Internal Affairs Investigations Training Program (IAITP)Up one level
The Internal Affairs Investigations Training Program (IAITP) is a 36-hour program designed to acquaint investigators and law enforcement officers with relevant topical areas specifically associated with Internal Affairs Investigations.
The IAITP will include issues such as government workplace searches and electronic law and evidence. Students will be trained on advanced interviewing skills and the different types of warnings associated with an internal affairs investigation, i.e., Kalkines, Garrity and Weingarten. The course also offers a 3 hour block on Internet investigations and 2-3 interactive case study labs facilitated by instructors who have conducted internal affairs investigations. These labs will allow students to review several actual internal affairs investigations from case initiation to resolution and to discuss many of the unique issues that arise in these types of investigations. The IAITP also offers a 4-hour presentation by a subject matter expert on the “Defense Perspective” which focuses on building strong misconduct investigations from the perspective of the employee’s representative. Using this unique defense perspective approach, the presenter uses specific cases and examples to focus on the rules governing employee misconduct investigations, the role of the Merit System Protection Board (MSPB) in evaluating investigations, common mistakes made in investigations, and the impact of administrative errors on an MSPB Administrative Judge’s determination in disciplinary cases.
Prerequisites for Attendance
For acceptance into this program the applicant must meet all the following requirements:
- Must have graduated from a basic law enforcement training course;
- Be a full time Federal, State, County or Municipal employee whose primary or secondary duty includes conducting Internal Affairs Investigations;
- Must have knowledge of the 4th, 5th and 6th Amendments;
- Must have experience conducting interviews.
Questions regarding the prerequisites for this program should be directed to the Program Coordinator at 912-554-4645.
General Investigative Skills Branch
Investigative Operations Division
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center
Glynco, GA 31524
- G_IAITP 501 / Glynco, GA -- Jan 26, 2015 to Jan 30, 2015
- G_IAITP 502 / Glynco, GA -- Mar 30, 2015 to Apr 03, 2015
- G_IAITP 503 / Glynco, GA -- Jun 22, 2015 to Jun 26, 2015
- G_IAITP 504 / Glynco, GA -- Aug 31, 2015 to Sep 04, 2015