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California Special Onsite Event

Murrieta Police Department

January 10-11, 2024 8am-3pm

Michigan Special Onsite Event

Green Oak Charter Township Police Department

January 22-23, 2024 8am-4pm

TRAINING

Records Management

Public records and compliance

Crime reporting and NIBRS

Leadership & Staffing

On-demand Training

RECORDS MANAGEMENT

Managing Police Records (State-specific)

Learn how long records must be kept, in what format, when they can be destroyed, and what the legal requirements are for releasing records. 1-day.

Intro to Law Enforcement Records Mgmt.

New to records? This course is for you. Learn what you need to know about managing records in policing. 1-day.

Going Paperless: Why and How

Learn how to transition from time consuming, paper-driven operations to electronic forms, records, files, workflows, and business process. Learn what state and federal law allows for digital records. 3-hours.

CAD/RMS Procurement and Project Management

This advanced, executive-level course provides the knowledge needed to draft an RFP, select a vendor, and manage the project. 1-day.

Eliminating Risk and Liability in Records

Records management is an increasing area of risk and liability and…lawsuits. Learn how to prevent litigation, achieve compliance, and better performance. 1-day.

PUBLIC RECORDS AND COMPLIANCE

police record redaction services

Intro to Sealing and Expunging Records (State-specific)

A 2.5 hour course where you will learn the legal requirements, process, and best-practices for these court orders.

Records as Evidence: Management, Retention, and Disposition (State-specific)

Is it a record or evidence? How long does it have to be kept? Resolve the confusion between records, evidence, and digital evidence, and get clarity on managing evidence-related records. 1-day.

Criminal Law for Records Personnel (State-specific)

Get the legal training your Records personnel need to correctly decipher the events described in your agency’s police reports and reconcile state law with NIBRS offenses. 1-day.

Florida Sunshine Law for Law Enforcement

Learn what should or should not be released to the public according to Florida law and corresponding legal opinions. Note, see Redacting Records course for other states. 1-day.

California Public Records Act

A one day in-depth course covering the California Public Records Act and how to respond to subpoenas. Note, see Redacting Records course for other states.

Redacting Records: What can and cannot be released (State-specific)

Learn how to identify and redact information in police records including reports, audio, video, juvenile, and traffic records. 2-hours.

NEW COURSE! Releasing and Redacting Law Enforcement Records (State-specific)

An expanded version of our redacting records course, learn how to identify and redact information from police reports, audio, video, juvenile, traffic records, personnel records, and administrative records following state law. 4 hours.

CRIME REPORTING AND NIBRS

Crime Stats & NIBRS for the Police Executive

Learn what you need to know to understand, explain, review, and report your crime statistics correctly. 1-day.

Writing Reports NIBRS Style

Compliance with NIBRS requires a new approach to report writing. Learn the nuances of writing reports according to this standard. 1-day.

Transitioning To NIBRS: What You Need To Know

Learn a 4-step plan for transitioning to NIBRS successfully. 2-hours.
Investigators Working

Hate Crimes: Reporting NIBRS Bias-Based Offenses

This 4-hour course will include guidance in the requirements for investigating and reporting bias-based offenses to NIBRS.
Investigators Working

Case Management

Learn what case management really is and how it affects your NIBRS data, clearance rates, records retention periods, and the procedures needed to keep case status and dispositions correct throughout the course of an investigation and prosecution. 3-hours.
Investigators Working

Criminal Law vs. NIBRS: Accurate Coding of Offense Reports

Learn how criminal law definitions of crimes differ from NIBRS offense definitions, and how to ensure offenses are coded correctly.

Police on Scene

Report Writing 102: What the Academy Doesn't Teach

Every report must contain the information needed to correctly document a crime, aid detectives in follow-up investigations, ensure conviction, and lessen the burden placed on reviewing supervisors and records personnel in the review and correction of reports. 1-day.

Reviewing & Approving Reports: Who Should Do It and How

To this day, many police agencies have an outdated and risky approach to reviewing and correcting reports. Doing it incorrectly leads to production of misinformation, different versions of reports, and risk of litigation. Misconceptions regarding the role records personnel and police supervisors play in the report review process are prevalent. Learn how to review reports, correct errors, and document changes to reports correctly. 1-day.

NEW COURSE! LEOKA and Cargo Theft - Specialized NIBRS

With cargo theft on the rise each year, proper reporting is critical.  This training is intended to assist law enforcement agencies in reporting incidents of cargo theft to the NIBRS program. It addresses, the types of offenses that constitute a Cargo Theft incident, how to identify cargo theft, and guidelines for reporting cargo theft. 2-hours.

LEADERSHIP, STAFFING, AND MANAGEMENT

Staffing Analysis: Calculating How Many Personnel You Need In Records

Learn how to calculate how many personnel are required in your records unit. 2-hours.

Leadership in Police Records

Building a successful records unit begins with leadership. This course focuses on the mindset and skills required to successfully lead and work as part of a records team. 1-day.
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Course Catalog

While you’re here, you might as well download the full course catalog for future reference. It lists all courses and dates, and is great for budget planning.

Actual Course Comments

“I have attended many seminars and training classes over the last 20 years in law enforcement; I have to say with certainty, yours was simply amazing. You are very informed about the topic you teach. VERY informed.”
Pleasant Hill PD
“Compared to other records seminars, this blows them out of the water!! Not the same dry instruction, but actual real world conditions. The ideas for improving ‘systems’ and ‘people’ were sound and logical. Fantastic!”
“Records management seminar is a must for anyone who deals with records–very informative class, extremely knowledgeable instructor. Send your employees–it’s worth every penny.”
Sunrise Police Dept.
“This class exceeded my expectations! We have already scheduled future training with PRI Management Group. We are looking forward to the next class.”
“I attended the Crime Stats and UCR for the Police Executive seminar. As with the others, the class was very informative. Thanks for another great class!”
Ft. Lauderdale Police Dept.
“The seminar was outstanding, I hope to make some changes here in my department with some of what I have taken away from this class.”
“I have attended other records management seminars in the past and this one was far above any of the others. Thanks for a great class.”
Avon Park Police Dept.
“I really enjoyed the way every portion was explained. It wasn’t overwhelming, but it put into perspective the importance of running a good police records unit.”
“Very personable and extremely knowledgeable about the police business. The stories are entertaining and have meaning to the topic at hand. Great incorporation of videos and images to liven up the lecture.”
“We thoroughly enjoyed the style and presentation of this class. It was easy to understand and the instructor made the class entertaining. Never a dull moment.”
“No suggestions. really enjoyed the class. We will be taking the UCR class in March and are very excited to get everything started for our own records unit.”

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