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CID Seminar - Managing Criminal Investigations Course- Class 5

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Temple, Texas

Texas Police Chiefs Association Foundation
And the Temple Police Department presents

Managing Criminal Investigations
June 19 and 20, 2017 (16 Hours) 8:30am to 4:30 pm

TCOLE Eligible Course #3280

Temple Police Department
 209 E Ave A
Temple, TX 76501 

This course is designed for Chiefs and Supervisors and Managers of Criminal Investigation Units.  It is not a basic course in Criminal Investigations but rather a course on how to manage the Investigation function within your agency.  This course allows agencies to understand and manage the forces that impact your ability to solve crimes in your community.  The class addresses most of the contemporary issues that trouble Criminal Investigation Units including:

                Why do I need to "manage" the investigation process?
                What does research show is the best methods for solving crime and increasing clearances?
                How should our unit be organized? 
                Do we need to specialize in types of investigations?
                How many detectives do we need?
                Why do we need "Case Management?"
                What should Patrol be doing and what should CID be doing?
                What schools or what training programs are needed for detectives?
                Are we at risk with our investigation methods?
                How is Brady and the Michael Morton Act affecting criminal investigations?
                Should we be using solvability factors?
                Do we need a separate Narcotics Unit?
                Alternatives to serving high risk warrants.
                Using confidential informants.
                Specialized investigations like child abuse, child abductions, and managing major cases.

This class will prepare you to understand the options available for organizing the investigations function within your department to be most productive and to use your resources to the greatest extent.  Our citizens expect the police to solve their crime and our city governments expect us to do so with the least resources possible.  Walking that tightrope is always a challenge. 

Previous attendees have stated:
"Every part of this course was valuable."
"I found all the information useful."
"Excellent Course - 12 hours is not long enough."
"The Resources provides are great - especially the 'When I get Home' feature."

Cost is $195 per participant.  Register and pay on-line at www.texaspolicechiefs.org. Payment MUST be received two weeks prior to class date. There is a minimum of 25 to hold the class and maximum of 40.  All fees after expenses go to support the TPCA Foundation's Fallen Officer Fund.       

Participants will leave with a list of items which they can review and implement at home to improve the overall investigation process within your department.

Instructor is Chief Marlin Price (Ret.)  Chief Price has over 40 years in law enforcement and served as the Director of the Texas Law Enforcement Best Practices Program from 2006 to 2014.  During his early career in Dallas, he commanded the Homicide and Robbery Division for two years and commanded the entire Criminal Investigations Division for a total of seven years, in addition to supervising Property Crimes detectives at several patrol divisions.  As Chief of Police in Southlake, he was responsible for the total operations of the department including the Criminal Investigations functions.

-Class size is limited due to interactive nature of class. 

Lodging: Hilton Garden Inn
1749 Scott Blvd, Temple, TX 76504
254-773-0200

Candlewood Suites
1850 Scott Blvd, Temple, Tx 76504

254-773-8342

Local Contact: Cpl Christopher Miceli
254-298-5571/ cmiceli@templetx.gov

June 19th, 2017 8:30 AM   through   June 20th, 2017 4:30 PM
209 E AVENUE A
TEMPLE, TX 76501-4309
United States

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Class 5- CID - Temple $ 195.00