Investigation of Officer Involved Shootings

Date & Time: Nov. 25, 2019
Location: The Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science at the University of New Haven
Instructor: Captain James Albrecht (Ret.)
Tuition: $125.00

One Day Lecture

Investigation of officer involved shootings presents significant challenges to the officers involved, the investigation team, police department management, the District Attorney, the city, the media, and the public.  Captain James Albrecht (Ret.) has participated in and supervised these types of investigations.  He will present a one day lecture and workshop that will address these issues and more.  The workshop will cover the inception of the investigation through department investigation, relations with the DA, and the officer post trauma.

POSTC re-training credits will be sought for police officers attending.


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