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The interest of serving our communities with the most qualified of police applicants is paramount to a professional law enforcement agency's success. The process of hiring reliable, trustworthy employees who are of good moral character is one the most important fundamental tasks in the selection of personnel. It is a practice that compels police departments to exercise reasonable care to ensure that they do not engage in negligent appointment/hiring practices and one that is legally defensible. This 16-hour program will prepare students to conduct thorough background investigations that are credible.
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Instructor: Joe Leonas - Bartlett Police Department, Il. (Deputy Chief)
A police officer for the Village of Bartlett, Illinois since 1990, Joe has held several positions in his career, to include investigations, crime prevention, school resource officer and former Commander of Case Management of the Major Case Assistance Team of Cook County (MCAT). Joe graduated from DePaul University with a Bachelor’s degree in English, received his Master’s degree from Western Illinois University in Law Enforcement & Justice Administration, and graduated from Northwestern University’s School of Police Staff & Command. Joe is also an instructor for the state certification of juvenile officers, as well as an adjunct instructor for Aurora University teaching a variety of courses.
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