Officer-Involved Shooting Investigations:

What’s Changed?

A Free Webinar Courtesy of Savage Training Group

Officer-Involved Shooting Investigations: What's Changed?

Wednesday, April 21 • 9:00am – 10:30am PT

Presented by Sergeant James Tacchini
of the San Francisco Police Department

Hosted by Scott Savage, Founder of Savage Training Group

Cost: Complimentary for sworn officers and law enforcement agency staff

Join us for this one-time only live presentation on how officer involved shooting investigations have changed because of new use of force laws. Join Sergeant James Tacchini from the San Francisco Police Department as he explains what happens after shots are fired and what he looks during the investigation. Sgt. Tacchini is assigned to the Internal Affairs Unit and is a full-time officer involved shooting investigator.

We will discuss:

  • The Public Safety Statement – What questions should be asked and what should be avoided?
  • Statements from the Involved Officer – Are you covering the “pertinent negatives”?
  • Report Writing – Body-cam issues and more.
  • How New Use of Force Laws Affect OIS investigations Especially in California

As a bonus, each registered officer will receive the new Savage Training Group Officer Involved Shooting Checklists. These checklists were designed by our experts to give you a comprehensive cheat sheet to use during an officer involved shooting incident.


Presenter: James Tacchini

James Tacchini is a Sergeant with the San Francisco Police Department. He is currently assigned to investigate officer involved shootings and use of force incidents. Sergeant Tacchini is also part of the Departments Crisis and Hostage Negotiation Team where he is required to de-escalate critical situations. Sergeant Tacchini is passionate about teaching and is one of SFPD’s Use Of Force and Crisis Intervention Team instructors where he teaches force options, deescalation, and legal updates to officers which have impacted and changed police work over the past several years.

Want to attend the live webinar but your work schedule won’t allow? Don’t worry, all registered attendees will have access to the recording of the event for 72 hours so you can watch it at your convenience.

Registration is open to sworn law enforcement officers and law enforcement agency staff only. Please use a governmental e-mail address when registering to assist us in verifying your employment (non-governmental e-mail addresses will be rejected).

Get clarity about officer involved shooting investigations from an expert.