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Burglary/Robbery Investigations  

This course will provide you with insight into the latest trends of property crimes to include larceny, auto theft, and burglary. It will also give you a well-rounded understanding of the various types of person crimes such as battery, aggravated assault and robbery.

You will learn how burglars approach their crimes, how they learn their trade and the techniques and tools used by today’s offenders. When it comes to persons crimes, we’ll show you methods for investigating each type and explain how to apply available resources and manage the legal system in order to bring cases to a successful conclusion.

We will present techniques that can help you locate valuable evidence and determine how the crime occurred. You will learn how to identify and gather physical evidence, conduct effective victim/witness interviews, and use subpoenas and search warrants during the course of your investigation. We will also discuss strategies for operational plans, stakeouts, the use of media to solve cases, and the use of informants to help you stop the crimes before they occur.

Topics include:
•  Property crime types
     - Larceny (theft)
     - Auto theft
     - Burglary
•  Person crime types
     - Assault/Battery
     - Robbery
     - Rape (sexual battery)
•  Solvability factors and investigative steps
     - Solvability factors
     - Case staus/disposition
     - Investigative procedure/technique
•  Responding to the initial scene
     - Victim/Witness trauma and how to deal with it
     - Victim/Witness/Offender profiling
     - Your leadership role as a detective
     - Crime scene purview
•  Resources and applications
     - Intelligence gathering
     - ViCap/AFIS
     - Background databases
     - Media to solve cases
•  Legal issues
     - 4th, 5th, & 6th Amendments
     - Subpoenas/Warrants
     - Operational plan
•  Interrogation tactics
     - Statement analysis/Truth verification
     - Non-verbal indicators
     - Soliciting a statement
•  Case management
     - Department of Justice UCR
     - National trends
     - “Stats” and what they mean to you

Audience:   Patrol officers, new and seasoned detectives, crime scene personnel

Course length:  24 hours

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Burglary/Robbery Investigations
    3/27/2017 - 3/29/2017 Altamonte Springs Florida    
Class times:  8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Fee: $595.00
Class will be held at:  Altamonte Springs Police Department
Training Room,  225 Newburyport Avenue Altamonte Springs, FL 32701
 

Burglary/Robbery Investigations
    9/25/2017 - 9/27/2017 Altamonte Springs Florida    
Class times:  8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Fee: $595.00
Class will be held at:  Altamonte Springs Police Department
Training Room,  225 Newburyport Avenue Altamonte Springs, FL 32701