Internal Affairs Investigations – Gilroy

April 16 - 18, 2018   |   Gilroy, CA


This class has available seating.   Please click the register now button to register.


Location

Gilroy Police Department
7301 Hanna Street
Gilroy, CA 95020

Class Hours

8:00am – 5:00pm

Course Control Number

POST Plan IV, Course Control Number 9100-32100-17-003

Course Description

The class is designed for anyone who is currently assigned to or may be expected to conduct internal affairs investigations in the future. Officers and civilians who want to improve their internal investigative skills or are planning on promoting soon are also welcome to attend.

InstructorS:

Dave Nighswonger Dave Nighswonger
Dave Nighswonger is a retired Commander with the Orange County Sheriff’s Department. His 30 years of service included a variety of operational and support assignments as a supervisor, manager, and executive. Dave served as the Commander of the Professional Services Command and Captain of the Professional Services Division where he developed many years of expertise in the areas of personnel management, Internal Affairs investigation, human resources, accountability and risk management systems. He is passionate about the role of progressive management in addressing the challenges facing modern law enforcement and has devoted his post-retirement career teaching for various institutions to include Union Institute and University, the California Peace Officers Association, the Orange County Regional Training Facility, Goldenwest College, PMW & Associates, and the Ben Clark Training Center. He holds P.O.S.T Basic, Intermediate, Supervisory, and Management certificates along with a Bachelor’s Degree from Cal State Long Beach and a Master’s Degree from American Military University. Dave is happily married and has six children.

dennis-vrooman-new Dennis Vrooman
Dennis Vrooman is the Support Division Captain with the Murrieta Police Department. He has over 28 years of law enforcement experience, with over 25 years as a sworn officer. Dennis began his career with the Downey Police Department in 1985 and has served at Murrieta PD for 21 years.
He has served in several different roles and assignments within his current organization including Patrol, Field Training Officer, Detective, Narcotics Task Force Officer and Corporal; As a Sergeant he was assigned to Patrol, Administration and the department’s Special Enforcement Team. During his tenure as Lieutenant he was assigned to Patrol and Detectives.
Dennis was the Police Association President for over 9 years and is currently the President of the Police Management Association. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Studies from Regents College and a Master’s degree in Organizational Leadership from Azusa Pacific University. He is a graduate of the Sherman Block Supervisory Leadership Institute (SLI) Class #187 and the FBI National Academy, Session #242.
Dennis is also an Adjunct Faculty at Riverside Community College and has taught several law enforcement classes for the past 14 years. He has been an Advisory Board Member for Safe Alternatives for Everyone (SAFE) since 2005 and has been a board member for the Family Justice Center since 2011.

   Debbie Glenn
Deborah Glenn is a retired lieutenant from the Ontario Police Department. Her 24 years of service included a variety of assignments in both the Operational and Support Divisions. Debbie worked many assignments while working her way through the ranks including K9, Asset Forfeiture, Narcotics, Internal affairs and Area Commander.   Debbie has devoted many years to developing an expertise in the field of Internal Affairs. While assigned to the Internal Affairs Division one of her cases went all the way to the United States Supreme Court with a successful ruling in favor of the City.
Since retirement she continues to teach Law Enforcement courses to both the Basic Academy at Golden West College and Advanced Officers at the Ben Clark Training Center, she prides herself in continuing to teach Internal Affairs throughout California for California Police Officers Association and she is the Coordinator for the P.O.S.T. Basic Supervisory Course at the Criminal Justice Training Center in Huntington Beach.
Debbie holds P.O.S.T.  Basic, Intermediate, Supervisory and Management Certificate as well as a Bachelor’s Degree from Cal State Long Beach.
Debbie is married and has 3 children and a granddaughter; they recently built their dream home on 5 acres in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.

 

Who Should Attend:

The class is designed for anyone who is currently assigned to or may be expected to conduct internal affairs investigations in the future. Officers and civilians who want to improve their internal investigative skills or are planning on promoting soon are also welcome to attend.

Fees and Registration: $220.00

This class has available seating. Please click the Register Now link at the top of this page.

The easiest way to register a group of individuals is using our online system. To choose group registration, click the registration link at the top of this page. Login to our system or create an account. Then, on the registration page, click the second blue button indicating group registration for your agency. On the following screen, click the green button that says “Register an Attendee” and search for attendees you wish to register. Follow the prompts to complete the registration process.

Cancellation Policy:

All cancellations and refund requests must be made in writing. All cancellations are subject to a $15 administrative fee.
There will be no refund for cancellations received 15 days or less prior to the start date of the course. Refunds will not be given for no-shows.

Substitution Policy:

CPOA encourages you to make a substitution if a student cannot attend the course; substitutions will be accepted prior to the course in writing and on-site.

*Registration Policy:

CPOA will not register anyone for a class unless payment has been received in full. If you are not able to provide payment with registration you may provide a credit card to hold the seat. However, all students must be paid in full 10 days prior to the class. If payment is not received and a card has been given to hold the seat, it will be charged.