Detective and New Criminal Investigator
DATES: 3/25/2019 through 3/29/2019
INSTRUCTOR(S): Multiple Instructors
LOCATION: Bountiful Police Department - 805 S Main Street, Bountiful, UT 84010
HOTEL: Hampton Inn and Suites - Woods Cross, UT 801-296-1211
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COURSE REGISTRATION FEE: $495.00 Includes all training materials, and a Certificate of Completion.
Stephen Campbell began his Law Enforcement career with the Providence Rhode Island Police Department (with 500 sworn officers) in l982 and
retired at the rank of Major, Chief of Detectives, in 2008. During his 26 years he worked in numerous bureaus within the department including
the Detective Bureau, and developed and commanded the Domestic Violence Unit. He has investigated over 100 homicides and numerous suicides,
accidental and natural deaths.
As the Chief of Detectives he had oversight of all Major Crimes, Narcotics Bureau & Organized Crime, Crime Scene Investigation & evidence
collection, and Youth Services.
He has been an instructor with the Public Agency Training Council since 2008 and has conducted law enforcement training seminars in 34 states.
Steve is the Director of the Policy Committee for the Legal and Liability Risk Management Institute (LLRMI). LLRMI develops model policies and
procedures for law enforcement agencies and jails. He is a graduate of the Senior Management Institute for Policing at the Police Executive
Research Forum (PERF) at Boston University. He attended the Williams Homicide School, New York State Police. He holds a Bachelor of Science
Degree in Administration of Justice from Roger Williams University, Bristol RI and a Master of Science Degree in Administration of Justice from Salve Regina University, Newport RI.
BRIAN J. JARVIS is a police professional with thirty
years of experience in law enforcement and investigations, retiring in 2008 at the rank of Chief of Police. Prior
to being appointed as the Chief of Police for the Town of Chester in 1998, he served ten years working for
Municipalities in Orange County, New York, and ten years in the State of Florida, where he was employed as an
Investigative Sergeant in charge of Major Crime Investigations.
Chief Jarvis was responsible for the investigation and supervision of Major Crime Scenes which include, homicides,
sexual assaults, kidnappings, armed robberies, bank robberies, home invasions, carjackings, aircraft crashes, train
/ pedestrian fatalities, suicides, child abuse and neglect, and officer involved shootings involving death.
Chief Jarvis holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Information Systems from the University of Phoenix. He also
attended the Associates of Arts program in Criminal Justice at Central Florida Community College from 1987 - 1991.
He has also attended several courses on Major Crime Investigations, including Practical Homicide Investigation and
Sex Crime Investigations offered by the University of North Florida, and Basic and Advanced Computer Crime
Investigations offered by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement Organized Crime Institute.
In addition to serving as Chief of Police, Chief Jarvis has also been a member of the International Association of
Chief’s of Police (IACP), New York State Police Juvenile Officer’s Association, NYS Association of Chiefs’ of
Police, Past President of the Police Chiefs’ Association of Orange County, and a founding member of the Orange
County Law Enforcement Training Institute. He is also an active member in the International Law Enforcement
Educators and Trainers Association (ILEETA).
Chief Jarvis is a published author, having written a story for “American Blue”, Varro Press Publishing, Ed Nowicki
Editor (All proceeds benefit the National Law Enforcement Museum in Washington D.C.). He has also published several
law enforcement training manuals. Brian is a pilot and serves as a volunteer for Angel Flight Southeast.
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This course is composed to assist the newly appointed Detective [or Patrol Officer conducting investigations] in becoming familiar with the many aspects of a Criminal Investigation. It is designed to assist in providing a solid foundation of basic techniques from which Detectives can build upon as they progress through their careers. Policies and procedures differ from agency to agency and this presentation is a general overview, not to conflict with your department operating guidelines in criminal investigations.
BEGINNING THE CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION
The 10 Most Common Investigative Errors - Defining Crime – Evidence and Crime Scene Issues – Investigative Training Skills Required – The Investigator’s Responsibilities – The Preliminary Inquiry
THE CRIME SCENE
Fourth Amendment Considerations – Judicially Created Exceptions – Search Warrant Requirements – Crime Scene Search & Protection of Area – Thermal Injuries- Blood at the Scene- Dental- 3 Types of Track Evidence- The Importance of Documenting Weather- Blood at Crime Scenes- Hangings vs. Strangulations- Searches- Shaken Baby Syndrome
INJURY & DEATH INVESTIGATION
Overview – Motives for Murder – Classifications of Homicide – Evaluation of Information From The Autopsy – Time of Death Considerations – Wound Information and Evidence – Firearms – Blunt Force Trauma – Incisions – Stabbing – Offender Injuries from Self-Wounding – Suicide Investigations – Autoerotic Asphyxia & “The Choking Game”
The Basic Principles of Deviant Sexual Behavior – Paraphilias – Investigative Strategies for Officers to include; the 4 Types of Rapist, the 3 defenses a rapist will give you, the two “M.O.’s in a sex crime, the two parts of a confession with sex offenders and the three reasons “evidence” is taken from a rape scene
Strategies for a Successful Investigation:
Where Your Investigation Begins – Legal Issues Involving the Investigation –
Goals and Objectives of a Successful Investigation – The Importance of the Post-
Arrest Investigation – Case Management Strategies – Organization – Checklists -
Solvability Factors / Case Filtering – Studies Impacting Criminal Investigations –
Sources of Information – Knowing & Utilizing Available Resources – Conducting
Successful Line-ups – Analytical Tools and the Internet – UCR/NIBRS
Social Media Investigations:
Gathering evidence via social media - Your Legal Obligations - Search Warrants -
Preservation Requests - Emergency Disclosures
Importance of Digital Evidence – Types of Digital Evidence - Cell Phone
Evidence - Cell Towers - Metadata - Cell Providers and Their Requirements –
Legal Issues, Judicial Decisions – 4th Amendment Issues – The Search Warrant
Conducting Successful Interviews:
Introduction to Interviewing – Witness Reliability Issues – Witness Types – Best
Practices for Conducting Successful Interviews
Conducting Successful Suspect Interrogations:
Goals of the Interrogation – Legal Guidelines – 5th & 6th Amendment
Considerations – U. S. Supreme Court Decisions – Planning and Documenting
the Interrogation – Types of Suspect Interviews and Methods of Obtaining
Personal Identifiers – Financial Identifiers – Methods of obtaining personal
information – Best practices for reducing identity crime – Federal Trade
Commission and Secret Service Roles in ID Crimes
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