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REGISTER DIRECTLY WITH PROVIDER Instructor: Joseph Vasil, Vasil I.D. Training LLC This comprehensive, one-day “hands-on” advanced course is designed to assist law enforcement officers with the growing trend in the use of fraudulent driver licenses. In 2016 the US Dept of Homeland Security identified 16 different U.S. driver licenses produced overseas that are considered HIGH QUALITY COUNTERFEITS. This course will focus in on those 16 states. These authentic-looking “modern day” credentials that are available online have compromised nearly every security feature on their ID’s making them virtually “undetectable” and more sophisticated than “ID Chief” counterfeits of a few years ago. This course will instruct law enforcement officers the proper ID protocol to detect/identify these fraudulent ID’s from all 16 states. Officers will be able to handle genuine and counterfeit ID’s side by side for comparison. Instruction will include methods to detect counterfeit driver licenses from all 50 states as well as International Driving Permits, and Mexican ID’S. Special instruction includes how to detect the latest intel in altered driver licenses. Instruction will include appropriate 2C statutes. The course materials are updated weekly to include the latest counterfeit Drivers Licenses. The course materials include a free UV light, magnifier and reference guide, and “cheat sheets” to recognize counterfeit licenses from New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York and one additional cheat sheet of the state your choice. Attire: Uniform/Professional Cost: $119 Make checks payable to Vasil I.D. Training LLC Mail to 2 Germantown Road, Bordentown, NJ 08505 For additional information, call 609.556.5203 or email jvasil1@verizon.net More
Starts Starts: 11/14/2019 9:00 AM
Sessions Session: 1
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This 40 hour course is designed for law enforcement personnel who examine and compare latent prints. This course will advance the examiner to comparisons of more complex prints. Practical exercises will accompany each lecture to reinforce the covered topics and a majority of the class will be spent examining and comparing latent prints. Examiners will use magnifying loops as well as comparison software during the class. It is required that prospective students have completed a basic comparison class and have some experience with fingerprint comparisons. Topics of Discussion include: ACE-V Methodology Sufficiency decisions Palm print comparison Overlay impressions Tonal reversals Distortion More
Starts Starts: 10/21/2019 9:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 5
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REGISTER DIRECTLY WITH PROVIDER Advanced Search & Seizure for Narcotics Investigators presented by BlueToGold This advanced course covers the most important legal issues for proactive narcotics officers and street officers. Topics include undercover operations inside homes and business; writing and executing drug warrants; knock and announce issues; anticipatory warrants; K9 searchesp; and vehicle stops, including pretext “wall stops.” The course also addresses the two types of searches covered by the Fourth Amendment, and the legal issues regarding the most used searches and seizures by narcotics officers, in particular, what one of three exceptions an officer needs every time a search or seizure is conducted; how to effectively articulate citizen-consensual encounters; how to articulate any consensual search, and what are the many pitfalls to avoid; what is apparent authority to consent to search, and what if officers are mistaken; how to conduct an investigative detention, and how to transition to a P.C. stop or back down to a consensual encounter; when to search vehicles for narcotics; stops based on anonymous tips; building solid probable cause, including confidential informants, reliability of “citizen informers”; the two collective knowledge doctrines articulating constructive possession offenses; dealing with homes, in particular, warrantless entry to prevent to destruction of evidence, entries based on deception or ruses, hot pursuit entries and plain view seizures; interview and interrogation law, including Miranda requirements and pitfalls, what are prohibited coercive factors, how to obtain effective waivers, when does a suspect invoke, and what right is invoked, how to legally reinitiate the interrogation after an invocation, Miranda exceptions, and how courts handle Miranda violations. SEE ALSO ADD-ON IN-DEPTH TRAINING -- Advanced Search & Seizure and -- Advanced Search & Seizure for Traffic Stops Advanced Search & Seizure This course is designed for experienced law enforcement officers who already possess a background knowledge and functional experience in search and seizure law. The instruction is advanced and fast-paced and uses case studies to explain the development and the current status of the legal aspects of searches and seizures. The officer will acquire a solid understand of the Fourth Amendment, the key words in the Fourth Amendment that need to be understood by officers, the three Golden Rules of search and seizure, when the Fourth Amendment is implicated, and the requirement of state action. Course content also includes a dicussion of what is a Fourth Amendment search and seizure; the two searches recognized by the U.S. Supreme Court; when seizure occurs of a person, and of property; and the legal issues regarding the most used searches and seizures by police officers, in particular”; one of three exceptions an officer needs every time a search or seizure is conducted; how to effectively articulate citizen-consensual encounters; how to articulate any consensual search, and what are the many pitfalls to avoid; what is apparent authority to consent to search, and what if officers are mistaken; how to conduct an investigative detention, and how to transition to a P.C. stop or back down to a consensual encounter; legal land-mines regarding First Amendment statements and protesters; hot pursuit into homes; emergency entries into homes; the six lawful vehicle searches; vehicle inventories and things to avoid; stops based on anonymous tips; and control over occupants. ................ Advanced Search & Seizure for Traffic Stops Almost every law enforcement officer will make a traffic stop. This course teaches practically every legal doctrine involving searching and seizing a vehicle. Whether you are fresh out of the academy, or two years before retirement, this course will teach you something. Expect to be an expert on traffic stop law after completing this class. The course includes detailed coverage of the two types of vehicles searches; Community Caretaking and Terry Stops; searching occupants and vehicles for evidence or weapons; when inventory searches become unlawful; mastering consent searches; and K9 searches. Officers will be taught both black letter law and real world “best practices,” making them more professional on video andreducing their exposure to civil lawsuits. .................. COST FOR EACH OFFERING: $149 TO ATTEND TWO OFFERINGS: $298 The cost includes the latest edition of the Search & Seizure Survival Guide. REGISTRATION INFORMATION: Register online at bluetogold.com PAYMENT INSTRUCTIONS: Make checks payable to BLUE TO GOLD, and mail to 1818 West Francis Avenue, #101, Spokane, Washington 99205 For more information, call 702-472-7513 More
Starts Starts: 2/27/2020 8:00 AM
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REGISTER DIRECTLY WITH PROVIDER Advanced Search & Seizure for Traffic Stops presented by BlueToGold Advanced Search & Seizure for Traffic Stops Almost every law enforcement officer will make a traffic stop. This course teaches practically every legal doctrine involving searching and seizing a vehicle. Whether you are fresh out of the academy, or two years before retirement, this course will teach you something. Expect to be an expert on traffic stop law after completing this class. The course includes detailed coverage of the two types of vehicles searches; Community Caretaking and Terry Stops; searching occupants and vehicles for evidence or weapons; when inventory searches become unlawful; mastering consent searches; and K9 searches. Officers will be taught both black letter law and real world “best practices,” making them more professional on video andreducing their exposure to civil lawsuits. SEE ALSO ADD-ON IN-DEPTH TRAINING -- Advanced Search & Seizure -- Advanced Search & Seizure for Narcotics Investigators. .............................. SEE ALSO Advanced Search & Seizure This course is designed for experienced law enforcement officers who already possess a background knowledge and functional experience in search and seizure law. The instruction is advanced and fast-paced and uses case studies to explain the development and the current status of the legal aspects of searches and seizures. The officer will acquire a solid understand of the Fourth Amendment, the key words in the Fourth Amendment that need to be understood by officers, the three Golden Rules of search and seizure, when the Fourth Amendment is implicated, and the requirement of state action. Course content also includes a dicussion of what is a Fourth Amendment search and seizure; the two searches recognized by the U.S. Supreme Court; when seizure occurs of a person, and of property; and the legal issues regarding the most used searches and seizures by police officers, in particular”; one of three exceptions an officer needs every time a search or seizure is conducted; how to effectively articulate citizen-consensual encounters; how to articulate any consensual search, and what are the many pitfalls to avoid; what is apparent authority to consent to search, and what if officers are mistaken; how to conduct an investigative detention, and how to transition to a P.C. stop or back down to a consensual encounter; legal land-mines regarding First Amendment statements and protesters; hot pursuit into homes; emergency entries into homes; the six lawful vehicle searches; vehicle inventories and things to avoid; stops based on anonymous tips; and control over occupants. ................................ SEE ALSO Advanced Search & Seizure for Narcotics Investigators This advanced course covers the most important legal issues for proactive narcotics officers and street officers. Topics include undercover operations inside homes and business; writing and executing drug warrants; knock and announce issues; anticipatory warrants; K9 searchesp; and vehicle stops, including pretext “wall stops.” The course also addresses the two types of searches covered by the Fourth Amendment, and the legal issues regarding the most used searches and seizures by narcotics officers, in particular, what one of three exceptions an officer needs every time a search or seizure is conducted; how to effectively articulate citizen-consensual encounters; how to articulate any consensual search, and what are the many pitfalls to avoid; what is apparent authority to consent to search, and what if officers are mistaken; how to conduct an investigative detention, and how to transition to a P.C. stop or back down to a consensual encounter; when to search vehicles for narcotics; stops based on anonymous tips; building solid probable cause, including confidential informants, reliability of “citizen informers”; the two collective knowledge doctrines articulating constructive possession offenses; dealing with homes, in particular, warrantless entry to prevent to destruction of evidence, entries based on deception or ruses, hot pursuit entries and plain view seizures; interview and interrogation law, including Miranda requirements and pitfalls, what are prohibited coercive factors, how to obtain effective waivers, when does a suspect invoke, and what right is invoked, how to legally reinitiate the interrogation after an invocation, Miranda exceptions, and how courts handle Miranda violations .............................. COST FOR EACH OFFERING: $149 TO ATTEND TWO OFFERINGS: $298 The cost includes the latest edition of the Search & Seizure Survival Guide. REGISTRATION INFORMATION: Register online at bluetogold.com PAYMENT INSTRUCTIONS: Make checks payable to BLUE TO GOLD, and mail to 1818 West Francis Avenue, #101, Spokane, Washington 99205 For more information, call 702-472-7513 More
Starts Starts: 2/26/2020 8:00 AM
Sessions Session: 1
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REGISTER DIRECTLY WITH PROVIDER Advanced Search & Seizure presented by BlueToGold SEE ALSO ADD-ON IN-DEPTH TRAINING -- Advanced Search & Seizure for Traffic Stops and -- Advanced Search & Seizure for Narcotics Officers This course is designed for experienced law enforcement officers who already possess a background knowledge and functional experience in search and seizure law. The instruction is advanced and fast-paced and uses case studies to explain the development and the current status of the legal aspects of searches and seizures. The officer will acquire a solid understand of the Fourth Amendment, the key words in the Fourth Amendment that need to be understood by officers, the three Golden Rules of search and seizure, when the Fourth Amendment is implicated, and the requirement of state action. Course content also includes a dicussion of what is a Fourth Amendment search and seizure; the two searches recognized by the U.S. Supreme Court; when seizure occurs of a person, and of property; and the legal issues regarding the most used searches and seizures by police officers, in particular”; one of three exceptions an officer needs every time a search or seizure is conducted; how to effectively articulate citizen-consensual encounters; how to articulate any consensual search, and what are the many pitfalls to avoid; what is apparent authority to consent to search, and what if officers are mistaken; how to conduct an investigative detention, and how to transition to a P.C. stop or back down to a consensual encounter; legal land-mines regarding First Amendment statements and protesters; hot pursuit into homes; emergency entries into homes; the six lawful vehicle searches; vehicle inventories and things to avoid; stops based on anonymous tips; and control over occupants. ................................. SEE ALSO Advanced Search & Seizure for Traffic Stops Almost every law enforcement officer will make a traffic stop. This course teaches practically every legal doctrine involving searching and seizing a vehicle. Whether you are fresh out of the academy, or two years before retirement, this course will teach you something. Expect to be an expert on traffic stop law after completing this class. The course includes detailed coverage of the two types of vehicles searches; Community Caretaking and Terry Stops; searching occupants and vehicles for evidence or weapons; when inventory searches become unlawful; mastering consent searches; and K9 searches. Officers will be taught both black letter law and real world “best practices,” making them more professional on video andreducing their exposure to civil lawsuits. ............................. SEE ALSO Advanced Search & Seizure for Narcotics Investigators This advanced course covers the most important legal issues for proactive narcotics officers and street officers. Topics include undercover operations inside homes and business; writing and executing drug warrants; knock and announce issues; anticipatory warrants; K9 searchesp; and vehicle stops, including pretext “wall stops.” The course also addresses the two types of searches covered by the Fourth Amendment, and the legal issues regarding the most used searches and seizures by narcotics officers, in particular, what one of three exceptions an officer needs every time a search or seizure is conducted; how to effectively articulate citizen-consensual encounters; how to articulate any consensual search, and what are the many pitfalls to avoid; what is apparent authority to consent to search, and what if officers are mistaken; how to conduct an investigative detention, and how to transition to a P.C. stop or back down to a consensual encounter; when to search vehicles for narcotics; stops based on anonymous tips; building solid probable cause, including confidential informants, reliability of “citizen informers”; the two collective knowledge doctrines articulating constructive possession offenses; dealing with homes, in particular, warrantless entry to prevent to destruction of evidence, entries based on deception or ruses, hot pursuit entries and plain view seizures; interview and interrogation law, including Miranda requirements and pitfalls, what are prohibited coercive factors, how to obtain effective waivers, when does a suspect invoke, and what right is invoked, how to legally reinitiate the interrogation after an invocation, Miranda exceptions, and how courts handle Miranda violations. .............................. COST FOR EACH OFFERING: $149 TO ATTEND TWO OFFERINGS: $298 The cost includes the latest edition of the Search & Seizure Survival Guide. REGISTRATION INFORMATION: Register online at bluetogold.com PAYMENT INSTRUCTIONS: Make checks payable to BLUE TO GOLD, and mail to 1818 West Francis Avenue, #101, Spokane, Washington 99205 For more information, call 702-472-7513 More
Starts Starts: 2/25/2020 8:00 AM
Sessions Session: 1
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Instructor: Detective Frank Matthews, New York Police Department (ret.) This two-day course is designed specifically for the unique needs of law enforcement personnel and will teach the attendees the skills necessary to optimize the management of their stress level in their professional and personal lives. Learn the positive and negative effects of the human “Stress Response” on the modern Law Enforcement Officer, including: -- how to deal with the continuous threat of ambush (the most extreme level of stress). -- how to maintain the optimal level of stress arousal and remain in “The Tactical Zone.” -- why excessive use of force is linked to hyper stress and discover how to prevent it. -- how to achieve enhanced situational awareness through stress management. -- how to identify, address, and manage the debilitating and unique stressors of a career in Law Enforcement. Attendees will be taught proven tactics, and hands-on methods, to manage and mitigate stress. This training is facilitated by decorated NYPD Detective Frank Matthews, who has served as a respected Stress Management educator at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital for over 18 years. More
Starts Starts: 12/3/2019 9:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 2
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This class will begin with an introduction to the way the DHS/ICE and CBP targets the smuggling of contraband into the United States. Class discussion will demonstrate how electronic intelligence collected by the DHS/ICE and CBP can be used by other law enforcement agencies to assist in broadening the scope of their investigative cases. Also discussed will be various methods of concealment used by smugglers within sea cargo, air cargo, and the air passenger environment. Threats to the law enforcement officer from the smuggling of chemical, biological and nuclear weapons will also be addressed. Instructor: Daun White, Supervisory Special Agent Homeland Security Investigations More
Starts Starts: 11/12/2019 9:00 AM
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The CDC estimates the current prevalence of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in the United States at 1 in 68, with New Jersey reported as having the nation's highest rate at 1 in 45. It is critical that officers have ample knowledge of ASD as they are likely to encounter those with the disorder in the course of public safety efforts, crime prevention and response, and general community interactions. This course supplements the New Jersey Developmental Disabilities Awareness Training for NJ First Responders which is mandated by Public Law 2008, Chapter 80. Participants will obtain comprehensive information about individuals with ASD including communication, social skills, sensory issues, unpredictable responses, meltdowns, self-injurious behaviors, aggression, reduced understanding of danger, and more. The presenters will provide strategies for interacting and responding to calls related to those who may have this disorder, methods to address safety challenges, and tools to develop community relationships to aid in the prevention of negative outcomes and injuries. Topics will include recognizing characteristics of ASD; personal and community safety; modified response techniques; neglect, abuse, bullying, and harassment; crisis intervention; transportation, travel, and vehicular safety; medical emergencies; search and rescue, and emergency management. Instructors: Adrienne Robertiello, Autism Educator, Children's Specialized Hospital Officer Joseph Carratella, Elizabeth Police Department More
Starts Starts: 12/16/2019 9:00 AM
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PREREQUISITE: Basic Spanish I for Law Enforcement/Patrol Officer Encounters With The Latino Community This two day course is a continuation to the Law Enforcement Encounters With The Latino Community/Basic Spanish I course. It is designed to provide students with the opportunity to review and explore more in detail the materials provided in Basic Spanish I, with an emphasis on the correct pronunciation and use of key phrases used in a wide variety of scenarios. Additionally, students will spend the majority of class time dealing with scenarios in Spanish which will challenge students to control and handle simple calls for service. MANDATORY MATERIALS: Students should bring book and material from Basic Spanish I / Law Enforcement Encounters with the Latino Community . Students should also review prior material before class. Attire: Uniform/Professional More
Starts Starts: 10/1/2019 9:00 AM
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Case Law Update for Canine Handlers is a course that is part of the training for canine handlers and is sponsored by the Union County Sheriff. The course includes instruction on recent search and seizure cases, as well as a review of cases that apply specifically to canine handlers in the context of narcotics investigations, other criminal investigations, correctional facilities, explosives and school searches. The course is designed to give canine handlers a thorough understanding of case law so that when they are called for assistance, they can effectively assess the legality of using a canine partner to participate in the investigation. Past attendees include officers from the New Jersey State Police, the New Jersey Department of Corrections, the Federal Park Police (assigned to patrol Liberty State Park), and dozens of county and municipal officers. Instructors: Assistant Prosecutor Julie Peterman, Union County Prosecutor's Office and Sergeant Brian Howarth, Union County Sheriff's Office More
Starts Starts: 9/27/2019 9:00 AM
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REGISTER DIRECTLY WITH PROVIDER NOTE: It is strongly recommended that students attending this course complete the Cellebrite Mobile Forensics Fundamentals (CMFF) course or test out prior to attending. These two courses -- the two-day intermedia level Cellebrite Certified Operator (CCO) course and the three-day advanced Cellebrite Certified Physical Analysis (CCPA) Course -- will be held back-to back. The two-day Cellebrite Certified Operator (CCO) course is an intermediate level certification program which builds on the concepts from the CMFF course. This course is designed for those participants tasked with extracting data in a forensically sound manner using UFED Touch or UFED 4PC. This course aims to teach data extraction team members such as technically savvy investigators, digital forensic examiners, IT staff, internal affairs investigators, first responders and personnel designated to handle extraction of digital evidence how to perform extractions on a variety of devices. These extractions include logical, file system and physical extractions from mobile devices as well SIM cards, and external storage such as SD cards. Participants in this course will gain a basic understanding of how to open the extractions in Physical Analyzer software, conduct basic searches and how to create bookmarks and reports. The CCO course topics include Forensic Handling of Mobile Devices, to recognize legal considerations for seizing and searching devices, identify evidence handling procedures on scenes involving mobile devices, use UFED Phone Detective to identify a specific mobile device, recognize various locking mechanisms found on mobile devices, and practice applying best practices when seizing devices to a mock scenario; UFED Touch and UFED 4PC, including the components for the UFED Touch and UFED 4PC, how to license UFED technology; and update the firmware, Install UFED 4PC, and Configure UFED Touch and/or UFED 4PC; Cellebrite Extraction Methodology to Identify best practices for digital forensic extractions, Practice forensically sterilizing media, Complete SIM card extractions using UFED Touch/4PC, Conduct SD card extractions in a forensically sound manner, Use the UFED Touch/4PC and Physical Analyzer to conduct device extractions, Complete the removal of a passcode from a locked device using UFED Touch/4PC, and Describe how to use UFED Camera Services; Introduction to Analyzing User Data including Basic Physical Analyzer Configuration, Open extractions with Physical Analyzer, View data in Physical Analyzer, and Learn to bookmark items of interest; Reporting on Technical Findings including the fundamental elements of a report, reporting options within UFED Physical Analyzer, and creating a report based on evidentiary items. Participants are offered an optional certification examination at the conclusion of class. Successful completion of the exam results in a Cellebrite Certified Operator (CCO) certification credential. Successful course completion without attempting or passing the optional exam and skill challenge results in a certificate of attendance. Attaining the CCO certification credential, while optional, is a prerequisite for taking the Cellebrite Certified Mobile Examiner (CCME) test. Demonstration of mastery of these concepts is one of the prerequisites for students desiring to take the Cellebrite Certified Mobile Examiner (CCME) certification examination. Students considering the CCME certification credential are also required to complete the Cellebrite Mobile Forensic Fundamentals (CMFF) course or Cellebrite Mobile Forensic Fundamentals (CMFF) Test Out Option and the Cellebrite Certified Physical Analyst (CCPA) course. NOTE: It is strongly recommended that students attending the three-day Cellebrite Certified Physical Analyst (CCPA) course complete the Cellebrite Mobile Forensics Fundamentals (CMFF) course or test out, as well as the Cellebrite Certified Operator (CCO) course prior to attending. The three-day Cellebrite Certified Physical Analyst (CCPA) course is an advanced level program designed for technically savvy investigators, digital evidence analysts and forensic practitioners. As this course focuses on the analysis and advanced search techniques using UFED Physical Analyzer, participants will not be conducting extractions from devices in this course. UFED Physical Analyzer software will be used extensively to explore recovered deleted data, database contents, advanced search and analysis techniques, verification and validation, and reporting. The CCPA course content includes UFED Physical Analyzer Overview, including Installation of the Physical Analyzer and Translation Package; licensing options, and configuring, opening extractions, and view data in Physical Analyzer; Android Overview and Analysis including its history, understanding its popularity, Android hardware, the OS and file system, key aspects of Android security, and the value of Android to investigators; iOS Overview and Analysis including the history of Apple iOS, understanding its popularity, Apple hardware, the Apple iOS and file system, and key aspects of Apple iOS security, and the value of Apple iOS to investigators; Advanced Functions including using the Open > Advanced function, Analyzing location information, Using the translation function, Wear Leveling and Garbage Collection, Conducting a byte search and manually bookmark data, Conducting searches for 7-Bit, and Using RegEx (regular expression) searches; Verification and Validation including verification and validation of data decoded within the Physical Analyzer tool; Plug-Ins and Chain Manager including its capabilities; Reporting of Technical Findings including reporting options within UFED Physical Analyzer, and Creating a report based on evidentiary items. Participants are offered an optional written examination and a practical skills test at class conclusion. Successful class completion without attempting or passing the optional examination and skills test results in a Cellebrite Physical Analyst Certificate of Completion. Successful completion of the Cellebrite Certified Physical Analyst (CCPA) examination and practical skills test results in a Cellebrite Certified Physical Analyst Certification credential. Demonstration of mastery of these concepts is one of the prerequisites for students desiring to take the Cellebrite Certified Mobile Examiner (CCME) certification examination. Students considering the CCME Certification credential are also required to successfully complete the Cellebrite Mobile Forensic Fundamentals (CMFF) course or Cellebrite Mobile Forensic Fundamentals (CMFF) Test Out Option and the Cellebrite Certified Operator (CCO) course. REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS: Register online at https://www.cellebritelearningcenter.com/local/catalog/?reopen=5040 For more information, call Hope Laipply at 1-973-206-7765 or email Hope.Laipply@cellebrite.com More
Starts Starts: 1/6/2020 8:30 AM
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Instructor: DSGT Stephen Urbanski, New Jersey State Police Missing Persons Unit Reports of missing and/or abducted children can be among the most difficult, challenging and emotionally charged cases experienced by an officer or an agency. This course is designed to assist patrol officers, detectives and supervisors with their response to an investigation of missing or abducted persons. The main focus of the course is that of a missing and/or abducted child. This course will cover patrol officer, detective and supervisor responsibilities during the initial response, AMBER Alert, the role of the Child Abduction Response Team (CART), interviewing, neighborhood canvass, roadblock canvass, search, recovery, sources of information and includes three abduction case studies. This course will also provide law enforcement with information to assist with the investigation and search for missing persons with special needs including Autism, Alzheimer?s and Dementia. More
Starts Starts: 9/27/2019 12:30 PM
Sessions Session: 1
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Instructor: DSGT Stephen Urbanski, New Jersey State Police Missing Persons Unit Reports of missing and/or abducted children can be among the most difficult, challenging and emotionally charged cases experienced by an officer or an agency. This course is designed to assist patrol officers, detectives and supervisors with their response to an investigation of missing or abducted persons. The main focus of the course is that of a missing and/or abducted child. This course will cover patrol officer, detective and supervisor responsibilities during the initial response, AMBER Alert, the role of the Child Abduction Response Team (CART), interviewing, neighborhood canvass, roadblock canvass, search, recovery, sources of information and includes three abduction case studies. This course will also provide law enforcement with information to assist with the investigation and search for missing persons with special needs including Autism, Alzheimer?s and Dementia. More
Starts Starts: 11/25/2019 9:00 AM
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REGISTER DIRECTLY WITH PROVIDER Instructor: Andrew A. DeMuth Jr., Manager, CODIS Compliance Unit, New Jersey Division of Criminal Justicement This two-hour presentation will provide an overview of the New Jersey DNA collection program with updates on the new law requiring DNA collection for certain disorderly persons offenses, including: 1. An Overview of the New Jersey and National CODIS Program and How it Can Help Your Agency 2. The Four Times DNA Collection is Required in New Jersey 3. Why CODIS and DNA Collection Should be a Consideration During Every Arrest 4. Demonstration of How to Collect a DNA Sample 5. Four Ways to Research if an Offender’s DNA is Already in the Database 6. The Process When You Receive a DNA Hit Letter 7. Breakdown of the New Disorderly Persons Collection Law and the Process for Collection Attire: Uniform / Professional Cost: No Charge. REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. To register, email the following information to codisunit@njdcj.org with “CODIS TRAINING” in the subject box. You will receive a confirmation email. -- Date and location of the session you will be attending -- Name and Rank of each officer attending -- Agency of each officer attending -- Email address of each officer attending -- Phone number of each officer attending You will receive a confirmation email. If you have any questions, please contact (609) 292-1439. More
Starts Starts: 9/19/2019 10:00 AM
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email the requested information to codisunit@njdcj.org with “CODIS TRAINING” in the subject box.
Certain police procedures carried out as part of normal investigations, police stops and questionings can easily be misunderstood by citizen residents, and can therefore result in confrontation and dispute. These misunderstandings in turn can escalate into various levels of criminal offenses which otherwise were not the purpose of the original stop and investigation. Union County Human Relations Commissioners agreed that steps needed to be taken to forestall these scenarios from occurring whenever possible. In Spring 2000, amidst a national controversy surrounding events that sound much like today's headlines about Feruson, North Carolina, and Miami, the Union County Human Relations Commission and law enforcement community developed the four-session Police & Teens Together (PATT) Program, and since then have delivered it at every Union County high school with excellent results and documented success. The simple format provides an open forum for teens and police to share concerns and upsets, ask questions, exchange viewpoints, and "trade places" in a dynamic role play scenario that delivers impactful results in a fun-filled educational setting, with the benefits of the students sharing their "lessons learned" with classmates, friends and family. Officers who deal with juveniles, community policing and school resource officers are invited to learn how to implement this user-friendly program in your high schools, to increase the level of respect and cooperation and add "voices of reason" that can be heard in your schools and community. Instructors: Lt. Theresa Gazaway and Sgt. Dennis Carovillano, New Providence Police Department; Karen E. Positan, Assistant Public Information Officer, Union County Prosecutor's Office & Union County Human Relations Commissioner More
Starts Starts: 11/13/2019 9:00 AM
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