The Los Angeles Police Department, Audit Division (AD) presents the Basic Law Enforcement Performance Auditor Course. The course is designed to introduce public safety professionals to basic performance auditing principles and to provide a foundation from which to properly plan and conduct a law enforcement performance audit.
The course is highly interactive and utilizes the adult learning model of instruction. The class is divided into five groups and they are assigned learning activities to enhance knowledge. Each group presents their findings to the class and instructors provide feedback during the debriefing process.
The course is presented internationally at selected locations and announced on the AD website. Personalized presentations are available for specific organizations.
The Law enforcement performance auditor course is designed as a basic introductory class. The course curriculum provides the necessary information for public safety auditors to perform their work. This three-day course consists of the following modules:
Module 1: Welcome & Orientation
Module 2: History, Purpose & Standards of Law Enforcement Auditing
Module 3: Risk Assessment & Audit Planning
Module 4: Audit Work Plans
Module 5: Population & Sampling
Module 6: Interviews
Module 7: Audit Field Work
Module 8: Capturing & Analyzing Field Work
Module 9: Report Writing
Module 10: Course Review
Module 11: Final Examination
All instructors are actively involved in all phases of public safety performance auditing. Cadre members are highly qualified instructors, and are certified by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training. They are also certified auditors and fraud examiners by numerous professional organizations.
For information and/or enrollment, contact Sergeant Heather Swift, Phone: 213-486-8243, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org