Officer Involved Shooting – Supervisor/Management Responsibility – Fontana
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Heritage Community Center
7350 West Liberty Parkway
Fontana, CA 92336
8:00am – 5:00pm
Course Control Number
9100-10780-17-003, Plan III
What you will learn:
Current Public Perceptions
Risk Management Issues
Controlling the Flow of Information
Managing Media at the Scene
The expanded investigative session covers all aspects of a use of force investigation to include controversial issues such as whether or not to allow the involved officer(s) to view video, and voluntary vs. compelled statements. Primary focuses include:
Duties of the on-scene supervisor
Duties of the lead investigator
Pre/post education and training for your department
Psychological & Physiological Effects
John H. Bakhit is a Senior Associate with Mastagni Holstedt, APC and is the Managing Attorney of the firm’s Ontario Office. John specializes in labor and employment law representation and handles complex claims arising out of the Public Safety Officers Procedural Bill of Rights Act, the Firefighters Procedural Bill of Rights Act, the California Labor Code, the Meyers-Milias-Brown Act, the Higher Education Employer-Employee Relations Act, and other statutes protecting the rights of employees. John also regularly negotiates complex employment contracts with City, County, and State Agencies. John has been representing Public Safety members for over a decade and has extensive experience representing them in high profile Officer Involved Shootings, critical incidents, criminal investigations, and disciplinary investigations. He frequently instructs courses on Officer Involved Shootings (“OIS”) Investigations, Critical Incident Investigations, the Public Safety Officers Procedural Bill of Rights, the Firefighters Procedural Bill of Rights, labor relations issues, and other employment related issues. Prior to becoming an attorney, John was a police officer with the Oakland Police Department, working in Patrol and the Crime Prevention Unit. While assigned to the Crime Prevention Unit, he regularly wrote and served search warrants, worked undercover, and testified as an expert witness in court. John also completed an internship with the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office, where he was assigned to the Gang Unit.
Deb Silveria Ph.D. is both a licensed psychologist and marriage and family therapist. She obtained her Ph.D. from the University of Southern California in 1993. She has a private practice in Costa Mesa, with a focus in trauma and grief counseling. She is an EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) Trainer for the EMDR Trauma Recovery Network. She is a member of the Counseling Team International, an EAP that has over 100 contracts for counseling, employment testing, training, and CISM (Critical Incident Stress Management) with Law Enforcement, District Attorney’s Ofﬁces, Federal Air Marshals, Border Patrol, and Fire Departments, at the federal, state, and local levels.
Tony Turnbull is a 23-year veteran in law enforcement. Tony spent the first 8 years of his career as a Probation Officer at the Sacramento County Probation Department with 5 of those years assigned to the Gang Suppression Unit. Tony graduated from the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Academy in 2002. He has held assignments as the Gang/Intel officer in corrections, a patrol deputy and a Problem Oriented Police officer. During this time, he was a team member of the Critical Incident Negotiations Team. Tony spent two years as a Narcotics detective before transferring to the Sheriff’s Homicide Bureau where he worked for 8 years. In 2015, Tony was promoted to Sergeant and worked in the Media Bureau as the Sheriff’s Spokesman for two years. He is currently a patrol supervisor in the city of Rancho Cordova. Tony has taught courses in Gang Awareness, Media Relations, and Homicide Investigations.
Bruce Praet spent ten years as a police officer in Orange County working patrol, detectives and K9. After finishing law school, Bruce started as Assistant General Counsel at the Los Angeles Police Protective League. In 1987, he was a founding partner in the Orange County law firm of Ferguson, Praet & Sherman where he continues to specialize in defending officer involved shootings, K9 liability, pursuits and use of force cases for agencies and officers across the state in federal court. In 1998, Bruce and Gordon Graham founded Lexipol which continues to provide state-of-the-art customized policies for over 90% of law enforcement in California and more than 3000 agencies across the nation. Bruce also continues to serve on various POST committees and teach POST courses in K9 liability, Officer Involved Shootings, Internal Affairs and Executive Development.
Who Should Attend:
Fees and Registration: $226.00
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