BENCHMARK PROFESSIONAL SEMINARS, INC

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BENCHMARK PROFESSIONAL SEMINARS, INC. Wilmington, Delaware (302) 654-9091 (Voice) * (302) 225-4165 (Fax) * haberbenchmark@aol.com (Email) * www.le-seminars.com (Website) SEMINARS SCHEDULED FOR PRESENTATION DURING OCTOBER AND DECEMBER, 2010 AT THE PUBLIC SAFETY EDUCATION AND TRAINING CENTER IN SYKESVILLE, MARYLAND..... SUPERVISING THE GENERAL CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS UNIT: A SEMINAR FOR NEW DETECTIVE UNIT SUPERVISORS October 28-29, 2010 A program designed specifically for law enforcement personnel newly assigned in the overseeing and supervision of their agency's general criminal investigation unit. The program fills the gap of providing information of a nature to assist such personnel who need to understand basic supervisory principles involved in the overseeing of their general criminal investigation unit. The program will explore various components of leadership, supervision, and managing daily operations. Topics include: (1) your new role from uniform to investigative supervisor and what is expected by your supervisors and subordinates; (2) case assignment and review; (3) follow-up case management; (4) leader and manager roles of the supervisor; (5) managing major case investigations; (6) how to measure investigative personnel field performance; (7) common pitfalls to avoid; and (8) monitoring squad members activities. INSTRUCTOR: Lt. Michael Crabbs, Office of Professional Standards, Harford County Sheriff’s Office, Bel Air, Maryland. ...

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BENCHMARK PROFESSIONAL SEMINARS, INC.
Wilmington, Delaware
(302) 654-9091 (Voice) * (302) 225-4165 (Fax) * haberbenchmark@aol.com (Email) * www.le-seminars.com
(Website)
SEMINARS SCHEDULED FOR PRESENTATION DURING OCTOBER AND
DECEMBER, 2010 AT THE PUBLIC SAFETY EDUCATION AND TRAINING CENTER
IN SYKESVILLE, MARYLAND.....
SUPERVISING THE GENERAL CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS UNIT: A SEMINAR FOR NEW
DETECTIVE UNIT SUPERVISORS
October 28-29, 2010
A program designed specifically for law enforcement personnel newly assigned in the overseeing and supervision of their agency's
general criminal investigation unit. The program fills the gap of providing information of a nature to assist such personnel who need to
understand basic supervisory principles involved in the overseeing of their general criminal investigation unit. The program will
explore various components of leadership, supervision, and managing daily operations. Topics include: (1) your new role from
uniform to investigative supervisor and what is expected by your supervisors and subordinates; (2) case assignment and review; (3)
follow-up case management; (4) leader and manager roles of the supervisor; (5) managing major case investigations; (6) how to
measure investigative personnel field performance; (7) common pitfalls to avoid; and (8) monitoring squad members activities.
INSTRUCTOR
: Lt. Michael Crabbs, Office of Professional Standards, Harford County Sheriff’s Office, Bel Air, Maryland.
INVESTIGATIVE REPORT WRITING
December 9-10, 2010
This program will provide training in the composing and writing investigative reports. It will provide a review of specifics which the
report should contain.. Topics include: (1) being able to identify the essential elements of an investigative report to include the Who,
What, When, Where, Why and How of an incident under investigation; (2) formatting an investigative report so that it reads in a clear,
coherent manner and is free from inconsistencies or contradictions; (3) recognizing the appropriate resources available to produce a
professional looking and readable report; (4) properly cross-referencing the investigative report to related statements by interested
parties and/or evidence; (5) self-editing reports prior to supervisory review; (6) supporting documents needed to clarify or amplify
individual points or statements presented in the investigative report.
INSTRUCTOR
: Captain Michael Miller, Ventnor City Police
Department, Ventnor, New Jersey.
MANAGING THE UNIFORMED PATROL UNIT
December 13-14, 2010
This two-day seminar will provide new patrol managers with guidelines on how to effectively manage the operations of their unit as
well as offer current up-dates for experienced patrol managers looking to fine tune their patrol management skills. Topics covered will
include: (1) basics of structuring a law enforcement agency; (2) general patrol operations; (3) operations functions vs. staff functions;
(4) patrol unit organization and management; (5) workload analysis; (6) span of management & delegation (authority/responsibility);
(7) patrol goals and objectives; (8) patrol methodology; (9) staffing and deployment; (10) importance of directed patrol; and. (11)
patrol function as related to traffic law enforcement.
INSTRUCTOR:
Captain Regis Bryant, Assistant Commander, Sixth District,
Metropolitan Police Department, Washington, DC
LOCATION/TIME
: Programs will be conducted at the Public Safety Education and Training Center, 6852 4th Street in Sykesville,
Maryland. Classes will be in session 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily.
FEE:
$295 per person, per program.
TEAM DISCOUNT RATE
Enroll two agency personnel at the standard $295 per person fee and the third person is enrolled at half-price ($147.50)
Enroll three agency personnel at the standard $295 per person fee and the fourth person is enrolled free of cost
APPROVAL BY MARYLAND POLICE AND CORRECTIONAL TRAINING COMMISSIONS:
These programs have been
submitted to the Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commissions for officer in-service credit. To determine the status of the
application, call Jacob Haber at (302) 654-9091.
REGISTRATION / CANCELLATION POLICY:
Complete the attached registration form and return it with your check or
purchase order no later than eight working days prior to the opening session of the program you plan to attend. Or, fax the registration
form along with your purchase order or purchase order number to (302) 225-4165. If you register by fax, be sure to call (302) 654-
9091 to confirm that we received your registration. Prior to registering, please link to www.le-seminars.com/00001.htm for complete
details on cancellation procedure
. MasterCard and VISA accepted for payment. Call Jacob Haber at (302) 654-9091 to register
by telephone using credit card.
OVERNIGHT ACCOMMODATIONS
: If you require overnight lodging, you should consider contacting Joanne Cunningham at the
Public Safety Education and Training Center. The Center provides accommodations for individuals attending programs at the facility.
Ms. Cunningham's telephone number is (410) 875-3402. The rate is $20 per evening single or double. When you call, be prepared to
advise Ms. Cunningham: (1) name of program you will be attending; (2) actual dates of the program; and (3) when you will arrive and
how many evenings you will require the accommodations.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION / ON-SITE SEMINARS
For more information about these seminars or to learn how your department might sponsor an on-site presentation, contact Jacob
Haber at (302) 654-9091
If you received this email notice in error or prefer no longer to be emailed announcements of forthcoming seminars, call toll-free, 1-
866-202-4350 and your email address will be immediately deleted.
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REGISTRATION FORM
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Return to:
Benchmark Professional Seminars, Inc.
P.O. Box 7086
Wilmington, Delaware 19803-7086
I (we) desire to enroll in the seminar or seminars checked below and
to be conducted at the Public Safety Education and Training
Center in Sykesville, Maryland.
(
)
10/28-29/10: Supervising the General CI Unit
$295 p/p
(
)
12/09-10/10: Investigative Report Writing
$295 p/p
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)
12/13-14/10: Managing the Uniformed Patrol Unit
$295 p/p
Enclosed is a personal check, agency check, or agency purchase order in the amount of $295 per person, per program. Make checks
and purchase orders payable to Benchmark Professional Seminars, Inc
.
MasterCard and VISA accepted for payment. Call Jacob
Haber at (302) 654-9091 to register by telephone using credit card.
Name___________________________________________________
Name___________________________________________________
Name___________________________________________________
Name _________________________________________________
Agency Address_________________________________________
City, State, Zip__________________________________________
Daytime Telephone No.____________________________________
Fax No._________________________________________________
Duplicate this form as necessary. Complete and return no later than eight working days prior to the opening session of the program
you plan to attend.
Or, fax the completed registration form with your purchase order or purchase order number to (302) 225-4165. If
you fax your registration, be sure to call us at (302) 654-9091 to confirm that we received your form.