State and Local Law Enforcement Training Symposium (In-Service)Up one level
The State & Local Law Enforcement Training Symposium (SLLETS) is a 5 day training symposium that offers dynamic workshops for sworn law enforcement officers from state, local, rural, tribal and territorial agencies. These highly requested courses are taught by subject matter experts from the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers. The training offered in the SLLETS is state certified and counted towards continuing educational units. Below is the list of specialized training tracks that will be available for the upcoming training:
Track 1-Leadership Through Understanding Human Behavior
This 3-day Course is designed to introduce supervisory law enforcement personnel to Target Training International's behavioral style analysis model DISC. The DISC model is widely used in management training around the world. Law-enforcement managers will learn that DISC is the universal language of observable human behavior. Just knowing and watching people can prove its validity. During this introduction to the DISC model the student will be exposed to the language of DISC and how they can use DISC to better know themselves, enhance communications, enhance their knowledge of others basic needs and provide their subordinates with a working climate for motivation.
Track 2-Law Enforcement Driving Skills
This training course is designed to reinforce the techniques of the Law Enforcement Emergency Vehicle Operation (LEEVO) through hands-on training and demonstration. The student will be required to respond to a law enforcement emergency response situation. The student will initiate an emergency response with full emergency equipment and radio communication. The student will demonstrate the proper evasive driving techniques while avoiding all road hazards and properly clearing intersections. The emergency response will ultimately result in a pursuit situation. The student must demonstrate the basic fundamentals to safely control a vehicle at all times, but especially while in a pursuit situation. The knowledge gained, along with the techniques and skills learned during this course of training, will help the law enforcement agent/officer read the road, plan ahead, and safely operate a law enforcement vehicle while performing law enforcement-specific tasks.
Track 3-Advanced Interviewing for LEOs
This 3 day course will provide the students with an arsenal of methods and skills to use during the course of various interview and interrogation situations they will face on a daily basis. This training program will teach students how to obtain information effectively through various interview and interrogation methods, techniques and theory. The student will learn the advantages of effective verbal and non-verbal communication as well as ways to detect deception through verbal and non-verbal observations of others. Interview and interrogation theories will be presented along with various techniques of approaching different types of interview situations. These skills will help the students prepare for their real world cases.
Track 4-Crime Scene Investigations
This course is designed for qualified law enforcement officers, criminal investigators, crime scene technicians, and civilians who have a background in crime scene processing and investigations. The program offers the student many laboratory and crime scene exercises to become proficient in the location, documentation, collection, and preservation of physical evidence commonly encountered at a crime scene. The class culminates in an eight hour practical exercise where the students will investigate and document a crime scene utilizing the new skills and techniques acquired during the program.
Track 5-Commercial Vehicle Counterterrorism Training Program
Commercial Vehicle Counterterrorism Training Program (CVCTP). The program is currently exported to the federal, state, and local level and is currently 3 1/2 days in length. The program is designed to train law enforcement officers of the terrorist trends as it relates to commercial vehicles traveling on the Nation’s Highways and local jurisdictions and, how these vehicles are used to commit acts of terrorism, either as a weapon of mass destruction or through transportation of materials to further the cause of terrorist organizations. The CVCTP is unique in its design, recognizing that security of our highways and transportation infrastructure is accomplished by a cooperative effort of Federal, State, and Local law enforcement officers. This program is delivered with the assistance of the Domestic Nuclear Detection Office (DNDO).
Cost: Meals, lodging, and tuition is covered by the FLETC for qualified state and local law enforcement officers.
Length: 5 days
Prerequisites for Attendance
Qualified applicants must be full-time, sworn law enforcement peace officers.
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Training Dates and Other Items
- Glynco, GA -- Jan 13, 2014 to Jan 17, 2014
- Glynco, GA -- Jun 16, 2014 to Jun 20, 2014
- Glynco Course Schedule
- Charleston, SC -- Mar 10, 2014 to Mar 14, 2014
- Charleston, SC -- Aug 18, 2014 to Aug 22, 2014
- Charleston Course Schedule
- Artesia, NM -- May 19, 2014 to May 23, 2014
- Artesia, NM -- Jul 21, 2014 to Jul 25, 2014
- Artesia Course Schedule
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