Additional Training Opportunities

Women in Criminal Justice Fall Symposium
October 29, 2018 
Nashville, TN

POST approved for 7 hours and CLE approved for 3.08 hours.

Cost - $150.00

Time - 9:30 am - 4:00 pm (Registration opens at 9:00 am. Program begins at 9:30 am. Light breakfast will be served from 9:00 - 9:30 am)

Location
TBI Headquarters
901 RS Gass Blvd.
Nashville, TN 

Speakers include:
Honorable Cornelia A. (Connie) Clark, TN Supreme Court Justice
Lynne Ingram, U.S. Attorney's Office
Morenike Murphy, Director, Office of Crisis Services and Suicide Prevention
Eve Thomas, Chief, Knoxville Police Department
Donna Turner, Director, Office of Investigations & Compliance, Department of Correction

Click here to register.

For questions, email Ehren.Green@tennessee.edu or Patrick.Mills@tennessee.edu.

 

Crime Prevention and Security Assessments Class
November 5-8, 2018
Oak Ridge, TN


This class will prepare law enforcement offices to conduct formal security & vulnerability assessments in multiple facilities (residential, industrial, commercial, educational, medical, religious, etc.) This class will also cover the most current security products and software available as well as the most cost efficient ways to reduce crime and victimization. Upon completion, officers will be proficient in recognizing criminal behavior patterns, identifying security vulnerabilities, and implementing the appropriate crime prevention strategies.

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Supervisor Liability
November 6-7, 2018
Cookeville, TN

The Cookeville Police Department will be hosting a POST approved 16 hour specialized training session for supervisors on November 6 & 7. The class will be taught by Jack Ryan from LLRMI.

Jack Ryan is an attorney in Rhode Island and has 20 years of law enforcement experience as a police officer with the Providence Police Department, Providence, RI. Jack’s law degree and experience as a police officer gives him the unique perspective of public safety legal and liability issues.  

This comprehensive course will provide participants with the knowledge necessary to prevent, identify and manage legal liability in personnel matters. State-specific case law will be utilized to illustrate the potential pitfalls of employee relations in public safety administration and the means by which they can be avoided. The complex nature of today’s legal landscape makes this an essential course for supervisors seeking to maintain organizational professionalism while respecting employee rights.

This training costs $25 and will take place in the Derryberry Auditorium at Tennessee Tech University. Prepayment is required. Click here for the registration form.

 

A Comprehensive Approach to Smuggler Tradecraft and Clandestine Activity Identification
November 26-30
Denmark, TN

This Proprietary & Dynamic comprehensive course, begins with lecture designed specifically for the interdiction officers and provides the attendee with the skill-set necessary to properly identify and apprehend smuggling operators in transit.

During the course, the attendees will learn about the specific components involved in counter-smuggling/interdiction enforcement missions. The curriculum, having been designed by the instructor and based on his personal expertise in investigating smugglers who have originated in the SW Border Region, begins with helping the attendees understand their own strengths, while providing solutions to improve their weaknesses in interview situations. The course continues into understanding the Smuggling Operations and the “Tradecraft/” used in these Clandestine Operations. By understanding the inner-workings of these operations and having the ability to properly and effectively identify the clandestine activities, the attendee will become proficient in properly identifying smuggling targets through analytical research and operational categorization prior to the stop by the use of the technology already in existence in this realm.

The course provides various techniques that can be used to engage the vehicle occupants and clandestinely extract the needed data to determine if and what type of criminal activity is afoot, narrowing down those involved in contraband smuggling activities. Utilizing the Evading Honesty® system (a cross-cultural/cross-gender system) developed by the instructor and proprietary to Triple I Solutions, the attendee is taught to formulate questions in a manner that is non-coercive and non-confrontational to gain intelligence needed to establish reasonable suspicion for detention and search at roadside. As a part of the process, the attendee will be exposed to techniques to decipher through various data obtained during these face-to-face contacts, by which the attendee will be able to not only identify the criminal element more effectively, but also have the ability to properly document the events in a case report, as well as properly testify to the said actions in various court hearings.

Upon completion of the course, the attendee will have learned about “Target Selection” process, “Rapid Behavioral/Statement Analysis Techniques”, and proper documentation of observed anomalies in a case report. The learning experience is enhanced by being exposed to numerous “Real Life” case-study videos (made by the instructor himself), in which the skill-set is applied with positive results.

Training Location
West TN Regional Training Center
317 Denmark Jackson Road
Denmark, TN 38391

Training Dates
Nov 26th through Nov 30, 2018
(5 Days / 40 Hours of Training)
Hours: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Cost
$250.00

Click here for the detailed training flyer.

Must register ONLINE by going to https://www.wtrtc.com/book-online.
NO TELEPHONE REGISTRATIONS WILL BE TAKEN.
Contact WTRTC for more information at 731-423-6000.

 

Continued Professional Supervisor/Management Training
November 30, 2018
Cookeville, TN

The Cookeville Police Department will be hosting a POST approved 8 hour specialized training session for supervisors on November 30. The class will be taught by Gordon Graham from Lexipol.  

Gordon Graham is a 33-year veteran of California Law Enforcement. His education as a Risk Manager and experience as a practicing Attorney, coupled with his extensive background in law enforcement, have allowed him to rapidly become recognized as a leading professional speaker in both private and public sector organizations with multiple areas of expertise.

Training will include major risks faced today in police work, understanding the ten families of risk, five pillars of a successful police department, the role of the first line supervisor, and more.

This training costs $25 and will take place in the Derryberry Auditorium at Tennessee Tech University. Prepayment is required. Click here for the registration form.

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