Please review the attached flyer for information regarding suicide prevention training hosted by the Morrow Police Department. This free training is available for 6 executive credit hours, and will have lunch provided. Please contact email@example.com to register.
Chief Kevin R. Doyle invites law enforcement executives to attend training on December 12, 2019. The Georgia Ports Authority Police Department will host training titled, Gangs and Organized Crime. This training is designed for law enforcement Chief Executives and for senior officials who routinely encounter, or are tasked to address, gang activities. Executives will explore a broad array of issues involving gangs in the State of Georgia. Topics will include gang identification, community threat and impacts, statewide initiatives, and counter-gang strategies.
This training is delivered in partnership with the Georgia Public Safety Training Center (GPSTC). The guest instructor will be Mr. Jose Ramirez, GPSTC. Instructor Ramirez is the Vice President of the Georgia Gang Investigator Association (GGIA).
GACP Approved for 3 executive credit hours
Please register by email request to Captain Eric Hampton at firstname.lastname@example.org
This training webinar is hosted by Lexipol and is available for 1 executive credit hour.
For More Information: Reducing Risk on the Road – How to Keep Officers Safe During Roadway Operations
The District 1 training will be held Tuesday, December 17 at Ole Times Country Buffet 1193 St Augustine Rd, Valdosta, GA 31601. Plan on being there a little before 12 noon to avoid the lunch crowd. This is a dutch treat – the meal is $6.00 drink included. There will be 2 hours of executive training provided at this meeting.
The Snellville Police Department will host the 9th District Meeting on December 18th. Breakfast will begin serving at 9 a.m. with the training set to start at 10:00 a.m. Parking will be available in the lot inside the raised arms, in the parallel spaces along Clower Street and the parallel spaces along the entrance to city hall off Clower Street. There is also a parking lot across Clower from the police department and if dry, parking on the grass field across from the police department. There will also be parking in the city hall lot; but court will be in session, so please park to the rear of the lot. Training will be provided by ASAC Rocky Bingham of the G.B.I. on officer involved shootings. There is no need to RSVP.
The final GACP District 7 meeting will be on Thursday December 19, 2019 hosted by Chief Wheatley, Grovetown DPS.
Meeting Place: Grovetown Fire Station #2
5555 Harlem Grovetown Rd
The 8th District Chief’s training will be held on Thursday, December 19th at the Carrollton Police Department from 11-1. The speaker will be Director Chris Wigginton with GPSTC. Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP Joel Richards at email@example.com with the number attending.
*2 hours of executive credits available
(The training below is NOT approved for Executive Hours.)
Daigle Law Group LLC is proud to announce the new Advanced Internal Affairs Training Program. This program has a prerequisite of having attended any five-day Internal Affairs training programs within the last five years. This training is designed to engage the attendee’s knowledge and experience with conducting Administrative investigations. The Advanced IA Training program focuses on more complex issues, specifically the mechanisms to ensure supervisors are conducting effective and constitutional investigations. The training is valuable for not only those assigned to the Internal Affairs function but all supervisors. We welcome supervisors from Police, EMS, Fire, Corrections and Municipal Human Resource professionals.
The investigations that are the most challenging in the Administrative area today are those that involve sexual misconduct, hostile work environment claims and Use of Force, including OIS or in-custody deaths. The training will review recommendations for conducting an effective investigation including proper legal and operational standards. The focus is establishing an operationally sound manner to consistently investigate serious allegations of misconduct to ensure support of an effective discipline system. This will include legal analysis, collection and presentation of evidence, use of technology, video analysis, and testimony preparation. The week-long training will provide instruction, analysis and table-top exercises requiring students to work through challenging investigations.
For more information: https://daiglelawgroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/DLG-Advanced-Internal-Affairs-Certification-Training-Savannah-GA-January-13-17-2020-1.pdf
To Register: https://daiglelawgroup.com/advanced-ia-training-program-savannah-ga/