This class is designed to provide both Police Officers and Sheriff’s Deputies with information necessary to help them make informed decisions on whether individuals they encounter have a right to occupy, possess, or otherwise exercise control over personal property, a residence or premises.
One of the goals is to assist officers in making the necessary decisions to determine whether or not an individual is a resident of a premises for legal purposes such as service of civil or criminal process, trespass, or removal from the premises.
Other issues include whether or not a landlord can exclude a person from the premises or evict a person without court process or engage in self-help repossessions or evictions, enforcing DV orders excluding persons from the residence and other similar questions about the landlord/tenant relationship and rights to personal and real property that officers encounter frequently.
This class is for NC Commission Certified Law Enforcement Officers.
Attention Public Safety Personnel: For students registering for the first time in a Davidson-Davie Community College class that may be eligible for a fee waiver contact our registration office directly at (336) 224-4545 and provide name, address, etc., class information and the public safety agency you are affiliated with.
Minimum Number of Students: 15
Contact Info: Mark Sink at Mark_Sink@davidsondavie.edu or 336-224-4511