has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards
Board as (4) hours training, meeting the requirements of Public Training
Act 94-354 Mandatory Training for Police Chiefs and Deputy Chiefs.
of evidence and property is an essential function of law enforcement
in the investigation and disposition of criminal cases. In many instances
the appropriate handling of evidence has been instrumental in the charging
of suspects for crimes committed years earlier, due to such things as
scientific analysis advancement. This four hour course will provide
Chiefs, Deputy Chiefs and Command Staff with an overview of essential
consideration in maintaining evidence and property units. The curriculum
will also educate law enforcement executives on recent evidence rules
and court decisions in addition to discussing:
- Law enforcement’s
conversion from paper to computer management systems.
- A review
of the “Right of Refusal” on the part of the property section.
of the property room, including management of records throughout the
of evidence at the conclusion of court cases.
of current written policy and procedures.
This training will be conducted by Jim Herman, the current President
of the Illinois Association of Property and Evidence Managers, who has
an extensive nationwide background and experience in property and evidence
management, evidence technology and fire/arson investigations.
for this class must be received by SLEA 35 days prior to the start of
the program in order to avoid being billed!**
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