Instructor: Kevin Salzman

No image available Biography: Kevin B. Salzman is the Ford County Attorney, having been first elected to that position in 2016. Before his election, Since first becoming an assistant county attorney in Ford County in 2011, Mr. Salzman has prosecuted a wide variety of cases: from traffic infractions and driving under the influence cases up to cases involving charges of first-degree murder and rape. Mr. Salzman was recognized and honored as the Kansas Narcotics Officers Association 2019 Prosecutor of the Year. He graduated cum laude with his Juris doctorate from Saint Louis University School of Law in 2010, where he obtained concentrations in civil and criminal litigation skills and was part of the school's 2010 Jessup International Moot Court competition team.

Classes by this instructor

Mental Health in Kansas:  Laws and Liabilities
Law enforcement officers and first responders are responding with increasing frequency to situations involving one or more individuals experiencing a mental health crisis. Even where such calls do not involve allegations of criminal conduct, these situations can quickly become dangerous for the individuals involved, officers and first responders, and bystanders and onlookers. Law enforcement officers need to know the circumstances under which they can take individuals experiencing a mental health crisis into protective custody, where they may take these individuals for care and services, and what protections they have against potential civil lawsuits and criminal charges.
Tuesday, December 12, 2023, Zoom Facilitated Sessions
Search and Seizure in the 21st Century
This course will teach participants the legal requirements that must be satisfied before a search warrant will be issued and how they can satisfy these requirements with their application and supporting affidavit. In addition to search warrants for homes, businesses, and multi-unit residences, attention will also be given to obtaining records from cellular service providers and social media companies.
Monday, October 30, 2023, Zoom Facilitated Sessions
Wednesday, March 13, 2024, Zoom Facilitated Sessions
Trial Preparation, Testimony, and Prosecution Strategy
This course is intended to introduce public safety officers and other agency personnel to the information and skills necessary to testify effectively at depositions, court hearings, and trials. Testifying successfully as a witness requires that personnel know how to communicate information to the court and to juries in response to open-ended and closed-ended questions in a way that is precise, objective, and credible.
Thursday, April 11, 2024, Learning Center Classroom Bldg