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Use of Force Investigations

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Tri County Tech (Cherokee Room)

6101 Nowata Rd

Bartlesville, OK 74006

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The course is an advanced training program for front-line supervisors, Investigators, Internal Affairs, and/or Command Staff.

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This 32-hour (4-day) course will prepare you to perform internal reviews of non-deadly and deadly force incidents in order to present a legally sound, unbiased analysis to determine reasonableness.

An officer-involved use of force incident could unjustly affect an agency’s credibility in the community. The Use of Force Investigations course is an advanced training program for front-line supervisors, Investigations Division, Internal Affairs, and/or Command Staff who are likely to perform internal reviews of non-deadly and deadly force incidents in order to present a legally sound, unbiased analysis to determine reasonableness.

The focus will be on use of force incidents that occur during initial officer/citizen contacts, in a jail facility, and in a prison/correctional setting. Emphasis will focus on the legal, operational, and administrative aspects of conducting a successful use of force investigation.

At the end of this course, students will be able to:

  • Identify the analysis process of an officer’s use of force as it pertains to the 4th Amendment
  • Identify the analysis process of a jailer’s use of force as it pertains to the 14th Amendment
  • Identify the analysis process of a correctional officer’s use of force as it pertains to the 8th Amendment
  • Understand the protocol needed to effectively investigate a use of force incident
  • Identify the “reasonableness” component of an officer-involved use of force
  • Identify State and Federal Statutes that apply to proper/improper force
  • Recognize issues with possible conflict between departmental policy and case law
  • Identify human behavior factors that may influence the force option chosen by an officer
  • Understand the limitations when analyzing certain evidentiary material as it pertains to the use of force investigation
  • Recognize the possible outcomes of a use of force investigation
  • Analyze an officer-involved use of force incident and determine the reasonableness of it

Instructor Bio

Glyn Corbitt began his career in 1991 with the Macon Police Department (Georgia). While employed with Macon PD, he served as a full-time Patrol/Field Training Officer. During his tenure, he was able to acquire General Instructor Certification and Specialized Instructor – Emergency Medical through Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training (GA POST).

In April of 2001, Glyn accepted the position of a full-time instructor with the Georgia Public Safety Training Center. He obtained Specialized Instructor – Defensive Tactics; Specialized Instructor – Driver Training; Specialized Certification as a Senior Training Instructor; and, a Career Development Certification – Supervisory Certificate; all from GA POST. Glyn’s duties at the time primarily included instructing veteran officers of use of force, specifically defensive tactics.

Outside of his initial duties, between the years of 2001 and 2004, Glyn was assigned the position of Scenario Coordinator with the Georgia Police Corps. Glyn designed and implemented a scenario program that provided realistic training in a controlled environment to better prepare new officers for duty. The scenarios conducted comprised a variety of law enforcement duties to include officer/citizen contacts, vehicle stops, criminal investigation, and the use of deadly and non-deadly force. The program Glyn designed became nationally recognized and was a template for all Police Corps states.

Glyn is a certified Force Science Analyst through the prestigious Force Science Institute and a certified Use of Force Instructor through the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers. Glyn holds numerous other certifications including defensive tactics instructor, emergency medical instructor, and is a Law Enforcement Fitness Specialist through the Copper Institute. This led to Glyn’s design, coordination, and implementation of the Use of Force Instructor Training program, the Use of Force Investigations program, and the Tactical Diffusion Strategies program.

Glyn has provided use-of-force analyses for agencies, attorneys, and prosecutors throughout the United States.

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Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Bartlesville

  • Address: 2107 SE Washington Blvd, Bartlesville, OK 74006
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  • Address: 4016 Price Rd, Bartlesville, OK 74006
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6101 Nowata Rd

Bartlesville, OK 74006

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