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CONTINUING EDUCATION - CLASSROOM TRAINING


The following Continuing Education courses will be offered at the specified locations. Classes are accredited by CLEET for continuing education credit purposes only.  The curriculum of the class is the responsibility of the presenter, and is not generally subject to review or approval by CLEET, unless the class is presented by CLEET employees.   

Any questions about the class should be directed to the presenter.  

CLEET Rule 390:25-1-8 provides:  "Regarding any law enforcement concepts, practices, methods, techniques, products, or devices as might be taught, promoted, or otherwise espoused in outside schools or seminars, there is no intent, expressed or implied, that 'accreditation' indicates or in any way conveys 'CLEET approval' of such concepts, practices,
methods, techniques, products, or devices, unless such approval is explicitly stated by CLEET." 

To request to have your agency's CLEET accredited Continuing Education Classes posted on this page, fill out the Posting Request Form and e-mail it to the address in the form. 

Only CLEET accredited courses are eligible for
posting on this page.

Course Listings
 


Crime Scene Investigator Certificate
Program (CSI I, CSI II, CSI III)

Description: CSI Level I is the first of a three series blended course being offered by Northeastern State University (NSU) and taught by OSBI Agents and Crime Scene Investigators from Broken Arrow PD, to currently certified law enforcement personnel. CSI I will consist of the equivalent of two eight hour days of online learning and a third 8 hour day in the classroom for hands on and proficiency testing. After the completion of CSI I, the students will have the opportunity to take CSI II, offered in a similar format. CSI III is a four day in person course, on the NSU Broken Arrow campus. Students are not required to attend all three course blocks, but attendance and proficiency in all three will be required to obtain a Crime Scene Investigator Certificate. By offering this format, NSU and the OSBI are offering a blended learning platform not currently available to Oklahoma Law Enforcement Officers. This provides greater opportunity for law enforcement agencies that are not staffed or funded at levels that allow all on campus training. The courses will be uploaded and offered through the NSU Blackboard System that can be accessed from any location that has internet, using NSU log-on credentials provided to enrolled students.
 

Description: CSI I Topics:
       Overview and Theory of CSI
       Crime Scene Management
       Legal Considerations of CSI
       Crime Scene Search Patterns
       Collection and Packaging of Evidence- DICED
       Crime Scene Sketching
       Crime Scene Photography

Date: September 1 – 3, 2015
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours when meeting in classroom
CLEET Hours: 24
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-0927
Cost: $250.00

Description: CSI II Topics:
       Bloodstain Pattern Analysis
       Biological Fluids at a Crime Scene
       Impression Marks at Crime Scenes
       Lab Considerations
       Identification and Location of Latent Prints and how best to process
       Chemical Processing of Latent Prints
       Gunshot Residue Lecture

Date: October 6 – 8, 2015
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours when meeting in classroom
CLEET Hours: 24
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-1570
Cost: $250.00

Description: CSI II Topics:
       Processing Mock Crime Scene
       Completing Crime Scene Report and Diagram
       Moot Court

Date: November 3 – 6, 2015
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours, all 4 days in classroom
CLEET Hours: 32
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-1571
Cost: $250.00

Location: Combination of On-Line and in classroom instruction at
                Northeastern State University - Broken Arrow
                3100 E. New Orleans
                Broken Arrow, OK 74012

Course Info Web Site 

To register: Call 918-444-4610
or send email to ce@nsuok.edu.

 AGENCY INFORMATION

         Brad Green, OSBI            /       Jackie Smithson, Broken Arrow PD
brad.green@osbi.ok.gov         /           jsmithson@brokenarrowok.gov
918-822-7961              /                918-451-8391 x1     
 


Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement (ARIDE)

Description: To attend the ARIDE course, you must be SFST certified. The SFST program trains officers to identify and assess drivers suspected of being under the influence of alcohol while the DEC Program provides more advanced training to evaluate suspected drug impairment. ARIDE is intended to bridge the gap between these two programs by providing officers with general knowledge related to drug impairment and by promoting the use of DRE’s in states that have the DEC Program. ARIDE also stresses the importance of securing the most appropriate biological sample in order to identify substances likely causing impairment.

Date: September 3 - 4, 2015
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Tulsa PD Training Center
                6066 E. 66th St
                Tulsa, OK
CLEET Hours: 16
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-0036
Cost: Free

Course Info Flyer       Registration Web Site

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Vonnie Houser
vonnie.houser@cleet.state.ok.us
405-239-5173
 


School Security Seminar

Description: One day seminar focused on defining the respective roles of law enforcement and education professionals in improving the school security climate. Session includes latest techniques on improving communication with students for law enforcement as they work within an education setting. Legal updates included on school related security issues.

Date: September 9, 2015
Time: 0830 to 1630 hours
Location: OSU Center for Health Sciences
                1111 West 17th Street
                Tulsa, Oklahoma 74107
CLEET Hours: 8 hours with 2 hours of Mental Health (Broken into three (3) categories)
CLEET Accreditation Number: Tactical Communication (3 hours, 1 MH, 14-0629),
                                            Who is in Charge? (1 hour, 14-0632)
                                            What is the Law? (4 hours, 1 MH, 14-0630)
Cost: Free

Registration Web Site

This event is coordinated from the training site 
by Security Manager Dale Chapman
at 918-346-1883

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Jennifer Newell        /         Gary Rudick   
jnewell@dps.state.ok.us   or   grudick@dps.state.ok.us
          405-425-7296         /        405-405-7299             
 


From Buddy To Boss

Description: From Buddy to Boss is to improve your job performance, to master your leadership as well as your management skills and successfully make the transition to boss….a must-have leadership/management experience. Chase Sargent focuses on leadership using mostly fire based examples. "When a worker becomes a boss, they sign up for a whole new career. The new boss must go from just having to manage what they do, to being responsible for both the performance and the welfare of the workers assigned to them. Now they must somehow deal with whatever part of the human condition that the workers show up with. Chase Sargent has produced an excellent instruction manual to help make that transition…. I wish Chase's book had been available in 1964 when I went from buddy to boss—it would have saved me a lot of road rash."  —Alan Brunacini, Chief (Ret.) Phoenix Fire Dept.

Date: September 28 – 30, 2015
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: CSC Lemley Memorial Campus
                3420 South Memorial Drive
                Tulsa, OK 74120
CLEET Hours: 24
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-2099
Cost: $195.00 - POs, credit cards, checks are processed through Tech Resq.

Course Info Flyer       Registration Form

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Teresa Ellis
teresaellis@techresq.com
Office: 918-865-4666, Cell: 918-740-5277
 


Explosive Recognition

Description: This class is designed to assist local law enforcement, EMS, fire protective services on how to identify various explosive compounds and mixtures. HME (HOME MADE EXPLOSIVES, such as TATP, HMTD will also be instructed so attendees can easily identify their components). Students will be instructed on positive and negative shock waves, primary and secondary fragmentation, thermal event of the explosion. Various types of explosive compound and mixtures will be discussed in length on how they are designed and function. At the end of the class, students will attend a live explosive range in which explosive material discussed in class will be initiated. All students attending the range demonstration are expected to have their own hearing and eye protection, and requested to wear during the exercise. Though this may sound vary in-depth, this is a beginners class.

Date: September 29, 2015
Time: 0830 to 1730 hours
Location: Kiamichi Technology Center
                Durant OK
CLEET Hours: 8
CLEET Accreditation Number: 14-0844
Cost: Free

 AGENCY INFORMATION

TRP Robert Daws
rdaws@dps.state.ok.us
580-916-0023
 


Shooting Incident Reconstruction

Description: The documentation of a shooting incident may allow for additional investigative information to be identified, such as the parameter of where the shooter and/or victim were at the time of the shooting. Students will use the techniques taught in the shooting incident documentation course to perform various exercises to collect the necessary documentation of the shooting incident, then will take this data and examine the data in an effort to reconstruct the incident. This information, if properly documented may be used at a later date as part of a shooting incident documentation / reconstruction or complete crime scene reconstruction. A shooter may indicate they were in a particular location when they fired a shot or shots. Their information by initially indicate a self-defense or accidental situation. Simple examination of the bullet defects may seem consistent with such information; however the shooting incident reconstruction may prove differently. The students will learn the documentation required of each bullet defect within a shooting scene. The students will also be provided the scientific and mathematical tools necessary provide an analysis of the shooting incident.

Date: October 05 – 09, 2015
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Muskogee Police Department
                Muskogee Civic Center
                425 Boston St.
                Muskogee, OK 74401
CLEET Hours: 40
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-1172
Cost: $425.00 per student

Course Info Flyer and Registration Form

 AGENCY INFORMATION
 

Everett Baxter Jr.
EverettBaxterJrForensics@gmail.com
405-255-8211
 


Incident Response To Terrorist Bombing

Description: This is an AWARENESS-LEVEL course designed to supply participants with basic information concerning explosive and incendiary devices that could be used as terrorist weapons. The course is comprised of classroom presentations designed to familiarize participants with commercial and military explosives, improvised explosive devices, and appropriate response procedures. Please contact the instructor via information below prior to September 30th for registration.

Date: November 13, 2015
Time: 0800 to 1200 hours
Location: Cleveland County Commissioner’s Meeting Room (2nd Floor)
                201 S. Jones
                Norman OK 73069
CLEET Hours: 4
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-3576
Cost: Free

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Deputy Matt Sandburg
msandburg@ccso-ok.us OR mattsandburg@yahoo.com
405-760-5391
 


Sayoc Tactical Group Integrated Combatives

Description: Sayoc Tactical is leading the industry in modern, cutting-edge combatives, firearms and edged-weapon training. STG has developed a number Transitional Combatives Curricula focusing on transitioning skill-sets and the ability to effortlessly transition from one weapon system to another. Seamlessly integrating multiple training disciplines and methodologies are key to being a high-level weapons practitioner and feeding the fight. STG spearheads this effort to produce the most well-rounded, capable and effective weapons practitioners that the world has ever seen.

Sayoc Tactical Group trains military operators and Law Enforcement professionals in the fundamentals of edged-weapons and counter edged-weapon tactics. This training is modular and can be seamlessly integrated with and agency’s existing CQC and firearms training. It provides a blueprint for operators to make optimum decisions quickly, at the point of contact.

Sayoc Tactical Groups Integrated Combatives Course is designed to give the patrol officer the necessary skills for today’s demanding tasks. This course will start with basic hand-to-hand combatives progressing into edge-weapons then transitioning into firearms. The student will learn team tactics for controlling combative subjects and removing them from buildings and vehicles. Vehicle tactics will include combatives, both inside and outside of the vehicle, as well as vehicle extrication. Building tactics will include entries, clearing and extrication. This course will be a hands on course with a lot of practical exercises. The student will receive 24 CEU’s for completing the course.

LIMITED CLASS SIZE – ENROLL ASAP!

Date: December 2 - 4, 2015
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: CLEET
                2401 Egypt Rd.
                Ada, OK 74820
CLEET Hours: 24
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-2846
Cost: $400.00

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Brian Gooch
Asstpolicechief@cityofdrumright.com
918-352-2151
 


Oklahoma Drug Endangered Children
Investigator Course

Description: This 4 day course is for law enforcement; child protection services workers, CASA workers, prosecutors, judges and the medical field. Participants will learn to identify Drug Endangered Children, how to process the crime scene, write affidavits, search warrants, and the appropriate charges to file. Participants will also learn why the collaboration between these disciplines is important and necessary for the health and safety of our children. This course is limited to 50 participants.

Date: December 7 - 10, 2015
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: OBN Headquarters
                419 NE 38th Terrace
                Oklahoma City, OK, 73105
CLEET Hours: 32 with 3 hours of mental health for law enforcement and CEU’s for other disciplines.
             Each participant must attend all training days to complete the course
CLEET Accreditation Number: 13-0421
Cost: Free

To register visit www.okdec.org
Go to calendar of events, scroll to December,
click on the 7th and it will open to allow registration.

If you have problems call Dub Turner
or Brittani Lindsey at 405-521-2885 or 1-800-522-8031.

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Dub Turner
dturner@obn.state.ok.us
405-521-2885
 


Bloodstain Pattern Analysis I

Description: This course offers the students an introduction of the history of Bloodstain Pattern Analysis. Students will also receive information and discussions on the science and physics associated with bloodstain pattern analysis. Bloodstain Pattern Analysis is the scientific study of the physical properties of blood in motion and the static aftermath resulting from dynamic events(s); it follows the same scientific principles and laws of physics associated with other liquids. Because of this fact, the concepts of bloodstain pattern analysis are reproducible in a laboratory and/or experimental setting. Bloodstain Pattern Analysis has been accepted as a scientific discipline. Discussion on bloodstain terminology and bloodstain descriptions will be provided. The attendees will receive a review of geometry and trigonometry as it relates to Bloodstain Pattern Analysis. Area of convergence, area of origin, bloodstain sequencing, bloodstain movement, computer uses in Bloodstain Pattern Analysis, court preparations, presumptive tests and chemical enhancements and bio-hazards associated with bloodstains will also be presented. Many of the Bloodstain Pattern Analysis concepts and events will be demonstrated through various experiments the students will perform during the course. Some of the exercises will reinforce the mathematical principals discussed while others will utilize hands on experiments using human blood. The experiments utilizing the blood will provide the attendees with opportunity to view the formation of the bloodstains under different circumstances and events. The experiments will also provide the attendees with some insight on how to setup and conduct an experiment when the analyst is presented with unique bloodstain pattern. The attendees will develop the knowledge to recognize and document the various bloodstains encountered at crime scenes. The attendees will be introduced to and will utilize a Bloodstain Pattern Analysis Worksheet to document various bloodstain experiments. The attendees will be presented with a final mock bloody scene where they will put the training from the previous four days into action.

Date: December 7 – 11, 2015
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Mid-America Christian University
                3500 SW 119th St.
                Oklahoma City, OK 73170
CLEET Hours: 40
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-1171
Cost: $375.00

Course Info Flyer and Registration Form

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Everett Baxter Jr.
EverettBaxterJrForensics@gmail.com
405-255-8211
 


Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) – “Memphis Model”

Description: The Oklahoma State Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services in partnership with the Oklahoma City Police Department and various other OKC metro law enforcement agencies will be presenting CIT (Crisis Intervention Team) training hosted by the Perkins Police Department beginning Dec 14-18, 2015. The CIT is a program is a 40 hour advanced class designed to improve the way law enforcement and the community respond to people experiencing mental health crisis. It is being sponsored by the Moore Police Department.

This 40-hour training course carries a mental health continuing education credit with the Oklahoma Council on Law Enforcement and Training (CLEET). The event will be held at the Moore Police Department, 117 E Main, Moore, OK. The registration link for this class may be found by visiting www.odmhsas.org. On this page you will see a section titled “Quick Links”. Once you click on this link you will be sent to the CIT Grant Training Registration. This information may also be found at the following link: https://www.ok.gov/triton/modules...50ce4d7eeb.

If you have any specific questions related to the data collection please contact 
Lorrie Byrum by email at lbyrum@odmhsas.org or by phone at 405-522-6172. If you have any questions related to participant enrollment or course content please contact Tania Rubio-Rosas by email at TRubiorosas@odmhsas.org or by phone at 405-522-6856.

Date: December 14 - 18, 2015
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Moore Police Department
                117 E. Main
                Moore, OK 73160
CLEET Hours: 40
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-0035
Cost: Not Provided

Course Info and Registration

 AGENCY INFORMATION

SSgt. Troy Fullbright, Training Division
troyf@cityofmoore.com
405-793-4430
 


Certified Crime Scene Investigator Test Prep Course

Description: The course is a 2-day (16 hour) prep course for the International Association for Identification (IAI) certification for Certified Crime Scene Investigator (CCSI). The 3rd day, the CCSI exam will be proctored by an IAI representative.

Date: February 17 - 19, 2016
Time: 0830 to 1700 hours
Location: OSBI Headquarters
                6600 N Harvey Place
                OKC, OK 73116
CLEET Hours: 16
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-3321
Cost: $300 per student

Course Info Flyer

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Amy Morgan, OSBI Training Officer
amy.morgan@osbi.ok.gov
405-879-2659