The October District Nine meeting will be held in Hartwell on Wednesday, October 16, 2019 and hosted by Chief Anthony Davis. The meeting will be held at the First United Methodist Church located at 200 E. Howell Street, Hartwell, GA. Breakfast will be served at 9:00 am and the training will begin at 10:00 am.
Training will be conducted by BJay Pak, United States Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia, and Didi Nelson. There will also be a brief presentation from Georgia State Patrol Lt. Colonel Tommy Waldrop, Captain Al Whitworth, and Lieutenant Maurice Raines regarding recent organizational restructuring. Allen Poole, Director of The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, will also be in attendance.
There is no need to RSVP. Chief Davis said he will have plenty of food for everyone.
The next scheduled District 7 meeting will be hosted by the Sardis Police Department on October 17, 2019. The meeting will be held at the Ole Southern Cafe (690 Charles Perry Ave, Sardis 30456) located in Sardis Georgia.
These meetings are open to all certified law enforcement personnel. Those who attend that are not executives will receive two (2) training hours. All executives in attendance will receive two (2) executive credit hours.
400 Years-The Journey Event
Four workshops are available as part of the 400 Years-The Journey Event.
Location: Callaway Conference Center on the West GA Tech campus in LaGrange, GA
Date: October 19, 2019
Time: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Improving Law Enforcement Relationships with Diverse Communities
This workshop consists of a panel of three programs that have guided the Lagrange Police Dept. in improving relationships with diverse communities and the community at large; Community Outreach; Constitutional Policing; and Racial Intelligence Training
Presented by Dr. Kelly Veal and Zsa Zsa Heard, Licensed Counselor and CEO of the Lagrange Housing Authority – a discussion of how the trauma of the African American experience has been systematically and biologically transferred from generation to generation. This workshop can be particularly important for those in working in the judicial system and in public education.
A three part panel discussion (“The Pilgrimage”, The Apology”; and “The Marker/Calling the Names”) of events preceding, surrounding, and following Lagrange Police Chief Lou Dekmar’s historic 2017 apology for the lynching of Austin Callaway in 1940.
Tracing Our Heritage: What Happens When Descendants of Enslaved and Enslaver Meet?
Discussion centers around a Harris County family’s roots, interconnected histories through enslavement times, and their newly discovered relationships to one another. Included will be a representative from the Atlanta Chapter of “Coming to the Table.”
All workshops are free, starting at 10:00 and run for approximately 2 hours. Two hours of Executive Credits are available. Please note: you can only attend one seminar as they run simultaneously.
Pre-registration is strongly recommended, on-line at:
www.400yearslg.cbo.io or via the mail-in form attached.
Doors open at 9:00 a.m.
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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.
For More Information: Sexual Assault Training
The Georgia Ports Authority Police Department will host training titled, Open Records for Law Enforcement Executives. This training will be delivered by the Office of the Attorney General. Our guest instructor is Mrs. Jennifer Colangelo.
Mrs. Colangelo has been an Assistant Attorney General since 2012. She works in the Employment, Education and Government Services section, handling matters for clients such as the Georgia Department of Education, the State Charter School Commission, and the Professional Standards Commission. She also works on the Attorney General’s Open Government Mediation Program, helping citizens resolve problems with the Open Meetings and Open Records Acts. Before joining the Law Department, she was an Assistant Public Defender in the Enotah Judicial Circuit for several years. Ms. Colangelo attended Rutgers University Law School in New Jersey before moving to Georgia.
This training is approved for 3 POST Executive training credit.
Please register by email request to Captain Eric Hampton at email@example.com
On October 19th, the Georgia World Congress Center will be hosting training featuring an overview of gang culture in facilities and what is being sent from the inside out to communities.
Command level members of the Department of Corrections, Department of Community Supervision, and the Department of Juvenile Justice will educate attendees on specific gang trends in the following locations:
- Western Region. GGIA Western Region VP Ryan Foles Coweta DAs Office
- Metro Region, GGIA Metro Region VP Mark Belknap United States Marshal Service
- East Metro Gangs Lt. Lucas Conyers PD , ADA Oversreet Rockdale Circuit East Metro Gang Wars
- Southern Crescent, Sgt. David Tealer City of South Fulton Gang Task Force Supervisor
Attorney General Chris Carr and US Attorney BJ Pak as well as the Governor have been invited to say a few words.
2 Hours of Executive POST Credit will be available.
The Prosecuting Attorneys’ Council of Georgia, along with the Georgia Gang Investigators Association and the Georgia Public Safety Training Center, invites prosecutors, law enforcement, and government agencies to attend the The Realities of Organized Crime Symposium course at the Georgia Public Safety Training Center in Forsyth, Georgia.
The Realities of Organized Crime Symposium is a one-day organized crime training course that will include multiple interactive Q&A sessions with gang resource prosecutors and GGIA staff. Sessions topics will include Federal Resources and Fighting Gangs as a Team.
There is no fee to attend this course. Space is limited so please sign up quickly if you are interested in attending. There will be 4.5 CLE hours and 5 POST executive credit available.
District 9 Meeting – Details Coming Soon
Please mark your calendar!
GACP is hosting an 8-hour executive level Chief Peer Support Workshop at the GA Public Safety Training Center on November 26, 2019. This training will give an overview of peer support for chiefs and command staff at agencies throughout the state, especially smaller agencies with limited resources.
This training is in support of the initiatives set forth by previous GACP president, Chief Joe Wirthman, and current GACP president, Chief Wesley Walker, to create a chief and command staff response group to assist agencies during difficult emergency situations and critical incidents. Please note, this group is not intended to compete with the peer support group that was organized by the State of Georgia.
*This training is for chiefs and command staff who want to be a team member and will commit to participation in the group. It is not a standard general-information executive training.
Date: November 26, 2019
Location: The Pavilion – GPSTC, 1000 Indian Springs Drive, Forsyth, GA 31029
Instructors: Executive Director Andy Carrier and Assistant Executive Director Wes Horne, GA Office of Public Safety Support
POST Hours Available: 8 hours executive credits
**Only 45 seats available. *
Please see the attached flyer for information regarding the 11th Annual Law Enforcement and Private Sector Business Continuity Summit hosted by GILEE on December 6, 2019.
*Some or all of the hours offered will be considered executive credits – Any update on hours will be included as soon as possible.