Course detail: CP - Civil Process
This class will give an overview of civil process in the State of Kansas, which will include basic civil versus criminal law; types of court orders and documents served, with specifics on Protection Orders, Writs of Execution, Evictions, Probate Orders and Tax Warrants and the service of process. Handouts will be provided with time allowed for questions on any of the material covered.

 Session Detail:  LE19224F
Schedule: Every day, starting on 08/24/18 and ending on 08/24/18
Times: 09:00am - 04:00pm
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Price: No Registration Fee : $0.00
Please dress in layers as the temperature in the room may be difficult to adjust. Participants are responsible for their travel, meals and lodging.

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Bill Carr
Bill Carr
Biography: Let me begin by introducing myself, my name is Bill Carr.On June 30, 2015, Ford County Sheriff Dean Bush retired prior to the completion of his term of office. When his decision to retire was announced earlier that year, I sought and secured the nomination of the Ford County Republican party to complete his unexpired term. During this past general election, I ran for the elected position and was unopposed. I started my career with the Ford County Sheriff's Office in 1990 working in the V.I.N. (Vehicle Identification Number) inspection program. In 1992 I was promoted to the Civil Process division of the Office. I became the supervisor of this division in 1998 and held this position for 12 years. I attended the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center (KLETC) in 2002 and was promoted to the position of Deputy. I worked in this capacity until 2010. I tested for and was promoted to the position of patrol Sergeant.During my career at the Ford County Sheriff's Office, I have provided instruction to other law enforcement professionals, including newly elected Sheriff's from across the state, in the field of civil process. I served on the Attorney General's Kansas Coalition for Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Safety and Accountability Audit Panel in 2005, and have served on the Southwest Kansas Region Incident Management team. In October 2006, I was appointed to the position of Chief of Police by the Bucklin City Council until stepping down in July 2015. I have successfully co-authored legislation and provided testimony before both the House and the Senate Judiciary Committees of Kansas in 2012 (SB283).As Sheriff, I serve on the Advisory board for the Santa Fe Trail Community Corrections Advisory Board (Adult & Juvenile), Southwest Kansas Suicide Prevention Coalition, Southwest Kansas Regional Juvenile Detention Center, Ford County Communications Advisory Board, Mental Health Awareness for First Responders and the Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC).On January 05, 2016, under my guidance the Seatbelts Are For Everyone (SAFE) program was implemented in the Bucklin Schools and is planned for implementation in the Spearville Schools in the near future. In keeping with National trends, I recently purchased body worn cameras for patrol. I have also been an instrumental player in guiding Ford County in its venture to improve radio communications in the changeover from the UHF to 800 radio communication systems. Outside of law enforcement, I have served on and in several instances continue to serve the citizens of Ford County as a Committee Chairperson for the Boy Scouts of America Troop 216 since 1999; Ford County Planning and Zoning Committee in the early 1990's; Hunter's Education Instructor since 2002; USD 459 School Board member from 2005 to 2011; USD 613 Board member from 2005 to 2011; Bucklin Community Better Life Foundation Member since 2009 and have recently served on the Bucklin Public Library Board. I graduated with honors from Central Christian College in McPherson, Kansas with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice and graduated from the 112th National Sheriff's Institute in December 2016. I am a lifelong Ford County resident. My wife of 23 years, Tiffany (Wolfe) is also a lifelong Ford County resident. Our son, Adam, currently attends Kansas State University. No image available

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Saline County Sheriff's Office
251 N 10th
Salina, KS 67401