A two day comprehensive evidence training class offered across the U.S. and taught by evidence professionals.
The IAPE Property and Evidence Management video Course is approximately 14 hours in length and is available for 30 days.
This course was developed for supervisors and or any potential supervisors of the property and evidence unit.
This 2-day course provides training for Law Enforcement Personnel responsible for, or actively involved in, the operation, supervision or management of a Property and Evidence Unit.
This is a great option for people who are looking to obtain evidence training but are unable to attend a live class due to time limitations and travel costs. There are two class options; a full course class and individual classes.
The Full online course class option is a great choice if you want much of the same training as the Live classes but without the travel and time away from the department. The IAPE Property and Evidence Management video Course is approximately 14 hours in length and was prepared by Law Enforcement Personnel for Law Enforcement personnel. Completion of the course meets the training requirements for becoming a Certified Property and Evidence Specialist (CPES).
This one-day Property and Evidence Management training class are tailored specifically for supervisors. However, the course was developed for anyone assuming the responsibility of the property and evidence unit. The focus is to help supervisors significantly improve and enhance their expertise and overall confidence in managing and maintaining both evidence room personnel and the overall success of their property units processes and procedures.
This One Day Evidence Management training class is tailored specifically for Clerks of the Court. This course was developed for those Clerks of the Court who supervise, manage, handle or store evidence. The focus is to provide evidence management education to enhance their expertise and overall success of their evidence handling; evidence room processes and procedures.
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