R1 Underwater Criminal Investigator 4-day Course – Hayden

Course Number: R1  228D

 

Description:

UCI’s foundational course designed to give the knowledge and skills to succeed as a true professional Underwater Criminal Investigator. 4-days of intensive training. This course focuses on the 3-core components of search and recovery diving: body, vehicle and evidence recovery. Students learn UCI designed recovery techniques that are now being used internationally and copied by other PSD training agencies.

 

 

Dates: May 16-19, 2022

 

Time: 0800-1700

Credit Hours: 32

Location:

OEM Building

1662 W. Wyoming Ave.

Hayden, ID

Cost: $984.50

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

Deadline: April 1st, 2022

Instructors:

Michael Berry is a renowned authority and trainer for Public Safety Diving and specializes in teaching underwater criminal investigations.

 

Registration Details:

www.ucidiver.com or 434-594-5006

 

Remarks:

Recommended Hotel – Staybridge 208 676-0222 use Block Code: UCI

R4 Detect, Deter, Defeat Human Behavior Threat Analysis- Pocatello

Course Number: R4139

Course Description:

Detect – Human Behavior Analysis is a method of observing people and accurately predicting what their next course of action will be. Social Science has concluded that human behavior can be quite predictable, and it gives the bearer an ability to influence actions and reactions at all levels of public contact. Wouldn’t it be beneficial for the officer to know ahead of time if encounters are going to result in malice or harm toward them? This program teaches the officer to recognize behavior cues that improve their ability to make accurate assumptions about an individual’s thought process, emotional state and plans of action. It also allows an officer to detect individuals who are being deceptive and assist in locating criminals attempting to hide in crowds.

Deter – Human behavior analysis allows an officer to effectively spot dangerous individuals and defuse potential problems before they ever get out of the box. They can also use this information to assist in de-escalating tensions, avoiding potential violent confrontations and maintain stability of volatile situations or hostile scenes. Officers will be able to identify those who consider them as a threat and those who consider them as non-threatening. They will be able to identify the differences between a person who is angry, distraught, mentally disturbed, highly emotional, or whether that person has intentions of malice and harm.

Defeat – How much safer and more effective would an officer be if he or she had the ability to know what a person’s intent is before that action takes place? Being able to observe and understand human behavior indicators gives the officer an ability to better control any deteriorating situation and produce a more favorable and nonviolent outcome. This program teaches the officer methods and actions to diffuse hostilities and defend themselves without resulting in conflict or violence.

Dates: February 22-23, 2022

Times: 0800-1700

Credit Hours: 16

Location: Bannock County Sheriff’s Office, 5800 S. 5th Ave., Pocatello, ID 83204

Cost: $350.00

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

Deadline:

Instructor(s): Randy Merriman

Remarks: To register for this course, click the following link- https://form.jotform.com/211887114880157

R1 Leadership Training Performance and Accountability – Hayden

Course Number: R1  805

 

Description:

This 16 hour workshop is for sworn and civilian public safety supervisors and managers. This is also an excellent course for Training Officers and aspiring supervisors. If you want to make a real difference in your agency, take a leadership role in making performance and accountability cornerstones of the organizational culture. We present a real world approach to performance management, with the firm belief that if you take a positive approach with your good employees and deal directly and decisively with those who are unable or unwilling to perform, your organization will thrive. You will take practical techniques away from this workshop that you will be able to use on your very first day back at work. Reduce your liability profile! Learn to:

• Understand and avoid the seven supervisory behaviors that de-motivate good employees

• Speak and write the language of performance

• Clearly communicate your expectations and provide effective feedback about performance

• Effectively document performance and write objective, meaningful performance evaluations

• Appropriately establish and assert your authority with challenging employees

• Confidently confront difficult and resistant employees without losing

• Recognize and handle the manipulations commonly used on supervisors

The Instructor for this workshop is Jon “Cris” Trulsson, a 29 year law enforcement veteran and retired Police Lieutenant. Cris holds dual Bachelor’s Degrees in Law and History from the University of the Pacific. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy (Session 227) and a graduate of the F.B.I. Law Enforcement Executive Development School, the California POST Supervisory Leadership Institute and the POST Instructor Development Institute. Cris is a subject matter expert on performance management and accountability in the workplace. As a Senior Associate with Marin Consulting Associates, Cris trains law enforcement supervisors and managers nationwide. Internationally, Cris has had the privilege of providing training to the British Transport Police and to train with the Police Service of Northern Ireland, and the Royal Thai Police.

Dates: June 7-8, 2022

 

Time: 0830-1700

Credit Hours: 16

Location:

OEM Building

1662 W. Wyoming Ave.

Hayden, ID

Cost: $200

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

Deadline: May 7th, 2022

Instructors:

Jon “Cris” Trulsson

 

Registration Details:

marinconsulting.us or 209 452-0067

 

Remarks:

 

R1 O.O.D.A. Loop Based Officer Survival through Preparation, Not Paranoia – Hayden

Course Number: R1  139

 

Description:

Rally Point Training & Consulting’s two day O.O.D.A. Loop based Officer Survival™ training seminar combines vital information from our original O.O.D.A. Loop based Officer Survival™ seminar and along with updated tactics to bring you the most important two days of classroom based officer survival training possible. This course provides updated officer survival information associated with felonious assaults against law enforcement during ambushes, suspicious person’s investigations, foot and vehicle pursuits, conducting traffic stops and during arrest situations (The Big Five) with a focus on understanding and properly utilizing the O.O.D.A. loop for survival.

During the seminar officers are taught how to maximize their O.O.D.A. loops and long-term memory while understanding how they can negatively affect an adversary’s O.O.D.A. loop to gain important physical and mental advantages.

At Rally Point Training & Consulting, we believe that solutions can be found by taking an in-depth look at factors that drive suspects to launch felonious assaults against law enforcement while analyzing tactics used by both officers and suspects to help harden ourselves as targets through proper preparation, not paranoia. Our O.O.D.A. Loop based Officer Survival™ training seminar start off with a reminder of laws pertaining to the use of force and updated information on Officers Down in the Line of Duty and causes of those deaths. Officers are then introduced to John Boyd’s O.O.D.A. loop and will learn how suspects and officers O.O.D.A. loops can be used for and against them. Officers will discuss how officers and suspects process information, associated mindsets and indicators of mindsets, commonly referred to as O.O.D.A. Loop indicators. Officers will learn the ins and outs of the O.O.D.A. loop including how to maximize its speed and proficiency for officer survival while learning how to disrupt an adversary’s O.O.D.A. loop..

Dates: March 28-29, 2022

Time: 0800-1700

Credit Hours: 16

Location:

OEM Building

1662 W. Wyoming Ave.

Hayden, ID

Cost: $300

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

Deadline: April 28th, 2022

Instructors:

Derek Stephens

 

Registration Details:

RallyPointTraining.com

 

Remarks:

 

R4 Winning a Gunfight- Idaho Falls

Course Number: R4139

Course Description:

Does physically surviving a gunfight mean you won? Not by a long shot. Many people survive gunfights. In fact, most people who are in a gunfight survive. But there is a difference between surviving and winning. Surviving means you continue to exist. Continuing to exist and winning are not the same.

Everyone who carries a gun for personal protection or the protection of others needs to understand what they will face before, during, and after a gunfight. This eight-hour seminar is based on Winning a Gunfight helps prepare the modern warrior to win in the event they face a deadly foe.

Every student receives a copy of Winning a Gunfight, foreword by Lt. Col. Dave Grossman.

Dates: Tuesday May 25, 2021

Times: 0830-1700

Credit Hours: 7.5

Location: Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office Training Annex, 577 D St., Idaho Falls, ID 83402

Cost: $99.00

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

Deadline:

Instructor(s): Tim Rupp

Remarks: To register go to this LINK or email to office@TheStrongBlueLine.org or call 208-206-1215

 

R2-139 Beyond Off Duty Survival-Class is full

Course Number: R2-139 Class is full

Description:   Beyond Off Duty Survival

This class teaches attendees what threats they may face off duty and how to respond safely and tactically. We then go even further, helping students to understand how a career in public safety affects our personal relationships both on and off the job. We’ll talk about communication, post traumatic stress & recovery, and the role that optimism plays in our ability to win not just on the street, but in LIFE!

The Smiths believe that you must “train for your relationships as hard as you train for your survival.” You can be the best cop, agent, correctional officer, or commander in your agency, but if you want to be a “winner” in your personal life; tactically, mentally and emotionally, this course is essential to your success! We encourage spouses to attend as our guests!

R2 139 BOD November Flyer

Dates:  November 10, 2020

Time: 0800 – 1600

Credit Hours: 7

Location:
Ada County Sherriff’s Office
7200 Barrister Dr.
Boise, Idaho 83704
Entrance 3 – Training Room A

Cost: $195.00

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

Deadline:  November 1, 2020

Instructors: Dave Smith and Betsey Brantner-Smith

Registration Details: registration is closed
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Email:  kodonnell@pg-ti.com   Phone: (847)875-3620

Remarks:   Do not send registrations to POST

Tuition includes FREE admission for a spouse or domestic partner!

Contact Ada County Sheriff’s Office Training Coordinator Cydney Shubin for
facility or accommodations information at cshubin@adacounty.id.gov

 

 

R4 Detect, Deter, Defeat Human Behavior Threat Analysis- Pocatello

Course Number: R4139

Course Description:

Detect – Human Behavior Analysis is a method of observing people and accurately predicting what their next course of action will be. Social Science has concluded that human behavior can be quite predictable, and it gives the bearer an ability to influence actions and reactions at all levels of public contact. Wouldn’t it be beneficial for the officer to know ahead of time if encounters are going to result in malice or harm toward them? This program teaches the officer to recognize behavior cues that improve their ability to make accurate assumptions about an individual’s thought process, emotional state and plans of action. It also allows an officer to detect individuals who are being deceptive and assist in locating criminals attempting to hide in crowds.

Deter – Human behavior analysis allows an officer to effectively spot dangerous individuals and defuse potential problems before they ever get out of the box. They can also use this information to assist in de-escalating tensions, avoiding potential violent confrontations and maintain stability of volatile situations or hostile scenes. Officers will be able to identify those who consider them as a threat and those who consider them as non-threatening. They will be able to identify the differences between a person who is angry, distraught, mentally disturbed, highly emotional, or whether that person has intentions of malice and harm.

Defeat – How much safer and more effective would an officer be if he or she had the ability to know what a person’s intent is before that action takes place? Being able to observe and understand human behavior indicators gives the officer an ability to better control any deteriorating situation and produce a more favorable and nonviolent outcome. This program teaches the officer methods and actions to diffuse hostilities and defend themselves without resulting in conflict or violence.

Dates: March 22-23, 2021

Times: 0800-1700

Credit Hours: 16

Location: Bannock County Sheriff’s Office, 5800 S. 5th Ave., Pocatello, ID 83204

Cost: $350.00

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

Deadline:

Instructor(s): Randy Merriman

Remarks: To register for this course, click the following link- https://form.jotform.com/202165638872158