R2 602 Performance Leadership for First Line Supervisors

Course Number:  602

Description:   Performance Leadership for First Line Supervisors

This training will provide your team with the skills and tools to be effective and successful First line supervisors.  LEARN

  • How to better address the ethical decision making process among your team
  • How to promote a positive culture among your team
  • Practical tools to help you build first line leadership skills
  • The role of the Supervisor in maintaining standards and holding people accountable
  • How to be a better coach and communicate effectively; Conflict Resolution techniques
  • Tips for using adult learning theories to effectively train your team
  • Problem solving and having tough conversations
  • How to align your personality traits with those of your team members
  • How to use your personal skills to build a successful team environment
  • The keys to focusing on what matters most
  • How to build your leadership legacy

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Date: July 19 – 20, 2021

Time:   0800-1700

Credit Hours:  16 hours

Location:    

   Nampa Police Department
   820 2nd Street South
   Nampa, Idaho 83651

 

COST:   $255.00   Payable to: PLI  Performance Leadership Institute 

(Attendees are responsible for meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:  July 18, 2021

Instructor:  Lt. Randy Voight


Registration
on line at www.PLI.US.com


Remarks:  
Do not send registrations to POST.

For additional information regarding the training facility or local accommodations, email Jason Cantrell at cantrellj@cityofnampa.us
or call 208-761-9182

 

R2 252B Bridging the Gap – Communications and Relations

Course Number:    R2-252B

Description:   Bridging the Gap: An Inside Look at Communication and Relations

Why is this program important? In today’s society we hear and read a lot about law enforcement and community relations; some good things, some bad things, and some outright false hoods. In addition to this added pressure, the normal stresses and pressures of the job have led to breakdowns in communication and relations, resulting in an increasing onset of PTSD, substance abuse, suicide, and divorce.

This program covers ways to look at self-perceptions and perceptions of the community in an accountable way. This allows open, honest, communication, while removing judgements and improving   relations within our communities.

Who Should Attend- This course is designed for all law enforcement professionals from the Chief of Police/Sheriff to patrol officer/deputy, both active and retired.

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Dates:   September 30, 2021

Time:     0800-1600

Credit Hours:  7

Location:

Ada County Sheriff’s Office
Training Room A
7200 Barrister Drive, Entrance 3
Boise, Idaho 83704

 

Cost:  $195.00   Payable to:  PGTI – Public Grants Training Initiatives

(Meals, travel, and/or lodging are the responsibility of the participant)

Deadline:

Instructors:   Glen Williams

POST Coordinator:  Jeff Sklar

Register online at : https://public-grants-training-initiatives.ticketleap.com/boisesept/dates/Sep-30-2021_at_0800AM

Remarks:  For additional information regarding local accommodations or the training venue, e-mail Cydney Shubin, Ada CSO Training Coordinator  cshubin@adacounty.id.gov or call 208-577-3563

R1 270 Basic Drug Investigations

Course Number:   207

Description:   Basic Drug Investigation Course

The Basic Drug Investigations Course presented by the Idaho State Police is created to meet the immediate training needs of Officers scheduled to be assigned or currently assigned to narcotics units, who have not yet attended formalized training.  The Instructors for this course are seasoned narcotics officers and special agents.  This training is designed to emphasize an ethical and safe approach to the investigation and prosecution of state and federal drug crimes.   This course maximizes the use of hands on practical training exercises throughout the two-week course.  Due to the use of practical exercises, the class is limited to 50 students. 

Given the limited number of seats, officers attending this training must either currently be serving as an active narcotics investigator or awaiting their start date.

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Date:  April 26  thru  May 07, 2021

Time:   0800-1700

Credit Hours:  80

Location:    

Idaho State Police  District 1
615 W. Wilbur Ave,
Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

 

COST:         Tuition free

   (Attendees are responsible for meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:    April 16, 2021

Instructors: 

John Kempf, Sean Prosser, Tim Snell,
Tim Hopkins, Cody Herman, Mike Cox,
Marcus Graham, Lee Edgley,
Robert Heise, Will Adams and others


Registration:  
Complete Form: 022621 basic drug registration 2021
return to Mike Franson, ISP Training

e-mail       Mike.Franson@isp.idaho.gov 
or mail 

Idaho State Police,
Attention Training Section
700 South Stratford Drive
Meridian, Idaho 83642

Remarks:   Do not send registrations to POST.

For local accommodations or training facility information, contact Mike Franson.

 

 

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R2 123 LE Phlebotomy Course- 12/21/20 THIS CLASS IS FULL

Course Number: R2 123

Description:   Law Enforcement Phlebotomy

Commissioned officers will be trained to draw blood on impaired drivers.  The Law Enforcement Phlebotomy Program (LEPP) training is an important part of the impaired driving program.  While waiting for an individual or organization to respond to draw blood, vital evidence is slipping away.  The LEPP is one way to gather evidence in a timely fashion that may otherwise be lost.

The LEPP is based on the very successful model used in Arizona for over 25 years now. 

We offer this training in conjunction with CWI’s Phlebotomy program.  the schedule is as follows:

–  48 hours of on-line pre-course work starting January 11th. 
–  CWI Classroom – March 12th – 14th, 2021 
–  40 hours of clinical training to follow.

The following departments now have trained LE Phlebotomists: 

Nampa PD, Caldwell PD, Homedale PD,
Idaho State Police, Owyhee County SO,
Twin Falls PD, Coeur d’Alene PD
and Pocatello PD. 

 Date:       January 11, 2021  online pre-course training begins

March 12-14, 2021  classroom

Time:        0900-1900  3 day classroom training

Credit Hours:

Location:    

College of Western Idaho
2407 Caldwell Blvd.
Nampa, Idaho

COST:   Tuition Free

Deadline:  December 18, 2020

Instructor:   CWI Phlebotomy Instructors and Certified LE Phlebotomists

Registration:  e-mail completed registration form to

   chris.glenn@isp.idaho.gov or fax to 208-884-7092

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Remarks:   Do not send registrations to POST.

For local accommodations or training facility information, contact Sgt.Chris Glenn Statewide Impaired Driving Coordinator at chris.glenn@isp.idaho.gov

The Impaired Driving Coordinator will pay for the attendee’s text book, hotel, and per diem.  The attending Officer’s Department will be responsible for purchasing a Phlebotomy Chair if new to the program. 

 

R2 AR15/M4 (UnBranded) Armorer

Course Number: R2-257

Description:    AR15/M4 (UnBranded) Armorer

This AR15/M4 Armorer class is unbranded and relevant to all AR manufacturers.  Detailed disassembly and reassembly to emphasize operation and the actual function of a direct impingement weapon. Class is 90% hands on from start to finish, with consistent emphasis on inspection of parts and the diagnostics associated with wear and failure. Topics included are:

Nomenclature and Design Cycle
Ammunition Cleaning and Maintenance
Troubleshooting Malfunctions/Diagnostics
Parts Inspection and Common Failures
Basic Field Strip
Detailed Disassembly/Reassembly
Repair Documentation for the Departmental Armorer

This AR15/M4 Armorer class is unbranded and relevant to all AR manufacturers.
TTG carbines will be utilized for this class to prevent small parts loss or damage from occurring with duty weapons. Students are welcome to bring tools to class, however tools necessary to complete class will be provided for use in class, as well as support materials. 

Date:    March 3 – 4, 2021

Time:   0800-1700

Credit Hours:   16

Location:    

Meridian Public Safety Training Center
1223 East Watertower Road
Meridian, Idaho

 

COST:    $400.00      Payable to Triton Training Group

 (Attendees are responsible for meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:

Instructor:      Jacob Porter


Registration details   LE@tritontraininggroup.com


Remarks:  
Do not send registrations to POST.

For local accommodations or training facility information, e-mail Justin Northway, Training  Officer, Meridian PD at  jnorthway@meridiancity.org  or call 208.895.3335

 

 

R2 252B Bridging the Gap: A Look at Communication and Relations Cancelled 09/08/20

Course Number:  R2 252B

Bridging the Gap: An Inside Look at Communication and Relations  Cancelled

Description:   

In today’s society we hear and read a lot about law enforcement and community relations; some good things, some bad things, and some outright false hoods.  In addition to this added pressure, the normal stresses and pressures of the job have led to breakdowns in communication and relations, resulting in an increasing onset of PTSD, substance abuse, suicide, and divorce.

Utilizing ways to improve accountability and communication will reduce PTSD, divorce, suicide and improve relations within our communities. This reduces citizen complaints, overuse of sick and personal time and will improve employee morale and productivity.

This program covers ways to look at self-perceptions and perceptions of the community in an accountable way. This allows open, honest, communication, while removing judgements and improving relations within our communities.

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Date:  September 22, 2020

Time:   0800-1700

Credit Hours:  8  hours

Location:    

Ada County Sheriff’s Office
7200 Barrister Dr
Entrance 3, Training Room C
Boise, ID 83704

 

COST:  $175.00    ($160.00  for registrations before August 5th)

                                  Payable to Public Grants Training initiatives

(Attendees are responsible for meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:  September 15, 2020

Instructor:  Glen Williams


Registration on-line
 https://public-grants-training-initiatives.ticketleap.com/btgboise/


Remarks:  
Do not send registrations to POST.

For hotel or facility information, contact Cydney Shubin, Ada Co. SO Training Coordinator 208-577-3563 cshubin@adacounty.id.gov

 

 

R2 602 Leadership Institute for First Line and New Supervisors

Course Number:  602

Description:   Leadership Institute for First Line and New Supervisors

Leadership is influence. Each of us has the power of influence. Becoming a leader you must recognize the potential in others, not to mention yourself. Accepting a new leadership position can be the most demanding and yet the position may receive the least training.  This training will provide some innovative ideas to help in your day-to-day operations;  from the supervisor’s role in a vehicle pursuit, to making critical decisions at the crime scene.  In the spirit of Community Policing, it is important that we decipher the mission and vision of the organization and the real time impact it has on future leadership.

See training details at http://www.patc.com/training/detail.php?ID=17183

 Date:  October 5 – 9, 2020

Time:   0800-1700

Credit Hours:  35 hours

Location:    

Caldwell Police Department
Community Room
110 S. 5th Avenue
Caldwell, ID   83605

 

COST:   $525.00   Payable to:   Public Agency Training Council

(Attendees are responsible for meals, travel, and/or lodging)

Deadline:  October 1, 2020

Instructor:   Darryl Rivers, PATC


Registration online at
https://www.patc.com/training/register.php?ID=17183


Remarks:  
Do not send registrations to POST.

Tuition cost includes all training materials and a certificate of completion from PATC.

For local accommodations or training facility information, contact
 Lt. Doug Winfield, Caldwell PD at dwinfield@cityofcaldwell.org
or call (208) 455-4534