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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
 


The Reid Technique Investigative Interviewing 
and Advanced Interrogation Course

Description: Interview and interrogation techniques.

Date: June 30 – July 2, 2014
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Vinita Police Department
CLEET Hours: 24
CLEET Accreditation Number: 14-0498
Cost: $500.00 per person

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Julie Rock
jrock@reid.com
855-479-3959
 


ALiCE Train the Trainer

Description: The purpose of advanced ALICE training is to educate local and school-based law enforcement, as well as church, hospital, and workplace administrators and safety professionals about our researched-based, proactive response approach to teaching civilians how to react to Violent Intruder events and what options they have before law enforcement arrives.

Date: July 7 - 8, 2014
Time: 0800 to 1600 hours
Location: Northeastern State University Center
                Morgan Room
                612 N. Grand Avenue
                Tahlequah, OK 74464
CLEET Hours: 16
CLEET Accreditation Number: 12-4793
Cost: $495.00 - Housing will be available in suite style rooms with private bedrooms for 25/night.

Registration Web Site

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Captain James Bell
bell02@nsuok.edu
918-458-2111
 


Crime Scene Investigation

Description: The students will learn the necessary skills to identify, document, collect and process evidence found at crime scenes. Most instruction will be followed by hands on exercises designed to reinforce the instruction.

Date: July 07 – 10 and 14 – 17, 2014
Time: 0800 to 1800 hours
Location: Catoosa Police Department
                Hard Rock Casino
                777 W Cherokee St.
                Catoosa, OK 74015 CLEET Hours: 80
CLEET Accreditation Number: 12-3907
Cost: $395.00 per student

Course Info Flyer       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 Weatherford Police Department beginning July 7-11, 2014. 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.

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 Western Technology Center 2605 E Main St, Weatherford, OK. The registration link for this class can be found by going to www.odmhsas.org. On this page you will see a section titled “Quick Links”. Within this section you will see a link titled “Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Grant Training Registration”. Once you click on this link you will be sent to the CIT Training Registration Form. This information can also be found at the following link: www.ok.gov/triton/modules/...c864dad50ce4d7eeb

Reimbursement for attending this class is also available. Your agency will be reimbursed at $10 an hour per officer to attend the full 5 day 40 hour CIT training. Reimbursement will usually occur approximately one month after class is completed. Each officer is required to attend the full 5 day 40 hour training in order for department to get reimbursed.

After this training each officer is also required to complete and turn in data (via web, smart phone or email). We have worked very hard to make the data collection as easy as possible. A sample of the data collection survey is provided at the link described above. The data will be collected and turned in until October 2014 or unless otherwise specified.

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: July 7 - 11, 2014
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Western Technology Center
                2605 E Main St.
                Weatherford, OK
CLEET Hours: 40
CLEET Accreditation Number: 12-2316
 

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Assistant Chief Joshua S. VanDeburgh
josh.vandeburgh@weatherfordpd.org
580-772-7791
 


RAIDER Solo-Engagement Tactics Operator

This class is full.

Description: The RAIDER (Rapid Deployment, Awareness, Intervention, Decisiveness, EMS, Recovery) Solo-Engagement Tactics program is exclusively available to police and licensed armed security personnel.

RAIDER exposes first-on-scene responders to the tactical skills necessary to operate in the unique active shooter setting – a hostile environment, populated by large numbers of civilians, with an active shooter attempting to achieve the highest body count possible in the shortest amount of time. This is not a normal event, nor is the response.

There will always be a first officer on the scene. Solo engagement training is designed to provide officers with the necessary mental and physical skills to draw the attention of the active shooter away from the potential victims, confuse and frustrate the shooter, and successfully neutralize the situation.

Participants' Requirements:
• Regular Uniform worn by attendee or BDU's (you will get dirty)
• Equipment normally utilized by attendee
• Weapons:
  o Handgun
  o Carbine and/or Shotgun
• Ammo:
  o 300 rounds of handgun ammo (400 if no long-gun to be used)
  o 300 rounds of carbine ammo
• Flashlight and/or weapon lights
• Any other items attendee is equipped with to take into an Active Killer scene


Date: July 9 - 11, 2014
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Northeastern State University
                600 N Grand Ave.
                Tahlequah, OK
CLEET Hours: 24
CLEET Accreditation Number: 14-0349
Cost: FREE. On campus housing is available for $25 per night.

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Sgt Manuel Holland
hollanmj@nsuok.edu
918-458-2111

 


Investigative Strategies in Child Abduction Cases

Description: This training is designed to provide law enforcement investigators and investigative supervisors with the information necessary to properly understand, recognize, and investigate cases involving missing and abducted children.

Participants will get an overview covering scope and scale issues related to missing and abducted children as well as available resources. Participants will become familiar with how to manage a missing or abducted child case including initial response as well as an overview of interviewing and interrogation techniques. The training then delves deeper as participants explore crime scene evidence collection and processing, profiling suspects and legal issues including search warrants and interrogation related to a missing or abducted child.

There is NO FEE to attend this training; however, pre-registration is required. The deadline to register is May 13, 2014.

Date: July 8 - 11, 2014
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: University of Central Oklahoma
                W Roger Webb Forensic Science Institute
                801 E 2nd St
                Edmond, OK 73034
CLEET Hours: 32
CLEET Accreditation Number: OS-1022
Cost: Free

Course Info Flyer       Registation Instructions       Registration Web Site

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Briana Tully
briana.tully@cleet.state.ok.us
405-239-5144
 


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: July 10 - 11, 2014
Time: 0830 to 1700 hours
Location: DA Task Force Center
                204 S. Crumley Street
                Guymon, OK

CLEET Hours: 16
CLEET Accreditation Number: 12-2000
Cost: Free

Course Info Flyer       Registration Web Site

 AGENCY INFORMATION

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


Advanced Accident Investigation for the Patrol Officer

Description: 80 hour course on motor vehicle collision investigation.
Highlights:

Identify & assemble necessary investigative equipment
Identify types of vehicle damage and debris & their importance in the investigation
Identify roadway markings & the use of these items as evidence
Determine drag factors & how they relate to speed estimates
Use of algebraic and mathematical formulas to arrive at simple and complex speed estimates
Grade & super-elevation determinations & how they affect drag factors
Field sketching and measurement methods
Simple and complex speed estimates, speed estimates from Yaw marks and Radius determinations
Time and Distance
Outside exercises

Date: July 14 - 25, 2014
Time: 0830 – 1630 hours
Location: OU Health Science Police Department
                Oklahoma City, OK
CLEET Hours: 80
CLEET Accreditation Number: 12-2306
Cost: $610.00 per officer

Course Info Flyer

 AGENCY INFORMATION

E. Johnston LLC and Associates Investigations/Accident Consulting
acs7612@yahoo.com
405 401-6979
 

 


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.

You MUST enroll online to be assured of having a seat (see the links below).

Date: July 14 - 15, 2014
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Museum Complex
                2717 W. Third
                Elk City, OK
CLEET Hours: 16
CLEET Accreditation Number: 12-2000
Cost: Free

Course Info Flyer

ARIDE Registration Web Site     CLEET Enrollment Web Site

 AGENCY INFORMATION

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


Cyber Investigation 101 - Secure Techniques for Onsite Preview

Description: This 2 day course is intended for detectives and officers, as well as probation/parole staff, conducting “knock and talk” interviews or spot checks and home visits. This class utilizes a Linux-based bootable CD to preview a suspect computer system for potential evidence in a forensically sound manner. The CD is based on the Linux operating system and has the advantage of being able to “read” other computer system’s files without writing to or altering the data on those systems. Students are taught how to conduct a manual search of a computer, how to use an automated tool to search the computer and how to save evidence to a USB drive.

PREREQUISITES: Each student registering for this class will be checked to ensure they have taken the required training: Cyber-Investigation 100 - ISEE (either classroom or online) and the online training Basic Computer Skills. An email will be sent upon registration confirmation if these have not been completed directing the student to each online training.

Date: July 15 - 16, 2014
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Forensic Science Institute
                801 East 2nd Street
                Edmond, OK 73034
CLEET Hours: 16
CLEET Accreditation Number: 12-2064
Cost: There is no tuition fee for this NW3C class for anyone actively employed with a State, Local or Tribal Law Enforcement agency.

For any class with a duration of 2 days or more, NW3C will charge Federal employees $750.00 per student. Agencies will receive an invoice upon completion of the training.

Registration Web Site

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Rachael Elliott
relliott@uco.edu 
405-974-6958
 


IPICD Use of Force by the Numbers
Version 3.0 Train the Trainer

(See the updated advertisement below.
This class has been rescheduled to November 13 - 14, 
and the location has changed to the Norman Investigations Center.)

Description: Through the use of table-top exercises, lecture, and video incident analysis, attendees will learn why Amendment-based force standards are replacing continuums, matrices, etc. and why continuums and/or their force levels need to be removed from agency use of force policies. See http://ipicd.com/programs.html for more information.

Date: July 15 - 16, 2014
Time: 0830 to 1630 hours
Location: Norman Police Training Center
                3942 Jenkins Avenue
                Norman, OK
CLEET Hours: 14
CLEET Accreditation Number: 14-0454
Cost: $375.00

Registration Web Site

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Lt. Lance Arnold
lance.arnold@normanok.gov
405-292-9723 ext. 2
 


Transportation of Prisoners

Description: This course will familiarize you with transporting prisoners, both low and high risk. You will learn about security details, pre and post planning, recon of areas. Security measures on special details and the risk involved. Team building for large movements and when there is never too much security. How to work with local facilities you transport to.

Date: July 15, 2014
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Pioneer Technology Center
                2101 N. Ash
                Ponca City, OK
CLEET Hours: 8
CLEET Accreditation Number: 13-0584
Cost: Free

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Lt. Kevin Main
kmain_kcdc@yahoo.com
580-362-3393 ext. 2116
 


Vehicle Ambush

This class is full.

Description: 530 officers will be killed between 1998 and 2008. Of these, 106 were ambushed. This course will help you familiarize yourself with what to do if ambushed while on traffic stops or during a prisoner transport. This will be “Real Scenario” based training. You will be conducting traffic stops, transporting prisoners, etc. You will learn situational awareness, entrance and exit strategies, cover/concealment and evasive maneuvers. All training will be conducted in “Live Fire” situations. Eye protection must be worn.

Date: July 16, 2014
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Lake Ponca Park
                Ponca City OK
CLEET Hours: 8
CLEET Accreditation Number: 14-0584
Cost: Free

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Lt. Kevin Main
kmain_kcdc@yahoo.com
580-362-3393 ext. 2116

 


Cyber Investigation 105 - Basic Cell Phone Investigations

Description: This 2 day course is for officers, investigators, and analysts that encounter cell phone evidence, and includes the acquisition and analysis of information external to the phone. Class concepts include instruction on how to request, read, and analyze Call Detail Records obtained from cellular providers and plot cellular site locations to determine the position of a suspect during a given time frame. Also, this course provides guidance to first responders on proper procedures to seize and preserve evidence on a cell phone until that phone can be fully analyzed. The student is also shown techniques for tying all this information together for case reports and/or court room presentations. No special hardware or software is required, just a new knowledgebase to apply to cell phone cases. This course focuses heavily on analysis and, as such, a strong working knowledge of Microsoft® Office is highly recommended.

PREREQUISITES: Each student registering for this class will be checked to ensure they have taken the required training: Basic Computer Skills. An email will be sent upon registration confirmation if these have not been completed directing the student to each online training.

Date: July 17 - 18, 2014
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Forensic Science Institute
                801 East 2nd Street
                Edmond, OK 73034
CLEET Hours: 16
CLEET Accreditation Number: 12-3282
Cost: There is no tuition fee for this NW3C class for anyone actively employed with a State, Local or Tribal Law Enforcement agency.

For any class with a duration of 2 days or more, NW3C will charge Federal employees $750.00 per student. Agencies will receive an invoice upon completion of the training.

Registration Web Site

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Rachael Elliott
POrelliott@uco.edu CEMAIL
405-974-6958
 


Cybercop 215 - Macintosh® Triage and Imaging

Description: This 2 day course begins by introducing the students to various models of Apple® hardware that are most likely to be encountered during an investigation. Students will then be introduced to the Mac OS X® operating system and gain the basic skills necessary to navigate and utilize both the graphical and command line interfaces.

Focus will then shift to the identification and collection of volatile data, such as File Vault encrypted data, running applications and processes, open ports, and a current hardware/software inventory, from a running Macintosh® computer that may otherwise be lost or unavailable once power is removed.

Finally, attendees will be familiarized with the available methods for forensically imaging a Macintosh® computer while also becoming aware of the unique challenges this task may present on certain Macintosh® models.

This course is designed for students who already have a solid understanding of computer forensic principles, have prior experience preserving and collecting items of evidentiary value from an electronic crime scene, and have prior experience acquiring forensically-sound images of various types of digital media. Students will use Mac OS X and other third party tools, both free and commercial, currently in use by practitioners in the field.

PREREQUISITES: This course requires the student to have successfully completed Cybercop 101 – BDRA or the equivalent and/or have the experience drawn from the application of the techniques utilized in the Cybercop 101 - BDRA class.

Date: July 21 - 22, 2014
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Forensic Science Institute
                801 East 2nd Street
                Edmond, OK 73034
CLEET Hours: 14
CLEET Accreditation Number: 14-0382
Cost: There is no tuition fee for this NW3C class for anyone actively employed with a State, Local or Tribal Law Enforcement agency.

For any class with a duration of 2 days or more, NW3C will charge Federal employees $750.00 per student. Agencies will receive an invoice upon completion of the training.

Registration Web Site

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Rachael Elliott
relliott@uco.edu 
405-974-6958
 


Command Institute for Law Enforcement Executives

Description: The FBI-LEEDA Command Institute for Law Enforcement Executives© is a dynamic, intensive and challenging five day program specifically and uniquely designed to prepare law enforcement leaders for command level positions.

The Command Institute focus is to provide real life contemporary and futuristic strategies and techniques for those aspiring to command level assignments. Command Institute faculty includes executive level law enforcement experts with extensive leadership experience who are passionate instructors.

Command Institute students will be engaged in such topics as preparing and testing for command, leading a new command, leading change, organizational culture, surviving and succeeding as a policy executive, audits and controls, vicarious liability and establishing a leadership legacy. The Command Institute is student centered with a high degree of student involvement.

Date: July 21 - 25, 2014
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Tulsa Technology Center – Owasso Campus
                10800 North 140th East Ave
                Owasso, OK 74055
CLEET Hours: 36
CLEET Accreditation Number: 14-0230
Cost: $650.00

Course Info Flyer

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Captain Shaun Jones
sjones@cityofowasso.com
918-376-1565
 


Simunition Scenario Instructor and
Safety Certification Course

Description: This 24 hour course-of-instruction is designed to provide students substantial hands-on experience with SIMUNITION® FX® training ammunition technology, weapons, conversion kits, and the SIMUNITION® line of protective equipment. Additionally this course will provide in-depth hands-on instruction on scenario-based training program development and training methodology and will give critical practical experience to students on how to best utilize SIMUNITION® training products in a highly effective, realistic, extremely safe training program. The course covers liability issues and court cases concerning reality-based training.

Date: July 22 - 24, 2014
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Norman Police Training Center
                3942 Jenkins Avenue
                Norman, OK
CLEET Hours: 24
CLEET Accreditation Number: 14-0456
Cost: $595.00, Re-certification is $295.00

Registration Web Site

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Lt. Lance Arnold
lance.arnold@normanok.gov
405-292-9723 ext. 2
 


Cybercop 225 - Apple® iDevice Forensics

Description: This 2 day course introduces attendees to the various models of Apple iDevice hardware that are most likely to be encountered during the course of an investigation. The course includes the acquisition and analysis of data from non-iOS devices (iPod Classic®, Nano®, and Shuffle®).

Students will become familiar with methods for acquiring data from iOS devices (iPod Touch®, iPhone®, and iPad®). Students will use forensically-sound tools and techniques to analyze potential evidence from iOS devices, including information from built-in applications as well as popular third-party applications.

PREREQUISITES: This course is designed for experienced computer forensic examiners who possess a solid understanding of computer forensic principles and mobile device handling procedures. This course has a prerequisite of Cybercop 215 - MTI.

Date: July 23 - 24, 2014
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Forensic Science Institute
                801 East 2nd Street
                Edmond, OK 73034
CLEET Hours: 14
CLEET Accreditation Number: 14-0379
Cost: There is no tuition fee for this NW3C class for anyone actively employed with a State, Local or Tribal Law Enforcement agency.

For any class with a duration of 2 days or more, NW3C will charge Federal employees $750.00 per student. Agencies will receive an invoice upon completion of the training.

Registration Web Site

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Rachael Elliott
relliott@uco.edu 
405-974-6958
 


Schools and Police: 
Partnerships + Planning = Progress

Description: Three day program designed for police and education professionals to create safer schools in Oklahoma.

Date: July 23 - 25, 2014
Time: 0800 hours
Location: Owasso, OK
CLEET Hours: 19 including 2 Mental Health hours (if attending all courses)
CLEET Accreditation Numbers: 14-0629, 14-0630, 14-0631, 
                                                          14-0632, 14-0633, 14-0634, 14-0635
Cost: Free

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Gary Rudick
GRudick@dps.state.ok.us
Phone: 405-593-0833 FAX:405-425-7295
 


Oklahoma Division of the
International Association for Identification
Annual Training Conference

Description: Forensic training provided annually to all commissioned peace officers and retirees by the association. This year’s conference includes a case review of the Casey Anthony trial in Florida by Forensic Anthropologist Dr. Arpad Vass, wound recognition by Dr. Joshua Lanter from the Office of Chief Medical Examiner, Tulsa Office, Friction Ridge training by John Vanderkolk, Emotion Regulation for Law Enforcement Personnel, by Dimeta Kinard, Tulsa Police Department, Bone Recognition by Forensic Anthropologist Angela Berg, OCME, Forensic Document Examination by Gary Szabo, Tulsa Police Department Forensic Laboratory, Bomb Recognition and case review by John Frucci, OSU Forensics.

For more information, visit www.theokiai.org.

Date: August 4 – 6, 2014
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: University of Central Oklahoma Forensic Science Institute
                Edmond, OK
CLEET Hours: 24 plus 2 hours of Mental Health
CLEET Accreditation Numbers: 14-0922, 14-0923, 14-0924, 14-0925, 14-0926, 14-0927,
                14-0928, 14-0929, 14-0930, 14-0931, 14-0932, 14-0933, 14-0934, 14-0935
Cost: Registration Deadline: July 25, 2014
         Members: $50 ($75 after deadline)
         Non-Members: $75 ($100 after deadline)
         Student: $25 ($50 after deadline)
 

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Jackie Smithson
jsmithson@brokenarrowok.gov or president@theokiai.org
918-451-8391
 


GRACIE Law Enforcement Instructor

Description: This course will be taught by Royce Gracie. G.R.A.C.I.E. is the defensive tactics and weapons retention course created by the legendary Royce Gracie, 3-time Ultimate Fighting Champion. Royce earned his title by defeating his opponents using Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, proving the effectiveness of leverage and technique over strength and size. Royce has incorporated these defensive tactics into a comprehensive training course specifically designed for law enforcement. Like many skills, defensive tactics are perishable; therefore the G.R.A.C.I.E. program is the “only” defensive tactics programs that truly get officers to properly defend their weapons in any and all altercations.
The G.R.A.C.I.E. course is a week-long course designed for instructor or whole departments. The course is 6 hours per day for 5 consecutive days. At the end of the course, instructors must be able to demonstrate and teach the moves in order to receive certification. Certification is valid for one year; however re-certification can be obtained in a 2-day condensed course.

For more information and new enrollments please contact:
SSgt Troy Fullbright
Moore Police Department
troyf@cityofmoore.com
or 405-698-6060

Re-certifications contact:
Captain George Roberson
Muskogee County Sheriff’s Office
Grappling2005@yahoo.com
or 918-441-3043


Date: August 18 - 22, 2014
Time: 0800 hours
Location: Moore Police Department
                117 E. Main
                Moore, OK
CLEET Hours: 30
CLEET Accreditation Number: 14-0159
Cost: $750 new certification, $300 re-certification

 AGENCY INFORMATION

SSgt. Troy Fullbright
troyf@cityofmoore.com
405-698-6060
 


Open to LEO and Security- 
for NON- EMS- Emergency Medical Responder
(Formally Emergency First Responder)

Description: ASHI Emergency Medical Response is designed to provide non-EMS responders including government, corporate, law enforcement, and corrections personnel with a level of training comparable to a professional Emergency Medical Responder. This 16-hour course is consistent with national EMS curriculum requirements and educations standards, however, it is not the intent of the ASHI Emergency Medical Response program to cross the EMS scope of practice threshold.
Prerequisites : Current, valid professional-level BLS certification. (May be incorporated/conducted in conjunction with the Emergency Medical Response program as needed.)

Successful Completion (Certification)
Written Test Given
Skills Evaluation:
Required. Correctly demonstrate how to:
Work as the lead responder in a scenario-based team setting to adequately direct the primary assessment and care of:
a. Patient Assessment/Management – Trauma b. Patient Assessment/Management – Medical c. BVM Ventilation of an Apneic Adult Patient d. Oxygen Administration by Non-rebreather Mask e. Cardiac Arrest Management/AED
Recognized certification period: 2 years
State Licensure and Credentialing of Emergency Medical Responders:
State EMS agencies have the legal authority and responsibility to license, regulate, and determine the scope of practice of EMS providers within the state EMS system. ASHI’s Emergency Medical Response program is designed to train and certify individuals in Emergency Medical Response — not to license or credential — Emergency Medical Responders. Individuals who require or desire licensure and credentialing within the state EMS system must complete specific requirements established by the regulating authority. It is not the intent of ASHI’s Emergency Medical Response program to cross the EMS scope of practice threshold.

Date: August 21 - 22, 2014
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: 10021 S. Penn Ave.
                Oklahoma City, OK 73159
CLEET Hours: 16
CLEET Accreditation Number: 14-0989
Cost: $175.00 Lunch Included

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Tonya Sanders
tonya@protectsafetyrep.com
405-423-6984
 


Reid Technique of Interviewing and Interrogation &
Advanced Reid Technique Seminar

Description: At This Seminar You Will Learn…
  •  How to assess the credibility of statements
  •  How to structure the interview to maximize the flow of information
  •  How to use behavior provoking questions in the interview process
  •  The Reid Nine Steps of Interrogation®
  •  How to develop interrogation themes and handle denials
  •  How to overcome objections and use alternative questions

Date: August 26 - 29, 2014
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Norman Police Training Center
                3942 Jenkins Avenue
                Norman, OK
CLEET Hours: Reid Technique - 21 hours, Advanced Seminar - 7 hours
CLEET Accreditation Number: Reid Technique - 13-1183, Advanced Seminar - 13-1182
Cost: 4 day combined $550.00, 
         Reid Technique 3 day seminar$ 420.00, 
         1 Day Advanced Seminar $175.00

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Lt. Lance Arnold
lance.arnold@normanok.gov
405-292-9723 ext. 2
 


Advanced Accident Investigation for the Patrol Officer

Description: 80 hour course on motor vehicle collision investigation
Highlights:

Identify & assemble necessary investigative equipment
Identify types of vehicle damage and debris & their importance in the investigation
Identify roadway markings & the use of these items as evidence
Determine drag factors & how they relate to speed estimates
Use of algebraic and mathematical formulas to arrive at simple and complex speed estimates
Grade & super-elevation determinations & how they affect drag factors
Field sketching and measurement methods
Simple and complex speed estimates, speed estimates from Yaw marks and Radius determinations
Time and Distance
Outside exercises


Date: September 8 - 19, 2014
Time: 0830 to 1630 hours
Location: Elk City, OK
CLEET Hours: 80
CLEET Accreditation Number: 12-2306
Cost: $610.00 per officer

Course Info Flyer

 AGENCY INFORMATION

E. Johnston LLC and Associates
Investigations/Accident Consulting Services
acs7612@yahoo.com
405-401-6979
 


Basic Care Under Fire (TCCC)

Description: 16 hour course of instruction covering basic first aid, CPR, AED, and combat medical skills. In addition to the basic first aid skills, students will learn more advanced skills, such as utilizing combat tourniquets, hemostatic dressings, and occlusive dressing to meet the varied needs of combat/tactical medicine. Students will also learn tactics utilized by battlefield medics to stay safe in a high-threat environment, while still providing high quality medical care. The course cumulates in an end of course exercise covering the skills the students acquired during the course. All students will be issued an enhanced Infantry First Aid Kit (eIFAK) for enrolling in the course. The eIFAK contains over 20 different items and comes in a MOLLE pouch.

Date: September 13 - 14, 2014
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Midwest City Community Center
                200 N. Midwest Blvd
                Midwest City OK 73110
CLEET Hours: 16
CLEET Accreditation Number: 14-0872
Cost: $250.00

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Jermaine Down, NRAEMT, EMT-T or
Megan Pfeiffer, NRP, EMT-T
citizenreadiness@gmail.com
405-777-0957
 


Crime Scene Investigation

Description: The students will learn the necessary skills to identify, document, collect and process evidence found at crime scenes. Most instruction will be followed by hands on exercises designed to reinforce the instruction.

Enrollment deadline is September 12, 2014

Date: September 15 – 18 and 22 – 25, 2014
Time: 0800 to 1800 hours
Location: Norman Police Department
                3942 Jenkins Ave.
                Norman, OK 73068
CLEET Hours: 80
CLEET Accreditation Number: 12-3907
Cost: $395.00 per student

Course Info Flyer       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 Midwest City Police Department beginning Sept. 15 - 19, 2014. 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.

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 Gordon Cooper Technology Center, One John C. Bruton Blvd. Shawnee OK. The registration link for this class can be found by going to www.odmhsas.org. On this page you will see a section titled “Quick Links”. Within this section you will see a link titled “Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Grant Training Registration”. Once you click on this link you will be sent to the CIT Training Registration Form. This information can also be found at the following link:
www.ok.gov/triton/modules/...c864dad50ce4d7eeb

Reimbursement for attending this class is also available. Your agency will be reimbursed at $10 an hour per officer to attend the full 5 day 40 hour CIT training. Reimbursement will usually occur approximately one month after class is completed. Each officer is required to attend the full 5 day 40 hour training in order for department to get reimbursed.

After this training each officer is also required to complete and turn in data (via web, smart phone or email). We have worked very hard to make the data collection as easy as possible. A sample of the data collection survey is provided at the link described above. The data will be collected and turned in until October 2014 or unless otherwise specified.

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: September 15 - 19, 2014
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Gordon Cooper Technology Center
                One John C. Bruton Blvd.
                Shawnee Ok
CLEET Hours: 40
CLEET Accreditation Number: 12-2316
 

Course Info Flyer       Registration Form

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Major Robert Cornelison, Midwest City Police Dept.
rcornelison@midwestcityok.org
405-739-1335
 


The Reid Technique of Investigative Interviewing 
and Advanced Interrogation

Description: Provide the fundamentals necessary to conduct a proper interview and interrogation to provide a structured frame of reference for those interviewers who have some experience but also may not have had any formal training in the area. Improve the efficiency of all participants in obtaining the truth from suspects, witnesses and victims in a legally acceptable manner.

Date: September 16 – 19, 2014
Time: 0800 to 1500 hours
Location: Northwest Technology Center
                1801 S 111th Street
                Alva OK
CLEET Hours: 24
CLEET Accreditation Number: 14-0498
Cost: $550.00

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Debbie Plese, John E Reid & Associates, Inc.
dplese@reid.com
888-255-1635
 


Financial Planning for Today/Retirement Readiness

Description: This informative class is specially designed to instruct law enforcement officers how to take control of their financial situation while at the same time planning for future financial readiness. Prospective students ranging from entry level to near retirement age are encouraged to attend to learn skills that will make their law enforcement careers even more rewarding. Class authors/instructors are Retired Oklahoma Highway Patrolman Jim Stafford and Midwest City Retired Assistant Police Chief Dee Collins.

Date: September 18, 2014
Time: 0900 to 1700 hours
Location: Osage County Sheriff’s Office Training Center
                900 Saint Paul
                Pawhuska, OK 74056
CLEET Hours: 8
CLEET Accreditation Number: 12-3319
Cost: Free

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Ronnie Stevens
rstevens@ocso.net
918-287-3535
 


Officer Down / Mass Casualty Triage

Description: Provides the latest medical training used by the Military and Law Enforcement to treat major bleeding, trauma, and shock in a hostile environment. Attendees will learn many different methods of gaining control of a traumatic injury, how to properly evacuate the casualty to a safe location for further treatment or to identify other life threatening emergencies. This course will finalize the process by training to start the vital triaging process in the event of mass casualties.

Date: October 31, 2014
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Mid America Christian University
                3500 SW 119th St
                OKC, OK 73170
CLEET Hours: 8
CLEET Accreditation Number: 14-0963
Cost: Cost for this course is $150.00 / $199.00 w/ ODEC patrol kit per student
                ***Please specify if ordering ODEC kit when registering***

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Joe Deedon
joedeedon@taconeconsulting.com
www.taconeconsulting.com

Phone: 720-425-5687
FAX: 720-367-5483
 


Executive Leadership

Description: This innovative three and one half day program is designed for senior law enforcement executives focusing on the emerging challenges facing our profession. This highly interactive program follows the FBI-LEEDA "Cops Talking to Cops" model of professional development. The seminar uses a wide range of source material and calls upon the participant's professional experience to facilitate individual development and enrich the learning environment. The course first looks inward to identify the forces of change and emerging trends within the law enforcement community, such as the challenges of merging the perspectives of Traditionalist, Baby Boom, Generation X and Millennial employees and presents leadership strategies to manage and adapt to the future conditions. The program also looks into the future to forecast several emerging global "Megatrends" that are expected to shape conditions for the next few decades; discuss how those trends will affect the global law enforcement community and how police executives can influence and shape future conditions.

Date: November 4 - 7, 2014
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Tulsa Technology Center – Owasso Campus
                10800 North 140th East Ave
                Owasso, OK 74055
CLEET Hours: 28
CLEET Accreditation Number: 14-0229
Cost: $550.00

Course Info Flyer

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Captain Shaun Jones
sjones@cityofowasso.com
918-376-1565
 


IPICD Use of Force by the Numbers
Version 3.0 Train the Trainer

(This class was originally scheduled for July 15 - 16
at the
Norman Police Training Center.)

Description: Through the use of table-top exercises, lecture, and video incident analysis, attendees will learn why Amendment-based force standards are replacing continuums, matrices, etc. and why continuums and/or their force levels need to be removed from agency use of force policies. See http://ipicd.com/programs.html for more information.

Date: November 13 - 14, 2014
Time: 0830 to 1630 hours
Location: Norman Investigations Center
                1507 W. Lindsey Street
                Norman, OK
CLEET Hours: 14
CLEET Accreditation Number: 14-0454
Cost: $375.00

Registration Web Site

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Lt. Lance Arnold
lance.arnold@normanok.gov
405-292-9723 ext. 2