Best Practices in Law Enforcement Investigation
Plano, Texas, USA
The Center for American and International Law
5201 Democracy Drive
Plano, Texas 75024
Staff Assistant: +1.972.244.3413
Designed with the help of law enforcement professionals, this program focuses on causes of wrongful criminal convictions that can be impacted by law enforcement officers. Among possible topics: Brady issues, forensic issues, tunnel vision, interrogations and eyewitness identifications. TCOLE Credit will be available pending approval.
This program is funded by a grant from the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals. Thanks to this grant, the program is offered tuition-FREE this year to most attendees.
Who Should Attend?
Attendance is limited to Law Enforcement Professionals.
Topics and Presenters
More information to come. Anticipated times for the program’s start/recess:
Tuesday, August 22
8:00 a.m.– 4:00 p.m. Registrant Sign-in, followed by Lectures
4:00 p.m. Adjourn
Lunch will be provided.
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