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CUYAHOGA COMMUNITY COLLEGE (TRI-C®)

Law Enforcement Training 2020 COURSE SCHEDULE


TABLE OF CONTENTS Basic Academies

Human Relations

Corrections...................................................3 Dispatch Communications............................4 Police (Peace Officer)....................................5 Private Security.............................................6

Continued Professional Training (CPT) Blue Courage................................................7 Community Policing......................................8 Full Executive................................................9 Legal Updates...............................................9 Physical Agility........................................... 10 Practical Application of Force..................... 11 Procedural Justice...................................... 12 Trauma-Informed Policing........................... 13

Driving Advanced Emergency Night Driving............. 14 Advanced Emergency Response Operations................................. 14 SUV/Cruiser Driving .................................. 15 Pursuit Supervision.................................... 16

Blue Courage............................................. 21 Investigating Citizen Complaints................. 22

Patrol Advanced Search and Seizure: Narcotics.... 23 Advanced Search and Seizure: Traffic Stops............................................... 23 Advanced Search and Seizure: Warrantless Search.................................... 24 Advanced Tactics for Patrol......................... 25 Emotional Survival for Female Enforcers..... 26 How to Predict Violence.............................. 27 Peace Officer Refresher.............................. 28 Police Urban Mountain Bicycle................... 29 Standardized Field Sobriety Testing Update........................................... 30 Street Crimes Training................................. 31

Traffic Traffic Crash Report Refresher.................... 32 Traffic Collision Investigation....................... 32

Subject Control and Physical Training

Firearms Private Security Qualification...................... 17 Private Security Requalification.................. 18 Wound Ballistics........................................ 19

First Aid First Aid/CPR/AED..................................... 20

Advanced Defensive Training...................... 33 Advanced PT Training.................................. 33 OC Spray................................................... 34 R.A.D. Training............................................ 34 Tactical Baton............................................ 35

PROGRAM CONTACTS Chief and Dean, Public Safety Clayton Harris 216-987-4425

Advanced Law Enforcement Training Carrie Havens 216-987-3033

Director, Law Enforcement Division James Copeland 216-987-0641

Basic Police Academy Nancy Nekoranec 216-987-3076

Program Assistant Rachael Sedlak 216-987-3031 Rangemaster Sgt. William Woo 216-987-0214

Private Security Academy Terry Muff 216-987-3037

2020 Schedule • Call 216-987-3031 to register • Complete course listing: www.tri-c.edu/lawenforcement 1


MESSAGE FROM THE CHIEF Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) is integral to the communities of Northeast Ohio. The Tri-C Public Safety Center of Excellence aligns with regional economic development efforts to offer in-demand programming and integrated pathways between workforce and academic programs, giving students more options for learning and future careers. From now until 2023, experts project that more than 20,000 protective service employees in Northeast Ohio will need to be replaced. Tri-C trains more emergency response professionals than any other institution in Ohio, and the Public Safety Center of Excellence is committed to remaining a regional leader in public safety training to help fill those vacancies. Tri-C has always valued innovation and creativity and served as a leader in addressing the region’s workforce needs. The Public Safety Center of Excellence has created programs specifically to fill employment shortages, such as the dispatch training program, as well as programs like Blue Courage that equip students and professionals with the tools they need to perform at the highest level. All programs within the Public Safety Center of Excellence offer hands-on training from industry professionals to prepare students for their careers in the field. The majority of classes take place at the state-of-the-art KeyBank Public Safety Training Center on the College’s Western Campus. The Tri-C Public Safety Center of Excellence can help you on your path to a rewarding career or assist you in upgrading your skills for career advancement. For more information, or to schedule a tour, visit tri-c.edu/publicsafety or call 216-987-3031.

Chief Clayton Harris Dean, Public Safety Center of Excellence and Chief of Police, Cuyahoga Community College

2020 Schedule • Call 216-987-3031 to register • Complete course listing: www.tri-c.edu/lawenforcement 2


BASIC ACADEMIES

Corrections Length:

Four weeks (145 hours)

Cost:

$950

Included:

Classroom materials and handouts Standard First Aid/CPR/AED certification One uniform polo shirt and one T-shirt

Dates:

TBD

Course Description:

This OPOTC-certified training academy fulfills basic training requirements per AC Section 109:2-9-02(A) for new or newly assigned correctional staff. Gain the skills necessary to become a professional correctional officer. Seven units of discussion include administration, legal, jail security, human relations, medical overview, subject control techniques and first aid/CPR/AED. Written and practical skill tests administered throughout. Upon completion, participants will be qualified to take the state exam. Note: Workout clothing is necessary for subject control skills.

Other Information:

Participants must be sponsored by an agency to attend this training.

Course Contact:

Carrie Havens, 216-987-3033

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BASIC ACADEMIES

Dispatch Communications Length:

12 weeks

Cost:

$1,500

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

Jan. 13 – April 2: M-Th, 5-9:30 p.m., Western Campus (PSTC) Jan. 18 – March 29: Sa-Su, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Eastern Campus (ESS) Jan 18 – March 29: Sa-Su, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Brunswick University Center Orientation for all three academies will take place at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 11, at the KeyBank Public Safety Training Center Simulated Scenario Village (Room 110). Tentative Spring/Summer 2020 Orientation: April 27 Weekend start: May 2 Evening start: May 4 Tentative Fall 2020 Orientation: Aug. 31 Evening start: Sept. 8 (Western Campus) Weekend start: Sept. 12 (Eastern Campus)

Course Description:

This course combines classroom and hands-on training to cover the basic skills, knowledge and abilities needed to successfully meet the demands of this critical work. Curriculum builds on foundational topics such as communication skills, call-taking and radio techniques and incorporates the most up-to-date information on technology and work- related issues in public safety communications centers. Hands-on training consists of keyboarding; listening and responding to actual 911 and non-emergency calls; skillbuilding exercises in listening, multitasking, information gathering and decision making; entering calls using computer aided dispatching (CAD); and dispatching and clearing calls.

Other Information:

This course provides state-mandated training to prepare students to enter the field of 911 dispatching. Those who successfully pass the final exam receive certification demonstrating completion of a training course that meets and exceeds industry-accepted national basic training standards.

Course Contact:

Rachael Sedlak, 216-987-3031

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BASIC ACADEMIES

Basic Peace Officer Training Length:

730+ hours (Full time: 23 weeks; Part time: 36 weeks)

Cost:

Cuyahoga County residents: $5,540 Ohio residents (outside of Cuyahoga County): $6,248.96 Out-of-state residents: Contact the Academy office

Included:

Classroom materials and handouts Ohio Criminal and Traffic Field Guide Standard First Aid/CPR/AED certification Two uniform shirts and physical training (PT) clothing

Dates:

Full-time day academy: Aug. 24 Part-time evening academy: Aug. 24

Course Description:

Tri‐C’s Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission (OPOTC)certified program is for individuals seeking employment as a police officer in the state of Ohio. The academy is also open to individuals who have been sworn with a department and need to complete their Peace Officer Basic Training. This paramilitary-structured academy includes all OPOTCmandated training in addition to taser operator certification, active shooter training and first aid/CPR certifications.

Other Information:

Maximum class size: 30 Visit www.tri-c.edu/police to apply.

Course Contact:

Nancy Nekoranec, 216-987-3076

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BASIC ACADEMIES

Private Security Length:

9 or 14 weeks (depending on academy)

Cost:

Cuyahoga County residents: $2,550 (with firearms) Cuyahoga County residents: $2,400 (without firearms) Ohio residents (outside Cuyahoga County): $2,900 (with or without firearms) Out-of-state residents: Contact the Academy office

Included:

Classroom materials and handouts Standard First Aid/CPR/AED certification One uniform polo shirt and one T-shirt

Dates:

Evening academy: Jan. 27 – April 23 Weekend academy: Feb. 1 – May 2 Day academy: Feb. 3 – May 3

Credits:

12

Course Description:

This OPOTC-certified course is for individuals currently employed or seeking employment in commercial/retail loss prevention, asset protection, private security or other private security officer functions. At more than 150 hours of training, it exceeds the minimum for OPOTC Private Security Officer Certification.

Other Information:

“With firearms” cost includes firearm use and equipment.

Course Contact:

Terry Muff, 216-987-3037

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CONTINUED PROFESSIONAL TRAINING (CPT)

Blue Courage Length:

One day (4 hours)

Cost:

$40

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

TBD (based on departmental need)

Course Description:

This course is a condensed version of the 16-hour Blue Courage course. Class topics include self-improvement, increased engagement, stress management, developing resilience, igniting culture change, combating cynicism and improving overall health and well-being.

Other Information:

This training fulfills part of the Continued Professional Training requirement for law enforcement officers.

Course Contact:

Carrie Havens, 216-987-3033 Rachael Sedlak, 216-987-3031

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CONTINUED PROFESSIONAL TRAINING (CPT)

Community Policing Length:

One day (4 hours)

Cost:

$50

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

Feb. 14 April 9 May 21 Sept. 4 Oct. 1

Course Description:

Police and citizens often come into contact with one another for reasons other than criminal investigation. In addition to enforcing criminal law, police officers often engage in community service. This may include providing information and/or assistance to people in need, as well as offering youth education and coordinating community outreach efforts. In many communities, police officers network to establish partnerships between residents and the law enforcement agency. Community-oriented policing seeks to address the causes of crime and to reduce fear of social disorder through problem-solving strategies and police-community partnerships. It typically involves a greater use of foot and bicycle patrols and frequent meetings with community groups.

Other Information:

This training fulfills part of the Continued Professional Training requirement for law enforcement officers.

Course Contact:

Carrie Havens, 216-987-3033 Rachael Sedlak, 216-987-3031

9 a.m. – 1 p.m. 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. 6 – 10 p.m. 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

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CONTINUED PROFESSIONAL TRAINING (CPT)

Full Executive Length:

Three days (20 hours)

Cost:

$120

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

April 28-30 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Nov. 17-19 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Course Description:

This course covers topics mandated for 2017 OPOTC Continued Professional Training. Ohio has made significant strides in law enforcement training over the past several years, and this training helps reinforce the skills officers need to protect the community.

Other Information:

Participants must be sponsored by an agency to attend this training.

Course Contact:

Carrie Havens, 216-987-3033

Legal Updates Length:

One day (2 hours)

Cost:

$20

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

April 17 June 26 Nov. 6

Course Description:

This course addresses various changes and revisions in the Ohio Revised Code.

Other Information:

This training fulfills part of the Continued Professional Training requirement for law enforcement officers.

Course Contact:

Carrie Havens, 216-987-3033 Rachael Sedlak, 216-987-3031

1 – 3 p.m. 1 – 3 p.m. 1 – 3 p.m.

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CONTINUED PROFESSIONAL TRAINING (CPT)

Police Physical Agility Exam Length:

One day (4 hours)

Cost:

$60

Included:

N/A

Dates:

Jan. 19 Feb. 16 March 15 April 19 May 17 June 14

Course Description:

The Police Physical Agility Exam is conducted for approximately 65 police departments in Northeast Ohio. The exam measures participants’ fitness performance as it relates to the law enforcement profession.

Other Information:

A certificate of completion will be issued upon successful completion of the exam. Participants are responsible for providing the agency/agencies they are testing for with a copy of the certificate. Test scores will be forwarded to the agency on the participant’s behalf. Certificates and scores may be valid for up to one year, depending on agency standards.

Course Contact:

Carrie Havens, 216-987-3033 Rachael Sedlak, 216-987-3031

July 19 Sept. 20 Oct. 18 Nov. 15 Dec. 20

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CONTINUED PROFESSIONAL TRAINING (CPT)

Practical Application of Force Length:

One day (4 hours)

Cost:

$50

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

May 29 June 19 Aug. 21 Sept. 10 Oct. 15

Course Description:

Participants will discuss the legal, moral, professional and ethical responsibility police officers bear to their employers and communities while serving in an official capacity. They will also learn the legal standard for law enforcement use of force, principles of weapon retention, stranglehold releases and ground defense.

Other Information:

This training fulfills part of the Continued Professional Training requirement for law enforcement officers. PT clothing is suggested.

Course Contact:

Carrie Havens, 216-987-3033 Rachael Sedlak, 216-987-3031

9 a.m. – 1 p.m. 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. 6 – 10 p.m. 6 – 10 p.m.

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CONTINUED PROFESSIONAL TRAINING (CPT)

Procedural Justice Length:

One day (4 hours)

Cost:

$50

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

April 17 June 26 Nov. 6

Course Description:

This course explores the processes officers can use to treat citizens fairly and respectfully while strengthening their department’s community relationships. Students will learn techniques for creating an organizational culture that fosters a partnership with the public, leading to a safer work environment.

Other Information:

This training fulfills part of the Continued Professional Training requirement for law enforcement officers.

Course Contact:

Carrie Havens, 216-987-3033 Rachael Sedlak, 216-987-3031

9 a.m. – 1 p.m. 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

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CONTINUED PROFESSIONAL TRAINING (CPT)

Trauma-Informed Policing Length:

One day (6 hours)

Cost:

$60

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

Feb. 21 April 24 June 12 Sept. 18 Oct. 23

Course Description:

This interactive training addresses the need for an understanding of trauma-informed approaches to those whom the community law enforcement professional serves. The goal is to increase the understanding of trauma, create an awareness of the impact of trauma on behavior, and help develop trauma-informed responses. Participants will explore issues of vicarious trauma within the law enforcement community and provide suggestions on how to promote sustainable practices that may mitigate the effects of vicarious trauma.

Other Information:

This training fulfills part of the Continued Professional Training requirement for law enforcement officers. The twohour Legal Update course is suggested to complete this requirement.

Course Contact:

Carrie Havens, 216-987-3033 Rachael Sedlak, 216-987-3031

9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

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DRIVING

Advanced Emergency Night Driving Length:

One day (8 hours)

Cost:

$145

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

Sept. 25

Course Description:

This course assists departments in reducing liability issues through classroom and hands-on training in the specific hazards of nighttime illumination, multitasking and vehicle dynamics to increase driving and decision-making skills as well as knowledge of Ohio Revised Codes and police liability.

Other Information:

Participants must wear department uniform and provide department vehicle (one vehicle/two officers).

Course Contact:

Carrie Havens, 216-987-3033 Rachael Sedlak, 216-987-3031

2 – 10 p.m.

Advanced Emergency Response Operations Length:

One day (8 hours)

Cost:

$145

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

May 22 July 17

Course Description:

This comprehensive one-day course combines classroom and hands-on instruction. Topics include police liability issues, Ohio Revised Code, constitutional issues, anti-lock brake and threshold braking techniques and airbag safety. Range work covers basic police vehicle dynamics, multitasking, perception and reaction time while operating police vehicles in emergency mode.

Other Information:

Participants must wear department uniform and provide department vehicle (one vehicle/two officers).

Course Contact:

Carrie Havens, 216-987-3033 Rachael Sedlak, 216-987-3031

8 a.m. – 5 p.m. 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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DRIVING

SUV/Cruiser Driving Length:

One day (8 hours)

Cost:

$145

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

Aug. 7

Course Description:

This course allows officers to develop the skills needed to maneuver their patrol vehicles with speed, precision and agility on a dedicated tarmac pad, passing through a series of coned work stations. Participants receive lessons in proper steering techniques, acceleration, right and left turns, ABS and threshold braking in an emergency situation, as well as operating the vehicle in reverse while maneuvering around obstacles on a simulated curving roadway.

Other Information:

Participants must wear department uniform and provide department vehicle (one vehicle/two officers).

Course Contact:

Carrie Havens, 216-987-3033 Rachael Sedlak, 216-987-3031

8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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DRIVING

Pursuit Supervision Length:

One day (8 hours)

Cost:

$125

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

Aug. 28

Course Description:

This one-day course for new or experienced supervisors assists departments in reducing liability issues. Classroom instruction includes training in elements of pursuit management, policy decisions, Ohio Revised Code, constitutional issues, multi-jurisdictions, pursuit issues and pursuit case studies.

Other Information:

Participants must be sponsored by an agency to attend this training.

Course Contact:

Carrie Havens, 216-987-3033 Rachael Sedlak, 216-987-3031

8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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FIREARMS

Private Security Qualification Length:

Two days (20 hours)

Cost:

$250

Included:

Class materials, including use of weapon and ammo

Dates:

Jan. 18-19 Feb. 15-16 March 14-15 May 9-10 June 20-21 July 18-19 Aug. 15-16 Sept. 19-20 Oct. 17-18 Nov. 7-8 Dec. 19-20

Course Description:

This course is for security officers to become compliant with 4749.10 of the Ohio Revised Code and covers course of fire, rules of engagement and use of force.

Other Information:

Participants who miss any part of the training will not pass the course. OPOTC certification.

Course Contact:

Carrie Havens, 216-987-3033

8 a.m. – 7 p.m. 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. 8 a.m. – 7 p.m.

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FIREARMS

Private Security Requalification Length:

One day (4 hours)

Cost:

$100

Included:

Class materials, including use of weapon and ammo

Dates:

Jan. 17 Feb. 14 March 20 May 8 June 19 July 17 Aug. 14 Sept. 18 Oct. 16 Nov. 20 Dec. 18

Course Description:

This mandatory training course can be completed with a revolver or semi-automatic weapon.

Other Information:

Participants must provide a copy of their OPOTC certification indicating the requalification date.

Course Contact:

Carrie Havens, 216-987-3033

6 – 10 p.m. 6 – 10 p.m. 6 – 10 p.m. 6 – 10 p.m. 6 – 10 p.m. 6 – 10 p.m. 6 – 10 p.m. 6 – 10 p.m. 6 – 10 p.m. 6 – 10 p.m. 6 – 10 p.m.

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FIREARMS

Wound Ballistics Workshop Length:

One day (4 hours)

Cost:

N/A

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

March 26 8 a.m. – noon

Course Description:

This informative workshop for law enforcement firearms instructors and administrators addresses ammunition utilized by your agency. Topics include bonded and nonbonded rounds, open air and barrier rounds. Participants will discuss caliber preference in handguns and witness ballistic demonstrations. Officers are encouraged to bring ammunition utilized by their agency. Eye and ear protection required.

Other Information:

Participants must be sponsored by an agency to attend this training. Maximum class size: 25

Course Contact:

Rachael Sedlak, 216-987-3031

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FIRST AID

First Aid/CPR/AED Length:

One day (8 hours) or two days (4 hours each)

Cost:

$75

Included:

Class materials, including use of weapon and ammo

Dates:

May 2 July 20-21 Sept. 21-22 Oct. 3

Course Description:

This video-based, instructor-led course teaches critical skills needed to respond to and manage an emergency until EMS arrives, including first aid; choking relief in adults, children and infants; and addressing sudden cardiac arrest in adults, children and infants. Course uses American Heart Association’s research-proven “practice while watching” technique, in which instructors observe students, provide feedback and guide learning.

Other Information:

This course is for anyone with limited or no medical training who needs a course completion card in CPR and AED to meet job, regulatory or other requirements. Participants receive First Aid/CPR/AED certification upon completion.

Course Contact:

Carrie Havens, 216-987-3033 Rachael Sedlak, 216-987-3031

8 a.m. – 5 p.m. 6 – 10 p.m. 6 – 10 p.m. 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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HUMAN REL ATIONS

Blue Courage Length:

16 hours

Cost:

$150

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

TBD (based on departmental need)

Course Description:

This transformational leadership development workshop targets subject matter related to diversity and inclusion, leadership, resilience, nobility of policing and practical wisdom to benefit all levels of the organization. This revolutionary, holistic educational approach touches hearts, awakens minds and ignites spirits through dynamic presentations and learning processes. If you’re interested in self- improvement, increased engagement, stress management, developing resilience, igniting culture change and combating cynicism while improving your overall health and well-being, then Blue Courage is for you.

Other Information:

Participants must be sponsored by an agency to attend this training.

Course Contact:

Carrie Havens, 216-987-3033 Rachael Sedlak, 216-987-3031

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HUMAN REL ATIONS

Investigating Citizen Complaints Length:

Two days (16 hours)

Cost:

$75

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

March 19-20

Course Description:

This course teaches investigators and officers the skills necessary to appropriately receive citizen complaints filed against personnel in their respective departments and to effectively investigate such complaints in a fair and unbiased manner.

Other Information:

Participants must be sponsored by an agency to attend this training. Required Pre-Course Activities: Cultural Assessment Survey

Course Contact:

Carrie Havens 216-987-3033 Rachael Sedlak 216-987-3031

8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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PATROL

Advanced Search and Seizure: Narcotics Investigations Length:

One day (7.5 hours)

Cost:

$149

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

Feb. 6

Course Description:

This course is for proactive narcotics and street officers. Topics include undercover operations inside homes, executing drug warrants, knock and announce issues and more.

Course Contact:

Register at https://bluetogold.regfox.com/parma

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Advanced Search and Seizure: Traffic Stops Length:

One day (7.5 hours)

Cost:

$149

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

Feb. 5

Course Description:

This course picks up where Advanced Search and Seizure leaves off. Learn about the many search and seizure issues you face when dealing with vehicles. Master traffic stops with this class.

Course Contact:

Register at https://bluetogold.regfox.com/parma

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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PATROL

Advanced Search and Seizure: Warrantless Searches Length:

One day (7.5 hours)

Cost:

$149

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

Feb. 4

Course Description:

This course is for experienced law enforcement officers who already possess knowledge and experience in search and seizure law. This is the premier Blue to Gold course, and the only nationally certified search and seizure training.

Course Contact:

Register at https://bluetogold.regfox.com/parma

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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PATROL

Advanced Tactics for Patrol Vehicle Stops and Officer Safety Length:

One day (8 hours)

Cost:

$169

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

Dec. 10

Course Description:

Street patrol is one of the most common, yet dangerous, actions performed by police officers. Calls in progress, traffic stops and citizen encounters are leading causes of grievance and physical harm. This up-to-date and informative course utilizes nearly 100 videos and illustrations to demonstrate how to prevent these occurrences. Regardless of agency size, this course benefits every officer from rookies to veterans. From handcuffing and arrest techniques to de-escalation and communication, this course will make you safer on the streets. While the course is designed to be dynamic, practical and fun, it takes the subject of officer safety very seriously. By the end of the seminar, you will be able to immediately implement new tactics and techniques to increase your confidence and dramatically improve your officer safety skills. This course is constantly evolving, incorporating current events and relevant supporting material that meet the needs of law enforcement professionals. Topics include, but are not limited to: • Traffic stop fundamentals • Recent high-profile cases and lessons learned • Unique vehicles (motorcycles, vans, SUVs, etc.) • Ambush attack awareness • Nighttime patrol tactics • Responding to alarm drops and in-progress calls • Dealing with combative motorists • Case laws pertaining to vehicle stops

Course Contact:

Register at https://secure.calibrepress.com/eventregistration/?ee=1507

8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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PATROL

Emotional Survival for Female Enforcers Length:

One day (8 hours)

Cost:

$179

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

Feb. 4

Course Description:

This course focuses on overcoming the 24/7 demands that exist in a career that serves and protects communities, homes and families. Managing those demands can be the most difficult part of the job. We will begin by identifying the reality of stress and its effects on our physical and emotional well-being both on and off duty. We will then discuss emotional intelligence and its role in understanding and managing key stressors that can lead to anxiety and burnout. Participate in interactive discussions on managing personal relationships, embracing our strong professional presence, managing “priority guilt” and transitioning “from officer to off-duty.” The goal is to help female officers harness their ability to turn obstacles into opportunities for personal growth. Topics include, but are not limited to: • Identifying stress • Emotional intelligence • Balancing home and career • Self-control and managing emotions • The myth of the “magic switch” • Having it all, doing it all, being it all • Burnout • Suicide, depression, addiction and divorce • “Right now is the right time” mentality • Available resources

Course Contact:

Register at https://secure.calibrepress.com/eventregistration/?ee=1505

8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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PATROL

How to Predict Violence and Influence Outcomes Length:

Two days (16 hours)

Cost:

$259

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

Oct. 7-8

Course Description:

Too often, officers are reactive to aggression rather than predictive. Preparing for a violent encounter requires that you quickly and accurately identify behaviors that indicate vicious intent. If done effectively, you have the power to influence outcomes. This course delves deeply into the science of kinesics and the study of body language, stances, gestures and microexpressions. Using videos of recent attacks on officers, we will analyze subtle movements, mannerisms and warning signs of impending aggression and discuss how paying attention to these same movements and mannerisms can assist in getting confessions. We will then discuss the critical importance of your own behavior and how it can be affected by emotion and stress. Learn what science tells us about human behavior and how asking the right questions, actively listening and showing empathy can be the keys to controlling, redirecting and influencing others. Once learned, you can control the outcome of a potentially deadly encounter. “Verbal defense” classes teach old-school communication theory. This course was developed using today’s research in the science of human behavior and decades of real street experience. Topics include: • The five truths of human behavior • Situational awareness • Statement analysis • Intent, motivation and hidden meaning • Active listening and asking the right questions • The eight essentials to getting confessions • Language and the use of force • Avoiding stress-induced blindness • The power of thinking without thinking This course focuses on simple yet realistic and effective techniques for improving verbal and nonverbal interaction skills.

Course Contact:

Register at https://secure.calibrepress.com/eventregistration/?ee=1506

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PATROL

OPOTC Peace Officer Refresher Length:

Two days (16 hours)

Cost:

$175

Included:

Class materials and state exam

Dates:

TBD (based on departmental need)

Course Description:

This training is required for persons reappointed as peace officers on or after Jan. 1, 1989, who have had a break in service of more than one but less than four years. Course meets the requirements described in Section 109: 2-1-12(D) of the Ohio Administrative Code.

Other Information:

Participants must provide a copy of their determination letter prior to the start of class and will be required to take the state exam at an OPOTC facility approximately two weeks after the course concludes. Course requires a minimum of 10 people to run.

Course Contact:

Carrie Havens, 216-987-3033 Rachael Sedlak, 216-987-3031

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PATROL

Police Urban Mountain Bicycle Length:

Five days (105 hours)

Cost:

$450

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

May 18-22 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.* *One day adjusted for night riding

Course Description:

This physically and mentally demanding training course combines emergency vehicle operations for bike officers with patrol procedures, tactics, night operations, scenarios and basic bike maintenance and on-the-road repairs. Learn to ride like a pro, avoid crashes and use your bike to foil the bad guys every time. Off-road riding and bikespecific live-fire exercises may be added at the instructor’s discretion. Participants must attend all class dates and pass written and practical examinations to receive a certificate of completion.

Other Information:

Participants must be law enforcement officers in good physical condition, with basic bicycle-handling skills. Those who successfully complete this course will receive an IPMBA Police Cyclist membership.

Course Contact:

Carrie Havens, 216-987-3033 Rachael Sedlak, 216-987-3031

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PATROL

Standardized Field Sobriety Testing Update Length:

One day (8 hours)

Cost:

$100

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

Sept. 20 Dec. 12

Course Description:

This course focuses on SFST review, proper mechanics and updated wording in regards to test administration. New case laws will be discussed, along with a review of drugged-driver identification. Course includes practical training (live drinking).

Other Information:

Participants must be sponsored by an agency to attend this training.

Course Contact:

Carrie Havens, 216-987-3033 Rachael Sedlak, 216-987-3031

8 a.m. – 5 p.m. noon – 8 p.m.

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PATROL

Pat McCarthy’s Street Crimes Training Length:

Three days (24 hours)

Cost:

$399

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

May 18-20

Course Description:

Be the best-trained officer at your agency! This three-day course will give you years’ worth of valuable street-tested techniques and tactics you can use immediately during your next shift: • Improving police and community relations • Officer safety issues • Surviving police ambushes • Officer-involved shootings • Conducting effective interviews • Body language indicators • Gang and drug investigation tactics • Developing street sources and confidential informants • Street-smart intelligence gathering • Interrogation tactics • Homeland Security issues/domestic threats • Covert surveillance techniques • First responder tips for hostage situations • Search procedures • Courtroom testimony survival tactics • De-escalation tactics for the mentally distressed

Other Information:

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations with a refund will be accepted a minimum of 31 days prior to the registered seminar. If within the 31-day window, you will receive a credit for a future seminar. Agency can also substitute for the cancelled registrant. Cancellations received within 30 days of scheduled seminar will be accepted only in extreme circumstances.

Course Contact:

Register by calling 800-275-4915

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

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TRAFFIC

Traffic Crash Report (OH-1) Refresher Length:

One day (4 hours)

Cost:

$50

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

TBD (based on departmental need)

Course Description:

This course helps officers understand how to properly complete the state OH-1 crash report.

Other Information:

Participants must be sponsored by an agency to attend this training.

Course Contact:

Carrie Havens, 216-987-3033 Rachael Sedlak, 216-987-3031

Traffic Collision Investigation: Intermediate Length:

Three days (24 hours)

Cost:

$200

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

July 11, 18 and 25

Course Description:

This course expands the investigative skills of the basic patrol officer so that they can investigate an accident scene when a technical investigator or accident reconstructionist unavailable. Topics include photographing, marking, documenting, measuring and diagramming the collision scene.

Other Information:

Prerequisite: Traffic Collision Investigation Must attend all classes.

Course Contact:

Carrie Havens, 216-987-3033 Rachael Sedlak, 216-987-3031

8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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SUBJECT CONTROL AND PHYSICAL TRAINING

Advanced Defensive Training for LEOs Length:

One day (8 hours)

Cost:

$100

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

April 3 Nov. 20

Course Description:

This course offers a safe but vigorous cardio endurance workout while providing tactical techniques for subject control. Officers will be tested on their physical ability to perform in highly stressful and physical situations and altercations. Emphasis is placed on breathing techniques while performing different subject control methods. Officers will utilize proper force while maintaining controlled breathing and emotions and limiting injury or death by keeping the warrior mindset.

Other Information:

Participants must be sponsored by an agency to attend this training.

Course Contact:

Carrie Havens, 216-987-3033 Rachael Sedlak, 216-987-3031

8 a.m. – 5 p.m. 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Advanced PT Training for LEOs Length:

One day (8 hours)

Cost:

$100

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

March 13 Oct. 16

Course Description:

This course offers a safe but vigorous workout that challenges officers physically, mentally and spiritually. Participants learn the importance of maintaining cardiorespiratory aerobic fitness as a law enforcement officer while focusing on muscular endurance, core exercises, flexibility and stretching, and coordination and balance training.

Other Information:

Participants must be sponsored by an agency to attend this training.

Course Contact:

Carrie Havens, 216-987-3033 Rachael Sedlak, 216-987-3031

8 a.m. – 5 p.m. 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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SUBJECT CONTROL AND PHYSICAL TRAINING

OC Spray Length:

One day (8 hours)

Cost:

$165

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

Aug. 14 Dec. 4

Course Description:

This basic user training course teaches security officers how to use OC in a safe and reliable manner, as a valuable tool providing a “non-injurious” level of force.

Other Information:

Participants must be sponsored by an agency to attend this training.

Course Contact:

Carrie Havens, 216-987-3033 Rachael Sedlak, 216-987-3031

8 a.m. – 5 p.m. 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

R.A.D. Training Length:

Four days (14 hours)

Cost:

N/A

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

April 21, 23, 28 and 30

Course Description:

R.A.D. Basic Physical Defense is designed for women with little or no self-defense experience. Women of all ages and abilities will learn self-defense techniques in a safe, secure and all-female environment. Course includes lecture, discussion and demonstration of self-defense techniques.

Other Information:

Must attend all sessions to receive certification.

Course Contact:

Sgt. Stephanie Hall, 216-987-4441

4:30 – 8 p.m.

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SUBJECT CONTROL AND PHYSICAL TRAINING

Tactical Baton Training Length:

One day (8 hours)

Cost:

$165

Included:

Class materials

Dates:

July 24 Oct. 2

Course Description:

This basic user training course for police and security officers teaches handling and application techniques of the tactical baton, focusing on the blocking and striking capabilities of the straight expandable baton. Techniques include stance, patterns of movement, baton grips and methods of carry, baton draws, blocks, strikes and baton retention.

Other Information:

Exercise clothing and gym shoes required.

Course Contact:

Carrie Havens, 216-987-3033 Rachael Sedlak, 216-987-3031

8 a.m. – 5 p.m. 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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