Winter Luncheon 2015
Law Enforcement Inspections and Audit Training Luncheon
February 27, 2015, Phoenix, AZ.
Sponsored by the Phoenix Police Sergeants and Lieutenants Association
Training Objectives/Description: 4 hours Arizona POST Continuing Training Credit
This training will provide you with inspections and audit related training to enhance your skills and improve your effectiveness while adding value to your position and your organization.
Training topics / presenters:*
- Social Media in Law Enforcement
81% of law enforcement professionals surveyed said they use social media sites on the job. 52%of the agencies surveyed lack procedures governing social media use. These issues and other challenges associated with social media will be discussed in this session.
Presenter: Detective Samuel Palmer, Phoenix PD
- Law Enforcement Interaction with Mentally Challenged Individuals
This is one of the more critical issues in law enforcement today, and is frequently an issue in DOJ investigations.
Presenter: Detective Nick Margiotta, Phoenix PD
- Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office
Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office response to Melendres decision, class action civil rights suit, & court oversight.
Presenter: Lt. Phil Fortner, Maricopa County SO
- Analysis of Officer Involved Shootings/UOF
Presenters will share their research into this proactive approach to this critical topic in law enforcement today.
Presenters: Lt. Mike Giammarino, Sgt. Darren Wunderle, Phoenix PD
These sessions are for Law Enforcement Professionals only (sworn and non-sworn)
* Responsible for business related-controls, administration, compliance, and quality assurance activities.
* Interested in inspections and auditing.
It is recommended that participants bring a laptop with an ac power cord and Adobe Reader software. The presentation material will be available via Internet WiFi Internet in the classroom, no presentation handouts will be provided.
Rocky Mountain Information Network facility (RMIN)
2001 W. Pinnacle Peak Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85085.
Great BBQ Lunch will be provided on site and is included in the registration fee.
Limited seating: you must register and pay to reserve your seat – early registration recommended – the last luncheon filled quickly.
QUESTIONS / CONCERNS:
Call: Dan Olson
Phone: (602) 510-8481
$5 discount for PPSLA members, NO PHX BLUE CARD MONEY FOR THIS EVENT
Arizona Agencies: Conference qualifies for 4 hours of AZPOST continuing training credit.
Class starts at 0900 hours on Friday September 13, 2013 and concludes at 1400 hours.