Law Enforcement Solutions Group is comprised of active and retired law enforcement professionals with over 100 years of experience.
- Law Enforcement Solutions Group (LESG) is comprised of currently active Command Staff, Specialized Unit Commanders, and Investigative Supervisors.
- Our legal team consist of active practicing attorneys with decades of experience with the District Attorney’s Office and Municipal Corporations. Our attorneys are ready to meet all challenges. Our entire team is currently and aggressively practicing civil litigation.
- Law Enforcement Solutions Group will provide independent OIS investigations that are conducted in a manner that is transparent, fair, and legal for the officers, victims and their families, the criminal justice system, and local community. Law Enforcement Solutions Group will conduct an OIS investigations that are conducted in an impartial manner that maximizes transparency and ultimately ensures justice and community confidence in the determination.
- Our staff with decades of investigative experience have investigated numerous fatal and non-fatal officer-involved shootings.
- Our staff staff is available 24 hours a day for any critical incidents that requires an immediate response.
With LES you will always get more.
Cybercrime Investigations and Digital Forensics
(New Date To Be Determined)
$699.00 (2 days)
Sexual Assault Investigations
Dates Wednesday, February 28 & Thursday, February 29, 2024
Braintree, MA Police Department, 282 Union Street, Braintree, Massachusetts
$399 per person
Departments contact for invoice.
The Sexual Assault Investigations Training course is designed to provide investigators with a wide range of investigative techniques that can be employed to conduct compassionate and effective victim-centered investigations into adult and child sexual assaults.
Through the use of case studies, students will explore a variety of topics including dynamics of sexual assault, interviewing techniques, case organization, collaboration, critical thinking and decision-making, cognitive biases, digital evidence acquisition, and the role of physical evidence. The course also proposes to address investigative challenges presented by incapacitation and issues of consent, “stale” crime scenes or delayed reporting, same-sex sexual assault, and acquaintance or domestic relationships between the victim and offender.
Must be a Law Enforcement Investigator/Officer to attend this course. Material may be law enforcement sensitive. Credentials will be verified.
Required Training Materials
Students should bring their Department-issued laptop.
- Multidisciplinary Teams Approach to Sexual Assault Investigations/Victim Support
- Psychological and Behavioral Aspects of Sexual Assault Victimization
- Initial Response to Scenes to contact with victim
- Victim Interview Techniques/Cognitive Interview
- Forensic Interviews
- Target Interview Techniques
- Effects of Trauma on Recall and Memory
- Sexual Assault Investigations Involving Special Populations
- Preparing the Case for Grand Jury and Trial-Discovery Considerations
- Effects of Drugs and Alcohol on victims
- Drug Induced Sexual Assaults
- Sexual Assaults at Licensed Premises
- Crime Scene Management and the Role of Physical Evidence
- Human Body as a Crime Scene- Specialized Unit responses