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There’s training for everyone in our new catalog! Table of Contents Message from Public Safety Division.........................................................1 Introduction to the National Criminal Justice Training Center............2 2012-13 Trainings & Certifications At-A-Glance....................................3 2012-13 Conferences, Symposiums & Seminars At-A-Glance.........9 Conference History..........................................................................................9 Training Descriptions & Details................................................................. 11 Child Abuse & Exploitation

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Community Safety & Security

....................... 14

Cyber Crime

........................ 19

Emergency Management & Homeland Security

.......................20

Employee Wellness

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Investigations & Forensics

.......................22

Management & Leadership

.......................28

Missing, Abducted & Endangered Children

........................38

Tactical Training

.......................39

Tribal Training

........................49

Victim Services

........................50

Training & Technical Assistance................................................................ 51 Executive Search, Salary Studies, Consolidation Studies & Assessment Centers................................................................................53 Map of FVTC Main Campus/D.J. Bordini Center................................55 FAQs & General Information...................................................................... 57 Area Travel & Lodging Accommodations............................................... 61 Index of Trainings...........................................................................................63


Dr. Patricia A. Robinson, Executive Dean Public Safety Division Fox Valley Technical College (920) 993-5133 | robinsop@fvtc.edu

public safety Division

There’s a variety of training news and updates from Fox Valley Technical College (FVTC) this year. First, I’m excited to announce that we have now consolidated all of FVTC’s criminal justice training under one umbrella—the new National Criminal Justice Training Center (NCJTC), www.ncjtc.org! NCJTC is your one-stop training shop that will list all of our offerings, whether local, national, grant-funded, or fee-based. This new format will make it easier for you to find exactly the training you need, you’ll find it all listed at www.ncjtc.org. And you’ll be able to register online, right from the website. We are also pleased to announce a new Associate Degree program beginning this fall: Homeland Security and Asset Protection Management. This new program is aimed at those interested not only in traditional security fields, but also terrorism prevention, emergency planning and physical security applications. For additional information, visit www.fvtc.edu/homelandsecurity or call Mark Kohl at (920) 831-4367. Finally—and best of all—we are in the process of building a brand new state-ofthe-art Public Safety Training Center next to the Outagamie County airport! This $35 million facility will include tactical training facilities for law enforcement, fire, and EMS. We’ll have two indoor firing ranges and three outdoor ones, including a 300-yard sniper range. We will have a full EVOC driving range with pursuit track, skid pad, and skills pad. And we’ll have River City—a simulated village with streets, intersections, and functional commercial and residential buildings for completely realistic simulation training. We anticipate being fully operational by the start of 2015.

We recently reorganized our programs and centers to better serve you!

With our economy still struggling, we remain committed to providing the highest quality training for the lowest possible cost. Even though training budgets are cut to the bone, we still need to make good training a priority to keep our officers safe and our communities protected. Some of our training offerings are funded or have scholarships available. Don’t let tight budgets compromise your agency’s ability to stay on the cutting edge. We’re here to serve your training needs. If you can’t find what you want listed here, give me a call. We will work with you to provide the training you need to keep your officers safe and your communities healthy—at a reasonable price. We look forward to serving you in 2012-2013!

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Brad Russ, Director National Criminal Justice Training Center Fox Valley Technical College (855) 866-2582 | russ@fvtc.edu

NATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE TRAINING CENTER

We are pleased to announce the launch of our newly established National Criminal Justice Training Center. While NCJTC is new, its programs and services have provided criminal justice and child prot足 ection professionals across the country with vital training and technical assistance for nearly two decades. We have expanded many of our program offerings to reach a broader audience, and have developed new courses and services to meet the new and emerging needs of the field. The consolidation of our training programs and online resources brings together the collective resources of multiple program areas while making it easier to access them on one technology platform www.ncjtc.org and through one toll-free phone number (855) 866-2582. We welcome the opportunity to work with you to customize our training programs to meet your unique situation or specific needs. Please take the opportunity to visit our website from time to time as we continually update it with new information, training programs and resources. Finally we welcome your suggestions and feedback and encourage you to contact us via email at info@ncjtc.org.

Find Your Community! We invite you to explore our new website at www.ncjtc.org and take advantage of the wealth of services available to you. Please choose the community that best fits your area of interest or current professional affiliation. You will be provided valuable information regarding our training, technical assistance and resources. At any time you can click on the Contact NCJTC tab at the top of the page to contact us for assistance.

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Trainings & Certifications 2012−13 At-A-Glance September 2012

Location

Page

10-13

Resource Allocation

Appleton, WI

35

11-12

Management of Evidence & Recovered Property

Appleton, WI

26

17-19

Basic New Detective/Investigator Training

Appleton, WI

22

18-20

Crowd Control

Appleton, WI

40

24

Pursuit In-Service

Appleton, WI

46

24-28

Telecommunicator Basic

Wautoma, WI

20

October 2012 1-5

Field Training Officer (FTO) Instruction & Certification

Appleton, WI

31

8-12

Basic Locksmithing

Appleton, WI

14

12

Internet Based Investigative Resources

Appleton, WI

19

22

Search Warrants in a Digital Age

Appleton, WI

19

22-24

Vehicle Contacts Instructor

Appleton, WI

48

23-24

Wisconsin Open Records Act for Police Records

Appleton, WI

37

29-30

Suicide Prevention, Intervention & Postvention

Appleton, WI

21

31-Nov 1

Group Crisis Intervention

Appleton, WI

21

November 2012 1

Missing & Exploited Children Investigations: Case Management Challenges

Appleton, WI

12

1

Pursuit In-Service

Appleton, WI

46

5-8

Instructor Development

Appleton, WI

43

13-15

Reid® Basic Techniques of Interview & Interrogations

Appleton, WI

27

13-16

Field Training Officer (FTO) Supervising/Managing

Appleton, WI

32

16

Reid® Advanced Techniques of Interview & Interrogations

Appleton, WI

27

30

Investigative Resources for the Criminal Investigator

Appleton, WI

25

December 2012 4-6

Investigating Cold Case, Unidentified and Missing Persons Cases

Appleton, WI

23

10-12

Radar Operations Certification

Appleton, WI

47

10-14

Emergency Vehicle Operator Course (EVOC) Instructor

Appleton, WI

41

12-14

Professional Communication Skills Instructor

Appleton, WI

45

17-Jan11

Defense and Arrest Tactics (DAAT) Instructor

Appleton, WI

41

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ervices

Child Ab use & E xploitatio n Commu n it y S a Security fety & Cyber C rime Emerge Homelancy Managem e nd Secu rity nt & Employe e Welln es s Human Traffick ing Investig ations & Forensic s Manage ment & Leaders hip Missing Endange, Abducted & red Chil dren Tactical Training Tribal Tr aining


Trainings & Certifications 2012−13 At-A-Glance January 2013

Location

Page

7

Risk Management for Public Safety

Appleton, WI

35

8

Personal Excellence and the Winning Mind & Warrior Spirit

Appleton, WI

34

9

Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement & Public Safety Professionals

Appleton, WI

28

14-17

Investigative Photography

Appleton, WI

24

21-25

Field Training Officer (FTO) Instruction & Certification

Appleton, WI

31

23-24

Successful Grant Writing: Selling & Sustaining Your Program

Appleton, WI

36

26-27

Child Fatality Investigations

San Diego, CA

11

28-Feb 1

Correctional Training Officer (CTO) Certification

Appleton, WI

28

February 2013 4-5

Problem Oriented Policing

Appleton, WI

45

20-21

Successful Grant Writing: Selling & Sustaining Your Program

Appleton, WI

36

4-8

Executive Development Institute (Week 1)

Appleton, WI

30

8-12

Professional Communication Skills Instructor

Appleton, WI

45

11-14

Field Training Officer (FTO) Supervising/Managing

Appleton, WI

32

11-15

Emergency Vehicle Operator Course (EVOC) Instructor

Appleton, WI

41

11-15

Firearms Instructor

Appleton, WI

42

13-15

Vehicle Contacts Instructor

Appleton, WI

48

25-28

Instructor Development

Appleton, WI

43

8-10

Protection Protocols for Elected Officials, Business Dignitaries and High Profile Individuals

Appleton, WI

46

8-12

Executive Development Institute (Week 2)

Appleton, WI

30

9-11

Child Abuse Investigations

Ft. McDowell, AZ

11

10-13

Fingerprint Processing: Powders to Chemicals and Beyond

Appleton, WI

23

15-16

Search Warrants, Affidavits and the Development of Probable Cause

Appleton, WI

18

15-17

Radar Operations Certification

Appleton, WI

47

15-19

First Level Leadership (Week 1)

Appleton, WI

43

March 2013

April 2013

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ervices

Child Ab use & E xploitatio n Commu n it y S a Security fety & Cyber C rime Emerge Homelancy Managem e nd Secu rity nt & Employe e Welln es s Human Traffick ing Investig ations & Forensic s Manage ment & Leaders hip Missing Endange, Abducted & red Chil dren Tactical Training Tribal Tr aining


Trainings & Certifications 2012−13 At-A-Glance April 2013 (continued)

Location

Page

22-25

International Police Mountain Bike Association (IPMBA) School

Appleton, WI

44

29

Search Warrants in a Digital Age

Appleton, WI

19

30-May 2

Drug Identification, Recognition and Legal Update

Appleton, WI

22

6-10

Executive Development Institute (Week 3)

Appleton, WI

31

7-9

Child Fatality Investigations

Appleton, WI

30

13-17

Field Training Officer (FTO) Instruction & Certification

Appleton, WI

12

13-17

First Level Leadership (Week 2)

Appleton, WI

43

20-Jun 1

Defense and Arrest Tactics (DAAT) Instructor

Appleton, WI

41

20-23

Instructor Development

Appleton, WI

43

8-9

Lock Picking for Law Enforcement

Appleton, WI

16

12-15

Crime Prevention and Physical Security Surveys

Appleton, WI

16

19-21

Radar Operations Certification

Appleton, WI

47

Appleton, WI

30

Appleton, WI

30

Appleton, WI

30

May 2013

August 2013

September 2013 9-13

Executive Development Institute (Week 4)

October 2013 7-11

Executive Development Institute (Week 5)

December 2013 9-13

Executive Development Institute (Week 6)

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ervices

Child Ab use & E xploitatio n Commu n it y S a Security fety & Cyber C rime Emerge Homelancy Managem e nd Secu rity nt & Employe e Welln es s Human Traffick ing Investig ations & Forensic s Manage ment & Leaders hip Missing Endange, Abducted & red Chil dren Tactical Training Tribal Tr aining


Conferences, Symposiums & Seminars 2012−13 At-A-Glance Date

Name

Location

Page

Sep 24-28, 2012

FBI-Hostage (Crisis) Negotiation Symposium

Appleton, WI

42

Oct 10-11, 2012

2nd Annual Ethical, Character Driven Leadership Symposium: Ensuring Public Trust and Creating a Great Place to Work

Appleton, WI

29

Oct 17-18, 2012

FBI Statement Analysis Symposium

Appleton, WI

31

Oct 29-30, 2012

Crisis Negotiations Seminar (2-day)

Milwaukee, WI

39

Oct 29-Nov 2, 2012

Crisis Negotiations Seminar (5-day)

Milwaukee, WI

40

Nov 7-9, 2012

24th Annual Multi-Jurisdictional Law Enforcement Conference

Green Bay, WI

17

Feb 27-Mar 1, 2013

7th Annual Responding to Missing & Unidentified Persons National Conference

Appleton, WI

38

Mar 5-7, 2013

4th Annual Court Safety & Security Conference

Appleton, WI

15

Mar 26-27, 2013

Wisconsin Attorney General’s Conference on Protecting Our Children

Green Bay, WI

13

Apr 16-18, 2013

8th Annual Crimes Against Children in Indian Country Conference

Carlton, MN

49

May 2, 2013

2nd Annual Ohio Law Enforcement Administrative Professionals Conference

Westerville, OH

34

May 8-9, 2013

2nd Annual Learning from the Battle of Gettysburg Symposium

Appleton, WI

33

Jun 18-20, 2013

4th Annual School Resource Officer Training Conference

Appleton, WI

18

Jun 19-21, 2013

13th Annual Law Enforcement Administrative Professionals Training Conference

Onalaska, WI

32

Aug 20-22, 2013

4th Annual Wisconsin Serving Victims of Crime Conference

TBD

50

Nov 6-8, 2013

25th Annual Multi-Jurisdictional Law Enforcement Conference

Green Bay, WI

17

Conference History: Bringing Together Disciplines NCJTC has many years of experience working throughout the country to develop and deliver regional, annual, and national training conferences. This history includes a number of subject-matter specific training conferences that cover a variety of topics and focus areas. There is a frequent theme of bringing together disciplines; courts, law enforcement, social/victim service providers, educators, probation/community corrections, and many others.

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ervices Victim S

Child Ab use & E xploitatio n Commu n it y S a Security fety & Cyber C rime Emerge Homelancy Managem e nd Secu rity nt & Employe e Welln es s Human Traffick ing Investig ations & Forensic s Manage ment & Leaders hip Missing Endange, Abducted & red Chil dren Tactical Training Tribal Tr aining Most events also focus on working across jurisdictional boundaries to include enhanced efforts between tribes, local jurisdictions, states, and federal agencies. The training conference agendas cover a variety of subject matter topics using regionally and nationally recognized field experts.

Participants will take away tools and gain access to resources that will collectively enhance their ability to serve their local communities and promote public safety. Training Catalog 2012-13 | page 10


Child abuse & exploitation

DATES

April 9-11, 2013 (class # 63804)

TIME

Apr 9: 8:00 am − 4:30 pm Apr 10: 8:00 am − 4:30 pm Apr 11: 8:00 am − 12:00 pm

COST

$295 per participant

LOCATION

Fort McDowell Parks & Recreational Center 16402 N. Fort McDowell Rd. Fort McDowell, AZ 85264 Ph: (480) 789-7800

CONTACT

(800) 648-4966 childprotecttraining@fvtc.edu

WEB

Child Abuse Investigations

www.ncjtc.org/CPC

About the Training This training is designed to provide participants with the fundamental investigative techniques, knowledge, and understanding to respond effectively to the unique challenges encountered in family and caregiver child abuse cases. This training will provide participants with the ability to: • conduct the assessment, investigation, and reconstruction of physical abuse and neglect of children. • reach the goals and understand how these goals relate to the art and science of interviewing children. • prepare and present a winning case in child abuse and neglect proceedings. Who Should Attend Law enforcement, child protective services, medical professionals, prosecutors, and other professionals involved in the investigation of child abuse and neglect and child exploitation are encouraged to attend.

DATES

January 26-27, 2013 (class # 62373)

TIME

8:00 am − 4:30 pm

COST

$295 per participant

LOCATION

Town & Country Resort and Convention Center 500 Hotel Circle North San Diego, CA 92108 Ph: (619) 291-7131 (800) 772-8527

CONTACT

(800) 648-4966 childprotecttraining@fvtc.edu

WEB

Child Fatality Investigations

www.ncjtc.org/CPC

About the Training This training is designed to provide participants with the fundamental techniques and knowledge of the investigation and prosecution of child fatalities. Comprehensive training is provided on the detection, intervention, investigation, and prosecution of these cases. This training will provide participants with the ability to: • recognize the necessary investigative skills required to conduct child fatality investigations and to utilize techniques to identify suspect development if the death is ruled non-accidental. • understand and dispel myths surrounding suspect interrogations and fundamentals to conduct a successful interrogation. • understand important medical information to use in their evaluation. • understand legal implications and requirements of relevant federal and state law, case decisions and regulations for a successful investigation and prosecution. Who Should Attend Law enforcement, child protective services, medical professionals, prosecutors, and other juvenile justice system professionals involved in the investigation of fatal child abuse and neglect are encouraged to attend.

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child abuse & exploitation

LOCATION

DATES COST

$295 per participant Fox Valley Technical College Room A170AB 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

May 7: 8:00 am − 4:30 pm May 8: 8:00 am − 4:30 pm May 9: 8:00 am − 12:00 pm

(800) 648-4966 childprotecttraining@fvtc.edu

WEB

May 7-9, 2013 (class # 62810)

TIME

Child Fatality Investigations

www.ncjtc.org/CPC

About the Training This training is designed to provide participants with the fundamental techniques and knowledge of the investigation and prosecution of child fatalities. Comprehensive training is provided on the detection, intervention, investigation, and prosecution of these cases. This training will provide participants with the ability to: • recognize the necessary investigative skills required to conduct child fatality investigations and to utilize techniques to identify suspect development if the death is ruled non-accidental. • understand and dispel myths surrounding suspect interrogations and fundamentals to conduct a successful interrogation. • understand important medical information to use in their evaluation. • understand legal implications and requirements of relevant federal and state law, case decisions and regulations for a successful investigation and prosecution. Who Should Attend Law enforcement, child protective services, medical professionals, prosecutors, and other juvenile justice system professionals involved in the investigation of fatal child abuse and neglect are encouraged to attend.

DATES TIME COST

$110 per participant Fox Valley Technical College Room A170BC 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

9:00 am − 4:00 pm

(800) 648-4966 childprotecttraining@fvtc.edu

WEB

November 1, 2012 (class # 54442)

LOCATION

Missing & Exploited Children Investigations: Case Management Challenges

www.ncjtc.org/CPC

About the Training Deputy Sheriff Robert Sprayberry, Douglas County, GA, Sheriff’s Department, will provide participants with an understanding of the need for a timely, appropriate, and thorough response for missing and exploited children cases and is designed for investigative personnel at both the line and supervisory level. While case management concepts meet organizational needs, the primary emphasis is placed upon model approaches to managing a specific case. Participants will be able to focus on key investigative techniques that will assist them in delivering a more strategic response. Information regarding methods for collecting, organizing and disseminating information during all phases of an investigation will be discussed. Topics covered include: scope of the problem, personnel, sex offender, victim, investigative, and prosecution issues. Participants will also be provided with behavior observation techniques. Who Should Attend Law enforcement, child protective services, and other juvenile justice system professionals involved in the investigation of missing and exploited children are encouraged to attend.

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Child abuse & exploitation

Wisconsin Attorney General’s Conference on Protecting Our Children

Save the Dates!

LOCATION

DATES COST

TBD

Radisson Hotel & Conference Center 2040 Airport Drive Green Bay, WI 54313

CONTACT

8:30 am − 4:30 pm

(800) 648-4966 childprotecttraining@fvtc.edu

WEB

March 26-27, 2013

TIME

The conference is hosted by the Wisconsin Attorney General’s Office.

Look for information soon at www.ncjtc.org/CPC

About the Training This 2-day multi-disciplinary conference is for professionals working in the area of child protection. The goal of the conference is to educate professionals on the complex issues associated with child protection, to broaden participant’s knowledge base in multiple areas, and to increase understanding of the other agencies’ roles and responsibilities. Conference topics to be covered include, but are not limited to: • child maltreatment • Internet crimes against children • AMBER Alert • drug endangered children • human trafficking • victim issues • sexting and cyberbullying • risk and protective factors • prosecution Who Should Attend • law enforcement • social services professionals • prosecutors • victim advocates • school personnel • other professionals involved in protecting children Hosted By

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communit y safet y & Securit y

DATES TIME

$1,300 per participant

LOCATION

8:00 am − 5:00 pm

Fox Valley Technical College Room 165 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

October 8-12, 2012 (class # 54558)

COST

Basic Locksmithing

(888) 370-1752 cjgrants@fvtc.edu

About the Training Locksmiths and security professionals play an integral role in safeguarding businesses and homes. Professional locksmiths must be able to understand lock and key specifications, operating manuals and instructions to properly install and/or repair locks, deadbolts and other mechanical or electronic locking devices. This hands-on training is designed to prepare students for entry-level apprentice type employment in the field of locksmithing. This is a security related field offering many employment opportunities. Students are encouraged to research their local yellow pages and contact their local retail locksmiths to determine potential employment. Additional employment opportunities can be found in larger institutional locksmith shops such as schools, hospitals, factories and corporate office complexes. Due to the hands-on nature of this training, class size is limited. Upon completion of this training participants will: • identify and duplicate keys • service and adjust key machines • rekey a variety of lock cylinders • originate keys by code, disassembly and impressioning • service and install pin/disc cylinders and locksets • install cabinet, furniture and mailbox locks • service and install exit hardware and door closers • open locks with picks • understand life safety codes • set up basic shop operations • understand the operation of exit devices

WEB

Who Should Attend • individuals responsible for facility maintenance • those interested in seeking a career change • high school graduates looking to enter the job market www.fvtc.edu/lock www.ncjtc.org/CJC

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Communit y Safe t y & Securit y

DATES

Mar 5: 1:00 pm − 5:00 pm Mar 6: 8:00 am − 5:00 pm Mar 7: 8:00 am − 12:00 pm

$225 on or before 2/8/13 (class # 63227) $275 after 2/8/13 (class # 63228)

CONTACT

Radisson Paper Valley Hotel 333 W. College Avenue Appleton, WI 54911

(888) 370-1752 cjgrants@fvtc.edu

WEB

LOCATION

COST

March 5-7, 2013

TIME

4th Annual Court Safety & Security Conference

www.fvtc.edu/css www.ncjtc.org/CJC

About the Training A safe courthouse is essential to the administration of justice as it serves as the center of many government, legal, and community activities. However, it can often be vulnerable to threats of violence against judges, attorneys, court personnel, government officials, witnesses, juries, and the public. Although it may not be possible to eliminate the threat of courthouse violence, much can be done to minimize the risks. This conference is designed to provide law enforcement and court personnel with effective strategies and best practices to enhance courthouse security on limited budgets. Security practices are impacted by a number of challenges including budget cuts, complacency of building occupants, and the ever-changing nature of threats. In these challenging times, it is important to remain pro-active rather than reactive. Through the use of best practice strategies, security enhancements can be achieved through the development and implementation of a well thought out security plan. The 2013 Court Safety and Security Conference will provide participants with tools and resources to enhance security with limited budgets and effective methods to identify funding resources. As a result of this conference, participants will be better able to: • identify and respond to security threats to court facilities and personnel. • examine cost effective strategies to enhance security. • recognize security resources and possible funding sources. Highlighted Conference Topics • courthouse security response and recovery • responding to threats/violence outside of the courthouse • court security case analysis Who Should Attend • courts: judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys, court personnel, and individuals responsible for court security • law enforcement/corrections: sheriffs, bailiffs, law enforcement professionals responsible for court security, corrections officers, and probation/parole officers • service occupations: crime victim/witness advocates, service providers • county/state: county board members, legislatures, intelligence community, and emergency management personnel

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communit y safet y & Securit y

DATES

August 12-15, 2013 (class # 80018)

TIME

8:00 am − 5:00 pm

COST

$495 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College Room C165 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

(888) 370-1752 cjgrants@fvtc.edu

WEB

Crime Prevention and Physical Security Surveys

www.ncjtc.org/CJC

About the Training This four-day training instructs participants in the basics of physical security components, their applications in business and industry, and the evaluation of existing physical security in a business. The training is designed for an audience with little or no background in physical security or experience in conducting physical security surveys. Participants will learn about the various forms of physical security available to offer deterrence, delay, and denial to an intruder. The training continues with instruction on the elements of completing a security survey and concludes with a hands-on experience of conducting an actual survey on an area business while working with a partnering classmate. Participants complete their training by presenting their surveys for peer and instructor critique and sharing of issues and solutions. Participants should be prepared to work into the evening of the third day evaluating the security lighting of their business. Who Should Attend • law enforcement personnel • private security personnel, including managers and directors • school resource officers • those involved with event planning

DATES

August 8-9, 2013 (class # 70019)

TIME

Aug 8: 8:00 am − 5:00 pm Aug 9: 8:00 am − 12:00 pm

COST

$175 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

(888) 370-1752 cjgrants@fvtc.edu

WEB

Lock Picking for Law Enforcement

www.ncjtc.org/CJC

About the Training Participants in this 1.5 day training will be instructed in the basics of picking and opening standard (non-high-security) pin tumbler and disk wafer locks. Pin tumbler locks are the most common lock in America, found on practically every residential, apartment, security gate, and business door, as well as padlocks. Disk wafer locks are commonly found on alarm box panels, desk locks, file cabinets, and utility boxes. Upon completion of the training, participants in normal physical condition will be competent to pick locks. Lock picking offers law enforcement personnel with solutions for: hostage rescue entry, destructive door entries, expensive door repair bills, noise-generating breach entry, out-swinging doors on drug raids, apartment perimeter security gates, home lock outs, technical device insertion, locked file cabinets and locked desk drawers. All participants are issued a six piece, custom-designed lock pick set and leather case. Participants also leave the training with a door lock cylinder for after-course practice. Who Should Attend This training is restricted to sworn law enforcement.

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Communit y Safe t y & Securit y

LOCATION

DATES COST

$275 per participant

Radisson Hotel & Conference Center 2040 Airport Drive Green Bay, WI 54313

CONTACT

Nov 7: 8:00 am − 4:00 pm Nov 8: 8:30 am − 4:30 pm Nov 9: 8:30 am − 12:00 pm

(888) 370-1752 cjgrants@fvtc.edu

WEB

November 7-9, 2012 (class # 54128)

TIME

24th Annual Multi-Jurisdictional Law Enforcement Conference

www.fvtc.edu/mj www.ncjtc.org/CJC

About the Training Attend this national training conference to develop skills, obtain information, and gather resources that will assist you in addressing the most critical jurisdictional, security, and safety concerns faced by criminal justice and community professionals. Information will relate to rural, reservation, and urban crime; violence, and substance abuse. Additional sessions will focus on victimization, community violence, sex offender management, judicial systems, and tribal probation. This conference provides an excellent opportunity to network with fellow professionals from across the United States. Working Together to Serve Better Conference planning involves collaboration between federal, state, county, municipal, and tribal agencies representing various disciplines and jurisdictions affected by their common justice-related issues. The conference theme “Working Together to Serve Better” reflects the desire to improve relations and promote cooperation between law enforcement and those with a vested interest in crime reduction and community safety. Who Should Attend This conference is for individuals interested in learning new information, networking with professionals sharing similar interests, and improving working relationships within their agency as well as with other agencies. The conference sessions will benefit: • law enforcement personnel • probation/parole and correctional officers • judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys and court personnel • victim/witness service providers and advocates • substance abuse treatment providers • sex offender registry personnel • child protection advocates and service providers • school counselors and teachers • youth program coordinators • planners and grant writers • community leaders, elders, and concerned citizens

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communit y safet y & Securit y

DATES

June 18-20, 2013

TIME

4th Annual School Resource Officer Training Conference Jun 18: 8:00 am − 4:00 pm Jun 19: 8:00 am − 4:00 pm Jun 20: 8:00 am − 12:00 pm

COST

$225 on or before 6/4/13 (class # 70011) $275 after 6/4/13 (class # 70012)

CONTACT LOCATION

Radisson Paper Valley Hotel 333 W. College Avenue Appleton, WI 54911

WEB

$175 group fee (call to register 3 or more)

www.fvtc.edu/sro www.ncjtc.org/CJC

About the Training This conference provides law enforcement and school personnel with up-to-date information on various issues impacting the safety of schools and communities today. Conference sessions focus on current trends addressing school violence through crime prevention and response strategies as well as emerging technologies in law enforcement. Who Should Attend • school resource/liaison officers • school administrators/personnel • D.A.R.E. and G.R.E.A.T. officers • crime prevention officers • other law enforcement personnel • campus safety professionals • other professionals interested in school safety

(888) 370-1752 cjgrants@fvtc.edu

DATES

April 15-16, 2013 (class # 63107)

TIME

8:00 am − 5:00 pm

COST

$175 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College Room C175 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

(888) 370-1752 cjgrants@fvtc.edu

WEB

Search Warrants, Affidavits and the Development of Probable Cause

www.fvtc.edu/warrants www.ncjtc.org/CJC

About the Training This two-day scenario-based training is designed to provide investigators with a general understanding of the practical application of search and seizure law, as well as experience writing search warrants based on actual and fictional criminal investigations. Designed for officers and investigators with little or no experience writing search warrants or affidavits, participants will be engaged and challenged to critically evaluate criminal investigations in order to properly apply search and seizure law and articulate elements sufficient to establish probable cause. Each participant will write four or more search warrants before the conclusion of the training. Participants will learn the basic principles of informant management, and the factors involved in establishing informant reliability and credibility. Participants will learn practical applications of search and seizure law, how to write search warrants based on actual and fictional criminal investigations, basic principles of informant management and the factors and variables involved in establishing informant reliability and credibility. Who Should Attend This training is restricted to sworn law enforcement.

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Cyber Crime

DATES TIME

8:00 am − 5:00 pm

COST

$50 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914 Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

October 12, 2012 (class # 55434)

CONTACT

Internet Based Investigative Resources

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training As investigators continue to be challenged by more diverse and complex criminal cases, more information has become available via the Internet to assist investigators. This training will outline the most effective resources to assist investigators handling all types of criminal cases. Training will include various investigative tools that can be used over the Internet by computer or smart phones such as video surveillance and GPS tracking. Training Objectives: • identify and understand various data aggregation sources • sources for obtaining and analyzing cellular records and information • information sources available at governmental levels • investigative specialty areas such as financial crimes, narcotics, Internet crime investigative sources • law enforcement surveillance available over the Internet • other various resources, tips and tools to assist investigators in the technical age of investigations About the Instructor Instruction provided by Special Agent Dennis Carroll, Wisconsin Dept. of Justice, Division of Criminal Investigation. Who Should Attend This training is restricted to sworn law enforcement.

October 22, 2012 (class # 54420) April 29, 2013 (class # 63106)

COST

$100 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College Room C175 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

8:00 am − 5:00 pm

(888) 370-1752 cjgrants@fvtc.edu

WEB

TIME

DATES

Search Warrants in a Digital Age

www.fvtc.edu/warrants www.ncjtc.org/CJC

About the Training Investigators are increasingly faced with the challenge of recovering evidence from electronic sources. This training focuses on the preparation and execution of search warrants specific to digital evidence. Investigators will learn the types of media that may contain digital evidence, best practices for seizing digital evidence, and tools necessary to investigate Internet-based crimes. Participants will gain an understanding of the types of data that can be recovered from computers, cell phones, GPS devices, and memory cards. They will also be provided with the tools needed to conduct interrogations of persons involved in high tech crimes. Who Should Attend This training is restricted to sworn law enforcement.

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emergency management & homel and securit y

DATES

September 24-28, 2012 (class # 54209)

TIME

8:00 am − 4:30 pm

COST

$300 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College Wautoma Regional Center 205 Main Street, Suite 12A Wautoma, WI 54982

CONTACT

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

Telecommunicator Basic

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training The topics covered include roles and responsibilities of the telecommunicator, customer service skills, information gathering techniques, basics of radio broadcast, handling critical calls (such as suicides, domestics, etc.), understanding the officer’s duties, and managing the stress as it relates to the telecommunicator’s position. Emphasis is placed on officer and caller safety, as well as the professionalism of the telecommunicator. About the Instructor JoAnne Hollmann has over 28 years of experience as a telecommunicator. She has worked for city police departments, county sheriff departments, and a joint dispatch center, and has dispatched police, fire, and emergency medical calls. She was a hostage negotiator and Emergency Response Team (ERT) leader. JoAnne is currently Shift Supervisor and Training Coordinator for her department. Who Should Attend This basic training is geared for individuals in their first year as a telecommunicator.

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employee Wellness

DATES TIME COST

$175 per participant Fox Valley Technical College D.J. Bordini Center Room 143 5 Systems Drive Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

8:00 am − 4:00 pm

(888) 370-1752 cjgrants@fvtc.edu

WEB

October 31-Nov 1, 2012 (class # 54547)

LOCATION

Group Crisis Intervention

www.ncjtc.org/CJC

About the Training Designed to present the core elements of a comprehensive, systematic and multi-component crisis intervention curriculum, the Group Crisis Intervention training will prepare participants to understand a wide range of crisis intervention services. The need for appropriate follow-up services and referrals, when necessary, will also be discussed. This training is intended to provide participants with the knowledge and tools to deliver several group crisis interventions, specifically demobilizations, defusings, and Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD.) Successful completion of this training results in certifcation from the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation (ICISF). Individuals From These Professions Should Attend • homeland security • disaster response • military • emergency services • education • employee assistance • healthcare • traumatic stress assistance • mental health • business and industry • spiritual care crisis intervention

DATES

October 29-30, 2012 (class # 54443)

TIME

8:00 am − 4:00 pm

COST

$175 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College D.J. Bordini Center Room 143 5 Systems Drive Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

(888) 370-1752 cjgrants@fvtc.edu

WEB

Suicide Prevention, Intervention & Postvention

www.ncjtc.org/CJC

About the Training Why do people take their own lives? How do I ask someone if they are feeling suicidal? What do I do if they say they ARE suicidal? How do I deal with the strong emotions suicide generates? This training will provide answers for these and many other questions crisis interventionists have about suicide. It will provide participants with basic information about suicide, as well as help participants develop practical skills for prevention, intervention, and postvention. Small group role plays will allow participants to apply the suggested techniques as they are learned. Topics include: common myths about suicide, risk factors for suicidal behavior, frequent motivations, problem solving methods, effective intervention strategies, elements of postvention, survivor grief, and community referral sources. This training is open to anyone who wishes to learn more about intervening across the suicide spectrum. Successful completion of this training results in certification from the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation (ICISF). Individuals From These Professions Should Attend • disaster response • business and industry • emergency services crisis intervention • employee assistance • education • homeland security • healthcare • military • mental health • traumatic stress assistance • spiritual care

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investig ations & Forensics

DATES

September 17-19, 2012 (class # 54665)

TIME

8:00 am − 4:00 pm

COST

$125 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

Basic New Detective/Investigator Training

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training Case studies will be used to illustrate many of the topics being covered. This training will be instructed by several detectives from Fox Valley area police departments. Topics: • what is a detective’s job? • making the transition to the new role • ethics related to the investigator’s role • sources of information • undercover/surveillance and sting operations • drafting subpoenas and warrant documents • management of cases • preparing complex cases for court Who Should Attend This training is designed for newly promoted detectives/ investigators, as well as experienced patrol officers seeking advancement into investigator roles.

DATES

April 30-May 2, 2013 (class # 64033)

TIME

Apr 30: 8:00 am − 5:00 pm May 1: 8:00 am − 5:00 pm May 2: 8:00 am − 12:00 pm

COST

$295 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College Room C165 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

(888) 370-1752 cjgrants@fvtc.edu

WEB

Drug Identification, Recognition and Legal Update

www.fvtc.edu/drugs www.ncjtc.org/CJC

About the Training This training was developed to meet the ever-increasing needs for professionals to remain current on the most abused drugs in today’s society. Participants will learn to recognize drug influence through a systematic approach using the 7-step drug recognition process. The hands-on instruction will help participants develop the skills necessary to recognize the signs and symptoms of persons under the influence of stimulants, hallucinogens, opiates, marijuana, alcohol, depressants, inhalants, and dissociative anesthetics. Topics: • drug abuse and recognition systems • influence (signs and symptoms) • drug combinations • physiology of drug abuse • drug trends • investigations (legal considerations) Individuals From These Professions Should Attend • health care • law enforcement • administration • judicial system • juvenile/youth services • education • security • social services • corrections • counseling • rehabilitation/treatment • probation/parole

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Investig ations & forensics

DATES TIME

8:00 am − 4:30 pm

COST

$390 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

April 10-13, 2013 (class # 63034)

CONTACT

Fingerprint Processing: Powders to Chemicals and Beyond

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training This training covers fingerprint processing methods with an emphasis on practical, hands-on applications. Topics: • porous/semi-porous surface evaluation and processing guidelines • visual, physical, and chemical processes (powders, cyanoacrylate/iodine fuming, dye staining, etc.) • powder and chemical application techniques • discerning what to keep • lifting and recording latent impressions Upon completion of this training participants will: • understand the fundamentals of latent fingerprint processing from the initial evaluation to recovery. • demonstrate their knowledge, skills, and ability to perform most friction ridge development tasks using powder and chemical applications. • apply techniques to search, identify, develop, document, and collect latent impressions for submission and comparison purposes. • utilize photography and other imaging techniques to record the results of latent fingerprint processing. Who Should Attend Law enforcement officers, crime scene technicians, and criminal justice students interested in a forensic or law enforcement careers are encouraged to attend. Participants should bring latent fingerprint processing kits, if available.

DATES

December 4-6, 2012 (class # 52596)

TIME

Dec 4: 8:00 am − 4:30 pm Dec 5: 8:00 am − 4:30 pm Dec 6: 8:00 am − 12:00 pm

COST

$295 per participant

LOCATION

Radisson Paper Valley Hotel 333 W. College Avenue Appleton, WI 54911

CONTACT

(800) 648-4966 childprotecttraining@fvtc.edu

WEB

Investigating Cold Case, Unidentified and Missing Persons Cases

www.ncjtc.org/CJC

About the Training This training is designed to provide participants with the investigative tools and resources necessary for effective management of cold case, unidentified, and missing persons cases. Instructors are experienced personnel from nationally recognized agencies. Participants will identify the critical steps in developing a structured and comprehensive plan for analyzing and investigating cases, from the initial report through resolution of the investigation. Training topics will assist participants in identifying categories of cases and public and private resources to support the investigative process. Learn from the experts about what does and doesn’t work, including legal considerations for investigating and developing a case, effective techniques for working with families and the media, framing an investigation, and crime analysis. This training promotes the development of comprehensive approaches to case management and is a must-attend training for those with responsibility for their agency’s missing persons cases. Who Should Attend All levels of law enforcement, coroners, medical examiners, and prosecutors.

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investig ations & Forensics

DATES

January 14-17, 2013 (class # 63035)

TIME

8:00 am − 4:30 pm

COST

$385 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

Investigative Photography

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training This highly-respected training is designed for all levels of law enforcement personnel, especially those officers assigned to crime scene responsibilities. Participants will learn how to use digital camera features and apply digital technology to investigations. Topics: • camera orientation functions • lens orientation and use, understanding focal lengths and theory of apertures • viewfinder orientation function, focusing, menus, and LDC panel data • light meter readings and difficult lighting conditions • exposure theory, digital histograms, shutter speeds, apertures, and their relationships • recognition and application of digital technology using sensors: spectral sensitivity, classifications, speed ratings, and selection • color imaging theory and the application of spectral filtration and digital processing • depth of field • electronic flash theory, functions, and use of features • electronic flash triggering methods: direct wired, remote (slave), and open flash • electronic flash lighting techniques on camera vs. off camera; bounce, fill flash, synchro-sunlight, multiple flash and exposure, painting with light, and scaling evidence • close-up and macrophotography techniques • criminal investigation photography protocols in general methodology • criminal investigation photography protocols, photographing questionable deaths, autopsy photography, and photographing evidence at scenes Prerequisite Basic Crime Scene processing experience and/or training subject to instructor approval. Participants Should Bring • digital camera that is not fully automatic and allows for some manual settings; tripod • instruction manuals on all of the equipment • cable release or remote, if camera has this option • electronic flash and flash extension cords and/or adapter for off camera flash • flashlight, notebook • digital media as needed for digital camera Additional items that may be helpful, but are not required, include: a macro lens, contrast filters, or any close-up devices. It is recommended that participants bring any additional photographic equipment they are expected to use in their work or require instruction on. If you wish to save digital images, bring flash/jump drives or CD. Who Should Attend All levels of law enforcement personnel, especially those officers assigned to crime scene responsibilities, including, but not limited to, investigators/detectives, crime scene personnel, coroners, and criminal justice students.

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Investig ations & forensics

DATES TIME

8:00 am − 5:00 pm

COST

$50 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914 Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

November 30, 2012 (class # 55439)

CONTACT

Investigative Resources for the Criminal Investigator

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training This training is designed to provide law enforcement investigators an overview of investigative resources that primarily focus on Internet based sources but also includes other less known sources of information. Investigators today are challenged by diverse and complex criminal cases that are committed by more skilled criminals and criminal organizations. Fortunately, more information is available to law enforcement than ever before to assist them in the investigative process. The majority of law enforcement resources today are computerized and many are available over the Internet. Training will provide a comprehensive overview of unknown or under-utilized resources at the federal, state and local level as well as various commercial information sources that when combined can assist investigators with locating and identifying persons; locating evidence or obtaining information; challenging or verifying statements. Training Objectives: • improved use of law enforcement and government resources • obtain and analyze commercial information databases (Choicepoint, Accurint, Entersect, etc.) • locate subjects using GPS and cellular phones • obtain and utilize cellular and Internet records About the Instructor Instruction provided by Special Agent Dennis Carroll, Wisconsin Department of Justice, Division of Criminal Investigation. Who Should Attend Investigators of all experience levels and specialties will benefit from this training.

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investig ations & Forensics

LOCATION

$325 per participant

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

8:00 am − 4:30 pm

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

TIME

September 11-12, 2012 (class # 50353)

COST

DATES

Management of Evidence & Recovered Property

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training Training is based upon the instructor’s text book, Evidence and Recovered Property: The Police Property Control Function, 2nd edition Topics: • legal aspects of Wisconsin evidence management • proper inventory and packaging of evidence and recovered property • 5 steps to efficient property disposal • evidence and property storage methods and alternatives • DNA evidence information • maintaining the chain of custody • evidence intake/disposal analysis • property control policies and procedures • property room design and improved space utilization • property control and audits Upon completion of this training participants will: • apply Wisconsin state statutes and legal issues to daily decisions related to the custody of evidence and recovered property. • apply safe and efficient handling and storage of property and protect property owner’s rights. • improve the security, control and disposition of evidence and recovered property. • apply a five-step plan for the efficient disposal of unnecessary evidence and property. • develop the necessary procedures relating to the custody, control and disposition of property. • identify alternative methods of securing, tagging and storing evidence and recovered property. • identify safe and efficient methods for storage of biohazard materials, perishables and flammables, bulk property and evidentiary computers. • identify improved procedures for property inventory forms, logs, filing systems and the processing and retention of records related to evidence and property. • explain the need for the chain of custody, notification and disposition procedures, property purge schedules and periodic audits of the property control function. Who Should Attend This training is intended for all sworn and civilian personnel; administrative, command, supervisory and line, having responsibility for the security, control or disposition of evidence and recovered property. Those planning for new or revised property and evidence management systems are also encouraged to attend.

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Investig ations & forensics

DATES

November 13-15, 2012 (class # 50347)

TIME

8:00 am − 3:00 pm

COST

$420 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

Reid® Basic Techniques of Interview & Interrogations

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training Topics: • Interview and interrogation preparation • Behavior symptoms • Reid® Behavioral Analysis Interview (B.A.I.) • Reid® “Nine Steps of Interrogation” Step 1: The Positive Confrontation Step 2: Theme Development Step 3: Handling Denials Step 4: Overcoming Objections Step 5: Procuring & Retaining the Suspect’s Attention Step 6: Handling the Suspect’s Passive Mood Step 7: Presenting an Alternative Question Step 8: Detailing the Offense Step 9: Elements of Oral and Written Statements Upon completion participants will understand: • the style, appearance, and approach to be a successful interviewer and interrogator. • the differences in verbal and nonverbal behavior. • a structured set of non-accusatory behavior-provoking questions. • the 9-step approach to a successful interrogation. Who Should Attend This training is intended for law enforcement personnel responsible for interviewing and interrogation.

TIME

8:00 am − 3:00 pm

COST

$175 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

November 16, 2012 (class # 50348)

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

DATES

Reid® Advanced Techniques of Interview & Interrogations

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training This training covers the stages of interrogation: defiant stage, neutral stage and acceptance stage, profiling suspects for interrogation, and real need and impulse crimes. Upon completion of this training participants will: • psychologically profile suspects for the interrogation. • identify 7 ways to get defiant suspects to listen to you. • improvise tactics when the nine steps aren’t working. • address consequences openly with suspects whose fear of punishment outweighs the anxiety to confess. • identify 9 ways to change the suspect’s perception of the interrogator by using bonding statements. • identify 4 ways to lead a suspect more quickly to an admission when they are neutral or have tuned you out. • reverse suspect’s defense tactics to elicit a confession. • identify 3 tactics to get suspects to confess when alternatives have not worked. • use procedures of evidence implication as an international strategy. Who Should Attend This training is intended for law enforcement personnel responsible for interviewing and interrogation. Prerequisite Reid® Basic Techniques of Interview & Interrogations

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Management & Leadership

DATES TIME

8:00 am − 5:00 pm

COST

$415 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914 Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

January 28-Feb 1, 2013 (class # 63442)

CONTACT

Correctional Training Officer (CTO) Certification

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training This training emphasizes the CTO’s role in assisting probationers to certify for solo correctional officer operations by applying the knowledge and skills acquired during basic jailor certification and utilizing them in accordance with department policy, procedures and service delivery standards. This training highlights two essential field training and evaluation process skills: • The ability to examine and objectively document probationer job behaviors and actions utilizing standardized assessment guidelines. • Analyzing the probationer’s training needs and utilizing appropriate instructional techniques for corrective action. The instruction will focus on discussion as well as hands-on application of the training materials in small group and individual/participant exercises. Participants will be required to complete out-of-classroom reading assignments. Instruction Provided By David Locke, Field Training Associates Who Should Attend This training is specifically designed for experienced correctional/jail personnel selected to serve as correctional training officers with probationary employees.

TIME DATES

Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement & Public Safety Professionals January 9, 2013 (class # 62697) 8:00 am − 4:30 pm

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

Register for all 3 and save! $225 total if you attend: 1) Risk Management for Public Safety; 2) Personal Excellence and the Winning Mind & Warrior Spirit; and 3) Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement & Public Safety. Register for class #62811.

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

COST

$99 per participant

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training This 8-hour training addresses the mental and emotional challenges of those who work in public safety, emergency services, or medical fields. These professionals begin their jobs as idealistic and committed employees, but over time, they often have to find ways to avoid becoming cynical, angry, self-destructive, or self-perceived victims of their agencies/ employers. This training covers the underlying issues and dynamics faced by public safety professionals, and approaches to combat counter-productive thinking and behavior. Topics: • loyalty vs. integrity issues • entitlement orientation • victim-based thinking • cynicism – malcontentism • relationship failures • integrity loss issues • supervision issues • over aggressiveness Who Should Attend Law enforcement and public safety professionals are encouraged to attend.

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Management & Leadership

DATES

October 10-11, 2012 (class # 50228)

TIME

8:00 am − 5:00 pm

COST

$275 per participant

LOCATION

Radisson Paper Valley Hotel 333 W. College Avenue Appleton, WI 54911

CONTACT

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

Ethical, Character Driven Leadership Symposium: Ensuring Public Trust & Creating a Great Place to Work

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training Law enforcement officers are faced with unprecedented demands to effectively and appropriately fulfill their roles and responsibilities. This environment creates an urgent need for leaders who can inspire their officers and propel them into purposeful action. With recent allegations and termination for police misconduct, it’s imperative for the law enforcement executive to attend this symposium to learn management principles to achieve high standards for behavior and ethical conduct within their organization. This symposium will examine how law enforcement executives can provide the encouragement that will motivate their officers to act morally responsible, work together to increase effectiveness and ensure the public’s trust. Topics: • leadership is not about a title, rank, or position • expanding your circle of influence • exercising integrity • living the organization’s guiding principles • aligning daily practices with the organization’s direction, purpose and beliefs • empowerment and removing the chains About the Instructor Richard M. Ayres is director of the Center for Labor Management Studies in Fredericksburg, VA, a consulting firm specializing in ethical, character driven leadership, and other key law enforcement areas. A former special agent with the FBI for 26 years, Mr. Ayres served for 17 years on the faculty of the FBI Academy, Quantico, VA. Mr. Ayres is widely published in professional journals in the areas of leadership, strategic planning, organizational communication, conflict resolution, and negotiations. Who Should Attend This symposium was developed for chiefs and sheriffs; however, command personnel and management of team members are encouraged to join them.

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Management & Leadership

Executive Development Institute March 4, 2013-Feb 6, 2014

TIME

DATES

Training is scheduled Mon-Fri for 8 weeks: March 4-8, 2013 April 8-12, 2013 May 6-10, 2013 September 9-13, 2013 October 7-11, 2013 December 9-13, 2013 January 6-10, 2014 February 3-6, 2014

8:00 am − 4:30 pm

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

Payable in two installments. Fee includes instructional materials, coffee breaks and noon meals. Lodging is the responsibility of the sponsoring department.

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

COST

$3,400 per participant

www.fvtc.edu/cj

mand m o c t n e l “Excel day’s o t r o f g inin level tra forcement law en s!” leader

About the Training The Criminal Justice Executive Development Institute was developed to address the professional growth needs of current and future leaders presently serving in criminal justice agencies. Instruction is provided in a series of 8 one-week sessions over a period of 12 months. This allows students to participate in this professional growth program and apply learned concepts as they attend to the day-to-day needs of their agencies. Application must include: • application form (email cjregister@fvtc.edu to request) • letter of recommendation from the Chief Executive Officer • applicant narrative on the importance of management and leadership in a criminal justice agency • personal resume Topics: • management principles and leadership skills • personal growth and development • managing the criminal justice planning process • human resource development • resource allocation • management of law enforcement operations • building community support • the future of law enforcement • public finance and budgeting • ethics • Internet and the law • introductory statistics • labor relations • power politics • strategic planning • team building skills • time management Who Should Attend Applicants must be full-time criminal justice professionals ranking above entry level. Upon successful completion of the Institute, credits are available in the following programs: • 16 credits toward an Associate Degree in Criminal Justice Law Enforcement from Fox Valley Technical College • 12 credits toward a Bachelors Degree in Public Service Administration from Silver Lake College • 10 credits toward a Masters Degree in Management and Organizational Behavior from Silver Lake College • 6 credits toward a Masters Degree in Public Administration from UW-Oshkosh • 9 credits toward a Masters Degree in Criminal Justice from UW-Platteville

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Management & Leadership

LOCATION

DATES COST

$75 per participant

Radisson Paper Valley Hotel 333 W. College Avenue Appleton, WI 54911

CONTACT

8:00 am − 4:30 pm

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

October 17-18, 2012 (class # 51888)

TIME

FBI Statement Analysis Symposium

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training Statement analysis is the structured examination of an individual’s verbatim words. This symposium is designed to provide investigators with a structured method of examining verbal and written communication. Investigators will develop specific linguistic tools to use in analyzing statements provided by witnesses, victims and suspects. Within the law enforcement context, statement analysis is used as an investigative tool to gain insight into an individual and to detect areas of possible deception. Investigators will ultimately gain the ability to add structure and specifically articulate what indicators of veracity and/or deception a witness, victim or suspect is exhibiting. Who Should Attend Law enforcement personnel and detectives are encouraged to attend.

Field Training Officer (FTO) Instruction & Certification DATES

October 1-5, 2012 (class # 50072) January 21-25, 2013 (class # 61250)

TIME

8:00 am − 4:30 pm

COST

$415 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

May 13-17, 2013 (class # 61251)

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training This training emphasizes the FTO’s role in assisting probationers to certify for solo patrol operations by applying the knowledge and skills acquired during basic police certification in accordance with department policy, procedures and service delivery standards. This training highlights two essential field training and evaluation process skills: • Examining and objectively documenting probationer job behaviors and actions using standardized assessment guidelines. • Analyzing the probationer’s training needs and using appropriate instructional techniques for corrective action. The instruction includes discussion as well as hands-on application of the training materials in small group and individual/participant exercises. Participants will be required to complete out-of-classroom reading assignments. Participants should bring a copy of their agency’s Probationary Officers Manual and a copy of the Department FTO Policy & Procedures. Who Should Attend This training is specifically designed for experienced uniformed patrol personnel selected to serve as field training officers for probationary employees.

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Management & Leadership

November 13-16, 2012 (class # 50070)

TIME

8:00 am − 4:30 pm

COST

$300 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

March 11-14, 2013 (class # 61237)

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

DATES

Field Training Officer (FTO) Supervising/Managing

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training Strong emphasis is placed on the critical role the supervisor plays in the execution of a successful FTO program for agencies. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss field training issues as well as hands-on completion of the training materials during small group and individual exercises. Participants should bring a calculator and a copy of their department’s current field training and evaluation process manual(s)/form. Topics: • structure of the evaluation process • FTO scheduling • review of probationer’s manual • assessing the program • instructional techniques • conducting meetings • preparing reports and recommendations • the solo patrol certification period Who Should Attend This training is designed for first-line patrol and support services personnel responsible for supervising FTO’s and probationary employees, as well as individuals responsible for supervising the FTO program for their agency.

DATES

June 19-21, 2013 (class # 70018)

TIME

Jun 19: 12:00 pm − 5:30 pm Jun 20: 8:00 am − 4:00 pm Jun 21: 8:00 am − 12:00 pm

COST

$225 per participant

LOCATION

Stoney Creek Inn 3060 S. Kinney Coulee Rd. Onalaska, WI 54650

CONTACT

(888) 370-1752 cjgrants@fvtc.edu

WEB

13th Annual Law Enforcement Administrative Professionals (LEAP) Training Conference

www.fvtc.edu/leap www.ncjtc.org/CJC

About the Training The Law Enforcement Administrative Professionals (LEAP) 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 13th 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 career advancement. Conference Objectives: • provide profession-specific training to enhance job skills • 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 • provide opportunities for personal growth Who Should Attend This conference is open to administrative or executive professionals in municipal, county, state, federal, and tribal law enforcement and public safety agencies. Chiefs, sheriffs, law enforcement officers, and government officials are encouraged to attend with their administrative professionals.

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Management & Leadership

DATES TIME

8:00 am − 4:30 pm

COST

$85 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914 Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

TBD

CONTACT

Law Enforcement and the Media: A Winning Combination

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training Participants will be given the media’s game plan and playbook, as well as strategies and methods to work in partnership with the media. Media has a number of universal strategies, which will be shared in this training. Topics: • five things that should NEVER be said to media • two things that should never be done in specific situations, particularly regarding sensitive issues when media are on the attack • basic visual strategies for handling television interviews • the first question a reporter should be asked when contacted about a story • specific interview tips and tactics regarding vocal tone, inflection, and physical appearance that influence the delicate nature of public perception • tactics on how to successfully pitch stories you want to see on television and hear on the radio • who to contact at media outlets to get your stories broadcast and why • how reporters put together a story without ever talking to law enforcement and how you can make a difference Who Should Attend Recently assigned PIO’s, employees that may have to prepare or give press briefings, employees that may have to develop press releases and those disseminating information to the agency are encouraged to attend.

DATES

May 8-9, 2013 (class # 63375)

TIME

8:00 am − 5:00 pm

COST

$275 per participant

LOCATION

Radisson Paper Valley Hotel 333 W. College Avenue Appleton, WI 54911

CONTACT

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

2nd Annual Learning from the Battle of Gettysburg Symposium

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training The challenges of decision-making and leadership during a crisis are evident throughout the Battle of Gettysburg and pertinent to law enforcement today. Law enforcement officers eager to learn about leadership will review the film, “Gettysburg,” based on the Pulitzer prize-winning book Killer Angels by Michael Shaara. The leadership traits, skills, attributes and limitations depicted by such Civil War leaders as John Buford, Richard Ewell, Abraham Lincoln and Robert E. Lee will be examined and discussed as they pertain to the work of law enforcement executives. Participants will analyze different perspectives of “Gettysburg” and explore these lessons by applying them to current organizational issues. It is important to note that the primary lessons are not about gallantry and heroism at all costs; rather, they are about how different organizations and leaders from diverse backgrounds react under crisis, conflict and change –themes common throughout law enforcement. Topics: • historical battle metaphors that produce actionable results and learning for law enforcement • balance between decisiveness and empowerment • open dialogue and teamwork in your organization • knowing your strengths and limitations Who Should Attend This symposium is open to all personnel and management team members, both sworn and non-sworn personnel desiring continued leadership training.

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Management & Leadership

DATES

8:00 am − 5:00 pm $110 on or before 4/17/13 (class # 63374)

LOCATION

The Everal Barn 60 N. Cleveland Avenue Westerville, OH 43081

CONTACT

$125 after 4/17/13 (class # 63376)

(888) 370-1752 cjgrants@fvtc.edu

WEB

COST

May 2, 2013

TIME

2nd Annual Ohio Law Enforcement Administrative Professionals (OHLEAP) Training Conference

www.fvtc.edu/ohleap www.ncjtc.org/CJC

About the Training Attend this one-day training conference to learn about important issues impacting the law enforcement community, gain new skills, network to share ideas and resources with others, and improve working relationships across agencies and locations. The OHLEAP Conference offers a variety of sessions designed specifically for administrative professionals in law enforcement, public safety; and municipal, county, state, and federal agencies within Ohio. Attend this conference to: • Receive training that is specific to the needs of law enforcement administrative professionals • Network with other law enforcement agency professionals throughout the state Who Should Attend Chiefs, sheriffs, law enforcement officers, and government officials are encouraged to send their administrative staff to this conference.

TIME DATES

Personal Excellence and the Winning Mind & Warrior Spirit January 8, 2013 (class # 62696) 8:00 am − 4:30 pm

CONTACT LOCATION

Register for all 3 and save! $225 total if you attend: 1) Risk Management for Public Safety; 2) Personal Excellence and the Winning Mind & Warrior Spirit; and 3) Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement & Public Safety. Register for class #62811. Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

WEB

COST

$99 per participant

www.fvtc.edu/cj

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

About the Training This training provides practical strategies for breaking free from victim-thinking and inspiring individuals to achieve excellence in their personal and professional lives. The instructor discusses stories of people who, faced with incredible obstacles and challenges, chose to view adversity in their life as an opportunity to learn and grow as a part of their journey on the path to excellence. This training will also focus on the concept of Your Life IS Your Legacy by examining a legacy as something you build every day, rather than something you leave behind when you die. This thought provoking training explores the many roles you live during the course of your life and the legacies you create in each of those roles. Common misperceptions about legacies will be uncovered to help determine what it truly means to Create a Legacy of Excellence. This exploration will lead to an understanding of the roles that day-today interactions play in this life long journey. Case studies and self-reflection will help bring these concepts to life for participants. Who Should Attend This training was developed for public safety professionals at the command and supervisory level, but management and administrative staff are also encouraged to join them.

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Management & Leadership

DATES

September 10-13, 2012 (class # 54196)

TIME

8:00 am − 4:30 pm

COST

$225 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

Resource Allocation

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training How many officers must be put on the street each day to reach agency goals? How many officers must be assigned to patrol? What is the most efficient deployment for existing staff? These are just a few of the difficult questions that law enforcement managers must answer and defend in the midst of budget scarcity and a nationwide shortage of police candidates. Answers to these questions should be based on good data and good analysis. Determining appropriate staffing levels, along with their complementary deployment plans and schedules, can often be a daunting task for law enforcement administrators. Even for those with vast experience in resource allocation and staffing, the process of job task analysis, data collection, and statistical analysis can take many months to complete. Scheduling and scheduling optimization will be emphasized. Who Should Attend Supervisors, command staff and those required to schedule patrol/correction staff are encouraged to attend.

TIME DATES

Risk Management for Public Safety January 7, 2013 (class # 62698) 8:00 am − 4:30 pm

WEB CONTACT

LOCATION

COST

$99 per participant Register for all 3 and save! $225 total if you attend: 1) Risk Management for Public Safety; 2) Personal Excellence and the Winning Mind & Warrior Spirit; and 3) Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement & Public Safety. Register for class #62811. Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914 Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

About the Training This training will include an in-depth discussion on the study of tragedy, and what really causes significant impact. The difference between “proximate” cause and “root” cause will be identified, and participants will learn why this distinction is so critical to building appropriate systems to prevent similar tragedies. Upon completion of this training participants will: • identify potential problems in his/her respective agency. • develop control measures to address these problems. • enhance the feedback loop to prevent similar problems from occurring. • leave the program with expanded knowledge of “real” risk management and how it applies to law enforcement. About the Instructor The instructor is Mr. Gordon Graham, President of Lexipol, and a nationally recognized 33-year veteran (retired) of California law enforcement. He is a practicing attorney with a background and a formal education as a risk manager. Who Should Attend This training was developed for public safety professionals at the command and supervisory level, but management and administrative staff are also encouraged to join them.

www.fvtc.edu/cj

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Management & Leadership

January 23-24, 2013 (class # 63112)

TIME

8:00 am − 5:00 pm

COST

$200 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College Room C175 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

February 20-21, 2013 (class # 63113)

(888) 370-1752 cjgrants@fvtc.edu

WEB

DATES

Successful Grant Writing: Selling & Sustaining Your Program

www.fvtc.edu/grantwriting www.ncjtc.org/CJC

About the Training As the availability of program funding diminishes, the competition for grant funds gets tighter and funders look more comprehensively at how funding applications are written. Attend this training to learn how to: • write proposals that stand out from the competition. • understand how applications are scored. • identify winning strategies, ways to present data, and refine wording to effectively make your point and maximize the point allocation your application receives. • transition a request for proposal (RFP) into a response outline. • build effective problem statements, write appropriate goals, and define steps to achieve a desired outcome. • receive guidance on developing fundable, targeted concept papers. • seek funds that align projects with appropriate funding sources. Who Should Attend • grant writers and grant program managers • criminal justice personnel • business leaders • private and not-for-profit organizations • those interested in learning more about writing grant proposals and concept papers for federal, state, and foundation funding

Testimonials “This was the most informative grant training I have ever attended!” “This was the best grant writing training I have ever been to by far!” “This training provided valuable insight and tips for grant writing and a look at what peer reviewers look for on their grants.” “The tips on proposal writing and places to find grant solicitations were very helpful.”

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Management & Leadership

DATES

October 23-24, 2012 (class # 50352)

TIME

8:00 am − 4:30 pm

COST

$325 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

Wisconsin Open Records Act for Police Records

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training This training is directed specifically towards police records. Participants will receive a comprehensive training manual containing relevant Wisconsin case law, information request response (denial) phrases, public policy justifications for withholding various records and information, and an annotated copy of the Open Records Act for future reference. Topics: • Wisconsin Open Records Act and related state and federal statutes and case law addressing restricted, privileged and confidential information • the right to personal privacy and requests for police records • handling requests for investigation and informant information • practical procedures for processing, approving, redacting and denying requests for information • Open Records Act file retention requirements, appeals procedures, and copy fees • news media relations and Open Records Act requests Training Objectives: • Apply the procedures necessary to make informed decisions regarding the release of information to the public and the news media. • Analyze an open records request and respond in an appropriate, justifiable manner. • Explain the “right to personal privacy” and how it applies to personal information. • Identify personal privacy issues associated with police records and apply the “balancing test.” • Identify the specific types of investigations, intelligence and informant information that are exempt for public inspection and copying. • Justify the nondisclosure of police records information based upon statutory, case law and public policy principles. • Develop an acceptable news media policy for the disclosure of police records information. Who Should Attend Personnel who handle police records are encouraged to attend.

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Missing, Abducted & Endangered Children

DATES

Feb 27: 8:00 am − 4:00 pm Feb 28: 8:00 am − 4:00 pm Mar 1: 8:00 am − 12:00 pm $250 on or before 2/15/13 (class # 62200)

LOCATION

Radisson Paper Valley Hotel 333 W. College Avenue Appleton, WI 54911

CONTACT

$275 after 2/15/13 (class # 62203)

(888) 370-1752 cjgrants@fvtc.edu

WEB

COST

February 27-Mar 1, 2013

TIME

7th Annual Responding to Missing & Unidentified Persons National Training Conference

www.fvtc.edu/missing www.ncjtc.org/CJC

About the Training Each year, tens of thousands of people vanish under suspicious circumstances. In the U.S. there are over 100,000 active missing persons’ and unidentified human remains cases each day. It is extremely important to improve access to crucial information and bridge gaps in resources between law enforcement agencies, forensic professionals; national, state, and local service providers, and families of the missing. This national conference addresses the critical training needs of those who work to solve these cases, and provides a unique opportunity to build multi-disciplinary approaches to investigating missing persons and solving unidentified remains cases. Learn about the latest available information systems and technology, investigative practices, and ways to develop effective inter-agency collaboration and protocol. Who Should Attend • law enforcement administrators, investigators, patrol, K-9 search/rescue officers, medical examiners, coroners, members of the forensic community • education administrators, academic counselors, school resource officers, campus security officers • community coalition members, faith-based and nonprofit organizations, advocates supporting aging/at-risk populations, families of the missing • service occupations national and state clearinghouse staff, victim and child welfare advocates, social service personnel

Keynote Speaker: Elizabeth Smart

The abduction of Elizabeth Smart was one of the most followed child abduction cases of our time. Elizabeth was abducted on June 5, 2002 and her captors had controlled her by threatening to kill her and her family if she tried to escape. Fortunately, the police safely returned Elizabeth back to her family on March 12, 2003 after being held prisoner for 9 months.

Through this traumatic experience Elizabeth has become an advocate for change related to child abduction, recovery programs and National legislation. Elizabeth triumphantly testified before her captor and the world about the very private nightmare she suffered during her abduction, which lead to conviction. Elizabeth is currently involved in the “Elizabeth Smart Foundation”, and she has helped promote The National AMBER Alert, The Adam Walsh Child Protection & Safety Act and other safety legislation to help prevent abductions. Elizabeth is also a News Correspondent for ABC News. In her presentation, Elizabeth will share her story and discuss topics such as overcoming extreme adversity and not allowing your past to dictate your life’s future.

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Tactical training

DATES

TBD

TIME

8:00 am − 4:30 pm

COST

$125 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

Close Quarter Combat (Armed/Unarmed)

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training Participants attending this training will be immersed in a variety of exercises and drills designed to prepare participants for unarmed and armed street confrontations. The training will include empty hand training as well as live fire. About the Instructor Lt. Dan Marcou has shared his skills with officers and helped them survive deadly encounters—physically, legally and emotionally for over 34 years. Training Equipment Participants should bring personal duty weapon (handgun), with three magazines, duty belt, vest, eye and ear protection. Participants should also bring red or blue training weapon, cup and mouth guard. Who Should Attend Patrol, corrections, FTO’s, and tactical instructors are encouraged to attend.

DATES TIME

8:00 am − 4:00 pm

COST

$120 per participant

LOCATION

Milwaukee Police Academy 6680 North Teutonia Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53209 Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

October 29-30, 2012 (class # 54523)

CONTACT

Crisis Negotiations Seminar (2-day)

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training This training is provided by the Wisconsin Crisis Negotiators Association, Milwaukee Police Department and Fox Valley Technical College. Day 1: Inspector Paul Shepherd (retired) from Odessa, TX, Police Department was one of the negotiators that brought the Pecos Prison Riot of 2008 to a successful conclusion and will present on this topic. Assistant Attorney General Dave Perlman will present a legal update. Investigator, instructor, and negotiator, Gary Noesner (retired), FBI, will present several incidents and historical perspectives of crisis negotiations. Day 2: Dr. Michael Webster, EdD, registered psychologist, deals exclusively with law enforcement agencies. As an expert in conflict resolution, he has helped resolve some of the most volatile situations in recent years. He will present problem solving in crisis negotiations, influence and psychology in crisis negotiation, split second persuasion, and active listening. Who Should Attend Crisis negotiators in law enforcement and corrections, their supervisors, tactical officers, and command officers are encouraged to attend.

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tactical training

DATES

8:00 am − 4:00 pm

LOCATION

Milwaukee Police Academy 6680 North Teutonia Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53209

CONTACT

$200 per participant

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

COST

October 29-Nov 2, 2012 (class # 54524)

TIME

Crisis Negotiations Seminar (5-day)

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training This training is provided by the Wisconsin Crisis Negotiators Association, Milwaukee Police Department and Fox Valley Technical College. See day 1 & 2 training descriptions under Crisis Negotiations Seminar (2-day) on page 39. Day 3 & 4: Dr. Michael Webster will provide more advanced level communication and negotiation skills to his presentation. Day 5: Milwaukee Police Department case studies and breakout training sessions. Who Should Attend Crisis negotiators in law enforcement and corrections, their supervisors, tactical officers, and command officers are encouraged to attend.

DATES TIME LOCATION

$125 per participant

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

8:00 am − 4:30 pm

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

September 18-20, 2012 (class # 50226)

COST

Crowd Control

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training Scrutiny of a law enforcement agency is never greater than during a large civil disturbance. The reasons for civil disturbances may be clear or unclear. Succeeding under these challenging circumstances requires a disciplined response from a properly trained and equipped unit. Officers and supervisors attending this training will come to understand the meaning of the statement, “In a crowd control situation you will accomplish more with ten officers working as a team than 100 officers working as individuals.” --Lt. Dan Marcou. The La Crosse Police Department has become nationally recognized for their expertise in dealing with large disturbances due to their practical hands-on experiences. Their practical application of solid defensible Crowd Control Tactics have become a national model for agencies to follow. These applications are featured in two police training tapes, Problem Solving in a Civil Disturbance, and In the Line of Duty’s “Crowd Control”. Who Should Attend This training is restricted to sworn law enforcement.

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Tactical training

December 17-Jan 11, 2013 (class # 55155)

TIME

8:00 am − 5:00 pm

COST

$595 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

May 20-Jun 1, 2013 (class # 62815)

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

DATES

Defense and Arrest Tactics (DAAT) Instructor

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training This instructor training is designed to meet the requirements for DAAT Instructor certification from the Wisconsin Training and Standards Bureau. This instructor training will follow the guidelines established by the Wisconsin LESB and associated training guides. Prerequisite All participants must have Instructor Development Course (IDC) certification prior to attending. Who Should Attend Certified law enforcement or correctional officers, FTOs, or field supervisors are encouraged to attend.

December 10-14, 2012 (class # 55154)

TIME

8:00 am − 5:00 pm

COST

$400 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

March 11-15, 2013 (class # 62819)

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

DATES

Emergency Vehicle Operator Course (EVOC) Instructor

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training This training is designed to provide law enforcement trainers with the knowledge and skills necessary to design, develop, and teach effective emergency vehicle operation during stressful and demanding driving situations encountered in the performance of law enforcement duties. This training follows Department of Justice, Training and Standards Emergency Vehicle Operation guidelines, objectives and competencies for instructor certification. Officers must bring a department-authorized squad car for all range exercises. Prerequisite All participants must have Instructor Development Course (IDC) certification prior to attending. Who Should Attend Any certified law enforcement officer(s) with a minimum of three years of law enforcement experience.

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tactical training

DATES

September 24-28, 2012 (class # 54194)

TIME

8:00 am − 4:30 pm

COST

$140 per participant

LOCATION

Radisson Paper Valley Hotel 333 W. College Avenue Appleton, WI 54911

CONTACT

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

FBI-Hostage (Crisis) Negotiation Symposium

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training The FBI National Academy Associates and Fox Valley Technical College are proud to sponsor this 40-hour Crisis Negotiation Certification. This symposium will cover those concepts specially related to department personnel assigned as negotiators or those that will be given that assignment after this certification training. Timely and relevant negotiation concepts and techniques will be covered in this symposium. Topics: • legal concepts and considerations • equipment issues and advancements • practical hostage scenario applications and exercises • basic principles of hostage negotiation • crisis management and suicide prevention • documentation considerations Who Should Attend Law enforcement, corrections, probation and parole, negotiators, SWAT officers and those sworn personnel needing more training in crisis negotiations are encouraged to attend.

Firearms Instructor DATES TIME COST

$400 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914 Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

Prerequisite All participants must have Instructor Development Course (IDC) certification prior to attending.

www.fvtc.edu/cj

Who Should Attend Certified law enforcement officers and those who have completed the LESB IDC are encouraged to attend.

WEB

8:00 am − 4:30 pm

CONTACT

About the Training This 40-hour training has been designed to provide the instructor candidate with the special knowledge and skills necessary to establish and conduct a departmental firearms training program using Wisconsin LESB training manuals and objectives.

March 11-15, 2013 (class # 62813)

Topics: • weapons safety, storage, nomenclature and maintenance • weapon handling skills necessary to accomplish tactical situations involving deadly force • constitutional and state requirements and department policy considerations • lesson plan development and instructional presentations • range considerations, exercises and equipment issues NOTE: Lead free ammunition supplied for this training.

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Tactical training

DATES

April 15-19, 2013 (week 1) May 13-17, 2013 (week 2) (class # 62481)

TIME

8:00 am − 5:00 pm

COST

$700 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

First Level Leadership

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training This training will provide the first level leader or recently promoted supervisor the skills, knowledge, and understanding of supervisory responsibilities in a law enforcement agency. Topics: • ethics for leaders • internal investigations • working with the problem employee • introduction to supervision • legal update • mental health concerns recognizing behaviors and resources • leadership and communications • managing the problem employee • applied leadership principles and first level leadership • media relations • using ICS and major crime scenes and disasters Who Should Attend This training is ideal for those recently promoted or those needing first level leadership training in a public safety profession.

Instructor Development

DATES

November 5-8, 2012 (class # 54422) March 25-28, 2013 (class # 61751)

TIME

8:00 am − 4:30 pm

COST

$250 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

May 20-23, 2013 (class # 61753)

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training This formal, learning-intense 32-hour training provides an overview of the “essentials of training” and teaches participants how to create a performance-based instructional environment that maximizes student learning through scenario-based training. A prevailing theme throughout this training will be the concept that instruction must produce in the learner certain knowledge, skills and attitudes consistent with actual on-the-job performance. Participants will develop and enhance those instructional skills that promote active learning by applying various teaching methodologies. Upon completion of this training participants will: • develop PowerPoint presentations • meet LESB Instructor Certification requirements • develop and promote instructor speaking skills • create a performance-based instructional environment Who Should Attend New instructors and those requiring LESB certification are encouraged to attend.

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tactical training

DATES

April 22-25, 2013 (class # 63191)

TIME

8:00 am − 4:30 pm

COST

$200 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

International Police Mountain Bike Association (IPMBA) School

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training • Demonstrate ability and proficiency to balance and maneuver at a variety of speeds. • Demonstrate full emergency braking safely. • Demonstrate a proper descent of stairs and steep inclines, without damaging the bike or losing control. • Have an understanding of the principles and two methods of stair ascents • Safely and effectively dismount at various speeds. • Demonstrate a proper right/left side cross over maneuver, and a cross-over takedown. • Demonstrate three methods of using the bike defensively. • Demonstrate proper exiting as well as draw and dry fire. • Demonstrate proper riding protocol (group riding, traffic, signals, lane usage, positioning, pedal cadence, shifting). • Understand the mechanics of a traffic stop by a mountain bike officer. Who Should Attend/Equipment Requirements • participants must be a member of a city, county, state, federal or military law enforcement agency • be in good physical condition • be covered by “on the job” industrial insurance • have access to a mountain bike the entire training • have duty uniform and duty gear, clothing for any weather • spare inner tube, pump and basic tools • bike light and flashlight for night operations

DATES TIME LOCATION

$595 per participant

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

8:00 am − 6:00 pm

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

TBD

COST

Principles of Subject Control (POSC) Instructor

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training Instructor candidates will learn the basic conceptual framework and physical skills for application of Principles of Subject Control (POSC), which is the system for proper use of force in a correctional setting. Instructor candidates will learn and demonstrate the proper use of defensive tactics in the correctional setting per LESB guidelines. Instructor candidates will understand student behaviors in learning this system and make constructive corrections when poor behavior is observed. The training is physically demanding and requires the instructor candidate to be in excellent physical shape. Prerequisite All participants must have Instructor Development Course (IDC) certification prior to attending. Who Should Attend Correctional officers, supervisors, DAAT instructors, and those requiring this certification skill for employment are encouraged to attend.

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Tactical training

DATES

February 4-5, 2013 (class # 63110)

TIME

8:00 am − 5:00 pm

COST

$175 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College Room C190C 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

(888) 370-1752 cjgrants@fvtc.edu

WEB

Problem Oriented Policing

www.ncjtc.org/CJC

About the Training This training is designed to change the way officers look at chronic policing problems. It challenges the officer to look beyond short-term, traditional, day-to-day solutions to address chronic policing problems. It encourages officers to systematically develop and implement long-term solutions that take into consideration the potential influence of community stakeholders and non-traditional strategies that may not involve the criminal justice system. Topics: • evolution of American policing • concepts of POP vs Community Oriented Policing • key elements of POP • SARA process in POP • theory of crime and opportunity; causes and prevention • concepts in Situational Crime Prevention • identifying a chronic policing problem • importance of tracking crime data • strategies to implement a well thought out POP response • resources available to help in the implementation of POP Who Should Attend This training is restricted to sworn law enforcement.

December 12-14, 2012 (class # 54573)

TIME COST

$125 per participant Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914 Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

Prerequisite All participants must have Instructor Development Course (IDC) certification prior to attending.

www.fvtc.edu/cj

Who Should Attend LESB instructors, telecommunicators, FTO’s supervisors, or those desiring more training in communication with the public are encouraged to attend.

WEB

8:00 am − 4:30 pm

LOCATION

March 8-12, 2013 (class # 62820)

About the Training During this training, instructor candidates will learn the role of communication in law enforcement and will develop, apply and instruct specific communication skills and the strategies in a variety of simulated situations. Role play scenarios will be emphasized. Upon completion of this training, instructors will be recognized by the Wisconsin LESB as a certified Professional Communications Instructor as recognized in the Unified Tactical field. Internet based learning will be conducted in this training. Note: First classroom/ campus day is Friday.

CONTACT

DATES

Professional Communication Skills Instructor

Training Objectives: • apply knowledge of the communication process • apply appropriate communication techniques • integrate verbal/physical intervention skills appropriately • demonstrate and apply communication concepts in a simulated environment

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tactical training

DATES

April 8-10, 2013 (class # 63108)

TIME

April 8-9: 8:00 am − 5:00 pm April 10: 8:00 am − 12:00 pm

COST

$250 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College Room C190C 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

(888) 370-1752 cjgrants@fvtc.edu

WEB

Protection Protocols for Elected Officials, Business Dignitaries and High Profile Individuals

www.fvtc.edu/protect www.ncjtc.org/CJC

About the Training This 2.5 day training is intended for the small protection unit and provides participants with the skills for developing comprehensive procedures to secure protected individuals in any environment. Training was developed by former Secret Service agents and is based upon the techniques of the elite “Presidential Protection Unit”. The training uses a proactive and preventative philosophy that includes conducting security advances, preparing preliminary survey reports, and developing emergency contingencies. Additional topics include physical protection training, information development, intelligence selection, essential equipment, and various motorcade route concerns. Hands-on training for walking formations, reacting to an assault, and emergency evacuation will also be explored. Participants will apply state-of-the-art methodologies for providing personal security to elected officials, business executives, and/or VIPs who employ either a law enforcement or private security force. Who Should Attend • law enforcement personnel • corporate security personnel • individuals with assigned responsibilities for protecting high profile individuals

September 24, 2012 (AM class # 53983; PM class # 53984)

TIME

November 1, 2012 (AM class # 53985; PM class # 53986) 8:00 am − 12:00 pm OR 1:00 pm − 5:00 pm

LOCATION COST

DATES

Pursuit In-Service

$50 per participant

CONTACT

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training This 4-hour training will consist of both classroom and behind-the-wheel sessions. The classroom session will include new traffic statutes, court decisions, department policy, Act 88 and Intervention Options for Emergency Vehicle Operation. This training covers new competencies established by the Law Enforcement Standards Board for 2011. The behind-the-wheel session will include a simulated pursuit that will end with a roadblock, channelization or use of a tire deflation device. A Precision Immobilization Technique (PIT) maneuver will be conducted with officers acting as the back-up units. The session will conclude with a cumulative skills assessment. This training is designed to cover LESB requirements for pursuit driving in-service requirements. Participants must bring a department authorized squad car and pursuit policy. PIT will be performed using FVTC vehicles. Who Should Attend Any law enforcement personnel required to operate police authorized vehicles are encouraged to attend.

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Tactical training

Radar Operations Certification

DATES

December 10-12, 2012 (class # 50002) April 15-17, 2013 (class # 63115)

TIME

8:00 am − 4:30 pm

COST

$215 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

August 19-21, 2013 (class # 80012)

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training This training will enable participants to proficiently setup, test, and operate a radar unit in both the stationary and mobile modes of operation. Upon completion of this training, participant will satisfy the legal requirements necessary to operate a police traffic radar. Who Should Attend Law enforcement personnel, academic students and recruits are encouraged to attend.

DATES

TBD

TIME

8:00 am − 6:00 pm

COST

$175 per participant

LOCATION

Shiocton Shooting Range Shiocton, WI

CONTACT

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

Two-Gun Long Gun Instructor

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training This 3-day training will cover competencies and objectives to certify the candidate as a long gun instructor, both in the patrol rifle and shotgun. Training Objectives: • safe operation and handling • long gun fundamentals • carry positions and considerations • ammunition types and loading requirements • live fire exercises • barricades • movement • transition considerations • sight in/sight alignment • low light • weapon care and maintenance Prerequisites Participants must have attained and currently hold LESB firearms instructor certification prior to class. A patrol rifle and patrol shotgun, side arm and ammunition−rifle and shotgun are required for this training.

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tactical training

October 22-24, 2012 (class # 54542)

TIME

8:00 am − 4:30 pm

COST

$225 per participant

LOCATION

Fox Valley Technical College 1825 N. Bluemound Dr. Appleton, WI 54914

CONTACT

March 13-15, 2013 (class # 62812)

Center for Professional Education (920) 735-4773 (920) 735-2482 cjregister@fvtc.edu

WEB

DATES

Vehicle Contacts Instructor

www.fvtc.edu/cj

About the Training This training is designed to meet the requirements for instructor certification in vehicle contacts as recognized by the Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) LESB. Emphasis will be placed on the unified tactics programs and their relationship to vehicle contacts, specifically using the Disturbance Resolution Model and RESPOND. Practical exercises and simulations will be conducted; bring appropriate gear for inclement weather. Required Equipment • vehicle stop policy • squad car (preferred, but optional) • duty belt with no weapon (training gun optional) Prerequisite All participants must have Instructor Development Course (IDC) certification prior to attending. Who Should Attend Any certified law enforcement officer, FTO, or supervisor is encouraged to attend.

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Tribal Training

DATES

Apr 16: 8:30 am − 5:00 pm Apr 17: 9:00 am − 4:00 pm Apr 18: 9:00 am − 12:30 pm

WEB

CONTACT

LOCATION

COST

April 16-18, 2013

TIME

8th Annual Crimes Against Children in Indian Country Conference About the Training Our native youth are impacted by unique and challenging threats that affect their physical and emotional well-being at a rate many times higher than their non-native peers.

$275 after 3/22/13 (class # 63253)

Many times tribal communities do not have the same access as other communities to the necessary resources for addressing these threats. Attend this conference to learn about successful approaches to combat serious issues that affect our Native youth such as: • suicide and depression • school violence, bullying and gang activity • Internet and sexual predators • domestic violence and substance abuse • historical, physical, and emotional trauma

Black Bear Casino Resort 1785 Highway 210 Carlton, MN 55718

Since its inception in 2006, this conference for tribal and non-tribal service practitioners has addressed the challenges and opportunities presented when working with youth in Indian Country. Sessions are presented by professionals experienced working with native youth.

$225 on or before 3/22/13 (class # 63252)

(888) 370-1752 cjgrants@fvtc.edu

www.fvtc.edu/cacic www.ncjtc.org/CJC

Conference Objectives: Participants will explore the current challenges facing Native youth. By attending these sessions on diverse issues, participants will acquire tools that will enable them to recognize, analyze and formulate a comprehensive multi-disciplinary/multi-jurisdictional plan to improve quality of life in their communities. Who Should Attend • law enforcement personnel • crime victim advocates and service providers • social workers • child protection advocates and service providers • probation/parole and correctional officers • youth program coordinators and peer counselors • judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys and court personnel • employee assistance and community service providers • school counselors, teachers, principals and superintendents • sex offender monitors and re-entry staff • service organization staff • community leaders and concerned citizens

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Victim Services

DATES

August 20-22, 2013

TIME

Aug 20: 8:00 am − 4:30 pm Aug 21: 8:00 am − 4:30 pm Aug 22: 8:00 am − 12:00 pm

COST

TBD

LOCATION

TBD

CONTACT

(888) 370-1752 cjgrants@fvtc.edu

WEB

4th Annual Wisconsin Serving Victims of Crime Conference

www.fvtc.edu/wivocc www.ncjtc.org/CJC

About the Training Attend this comprehensive conference to gain the latest knowledge and skills you need to serve victims of crime. Learn about innovative victim assistance programs and gain resources for enhancing the services you provide using a multidisciplinary approach. Choose from a wide variety of workshops conducted by knowledgeable experts addressing some of today’s most critical topics and issues facing victims of crime and service providers. This conference also provides an environment conducive to networking, helping you to better strengthen interagency relationships and best serve your communities! Who Should Attend • victim advocates, prosecutors, attorneys • counselors, social workers, mental health service providers, psychologists, nurses • administrators, program managers, educators, researchers • law enforcement, school liaisons, community officers • volunteers, clergy, nonprofit managers, system-based victim service providers • probation/parole/correctional officers, sex offender specialists, re-entry staff

Testimonials “Great training. Great presenters. The information, the complexity, the outreach, and the information was great.” “I can use all of the information in my everyday work.” “This is one of the best conferences I have ever attended! The speaker selection was great and I wish I could have seen/listened to more of them. This conference has encouraged me to become more active.”

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Training & Technical Assistance

NCJTC can customize subject-matter training or justice-related services to meet your needs. A 20+ year history of service delivery to the criminal justice field serves as a background for the development of many types of services and other resources. Do you see a training you need but does not fit with your department’s schedule? Are there components of a training that you would like to receive, but the entire agenda may not fit your department’s needs? Many times it may be more convenient and cost effective to tailor a training specific to your needs and bring it to a location near you. Training There are a variety of options for customized training: • bring a scheduled training agenda/topics to a location near you, • customize a series of topics for your local jurisdiction, or • share training regionally with other departments near you. NCJTC has a number of regional training locations throughout the country to help bring relevant training closer to your jurisdiction. If you have an interest in serving as a training location for your region, the benefits are two-fold: you can train more of your staff and you can typically do so at a significantly reduced rate. For more information on customized training, please contact us at (855) 866-2582 or email info@ncjtc.org. Technical Assistance NCJTC provides a wide array of services that support multi-jurisdictional and multi-disciplinary as well as other criminal justice system requests for assistance. You can request assistance in the following areas: • strategic planning • community collaboration and development • needs assessment • capacity and team building • program sustainability • resource development • grant writing strategies Sometimes an entire agenda may not fit your department’s needs or you may identify the components you do need. Support can be provided through onsite assistance delivered by staff or consultants, as well as peer-to-peer technical support and customized assistance. We can also assist with the coordination of community or other justice related events. Give us a call and we will work together to find the best solution to meet your needs!

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From start to finish, e NCJTC can help mak ted your next justice rela conference or event successful!

Conferences NCJTC manages a growing number of annual conferences and national events. Contact us for support in all aspects of event management. Our conference planners can: • plan and facilitate advisory board meetings, • establish event outcomes and theme, • create and market to targeted subject-matter audiences, • develop event agenda, • coordinate speaker/instructor logistics, • provide onsite technical and coordination support, • facilitate speaker, topic, and training event evaluation, and • conduct event analysis, prepare reports, and apply lessons-learned for long-term strategy development.

What Sets Us Apart? NCJTC is one of the leading national trainers and educators in the field of criminal justice today. 1. National leader with a 20 year training history 2. Training provided by expert practitioners 3. Unparalleled resources supported by experienced staff 4. Conducted training in all 50 states to over 100,000 professionals 5. Customized training and technical assistance to meet your specific needs

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Executive Search, Salary Studies, Consolidation Studies & Assessment Centers The Fox Valley Technical College (FVTC), Center for Professional Education has years of serving the law enforcement community in many different educational and training aspects. Executive Search & Selection FVTC offers a comprehensive, cost effective, executive search service. We realize that selecting a chief of police is one of the most important responsibilities a community and its police and fire commission must face. We can also assist with: • job descriptions and candidate profiling • promoting within opportunities and requirements • recruitment and advertising • application screening, assessing and selection • thorough background investigations Salary Studies Salary studies can be conducted using departments of comparable size and demographics to ensure that your agency’s pay scales are within the market rate. This will allow you to be successful in maintaining your current workforce and to be competitive in recruiting new employees.

Law Enforcement Consolidation Studies Law enforcement consolidation is not new to Wisconsin law enforcement. It’s been a form of contention for those municipalities that are trying to find ways to better serve their communities with less money. FVTC has experienced staff that can research options, assess feasibility, and if appropriate, implement a plan for consolidated services.

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Promotional Level Assessments Supervisory, Command Staff and CEO FVTC Center for Professional Education has also assisted many departments with promotional and chief executive officer selection. Trained and certified assessors utilize agency specific – job related knowledge and abilities evaluation process. FVTC has assisted departments in selecting candidates for: • sergeant • detective/investigator • lieutenant • deputy chief/assistant chief • first line supervisor • police officer • commander • chief of police • detective lieutenant • office manager For additional information on executive search, salary studies, consolidation studies or assessment centers, contact Mark Kohl at (920) 831-4367 or email kohl@fvtc.edu.

Testimonials “We consider the promotional assessments that FVTC has provided to our department in the past a critical component in the evaluation and selection of candidates that serve as command staff. We will continue to use and value the results that the assessment center provides.” Ed Whealon, Chief of Police Shawano Police Department

“Fox Valley Technical College gave us unbiased, insightful information on the hiring process for the New London Police Chief. Their guidance allowed us to better weigh our options. The process was cost effective, efficient, and we could not be happier with the end result.” Allen R. Grumann, Police & Fire Commission President City of New London

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Map of Fox Valley Technical College Main Campus

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Map of D.J. Bordini Center

Appleton main Campus 1825 N. Bluemound Drive PO Box 2277 Appleton, WI 54912-2277

Training center D.J. Bordini Center 5 Systems Drive Appleton, WI 54914

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FAQs & General Information What i

f I forg o p asswo t my rd?

How do I know if I have an account with FVTC?

You can click “Forgot your ID or Password”. You may then search by ID or SSN.

Click “Forgot your ID or Password” to search for your account. If you do not have an account, you will receive a message stating the information you provided is not found in the system.

Registration FAQs

What if I know my student ID number, but the system does not recognize my date of birth? Your student account may have been set-up without your date of birth information. This will need to be added by FVTC staff by contacting the Help Desk at (920) 735-5644. What if I am the training coordinator and I need to register several people? You can ask each person to register and add you (training coordinator) as the approving authority. Another option is to become set-up as a training coordinator to register multiple people and create new accounts. How do I become set-up as a training coordinator? If you would like to become a training coordinator in the FVTC registration system, email cjregister@fvtc.edu to request the Training Coordinator Form. As a new coordinator, you will have to validate your account before any of the training coordinator tools will be available to you. You will receive an email containing a code you will need to use. You will now be able to log into the system to register multiple individuals. Should I be providing my agency information or my home information? You should provide your agency information as it may be included on a class roster. How will I know if my registration was received and approved? You will receive an email at the time you register indicating that your registration is pending. You will receive additional emails once you have been approved and confirmed in the class. The approving authority listed will receive copies of these emails as well.

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What happens if I am on the wait list? When an individual drops from the course, we offer their seat to the next person on the wait list. We will contact an individual directly via phone or email. When can I make my travel arrangements? Once you have received the e-mail confirming your attendance in a class, you may then make your travel arrangements. Do not make arrangements before receiving this e-mail, as you may not have a seat in the class. Registration does not equate to confirmation. How do I make a substitution in attendance? You will need to email the general registration email address listed on the training page with the following information: individual currently registered and full name of the substituting individual. You will then need to drop the person no longer coming and register the new person. What if I need to withdraw from a training? Please return to the “MyTraining” portal, and use the drop feature. You can find the drop button by logging in, clicking on “MyClasses” and locating the name of the class. The drop button will be next to the listing. FVTC will refund course fees if participants cancel prior to the training date. Participants who do not attend, or cancel registration on/after the training date, are responsible for the full payment. If the course is cancelled by FVTC, participants will receive a refund. If you paid by credit card, the processing fee of 2.75% is non-refundable. If you are a training coordinator and wish to withdraw a student, log-in to your Training Coordinator Tools and select Drop a Student under the Enrollment History menu. What if my class gets postponed or canceled? FVTC will make every effort to ensure classes run. In the event of low enrollment or other extenuating circumstances, FVTC may be required to postpone or cancel a class. In the event a class is postponed or canceled, students will be notified in advance. Students will be given an option to enroll in the course at a later date or receive a full refund (less 2.75% credit card charge fees if applicable). Who can I contact if I have trouble registering? You can either contact the Help Desk at (920) 735-5644 or the contact identified on the training page in this catalog.

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FAQs & General Information

Making A Payment

How do I make an online payment? Once you have registered for a class using the online process, go to the “Make a Payment” link and follow the instructions. What credit cards does FVTC accept? Explain the reason why the college will not accept Visa as a payment source? Master Card, Discover and American Express are the only credit cards that FVTC will accept. Visa is not accepted due to high fees charged back to the college. Credit card refunds (cost of class only) are sent by check to the student, not credited to the student’s credit card. The 2.75% credit card fee is non-refundable. Student will see the full charge to their credit card. Can I have a bill sent to my agency? Yes. When using the online process, go to the “Make a Payment” link and follow the instructions, using your agency’s billing information. When are invoices sent to students or organizations? Student invoices are sent approximately the 15th of the month. Organization (3rd Party Billing) invoices are sent approximately the end of the month. Who do I make the check payable to and where does it get sent? The checks can be made payable to “Fox Valley Technical College” and sent to: Fox Valley Technical College Attn: Enrollment Services 1825 N. Bluemound Drive PO Box 2277 Appleton, WI 54912-2277 If you are mailing a check, please indicate the name of the participant(s) along with the class number and student ID number(s) if applicable. This will assure proper application of the payment to your agency’s account.

General Information

SPECIAL ASSISTANCE FVTC is dedicated to creating accessible training where students with disabilities have an equal opportunity to fully participate in all aspects of the educational environment. We cooperate through partnerships with training participants, instructors, and staff to promote students’ independence and to recognize individuals for their abilities, not disabilities. If you need special assistance to participate in a training event, call the training contact listed on the catalog training page prior to the training.

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MEETING ROOM TEMPERATURES Meeting room temperatures can vary. If you are more sensitive to cool temperatures, we recommend dressing in layers or bringing a sweater or jacket. CONTINUING EDUCATION HOURS Because each state often has different continuing education requirements, we are not able to provide prior approval for continuing education units (CEUs). When available, we do list the available continuing training hours in our course materials. In many cases, participants have been successful obtaining CEUs by submitting a copy of the FVTC event agenda and their certificate of completion to their appropriate certifying agency. Participants can also obtain an official FVTC transcript listing all completed FVTC training. To obtain an official transcript, call the toll-free hotline at (847) 716-3005.

Onsite Logistics [Appleton Training]

AIRPORT INFORMATION If your training is located at Fox Valley Technical College’s Appleton Campus, students are encouraged to use the Outagamie County Regional Airport (ATW); a state-of-the-art regional airport that offers daily flights to six major hubs, and is just five minutes away from Fox Valley Technical College. Airlines include Allegiant Air, United and Delta. Ground transportation is available via rental cars (Hertz, Budget, Avis, Enterprise & National/Alamo) and some hotels offer shuttle bus service. Visit www.atwairport.com for more information or use your favorite carrier and enter airport code ATW to get a convenient, direct flight into Appleton! PARKING There’s plenty of parking at all of our campuses. No need to purchase a parking pass; just park in the designated student lots for hassle-free convenience. DINING For trainings held at FVTC’s Appleton campus, breakfast and lunch are available on most days in the cafeteria through the culinary arts program. Students will have a variety of tasty options to choose from; you’re sure to find just what you need. Additional dining options are available offsite. Students can choose from a wide variety of cuisine in Appleton’s 198+ restaurants. THINGS TO DO If you are attending training at the Appleton Campus, visit the Fox Cities Convention and Visitors Bureau website at www.foxcities.org to learn more about local events and area attractions.

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Free Wi-Fi Shuttle to airport & FVTC 24 hour fitness center 2 onsite restaurants (920) 735-9955 150 S. Nicolet Road, Appleton, WI

• Closest sest h hotel otell to to FVTC FV TC campus cam amp pus • Shuttle service provided to airport and campus • Complimentary hot breakfast buffet • Complimentary cocktails at our on site bar • All suite property—all rooms have a living room with sofa sleeper, microwave, and refrigerator 3809 W. Wisconsin Ave., Appleton, WI 54914 (920) 730-3800 | comfortsuites.com

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Shop ‘til you . . . Savor

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800-236-6673 Fox Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau • 3433 W. College Avenue • Appleton, Wisconsin 54914

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40,000 sq. ft. of Conference and Meeting Room Space 390 Guest Rooms Free Wireless Internet throughout the Hotel 5 Restaurants 3 lounges Pool and Fitness Center Local Attractions the Radisson Paper Valley Hotel in Appleton is located in the heart of downtown, a prime spot for exploring the city, and only 3 miles from the mall. the downtown has over 40 unique shops, restaurants, and bars within walking distance of the hotel, as well as several museums and the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center. Vince Lombardi’s Steakhouse, bringing you “Our Commitment to Excellence” Jo a la Mode, featuring Starbucks® coffee, ice cream, and “Grab & Go” items ®

Clubhouse Sports Pub & Grill, providing you with “the world of sports” intermezzo, our relaxing “take on the tropics” The Orchard, serving breakfast & lunch and our award-winning Sunday Brunch All located in the Radisson Paper Valley Hotel

Downtown Appleton 333 West College Avenue Appleton, WI 54911 Phone: 920-733-8000 or 800-242-3499

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index of trainings Basic Locksmithing.................................................................................................................................................. 14 Basic New Detective/Investigator Training......................................................................................................22 Child Abuse Investigations.................................................................................................................................... 11 Child Fatality Investigations.............................................................................................................................11, 12 Close Quarter Combat (Armed/Unarmed)......................................................................................................39 Correctional Training Officer (CTO) Certification..........................................................................................28 Court Safety & Security Conference.................................................................................................................. 15 Crime Prevention and Physical Security Surveys........................................................................................... 16 Crimes Against Children in Indian Country (CACIC) Conference............................................................49 Crisis Negotiations Seminar (2-day)...................................................................................................................39 Crisis Negotiations Seminar (5-day)...................................................................................................................40 Crowd Control...........................................................................................................................................................40 Defense and Arrest Tactics (DAAT) Instructor............................................................................................... 41 Drug Identification, Recognition, and Legal Update......................................................................................22 Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement & Public Safety Professionals................................................28 Ethical, Character Driven Leadership Symposium.........................................................................................29 Emergency Vehicle Operator Course (EVOC) Instructor............................................................................ 41 Executive Development Institute.........................................................................................................................30 FBI-Hostage (Crisis) Negation Symposium.....................................................................................................42 FBI Statement Analysis Symposium.................................................................................................................. 31 Fingerprint Processing: Powders to Chemicals and Beyond......................................................................23 Firearms Instructor...................................................................................................................................................42 First Level Leadership.............................................................................................................................................43 Field Training Officer (FTO) Instruction & Certification............................................................................... 31 Field Training Officer (FTO) Supervising/Managing......................................................................................32 Group Crisis Intervention....................................................................................................................................... 21 Instructor Development.........................................................................................................................................43 Internet Based Investigative Resources............................................................................................................ 19 Investigating Cold Case, Unidentified and Missing Persons Cases.........................................................23 Investigative Photography ..................................................................................................................................... 24 Investigative Resources for the Criminal Investigator...................................................................................25 International Police Mountain Bike Association (IPMBA) School.............................................................44 Law Enforcement Administrative Professionals (LEAP) Conference.......................................................32 Law Enforcement and the Media: A Winning Combination........................................................................33 Learning from the Battle of Gettysburg Symposium.....................................................................................33 Lock Picking for Law Enforcement..................................................................................................................... 16 Management of Evidence & Recovered Property..........................................................................................26 Missing & Exploited Children Investigations: Case Management Challenges...................................... 12 Multi-Jurisdictional Law Enforcement Conference........................................................................................ 17 Ohio Law Enforcement Administrative Professionals (OHLEAP) Training Conference.....................34 Personal Excellence and the Winning Mind & Warrior Spirit.....................................................................34 Principles of Subject Control (POSC) Instructor............................................................................................44 Problem Oriented Policing.....................................................................................................................................45 Professional Communication Skills Instructor................................................................................................45 Protection Protocols for Elected Officials, Business Dignitaries and High Profile Individuals.........46 Pursuit In-Service.....................................................................................................................................................46 Radar Operations Certification............................................................................................................................ 47 Reid® Advanced Techniques of Interview & Interrogations....................................................................... 27 Reid® Basic Techniques of Interview & Interrogations............................................................................... 27 Resource Allocation.................................................................................................................................................35 Responding to Missing & Unidentified Persons National Training Conference...................................38 Risk Management for Public Safety...................................................................................................................35 School Resource Officer Training Conference............................................................................................... 18 Search Warrants, Affidavits and the Development of Probable Cause.................................................. 18 Search Warrants in a Digital Age......................................................................................................................... 19 Successful Grant Writing: Selling & Sustaining Your Program...................................................................36 Suicide Prevention, Intervention & Postvention.............................................................................................. 21 Telecommunicator Basic........................................................................................................................................20 Two-Gun Long Gun Instructor.............................................................................................................................. 47 Vehicle Contacts Instructor..................................................................................................................................48 Wisconsin Attorney General’s Conference on Protecting Our Children................................................. 13 Wisconsin Open Records Act for Police Records......................................................................................... 37 Wisconsin Serving Victims of Crime Conference.........................................................................................50

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Additional conference information on pg. 17.

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MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL

Law Enforcement Conference November 7−9, 2012 | Green Bay, WI This year’s conference theme, The Power of Partnerships emphasizes the need for communities and agencies to continue collaborative work to maintain and build upon criminal justice programs and the relationships that foster positive change. Conference sessions will feature topics within seven primary disciplines and will promote collaboration across disciplines. Highlighted areas of interest include:

Law Enforcement

Victim Services

Management & Leadership Identify & Seize Electronic Evidence Heroin Use & Trafficking Girls & Gangs

Peacemaking: Making Things Right* Law Enforcement Considerations for Victim Response Investigating Cases Involving Developmentally Disabled Adult Victims Native Young Adults & Suicide

Sex Offender Management SORNA Implementation: Sustainability & Access to Resources* Tribe & Territory Sex Offender Registry System (TTSORS) SORNA: Access to National Databases for Tribes* Juveniles Who Sexually Offend

Alcohol & Substance Abuse Street Drug Trends Pharmaceutical Drug Trends Youth & Substance Abuse* Program Evaluation Made Simple *Pending U.S. Department of Justice approval.

The website includes a comprehensive agenda as well as information on registration, exhibiting and financial assistance opportunities.

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Non-Profit Organization U.S. Postage Paid Permit NO. 116 Appleton, WI

Naonal Criminal Jusce Training Center 1825 N. Bluemound Drive PO Box 2277 Appleton, WI 54912-2277

www.ncjtc.org

Don’t miss!

Elizabeth Smart 7th Annual Annuual Responding to Missing & Unidentified Unidenntified Persons Conference

February 27−March 2 1, 2013 | Appleton, WI www.fvtc.edu/missing w


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