Constitutional Issues for Law Enforcement Supervisors Course

Nov 28, 2022 - Nov 29, 2022

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Cranston, RI Police Department

Location: Cranston, RI Police Department
493 Phenix Ave. – Cranston, RI 02920
November 28-29, 2022

Detail Information

Cost: $355 per student


This two-day law enforcement training course will be conducted by Sgt. Shaun Santos of the Lowell, Massachusetts Police Department. Sgt. Santos is a longtime narcotics detective, with over 25 years of experience. Sgt. Santos is presently assigned to the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Financial Investigations Team (FIT), a unit dedicated to conducting anti-money laundering investigations into transnational criminal organizations. Sgt. Santos is an attorney and veteran instructor.


Course Highlights:


  • Exposure to a rigorous federal constitutional law update
  • Most recent US Supreme Court decisions which impact law enforcement operations Foundation and understanding of a supervisor’s (and their respective agency’s) 42 USC s. 1983’s liabilities
  • Exposure to agency liability issues regarding customs, practices, rules, ordinances, the failure to adequately train, supervise, and/or discipline
  • Real-world examples of recent law enforcement incidents and their impact on the officer, their agency, and the municipality in terms of monetary settlements and adverse publicity

To register for this class, visit GS-PCC.com


For cancellation and refund information, refer to the GSPCC policy on the course submission page

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