Building a Model Police Records Unit A law enforcement seminar.

Building a Model Police Records Unit
A law enforcement seminar.
January 14-15, 2015
Murrieta, CA Police Department
Murrieta Police Dept.
2 Town Square
Murrieta, CA 92562
Checks/Credit Cards
5 day cancellation policy
Register online:
Presented by PRI Management Group and the
International Institute of Police Records Management
in partnership with the
Murrieta Police Department
Developed to help agencies build a top performing records division, learn how
to minimize liability, improve performance, empower the records function, build
professionalism, and increase customer service. Designed for records
managers, clerks, and supervisors, this two day course teaches how to run the
records division as if it were a business: efficiently, legally, and
customer-focused. Learn practical techniques and tips and tricks that will
improve the operations of this critical support component.
Checks payable to
PRI Management Group
PO Box 142151
Coral Gables, FL. 33134
E-course manual
Great training!
issues contact:
Ed Claughton
What will be covered:
Lower report turnaround time
Reviewing and approving reports
Lower your report error rate
Developing a records unit manual
Build a records management plan
Developing a report writing manual
How to legally correct reports after the fact
Accountability and performance
How to ensure accurate stats and compliance
with UCR
Maximizing the use of technology
Develop efficient report correction work flows
How to dispose of records legally &
Overview of CA public records laws
Who should attend:
Records personnel
Records supervisors
Administrative personnel
Register on the training page at:
Building a Model Police Records Unit
See actual course reviews from attendees on the training page at:
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Police Records in the News
"Hundreds of Assault Cases Misreported"
Journal Sentinel May 22, 2012
"State, local officials seek audit of Milwaukee PD crime numbers"
Journal Sentinel May 23, 2012
"Mayor requests audit of Nashville's crime stats"
News Channel 5 Nashville, May 14, 2010
"Milwaukee PD staff routinely changed crime codes"
Journal Sentinel, June 12, 2012
"Records audit leads to Leland police officer relieved of duty,
questions about accountability"
Attendees will receive e-course material with:
Electronic forms for report corrections, memos, and more
Public records resources
Sample records unit manual
Records inventory worksheets
Case study, articles, and more
Ed Claughton from PRI Management Group is a foremost expert on police
records and information management. His training has received excellent
reviews and through his management of a records division and law
enforcement career he conveys the importance of managing records
correctly through real-world examples. He is a certified Law Enforcement Auditor
and Public Records Manager and a selected speaker for the International
Association of Chiefs of Police.
Course Comments
"One of the best classes I've been to!"
"Excellent information. Great instructor."
"Ed is a captivating instructor. Great material for anyone in records"
"I attended this class and as with the others,
the class was very informative. Thanks for another great class!"