Department of Juvenile Corrections Advanced Training – October 2022

Course Number: 231

Course Description:

The goal of this training week is to provide advanced education to Juvenile Corrections Officers  The week will also provide an opportunity to strengthen teamwork and apply classroom learning with scenario-based training. Attendees must have successfully completed the Basic Juvenile Corrections academy and receive registration approval from direct supervisor before registering.

Dates: October 03 – 07, 2022

Times:

10/03/2022 1200-1700

10/04/2022- 0800-1700

10/05/2022- 0800-1700

10/06/2022- 0800-1700

10/07/2022- 0800-1200

Credit Hours: 33 POST training hours

Location:

Idaho POST Academy
700 S. Stratford Dr.
Meridian ID, 83642

Cost: Tuition Free

Instructor(s):

Leahann Romero

Training Coordinator, Department of Juvenile Corrections

Leahann.romero@post.idaho.gov

Registration: Attendees must have successfully completed the Basic Juvenile Corrections academy and receive registration approval from direct supervisor before registering.

Please see the registration tab below

Deadline: September 2, 2022

Remarks: Questions- please contact Leahann Romero, leahann.romero@post.idaho.gov

Department of Juvenile Corrections March 2022 Advanced Training

Course Number: 231

Course Description:

The goal of this training week is to provide advanced education to Juvenile Corrections Officers  The week will also provide an opportunity to strengthen teamwork and apply classroom learning with scenario-based training. Attendees must have successfully completed the Basic Juvenile Corrections academy and receive registration approval from direct supervisor before registering.

Dates: March 21, 2022 – March 25, 2022

Times:

3/21/2022- 1200 – 1700
3/22/2022- 0800 – 1700
3/23/2022- 0800-1700
3/24/2022- 0800-1700
3/25/2022- 0800-1200

Credit Hours: 33 POST training hours

Location:

Idaho POST Academy
700 S. Stratford Dr.
Meridian ID, 83642

Cost: Tuition Free

Instructor(s):

Leahann Romero

Training Coordinator, Department of Juvenile Corrections

Leahann.romero@post.idaho.gov

Greg Knight

Supervisor, Ada County Juvenile Detention

gknight@adacounty.id.gov

David Paredes

Department of Juvenile Correction (St. Anthony)

david.paredes@idjc.idaho.gov

Karen Skow

Training Coordinator, Department of Juvenile Corrections

Karen.skow@post.idaho.gov

Daniel Smith – SME

Manager of Professional Responsibility, POST

dan.smith@post.idaho.gov

Katie Withers

Department of Juvenile Corrections (St. Anthony)

katie.withers@idjc.idaho.gov

Jerrod Kelley

Department of Juvenile Corrections (St. Anthony)

jerrad.kelley@idjc.idaho.gov

Registration: Attendees must have successfully completed the Basic Juvenile Corrections academy and receive registration approval from direct supervisor before registering.

Please see the registration tab below

Deadline: February 18, 2022

Remarks: Questions- please contact Leahann Romero, leahann.romero@post.idaho.gov

Human Trafficking Interdiction FREE TRAINING CLASS

Course Number: 210F

Course Description:

This course will be a two part course : Human Trafficking Interdiction and Human Trafficking Proactive Operations 

Human Trafficking Interdiction
This class is designed for patrol officers and will equip them with skills to interdict suspects and victims involved in human trafficking.  The student will understand the dynamics, the terminology and indicators of human trafficking and how to interact with both the suspect and the victim.  The student will also be able to gather evidence from different sources to include electronics, to assist in providing advocacy for any possible victims and to move forward with a possible criminal case against the trafficker.

Human Trafficking Proactive Operations
This course allows the students to understand, why proactive operations can be so successful in battling human trafficking and how to conduct the various types of operations.  The course will cover the development of an operational plan, obstacles of operations, officer safety issues, choosing a location, best practices for interactions with victims and suspects and the various types of operations to include, hotel/motel, casinos, bus depot/train station, truck stop, illicit massage businesses, “track”/”blade”, travelers, sex offender operations, counter demand operationsProactive human trafficking operations are not only a deterrent but allow the agency and officers the opportunity to identify and rescue human trafficking victims and arrest traffickers.  These operations can be complex, confusing and if not properly carried out can create officer safety issues and result in additional harm to victims.  Having the proper training on these types of operations is critical.

Dates: February 16-17, 2022

Times: 0800-1700

Credit Hours: 16

Location:

Idaho Post Academy, Meridian Complex
700 So. Stratford Drive
Meridian, Idaho  83642

Cost: FREE

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

Deadline: January 31, 2022

Instructor(s):

Dan Nash and Alison Phillips (Co-Founder Human Trafficking Training Center Consultant/Instructors, Missouri)

Registration:

The class size will be limited to the first 50 students because of the limited classroom size available for the training.

Email Vickie Gooch at victoria.gooch@isp.idaho.gov with the subject line “REGISTRATION” to be confirmed for the class

R4 Human Trafficking- Pocatello FREE TRAINING CLASS

Course Number: R4210F

Course Description:

Instructed by anti-trafficking experts with decades of experience in gang, narcotics and organized crime investigations, multi-agency task force leadership and domestic and international operations.  This course provides frontline officers, first responders, victim advocates, investigators and prosecutors hands-on training in both sex and labor trafficking operations. Topics include, victim profiles and recruitment and control, victim identification and a victim-centered approach to investigations, gangs, organized crime and human trafficking, evidence collection, victim challenges and interviewing techniques, proactive case development, undercover and field operations, prosecution, detailed case studies, and how technology and trafficking intersect both in the commission of and combating the crime. Upon completion, participants will be prepared to identify and respond successfully to crimes of human trafficking, conduct effective investigations, access, share and preserve physical and digital evidence, legally conduct undercover operations, prepare for prosecution, and work efficiently with other agencies and the community to diminish and deter the crime of human trafficking.

Dates: October 15-16, 2020

Times: 0800-1700

Credit Hours: 16

Location: Pocatello Police Department, 911 N. 7th Ave., Pocatello, ID 83201

Cost: FREE

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

Deadline:

Instructor(s): Peter White, Ray Bercini, Vic Lacey, Jeff Blom

Remarks: To register for this course, contact Pocatello PD Training Coordinator Jene Purman at 208-234-6129.