WATCH: Training at CR helps deal with officer-involved shootings

Session at College of the Redwoods provides guidance for officer-involved shootings

  • Brad Werner, right, a retired Sacramento Police Department homicide sergeant, talks about how a chaotic scene can sometimes lead to patrol vehicle parking that obstructs ambulances and fire engines access during an Officer Involved Shootings for Field Supervisors training at College of the Redwoods on Wednesday. Consultants Werner and fellow SPD retiree Floyd Harvey, left, spent two days talking to 24 mostly local police, sheriff, corrections, and probation first-line supervisors. They gave background information regarding such shootings and creating a plan to cover the administrative and criminal issues involved. The psychological and legal aspects of an officer involved shooting were also discussed, along with the impacts and effects on the media and the community. (Shaun Walker — The Times-Standard)

  • Brad Werner, a retired Sacramento Police Department homicide sergeant, talks about how a chaotic scene can sometimes lead to patrol vehicle parking that obstructs ambulances and fire engines access during an Officer Involved Shootings for Field Supervisors training at College of the Redwoods on Wednesday. Consultants Werner and fellow SPD retiree Floyd Harvey spent two days talking to 24 mostly local police, sheriff, corrections, and probation first-line supervisors. They gave background information regarding such shootings and creating a plan to cover the administrative and criminal issues involved. The psychological and legal aspects of an officer involved shooting were also discussed, along with the impacts and effects on the media and the community. (Shaun Walker — The Times-Standard)

  • Floyd Harvey, a retired Sacramento Police Department lieutenant, talks about how a chaotic scene can sometimes lead to patrol vehicle parking that obstructs ambulances and fire engines access during an Officer Involved Shootings for Field Supervisors training at College of the Redwoods on Wednesday. Consultants Werner and fellow SPD retiree Brad Werner spent two days talking to 24 mostly local police, sheriff, corrections, and probation first-line supervisors. They gave background information regarding such shootings and creating a plan to cover the administrative and criminal issues involved. The psychological and legal aspects of an officer involved shooting were also discussed, along with the impacts and effects on the media and the community. (Shaun Walker — The Times-Standard)

  • Weber, left, and Floyd talk about an incident with the supervisors. (Shaun Walker — The Times-Standard)

  • Harvey plays a Johnny Carson skit video about a silly crime story during a break. (Shaun Walker — The Times-Standard)

  • Harvey plays a Johnny Carson skit video about a silly crime story during a break. (Shaun Walker — The Times-Standard)

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