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Lesson Plans 1 Reply

Does anyone have any lesson plans for inservice training topics that they are willing to share. I could use some ideas and help in this area.Continue

Started by Kenneth Ridley. Last reply by James Simmerman Sep 4, 2013.

Below 100 Trainin Williamson County, Texas

A brief history of why I push the Below 100 initiative and what it is about. We here at the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office, as well as other agencies, have had more than our share of fleet…Continue

Started by Craig Gripentrog Nov 21, 2012.

Knife Defense Class. Lindenhurst, NY October 20, 2012

Knife Defense ClassSaturday, October 206 pm – 9:30 pmModern Warrior Training FacilityLindenhurst, NYWhen facing a violent subject with a knife or other bladed weapon, the first key is offense!  A…Continue

Tags: offense, knife, training, weapons, protect

Started by Phil Messina Aug 16, 2012.

Request for Assistance 1 Reply

 I am a team leader on our County SERT team and a detective with our City department.  I'm preparing a class that we are going to be putting on for any/all patrol officers and first line supervisors…Continue

Started by Bill Breault. Last reply by Dr Jeffrey P. Rush Jun 18, 2012.

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Comment by Tom Oberweiser on March 13, 2010 at 12:52pm
I am a 27 + year law enforcement veteran - the last 21 years as a gambling agent w/the MT Dept of Justice Gambling Investigation Bureau. I provide training / instruction on gambling matters, particularly Organized Sports Bookmaking. I conduct workshops, do speaking engagements and like to make these things as much fun as possible while providing the best training available.
Comment by Felix on March 14, 2010 at 2:09am
I am a retired gang investigator who specializes in teaching gang culture to law enforcement, teachers, parents, the community and high school children. I taught a 57-hour, 3-Unit course at a local college in San Diego California for many years. The course was titled, Street Gangs and Law Enforcement.
Comment by Dirk Moore on March 17, 2010 at 6:08pm
I am retired from the Texas Department of Public Safety where I was a Senior Police Communications Operator for 25 years. I specialize in instructing classes on transient criminal activity, a form of non-traditional organized crime, particularly Criminal Traveler Activity and its devastating effect on the elderly population. I am a TCLEOSE certified instructor in Texas and a POST certified instructor in the state of California.
Comment by Sheriff Ray Nash on March 19, 2010 at 1:10pm
I am a retired police chief (x2) and sheriff (3 terms). In 1998 I founded the Police Dynamics Institute to provide character-based leadership training which I have done on an international basis. I am now serving in Afghanistan as the Professional Mentor to the Chief of Training for the Afghan National Police.

I recently set up a blog site to serve as a resource for Police Dynamics Training. You can view a bunch of my training videos there...

Sheriff Ray Nash
Comment by Augie Malagon on April 26, 2010 at 2:32pm
LEO's NOT wearing body armor. In my agency, we issue it to all sworn personnel, but policy has it mandatory on night shift and only optional on dayshift. Yes, we're south Florida and its hot here but the altenative is obvious to this group. While a bit more than 60% of my 50 patrol personnel do wear them, the remaining are not and give the usual wide range of excuses "Its on the seat next to me, its wet/smelly so I'm airing it out, etc, etc. And its mixed, newer and older deputies. I've tried to remedy this by cajoling, imploring, preaching what could happen if they don't wear it but its only works for a few. Many remain complacent and still not wearing them. Admin doesn't seem interested in making a change in police either. Would sure like to hear ideas/thoughts from anyone experienced in the same issue.
Comment by Frank R. on June 24, 2010 at 12:00pm
Any Law Enforcement agencies in the Local or near the Houston, Texas area, have simunition guns and equipment available for rental or usage by our agency, University of Houston, thanks let me know or email me at frosas@uh.edu
Comment by Christian Dobratz on January 27, 2011 at 9:21pm
Medically retired police officer with 18 years of LE experience.  13 years in Detectives, the last 7 as a Det. Sgt. and an Investigator with MN ICAC.  I am now  pursuing my PhD and teaching LE at MN State University Mankato.  We have 450+ undergraduate majors annually.  I primarily teach emergency response procedures, tactics, narcotics, and police stress.  Primary research interests include police stress, injured/disabled officers, and the prevention of police suicide.
Comment by Richard D Holgate on February 13, 2011 at 5:55am
I've been a Reserve Officer for 31 years ans a Lt for 10+ yrs with Fla Fish & Wildlife (was Fla Game & Fish Commission). I can truthfully say I am proud of the agency and how the Reserve Program has developed. We were just "Gate Openers" for about the 1st 5 years and couldn't be armed, make arrests or investigate crimes. Now we are considered "force multipliers" and augment patrol the wilderness and cities with well trained and proficient force of State Law Enforcement Officers.  We train along side of the men and women we work with and the Agency is trying to issue as much equipment and uniforms as their budget can afford.  We recently began issuing duty pistols (G21SF 45ACP) to Reservists.  We've come a long way but still have to push for improvement in communications and responsibilities.  I'm a Firearm, CPR and Radio Communications Instructor...and not paid a dime.  I truly believe in the job and take my responsibility to heart.  I want to go home at night (or in the morning) and I want to train my brothers-in-arms to be able to do the same.  Failure is not an option.
Comment by Ron Huff Jr. on March 29, 2011 at 5:22pm

Hello All, Trainer for agency and academy's for 18 years.

Comment by Jason Lee Poore on April 17, 2011 at 6:18pm

I am currently an instructor in the area of marijuana cultivation.  I am looking to create training for illegal liquor (Moonshine) investigations, illegal gambling, and underage drinking/fake id's.  I am also a certified instructor for Freeze +P and ASP Batons and Handcuffs.  If anyone has any powerpoints or material they would like to share or trade ideas, just drop me an email  jason.poore@leo.gov .   I am always looking to update my presentations or share what I have.  Thanks!!!

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