Recognize signs and symptoms of stimulants, hallucinogens, opiates, marijuana, alcohol, depressants, inhalants, dissociative anesthetics, and various drug combinations. Examine current drug trends and the legal considerations related to drug investigations.
Define and review the philosophy of community oriented policing. Discuss the four procedural justice/fair and impartial policing principles used for building effective relationships between citizens and law enforcement. Uncover strategies, tactics, and behaviors to: demonstrate dignity and respect for all, provide everyone with a voice, maintain neutrality and transparency, and earn and keep trust with those you serve.
Explore strategies to enhance collaboration between law enforcement agencies and the community to reduce crime and improve community quality of life. Practice working in organized problem solving teams to develop an action plan using community policing principles to address specific public safety threats in your community.
Conference Theme "Protecting Our Children Through Prevention and Response". Join other law enforcement and school personnel to address school violence and youth victimization concerns through the use of crime prevention and response strategies. Examine the impacts of trauma on youth and effective strategies for working with students experiencing mental illness and learning disabilities.
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Learn the basics of standard interior intrusion sensors and systems, how to wire sensor devices to a typical alarm panel, and how to design and install an alarm and video surveillance system. Explore one of the following options on the last training day: 1.) basic lock picking principles 2.) interior-based, hands-on, exterior alarm, sensor defeat techniques training; or 3.) physical security focusing on locking devices, residential security, glazing material options and trouble shooting of video systems.
Join us for Campus Response to Sexual Assault to learn the basic current requirements (Title IX and Clery Act) and best practices for managing sexual violence cases on college campuses. Training is offered as a one-day workshop or two-day training for law enforcement first responders and campus administrators or investigators.
Explore strategies to plan effectively for sustainability. Identify factors that may impact sustainability such as turnover, changes in leadership, finances, and resource allocation. Create a plan to address these factors.
Examine community violence types, warning signs, and root causes. Develop a community threat assessment team and explore prevention resources. Examine how schools and youth provide a foundation for resilience, prevention, and violence reduction. Identify community, justice, and culture-based solutions and create an action plan tailored to your community violence prevention needs.
Discuss basic concepts and strategies of Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED). Explore effective situational crime prevention strategies to enhance public safety. Conduct security assessments through practical field exercises. Examine lessons learned in active shooter events and various principals in effective active shooter and threat response.
Examine common issues faced by law enforcement and service providers when encountering a person in crisis. Review methods to prevent or intervene in a crisis situation in which mental illness is a factor, including de-escalation and communication techniques. Identify presenting symptoms of various types of mental health disorders including mood disorders, psychotic disorders, borderline personality disorders, and anxiety disorders. Explore basic methods of assessing presence of suicidal intention and three alternative intervention strategies. Discuss the lifelong impact that trauma has on individuals such as veterans, abused and neglected children, domestic violence survivors, and individuals impacted by historical trauma. Review trauma-informed care approaches.
Examine the most common failures in critical incident response and learn a proven methodology to quickly stabilize and organize these events. Explore a 4-step critical incident response plan that has been successfully implemented in hundreds of criminal, man-made and natural disasters throughout the country. Discuss and develop a fundamental plan to successfully handle critical incidents on campus.
Discover methods that tribal leaders, law enforcement, social services and others can use to reach youth in the community. Learn the latest technology, social networking and communications tools to prevent crimes against children, provide educational resources, report crime, locate and recover victims of exploitation and abductions.
Review the 7-step approach to drug influence and identification which includes pulse, horizontal gaze nystagmus, vertical nystagmus, lack of convergence, pupillary comparison, pupil reaction and Romberg stand. Gain understanding in how the eyes react to drug influence and the effects on the central nervous system. Practice what you have learned using hands-on activities. As a law enforcement or parole/probation officer, you will gain the skills you need to recognize impairment caused by the most abused drugs or alcohol in Indian Country.
Examine best practices in establishing or enhancing multi-jurisdictional partnerships to combat public safety challenges and improve community quality of life. Discuss the benefits of sharing resources and services across jurisdictional boundaries. Review successful outcome examples resulting from Memoranda of Understanding or Memoranda of Agreement.
Review pre-incident indicators and characteristics of active shooters. Examine relevant case studies and proactive skills to assist you in better preparing and responding to active shooter scenarios. Discuss tips that will assist in the development or enhancement of an emergency plan for your school, department, or organization.
Built on evidence-based principles, this culturally competent training curriculum supports law enforcement in building strong community relationships, enhancing interactions with youth, and creating effective interventions to divert at-risk and minority youth from the justice system. Improving procedural justice efforts in the juvenile justice system offers an unmatched return-on-investment for local law enforcement agencies.
The National Criminal Justice Training Center of Fox Valley Technical College has partnered with the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice to ensure that the State of Florida remains at the forefront of emerging national juvenile justice issues.
Discuss the cultural elements of effective procedural justice enhancement efforts. Explore root causes of delinquency and effective strategies to reduce disproportionate minority contact including diversion techniques, detention reduction, community based alternatives and positive youth interaction. Identify methods to develop and conduct a successful community youth forum for engaging the entire community in enhancing procedural justice.
Creating and maintaining safe communities requires collaboration to develop strategies that effectively address public safety concerns such as alcohol and substance abuse, child abuse, juvenile delinquency, domestic violence, crime and other threats. The Regional Community Safety Summits will discuss key public safety issues impacting tribal communities and how these concerns can be addressed through community policing, inter-agency collaboration, and multi-jurisdictional partnerships.
Identify opportunities to use social media in your community policing efforts. Explore the benefits and risks of using social media. Develop a social media strategy that will be the most effective for your own community policing efforts.
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