General Descriptions of Instructor Positions
The FLETC hires instructors to teach a variety of courses and specialty
areas. This listing provides a general idea of the types of
Effective techniques of
interviewing witnesses, victims, and suspects; recognizing stress
sources and employing appropriate coping mechanisms to deal with stress.
Computer & Financial Investigations:
Detection and combating computer crimes and crimes where the computer
is used by criminals to further illegal enterprises.
Anti-terrorism, physical security, officer safety and survival.
Basic and advanced vehicle
dynamics involving highway response, skid control, and defensive
informants, conducting surveillance, executing search warrants, working
under cover operations, radio communications, note-taking and report
writing, operational and patrol skills.
Use of revolvers, semi-automatic
pistols and shoulder weapons utilizing safe handling, proficient
employment and justifiable use of weapons.
Forensics and Investigative Technologies
Techniques in fingerprinting, description and identification of
persons, law enforcement photography, collection and preservation of
physical evidence, narcotics identification, rape investigation, and
Fundamentals of the Constitution and
the Bill of Rights as they relate to investigations, detention, arrest,
searches, and seizures.
Marine law enforcement
operations, water navigation rules of the road, mechanical trouble
shooting, pursuit, intercept, boarding and searching, and the use of
weapons on a boat.
Arrest techniques, self-defense, emergency medical procedures, water survival, physical conditioning.