R4 Managing an Incident Command Post and Tactical Operations Center- Idaho Falls

Course Number: R4703

Course Description:

This one-day, eight-hour seminar is an instructional overview of emergency operations center; command post and tactical operations center functions, structure, and operations. Command decision-making through a proven system that streamlines the flow of direction and information will be a central focus of this course.

Prerequisites- Sworn law enforcement personnel

Student equipment- Law Enforcement ID card, laptop computer highly recommended

Dates: June 1, 2021

Times: 0800-1700

Credit Hours: 8

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

Cost: $169 for current NTOA members, $224 for non-members (comes with one year membership to the NTOA)

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

Deadline: May 1, 2021

Instructor(s): Mark Pergola

Remarks: To register for this course, use this link- http://training.ntoa.org/CourseRegistration/default.asp?num=20211960  Registrations may be emailed to training@ntoa.org. Checks made payable to the NTOA may be mailed to 7150 Campus Dr. Suite 215, Colorado Springs, CO 80920

Local contact Sgt. Doug Metcalf at dmetcalf@co.bonneville.id.us

Suggested car rental agency- use the follow ID# XZ17D23 for a discounted rate at www.enterprise.com or use PIN Code NAT at 1-800-RENT-A-CAR.

Suggest hotel- Hampton Inn Idaho Falls/Airport at 208-523-1400 645 Lindsay Blvd. Idaho Falls, ID 83402

R4 Tactical Mission Planning and Briefing- Idaho Falls

Course Number: R4270

Course Description:

This course is designed to expose police personnel (supervisors, tactical and task force team leaders, detectives, etc.) to procedures used for tactical mission planning and briefing of involved tactical personnel. Topics include mission planning documentation; operational planning for high-risk search warrants; scouting procedures for mission planning; primary, alternate, contingency, and emergency planning; suggestions on how to modify high-risk search warrant planning to other types of tactical missions (open area operations, barricaded subjects, arrest warrant/fugitive apprehension, and hostage barricade situations); and much more. The primary goal of this course is to allow the student to conduct sample briefings during class in order to obtain experience and streamline the briefing process. Ensuring that a comprehensive but efficient briefing system is in place will be a course outcome.

Cancellation Policy

Student will receive full refund of any paid fee if cancelled in writing by the student or agency 30+ days prior to course start. The NTOA will charge $100 cancellation fee if written notice is received less than 30 days prior to course start. No written notice, no refund. Qualified substitutions are always acceptable.

Student Liability Waiver

In consideration of my attendance and participation in the National Tactical Officers Association’s Training Course, I hereby, for myself, my heirs, executors, administrators and assignees, waive and release any and all rights and claims for damages I may have or may accrue against the National Tactical Officers Association, its officers or instructors, and co-host agency for any and all injuries which may be suffered by me as a result of my attendance and participation.

Student Equipment

Law Enforcement ID, laptop computer highly recommended

Dates: June 2-3, 2021

Times: 0800-1700

Credit Hours: 16

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

Cost: $329 for NTOA Members, $384 for Non-NTOA members (Includes a one year membership to the NTOA)

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

Deadline: May 10, 2021

Instructor(s): Jason Jahnke

Remarks: Click the following link to register for this class- http://training.ntoa.org/CourseRegistration/default.asp?num=20211970 Completed registrations may be emailed to training@ntoa.org. Checks made payable to the NTOA may be mailed to 7150 Campus Dr. Suite 215, Colorado Springs, CO 80920

Suggested car rental agency- Enterprise. use Code XZ17D23 for a discounted rate and use the PIN code of NAT if you rent via the Enterprise website at www.enterprise.com, or call 1-800-RENT-A-CAR

Suggested hotel- Hampton Inn Idaho Falls at 208-523-1400

Local contact via BCSO Deputy Sgt. Doug Metcalf at dmetcalf@co.bonnevile.id.us

R4805- Law Enforcement Leadership- Idaho Falls

Course Number: R4805

Course Description:

Goal:

The goal of this class is to provide first line supervisors with effective leadership principles and techniques that will enable them to become successful supervisors who can increase the motivation and productivity of the staff they supervise.

Performance Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  1. Recognize the traits of a leader and understand different management styles
  2. Define and understand leadership accountability
  3. Understand the importance of leadership ethics
  4. Understand the differences in work beliefs and ethics of Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials, and Post Millennials
  5. Recognize staff motivators and de-motivators
  6. Utilize a problem-solving model
  7. Build teamwork among staff
  8. Develop an action plan
  9. Participate in strategic planning
  10. Understand supervisor civil liability
  11. Utilize coaching to improve employee job performance
  12. Coach problem employees
  13. Communicate appropriately with the media
  14. Identify the five conflict management styles and when each can be used effectively
  15. Explain the importance of progressive discipline and steps to take when disciplining

Dates: Feb 22-26, 2021

Times: 0800-1700

Credit Hours: 40

Location: Idaho Falls Police Department Training Annex, 740 Park Ave., Idaho Falls, ID 83402

Cost: FREE

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

Deadline:

Instructor(s): ICRMP Chad Sarmento

Remarks: To register for this course, contact IFPD Training Coordinator Lori Posey at lposey@idahofallsidaho.gov or phone 208-612-8619

R4 Developing First Line Supervisors- Chubbuck

Course Number: R4602

Course Description:

First-line supervisors face many challenges. New supervisory officers, as well as, seasoned first-line supervisors need to consistently adapt to the ever-changing environment within our community. Whether it is officers getting ready to transition to supervision, newly promoted supervisors attending this course as their indoctrination into their new role, or seasoned leaders continuing their leadership training, this four-day class has it all. Supervisors will learn the most up-to-date trends in leading, documenting, counseling, mentoring, communicating and more.

Click the link below for more information. Must be able to view videos on Vimeo.

https://vimeo.com/420752766

No matter if you are a seasoned supervisor of an officer making the transition to leadership, the position of first-line supervisor has many challenges and is constantly evolving. Supervisory officers are, by far, the most valuable management position in our agencies. This supervisory development program instructs new supervisors, those soon to be promoted, and/or seasoned supervisory personnel with the essential aspects of real-life aspects of the position. The class is specifically designed to move beyond theory and provide practical application of critical skills and abilities necessary for agency supervisors to have to protect themselves, their officers and their agencies from the liability of ineffective leadership.

Day 1

  • Effective Communication
  • Successfully Managing the Critical Shift
  • First Line Supervisor’s Role in Change
  • Working with your Boss – Being a Good Follower
  • Understanding your new Perspective and those above you
  • Setting the Baseline of Supervision & Discipline
  • Initial Counseling with your Group and Individuals
  • Identification of Future Leaders & Officer Development
  • How to Properly Monitor Employees
  • Effective Counseling of Employees for Minor Issues
  • Progressive Discipline
  • Handling the Marginal (to Problem) Employee
  • Documenting Your Actions

Day 2

  • Handling Roll Call (Training, Assignments, Direction of Employees, Critiques of Calls, etc.)
  • Effective Report Review
  • Taking/Vetting Citizen Complaints
  • Common Solutions to Everyday Problems (lateness, absenteeism, production, failure to follow orders, etc…)
  • Understanding Serious Personnel Issues & How to initially address them (insubordination, deviant behavior, Officer Involved DV, Sleeping on Duty, & more)
  • Shaping the Narrative for Social Media Activists
  • Managing Civilians & Volunteers

Day 3

  • Handling Critical Incidents (EDP, Barricades, Suicidal Individuals & More)
  • ICS Basics
  • Monitoring/Adaptation to evolving situations
  • Critical Incident Stress Debriefing and Monitoring Your Employees
  • Employee Assistance (EAP) what is it
  • After Action Debriefs and why they are important

Day 4

  • Open Discussion on Critical Issues within the agencies attending
  • Digital Evidence Review
  • Investigation of On the Job, Work-Related Injuries
  • Investigation of Police Vehicle Crashes
  • Essentials of Education & Networking

Seating is limited to 30 participants

Dates: Nov. 15-18, 2021

Times: 0800-1700

Credit Hours: 32

Location: Chubbuck City Hall, Chubbuck, ID 83202

Cost: $595.00

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

Deadline:

Instructor(s): Jim Harris, Allen Bloodgood Jr., Philip Rizzo

Remarks: To register for this course, click on the link- https://jharristraining.com/product/command-series-level-1-transitioning-to-supervision-four-day-supervisor-development-course/

R4601 Field Training Office Seminar (Kaminsky, Sullenberger)- Idaho Falls CLASS FULL REGISTRATION CLOSED

Course Number: R4601

Course Description:

Utilizing the San Jose Model, the five-day Field Training Officer Seminar is designed for the new FTO and FTO Supervisor.

Topics include:

  • Organizational Structure of a Successful Field Training & Evaluation Program
  • The Role of Supervision/Management
  • The Evaluation Process: Achieving Objectivity
  • Evaluation and Docun1entation Exercises
  • Legal, Ethical and Due Process Issues
  • Remedial Training Strategies
  • Instructional Techniques
  • Adult Learning Skills
  • Interpersonal Con1n1unication: Using Feedback Effectively
  • Coaching for Success
  • Principals of Human Motivation
  • Dealing with Difficult People
  • Educational and Behavioral Psychology

Dates: CLASS FULL

Times: 0800-1700

Credit Hours: 40

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

Cost: $375.00

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

Deadline:

Instructor(s): Robert Sullenberger

Remarks: Contact Robert Sullenberger at sullenberger@ksa-fto.com phone  or phone 303/358-9780

Lodging:

For lodging information contact

Sgt. Doug Metcalf at:

dmetcalf@co.bonneville.id.us or

208-529-1350

 

R4 Trauma, Burnout, and Resiliency Training – Live Webinar PSAP Regions 5-6

Course Number:   R4 144C  

Description: 

Working with and assisting first responders to develop strategies to handle trauma experienced in the course of performing their duties.

Dates:  

 March 9th, 2021

 

Time: 

1300-1700

 

Credit Hours: 4

Location:

Live via Zoom. A link will be sent out once you have signed up for a class.

Cost:    Free  

 

Deadline:

Instructors: Dr. Christen Kishel

Registration Details: 

ehidalgo@co.bingham.id.us

Remarks:

 

 

 

R3 Trauma, Burnout, and Resiliency Training – Live Webinar PSAP Region 4

Course Number:   R3 144C  

Description: 

Working with and assisting first responders to develop strategies to handle trauma experienced in the course of performing their duties.

Dates:  

 March 2nd, 2021

 

Time: 

1300-1700

 

Credit Hours: 4

Location:

Live via Zoom. A link will be sent out once you have signed up for a class.

Cost:    Free  

 

Deadline:

Instructors: Dr. Christen Kishel

Registration Details: 

dtaylor@cassiacounty.org

Remarks:

 

 

 

R2 Trauma, Burnout, and Resiliency Training – Live Webinar

 

Course Number:   R2 144C  

Description: 

Working with and assisting first responders to develop strategies to handle trauma experienced in the course of performing their duties.

Dates:  

 February 16th

 

Time:  Two session

1300-1700 on February 16th

 

 

Credit Hours: 4

Location: Zoom

Cost:    Free  

 

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

Deadline:

Instructors: Dr. Christen Kishel

Registration Details:  wberrett@whitcom.org

Remarks:

Via Zoom. A link will be sent out once you have signed up for a class.

 

R1 Trauma, Burnout, and Resiliency Training – Live Webinar

 

Course Number:   R1 144C  

Description: 

Working with and assisting first responders to develop strategies to handle trauma experienced in the course of performing their duties.

Dates: January 20th, 2021 

Time: 

1300-1700  January 20th

 

Credit Hours: 4

Location:

Live via Zoom. A link will be sent out once you have signed up for a class.

Cost:    Free  

 

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

Deadline:

Instructors: Dr. Christen Kishel

Registration Details:  cholbrook@postfallspolice.com

Remarks:

 

R1 Trauma, Burnout, and Resiliency Training – Live Webinar

 

Course Number:   R1 144C  

Description: 

Working with and assisting first responders to develop strategies to handle trauma experienced in the course of performing their duties.

Dates: January 19th, 2021 

Time: 

0800-1200 on January 19th

 

Credit Hours: 4

Location:

Live via Zoom. A link will be sent out once you have signed up for a class.

Cost:    Free  

 

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

Deadline:

Instructors: Dr. Christen Kishel

Registration Details:  cholbrook@postfallspolice.com

Remarks: