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When You’re Liable: Why Failing to Act Gets Supervisors Sued

When You’re Liable: Why Failing to Act Gets Supervisors Sued

Instructor(s):
    Dawn Parsons
  • Dawn Parsons
    Criminal Prosecutor, Jackson County
Date(s):
  • Jul 16, 2019
Time:
  • 2:00 - 4:00pm EST
Individual Fee:
  • $95.00 per registered attendee
Group Rate:
  • $95.00 for the first attendee - $25.00 per each additional attendee
Training Room Special:
  • $500 This fee will allow for up to 40 attendees to participate in the webinar

Failing to take action against problem officers can do more than hurt your agency’s integrity and morale—it could make you liable for a crime. Your agency and your city might also be legally responsible.

The publicity and social media regarding the case could impact your ability to do your job and tarnish your reputation. Lawsuits take up time, money, and are emotionally draining for both you and your family. Inaction and failure to act could also get you on a Brady or exclusion list, which will harm your career and future employment. You could potentially be charged with a crime. Even if the lawsuit is later dismissed, being named in a lawsuit or as a criminal defendant alone has significant consequences to your career.

This webinar will educate you on the potential consequences of failing to take action against problem officers and how you can protect yourself.

What You’ll Learn:

  • How you can be sued for failure to supervise
  • How to prevent being personally named in a civil lawsuit
  • The impact of litigation on you, your family, and agency
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