Check out the calendar below for future dates!
District 3 will be hosting a meeting at the Columbus State University Police Headquarters on June 7th. The topic will be over Social Media.
The free training below is not approved for executive hours:
This school is being put on by Animal Law Source, a non-profit in Atlanta that conducts various seminars throughout the state, including an annual conference for attorneys at the State Bar, and is hosted by the Alpharetta Police Department.
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District 3 will be hosting a meeting at the Columbus State University Police Headquarters on June 14th. The topic will be over Department/Officer Liability.
Three Day FREE Police Training
Sexual Assault: A Community and Campus Team Approach
24 Hour Law Enforcement Training
June 17-19, 2019
Brenau University, Event Services
301 Main Street SW, Gainesville, GA 30501
*24 Non-executive POST Credit Hours Available (Must attend full 24 hour class in order to receive POST credits)
Please note that attendance is required at all three days of the training for all attendees
This training is aimed at enhancing the skills of community and campus officers 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
For more information, contact:
Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault
District 9 Meeting
More Details Soon
On June 20, 2019, Chief Kevin R. Doyle, Georgia Ports Authority Police Department, will host the next District 6 meeting. This meeting will include a 2-hour training session on the topic of Human Trafficking. The purpose of this training session is to provide agency executives important information on current statewide trends, leadership strategies and resources available to support local human trafficking investigations and prosecutions.
The meeting will begin at 8:30 AM. The training session will begin at 9:00 AM and end at 11:00 AM.
Chief Kevin R. Doyle: Welcome and opening remarks
Chief Gilbert C. Ballard: District updates
Garden City Police Department
Special Agent B. Johnston
Georgia Bureau of Investigations
To register, please contact:
Captain Eric Hampton by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at (912) 963-5576 (office) or (912) 661-9093 (cell).
The Georgia Ports Authority Police Department is located at 100 Main Street, Garden City, GA. 31408.
District 7 Meeting – Details coming soon
Please mark your calendar!
Please see the message below from GALEC:
Dear Chaplains and Chiefs,
Plans are being made for our 16th Annual G.A.L.E.C. Chaplain’s Training Conference, formally known as G.A.C.P. Chaplains Training. We will offer the basic chaplains training course for any chaplain who has not received the mandate training and will offer advanced training for those who have already taken the basic course.
I want to remind everyone that P.O.S.T. is no longer certifying chaplains. However, GALEC is certifying the training and it will be up to the chiefs to certify their own chaplains. Your officers are working diligently to provide you with the best and most up to date training possible. I look forward to meeting you personally and enjoying a time of fellowship with you over these days at our conference.
The dates for the training will be August 11–15, 2019 for the Basic Chaplains Training and August 12–15, 2019 for Advance Chaplains Training. This year’s conference location is the Georgia Baptist Conference Center in Toccoa, GA. Registration begins at 3:00 PM on the 11th or 12th respectfully.
Please review the attached registration form for the costs. The conference cost is due by August 1. A late fee of $25.00 will be imposed for registration after this date or at the door. Payment can be made by check, money order, or credit card (MC or Visa only). Requests for refunds must be in writing. A $50 penalty fee will be deducted on refunds made after the registration deadline. This fee is necessary to offset expenses associated with our contract obligations and training costs. A registration form without some form of deposit is not registered until a deposit is submitted via check, money order, or credit card.
Chiefs, please encourage your chaplains to register early. It is necessary so that food and housing arrangements can be confirmed with the conference center. If you have questions, please contact me by email at email@example.com or call us at 404.793.2781.