PSN Training and Technical Assistance Bulletin – October 2020
Included in this issue:
TRAINING on Gangs and Guns
Several districts have recently requested the "Gangs and Guns: Making Your Firearms Case More Prosecutable" training. This training is facilitated by Subject Matter Experts Stephen Barborini and James Grindey, and familiarizes both new and seasoned law enforcement patrol officers, investigators, prosecutors, and supervisors with techniques to make "solid" firearms cases. Segments of this training are currently available virtually.
ASSESSMENT on Detective Function
SMEs Tom Woodmansee and Garrett Zimmon are conducting a virtual Detective Function Assessment for a sheriff's office in a PSN district. The goal of the assessment is to review and assess the criminal case management and detective functions for the sheriff's office. This assessment has been particularly popular within PSN districts.
WORKSHOP on Developing Prolific Offender Lists and Strategies
SMEs Tom Woodmansee, Dr. Scott Decker, and Dr. Bryanna Fox, will be conducting a virtual workshop on prolific offender lists for law enforcement agencies in a PSN district this month. The 90-minute workshop will be an interactive virtual discussion surrounding best practices and lessons learned from violent crime reduction strategies utilizing offender lists.