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REGISTER DIRECTLY WITH PROVIDER PREREQUISITE: Successful completion of 40-hour Crisis Intervention Training. PRIORITY WILL BE GIVEN TO UNION COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT AND MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS. This class is for certified CIT officers. It will focus on the unique issues involved in responding to youth with mental health issues and other special needs. In addition to recognizing signs and responding to symptoms of mental health issues in juveniles, this class will examine the role the internet and other media has on susceptible youth. Instructors: Dr. Anthony D’Urso, Psy.D. Lt. Abdul Williams, Linden Police Department Maureen O’Brien, Esq., Union County Prosecutor’s Office (ret.) Attire: Uniform/Professional TO REGISTER: EMAIL REGISTRATION FORM TO mobrienjd@gmail.com; FAX 908-537-0873 EMAIL REGISTRATION TO mobrienjd@gmail.com OR FAX REGISTRATION TO 908-537-0873. Include: Name...Rank or Title...Police Department/Agency Name...Business Address ...City, State, Zip...Telephone ...Cell Phone...FAX...Email Address. APPROVED BY First Name ...Last Name ...Rank or Title...Telephone.Cell Phone...Email. More
Starts Starts: 3/9/2020 8:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 2
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TO REGISTER: EMAIL REGISTRATION FORM TO mobrienjd@gmail.com; FAX 908-537-0873
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
Sessions Session: 1
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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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Register online at bluetogold.com
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: 11/19/2020 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
Sessions Session: 1
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presented by Blue Courage Blue Courage: The Heart and Mind of the Guardian is a two-day, transformational process that focuses on the human development of law enforcement professionals. Participants will reignite a sense of passion, purpose and commitment to the nobility of the profession, awaken their moral compass and the courage to do what is right, and improve decision-making skills under pressure. The course aids in the development of an organizational culture of learning, critical thinking, tolerance, and curiosity. The goal is personal and cultural transformation through institutionalizing the heart-set, mind-set, skill-set and tool-set of our officers and their leaders. The course explores foundations, police culture, nobility of policing, respect, reflections and takeaways, resilience, and hope as it pertains to operational readiness, positive psychology, wisdom, health and wellness, and embracing our own legacy. More
Starts Starts: 6/15/2020 9:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 2
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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
Sessions Sessions: 5
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Detectives and officers will be taught a comprehensive overview of crime scene documentation and processing. Students will focus on the functions of a digital camera including evidentiary photography, images to submit into AFIS, and proper scene documentation for court purposes. This will be done concurrently with instruction on evidence recognition, collection and packaging. The importance of bloodstain patterns and shooting trajectory will also be discussed. Each step of instruction will be followed with hands-on practical exercises to demonstrate student’s ability.

REQUIRED EQUIPMENT: Each officer is REQUIRED to bring the following equipment to class:
--  A Digital SLR Camera
--  a separate flash unit for the camera
--  at least 1 memory card
-- a tripod
-- the instruction manuals for the camera and equipment.
While a digital camera is preferred, if unavailable, the student will be allowed to bring:
-- a 35mm SLR camera capable of manual operation
-- a dedicated flash
-- a tripod
-- the instruction manuals for the camera and equipment.

PLEASE NOTE: There will be one evening class.

Attire: Business Casual. Dress code will be observed.

Cost: Out-of-county Personnel: $240. Union County Personnel: No Charge.
Checks payable to: UCPO Police Academy Training Account.

PLEASE NOTE:
THE POLICE ACADEMY CONTROLS THE REGISTRATION FOR THIS COURSE.
THE COURSE REGISTRANT WILL BE NOTIFIED OF WAITLIST ONLY STATUS UNTIL CONFIRMED BY THE POLICE ACADEMY SEVERAL WEEKS PRIOR TO THE COURSE START DATE. You can register multiple officers for this training.  However, based upon demand for the course, the Police Academy reserves the right to limit one officer per agency if necessary.  
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Starts Starts: 12/4/2019 9:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 8
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Detectives and officers will be taught a comprehensive overview of crime scene documentation and processing. Students will focus on the functions of a digital camera including evidentiary photography, images to submit into AFIS, and proper scene documentation for court purposes. This will be done concurrently with instruction on evidence recognition, collection and packaging. The importance of bloodstain patterns and shooting trajectory will also be discussed. Each step of instruction will be followed with hands-on practical exercises to demonstrate student’s ability.

REQUIRED EQUIPMENT: Each officer is REQUIRED to bring the following equipment to class:
--  A Digital SLR Camera
--  a separate flash unit for the camera
--  at least 1 memory card
-- a tripod
-- the instruction manuals for the camera and equipment.
While a digital camera is preferred, if unavailable, the student will be allowed to bring:
-- a 35mm SLR camera capable of manual operation
-- a dedicated flash
-- a tripod
-- the instruction manuals for the camera and equipment.

PLEASE NOTE: There will be one evening class.

Attire: Business Casual. Dress code will be observed.

Cost: Out-of-county Personnel: $240. Union County Personnel: No Charge.
Checks payable to: UCPO Police Academy Training Account.

PLEASE NOTE:
THE POLICE ACADEMY CONTROLS THE REGISTRATION FOR THIS COURSE.
THE COURSE REGISTRANT WILL BE NOTIFIED OF WAITLIST ONLY STATUS UNTIL CONFIRMED BY THE POLICE ACADEMY SEVERAL WEEKS PRIOR TO THE COURSE START DATE. You can register multiple officers for this training.  However, based upon demand for the course, the Police Academy reserves the right to limit one officer per agency if necessary.  
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Starts Starts: 6/8/2020 9:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 8
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presented by the Federal Bureau of Investigation This five-day course is designed to familiarize police officers with the current doctrine and theory of successful negotiation with individuals who are suicidal or in crisis, as well as the criminal, mentally ill, or fanatic hostage taker. Instruction stresses the goal of approach in dealing with the hostage taker. During the course, all officers are exposed to negotiation situations using practical problems. Students should be patrol officers or detectives who will act as negotiators during actual crisis situations. PLEASE NOTE: You can register multiple officers for this training. However, based upon demand for the course, the Police Academy reserves the right to limit one officer per agency if necessary. Priority will be given to Union County law enforcement agencies. More
Starts Starts: 1/27/2020 8:30 AM
Sessions Sessions: 5
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REQUIREMENT: Registrant must not have any medical restrictions. ** This is an active course which will require that the officer be in good physical health** This four-day course is designed specifically for the female law enforcement officer. This intense training will cover a broad array of arrest & control tactics from standing techniques to active ground fighting skills which maximize the officer’s ability to counter opponents of a larger size. Students will learn critical principles to help identify and survive an encounter with a violent combative suspect. Classroom instruction will cover realistic de-escalation concepts, identifying and understanding the anatomy of a fight, combative and survival mindset, fear management, and proper use of force. The curriculum also includes compliant handcuffing procedure, compliant suspect escorts, gaining compliance of passive resisting suspects, controlling active resisting suspects, takedowns, surviving an encounter with an active combatant suspect, stand up fighting skills, defense, weapon retention, active ground fighting skills, survival principles, escapes, Law Enforcement relevant submissions, handcuffing transitions, skills, and drills.       Mandatory Equipment: Duty Belt (No live firearms or ammo), Handcuffs, Boxing gloves or MMA Gloves, Towel, Water bottle Optional Equipment: Mouth Guard, headgear, focus mitts, Blue/Red training gun Attire: Gym clothes (BDU’s, Sweats, Rash Guards, or shorts & t-shirt are fine) More
Starts Starts: 12/9/2019 9:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 4
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REGISTER DIRECTLY WITH PROVIDER Field Training Officer presented by Penn State University’s Justice & Safety Institute Download the Registration Form at www.jasi.outreach.psu.edu. Completed registration forms can be faxed to 814-863-3108 or mailed to Penn State Justice & Safety Institute, The 329 Building, Suite 222, University Park, PA 16802. Phone: 814-863-0079 E-mail: jasiInquiry@outreach.psu.edu This powerful three-day program is designed to prepare officers for field-training responsibilities. The future of a police department is significantly impacted by the field training officer (FTO). The FTO is a vital member of the department, responsible for training new recruits and determining the viability of these recruits as law enforcement officers. When FTOs are properly trained, they can help make sound personnel decisions and avoid future performance and legal issues. Rather than using a previously formulated method of instruction, we teach what we believe to be the best of each method, and then allow trainees to devise their own program. This highly interactive class places an emphasis on imparting the knowledge and skills needed to properly train and mentor recruits for work as law enforcement officers. All of our courses are instructed by current practitioners or recently retired executives. Key concepts and topics include Elements of the Communication Process, Adult Learning Concepts, Concepts of Appraisal, Evaluating Training Performance, Ethical Issues, and Job-Task Analysis and Patrol Function. Tuition: $450 More
Starts Starts: 12/11/2019 8:30 AM
Sessions Sessions: 3
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Download Registration Form at www.jasi.outreach.psu.edu 814-863-0079 jasiInquiry@outreach.psu.ed
The PTC guideline requires an officer to prequalify on the first day with a shooting average of 95% over three consecutive HQC1 courses. Attending officers must be able to meet this standard, or, if not, will not be able to complete the course. This class, coupled with completing a Methods of Instruction course, will provide officers with the appropriate Police Training Commission mandated training to instruct and certify officers in the use and safe handling of firearms. Topics covered will include instructional methodology, firearms policy, testing and operation of a firearms range. FIRST DAY IS AT THE UNION RANGE! DIRECTIONS TO THE UNION RANGE can be found online at www.ucnj.org/policeacademy. MANDATORY EQUIPMENT: -- Duty handgun -- Belt Holster -- Shotgun -- Ballistic vest -- Eye and hearing protection -- Night qualification goggles -- Flashlight -- Approximately 30 FBI-Q targets (preferably Cardboard) -- 1000 rounds handgun ammunition -- 25 rounds 00 buck -- 5 rounds of rifled slugs --A folding sports chair --Food and drink for the Range days --If available, a canopy RANGE ATTIRE: Range wear/Uniform, Baseball Cap ACADEMY ATTIRE: Uniform/Business Casual REGISTRATION CONTROLLED BY THE POLICE ACADEMY PLEASE NOTE: The Police Academy controls registration for this training. You can register multiple officers for this training. However, based upon demand for the course, the Police Academy reserves the right to limit one officer per agency if necessary.  We will notify you several weeks prior to the course start date as to the status of your registration(s). Priority will be given to Union County law enforcement agencies. More
Starts Starts: 6/8/2020 8:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 5
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Instructor: Chief Paul Schultz, Chief of Public Safety for the City of Fort Morgan, Colorado Former Chief, Canon City, Colorado Police Department This three day training program is designed to provide practical and contemporary information to improve the effectiveness of Supervisory, Command and Executive level personnel in law enforcement agencies of less than 100 sworn personnel. Topics that are covered include management and leadership challenges that affect the 21st Century leader. This training course is designed for law enforcement personnel who want to improve their skills in managing and leading their agencies. Contemporary methods will be taught. Course content for the first two days will include: How to stretch your budget without increasing your budget; How to maximize grants; Liability prevention; How to increase morale; 21st century leadership; The 12 critical tasks that account for 90% of lawsuits; Free equipment resources; Free training resources; Career killers and how to prevent them; Avoiding votes of no confidence; New leadership ideas; The changing American work scene; and Intelligence-led policing. The third day will address: Recruitment and retention of police employees; Dealing with problem employees; How to assess and improve operations of small law enforcement agencies; new trends in internal affairs investigations; and preparing to be a Command Officer or Chief of Police. The Instructor -- Chief Paul Schultz -- has 47 years of law enforcement experience with the last 25 years as Chief in a small law enforcement agency. Chief Schultz is a nationally known instructor and is one of the most knowledgeable small law enforcement agency administrators in the United States today. He is the former Director of Colorado Peace Officer Standards and Training and former President of the Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police. He is an expert witness in the 10th Federal Court Circuit. He holds a Masters Degree in Administration of Justice and is a graduate of the FBI LEEDS, FBI LEEDA and the FBI Command College training programs and the PERF Senior Management Institute for Police. He has taught criminal justice at the graduate and undergraduate level for the past 30 years. More
Starts Starts: 6/3/2020 9:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 3
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