Law enforcement officials, officers, and investigators are in the public eye more than any other profession. They talk to more people and they interact with people. Each law enforcement agency promulagate their mission and vision statements. There is a Code of Ethics in which the community believes their law enforcement agency and their personnel should adhere to at all times.
Being assigned to the Special Assault Unit (SAU) brings much responsibility with it. If the investigator has little integrity then those who work with him/her will take his work as shoddy and unacceptable. The citizens of the community will begin to complain and ask that he/she be removed from this specialized assignment.
However, if law enforcement investigators would educate and train themselves in understanding the law enforcement ethics, then the integrity of the investigator, SAU, and the agencies integrity and respect will be enhanced. Integrity is a vital aspect of how others in the criminal justice system sees an investigator. People not only profile they have expectations that wearing the "law enforcement uniform" requires that they always, under any and all circumstances be above reproach.
This one-hour webinar discusses the roles and responsibilities of a law enforcement official, officer, and investigator. The topics of the webinar will be vast, but intimately detailed with information that will assist the investigator in becoming an integras law enforcement investigator.
The ethical foundations begin with this webinar and will continue through-out each and every investigation. The investigators conduct and professionalism are two aspects of ethics that all investigators must be cognizant of. The sensitive nature of being assigned to SAU requires the investigator to always educate and train themselves to understand just how important being a qualified, intelligent, and competent investigator is.
There are more than 50 "Investigative Insights" that the participant will walk away with. These insights are investigative tips which will support the investigator's education in what to consider at throughout the investigative process. Further, the powerpoint will be provided to all participants in a pdf format.
All webinars costs $49.00 (plus Eventbrite's fee).
Event Dates: 26-March-2014 to 26-March-2014
Register for class by: 03/26/2014
Event Type: Webinar
Contact Phone: 877-364-5797