Fox Valley Technical College National Criminal Justice Training Center | Spring Training Guide
Spring training offerings from the National Criminal Justice Training Center at Fox Valley Technical College. Don't miss the SRO Conference with keynote speakers from Newtown, CT.
National Criminal Justice Training Center Fox Valley Technical College Connect with us! SPRING TRAINING Don’t miss the SRO Conference with keynote speakers from Newtown, CT! See page 3 for details. SRO Training Conference Q & A with Offi ffic cer Brandl Introducing New Courses CASOM Protecting Child dre en Online e for Prosecutors Critical Incident Response for K-12 Campus Safety NCJTC.org Training that works because we know what’s at stake. Simple Steps to Online Registration Visit NCJTC’s Training & Services website at www.ncjtc.org/training Find a class. View the upcoming training events and conferences to determine what best fits your training needs. Each scheduled training will feature a class number. NATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE TRAINING CENTER Training that works, because we know what’s at stake. NCJTC combines the skills and abilities of our expert instructors with the resources developed over our 20+ year history to provide training and technical assistance (TTA) throughout the United States and abroad. Our customers also receive ongoing support through our comprehensive criminal justice collaboration portal (www.ncjtc.org), which provides TO DATE, THROUGH GRANTS access to an array of AND CONTRACTS, WE HAVE TRAINED online training and resource materials. OVER 130,000 CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROFESSIONALS IN EVERY STATE AND NCJTC offers a wide range of TTA SEVERAL FOREIGN COUNTRIES. programs, including e-learning offerings with live, online combine cutting edge instructor-led and self-paced technologies and over 400 training, webinars, and highly trained instructors instructional video resources who are both active practiand tutorials. Our training and tioners and subject matter services are designed to meet experts. Our infrastructure, the needs of individuals, as resources and experienced well as agencies and organistaff support the delivery of zations. diverse and innovative training, specialized resourcNCJTC also has significant es, and onsite technical experience working in culturassistance to continually ally sensitive areas, such as meet the evolving needs of tribal communities. We tailor public safety and community our training and technical service professionals. The National Criminal Justice Training Center (NCJTC) is a nationally recognized leader in criminal justice training to professional organizations and communities across America. To date, through grants and contracts, we have trained over 130,000 criminal justice professionals in every state and several foreign countries. Our courses assistance to support rural as well as under-resourced communities and understand the importance of meeting our customers’ specific needs, rather than a “one-size fits all” approach. NCJTC partners with more than 50 organizations to provide training to federal, state, tribal and local criminal justice professionals and organizations. In addition, we conduct and support national and regional conferences, along with contract and cost-recovery training that can be hosted by individual agencies and tailored to achieve targeted goals and objectives. Our mission is to provide leadership and resources that support our customers‘ goals, strengthen their capabilities, and in general, promote safer communities. Connect with our training specialists today to put NCJTC’s expertise to work for you. Add to cart. Once you have identified a training, click on the register or class number link. This will bring you to NCJTC’s online registration system, hosted by Fox Valley Technical College. Click add to cart and then click check out. Complete registration. If you have never attended an NCJTC or FVTC training, follow the prompts to create a new account. If you have an existing account, sign-in using your student ID and password to complete your registration. Connect With Us Today! From registration questions to training curriculum development, our specialists are ready to assist you. With offices in New Hampshire, Washington DC, and Wisconsin, NCJTC's national presence ensures your needs are met promptly. Our office hours are 7:00 am – 6:00 pm Central Time. Connect with us today! (855) 866-2582 email@example.com facebook.com/ncjtc linkedin.com/company/ncjtc NCJTC PARTNERS WITH MORE THAN 50 ORGANIZATIONS TO PROVIDE TRAINING 1 | National Criminal Justice Training Center of Fox Valley Technical College Search Warrants, Affidavits and the Development of Probable Cause www.ncjtc.org/warrants This scenario-based training is designed for law enforcement officers and investigators with little or no experience writing search warrants or affidavits. Attend this training to gain a general understanding of the practical application of search and seizure law, as well as experience writing search warrants based on actual and hypothetical criminal investigations. Participants will be engaged and challenged to critically evaluate criminal investigations in order to determine when a search warrant is needed, how it should be constructed, and upon what basis it can be challenged. Each participant will write four or more search warrants before the conclusion of the training. This training is restricted to sworn law enforcement. Training Upon completion of this training participants will be able to: Objectives x critically evaluate the circumstances that require a search warrant x properly apply search and seizure law and articulate elements sufficient to establish probable cause in a written narrative, taking into consideration the requirements and restrictions of the 4th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and case law x write a well-constructed search warrant Cost Start 04-07-14 $225 per participant. End 04-08-14 Day(s) M Tu Time(s) 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Location Appleton, WI Class No. 90342 Hours 16 Crime Against Children in Indian Country Conference www.ncjtc.org/cacic Native American youth are impacted by unique and challenging threats that affect their physical and emotional development and wellbeing. This conference was formed in response to the often unmet needs of Native youth. The advisory/planning committee is made up of representatives from a wide range of tribal and non-tribal law enforcement, government, and social service agencies. An important goal of the conference is to strengthen relationships between various agencies, tribes, and states to promote a multi-disciplinary, multijurisdictional approach to serving Native young people. Sessions on diverse topics will provide you with the knowledge and tools you need to improve life in your community, using a comprehensive, collaborative approach. Training Upon completion of training participants will explore successful approaches to combat issues that affect Native youth, including: Objectives x domestic violence and substance abuse x suicide and depression x historical, physical, and emotional trauma x school violence, bullying, and gang activity x Internet and sexual predators Cost Start 04-08-14 $125 per participant. End 04-09-14 Day(s) Tu W Time(s) 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Location Baraboo, WI Class No. 94291 Hours 16 Comprehensive Approaches to Sex Offender Management (CASOM) www.ncjtc.org/casom The need for a comprehensive approach is recognized as the most effective way to manage sex offenders within communities, to develop effective public policies that will promote public safety, and to respond effectively to the needs of victims of sexual crime. This two-day training program will cover the history of sex offender laws and management; understanding the sex offender and comprehensive approaches; sex offender risk assessment and classification; sex offender registration, notification, monitoring and enforcement; treatment and supervision; and juvenile sex offenders. Training Upon completion of this training participants will be able to: Objectives x dispel common myths about adult sex offenders and juveniles who commit sexual offenses x identify the five principles and six components of CASOM x identify the key factors of a victim-centered approach Cost Start 04-22-14 05-22-14 $320 per participant. End 04-23-14 05-23-14 Day(s) Tu W Th F Time(s) 8:00 am - 5:00 pm 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Location Plano, TX Madison, WI Class No. 96394 96408 Hours 16 16 x describe the role of community education in assisting victims x identify risk factors and risk assessment instruments x describe treatment and supervision strategies Visit www.NCJTC.org for additional training information and to register online! | 2 Ohio Law Enforcement Administrative Professionals Training Conference www.ncjtc.org/ohleap The Ohio Law Enforcement Administrative Professionals (OHLEAP) Conference offers a variety of training sessions designed specifically for Ohio's civilians in law enforcement. The OHLEAP committee strives to educate, motivate and inspire those who attend this conference, and introduce you to people who are "walking in your shoes." Training Attend this training conference to: Objectives x receive the latest guidelines on managing public records x gain techniques for providing legendary customer service x experience the power of networking Cost Start 05-08-14 $125 per participant. End 05-08-14 Day(s) Th Time(s) 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Location Grove City, OH Class No. 93293 Hours 7 American Indian Justice Conference www.ncjtc.org/aijc This conference offers tribes across the nation an opportunity to develop plans to enhance tribal systems while providing essential information on court development, drug and alcohol abuse strategies, SORNA Implementation, and other relevant topic areas. Join other tribal community justice professionals, practitioners and technical assistance providers to address multi-disciplinary and multi-jurisdictional approaches to the development of justice programs. Visit the website to learn more about the BJA pre-conference training held June 10. Training Conference goals were established by building upon past conferences and responding to recommendations of Bureau of Justice Objectives Assistance (BJA) grantees. These goals include: x building strong and sustainable tribal justice systems by highlighting strategies. x sharing details on tribal programs that have a positive impact in their community justice system. x providing information to tribal justice system personnel on topics such as court planning and development, diversionary court programs, traditional dispute resolution, justice system responses to alcohol and substance abuse, and emerging issues that are relevant to tribal justice system development. Cost Start 06-11-14 There is NO FEE to attend this conference; however, pre-registration is required. Financial assistance for travel and lodging may be available. Visit the conference website for additional information. End 06-12-14 Day(s) W Th Time(s) 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Location Seattle, WA Class No. 11109 Hours 13 School Resource Officer Training Conference www.ncjtc.org/sro This conference provides law enforcement and school personnel with information on issues impacting the safety of schools and communities today. Conference sessions focus on current trends in addressing school violence through crime prevention and response strategies, as well as emerging technologies in law enforcement. Training Upon completion of this training participants will be able to: Objectives x identify effective strategies to reduce the potential for crime and violence in schools x describe current trends and risks related to social media and technology, alcohol and substance abuse, and gangs x examine best practices and lessons learned in response to critical incidents x explore relevant case studies related to school safety and security Donâ€™t miss keynote speakers Sgt. James Thomas (Major Crime Scene Supervisor) and Lt. Paul Vance (Public Information Officer) from Connecticut State Police as they share lessons learned from the Newtown, Connecticut school shooting incident. Cost Start 06-16-14 06-18-14 $225 per participant; $175 per participant for groups of 3 or more. Groups may consist of a combination of 3 or more law enforcement and school personnel. Upon registration, each group member must identify school district affiliation. End 06-17-14 06-18-14 Day(s) M Tu W Time(s) 8:00 am - 4:30 pm 8:00 am - 12:00 pm Location Appleton, WI Class No. 10016 (individual); 10366 (group) Hours 18 3 | National Criminal Justice Training Center of Fox Valley Technical College SRO Training Conference | June 16-18, 2014 | www.ncjtc.org/sro Protecting Our Children Through Prevention & Response crime and violence. It is our job as educators and law enforcement officers to protect our children by being trained and prepared to address school safety issues such as cyberbullying, drugs, school intruders, mental health concerns and more. Current trends, shared experiences and up to date investigative techniques are all an essential part of ensuring school safety. The conference allows for a diversity of topics and a forum to share experiences, all of which enhance the safety of school communities. Officer Deana Brandl, an active Police School Liaison Officer and member of the conference planning committee, knows firsthand the importance of a coordinated effort in keeping our students safe. She shares her insight regarding the 5th Annual School Resource Officer Training Conference and its value to law enforcement and school personnel. How is NCJTC‘s SRO Training Conference planned each year? The conference is planned by a committee of law enforcement officers and school personnel, and led by the National Criminal Justice Training Center. The committee consists of representatives from Wisconsin and many other states throughout the US. Committee members come from metropolitan areas as well as rural and tribal communities. The committee meets regularly in order to discuss the current issues affecting schools nationwide. With such a wide variety of experiences, the committee has the ability to reach out to educators and facilitators from a multitude of disciplines. This ensures that the conference topics are relevant and that all attendees’ training needs are met. Why is the training provided through this conference essential to enhancing school safety? Our schools must be a safe haven for teaching and learning, free from Why is it important for law enforcement AND school personnel to attend? Attending a conference where perspectives of both disciplines are represented is beneficial to creating a cohesive team. It allows for the opportunity to discuss and evaluate certain scenarios as a team, and decide what actions would need to be taken. While school resource officers are experts on criminal law, school personnel have a better understanding of school policy and the legal rights of students in an educational setting. Having the opportunity to train in an environment where both perspectives are represented really enhances the learning experience for all. “OUR SCHOOLS MUST BE A SAFE HAVEN FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING, FREE FROM CRIME AND VIOLENCE.” such as considering how the layout of my office can ensure my safety, to creating new programs that facilitate working more effectively with families and students in our community. Last year, shortly after the conference, I was assigned a CyberTip complaint with a possible sexual assault child victim. The assignment included a social networking site that I had just learned about at the conference. Not only was I now familiar with how the site functioned, but I also had contact information and a personal connection to the officer who presented the information. This officer provided me additional assistance while I investigated this complaint. Student and family issues are constantly emerging and changing. This conference ensures that I am aware of those changes. What are some of the current issues impacting youth in the school environment, and what challenges have SRO’s had in helping address these issues? Youth have more freedoms and access to the public than ever before. Technology has opened an entire world of information to children; which impacts the ability of families, educators and law enforcement to keep them safe from outside influences. While keeping them physically safe in a building is important, it is equally necessary to protect them from the dangers that lurk in cyber space. Staying current with social changes and technology can be a challenge for law enforcement and school districts with ever increasing budget cuts. This conference provides information and tools to assist us in addressing current trends that are affecting our youth. “ATTENDING A CONFERENCE WHERE PERSPECTIVES OF BOTH DISCIPLINES ARE REPRESENTED IS BENEFICIAL TO CREATING A COHESIVE TEAM.” How have you been able to apply the concepts from previous conferences in your daily work? Every year I leave the School Resource Officer Conference with a list of ideas or training topics that I want to implement in my school district and department. These can vary from topics Visit www.ncjtc.org for additional training information and to register online! | 4 Critical Incident Response for K-12 Campus Safety www.ncjtc.org/training This training will provide participants with a fundamental plan to successfully handle critical incidents on campus. Law enforcement, school administrators, teachers, classified employees and first emergency responders must work as a team when time is your biggest enemy. Participants will be introduced to a “4-step critical incident response plan” that has been successfully implemented in hundreds of criminal, man-made and natural disasters throughout the United States. This course examines the most common failures in critical incident response and provides a proven methodology to quickly stabilize and organize these events. Training Upon completion of this training participants will be able to: Objectives x review their current school crisis plans and identify any necessary enhancements x identify effective strategies to efficiently stabilize critical incidents and establish an organized response Cost Start 06-18-14 $50 per participant. End 06-18-14 Day(s) W Time(s) 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm Location Appleton, WI Class No. 11087 Hours 4 x describe common failures in critical incident response x explain the importance of working as a team during critical incident response Law Enforcement Administrative Professionals Training Conference www.ncjtc.org/leap The Law Enforcement Administrative Professionals (LEAP) Training Conference is designed to meet the professional growth and educational needs of administrative assistants and executive professionals in criminal justice and public safety agencies. During the training workshops at this 14th annual event, participants will explore a variety of topics related to developing critical job skills and learn how to have a positive impact on their agencies as well as their communities. The conference also provides excellent opportunities for personal growth, networking, and building skills for advancement. Training The objectives of this conference are to: Objectives x provide profession-specific training to enhance job skills x bring together law enforcement administrative professionals from municipal, county, state, federal, and tribal law enforcement agencies to learn from each other and develop professional relationships x provide opportunities for personal growth Cost Start 06-18-14 06-19-14 06-20-14 $225 per participant. End 06-18-14 06-19-14 06-20-14 Day(s) W Th F Time(s) 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm 8:00 am - 4:00 pm 8:00 am - 12:30 pm Location Appleton, WI Class No. 10015 Hours 16 PROGRAMS FUNDED BY GRANTS As a national training provider, NCJTC has partnered with the US Department of Justice to deliver nearly $175 million of training and technical assistance (TTA) programs. We have extensive experience managing complex programs that demand attention ol and to detail, excellence, diversity, flexibility and innovation. To date, through grants and contracts, we have trained over 130,000 criminal justice professionals in every state and several foreign countries. Substance Indian A co b ed uc atio n A en fo rce me nt pre ve nti on SOR NA MECP Missing & Exploited Children’s Program SORNA Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act TJSPP TJSPP Tribal Justice Systems Planning Process T G R P NCJTC proudly administers training and technical assistance across diverse federally-funded initiatives. See a complete listing of our grant-funded programs at www.ncjtc.org/programs. us mm un ity lco h eP rogram AMBER Alert IASAP Indian Alcohol & Substance Abuse Program TRGP Tribal Resource Grant Program 5 | National Criminal Justice Training Center of Fox Valley Technical College MAKING A DIFFERENCE NCJTC’s Internet Crimes Against Children Training and Technical Assistance Program (ICAC TTA) offers ICAC Task Force investigators many courses that are applicable immediately. One such course that continually receives very high testimonials is ICAC’s Undercover Chat Investigations. This course provides experienced investigators with the latest tools and techniques necessary to combat online child exploitation. This program includes a combination of online activities utilizing hands-on computer instruction and presentations by ICAC subject matter experts who routinely investigate and prosecute some of the nation's most complex and high-profile cases. Recently, an ICAC Task Force detective from the Sycamore Police Department who attended this 4½ day class wrote to ICAC TTA to describe his experience since attending the training. He stated that he was able to immediately apply what he had learned in class to identify a man who he suspected was sexually exploiting a child. Using the tools and techniques learned in ICAC TRAINING & TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM class on investigating social networks and tracing email communications, the detective was able to gather enough evidence to issue a search warrant which led to the arrest of this suspect. THE ICAC UNDERCOVER CHAT INVESTIGATIONS COURSE PROVIDED THIS DETECTIVE WITH THE ESSENTIAL INVESTIGATIVE TECHNIQUES NEEDED TO IDENTIFY AND APPREHEND HIS SUSPECT. It was discovered the victim in this case was the suspect’s six year old daughter. The suspect admitted to manufacturing child pornography in addition to possession and distribution of child pornography; and was charged with ten counts of predatory criminal sexual abuse and ten counts of manufacturing child pornography. The court set the suspect’s bond at $1 million. The ICAC Undercover Chat Investigations course provided this detective with the essential investigative techniques needed to identify and apprehend his suspect. Today, the Sycamore Police Department and the ICAC TTA are heroes to a six year old child. There is no better reward than that. With subject matter experts who are actively working in the field, ICAC TTA’s curriculum is continually updated to ensure the latest tools and investigative techniques are being taught. Together we are making a difference in the lives of those who matter most. Learn more about ICAC TTA and our other grant-funded programs. www.ncjtc.org/programs Internet Crimes Against Children Training & Technical Assistance Program ABOUT ICAC TTA NCJTC’s Internet Crimes Against Children Training and Technical Assistance Program (ICAC TTA) provides cutting-edge training on investigative techniques related to combatting Internet crimes against children. ICAC TTA offers regional, specialized and technical assistance training to federal, state and local prosecutors, proba- tion and parole officers, and law enforcement investigators at various locations throughout the country. Attendees can take advantage of the valuable information conveyed during our programs in the most cost-effective manner possible. ICAC TTA is federally funded through the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) and is responsible for providing investigative training to the ICAC Task Force Program which is comprised of 61 state and local law enforcement agencies located throughout the United States. As mandated by OJJDP, only regional ICAC Task Force agency or affiliate agency* members will be approved to participate in our training programs. *An affiliate agency is a law enforcement agency that is working in partnership with a regional ICAC Task Force and has agreed in writing to adhere to a set of ICAC guidelines. For information on how to become an "affiliate" agency you should contact your regional ICAC Task Force Commander. Call (877) 798-7682 for additional information. Visit www.ncjtc.org for additional training information and to register online! | 6 BATA Basic Alarm and Theory Application Gain knowledge of operating principles of intrusion alarm sensors, video systems, and related defeat techniques. Non-Profit Organization U.S. Postage Paid Permit NO. 116 Appleton, WI 1825 N. Bluemound Drive | PO Box 2277 Appleton, WI 54912-2277 NCJTC.org BUILDING SOLUTIONS THAT ADDRESS YOUR UNIQUE TRAINING REQUIREMENTS When travel time is limited but your staff requires critical training, NCJTC is available. With a combination of nationally recognized training programs and expert instructors, creating a customized program to fit your needs is simple. Save time and money by allowing NCJTC to train YOUR staff in YOUR facility. Connect with NCJTC today! (855) 866-2582 | firstname.lastname@example.org New Course Offering! CASOM New Course Offering! Comprehensive Approaches to Sex Offender Management Effective system-wide planning and response strategies that promote community safety. April 22-23, 2014 Plano, TX www.ncjtc.org/casom May 22-23, 2014 Madison, WI Protecting Children Online for Prosecutors Understand, identify and prosecute computer crimes against children.