Paperwork management workshop vital for successful law enforcement

Brian Bancroft chats with Angie Serna and Chief Williams of HPD during a break in their training session.

Laura Chesner
Staff Writer

In an effort to make paperwork and report uniform throughout local law enforcement offices, Coty Siegert and the staff of the District Attorney’s office have been offering workshops to all of the local law enforcement offices. Every office from the Sheriff’s office, the various police departments and the Constables in Robertson County have been taking workshops on consolidation of reporting.
Brian Bancroft, District Attorney Investigator, delivered the workshops that covered a range of topics including how to get details into your crime scene information to what reports need to be filed and with whom in the county.
Better, more uniform reporting helps police in investigations while also helping prosecutors at trials and depositions. At the Hearne training, all of Hearne Police Department attended as well as one dispatcher who could relay information to the rest of her employees. Assistant DA Yezak and DA Siegert attended these sessions to help answer questions and talk to them about how their departments work together to bring justice to the county.

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