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Continuing Education - Online

The following Continuing Education courses will be offered online. 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

 


Drugs, Brain, and Behavior:
What Cops Need to Know About Drug Users to Stay Alive

Description: One of the more unpredictable encounters law enforcement officers face in our society is when they deal with drug-injured or drug-intoxicated people.  These encounters are at a minimum a challenge for communication, but can also turn deadly in a flash.  Knowing what drugs do to the brain, especially how they enhance the probability for violence and irrational behavior, is critical for officer survival.  This course will address that need, first by showing exactly how drugs affect the brain, then showing how this creates a different kind of behavior in which verbal communication is less effective and a propensity toward violence is increased.  Finally, guidelines for safely approaching, interviewing, and arresting drug abusers will be covered.  The instructor is a retired Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics Chief Agent who has 27 years of experience in this field and is also a professor in psychiatry at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine.

Date: Online 24/7 access
Time: Online 24/7 access
Location: www.academyhour.com
CLEET Hours: 4 mandatory training / 2 mental health
CLEET Accreditation Number: 17-1685
Cost: $35

AGENCY INFORMATION

Amy Morgan, Academy Hour
amorgan@academyhour.com
405-326-4116
    
 


                                                                        Identity Theft

Description: The purpose of this online course is to provide general information about identity theft, including the most common methods of identity theft, ways of protecting yourself against identity theft, ways of recovering from an identity theft, and legal information about the crime of identity theft.

Date: Available online
Time: Start anytime
Location: Click to open ORCPI.ORG/Identity Theft
CLEET Hours: 8 - Must successfully complete the end of course test to receive credit.
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-3157
Cost: $25.00 per test

AGENCY INFORMATION

Linda A. Terrell
linda@orcpi.org
405-416-5448

 


Leadership Through the Self-Fulfilling Prophecy

Description: The theory behind the self-fulfilling prophecy is that someone's actions can be guided by an expectation or belief placed on them which causes them to start acting/behaving in a way that matches the expectation. This course will teach attendees how the self-fulfilling prophecy works, and how a leader or manager can apply it to their employees or team members in a positive way.

Date: Online 24/7 access
Time: Online 24/7 access
Location: www.academyhour.com
CLEET Hours: 2 mandatory training / 2 mental health
CLEET Accreditation Number: 17-1687
Cost: $35

AGENCY INFORMATION

Amy Morgan, Academy Hour
amorgan@academyhour.com
405-326-4116
 


Mass Casualty Incident Responder Resilience: Post-Action Strategic Debriefing

Description: This course discusses Mass Casualty Incidents and the need for overall health for resilience and recovery for those who respond to these incidents. Combining basics from industry post-action techniques and therapy techniques, this course also teaches the PASD© method for developing individual and team strength so as to be better prepared for action, debrief following action, and work toward healthy recovery and team cohesiveness.

Date: Online 24/7 access
Time: Online 24/7 access
Location: www.academyhour.com
CLEET Hours: 2 mandatory training / 2 mental health
CLEET Accreditation Number: 16-3036
Cost: $35

AGENCY INFORMATION

Amy Morgan, Academy Hour
amorgan@academyhour.com
405-326-4116
 


Muslim World

Description: The purpose of this online course is to familiarize the participant with Muslim history and religion, the world-wide distribution of the Muslim faith, and to give an overview of some of the radical groups within the Muslim faith and their activities. The course includes maps and readings on Muslim history and radical groups.

Date: Available Online
Time: Start Anytime
Location: Click to open ORCPI.ORG/Muslim World
CLEET Hours: 8 - Must successfully complete the end of course test to receive credit.
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-3156
Cost: $25.00 per test

AGENCY INFORMATION

Linda A. Terrell
linda@orcpi.org
405-416-5448



Staying Strong in a Challenging Environment (Preventing Stress & Burnout)

Description: This mental health course covers the prevention, symptoms and treatment of anxiety, stress and burnout. 

Topics included:

• What is strength?
• General well-being self-assessment
• Types of health and the meaning of health
• Holistic approach: focusing on mental, emotional, physical
• Common work, environment and life challenges
• Ethics & Cognitive Dissonance
• Anxiety / Stress / Burnout
• Life stressors and how even positive stress can hurt your health
• Prevention and treatment of health problems: Staying strong
• Thinking your way to health

Date: Online 24/7 access
Time: Online 24/7 access
Location: www.academyhour.com
CLEET Hours: 2 mandatory training / 2 mental health
CLEET Accreditation Number: 16-1619
Cost: $35

AGENCY INFORMATION

Amy Morgan, Academy Hour
amorgan@academyhour.com
405-326-4116
 


Suicide Prevention, Intervention & Postvention

Description: This online video-based course teaches techniques you can use to save the life of a person who is temporarily experiencing thoughts of suicide. Learning preventative tips - what to watch for when someone may be struggling with life, and learn intervention tips - what to do when you know someone is thinking about suicide.  Postvention is primarily for those left behind after someone has died by suicide; these techniques are especially helpful for scene responders, as a way to help the family & friends on scene.

Date: Online 24/7 access
Time: Online 24/7 access
Location: www.academyhour.com
CLEET Hours: 2 mandatory training / 2 mental health
CLEET Accreditation Number: 16-3035
Cost: $35

AGENCY INFORMATION

Amy Morgan, Academy Hour
amorgan@academyhour.com
405-326-4116
 


Trauma-Informed Policing with Tribal Youth

Description: An interactive role-play simulation that quickly teaches about how historical and intergenerational trauma can negatively affect police/youth interactions and helps the user build skills for leading more effective interactions with tribal youth.

To take the training, go to: www.kognitocampus.com/login
• Create an account
• Use enrollment key: tribalyth
• Take training - Including pre/post surveys - about 30 minutes

Date: Available online
Time: Self-pace online, start anytime
Location: N/A
CLEET Hours: 1
CLEET Accreditation Number: 16-2769
Cost: No cost to user - course is sponsored by the OJJDP Tribal Youth Training and Technical Assistance Center

AGENCY INFORMATION

Sutton King
sutton@kognito.com
212-675-9234
 


 


 

LSU E-Learning

CLEET has formed a partnership with the NCBRT, Louisiana State University and The Department of Homeland Security, to bring eLearning to peace officers in Oklahoma.  The courses provided are recognized by CLEET as continuing education and may be used a part of the mandated yearly training requirement to maintain peace officer certification.    

1. Please follow the link to the registration page located here: https://elearnreg.ncbrt.lsu.edu/.  

2. After filling out the registration form and clicking submit, your registration will be reviewed and approved by an eLearning staff member. After being approved you should receive an email within 24 hours containing your login information.

3. To login to your account go to the following link:
http://newelearn.ncbrt.lsu.edu  and enter your e-mail and password.

4. After logging in click on “My Courses” which will take you to the course list. You will have been automatically enrolled in all of the courses NCBRT’s eLearning offers.

5. To begin a course, click on the small red plus sign next to the title of the course you are interested in. A drop down menu will appear displaying the pretest and course module(s) that you will need to complete.

6. To leave the course at any time and save your progress please click “Exit Classroom” at the top right.

7. After completion of the pretest and course module(s) a post test should appear on the drop down menu. After passing the post test (80% or better) the certificate icon will illuminate. The certificate icon is located in the same row as the post test. There is a picture legend at the bottom of the “My Courses” page for your convenience.  

8. To print your certificate, click on the certificate icon and it will open as a PDF in a separate window allowing you to print and save your certificate.

The benefits of eLearning include:
• Flexibility
• Quality and convenience
• Ability to study @ your own pace
• Earn CLEET continuing education credit
• Print certificates online
• Department of Homeland Security certified courses

If you have any problems, you may contact NCBRT @:
Email:   elearn@ncbrt.lsu.edu
Phone:  1-866-221-1083 (toll free)  

Current classes available: (click on any of the following links to view a description of the course)

AWR-230-W: A Coordinated Response to Food Emergencies
AWR-304-W Shopping Center Security Terrorism Awareness Training Program

For more information, visit http://www.ncbrt.lsu.edu

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