Legal Update/Liability Considerations for Public Safety Communications Personnel
Monday, September 30, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (PDT)
HOSTED BY THE MONROVIA POLICE DEPT.
Parking is south of the library on Lime and across from the police department one block. Enter the classroom though the doors just right of the main doors.
Legal Update/Liability Considerations For Public Safety Communications Personnel
This course is designed to familiarize the student with basic legal issues and relevant changes to statutory and/or case law which directly or potentially impact public safety communications operations. Within a learner-centered, interactive classroom environment, the course provides the public safety dispatcher with an opportunity to discuss actions which have affected some day-to-day public safety communications operations. The course will also address liability related issues such as standards in training, mandates specific to public safety dispatchers, dispatcher liability and analysis of specific vulnerability areas in the communications center such as the management of confidential and/or protected information.
POST Plan IV
POST Course Control #1107-30959-13002
Instructor: Melissa Hernandez, San Diego County Sheriff's Department
For additional information or questions, contact Melissa Hernandez at email@example.com, or by calling 619.342.7344
Prerequisite: Must be currently employed by a public safety agency
Classes presented by the San Diego Association of Public Safety Dispatchers are certified by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training and meet the continuing professional training requirements for California public safety dispatchers.
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San Diego Association of Public Safety Dispatchers
|The San Diego Association of Public Safety Dispatchers (APSD) develops and presents training courses for public safety dispatchers.|
|Classes presented by APSD are certified by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training and meet the continuing professional training requirements for California public safety dispatchers.|
|APSD works in conjunction with existing law enforcement, fire/EMS associations and resources to bring the needs and concerns specific to communications to the forefront. APSD is an independent, non-profit association made up of fire and law enforcement communications center managers, supervisors, phone and radio dispatchers in San Diego County.|
| APSD is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
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