R4 Sexual Assault Investigations for Law Enforcement: A Trauma-Informed Approach- Idaho Falls FREE COURSE

Course Number: R4228C

Course Description:

Course material will make evident that when law enforcement incorporate trauma-informed core principles and strategies into investigations, these principles and strategies can become standard practice within law enforcement agencies. As practices become standard and departmental culture evolves, community policing efforts will become more effective, thus increasing cooperation between sexual assault victims and law enforcement.

The course introduces learners to trauma-informed approaches and attributes, creating a broader awareness of the importance and nuances of trauma-informed responsive policing in service to building trust in victims — including in marginalized communities — and increasing sexual assault prosecution and convictions.

This course integrates adult learning principles with participatory leadership values and strategies to build upon the expertise of the professional-level participants while modeling engagement strategies.

Module 1: Introduction
Module 2: Foundational Principles of Sexual Assault Investigations Module 3: Trauma-Informed Response to Victims
Module 4: Key Strategies for Successful Sexual Assault Investigations Module 5: Presenting Your Case to the Prosecutor
Module 6: Wrap It All Up

Dates: July 13, 2021

Times: 0800-1700

Credit Hours: 8

Location: Bonneville County Sheriff’s Ammon Field Office, 3750 E. Lincoln Rd., Ammon, ID 83401

Cost: FREE

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

Deadline: Registration must be received by June 28, 2021

Instructor(s): Annmarie Gray, Debbie Perry

Remarks: To register for this training, please contact: Sgt. Doug Metcalf at
dmetcalf@co.bonneville.id.us —phone 208-529-1350 ext. 1158
For questions regarding this training, please contact:
Susan Patterson | Spatt1@uis.edu

R4 Trauma-Focused Mental Health and Wellness Training- Idaho Falls FREE

Course Number: R4236

Course Description:

Understanding PTSD and how it affects us all.

Dates: May 26, 2021

Times: 0800-1300

Credit Hours: 5

Location: Idaho Falls American Legion Hall, 485 Constitution Way, Idaho Falls, ID 83402

Cost: FREE Lunch will be provided

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

Deadline:

Instructor(s):

Remarks: To register for this course go to https://forms.gle/RR9kuUWvrsqTsqS19

R4 Suicide is not an option- Idaho Falls

Course Number: R4236

Course Description:

America’s law enforcement officers are significantly more likely to die by suicide than being murdered in the line of duty. For years mental health professionals have come alongside officers with treatment, assistance, and counsel. Yet, the suicide rate continues to increase. Can this ever-increasing suicide rate among these warriors be stopped?

In this four-hour seminar, Law Enforcement Chaplain Tim Rupp approaches suicide from a spiritual health perspective. Rupp argues there is meaning to life beyond the individual. Humans are not only physical and mental beings, but spiritual beings who yearn for a yet to be experienced life beyond. This eternal hope instilled in every person gives meaning to life and a reason to hope. Hope for more, hope for new, hope for better. Rupp believes that this intrinsic hope is a key to reduce the suicide rate among our warriors.

Every student will receive a copy of Suicide is not an Option book by Tim Rupp.

Dates: June 24, 2021

Times: 0830-1230

Credit Hours: 4

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 for this course, contact Tim Rupp at 208-206-1215, or register online at  http://TheStrongBlueLine.org/seminars/ or email to office@TheStrongBlueLine.org

R4 Trauma Care for Patrol and Corrections – Idaho Falls

Course Number: R4 112

Description:   Trauma Care for Patrol and Corrections

NOTICE: BCSO will be implementing social distancing and decontamination procedures as part of this class. Students will be required to use hand sanitizer (provided) during the class, and throughout the training day(s).

Rally Point Training Consulting’s one day Basic Trauma Care for Patrol & Corrections course brings our officer survival and training tenets to life for Patrol & Corrections Officers with hands on
training in:

Officer Self/Buddy Care for Major Trauma*

  • Bleeding Control Basics
  • Tourniquet Application
  • Wound Pressure/Wound Packing
  • Unlike so many other courses that try to teach officers tactical combat casualty care using intermediate and advanced medical
    equipment intended for emergency medical technicians and paramedics, which they are often neither authorized to use or do not
    carry on a daily basis, this course focuses on how to recognize and respond to major trauma that officers or their partners may
    suffer on duty using basic trauma supplies commonly carried by officers consisting of tourniquets, hemostatic gauze and trauma
    dressings. At Rally Point Training Consulting we don’t just teach officers how it’s done, we focus on truly building the officer’s
    skills and confidence so they can automatically respond to major trauma with little to no conscious thought to stop the bleeding
    as quickly and easily as possible.
    Attendance is limited.All participants will receive a North American Rescue Bleeding Control Training Kit (a $47.66 value) including:
    1 – Combat Application Tourniquet C-A-T Blue Training TQ
    1 – 4 inch Responder Emergency Trauma Dressing
    1 – Combat Gauze Trainer
    1 pair – Responder Nitrile Gloves

Dates: June 3, 2020

Time: 0800-1700

Credit Hours: 8

Location: Bonneville County Sheriff’s Ammon Field Office, 3750 E. Lincoln Rd. Idaho Falls, ID 83402

Cost: $249.00

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

Deadline: 

Instructors: TBD

Registration Details: Register at Rally Point Training here- https://rallypointtraining.com/calendar.html

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