Advanced Use of Force and Officer Liability Law
Thu, April 9, 2020
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM EDT
This is an advanced full day (8-hour) course using case studies to explain the history and development of the legal aspects of the use of force including current trends. This course is designed for experienced law enforcement officers who already possess a significant background knowledge on the legal aspects of the use of force.
- The historical development of the law regarding use of force by law enforcement officers
- The significance of key cases, including Tennessee v. Garner and Graham v. Connor
- Case studies providing examples permissible v impermissible use of non-lethal force
- Case studies regarding the legal aspects of the use of “intermediate force”
- Case studies demonstrating the development of the legal aspects of “deadly force “
- The emerging trends regarding the “reasonable officer” standard
- The role of use of force policy
- Civil liability cases under 42 U.S.C. 1983
- Civil Liability under state tort law
- Criminal Liability under Federal law
- Criminal Liability under state law
REGISTRATION IS STRICTLY LIMITED TO 50 SEATS!
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