Training Delivery - Classroom Training/Onsite

Free Basic Crime Prevention Skill-building Training Course in Tennessee

Hosted by the Greene County Sheriff's Department, the Greene County Partnership, and the Greene County Chamber of Commerce, the Basic Crime Prevention Course is a three-day course designed for those who work in the law enforcement and crime prevention arena. It provides an introduction to opportunity based crime prevention. The training will prepare participants to understand and deliver basic crime prevention services when they return to their home community.

Exploring School Safety Strategies New England Regional Training

Hosted by the Fairfield Police Department and Sacred Heart University, the Exploring School Safety Strategies Training is a free, three-day course designed for those who work in law enforcement, school education and administration, non-profits and youth serving organizations, and those who are interested in the safety and security of our nation's schools. It provides a comprehensive approach to enhancing school safety and security.

Building Analytic Capacity: A Workshop for Law Enforcement Executives

This free, intensive two‐day workshop is designed to support chiefs, sheriffs and other police executives in the development, utilization and enhancement of crime and public safety analysis intended to drive departmental operations. Each participating agency is asked to attend as an agency team including executive/commander, supervisor, and analyst representatives (if applicable). The training is intended to build capacity and improve communication among ranks and disciplines, specific to the creation and effective use of actionable analysis.

Planning and Implementing Indigent Defense Programs Under TLOA

This event will provide practical guidance to tribal communities on planning for and/or implementing an Indigent Defense program in their communities while being mindful of the provisions of the TLOA.  Participants will leave this training with an action plan to guide them after the training.

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American Probation and Parole Association (APPA) Annual Training Institute

The APPA Annual Training Institute is targeted towards community corrections personnel. The Training Institute will feature over 75 workshops, specialized committees (including Tribal Issues Committee), and a Resource Exposition.  At this event, APPA will also host a "Talking/Listening Session" on developing collaborative supervision partnerships between tribal/non-tribal community corrections agencies.

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Cybercop 325 - Macintosh® Forensic Analysis

There is no tuition fee for this NW3C class for anyone actively employed with a State, Local or Tribal Law Enforcement agency.

For any class with a duration of 2 days or more, NW3C will charge Federal employees $750.00 per student. Agencies will receive an invoice upon completion of the training.