Not as Painful as You Think
*** Law Enforcement Only***
Oregon Peace Officers Association &The Keizer Police Department
Date and Time:
$100 OPOA Members
$125 non-OPOA Members (membership included if qualified)
Keizer Police Department
930 Chemawa Rd.
Keizer, OR 97303
Sergeant Robert Rookhuyzen, Washington County Sheriff Office
Sgt. Robert L. Rookhuyzen began his law enforcement career in September 2001 with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office. He served as a Field Training Officer (FTO) and a member of the Washington County Crisis Negotiations Unit. He was promoted to Corporal in 2007 and Detective in 2010. As a detective, he specialized in child physical/sexual abuse and violent crimes investigations. He also served on the Washington County Major Crimes Team. In 2017, he was awarded the FBI Director’s Award for Distinguished Service to Victims of Violent Crime. He was promoted to sergeant in June 2020 and is currently assigned to the patrol division. Sgt. Rookhuyzen is a graduate of Brigham Young University. He enjoys international travel and has been to over 40 countries.
Search warrants are vital to every investigator. Fortunately, they’re not as intimidating as some believe. In this class, learn when they’re required and how to efficiently write affidavits and warrants to get the evidence you need for your case. Samples of search warrants and affidavits will be shared. Tips and tricks will be shared on how to contact the right people at various organizations and web sites. As part of the class, the instructor will review the electronic process of preserving and obtaining records from Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat.
No prior experience with search warrants is required. This hands-on class is designed for every patrol officer/deputy/trooper, as well as new detectives. It is also a great refresher for investigators with some search warrant experience.
After a review of search and seizure concepts and the process of obtaining a search warrant, class members will write two search warrants (including one for Facebook) and an arrest warrant based on realistic practical scenarios. The instructor or a deputy district attorney will provide feedback on affidavits and search warrants written.
Each student will leave the class with Word templates and forms for arrest warrants and search warrants to make warrant writing easier when they return to their agency.
You MUST bring a laptop with Word and WiFi capabilities with you.
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