Training

Webinar - Mass Casualty Response Resilience/Post Action Strategic Debriefing

Working in law enforcement, while incredibly rewarding, can at times also be equally stressful.

And then, there’s events like the Pulse Nightclub Shooing in Orlando, Florida.

Or Sandy Hook Elementary, in Newtown, Connecticut.

Our immediate thoughts, of course, are with the victims and their families, and how this horrifying event will forever change their lives.

But what’s not often talked about, is how such events also impact – and continue to impact – the lives of the first responders who help the victims of these tragedies.

Pharmaceutical Crime - Tools for the Street (RI - Jun 2017)

This course is for the street patrol officers/new detectives who need to understand the scope of the problem,  the types of crimes that may be encountered, how to respond to the scene, awareness of associated evidence, interview techniques, and documentation to further an investigation for a successful prosecution.

Pharmaceutical Crime - Tools for the Street (Jun 2017)

This course is for the street patrol officers/new detectives who need to understand the scope of the problem, the types of crimes that may be encountered, how to respond to the scene, awareness of associated evidence, interview techniques, and documentation to further an investigation for a successful prosecution.

Webinar - U.S. Paroling Authorities as Key Partners in Promoting the Governor’s Criminal Justice Policy Agenda

Of the many responsibilities U.S. governors have related to a state’s criminal justice system, one of the more important is appointing members and chairs of paroling authorities. Though paroling authorities vary in size and responsibilities, collectively they are responsible for deciding whether and when to release approximately 125,000 inmates on an annual basis.

Integrating Best Practices from Corrections and Workforce Systems to Match Jobseekers to Services: the IRES Pilot Project

Of the more than 2.3 million people incarcerated in correctional facilities across the United States, more than 90 percent will eventually return to their communities. Employment is a key aspect of successful reentry, but simply placing people in jobs is not the ultimate solution for preventing reoffending. An integrated approach is needed to ensure that criminal justice and workforce development systems utilize their available resources in ways that reduce recidivism and improve the employability of their shared population.

Pharmaceutical Crime - Advanced Investigative Techniques (TX - May 2017)

This course is for the detective who is assigned to a pharmaceutical crime unit or investigation. This course will address the crimes associated with pharmaceutical drug diversion, criminal methods, investigative techniques, evidence collection, and the importance of involving a prosecutor at the onset to prepare the case for successful prosecution.

 

"How To Hunt" Criminals and Terrorists: The Actionable Intelligence Workshop (June 2017)

This 1-day workshop is designed to instruct police department commanders, their police officers assigned to both patrol and investigative functions, and their analysts on how to aggressively collect and use actionable intelligence. The same intelligence techniques can also be used against both criminal and terrorist targets. The intelligence training taught in this workshop is designed to supplement the existing operational professionalism, skills, and experience within the audience.

"How To Hunt" Criminals and Terrorist: The Actionable Intelligence Workshop

This 1-day workshop is designed to instruct police department commanders, their police officers assigned to both patrol and investigative functions, and their analysts on how to aggressively collect and use actionable intelligence. The same intelligence techniques can also be used against both criminal and terrorist targets. The intelligence training taught in this workshop is designed to supplement the existing operational professionalism, skills, and experience within the audience.

Cybercrime: From Crime to Courtroom (Oct 2017)

The objective of this 2-day course is to focus on how Internet/cyber/computer technology-based criminal cases - as well as criminal cases reliant upon digital evidence - unfold in a courtroom and why it is vital for investigators, prosecutors, and computer forensic technicians to comprehend these elements throughout the entirety of their investigations and prosecutions. The format is interactive.
Key Learning Points:
* Comprehend the ever-changing online environments where crimes occur and the locations of evidential repositories.

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