NEXT CLASS: September 23 – 27, 2019, Simsbury, Connecticut
One Day of Legal Issues in Internal Affairs Investigations, Presented by Alaric J. Fox,
You will be trained to identify: the prohibitions on job actions by police officers; the role
and function of the labor relations representative; the rights of police management in
internal affairs issues; the rights of the police employee in internal affairs issues; the
significance of a law enforcement officer’s bill of rights; the impact of the Garrity decision
on the law enforcement internal affairs process; distinguish use immunity, derivative use
immunity, and transactional immunity under the Garrity decision; identify those
circumstances where an employee’s statement can legally be said to be “compelled”;
identify that testimony typically sought from law enforcement personnel in a Garrity based
“Kastigar Hearing”; and much more!
Three Days of Leader Skills for Police Supervisors– Presented by Bill Reilly, Asst. Chief of
This section is a highly interactive, skills-based program to instill critical supervisory
behaviors in new supervisors and will include: Ethical Decision Making, Communicating
Effectively, Leading, Communicating Expectations through Effective Meetings, Considering
Discipline, Resolving Conflicts, Counseling for Performance Improvement, Setting &
Achieving Goals, Solving Problems, Handling Situations and Delegating Effectively.
One Day of Supervisory Liability Presented by Elliot B. Spector, Esquire
Learn about the theories of Supervisory Liability: Failure to Discipline; Failure to Train &
Failure to Properly Supervise. Theories of Liability are explained with special emphasis on
the supervisor’s role and liability risk including federal & state statutes and case examples
applicable to supervisors, personal liability risks and specific high risk liability areas with
emphasis on how to limit liability of officers under your command. This class will apply
current law and case examples to practical real life aspects of supervision.
Who Should Attend This Course? First Line Supervisors
Cost: $575.00 per attendee
CT POST Credits Awarded: Area 703, 15; Area 203, 7; Area 201, 4 & Area 901, 3.5.
Your Instructors For This Course
Elliot B. Spector, Esquire
Mr. Spector’s positions at the police department included patrol officer, civil litigation officer, and acting general counsel. He also served on the accident and firearms review boards. These legally related positions concerning police liability and misconduct influenced his decision to continue his education, earning a J.D. at the University of Conn. School of Law (1981). He developed the first police liability training program in Connecticut, which is now mandated by POST.
Alaric J. Fox, Esquire
Alaric J. Fox is a practicing attorney who has been employed in the field of law enforcement since 1983. He received a Juris Doctorate at Western New England School of Law, a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice (Law Enforcement Administration) at the University of New Haven and is a graduate of the Connecticut State Police Training Academy, the FBI Academy, and the Connecticut Municipal Police Training Academy. He is currently Chief of Police in the Town of Enfield.
Bill Reilly, Asst. Chief of Police, Ret.
Bill Reilly is the Police Chief Coach™, bringing his command-level law enforcement and executive-level certified coaching experiences together for law enforcement professionals seeking greater effectiveness in the way they ‘Lead, Influence, and Achieve’