Internal Affairs Investigations

To register online click the calendar below.

To register via fax or mail, use the flyers below the calendar.

DateEventStart DateEnd DateLocationAddress
Internal Affairs - La Verne 11/3/201511/5/2015 La Verne Police Department 2061 Third Street La Verne, CA 91750
Internal Affairs - Simi Valley 1/5/20161/7/2016 Simi Valley Police Department 3901 Alamo Street Simi Valley, CA 93063
Internal Affairs - Vacaville 2/23/20162/25/2016 Vacaville Police Department - Emergency Operations Center 660 Merchant Street Vacaville, CA 95688
Internal Affairs - Porterville 4/26/20164/28/2016 Porterville Fire Department Training Center 500 North Newcomb Street Porterville, CA 93257
Internal Affairs - Sacramento 5/10/20165/12/2016 California Highway Patrol 601 N. 7th Street Sacramento, CA 95814
               Location                          Flyer                      Course Control Number           
La Verne Click Here  9100-32100-15-001
Simi Valley Click Here  9100-32100-15-002
Vacaville Click Here  9100-32100-15-003
Carlsbad Coming soon!  9100-32100-15-004
Porterville Click Here  9100-32100-15-005
Sacramento Click Here  9100-32100-15-006

Tuition: $220, 24 hours, POST Plan IV, 8 am - 5 pm

What you will learn:
Learn the differences between civil and criminal liability and acquire a strong working knowledge of the Peace Officer Procedural Bill of Rights Act. The course uses group involvement and provides examples of real-life scenarios to enhance the learning process. Participants are encouraged to bring a lap-top computer and their agency’s internal affairs investigation policy.  

Who should attend:
The class is designed for anyone who is currently assigned to or may be expected to conduct internal affairs investigations in the future. Officers and civilians who want to improve their internal investigative skills or are planning on promoting soon are also welcome to attend.



Deputy Chief David McGill, Newport Beach Police Department 

  Captain Davis Nighswonger, Orange County Sheriff’s Department
  Deborah Glenn, Retired Ontario Police Department