Internal Affairs Investigations
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DateEventStart DateEnd DateLocationAddress
Internal Affairs - Signal Hill 5/13/20145/15/2014 Signal Hill Police Department 2745 Walnut Avenue, Signal Hill 90755
Internal Affairs - Fairfield 6/10/20146/12/2014 Fairfield Art Koch Range & Trianing Facility 1717 Rex Clift Lane Fairfield, CA 94533
Internal Affairs Investigations
$220, 24 hours, Plan IV certified, 8 am - 5 pm
 

"Managers and supervisors are no longer being shielded when their subordinates commit misconduct, and in fact they are being held accountable when their actions or in-actions allow systemic misconduct to occur."
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Deputy Chief David McGill, Newport Beach Police Department

Beginning January 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015, all Plan IV reimbursement (travel, lodging, commuter lunch and per diem) will be suspended. Additional Questions, click here. https://www.post.ca.gov/bulletin-2013-14-projected-post-budget-deficit.aspx

This course offers the law enforcement professional the necessary skills to perform an effective, thorough and defensible internal affairs investigation.  Participants gain an understanding of the issues and role a supervisor plays in the disciplinary process along with the importance of positive discipline. 

Who Should Attend:
The primary targeted students would be current supervisors who have been recently assigned to IA, will be assigned to IA soon, or are general field supervisors who have not had any IA training and are expected to conduct IA investigations. We have also had officers and civilians who want to improve their internal investigative skills, or are planning on promoting soon to enhance their skill level.

What you will learn:
The students learn the differences between civil and criminal liability and acquire a strong working knowledge of the Peace Officer Procedural Bill of Rights Act.  The foundation of this course is built around the principles of adult-learning.  The course facilitators use student-based learning, appropriate learning activities, group involvement and provide 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.  

Instructors:

Deputy Chief David McGill, Newport Beach Police Department
Captain Davis Nighswonger, Orange County Sheriff’s Department
Sergeant Andrew Birozy, Tustin Police Department
Deborah Glenn, Retired Ontario Police Department

Location  Flyers Course Control Number  Wait List? 
 Walnut Creek PDF Flyer  9100-32100-13-001   
Ontario PDF Flyer  9100-32100-13-002
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 Simi Valley PDF Flyer 
 9100-32100-13-003  
 Signal Hill  PDF Flyer   9100-32100-13-004  


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