Supervisor’s Role in Managing the Use of Force Incident

Event Date and Time: April 10, 2019 8:00 am

Class Description: An improperly managed use of incident can cost your department millions of dollars and cause long term damage to the department’s public image and reputation. This informative seminar provides criminal justice supervisors with the information necessary to effectively manage the use of force incident and prevent department liability.
Instructor: Howard Webb is the author of the comprehensive liability management treatise MANAGING THE USE OF INCIDENT for Officers, Supervisors, and Administrators. Howard is the former use of force expert for the State of Oregon and Montana. He is a nationally recognized criminal justice liability management expert and expert witness. As an expert on criminal justice liability and use of force, Howard has reviewed over a thousand use of force incidents and testified in defense of criminal justice officers over 300 times in state and federal courts and labor relations hearings. He is a contributing author who writes on use of force issues for POLICE magazine.

COST: $125

Register:

American Council on Criminal Justice Training, PO Box 7053, Helena MT 59604; (406)-241-6150

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Law Enforcement, Corrections, Parole & Probation, and Public Safety First-Line Supervisors & Mid-Managers

Attendees will receive a certificate of attendance for their training file, MN POST continuing education units & a copy of the books: Managing the Use of Force Incident & the 48 Tenets of Officer Survival.

*See full description in W. Central MN Training Consortium Flyer

 

Event Details

Start Date and Time: April 10, 2019 8:00 am
Location: 469 Main Street, Ottertail, MN, USA
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