This one day course will provide participants with the latest statutes and court opinions affecting law enforcement personnel in Michigan. The course materials emphasize statutes and case law that are most relevant to police officers and police supervisors in Michigan, and includes state statutes, federal statutes, Michigan Court of Appeals, Michigan Supreme Court, Federal 6th Circuit cases, and United States Supreme Court Opinions.
In addition to providing the most current statutory revisions and court opinions, this course also provides a review of some of the most important legal topics, providing a valuable refresher that even the most experienced personnel will benefit from.
This course is designed for patrol officers, patrol supervisors, and police personnel of all rank and assignments (police officers, detectives, narcotics/surveillance, K9, command, and chiefs/directors).
Interested in hosting a class? Contact us at email@example.com for details and let us bring a course to you.
Instructor: The course is provided by the law firm of Keith A Wuotinen, PLC. Attorney Keith A Wuotinen has been admitted to the Michigan Bar since 2001 and has also been in law enforcement for over 18 years, where he is currently a lieutenant at his respective agency. His dual careers of law enforcement and attorney makes him uniquely qualified to present a legal update course in a manner that is most understandable and beneficial to police personnel of all rank and assignment. He is also admitted to the Eastern District of Michigan and the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Enrollment: Enrollment is easy! You may enroll for this course by:
1) sending your information to firstname.lastname@example.org
2) or by clicking on the information section below (please be sure to note the course title you are enrolling for and the date).
3) You may also register and pay for the course by clicking the link above right (no pay pal account required-- just a credit card), [for individual participants that are not agency sponsored, please submit advance payment by check or pay online with the link above via credit card, or at the door with check/credit card]
4) or you can also download a registration flyer and form from the links above and register by mail.
No advance payment is required- just complete the enrollment in one of the formats described and we will bill your agency after the course.
Participants will receive a course booklet that is suitable to carry on patrol or have handy in the office for future reference.
Cost: $99.00. The course is MCOLES registered/approved for use of 302 funds.
You do not need to pay in advance (we will invoice your agency after the course. However, if you do wish to pay in advance with credit card or PayPal, there is a link at the bottom of this page).
Space is limited- please enroll early.
Time: Course begins at 0800 AM and ends at 400 PM.
May 24, 2017: Washtenaw Community CollegeMorris Lawrence Building
4800 E. Huron River Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
Class time: 0800 AM to 400 PM
What are people saying about this course?
"Very good job!"
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"Very up to date information"
"Instructor is well versed in material and case law"
"Well worth the time and cost!"
"Great material given for future reference"
"Material was of interest and delivered very well"
"Very informative, answered all questions"
"Being a P.O., instructor knows what we go through and everything about our job"
"Lt. is very knowledgable and enthusiastic. All info is applicable to my daily duties"
"All the updates were great"
"Very cop friendly course"
"Should be mandatory- once a year- at least. By far the most relevant course I've taken in 19 years of L.E."
"Up to date information, instructor very knowledgeable"
"Great information, well presented!"
"This is the second time I have attended this class. It is very informative"
"Instructor is very informative and knowledgeable on cases and material"
"I liked the instructors vast knowledge of the subject matter"
"Relevant topics to modern policing"
"Learned details about new laws that I did not know prior to this class"
"Well explained instruction"