January 1, 2024 - January 2, 2024
Along with being able to attend the on-demand training, you will receive admission to attend this class in-person AT NO ADDITIONAL COST. Admission does not expire.
Step 1: Submit Registration Request (With LEO ID) Step 2: We verify your LEO ID Step 3: You are sent access to the on-demand program via email Step 4: Access expires after 30 days Step 5: You receive a credit to attend the in-person version of the program
Finally, answers to the most common questions that have plagued NJ Police Officers for years. Without knowing what the courts have deemed acceptable procedure, police action is often an uneducated guessing game. We can no longer afford to guess what to do next. Re-Active or Pro-Active, officers must know how to behave in a manner that is constitutionally compliant. We have compiled a list of the most vital cases NJ Police Officers must know. Failure to have this knowledge will inevitably result in embarrassment, evidence suppression, injustice, and is an overall huge safety risk. We teach cases that give the student a very comprehensive understanding and raises their confidence tremendously. Humorous, exciting, and extremely valuable; this course is designed to be enjoyed by every division and every rank. This course will put an end to common police misconceptions and muster room debates, and will be the most enjoyable and useful classes you will ever attend. We have seen a great progression in Modern Day Policing and Case Law is the foundation to where it all begins. Everything taught in this course is cited from legal documents that are provided to the attendee. These are undisputed legal court decisions on proper police procedure in a variety of circumstances. This will guide police officers on decision making in the field. A must have knowledge for all divisions, especially supervisory. Dennis Benigno is the founder and CEO of Street Cop Training and began formal police instruction in 2012. His law enforcement career began in 2001 at 19 years of age as a NJ Corrections Officer. In 2004 Benigno became a police officer with the US Park Police Dept. in Washington, DC and in 2005 moved over to the position of police officer in one of NJ’s largest municipalities. He has received multiple awards including but not limited to Lifesaving, Meritorious Service, Mayor’s Award for Excellence in Public Service, Several Letters of Recognition, Leadership awards and Certificates of Appreciation from several law enforcement organizations. As a police officer, Benigno has affected over 1,500 arrests and has conducted well over 10,000 motor vehicle stops. He now leads one of the fastest growing LEO education companies in the country overseeing many divisions of police training.
Venue: On Demand Training