All Upcoming Trainings
We offer on-site training at our classroom facility in Auburn, Maine and also host trainings throughout New England. Classes are taught by a group of active and retired law enforcement officers, investigators, and attorneys with significant street experience.
Criminal Investigations for New Detectives: Evidence and Collection Class
More information coming soon.
Law Enforcement Use of Deadly Force: Before and After
- Assist officers in understanding the threshold decision of the use of deadly force by reviewing relevant Constitutional concepts and State Laws.
- Assist officers in understanding the aftermath of a use of deadly force decision by reviewing the Attorney General’s investigative process and the potential criminal, civil, and administrative consequences of the use of deadly force.
- Learn lifesaving medical actions including hands-on training for hemorrhage control, tourniquet application, airway control techniques, and relevant indicators for shock
Conducting Pre-Employment Background Investigations
(Meets MLEAP Standard 3.16 Background Investigator Training)
This course will provide you with unique ideas on how to effectively market and recruit candidates for current openings. In addition, the knowledge and skills to conduct objective, thorough, and legally sustainable applicant background investigations reflective of the professional standards of your agency. The training will guide you through the relevant Federal and State Statutes and administrative regulations surrounding the selection and employment of personnel.
Search and Seizure Law for Cops
Police officers are routinely confronted with Fourth Amendment issues during citizen interactions. As guardians of a free society, officers must know, understand, and properly apply the Fourth’s foundational tenets. If they don’t, officers risk making evidence inadmissible, and incurring both personal and professional liability…
The Effective Writing of Search Warrants
This training is designed to assist officers in understanding and drafting search warrants. Although officers with all levels of experience may attend; this course is primarily intended for investigators and patrol officers new to writing search warrants, or those looking for a refresher.
Interview and Interrogations: Patrol to Investigations
This unique course offers Patrol Officers and new Investigators insight into what a person is saying and, most importantly, what they are not saying. Studies have found that while the majority of people do not lie, they instead choose to omit information…
Initial Response to Major Crimes and Homicides
The initial response to any major crime is essential for a successful outcome of that case. These responses typically require a careful and coordinated effort among different officers, detectives, and agencies. An inadequate response can mean valuable evidence and critical leads lost forever…
(Meets MLEAP 4.09 Performance Evaluation Training)
More information coming soon.
Vehicle Operation Liability Awareness
Vehicle operation is one of the most common yet dangerous things an officer does. Unfortunately, police liability resulting from vehicle operation is not uncommon. This class is an awareness training for officers and law enforcement agencies that is designed to increase their understanding of the liability and legal concerns arising out of and around vehicle use in police operation. This is an area where officers can help control their exposure to risk by better understanding the dangers.