Public Safety Training and Consulting

This course is over!
Utilizing 911 cases which pinpoint various types of liability, this course analyzes liability issues, examines common elements of liability, looks at why people sue, examines the typical process of a lawsuit, develops measures for reducing 
and/or preventing liability, demonstrates courtroom testimony procedures and pitfalls, and considers “best practices” for dispatchers and dispatch supervisors.  

Attendees will benefit from two instructors who team teach this course; one is the director of a dispatch agency and the other is a police lieutenant who is also a licensed attorney in Michigan.

SNC approved with Module II (c) endorsement; MNA 201001A  
Location: Robin's Nest Banquet Center, 16181 Ten Mile Road, Battle Creek, MI

Date(s)ClassLocation
Jan 9–11, 2019Police Supervision (law enforcement) aka Achieving Supervisory Excellence (dispatch)Canton Public Safety, Canton, MI
Jan 17, 2019Active Shooter Incidents for DispatchIonia County Central Dispatch, 545 Apple Tree Drive, Ionia, MI
Jan 28–Feb 1, 2019Basic 40-Hour Dispatch SchoolWashtenaw Community College, Ann Arbor, MI
Feb 4–8, 2019Advanced 40-Hour Dispatch SchoolKalamazoo County Central Dispatch Authority, Kalamazoo, MI
Feb 8, 2019911 Dispatch LiabilityKalamazoo County Central Dispatch Authority, Kalamazoo, MI
Mar 4–6, 2019Advanced SupervisionCanton Public Safety, Canton, MI
Mar 18–20, 2019Corrections SupervisionCalhoun County Sheriff's Office, Marshall Regional Law Enforcement Center, Marshall, MI
Mar 27–28, 2019Critical Supervisory IssuesBig Rapids Department of Public Safety, Big Rapids, MI