Why should you maintain your Use of Force National Certification? Today’s law enforcement Use of Force administrative investigations are being challenged at the various appeal levels, courts, city halls, civilian oversight bodies, local media and public advocacy groups. You and your investigation may be second guessed and scrutinized as never before. Being Nationally Certified provides you with professional standing when you are faced with these challenges.

Jack Ryan, Attorney and Co-director of Legal and Liability Risk Management Institute, created the Use of Force National Certification in 2021. Since that time, over 500 police practitioners have challenged the Use of Force Certification process and have been awarded the 2-year certification status.

Through a new 7-module program developed by Legal and Liability Risk Management Institute, you can now maintain your National Certification for an additional 2 years. You have 60-days to complete this self-paced, online program which covers the essentials and basics of conducting a reasonable, defensible and professional use of force investigation. At the conclusion of each module you will be required to pass a test. Upon successful completion of all modules and tests, you will receive your Legal and Liability Risk Management Institute credentials that will be good for 2 years. During the 2-year period, you will be required to attend the 5-day instructor-led Use of Force Certification training by Legal and Liability Risk Management Institute. After successfully completing the course you will receive a 2-year Certification.

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