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Learn what it means to have: Courageous Character, Courageous Competency, Courageous Policy, Courageous Training and Courageous Community.

 

Taught by Major Travis Yates of the Tulsa Police Department.

 

This FREE CLEET accredited training is good for 8 total hours (Including 2 hours Mental Health)

 

****Training Information****

September 12, 2018

0900 to 1700 hours

TCSO-Faulkner Building-Wood Room

Subject:          Cultural Diversity Training 2018 Dates

 

Continuing from 2017 and running thru the September 2018, the Training Unit will be conducting MANDATORY Cultural Diversity Training at the TCSO Faulkner Building-Wood Room. The below schedule is for the 2018 year, there will be no more dates.

January 23, 2018                               June 14, 2018

February 28, 2018                             July 18, 2018

March 15, 2018                                  August 29, 2018

April 5, 2018                                       September 25, 2018

May 1, 2018

 

If you have personnel that attended this training in 2017, they do not need to attend this training again.

 

This FREE CLEET accredited training is good for 8 hours.   

This MANDATORY training is for ALL TCSO Personnel, including Dispatchers, Detention Officers,  Full Time & Reserve Deputies, Part Time Employees, Records/Warrants, Commissary, Maintenance and Volunteers.

****Training Information****

TCSO Faulkner Building-Wood Room

303 West 1st Street

0800 – 1700 Hours Each Day

To Register: https://counterdrugtraining.com/EBForms.aspx?EBID=12560

 

Interview and Interrogation for Drug Investigations

This course is restricted to US military and sworn law enforcement personnel.

Course Description

Many organizations manufacturing and distributing illicit narcotics within the United States are specially trained to evade and deceive law enforcement officers when questioned. Gathering information from the lowest level dealer and then turning the information into action is the most effective means of infiltrating higher levels of drug networks and is successful in curbing the flow of drugs. Gathering accurate and predictive information through interviews and interrogations increases the success rates of identifying new targets and prosecution.

This course is designed to enable federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement professionals to enhance their ability to gain information and determine the truth about illicit narcotics activity through the interview and interrogation process. It teaches specialized skills that enable detection of deception through non-verbal and verbal communication with both theory and practical application.

Topics Included

  • Personality typology theme development
  • Competitive examination (exercise)
  • Gathering data
  • Detecting deception
  • Systematic interviewing
  • The interrogation process
  • Formulation and types of questions
  • Body language for the interrogator
  • Effective use of territory and zones

Course Length

Interview and Interrogation for Drug Investigations is a 5-day (40 hour) course.

 

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites to attend this course. 

 

 

Interview and Interrogation for Drug Investigations

Monday, October 29 - Friday, November 2, 2018

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Location: Tulsa Tech Owasso Campus - Redbud Room

 10800 N. 140th E. Ave., Owasso, OK 74055

 

To Register: https://counterdrugtraining.com/EBForms.aspx?EBID=12560

This training is open to ALL Law Enforcement Agencies

Subject: FREE CLEET Accredited Training

Lessons Learned: Off Duty Deadly Encounters

Officers must be prepared to respond to lethal threats at all times.  What happens when you suddenly find yourself off-duty, faced with a lethal threat?  Training dictates how you should, and hopefully will respond. We will discuss events leading up to the encounter at the Lenexa, KS Costco, the response, and the resulting investigation process. The presentation will focus on a walk through time both with video and audio involving lessons learned, investigational skills observed, as well as how multiple agencies work toward a common goal.

 Captain Michael Howell has worked for the past 24 years with the Kansas City, KS Police Department. Throughout his career he has worked as an officer working Patrol, DUI Enforcement, and Accident Investigations.  In 2008, he was promoted to Patrol Sergeant, working in each of the four Divisions within the department. In 2016 he was promoted to Captain, assigned to the West Patrol Division, supervising (4) sergeants and 28 patrol officers.  In addition to supervising the staff, CPT Howell is a Patrol Officer Training Coordinator, as well as a Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) instructor with the department.

 

Date:       October 26, 2018

Time:      1000 - 1200 hours

Location: Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office-Faulkner Building

                303 West 1st Street

                Tulsa, OK 74103

 

CLEET Hours: 2 Credit Hours

* Cost: Free

Problem Solving and Decision Making

 

Where: DLM Classroom

When: June 1, 2018 08:00 hrs.

 This is a 4 hour (cleet accredited) course and will be open to Detention Officers and Deputies.

 Course Overview

Understand the fundamentals of problem solving, develop critical thinking skills, and learn how to utilize problems solving techniques and critical thinking.

 

Course Objectives

After completing this course, students will understand the following concepts:

 

Define the basic problem-solving approaches to effectively identify, manage, and solve problems.

Identify problem-solving techniques by identifying the necessary skills of a problem solver and knowing about different forms of communication.

Learn the difference between a dynamic event vs a static event.

Work through the problem-solving process of identifying the problem, generating and implementing a solution, and confirming the elimination of the problem.

Use different critical thinking and information analysis skills such as reasoning, logic, quantitative analysis, and qualitative analysis.

Create and manage problem-solving teams by knowing how to conduct effective meetings and motivate team members.

First Responder Training:

Recognizing Veterans, Military Service Issues and Suicide:

Presented by: Department of Veteran Affairs 

Location: Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office

303 West 1st Street

Tulsa, OK 74103

 

Presented by: Department of Veterans Affairs Eastern Oklahoma Suicide Prevention and Police Service. 

 

Course Content: A 4 hour presentation by Clinical and Police Service. The training provides information and education about specific issues related to combat veterans, suicide prevention, and VA services-specifically geared towards contact with first responders.

 

Learning Objectives: Improving first responders' engagement with veterans in crisis through First Responder Training. The training objective is to learn about post deployment issues veterans may experience upon returning from a tour or tours of duty. The training will focus on mental health issues including Post Traumatic Stress (PTSD) and challenges that veterans experience in reintegrating into society and the social impact upon their lives. Participants will learn warning signs of suicide and strategies for prevention, to include unique considerations when responding to a person in mental health crisis. The training will also provide information on resources that are available through the VA and community partners for veterans.

 

Program Curriculum: Introduction, video on adjustment considerations, open discussion; PTSD criteria and open discussion; De-escalation and practical tips, real life scenarios; Stigma & suicide prevention with veteran population; VA programs and resources; Non-VA programs and resources; and, question and answer session.

 

CLEET Accreditation Number#18-3695

October 11, 2018

0830 to 1630 hours
Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office
303 West 1st Street
Tulsa, OK.

 

Seconds for Survival:

Survive the Ambush

 

Ambushes against law enforcement have increased dramatically in recent years and with that comes important and dynamic techniques to avoid and survive deadly ambush attacks.

SAFETAC Training is honored to provide this exclusive course to law enforcement.

Seconds 4 Survival is a dynamic, media intensive course designed to reduce the reactionary gap that can lead to deadly consequences in law enforcement interactions with suspects.  Real life scenarios combined with tactical considerations are discussed throughout the training that will give the student the knowledge to survive attacks. Here are just some of the important topics taught in “Seconds 4 Survival: Win the Ambush:”

 

  • Characteristics of Cop Killers
  • Pre-Attack Indicators
  • Body Language Clues For Danger
  • Successful Performance Under Stress
  • How To Prevent The Ambush
  • The Dangers of ‘Action VS Reaction’
  • Verbal & Non-Verbal Clues To The Attack
  • Command Presence For Survival
  • What Does Suspect Deception Mean
  • Weapon Indicators
  • Fight or Flight: The Key To Survival
  • Case Law That Enables You To Survive

 

This FREE CLEET accredited course is good for 8 hours training