- Instructor: Andrew Tallmer
- Date: August 10-21, 2020
- Time: 8 am – 5 pm
- Location: RCCC-North, Bldg 400, Room 4133
- Total Hours: 80 hours
This intense 80 hour course of instruction is designed to provide the student with specific skills necessary to conduct law
enforcement activities associated with search warrants, arrests, investigative detention, warrantless searches, in-custody and voluntary interviews, eyewitness identifications and non-testimonial and identification orders. At the end of this block of
instruction, the participant will be able to achieve the following in accordance with information received during the
instructional period: 1) Conduct a valid investigative stop and frisk, and a lawful arrest, based in appropriate considerations
of reasonable suspicion, probable cause, and use of force; 2) Explain and apply the law of search and seizure with and
without a search warrant; 3) Explain and apply law as it relates to the issuance and service of search warrants, administrative inspection warrants and non-testimonial identification orders; 4) Given a fact pattern, prepare a legally sufficient search warrant; 5) Conduct interviews lawfully during investigative detention and arrest situations; 6) Apply non-custodial interview procedures to obtain lawful confessions; 7) Conduct non-testimonial and eyewitness identification procedures in accordance with applicable law; 8) Determine whether lethal and less lethal force may be used lawfully in given fact situations; 9) Determine whether emergency vehicle operation is appropriate under given fact situations; and 10) Identify the steps an officer should take to defend against a civil lawsuit.
Attendees MUST have the following books for the class:
- NC Arrest, Search and Investigation (commonly known as the “Farb Book”)
- The Red case law book (can be purchased from the NCJA for $14.95)
- The Green “Supplement Book) which can be purchased from the NCJA for $12.00)
To order these books, please contact the North Carolina Justice Academy at 910-525-4158, ext 310. Payment can be made by credit card. All other class handouts and supplements will be provided by RCCC at no cost to the student.
Instructor Bio: Andrew Tallmer is a highly experienced attorney and law enforcement instructor. He has taught law course to well over a thousand North Carolina law enforcement officers. Mr. Tallmer has worked as a police attorney for the New York City Police Department and as an agency legal specialist at the North Carolina Justice Academy. He is a member of the North Carolina bar and is certified as a law instructor by the State of North Carolina.
Students may register for this training by clicking this link.
If you have any questions, please contact us at LETrain@rccc.edu