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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: 12/4/2018 9:00 AM
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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: 6/6/2019 9:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 2
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A Contemporary Challenge: Understanding and Meeting The Needs of Transgender Students in Accordance With The NJ Law Against Discrimination, Title IX, and Best Practices (Transgender Training For Educators: Understanding/Meeting Student Needs) Rutgers Room 330 on the UC Vo-Tech Campus, 1776 Raritan Road, Scotch Plains SNOW DATE: Wednesday, January 9, 2019 PDUs will be given Presenter: Dr. Paula Rodriguez Rust, Spectrum Diversity LLC A Training for Professionals in the Field of Education including Administrators, Teachers, ABS/ABCs, CSTs, SSTs, Guidance and Counseling Professionals, Psychologists, and Social Workers Rapid social and legal changes have brought the needs of transgender students to the forefront in the challenge to create school climates that are respectful and inclusive of all students. This challenge faces schools at all grade levels, because gender identity is established for most people before age 3, and, in the wake of greater public awareness, transgender children and youth are being identified at younger ages. This training will provide educational professionals at elementary, middle, and high school levels with information, understanding, and strategies for addressing the needs of transgender students, including strategies for implementing relevant laws and policies, and responding to staff, student, and parent concerns and questions. The training includes: Accurate terminology and conceptual understanding, including the distinction between sex, gender identity, and gender expression, and variety in gender identification including gender fluidity, non-binary, and gender non-conforming (GNC) youth; the transition process, including social, medical, and legal aspects of transitioning from living in one’s assigned gender to living in accordance with one’s gender identity; strategies for educating students and parents; risk of suicide and homelessness among transgender youth; applicability of the New Jersey Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights (HIB), the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination, and Title IX; implementation issues, e.g., locker rooms, educational records, and athletics; student confidentiality; strategies for creating a school climate that is safe and welcoming for transgender students; and age-appropriate curricula and educational resources. SPACE IS LIMITED. ONLINE REGISTRATION ONLY: https://Stamler.GoSignMeUp.com COST: $79 Registration cancellations must be received by 4:30PM on Friday, December 21. 2018. After that date, if you are registered and do not attend, you will be invoiced and must submit payment. Substitutions will be permitted if we are notified before the class begins at 8:30AM. Please note: If your school district has an outstanding invoice from prior training, you will not be allowed to register until the account is settled. ATTIRE: Uniform/Professional REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS: ONLINE PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED at https://Stamler.GoSignMeUp.com If you already have created an account but cannot access it, DO NOT CREATE A SECOND ACCOUNT! For assistance, call 908.889.9028 or 908.889.6112. COUNTY: EDUCATORS: Your COUNTY is EDUCATOR. Scroll down! DO NOT SELECT UNION COUNTY! DEPARTMENT: Select from populated list of school districts. DO NOT SELECT POLICE DEPARTMENT! RANK: Your title. STREET ADDRESS: Enter school/district name AND address. DATE OF APPOINTMENT: Type in 01/01/1976 TRAINING OFFICER: Supply your Principal or Superintendent information CHIEF: Supply your Superintendent name and email address. Select DIRECTOR. PAYMENT INFORMATION: Make check or money order payable to UCPO Police Academy Training Account, and mail to John H. Stamler Police Academy, 1776 Raritan Road, Scotch Plains, NJ 07076. More
Starts Starts: 1/7/2019 8:30 AM
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REGISTER DIRECTLY WITH PROVIDER 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: 3/25/2019 8:00 AM
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TO REGISTER: EMAIL REGISTRATION FORM TO mobrienjd@gmail.com; FAX 908-537-0873
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: 10/7/2019 9:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 5
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This course will explore recent developments in the area of arrest, search and seizure, as applied in the state of New Jersey. The search and seizure component of the course will emphasize the developments in automobile searches in New Jersey, as well as other recent court decisions. The arrest component of the course will address recent New Jersey decisions on arrest practices and Miranda requirements. Because this course involves a case law update, it is recommended for law enforcement officers of any experience level seeking information on how recent decisions from New Jersey courts affects how they do their jobs. PLEASE NOTE: This course is the morning session of the full-day NARCOTICS course. Seats for the morning session will be assigned as available once the NARCOTICS course registration is finalized. More
Starts Starts: 3/26/2019 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: 11/30/2018 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: 12/5/2019 9:00 AM
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REGISTER DIRECTLY WITH PROVIDER. Field Training Officers train and evaluate career candidates in preparation for solo duty in law enforcement, corrections, EMS, and communications. Our Basic 3 day school will provide the new FTO with the tools necessary to train and evaluate career candidates during the field training process. NJNAFTO's Basic FTO School is a nationally recognized school for preparing experienced officers for a career in field training. The San Jose Model, Reno Model, and Modified San Jose Model are discussed. The course focuses on the FTO themselves, and how they can improve their interpersonal and instruction skills to increase trainee retention. The classes incorporate a variety of learning activities, including group work, case law review, and video scenarios. This 24 hour class covers such topics as Intro to FTO, Adult Learning, Generational Leadership, Standardized Evaluations Guidelines, Ethics, Equal Opportunity Employment, Civil Liability, and Officer Safety. Built on a foundation of Generational Communication and Leadership, each block of study is directed at the Field Trainer and ways to improve their teaching, work product, and approach to today’s new Officer in Training. Information includes motivating different generations of trainees, career survival for the FTO, liability pertaining to evaluations, as well as 21st Century Policing and CALEA standards and expectations. Attire: Uniform/Professional Cost: $150 Checks payable to National Association of Field Training Officers. Mail to 7942 West Bell Road, Glendale, Arizona 85308. REGISTER ONLINE at www.njnafto.org. For additional information, please email jsmith@njnafto.org. More
Starts Starts: 2/19/2019 8:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 3
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Basic Internal Affairs Training is a three-day course developed for county and municipal police departments. The course will provide comprehensive instruction in all aspects of the internal affairs function and the Attorney General’s Internal Affairs Policy and Procedures. Who should attend: All county and municipal police officers recently assigned to the internal affairs function. Veteran investigators may also benefit from the course. Instructors: Law Enforcement Solutions LLC. About the instructors: Dermot O’Grady retired from the Division of Criminal Justice as an assistant attorney general following 27 years of service. Mr. O’Grady served as deputy director in DCJ, acting county prosecutor and director in the Office of State Police Affairs. Mr. O’Grady is a co-author of the Attorney General’s Internal Affairs Policy and Procedures. Lawrence Evans retired from the New Brunswick Police Department as a Captain following 25 years of service. Mr. Evans also served for 15 years with the Division of Criminal Justice. He left in 2017 after serving as administrator of the Police Training Commission. REGISTRATION IS LIMITED. Attire: Uniform/Professional More
Starts Starts: 3/5/2019 8:00 AM
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The Introduction To Fingerprint Identification course will introduce criminal justice personnel to the science of latent fingerprint examinations. Students will be exposed to terminology, concepts and accepted methodologies necessary to become a latent fingerprint examiner. A majority of the course will be spent examining latent fingerprints and comparing them to known exemplars. Students will begin the course using magnifying loops and then will transition to using comparison software. Although this is a basic class, it is recommended that the student has completed an introduction to the science of fingerprints class or has some prior training or experience in latent fingerprint examinations. Topics of discussion include: History and Science of Fingerprint Examinations; ACE-V methodology; Sufficiency decisions; Orientation clues; Documentation and note taking; Palm print recognition; and Comparison Software. MANDATORY EQUIPMENT: A magnifying loop; Ridge counter Location: The first three days of the course will be held at the John H. Stamler Police Academy; the last two days will be held at the Union County Sheriff’s Office Training Facility (5 Elizabethtown Plaza, Elizabeth/7th Floor.) Attire: Uniform / Professional More
Starts Starts: 5/13/2019 9:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 5
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PLEASE NOTE: Knowledge of the Spanish language or culture is not a prerequisite for this course. Officers attending this course will learn tactics, techniques and communication skills that are essential when interacting with members of the Hispanic community. The ability to verbalize and understand the body language of Spanish and Latin American cultures is an essential tool when faced with vehicle stops, arrest procedures, conducting investigations, diffusing confrontations and jail/correctional environments. Upon completion, students will be familiar with words, phrases and non-verbal actions that could indicate whether an encounter has escalated beyond the routine. Attire: Uniform/Professional Cost: Out-of-county Personnel: $110. Union County Personnel: $20. Cost includes course materials. More
Starts Starts: 5/21/2019 9:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 3
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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: 11/26/2018 9:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 2
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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: 9/23/2019 9:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 2
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Officers will learn basic bicycle patrol techniques in this course. Instruction will include safe bicycle operation, laws governing bicycles as vehicles, nomenclature, riding techniques, defensive cycling, nutrition, first aid, fitness, equipment repair and maintenance. Students will demonstrate competency through practical application of basic riding skills. PLEASE NOTE: This course requires a moderate amount of physical activity. Anyone with health concerns should consult their physician before attending. Please be advised that anyone who cannot keep up will be dismissed from the class to ensure the safety of the instructor, that officer, and all course participants. Mandatory Equipment: Mountain bike (duty bike preferred) with foot retention device; approved ANSI and/or Snell bicycle helmet; shatter resistant eye protection; a pair of bicycle gloves; water bottle. Mandatory Attire: Appropriate duty uniform (bike pants/shorts) or shorts (weather permitting), rain gear (optional), polo shirt, sweatshirt, sweatpants, lightweight pants, sneakers or low top boots, riding shoes (optional) and a pair of latex gloves. Cost: Out-of-county Personnel: $150. Union County Personnel: No charge. Checks payable to: UCPO Police Academy Training Account. More
Starts Starts: 6/3/2019 9:00 AM
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