Sabine Parish Detectives attend Homicide Investigators Conference

Sabine Parish Sheriff Aaron Mitchell reports Sabine Parish Sheriff Detectives attended the 2022 Louisiana Homicide Investigators Association (LHIA) Conference in Lake Charles this week.
Chief Detective Anthony Lowe Jr, Detectives Shelly Sepulvado, Don Flores, and David Gentry spent the week listening to speakers from across the country and attending training seminars.
Topics included:
• Aquatic death investigations and homicidal drownings
• Sexual assaults
• Torture and homicide recognition and investigations
• Officer involved shootings and deadly force
• Subconscious communication and detecting deception
• Legal update
Almost 400 law enforcement officers from across the State of Louisiana were in attendance.
There were also numerous vendors from throughout the state exhibiting their products and services available to law enforcement.
The Louisiana Peace Officer Standards and Training Council (POST) requires detectives/investigators to attend the conference to satisfy homicide investigator training requirements.
Sheriff Mitchell said all his Detectives have attended the LHIA Conference during the last few years.

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