Law enforcement officers communicate daily with other law enforcement personnel, victims, witnesses, suspects, friends and relatives. This course will cover gathering information, correctly identifying their audience, conducting a basic interview, root causes of miscommunication, the organization of information chronologically, the organization of information categorically, information documentation, taking a statement, report classifying, using grammar correctly in writing reports and completing the arrest/probable cause affidavit.
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