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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 identity documents, and will take them to the next level of document fraud detection. False identity documents pose a major threat to national security and public safety. 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. 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 along with social security cards, green cards, Passports (US & Foreign) as well as International Driving Permits, Canadian and Mexican documents. Special instruction includes how to detect altered documents (titles). Instruction will include appropriate 2C statutes. The course materials include a free 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.



The instructor is retired as Coordinator from NJ MVC Fraudulent Document Training Unit after 35 years of service as a nationally recognized expert in document fraud. He was appointed to head the NJ Attorney General/MVC Document Fraud Taskforce in 2002. Certified N.J. police instructor. Certified expert witness in Federal and State courts. He has trained NYPD, Newark JTTF, NJSP, NY/NJ Port Authority Police, along with many Federal and Local police agencies in NJ/NY/PA. Mr. Vasil has successfully trained more than 16,000 law enforcement officers over the last 25 years.

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Starts Starts: 11/17/2022 9:00 AM
Sessions Session: 1
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For additional information, call 609.556.5203 or email jvasil1@verizon.net
The actions or non-responsiveness of people with autism are almost always misinterpreted by untrained individuals. Inappropriate social responses and non-contextual emotional outbursts, commonly seen in people with autism , can cause confusion at best and spark conflict in worst case scenarios. The inability to follow complex or even simple directions during an emergency or crisis situation can lead to serious injury or worse. Without training and awareness of this condition, tragic consequences often ensue when effected individuals come in contact with law enforcement. However, these contacts can often be easily resolved when the officers and professionals involved have the information they need to navigate what can be a complex situation. Research shows that persons with autism and other developmental disabilities are approximately seven times more likely to come in contact with law enforcement professionals than a member of the general population. Children and adults with autism now live, work, go to school and recreate in the community in increasing numbers. Law enforcement professionals and emergency services providers will have field interactions with the autistic population, their parents and care providers. the primary goal of this project is to make the general community a safer place for people with developmental disabilities. Specifically, this training will: *Make law enforcement officers (LEO) and first response professionals aware of the condition of autism, its symptoms, and the characteristics commonly seen in individuals who are affected. *Provide information to enhance better recognition of a person with autism and response methods for officers in filed situations. *Identify public safety risks for people who have autism, predictable contacts and 911 dispatches. *Explain the problems that a higher functioning person with autism may have in criminal justice situations. *Provide LEO with behavioral de-escalation techniques and restraint and arrest options. *Provide methods for law enforcement agencies to proactively work with individuals with autism, their families, and advocacy organizations and apply tolerance and public relations skills when doing so. About the Presenter: Gary Weitzen is the Executive Director of POAC Autism Services and a certified law enforcement instructor. he comes to POAC with 20 years if experience in the risk management field. He is a Maters Level safety and education expert with over fourteen years of experience in special needs program provision and education. In addition to his duties at POAC, he worked for an autism program teaching like skills to adults with autism for 13 years. Mr. Weitzen currently serves on the New Jersey Governor's Council for Biomedical Research. In the past appeared on virtually every major network and local news station as an expert on autism and had given presentations to tens of thousands of people across New Jersey. MR. Weitzen has three children. His eldest son Christopher has autism. He has been a passionate advocate of children and adults with autism for well over a decade. More
Starts Starts: 9/8/2022 9:00 AM
Sessions Session: 1
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The actions or non-responsiveness of people with autism are almost always misinterpreted by untrained individuals. Inappropriate social responses and non-contextual emotional outbursts, commonly seen in people with autism , can cause confusion at best and spark conflict in worst case scenarios. The inability to follow complex or even simple directions during an emergency or crisis situation can lead to serious injury or worse. Without training and awareness of this condition, tragic consequences often ensue when effected individuals come in contact with law enforcement. However, these contacts can often be easily resolved when the officers and professionals involved have the information they need to navigate what can be a complex situation. Research shows that persons with autism and other developmental disabilities are approximately seven times more likely to come in contact with law enforcement professionals than a member of the general population. Children and adults with autism now live, work, go to school and recreate in the community in increasing numbers. Law enforcement professionals and emergency services providers will have field interactions with the autistic population, their parents and care providers. the primary goal of this project is to make the general community a safer place for people with developmental disabilities. Specifically, this training will: *Make law enforcement officers (LEO) and first response professionals aware of the condition of autism, its symptoms, and the characteristics commonly seen in individuals who are affected. *Provide information to enhance better recognition of a person with autism and response methods for officers in filed situations. *Identify public safety risks for people who have autism, predictable contacts and 911 dispatches. *Explain the problems that a higher functioning person with autism may have in criminal justice situations. *Provide LEO with behavioral de-escalation techniques and restraint and arrest options. *Provide methods for law enforcement agencies to proactively work with individuals with autism, their families, and advocacy organizations and apply tolerance and public relations skills when doing so. About the Presenter: Gary Weitzen is the Executive Director of POAC Autism Services and a certified law enforcement instructor. he comes to POAC with 20 years if experience in the risk management field. He is a Maters Level safety and education expert with over fourteen years of experience in special needs program provision and education. In addition to his duties at POAC, he worked for an autism program teaching like skills to adults with autism for 13 years. Mr. Weitzen currently serves on the New Jersey Governor's Council for Biomedical Research. In the past appeared on virtually every major network and local news station as an expert on autism and had given presentations to tens of thousands of people across New Jersey. MR. Weitzen has three children. His eldest son Christopher has autism. He has been a passionate advocate of children and adults with autism for well over a decade. More
Starts Starts: 9/8/2022 1:00 PM
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Basic Crash Investigation – 2 weeks

This course is the basic training that will teach officers the proper techniques for recognizing and properly recording damage that occurs when motor vehicles collide. It also covers gathering critical evidence that may be used to reconstruct a crash at a later date. Related topics include information from people, roads and vehicles. This course is designed for new officers or officers assigned to a traffic bureau. There are some basic math formulas taught and officers enrolled should have basic algebra skills and will need a scientific calculator.

Students will need a scientific calculator (cell phone use as a calculator is prohibited), a compass, a flex curve and a 360 degree protractor.

Each Agency is limited to 2 Officers for this class.

*For more info they can go to the NJDHTS website.

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Starts Starts: 9/12/2022 8:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 10
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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

Course Cost: Out-of-County Personnel: $30.00 per person.
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Starts Starts: 9/22/2022 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: 7/18/2022 9:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 5
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Instructor: Penn State University's Justice & Safety Institute

Budgets are one of the most important development tools an agency can use. There are many challenges related to planning, managing, and presenting a department budget. A department's ability to reduce crime and improve services can be negatively impacted by a lack of funds. The Budgeting for Law Enforcement Agencies course will provide police departments with the ability to address external concerns, such as fighting new crimes, along with internal concerns, such as training officers and purchasing new equipment, which are directly correlated to constructing and managing the phases of your budget. The Penn State Justice and Safety Institute (JASI) is pleased to work with our co-sponsor, to offer this two-day course. This program combines lectures with demonstrations that will help participants to understand, develop, present, and manage an agency budget. This course is highly interactive and is applicable work-based training. Participant learning is reinforced through the extensive use of hands-on individual and team exercises during the course. Note that effective budgeting skills will allow you to advocate for the funds that your department needs, and also to ensure that those funds are deployed wisely. All of our courses are instructed by current practitioners or recently retired executives. Key concepts and topics include, but are not limited to, the following: Understanding your Budget including Budgetary systems: types and applications Developing your Budget including budget terms, framework, and structure Planning, pricing, controlling, evaluating, and monitoring budget Building a budget Analyzing past budgets and Planning new budget and costs Managing and Monitoring your Budget, including factoring for maintaining and developing capacity, while considering recruitment, retention costs, and community and Presenting your Budgeting including acquiring needed skills to present to decision makers in a very tight economy.

Attire: Uniform/Professional

Cost: $398.00 per person

TO REGISTER

Download 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.

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Starts Starts: 10/3/2022 8:30 AM
Sessions Sessions: 2
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Download Registration Form at www.jasi.outreach.psu.edu.
•A seven day course of instruction which focuses on the documentation and processing of a crime scene. Topics covered include: crime scene photography, proper evidence collection, latent print recovery, evidence processing techniques, bloodstain recognition/documentation and shooting scene documentation. The course will include both lecture and hands on exercises. Students are expected to bring their own photography equipment including: camera, flash, Macro lens and tripod. More
Starts Starts: 10/13/2022 9:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 7
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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.
W/FATS Tuesday, October 18, 2022.

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
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Starts Starts: 10/17/2022 8:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 5
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CIT-NJ is offering an 8-hour course for Tele-Communicators. This is approved by CIT staff & the State of NJ 9-1-1 Office of Emergency Telecommunications for 8 CTE. The course is an effort to improve collaboration within the CIT program and build partnerships with police, mental health, and family members who’s loved one experiences a mental health crisis.

REGISTER ONLINE AT: 
http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07ej8hryrf535eb2cd&llr=lw9yi7pab&showPage=true


For more information, contact Director Edward Dobleman, CIT-NJ Center of Excellence. 856-522-0639 ext #105

EMAIL edobleman@mhaswnj.org



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Starts Starts: 8/15/2022 8:00 AM
Sessions Session: 1
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CIT-NJ is offering an 8-hour course for Tele-Communicators. This is approved by CIT staff & the State of NJ 9-1-1 Office of Emergency Telecommunications for 8 CTE. The course is an effort to improve collaboration within the CIT program and build partnerships with police, mental health, and family members who’s loved one experiences a mental health crisis.

REGISTER ONLINE AT: 

http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07ej8hsj3m646cf27a&llr=lw9yi7pab&showPage=true


For more information, contact Director Edward Dobleman, CIT-NJ Center of Excellence. 856-522-0639 ext #105

EMAIL edobleman@mhaswnj.org



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Starts Starts: 8/17/2022 8:00 AM
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The Penn State Justice and Safety Institute (JASI) is pleased to partner with our co-sponsor to present this intensive three-day Grant Writing course. It is undeniable that we are being asked to accomplish more with less direct funding. Successfully obtaining grants and foundation awards is a way to get funding needed for equipment, services, and staffing.

Our hands-on program can help participants gain the information and skill sets necessary to find, apply for, win, and manage grants and foundation awards. Please bring a laptop and an idea of a grant that you would like to apply for. You will have an opportunity to develop and present a grant application with instructor feedback.


This program addresses the following critical topics:


Define a grant and where and when to seek funding

Determine the goal and specific project to fund

Determine and define the objective of your grant proposal

Write a clear and concise project narrative/executive summary

Create clearly defined categories of funds requested

Develop a grant application budget with project costs and expenses

Establish a project evaluation to determine success and outcome

Summary exercise to develop and present a draft grant application

***REGISTRATION FOR THIS CLASS MUST BE DONE THROUGH THE PENN STATE SITE***

Registration is now available and can be accessed by clicking through the PDF or by visiting our website: https://jasi.psu.edu/cjpt/upcoming-classes/grant-writing-10/



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Starts Starts: 12/5/2022 8:30 AM
Sessions Sessions: 3
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*Registration via Penn State Justice & Safety Institute Website ONLY..

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.

Designed for frontline supervisors and middle-level managers, this three-day workshop offers intensive training in the skills that supervisors need most to capably manage and supervise in the arena of contemporary policing environments. As police environments, managerial practices and effective policing approaches change, so does supervision. The responsibilities and demands facing police supervisors are daunting. New employees have different value systems, workplaces and communities are increasingly diversified, and the expectation for problem-solving has been pushed downward while the risk of liability has increased.

The program instructors are uniquely qualified teachers whose backgrounds combine academic know-how and professional experience as command officers in law enforcement agencies. They have taught both nationally and internationally.

Tuition: $499.00
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Starts Starts: 9/12/2022 8:30 AM
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Download Registration Form at www.jasi.outreach.psu.edu. 814-863-0079 jasiInquiry@outreach.psu.ed
Intermediate Latent Fingerprint Examinations

This five-day, 40 hour course is designed for criminal justice 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/introductory comparison class and have some experience with fingerprint examinations. 

*It is mandatory to bring a magnifying loop and ridge counter.

Topics of Discussion include:

ACE-V Methodology
Impression orientation
Sufficiency decisions
Exclusion decisions
Palm print comparison
Distortion
Examination documentation



Sergeant Adrian Gardner, CLPE

Union County Sheriff’s Office
Crime Scene Unit
10 Elizabethtown Plaza 1st Floor
Elizabeth, NJ 07207

Desk: 908-527-4031
Cell: 908-499-1714

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Starts Starts: 10/24/2022 9:00 AM
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INTRODUCTION TO FRICTION RIDGE EXAMINATIONS This course serves as a primary level of training for criminal justice personnel who may work with fingerprints. This 56 hour course is designed to introduce students to the history, science, development, classification and comparison of fingerprints. Students will be exposed to terminology, concepts and accepted methodologies. A majority of the course will be spent examining latent fingerprints and comparing them to known exemplars. Practical exercises will accompany each lecture to reinforce the covered topics. This is an introductory class and no prior fingerprint training or experience is necessary to attend. Students are required to bring a magnifying loop and ridge counter to class each day. More
Starts Starts: 8/25/2022 9:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 7
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