|Below 100 Intensive and Below 100 Instructor||12/11/2013 8AM - 5 PM||Date: 12/11/2013 |
Morning Session: High Level Overview Program
Attend Morning and Afternoon Session to become a Below 100 Instructor
Registration Deadline: 12/06/2013
Instructor/Vendor: Below 100
Presenters: Roy Bethge and Eric Dickinson
Description: Over the course of the last ten years, more than 150 law enforcement officers, on average, have died each year in the line-of-duty. Law enforcement is a dangerous profession and there will always be line-of-duty deaths at the hands of evil people. Unfortunately, too many officer deaths are due to "accidents" attributable to otherwise preventable circumstances. In fact, the number of deaths due to accidents has actually been higher in some years than the number of deaths due to felonious assault.
This 8 hour presentation includes the High Level Overview program and an afternoon Train-the-Trainer portion which will equip trainers to conduct risk assessments, examine policy and make changes if necessary, and present the Below 100 program within their own agencies. Students will be provided with all related materials, including the High Level Overview and supporting items.
Topics to be addressed include the following: - Challenges inherent to police culture and effecting organizational change - Wearing of seat belts and maintaining safe vehicle speed - Wearing body armor - The Power of What's Important Now (W.I.N.) - The threat of complacency - Basics of the Below 100 PowerPoint presentation
Contact: Sgt. David Ritter
Phone: (608) 849-2661
|Glock Armorer||12/12/2013||Date(s): 12/12/2013 |
Registration Deadline: 11/27/2013
Instructor/Vendor: Glock Professional, Inc. USA
Training Site Location: Dane County Law Enforcement Training Center
5184 STH 19 Waunakee, WI.
Description: 1-day (class time 8am-5pm) Glock Armorers course for both new and re-certifying armorers. Class will cover the "Safe Action" System, unloading and clearing, field stripping and reassembly, detailed disassembly and reassembly of the slide and receiver, trigger configurations, sight adjustments, magazine disassembly, diagnostics and trouble shooting, and Gen4 procedures and parts. Students will have the opportunity to disassemble and reassemble the entire pistol numerous times. Upon completion the student will receive a 3-year armorer certification from Glock.
REGISTRATION MUST BE THROUGH GLOCK.
On-line registration required at http://www.glocktraining.com
Facility questions:Sgt. David Ritter 608-849-2661 or email@example.com
Contact: Deputy Kelly Rehwoldt
Phone: (608) 849-2663
Internet Address: http://www.glocktraining.com
|Medical Tactics for Law Enforcement||12/16/2013 9AM - 5PM||Date: 12/16/2013|
Registration Deadline: 12/09/2013
Description: It is very likely that the contemporary officer will find himself/herself confronted with the need to provide life saving maneuvers while at the same time making tactical decisions. It is not reasonable to expect the best in decision making from police officers without providing them with the necessary training. This Medical Tactics Course in an eight hour practical and didactic training module designed to give officers the mindset and skills necessary to asses and manage trauma in tactical situations. Designed by Dr. Andrew Dennis, Cook County Trauma Surgeon and Police Veteran, Medical Tactics for Law Enforcement is the first course of it's kind developed specifically for patrol officers with little or no prior medical training.
Phone: (800) 272-0432
Internet Address: www.medicaltactics.com
|Street Crimes Seminar||1/13/14 -1/15/14||Dates: 01/13/2014 - 01/15/2014|
Registration Deadline: 01/09/2014
Description: Very unique and contemporary training presented through lectures and state of the art multimedia creation. Street Crimes Instructors have over 25 years of street experience and are able to blend their many unique experiences in Patrol, Gang Crimes, Undercover work, SWAT and Federal Task Forces to create the fastest growing law enforcement training program in the country. Topics include: Deadly Force/ Police Involved Shootings, Conducting effective street interviews and stops for patrol officers and investigators, Surveillance tactics, Developing criminal intelligence for all levels of law enforcement, Conducting successful gang and drug related cases, Car traps and hidden compartments being used by today’s gangs and drug dealers, plan search warrants and high risk raids, Important officer safety issues for both on and off duty situations, Homeland Security issues.
Register on line at http://www.streetcrimes.com
For facility questions contact Sgt. David Ritter at 608-849-2661 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Dan Sampila
Phone: (800) 275-4915
Internet Address: www.streetcrimes.com
|SWAT Command Decision-Making and Leadership||Date(s): 01/20/2014 - 01/24/2014||Date(s): 01/20/2014 - 01/24/2014|
Registration Deadline: 01/06/2014
Cost: NOTA member tuition $661.00. Non member $716.00 (includes 1 year membership)
Instructor/Vendor: National Tactical Officers Associations (NTOA)
Training Site Location: Dane County Law Enforcement Training Center
Description: This course is designed to expose police SWAT Team commanders and supervisors to contemporary SWAT issues, tactics and procedures. Topics include major incident debriefs; leadership issues; justifying SWAT; the use of SWAT teams; SWAT standards and professionalism; contemporary SWAT issues and concerns; SWAT and the media; selection, training, discipline and removal of supervisors and team members; crisis negotiations teams, tactical operation centers; operations planning; weapons and equipment selection; legal issues overview; critical incident management; barricade and hostage procedures; warrant service planning and procedures; and response to active shooter situations.
Registration Register on line at www.ntoa.org/training_calender.php or call 800-279-9127 ex2.
Course Number: 20140260
Host contact Sgt. Tom Sankey 608-333-5547 email@example.com
Phone: (800) 279-9127 Ext. 2
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org link
Internet Address: http://www.ntoa.org/training_calender.phpnew link
|Power Point for Public Safety||06/09/2014 - 06/10/2014||Date(s): 06/09/2014 - 06/10/2014|
Registration Deadline: 06/02/2014
Instructor/Vendor: Police Technical - Michael Warren
Description: PowerPoint® for Public Safety™ is designed to assist all public safety personnel become more efficient and proficient with PowerPoint®. 95% of our students report they are “self-taught” in PowerPoint, most say they “use it pretty well”, but almost all report “they’re not using it to its full potential”. PowerPoint® for Public Safety™ address this need by providing the critical skills needed to effectively present information in a variety of settings including: the Academy, in-house/in-service training, public meetings, courtroom, and executive briefings. This course has been presented at Administrative, Communication, Executive, Forensic, Homicide, Instructor, Intelligence, Investigation, Narcotic, Prosecution, and Tactical conferences for 15 years.
Prerequisites: Register with Police Technical at http://www.trainingregistration.org/register.php?id=1206&c_id=18.
Students should bring a laptop with PowerPoint.
Facility information: Contact Sgt. David Ritter at email@example.com or 608-849-2661. Students should bring a laptop with power point.
Contact: T Manson
Phone: (812) 232-4200
Internet Address: https://www.trainingregistration.org/register.php?id=1206&c_id=18
|Force Science Certification Course||07/28/2014 - 08/01/2014 ||Provider: Dane County Sheriff's Office |
Date(s): 07/28/2014 - 08/01/2014
Instructor/Vendor: Force Science Research
Training Site Location: Madison Area Technical College
1701 Pearson St., Madison, WI
Map URL: http://goo.gl/maps/aJOUY
Description: The Force Science Certification Course instructs: How to analyze controversial uses of force; Skills to help determine whether an officer is being honest when the officer swears the recollection of an incident is true...even though the account conflicts with forensic evidence; Techniques for helping officers accurately and thoroughly recall details of force encounters; Why a site visit and/or video review may or may not be advisable before a statement; how long it really takes officers to start-and stop-shooting; and much more! Attendees who successfully complete the program will be certified in "Force Science Analysis" by Force Science. This designation attests that the holder has been trained to recognize and articulate important psychological, biological, and physiological factors that can influence human behavior and memory in force encounters and pursuit situations.
Tuition Information: This course actually costs $1,500. WisDOJ Training & Standards Bureau is sponsoring this event and will provide $1,000 scholarships to Wisconsin officers. See website below.
Contact: Glenn Rehberg
Phone: (608) 266-7783
Internet Address: https://wilenet.org/secure/html/training-events/conference/fsrc/index.htm