Fairfield, James
Task Force Operations: Lessons Learned from the Murder of a CI
1 DAYS
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Hours: 2    Start Time: 13:00    End Time: 15:00    
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When a confidential informant during a multi-agency task force operation is kidnapped and killed and the national media arrives, things get complicated. Debates over who was "in charge," governing policy, jurisdiction, investigative oversight and civil litigation are now front and center. This seminar details some of the collateral impact of that event and makes some best practice recommendations to defend yourself, your team, and your agency.

James Fairfield - Bio
Lt. James Fairfield is a court-recognized expert in use of force, defensive tactics, and firearms. He is a frequent conference and college guest lecturer. Fairfield has represented more than 30 officers in Grand Jury proceedings after their officer-involved shootings and is recognized by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement as a subject-matter expert on the topic. He is a 29-year officer, with 18 years of tactical experience and eight years assigned to a federal fugitive task force.