This three-hour course discusses significant pieces of legislation passed after July 1, 2017, that affect police operations and investigations—specifically changes and updates to the Pennsylvania Crimes Code, Vehicle Code, and Rules of Criminal Procedure.
The training program also addresses pertinent court decisions from the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Superior and Supreme Courts, the United States Supreme Court, and other federal courts, and explains legal issues directly impacting police procedures
and the case preparation process.
A three-hour course to recognize general guidelines performed prior to, and during, the unknown risk vehicle stop. The goal of this course is that officers will learn to consistently perform unknown risk vehicle stops in a manner which enhances their
safety through using and understanding procedural best practices and communication skills to mitigate an ambush/attack in and around a patrol vehicle.
A three-hour course intended to develop police officers interviewing skills by recognizing when and how to apply advanced interviewing techniques when initially interacting with victims, witnesses, and suspects. Furthermore, this training focuses on the
patrol officer who takes interviewing seriously by practicing good communication skills, along with acknowledging and embodying the characteristics that produce an effective interviewer.
A three-hour course to address a study of how technology has changed over the past decade with a focus on what types of technology are most frequently used in criminal enterprise and how to investigate them accordingly. Information will be presented on
including what electronic evidence and/or investigative information is available, how to collect it, and how to get it processed.