The August 21st District 9 meeting will be held at the Lawrenceville Police Department, located at 300 Jackson Street, Lawrenceville GA, 30046. There is limited parking in the front of the building so please have those attending park in the rear of the building. We will have Staff and Citizen Police Academy Alumni assist in getting attendees to the training room. There are two entries to the rear of the police department. One entry is off Jackson Street and the other is off Hwy 124 just south of its intersection with Jackson Street. Breakfast will be served starting at 9:00 AM. The training will start at approximately 10:00 AM. The topic of the training will be the Ghost Face Gangsters presented by Chris Tompkins from Cobb County Police Department.
Please RSVP to Executive Assistant Cindy Reynolds at firstname.lastname@example.org by August 16th so we may provide an accurate count to the catering company.
The District 10 Meeting will be held in the Prosecuting Attorneys Council 4th floor training room on August 27th at 10am.
Chief(RET) Dwayne Hobbs will be on hand to present new smart phone technology that gives 911 operators the exact location of the caller. Most 911 centers can only give the tower location and when they triangulate the call can only get a general area. This piece of technology is like Uber for 911 giving an exact location.
There will also be a discussion on the new misdemeanor charging forms.
The Gainesville Police Department is pleased to host the September GACP 9th District training. The training will be at the Fair Street Neighborhood Center on 9/18/19. The address is 715 Fair Street, Gainesville, Georgia 30501. A GPS will take you there. There is additional parking in the rear of the building. Breakfast will be served at 9:00 am with the training beginning around 9:30 am. The doors will open at 8:30 for coffee for the early arrivers.
This training will be on leveraging Social Media in today’s Law Enforcement environment. Please RSVP to email@example.com by close of business on 9/13 for the breakfast headcount.
An Overview of GACP’s Risk Reduction Certificate Program
Date: September 18, 2019
POST Credit: 1 Hour Executive Credit
Dwayne Orrick, Assistant Executive Director of Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police (GACP). Dwayne has over 39 years of law enforcement experience. Previously, he commanded the Training and Support Services Division of the Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office. Before joining Gwinnett County he served as the police chief in Roswell, Georgia and the Police Chief/Public Safety Director in Cordele for a combined 23 years. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice and Masters of Public Administration from the University of Georgia. Orrick is the author of more than 40 articles on police leadership and management as well as the book Recruitment, Retention and Turnover of Police Personnel.
What will this webinar cover?
The Risk Reduction Certificate Program is designed to assist police agencies with the efficient management of ten high-risk liability tasks. Within this webinar, Dwayne will provide an overview of this program.
- Purpose of the program
- The benefits of the program to local police agencies
- The application process
- Inspection and verification process
- Scope and elements of the program
- Renewal of certificate process
Who should attend this webinar?
- Police Chiefs and Leadership
- Risk Managers
- Human Resource Managers
- City Manager
If you are interested in attending this webinar, please click the below link and register.
The Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault (GNESA) is hosting a free three-day training aimed at enhancing the skills of community and campus police working sexual assault crimes.
Topics addressed will include:
*Legal Definitions of Sexual Assault
*Victim Response to Sexual Assault
*Victim, Perpetrator Characteristics
*Neurobiology of Trauma
*Challenges of disclosure/report
*Tips for talking with victims
*A Survivor’s story
*Sexual Assault Response Teams (SARTs)
*Title IX & Clery: Reporting Requirements for campus officers
*Response and Investigation of Sexual Assault
-Misconceptions vs Realities of Sexual Assault
*Sexual Assault Typologies
*Crime Scene Processing & Documentation
This training offers 24 non-executive POST credit hours.
Law Enforcement Liability Half Day Training provided by Local Government Risk Management Solutions, Inc:
Dangerous Crossroads Ahead: The Intersection Of The First & Fourth Amendment
Our Law Enforcement agencies are increasingly encountering citizens boldly asserting what they think are constitutional rights guaranteed by the First and Fourth Amendments. This course examines the crossroads where these two constitutional principles intersect and provides practical tips for dealing with people who may be legitimately exercising constitutional rights, and others who are actively trying to bait officers into overreaction. Topics to be explored include refusal to identify, refusal to answer questions, dealing with bystanders, profanity towards officers, filming of police activity and police facilities, related officer safety concerns, weapons pat downs, and the seizure of cameras or cell phones that have recorded police activity. Training will be provided on multiple dates in separate locations.
Training Dates and Locations:
Sept 23rd @ 8:30am – 12:30pm
UGA Tifton Campus Conference Center.
15 RDC Drive
Tifton, GA 31793
Sept. 24th @ 8:30 am-12:30 pm
Nessmith Lane Center
847 Plant Drive
Statesboro, GA 30458
Sept. 25th @ 8:30 am – 12:30 pm
Anderson Conference Center
5171 Eisenhower Parkway
Macon, GA 31206
Sept. 26th @ 8:30 am – 12:30 pm
Clarence Brown Conference Ctr.
5450 State Rt. 20
Cartersville, GA 30121
Law Enforcement Officers will receive 4 hours of GA POST credit To register online, visit: https://lgrms.123signup.com/event/calendar/21295?PG=1532306182300&P=153230600
The District 6 training will be held on Tuesday, September 24th. It will be hosted by Pembroke Public Safety Director, Bill Collins, at the Harn/Teen Center located at 91 Lanier St. Pembroke Ga. 31321. Training will start at 9:00 am until 12:00 pm and has been approved for three hours of executive training. Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP for lunch to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Bryan County SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) presentation is to educate police chiefs on the benefits of partnering with youth led organizations in their community. This partnership will change the community in regards to the perception of police, as well as other stakeholders. Prevention, cultural competency and sustainability are key elements that help engage community members in the problem solving process. Youth are resources to discovering root causes in community problems. By uniting with youth, you are creating a small “task-force” that can help build relations within the community. There are current youth groups you can partner with in your community or you can develop your own. This year BCHS SADD was one of three school chosen to present at a national level conference in D.C. They are also one of the few youth led Drug Free Coalitions (DFC) in national. By investing in youth leadership, you are investing in a better community and future. This training should provide you with ideas on how to start partnering with youth and the benefits of those relationship.
If you are a New Chief or Head of a Law Enforcement Agency, please review Code Section 35-8-20.1(a) for information on this class and your mandate regarding executive/management level training. Click here to see Code Section 35-8-20.1(a).
If you are a new chief and need to register for this class, please contact Monica Duran, Training Coordinator at email@example.com or at 770-495-9650.
**There are currently spots open for command staff members. To sign up for this class as a command staff member, the letter below must be completed by your chief and submitted to GACP.
This training is presented by the Georgia Department of Agriculture and is eligible for 6 executive POST credits.
Hosted by Pierce County Sheriff’s Department, City of Patterson Police Department and City of Blackshear Police Department.
- Identifying and addressing local animal issues.
- Bringing state and local resources together to collectively address companion animal and equine issues proactively.
- Discussions on state and local animal laws, how they are applied and who has jurisdiction.
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The Boy Scouts of America Atlanta Area Council will be hosting a training on October 10th at 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. The training will focus on creating safer communities by preventing sexual abuse as it relates to children. This seminar offers 6 hours of regular POST credits (executive credits are not available).
For more information and to register, visit https://www.atlantabsa.org/YPSEMINAR