TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES

K9 MONTHLY INSERVICE TRAINING

Every Thursday 1800-2200

 

Locations will vary and each week will focus on one discipline - Detection or Patrol-contact - DEPUTY KYLE SCHAEFER HCSD for more information call - 317-353-7852 or click the email link below. 

INSTRUCTOR DEVELOPMENT TRAINING

OCTOBER 12th-16th 0800HRS-1700HRS

LOCATION: Brownsburg Police Training Facility

 

Applicants must have a minimum of THREE years of full-time service and be basic course certified.

 

Class size is limited and officers must be present each day for the entire session.

CLASS IS FREE FOR ALL REGISTERED CILETC MEMBERS..NON MEMBER RATE IS $250 PER OFFICER

TACTICAL VEHICLE COMBATIVES

NOVEMBER 2nd 0800-1600

LOCATION: BROWNSBURG POLICE TRAINING FACILITY 

Tactical Vehicle Combatives- Officers attending this course will be challenged both mentally and physically to their limits. Officers will be forced to make shoot or don't shoot decisions while overcoming fatigue and a stressful training atmosphere. Officers will be subjected to fighting and shooting during this course, in dynamic and realistic scenario based training. This course will require the student to bring 250 rounds of target ammunition for their duty weapon.

ADVANCED STOPS INSTRUCTOR TACTICAL LIVE FIRE COURSE

November 6th 0800-1600

 

LOCATION: BROWNSBURG POLICE TRAINING FACILITY

 

Potential Students attending this training must be certified Strategies & Tactics of Patrol Stops Instructors. This advanced level class will be both physically and mentally challenging and the STOPS Instructor will need to overcome multiple obstacles to win the battle.

STOPS Instructors will engage in numerous force on force scenarios that will challenge the officer to perform well under pressure in order to survive the threat. STOPS Instructors also will need to overcome physically demanding scenarios which end in live fire overcoming threats both inside and outside of vehicles.

 

Our goal is for all STOPS Instructors skill set to be razor sharp, and we challenge all STOPS Instructors to push themselves to be the tip of the spear. Being the 1%'er that will bring the others back requires you to challenge yourself to be your best, and this class will help you accomplish this goal.

CRITICAL INCIDENT STRESS MANAGEMENT - C.I.S.M.

NOVEMBER 11th – 13th, 2020

LOCATION: BROWNSBURG POLICE DEPARTMENT

 

 

The Training: This three-day course is designed to teach peer support crisis intervention skills to public safety officers. It is a specialized acute emergency mental health intervention course used throughout the United States by law enforcement and Public Safety agencies. This training requires specialized instruction developed and supported by the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation. As physical first aid is to surgery, crisis intervention is to psychotherapy. This three-day seminar will provide the participant with the training, knowledge and skills necessary to provide this “psychological first aid” to co-workers and others affected by critical incidents as well as the long-term effects of post-traumatic stress.

 

The core curriculum is designed to teach participants the fundamentals of, and a specific protocol for, individual crisis intervention and several of the internationally accepted group crisis interventions. The de-escalation techniques taught in the individual peer support portion of the training is applicable to dealing with highly emotional/agitated individuals encountered on the job. Participants will be able to critically identify the multi-component approach to crisis intervention strategies in the aftermath of a critical incident. Large scale events will also be discussed.

 

This training session is taught by ICISF (International Critical Incident Stress Foundation) certified instructors. Trainees will receive two certificates for successful completion of this training. An ILEA training roster is available upon completion. Course fees include all workbooks, certificates and training.

 

Questions about the course should be directed to Jerry Baker: 317-407-3802 or email @ jwbaker@iupui.edu .

 

Questions contact; Jerry W. Baker jwbaker@iupui.edu

 

UNDERSTANDING POLICE USE OF FORCE - THE REAL RULES

November 23rd, 2020

Location: Brownsburg Training Facility

 

 

Understanding Police Use of Force - The Real Rules

 

This course is designed for department policy makers, physical tactics instructors, firearms instructors, administrative officers, patrol supervisors, command staff, internal affairs officers, police officers, and attorneys that are involved in use of force cases.

 

 

Course Description:

 

“The Supreme Court has expressly stated that if a law enforcement officer has the authority to conduct a seizure, he/she has the authority to use force or the threat of force to accomplish that mission. Further, the Court has ordered that any analysis of a police use of force must be conducted per the Fourth Amendment’s ‘objective reasonableness’ standard. Unfortunately, research continues to show that officers may be prone to hesitate in reasonable use of force, even when faced with a significant threat. This seminar discusses the problem in light of some of the misunderstandings regarding the standard of law, improper training and misguided policies which attempt to minimize the threat of civil litigation – all of which have been identified as counterproductive to proper threat perception and appropriate response. Attendees will be exposed to a model which can assist both officers and civilians in conceptualizing reasonable response to threat per the direction of the United States Supreme Court in Graham v. Connor, 490 U.S. 386 (1989).”

 

 

Course Instructed by Use of Force Expert Witnesses : Robert Black and  Ron Hantz, or Indiana Law Enforcement Academy Staff Attorney Tim Cain.

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