The U.S. Attorney’s Office, in partnership with the National Resource and Technical Assistance Center for Improving Law Enforcement Investigations (NRTAC), recently presented a full-day training class for law enforcement officers and investigators in Daytona Beach. This course, hosted by Daytona State College, provided best practices designed to improve attendees’ performance skills and outcomes during all phases of a criminal investigation, through successful prosecution.
Training topics included evidence collection; forensic analyses; case management and reconstruction; legal issues and considerations; emerging technologies; and community engagement. Presenters included NRTAC instructor Andrew Vallee of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, Chief Assistant U.S. Attorney Roger Handberg, and Chief of Operations John Reid from the State Attorney’s Office. Approximately 50 law enforcement professionals attended the course.