Minnesota Leadership Education & Training (MNLET)

Bias Crimes Part 1: Legal Aspects (MN POST 09053-00688)

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Title: Bias Crimes Part 1: The Legal Aspects

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Bias Crimes Part 1:  Legal Aspects will explore the serious impact of hate crimes and discuss how Law Enforcement can play a significant role in Minnesota’s fight against hate groups and crimes committed and motivated by bias.

The goal of this course is to give officers a clear understanding of what crimes motivated by bias are and their responsibilities with investigating and reporting these crimes.

Instructor:  Imran Ali is a shareholder with Eckberg Lammers and the Senior Director of Training, Consulting and Investigation Services. Imran has been a trial attorney in the public sector for almost 20 years. His extensive experience is recognized both in the courtroom and the community. Working extensively with victims of crime has provided Imran with the passion needed to succeed in the courtroom. He has handled some of the most complex cases, including homicide, rape, domestic violence, narcotics related and burglary cases.

Imran is nationally and locally recognized for his work, receiving the Minnesota Attorney of the Year in both 2016 and 2020. He has also received other accolades within the state and area communities.

POST Number:  09053-00688          POST Credit:  1
Mandated Learning Objective: Crimes Motivated By Bias (1,3)
This one-hour course has been approved by the Minnesota POST Board under the mandated category of Crimes Motivated by Bias.  All licensed peace officers renewing their license will need this course.