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REGISTER DIRECTLY WITH PROVIDER This course is open to UNION COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT AND MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS ONLY. Established in Memphis in 1988, CIT is an innovative police based first responder program that has become internationally known as the ?Memphis Model, providing law enforcement based crisis intervention training to help individuals suffering from mental illness. CIT is typically based in the patrol division of the police department. In addition, CIT works in partnership with those in mental health professions to promote collaborative efforts to create and sustain more effective interaction among law enforcement, mental health providers, individuals with mental illness, and their families. CIT has been shown to help reduce the stigma of mental illness. Most significantly, CIT has been shown to reduce injury and death to both officers and individuals with mental illness. Topics of instruction include recognizing and responding to mental illness, de-escalation techniques, tactical skills when words don?t work and legal issues such as warrantless entry under emergency aid and community caretaker function and officer responsibility/liability under the psychiatric screening law. TO REGISTER: EMAIL REGISTRATION TO mobrienjd@gmail.com 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: 3/1/2021 8:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 5
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REGISTRATION -- EMAIL mobrienjd@gmail.com Name/Rank, Agency, email and all contact information
REGISTER DIRECTLY WITH PROVIDER This course is open to UNION COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT AND MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS ONLY. Established in Memphis in 1988, CIT is an innovative police based first responder program that has become internationally known as the ?Memphis Model, providing law enforcement based crisis intervention training to help individuals suffering from mental illness. CIT is typically based in the patrol division of the police department. In addition, CIT works in partnership with those in mental health professions to promote collaborative efforts to create and sustain more effective interaction among law enforcement, mental health providers, individuals with mental illness, and their families. CIT has been shown to help reduce the stigma of mental illness. Most significantly, CIT has been shown to reduce injury and death to both officers and individuals with mental illness. Topics of instruction include recognizing and responding to mental illness, de-escalation techniques, tactical skills when words don?t work and legal issues such as warrantless entry under emergency aid and community caretaker function and officer responsibility/liability under the psychiatric screening law. TO REGISTER: EMAIL REGISTRATION TO mobrienjd@gmail.com 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: 6/7/2021 8:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 5
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REGISTRATION -- EMAIL mobrienjd@gmail.com Name/Rank, Agency, email and all contact information
REGISTER DIRECTLY WITH PROVIDER This course is open to UNION COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT AND MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS ONLY. Established in Memphis in 1988, CIT is an innovative police based first responder program that has become internationally known as the ?Memphis Model, providing law enforcement based crisis intervention training to help individuals suffering from mental illness. CIT is typically based in the patrol division of the police department. In addition, CIT works in partnership with those in mental health professions to promote collaborative efforts to create and sustain more effective interaction among law enforcement, mental health providers, individuals with mental illness, and their families. CIT has been shown to help reduce the stigma of mental illness. Most significantly, CIT has been shown to reduce injury and death to both officers and individuals with mental illness. Topics of instruction include recognizing and responding to mental illness, de-escalation techniques, tactical skills when words don?t work and legal issues such as warrantless entry under emergency aid and community caretaker function and officer responsibility/liability under the psychiatric screening law. TO REGISTER: EMAIL REGISTRATION TO mobrienjd@gmail.com 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: 10/4/2021 8:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 5
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REGISTRATION -- EMAIL mobrienjd@gmail.com Name/Rank, Agency, email and all contact information
REGISTER DIRECTLY WITH PROVIDER This course is open to UNION COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT AND MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS ONLY. Established in Memphis in 1988, CIT is an innovative police based first responder program that has become internationally known as the ?Memphis Model, providing law enforcement based crisis intervention training to help individuals suffering from mental illness. CIT is typically based in the patrol division of the police department. In addition, CIT works in partnership with those in mental health professions to promote collaborative efforts to create and sustain more effective interaction among law enforcement, mental health providers, individuals with mental illness, and their families. CIT has been shown to help reduce the stigma of mental illness. Most significantly, CIT has been shown to reduce injury and death to both officers and individuals with mental illness. Topics of instruction include recognizing and responding to mental illness, de-escalation techniques, tactical skills when words don?t work and legal issues such as warrantless entry under emergency aid and community caretaker function and officer responsibility/liability under the psychiatric screening law. TO REGISTER: EMAIL REGISTRATION TO mobrienjd@gmail.com 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: 12/6/2021 8:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 5
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REGISTRATION -- EMAIL mobrienjd@gmail.com Name/Rank, Agency, email and all contact information
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Field Training Officer 
*COURSE WILL BE TAUGHT VIRTUALLY, PLEASE CONTACT PROVIDER WITH ANY FURTHER QUESTIONS.

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
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Starts Starts: 12/9/2020 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
PREREQUISITE: Microsoft Word I (Basic). Microsoft PowerPoint I (Basic) a plus. This course is intended for officers who will require Police Training Commission (PTC) certification to instruct in the Basic Police Recruit Academy and/or who will be instructing PTC-governed in-service training classes. It is a student-participatory course designed to develop an understanding of learning principles, performance objectives, purpose and structure of lesson plans, effective use of training aids, student testing and evaluation. Mandatory Materials: Please bring to class a ScanDisk camera card (at least 8G) for your recorded presentations, and a 4G USB flash drive. 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). More
Starts Starts: 12/1/2020 9:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 6
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REGISTER DIRECTLY WITH PROVIDER presented by Connell Consulting LLC REGISTRATION -- RESERVE SEATING BY EMAIL: railpace@comcast.net Agency PO or check to: Connell Consulting LLC 257 Oak Ridge Road Clark, New Jersey 07066 FAX: 732-388-4984 EMAIL: railpace@comcast.net When enacted in 2002, the Open Public Records Act (OPRA) was designed to provide greater access to government records maintained by public agencies. This one-day course is designed as a practical, knowledge-centered curriculum for police officials, records clerks, and other government officials designated as record custodians. With a combined experience of 65 years in the law enforcement profession, these veteran instructors provide practical advice on a wide range of Open Public Records Act (OPRA) topics including Title 47, Definition of Government Records; Common Law Doctrine vs. Statutory Doctrine; Executive Orders 9, 11, 69, 123, 21 and 26; Role and function of the GRC; synopsis of selected GRC rulings; OPRA fees and related litigation: Fee shifting; Records redaction: DARM Records Retention Schedule; Time Constraints: Three Thresholds; Privacy Issues: Connell?s Gatekeeper Theory; OPRA?s 24 exemptions from disclosure; Civil/Administrative Liability for police, records custodians, government supervisors and law enforcement executives; OPRA requests -- citizens and the media, and special topics including 9-1-1 tapes, Use of Force forms, Taped phones at headquarters, Emails, Cameras in cars, MDT?s, School bus routes, OPRA vs. Discovery; Case Law (Bent vs. Stafford and new! Alfano vs. Margate City), NJ Press Shield Law 2A:84a-21. NOTE: Municipal Clerks: Approved for 6 CEUs by the NJ Division of Local Government Services. All others approved for 4 CEUs. DLGS - Connell - 1 Attire: Uniform / Professional. Instructors: Robert O'Leary, Esq., Union County Executive Assistant Prosecutor and Public Information Officer for the Union County Prosecutor?s Office (ret.) Chief Denis E. Connell, Ed.D., Former Public Information Officer, custodian of Police Records and Chief of the Clark Police Department (ret.) More
Starts Starts: 12/15/2020 9:00 AM
Sessions Session: 1
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REGISTER BY EMAIL to railpace@comcast.net For more information 732-713-4449
REGISTER DIRECTLY WITH PROVIDER. presented by Connell Consulting LLC REGISTRATION -- RESERVE SEATING BY EMAIL: railpace@comcast.net Agency PO or check to: Connell Consulting LLC 257 Oak Ridge Road Clark, New Jersey 07066 FAX: 732-388-4984 EMAIL: railpace@comcast.net ALSO: If you have not already done so, please CREATE AN ONLINE ACCOUNT on this website. Modern technology offers the media immediate access to breaking events in real time. The First Amendment guarantee of a free press is a bedrock principle of American democracy. Government officials have an obligation to provide the media with accurate information under the rule of law. Relevant materials gathered over decades of experience will provide each student with a practical, commonsense approach to guide the student through the day-to-day interaction with media representatives. This one day seminar is designed as a practical, knowledge-centered curriculum for those tasked with managing agency relations with the media including police and civilian public information officers, prosecutors, police chiefs and command staff, mayors and business administrators, fire and EMS commanders. Topics include Title 47, privacy issues, OPRA requests, interagency collaboration during multijurisdictional incidents, juvenile information (2A: 4A-60), domestic violence records and information (2C: 25-33), the ?no comment? minefield, bloggers as journalists, NJ Press Sheild Law (2A:84a-21), common law vs. statutory doctrine, exemptions from disclosure, and civil/administrative liability. Instructors: Robert O?Leary, Esq., Union County Executive Assistant Prosecutor and Public Information Officer for the Union County Prosecutor?s Office (ret.) and Chief Denis E, Connell, Ed.D., Former Public Information Officer, custodian of Police Records and Chief of the Clark Police Department (ret.) More
Starts Starts: 12/10/2020 9:00 AM
Sessions Session: 1
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REGISTER BY EMAIL railpace@comcast.net CALL 732-713-4449
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