Sexual Assault Investigation

Richmond, Texas - November 18-19, 2024

** Eligible for TCOLE Credit Hours **

Sexual assault cases are some of the most challenging types of investigations that criminal investigators face. Delays in reporting, uneasy victims, lack of evidence, and credible suspects often reduce the likelihood of successful prosecution. Participants in this course, whether new investigators or seasoned veterans, will learn innovative, courtroom-proven investigative techniques. Attendees will examine types and sources of evidence, rapport building with victims, suspect interview techniques, supportive services, beneficial pretrial motions, case law, and issues surrounding false reports. Case studies illustrate key points.

The course instructors are veteran sexual assault investigators who offer proven methods and are passionate about conducting aggressive investigations that lead to positive outcomes. Participants will leave with increased understanding, tools to conduct more in-depth investigations, resources to better manage victims, and tactics to obtain information from suspects.

This training is recommended for officers new to law enforcement, veteran investigators, and police supervisors.

$425.00 per attendee
Length of Course:
8AM to 5PM, Day 1
8AM to Noon, Day 2
Seminar Location:
Gus George Law Enforcement Academy - Patton Hall
1521 Eugene Heimann Circle
Richmond, Texas 77469
Nearby Hotels:
Hampton Inn
3312 Vista Drive
Rosenberg, Texas 77471
(331) 228-1341

Springhill Suites by Marriot
6815 Reading Road
Rosenberg, Texas 77471
(832) 595-2220

Agency Contact*:
Lt. David Bentley
Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office
(281) 341-4781

* Course registrations, transfers, refunds, and cancellations are handled by Law Enforcement Seminars. Please contact us directly with any questions.