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The following Continuing Education courses will be offered at the specified locations. Classes are cataloged 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 cataloged 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 cataloged courses are eligible for posting on this page.
Course Listings

                         

Profiling Teen Killers, School Shooters, Mass Murderers & Serial Killers

 

Description:

   Training Topics Include:

   *School Shooting Trends                 *Myths of Serial Killers

   * School Safety Tips                        *Hundreds of Crime Scene Photos

   * Dangerous Youth Culture              *Active Shooting Videos

   *Audience Interviews Killers LIVE

 

Date: Thursday September 20, 2021

Time: 0800-1600 hours      

Location: Oklahoma Highway Patrol Robert R. Lester Training Center

                Classroom E

CLEET Hours: 8

CLEET Catalog Number:  19-0310

Cost: $149 per student 

 

Enrollment:  Website: www.eventbrite.com  Search: “Phil Chalmers”

 

 

 

Course Flyer

 

  

AGENCY INFORMATION

  LT Richard Losurdo

      Richard.losurdo@dps.ok.gov

  405-308-0262


  

Social Media and Open Source Investigation

 

Description:
In some way, every type of criminal investigation involves the internet. Criminal organizations
have also been known to facilitate these crimes, by using social media and Open-Source
Intelligence in their operations (OSINT). This course is intended to give police officers an indepth
knowledge of how to navigate around all of the major social media networks. The instructor,
Nick Jerman, will teach officers how to use the most current Open-Source 
Intelligence websites
and researching techniques. Having this knowledge will save countless
hours of trial and error. “Social Media and Open Source Investigations” will also cover lesser
known social media applications, how to link various social media accounts to your target,
working with images, helpful software, and how to obtain data via the legal process.
This innovative course is designed for, and will be beneficial to all ranks of the police agency,
from patrol to chief. Officers will be empowered with the ability to quickly and confidently find
information on their targets, dig deeper online within their investigations, and keep themselves
and their families safe on the internet.

 

Date: September 20, 2021
Time: 0800-1500
Location: EOC Choctaw: 4601 N Choctaw Rd Choctaw, OK 73020
CLEET Hours: 8
CLEET Catalog Number: 21-3260
Cost: $199 per person Register at www.streetcoptraining.com

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION 
Blaine Lander
b.lander@nicomaparkpolice.com 
    
405-769-5675

 


 

 Internal Affairs and Professional Standards

 

Description: This course is for law enforcement executives, supervisors, internal affairs investigators and anyone who desires to understand law enforcement professional standards and internal affairs investigations. The professional standards model is a must for law enforcement professionals to be prepared before a critical incident occurs. This course sets the stage for law enforcement professionals to create an agency wide practice of professional standards for all agency operations. In the covered material, attendees will understand "best practices" including how to avoid the problems before they occur and properly address issues that do arise. This is a comprehensive course covering the entire internal affairs process through final discipline. Participants will learn the skills necessary to review, investigate and complete internal affairs investigations based on sound investigative techniques within legal guidelines.

Date: September 20-21, 2021
Time: 0800-1600
Location: Norman Police Investigations Center
                1507 W Lindsey St.
                Norman, OK 73069
CLEET Hours: 16
CLEET Catalog Number: 21-0013
Cost: $275.00 ($250.00 if 3 or more from same agency)

 

Course Flyer

 

AGENCY INFORMATION
Katherine Demaray
Katherine.demaray@normanok.gov
Register at www.on-targetsolutionsgroup.com
405-366-5211
  


 

 BLUE LIFE SUPPORT SEMINAR

 

 

Description: Wellness classes for police officers

 

Date: September 20-21, 2021

Time: 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. on September 20 / September 21 is 8:00 -12:30 pm.            

Location: Bartlesville Community Center – 300 SE Adams – Bartlesville, OK - 74003

CLEET Hours: 12

CLEET Catalog Number:     21-2920

Cost:     FREE

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Jimmy Meeks

  jimmy@sheepdogseminar.com

  817.437.9693

 

OFFICERS CAN REGISTER AT www.bluelifesupport.com

 


 

 Field Training and Evaluation Seminar

 

Description:  Basic Level Field Training Officer School for Law Enforcement Officers.  This class will cover the San Jose Model of Field Training.  Topics include FTO program objectives, FTO philosophy, communication skills, principles of learning, roles of the FTO, program sequence, forms, rating scales, remedial training, legal issues, FTO In Service, program administration, and bridging the training gap with millennials.    

 

Date: September 20-23, 2021

Time: 0800-1600 hrs          

Location:  Oklahoma City Police Training Center, 800 N. Portland, Oklahoma City, OK 73107

CLEET Hours:  30

CLEET Catalog Number:     21-3223

Cost:     Free (limited to first 40 Applicants)

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Msgt Theresa Bunn, Field Training Officer Coordinator

theresa.bunn@okc.gov

 405-316-5017

 


 

 ACTIVE SHOOTER HOSTAGE BASED SCENES

 

Description: 

Students will learn the appropriate use of force through realistic, real-life scenarios. Utilizing the TI Training: Use of Force Training Simulator. The training simulator is a high definition video system on three screens, combined with high-tech weapon simulation. The TI Simulator will cause the student to become immersed into the scene which will increase heart rate, breathing and emotional level as you learn how to properly deal with potentially dangerous situations. Simulations can include highly charged/graphic scenarios and potentially offensive language. The training simulator is also equipped with a “shoot back cannon” allowing the Instructor to fire foam bullets at the trainee in an as close to possible environment to simulate being fired upon in the field. Training room is large enough to use a patrol vehicle inside.

 

Classroom instruction will include a detailed look at the Federal/State Use of Deadly Force, as well as landmark court rulings which gives law enforcement the courts opinions on the interpretation of these laws. The classroom instruction will also include instruction on mental/physical preparation for violent use of force encounters.

 

Required information for Attendees: TI Simulator utilizes a Glock 22 handgun, AR-15 rifle, flashlight, Taser X26, X2, and OC spray all with IR laser modifications and CO2 for felt recoil. Students should attend this class in their normal patrol uniform to include ballistic vest and complete duty belt for a realistic training experience. DUE TO COVID-19 Class limited to max 10 students.

**Must contact Northwest Technology Center at 580-327-0344 to be enrolled or aflynt@nwtech.edu

Date: September 21st, 2021

Time: 830a.m.-4:30p.m.

Location: Northwest Technology Center; 1801 South 11th Street, Alva Oklahoma

CLEET Hours: 8 hours mandatory training + 2 hour mental health training

CLEET Catalog Number:     19-3762

Cost:     FREE

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

Angie Flynt - Northwest Technology Center

             aflynt@nwtech.edu           

                580.327.0403                

 


Management and Supervision of Investigative Units

 

Description: This course is for Law Enforcement Officers and Supervisors responsible for case evaluation and management, or for the commanders who are planning or developing improved case management processes to improve productivity. Additionally, this course will be valuable o senior investigators assigned to small units of small agencies who are primarily responsible for managing investigations in an informal leadership role.

 

Date: September 22-23, 2021
Time: 0800-1600
Location: Norman Police Investigations Center
                1507 W Lindsey St.
                Norman, OK 73069
CLEET Hours: 16
CLEET Catalog Number: 20-1295
Cost: $275.00 ($250.00 if 3 or more from same agency)

 

Course Flyer

 

AGENCY INFORMATION
 Katherine Demaray
Katherine.demaray@normanok.gov
Register at: www.on-targetsolutionsgroup.com
 405-366-5211 


Fletcher Police Department

414 W. COLE

FLETCHER, OKLAHOMA 73541

580-549-4242

 

ICAT-DESCALATION TRAINING

 

Integrating, Communications, Assesment, and Training (ICAT) is a training program that provides first responding police officers with the tools, skills, and options they
need to successfully and safely defuse a range of critical incidents. ICAT takes the essential building blocks of critical thinking, crisis intervention, communications, and
tactics, and puts them together in an integrated approach to training. ICAT is designed especially for situations involving persons who are unarmed or are armed with weapons other than firearms, and who may be experiencing a mental health or other crisis. The training program is anchored by the Critical Decision-Making Model that helps officers assess situations, make safe and effective decisions, and document and learn from their actions. ICAT incorporates different skill sets into a unified training approach thatemphasizes scenario-based exercises, as well as lecture and case study opportunities.

 

Date: 09-23-2021    Date Change 9-30-2021
Time: 0800-1200

Location:  Fletcher Community Center

                 504 Cole Avenue Fletcher, OK, 73541

CLEET Hours: 4

CLEET Catalog Number: 19-2272

Cost: Free

Please chiefdelonais@tds.net to reserve a seat

  


Leadership for Law Enforcement

Description: This course is designed for all law enforcement professionals who strive to be an effective leader. Without understanding leadership and developing strong leadership skills, organizational success can suffer. Effective leaders get employees to want to provide quality service. An examination of what causes employees to be problems and how to effectively lead them is critical to the success of an organizations.

Date: September 24, 2021
Time: 0800-1600
Location: Norman Police Investigations Center
                1507 W Lindsey St. Norman, OK 73069
CLEET hours:  8
CLEET Catalog Number: 21-0012

Cost: $150.00 ($125.00 if 3 or more from same agency)


 

 Ground Control Instructor Level 2

 

Description: This is the next series in our Ground Control Instructor curriculum that focuses on being able to control a suspect as a team or individual officer until backup arrives. Many of these techniques and concepts branch off of our first series and are essential for any agency looking to improve their overall program. The techniques from this course work on the street and have been pressure tested with a higher percentage of probability. We also teach our award-winning teaching methods in this course that will improve you overall as an instructor. Our trainers have a background both in martial arts and a vast career in law enforcement that allows them to combine the best of both worlds into the program. You’ll receive an illustrated instruction manual when you attend this course that will make it easier for you to teach from once you leave the program. Our goal is to see you succeed and save lives through the information we provide. We look forward to seeing you at the course.

Class content:

Takedowns

Control Positions

Team Control

Arm locks

Positional Flow

Teaching Methods

Response to Resistance definitions

Policy Recommendations

Investigation Concepts

Documenting training

Increasing Admin Involvement

Illustrated instructor manual

2 year certification

email and phone support

Free tactical t-shirt

24 hour instructor course

Cost: $320 24 hours

 

Date: September 27th – 29th 2021

Time: 0800-1700    

Location: Alva Recreation Center

               1887 Goldbug Blvd Alva, OK 73717

CLEET Hours: 24 Hours

CLEET Catalog Number:  21-2909

Cost:  $320  

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  John Caviness

  ksuwildcats1998@yahoo.com

 

Training Provider is Blue Shield Tactical Systems LLC.

Students must register at www.Blueshieldtactical.com

 


 

 FBI-LEEDA – Executive Leadership Institute

 

Hosted by: Sheriff Chris West and the Canadian County Sheriff’s Office

 

Description: The FBI-LEEDA Executive Leadership Institute (ELI) is an innovative 4 1/2-day program designed for executive-level law enforcement leaders and those leaders aspiring to executive level leadership positions. ELI focuses on the emerging challenges facing 21st century police leaders, as well as planning and navigating the political waters of executive leadership. This highly interactive program follows the FBI-LEEDA “cops talking to cops" model of professional development where students will engage in guided leadership discussions with instructors and other students. The course first looks inward to identify the forces of change and emerging trends within law enforcement, such as the challenges of recruiting, hiring and leading different social generational cohorts and different cultural groups within the workforce. The ELI also presents leadership strategies that emphasize the importance of public trust and legitimacy, officer wellness, social and emotional intelligence.

 

Register online at www.fbileeda.org or call 877-772-7712 for more information.

 

Date: Sept 27-Oct 1, 2021

Time: 0830-1630    

Location:        El Reno Public Safety Complex

                        2707 Faith Ave

                        El Reno, OK  73036

CLEET Hours: 28

CLEET Catalog Number: 19-1525

Cost: $695/student

 

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Lt. Mike Patswald

 405-596-9013

 


 

  Physical and Neglect :Child Abuse Injury Reconstruction Techniques           

Emerging Trends In Child Sexual Abuse Investigations

 

Description:   Reid Child Abuse investigations

 

Date: September 28th -29th 2021

Time:   8 am to 4pm

Location: Gordon Cooper Technology Center      Marty Lewis Public Safety Center

                One John C. Burton Blvd. Shawnee, OK. 74804

CLEET Hours:   7 per day.

CLEET Catalog Number:  OS-5212, OS-5213

Cost:  $275 per class or $500 for both days.

 

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

Chieg JR Kidney 

jkidney@tecumsehok.org

405-808-4774

 


 

How To Write A Search Warrant

 

Description: This 8-hour course is intended for the new criminal investigator, law enforcement officer, or experienced officer who will be writing and obtaining Search Warrants during the course of investigations. This class is very hands-on and students will be writing affidavits and complete search warrants. No Knock warrants, Night-time service warrants, Internet Service Providers, Electronic storage devices (cell phones, computers, tablets) will also be covered. No enrollment required. Instructor-D.A. Investigator Steve Tanio

**CALL NW TECH AT 580-327-0344 TO ENROLL

 

Date: September 30, 2021

Time:            0900-1700

Location: Northwest Technology Center, 1801 11th Street, Alva, Oklahoma

CLEET Hours: 8

CLEET Catalog Number:  21-2731  

Cost:     None

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

Steve Tanio

Stephen.tanio@dac.state.ok.us

 580-327-0344

  


 

Intro to RDS Handgun          

 

 

Description:

This course was rescheduled, and seats are still available.

 

Course is an introduction for the novice handgun mounted RDS user. Course content will include techniques for finding the dot and tracking the dot in recoil, occluded and failed optic drills and techniques, equipment selection and setup, target transitions, acceptable sight picture, and other topics. The course will conclude with a CLEET requalification for those who are new to the dot and have not yet qualified with their RDS equipped handgun.

 

We will break for lunch at approximately 1300 for one hour.

 

Round count for the course is 250 rounds of new manufacture range ammunition. Absolutely no reloads are permitted.

 

Students are encouraged to use the same equipment they will use on duty. Students who work in plainclothes assignments should follow this suggestion, as well. All students are expected to be familiar and proficient with their holster and magazine setup of choice. There will not be sufficient time in the class to go in depth on concealed carry methods, retention devices, etc. A complete equipment list will be sent out prior to the course.

 

SERPA and similarly designed holsters are not permitted in the course. No exceptions will be made to this rule. If you are not sure whether this rule applies to you, please email us prior to the course date. We will make reasonable attempts to accommodate students with non-permitted equipment, but the student is responsible for verifying their compliance beforehand.

Registration can be done via the web at: https://www.paratus46.net/product-page/law-enforcement-intro-to-rds-handgun

 

Agencies which need to register by PO should contact us by email.


This course is portable. We will bring it to your agency with a minimum of 5 paid seats. Host agencies receive 2 free seats in the course.

 

Date:            10/02/2021

Time:            0900 - 1800

Location:      Stillwater PD range

CLEET Hours:         8

CLEET Catalog Number:     21-3150

Cost:     $175

 

AGENCY INFORMATION 

   Michael Ray 

 info@paratusfortysix.com  

   918-361-9672     

 

 

 


 

  Taser Basic Instructor

Description:
TASER CEW X26P, X2 and the new TASER 7 and TASER 7 CQ Basic Instructor certification course. With the release of Version 22, we have enhanced the Basic Instructor course to teach students how to develop and safely execute scenarios and isolation drills, provide more in-depth scenario training. Students will learn how to develop and safely implement scenarios; isolation drills and conduct teach backs to hone their instructor skills. You will be certified to instruct others on the use of the X26P, X2, TASER 7 and TASER 7 CQ energy weapons. Students will be required to complete an interactive online experience prior to attending the one day in-classroom training.  

Date:   10/04/2021
Time:   8am – 5pm
Location: Moore Norman Technology Center, 4701 12th AVE NW, Norman, Oklahoma   73069
CLEET Hours:  8
CLEET Catalog Number: 21-2836
Cost:

 

AGENCY INFORMATION
Robert Wasoski
Robert.wasoski@mntc.edu
405-919-8225


 

 Royce Gracie Law Enforcement Instructor

 

Description:

G.R.A.C.I.E. is the defensive tactics and weapons retention course created by the legendary MMA pioneer Royce Gracie. Royce earned his title by defeating his opponents using Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, proving the effective-ness 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. pro-gram is the “only” defensive tactics programs that truly get officers to properly defend their weapons in any and all altercations.

The course is 6 hours per day for 4 consecutive days. At the end of the course, instructors must be able to demonstrate and teach the moves in order to receive certification.

 

Date:   October 4-7, 2021
Time:   0800-TBD   
Location:  Apex jiu-Jitsu, 3716 E. Interstate 240 Service, OKC, OK
CLEET Hours: 30
CLEET Catalog Number: 20-0854 
Cost:     $850 for new instructors, $300 for recerts

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

   Troy Fullbright     

Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office

troy.fullbright@oklahomacounty.org  

405-698-6060

 


 

 Street Cop Conference

                                     

 

Description:

The 1st Annual Street Cop Conference will be the law enforcement event of the year! A life changing event for less than $100 per day. The 2021 Street Cop Conference will consist of a lineup of some of today’s most highly regarded law enforcement instructors, as well as several guest speakers. Some of our guest speakers include Former Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell, Fox News Host, Tomi Lahren; Medal of Honor Recipient and best-selling Author, Dakota Meyer; US Army Special Forces soldier and UFC Championship fighter, Tim Kennedy; The NYPD’s most decorated detective and best-selling author, Ralph Friedman; and telling their stories of survival after being gravely wounded by gunfire in the line of duty, Philadelphia Police Officer, Jesse Hartnett and Atlantic City Police Officer, Josh Vadell. You will leave this event with the training you would expect from a professional law enforcement conference. AS ALWAYS, WE WILL NOT DISSAPOINT!

 

Date: Monday October 4-8, 2021

Time: 0800-1600 hours      

Location: Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City

                777 Harrah’s Blvd.

                Atlantic City, NJ 08401

CLEET Hours: 32

CLEET Catalog Number:  21-2281

Cost: $499.00 

 

 

 TO REGISTER VISIT: www.streetcoptraining.com/conference

 

  

Link to room discount:

https://book.passkey.com/gt/218059855?gtid=411a40aa469ca62d28e51c2fce2662e

 

 

 

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  LT Richard Losurdo

Richard.losurdo@dps.ok.gov

  405-308-0262

 


 

Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training

 

Description: The Crisis Intervention Team program is a community effort partnering both police officers and the community together for common goals of safety, understanding and service to individuals with mental illness and their families. Officers participate in a 5-day, 40-hour CIT training program. The professional provider community has recognized the need and efficacy of the CIT program and has partnered with law enforcement in providing the most effective training material possible. The training program consists of several classes taught by a variety of instructors including a Psychiatrist, a Substance Abuse Specialist, Social Workers, Police Officers and representatives from NAMI. Panel discussions with service providers from the Community Mental Health Centers are also included. This training prepares officers to safely de-escalate a crisis, determine the need for emergency treatment and get the consumer to professional treatment as quickly as possible.

 

 

Date: October 4-8, 2021

 

 Please Register here: http://registration.xenegrade.com/odmhsastraininginstitute/coursedisplay.cfm?schID=3680

 

Time:  0800-1700
LocationGarfield county Sheriff Office. 

                 216 W Oxford Ave. Enid, OK 73701

CLEET Hours:  40

CLEET Catalog Number: OS-3669

Cost: 0

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

    Tania Woods

  twoods@odmhsas.org

405-248-9190

  


 

 Practical Firearms with Force on Force Training

 

Description: Learn the appropriate use of force through realistic, real-life scenarios. Utilizing Use of Force Training Simulator and Simulation handguns for Force on Force training. This course will students to go hands-on with each other for realistic scenario training to learn what works and doesn’t work in potentially dangerous situations.

 

Attendees need to dress comfortably with long pants, hoodie and gloves that can manipulate a handgun. *** $20.00 cost for UTM ammunition used. All other protective equipment will be provided, which includes full head, neck, throat, pelvic protection. Instructor-D.A. Investigator Steve Tanio

**CALL NW TECH AT 580-327-0344 TO ENROLL

 

Date:  October 5, 2021

Time:   0800-1700

Location: Northwest Technology Center, 1801 11th Street, Alva, Oklahoma

CLEET Hours: 8

CLEET Catalog Number:  21-2732  

Cost:     None

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Steve Tanio

Stephen.tanio@dac.state.ok.us

 580-327-0344

  


 

Understanding Mental Illness, Effective Responses & Community Resources & Question, Persuade, & Refer 

 

Description: See attached.

 

Date: October 5, 2021

Time: 9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Location: OCCC Campus - Keith Leftwich Memorial Library

CLEET Hours: 6 (these are MH hours)

CLEET Catalog Number: 20-1087 and 19-1088

Cost: No Cost - limited to 35 participants

 

 

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMARION

Sgt. Austin Slaten

austin.l.slaten@occc.edu

405-682-1611 ext. 7322

 


 

MILO-On Target       

 

Description: Using the Milo Range realistic simulator training system, officers can sharpen their skills in recognizing potentially dangerous situations, use of force, judgment, and potential threats using realistic scenarios. 

 

Date: 10/6/21

Time: 6p-10p          

Location: Tulsa Tech Peoria, 3850 N. Peoria, Tulsa, OK

CLEET Hours:  4

CLEET Catalog Number:  PS-20-0076    

Cost:     $35

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

     David Karleskint        

david.karleskint@tulsatech.edu 

918-828-2035

 


 

 Defensive Tactics for Law Enforcement

 

Description:

 

This seminar will focus on situations where an officer has to go hands-on with a suspect. We will cover arrest and control, weapons retention, weapons disarms, and when/how to transition to tools from a hands-on situation. We will teach you to work alone, and in concert with other responding officers.

 

Tactics ranging from worst case scenarios to dealing with passive resistance will be covered. Avoiding both an initial over use AND under use of force, and how those decisions can affect the outcome of an encounter, will also be studied.

 

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/defensive-tactics-for-law-enforcement-tickets-163582635065

 

Date:   October 9 & 10

Time:   0900 - 1530

Location:

Sheepdog Jiu Jitsu

10846 S. Memorial Drive

Suite 106

Tulsa, OK. 74133

CLEET Hours: 10

CLEET Catalog Number:   21-3204

Cost: $299

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Blake Hayes

 sheepdogtulsa@gmail.com

 (918) 607-7927

 


 

De-escalation Instructor

 

Description: This course focuses on a real-world approach to communicating tactfully, which will allow you as an instructor to provide a baseline for your officers that will reduce liability, promote a professional image, build a rapport, and even save lives. This training is a hands-on scenario-based course that gets you as the instructor involved in classroom participation that will provide results. This instructor course delivers to you the necessary skills of persuasion that you can demonstrate to your officers. This is a necessity for any law enforcement agency looking to expand on the ever-changing expectations of communication, and the strategies received will provide you with an effective blueprint to solve potentially unreceptive situations before they erupt. These are techniques every officer should have as a resource in the field. The instructor teaching this course offers real-world experience based on what we in law enforcement deal with on a daily basis. He will demonstrate ways to avoid being in a conflict by using persuasion instead of physical force. You will be surprised by the knowledge you will gain after attending this course and be able to translate that knowledge to your officers, which will only help them have a long and prosperous career. This course does fill up fast!

Class content:

Promoting a professional image
Building a rapport
Reducing department liability
Effecting behavior of others
Understanding tactical communication
Group scenarios
Communication strategies
Training material provided
24-hour instructor course
2-year certification
Instructor t-shirt included
Cost: $325.00 per student

 

 

 

Date: October 11th – 13th 2021

Time: 0800-1700    

Location: Moore Norman Technical Center

               4701 12th Ave NW

               Norman, OK 73069

CLEET Hours: 24 Hours

CLEET Catalog Number:  OS-3559

Cost:  $325  

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

Shon Elroy

selroy@clevelandcountyok.com

 (405) 701-7748

 

Training Provider is Blue Shield Tactical Systems LLC.

Students must register at https://www.blueshieldtactical.com/

 


 

Below 100 Train the Trainer

 

DescriptionBelow 100 is a law enforcement officer safety program that focuses on the reduction of the number of law enforcement related deaths to below 100 per year; a number that has not been reached since 1943.  The class focuses on issues related to situational awareness, complacency, and basic but often neglected safety areas like vests, driving speeds, and seatbelts

 

Date:  October 12, 2021

Time:  0800-1700

Location:  Oklahoma Highway Patrol; Robert R. Lester Training Center, Oklahoma City

CLEET Hours:  8

CLEET Catalog Number: 21-3471

Cost: Free

                                                                                         

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Trooper Charity Robertson

charity.robertson@dps.ok.gov

  580-919-3655

 


 

   Below 100 Intensive

 

DescriptionBelow 100 is a law enforcement officer safety program that focuses on the reduction of the number of law enforcement related deaths to below 100 per year; a number that has not been reached since 1943.  The class focuses on issues related to situational awareness, complacency, and basic but often neglected safety areas like vests, driving speeds, and seatbelts

 

Date:  October 13, 2021

Time:  0800-1200 OR 1300-1700

Location:  Oklahoma Highway Patrol; Robert R. Lester Training Center, Oklahoma City

CLEET Hours:  4

CLEET Catalog Number: 21-3470

Cost: Free

                                                                                         

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

   Trooper Charity Robertson

charity.robertson@dps.ok.gov

  580-919-3655

 


 

 Line Safety Officer   

 

Description: Conduct yearly requalification’s on handgun only, provide line safety support to C.L.E.E.T Certified Firearms Instructors

 

Date:  October 13, 2021

Time : 0800-1600

Location CLEET Ada, OK room 128 

CLEET Hours:   8

CLEET Catalog Number:  CL-0363

Class Limit:   40

 

Sponsor of Class:  C.L.E.E.T. Training Staff 

Instructor(s) Curtis Condrey, Michael Babb, and Joe Sebourn, Curtis.condrey@cleet.state.ok.us, Michael.babb@cleet.state.ok.us Joe.sebourn@cleet.state.ok.us   

List the email of who will need to receive the roster: Curtis.condrey@cleet.state.ok.us

 

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION 

  Curtis Condrey

  Curtis.condrey@cleet.state.ok.us

  405-503-2728

 


  

ASP Instructor Certification

 

Description: This advanced certification program is designed to acquaint participants with operational use of the ASP Tactical Baton, Tactical Restraints and Performance Flashlights and train them to conduct ASP Basic Certification (ABC) Programs. AIC Training includes all information and techniques provided in the ABC Program, with the addition of ASP Instructional techniques. Successful completion of the AIC Program certifies that the individual officer has met a competency-based standard of knowledge, has mastered performance skills, and has the ability to instruct ABC classes.

 

Date: 10/13/21, 10/14/21, and 10/15/21

Time: 0800 - 1700

Location: Mannford Early Childhood Center, 211 Hinton Avenue, Mannford, OK 74044

CLEET Hours: 24

CLEET Catalog Number: 19-1215 

Cost: FREE...deposit of $25 required to register.  Upon completion of the course deposit will be refunded. 

 

Registration: https://www.asp-usa.com/pages/aic-participant-application-form-us-canada

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 LT Justin Porter - Mannford Police Department

  jdporter@cityofmannford.net (preferred)

 918-865-4141

  


 

 Financial Planning & Retirement Readiness

 

Description: The presentation contains important financial information for the Law

Enforcement professional. In addition to retirement issues, the course speaks to goal setting and decision making, which have significant financial impact during your career as well as preparing you for your job and in your personal finances. SPOUSES ARE WELCOME!!!!!!!!!

Date: October 14, 2021
Time: 09:00 A.M
Location: 3 CT Circle (Central Tech-Drumright Campus), Drumright, Ok 74030
CLEET Hours: 8 
CLEET Catalog Number: 21-0817
Class Limit: 30
Instructor: Ken Stafford

 

AGENCY INFORMATION
Julie Tucker
 Julie@amgpps.com
 (918) 740-3079

 


 

 SWAT School

 

Description:

The Warr Acres Police Department will be hosting Dark Watch Tactical for a SWAT School in the Oklahoma City metro area October 14th-17th  2021. This course provides skill sets, techniques and tactics that meet modern industry standards as set forth by the National Tactical Officer’s Association and encompasses a wide variety of facets employed by SWAT teams and law enforcement first responders. This course will build the students from the ground up. The course will provide instruction on mission templates and planning, leadership and team structure, single to three or more operator movement, breaching techniques, slow and deliberate/dynamic entry techniques, room clearing, low light techniques, and tactical medicine. Also covered will be combat pistol and rifle shooting, low light shooting, downed officer drills, ballistic shield operation, move/shoot and communicate techniques, less lethal and diversionary device instruction,  full scale warrant service training on multiple structures, vehicle/linear bus assaults, and barricaded subjects. There will also be introductory instruction on hostage rescue. Throughout this school students will be involved in force on force scenario based training. Upon completion of this school the student will have a good understanding of SWAT operations and law enforcement response to critical incidents. This course is also recommended for law enforcement officers and first responders that are not assigned to a SWAT team.

300 rounds pistol/300 rounds rifle

Flashlight (Weapon mounted light preferred)

Gun cleaning kits

 

Date: October 14th-17th, 2021

Time: 0830-1830 (Range day will be approx. 12 hours)                

Location: Warr Acres City Hall (First Day) Parking will be at the Putnam City Church of Christ located at 4300 N Ann Arbor, across the street from city hall.

                Warr Acres City Hall

                4301 N Ann Arbor

                Warr Acres, Ok 73122

 

There will be multiple training sites for this course.

 

CLEET Hours: 40

CLEET Catalog Number: 20-1060    

Cost:     $300.00

 

 

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

Dustin Hendrix, Owner

Dark Watch Tactical, LLC    

  gang50wapd@gmail.com

  580-821-4586 (Nikki Strange, Manager)

 


 

 Crisis Negotiators of Oklahoma (CNOK)

 

Description:  The day will consist of a case study presented by the OKC FBI field office, and a scenario based training exercise.

 

Date:   October 15th, 2021

Time:  8:30a-4:30p  

Location:  Edmond Fire Department Training Center, 5300 E. Covell Rd., Edmond OK

CLEET Hours:  8

CLEET Catalog Number:  21-3330  

Cost:   Free to current CNOK members.

$10 for non-members (those who did not attend the annual conference in April 2021).

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  SSgt Becky Miller 

roblein@cityofmoore.com

  405-793-4661

 


 

 Crisis Negotiators of Oklahoma (CNOK)

 

Description:  The day will consist of a case study presented by the OKC FBI field office, and a scenario based training exercise.

 

Date:   October 15th, 2021

Time:  8:30a-4:30p  

Location:  First Moore Baptist Church, 301 NE 27th St., Moore OK 73160

CLEET Hours:  8

CLEET Catalog Number:  21-3330  

Cost:   Free to current CNOK members. $10 for non-members

           (those who did not attend the annual conference in April 2021).

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  SSgt Becky Miller 

  roblein@cityofmoore.com

 405-793-4661

 


 

PATROL SHOOTING ENCOUNTERS AND DECISIONS

 

Description: Students will learn the appropriate use of force through realistic, real-life scenarios. Utilizing the TI Training: Use of Force Training Simulator. The training simulator is a high definition video system on three screens, combined with high-tech weapon simulation. The TI Simulator will cause the student to become immersed into the scene which will increase heart rate, breathing and emotional level as you learn how to properly deal with potentially dangerous situations. Simulations can include highly charged/graphic scenarios and potentially offensive language. The training simulator is also equipped with a “shoot back cannon” allowing the Instructor to fire foam bullets at the trainee in an as close to possible environment to simulate being fired upon in the field. Training room is large enough to use a patrol vehicle inside.

 

Classroom instruction will include a detailed look at the Federal/State Use of Deadly Force, as well as landmark court rulings which gives law enforcement the courts opinions on the interpretation of these laws. The classroom instruction will also include instruction on mental/physical preparation for violent use of force encounters.

 

Required information for Attendees: TI Simulator utilizes a Glock 22 handgun, AR-15 rifle, flashlight, Taser X26, X2, and OC spray all with IR laser modifications and CO2 for felt recoil. Students should attend this class in their normal patrol uniform to include ballistic vest and complete duty belt for a realistic training experience. DUE TO COVID-19 Class limited to max 10 students.

**Must contact Northwest Technology Center at 580-327-0344 to be enrolled or aflynt@nwtech.edu

Date: October 18th, 2021

Time: 830a.m.-4:30p.m.

Location: Northwest Technology Center; 1801 South 11th Street, Alva Oklahoma

CLEET Hours: 8 hours mandatory training + 2-hour mental health training

CLEET Catalog Number:     19-3763

Cost:     FREE

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

Angie Flynt - Northwest Technology Center

              aflynt@nwtech.edu            

                 580.327.0403                

 


 

Crime Scene Photography: Essentials

 

Description: This is a two day fundamentals course designed to maximize the use of your equipment for recording court admissible photographic evidence. Focused toward personnel wanting to expand introductory awareness or desiring a basic equipment refresher, while simultaneously learning proven techniques for photographing crime scenes

 

 

Date: October 18-19, 2021

Time :  0800-1600

Location: Norman Police Investigations Center

1507 W Lindsey st., Norman 0K 73069

CLEET Hours: 16

CLEET Catalog Number: 20-0849

Cost: $275.00 ($250.00 if 3 or more from same agency)

 

 

 

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

Katherine Demaray

 Katherine.demaray@normanok.gov

Register www.on-targetsolutionsgroup.com

 405-366-5211

 


 

Principles of Dignitary Protection     

 

Description:

Instructor: Haim Geri

Geri has dedicated his life to the field of counterterrorism and Homeland Security (HLS) for

his native country of Israel. He is a combat veteran of the Golani Infantry Reconnaissance Unit

of Israel's Defense Force (IDF). Geri is a retired Captain that served as a Company Commander

and Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations, as well as G3 in charge of securing the northern

border of Israel. He participated in numerous counter-terror operations behind enemy lines and

the Lebanon War.

After his service in the Army, he was recruited by the General Security Services (GSS) of the

State of Israel and held many positions with GSS, including Chief of Security at the Israeli

embassies in Venezuela, Mexico, Quito, Lima, Hungary, and Switzerland.

 

Later Geri would join the GSS Counter-Terror Academy, where he trained generations of

security personnel in the fields of Embassy Security, Aviation and Air Marshals Security,

Maritime Security, Dignitary Security, and Critical Infrastructure Security. During this time, he

also worked for the Security Analysis Unit of Israeli Embassies. He was in charge of detecting

and analyzing the threats, risks and determining Israeli embassies' required security levels

worldwide. He accomplished all of this while serving as an Air Marshal for El Al Airlines.

Geri is currently a student at the American Public University, where he is majoring in HLS and a

Senior Instructor at the IMI Counter-Terror Academy, which is certified by the Israeli Police and

minister of Internal Security. At IMI, he uses his life experience to educate and train new

generations of professionals in counter-terrorism tactics, security, and HLS.

 

Under his leadership, he certified countless cadets in tactical response and firearms based on

standards mandated by the Israeli Government.

 

Course Description:

The guiding principle of Dignitary Protection is to secure the Assets without hindering the day to-day routine and activities. The focus is to enable the Trainee to find the "Golden Path"- meeting the protection and security requirements while allowing the Asset to perform his duties. The course allows trainees to have the fundamental knowledge, methods, and skills – as a single and team operator - needed to prevent and neutralize a wide variety of threats to the safety and well-being of the Asset, which they protect.

Required Equipment:
•           Appropriate training attire (No open shirts or tank-top) Close shoes

•           A cover shirt with front buttons for concealed training

•           Robust Belt to carry the weight of the gun and magazines.

•           Eye & ear protection

•           Pistol + 3 magazines

•           Fitting Holster

•           Magazine pouch for two magazines

•           350 pistol rounds 

 

 

Date: October 18-20, 2021

Time: 0800 - 1700hrs

Location: Snake Creek Shooting Sports – 10700 OK-16, Beggs, OK 74421

CLEET Hours: 18

CLEET Catalog Number: 2021-3334

Cost:     $350

 

 

Register: https://alwaysalpha1.com/training/ols/products/principals-of-dignitary-protection

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION 

 Latif Whitsett – Alpha 1 Tactical LLC      

 Alpha1tactics@gmail.com

  918-933-9722

 


 

Suicide by Cop: Assessment, De-Escalation, and Investigations

 

Description:           Suicide by Cop: Assessment, De-Escalation and Investigations

The purpose of this course is to provide relevant training with the objective of reducing incidents of SbC. Participants will have a better understanding of SbC and be better equipped to identify precursors and potential incidents of SbC; Be better prepared to de-escalate suicidal subjects with the goal of reducing violent encounters with suicidal subjects; and in the event that there is a completed act of SbC, be better prepared to investigate the suicidal actions of the subject and responses with the goal of preventing future SbC events.

 

Presented by Rick Wall who has 38 years of experience in Law Enforcement (Los Angeles Police Dept, University of Texas-Houston, California State University), Expertise in Suicide by Cop, mass causality events and Threat Management; Internationally recognized expert in law enforcement responses to the mentally ill and has testified in front of the House of Representatives Committee on the Judiciary on the impact of the mentally ill on law enforcement.

 

 

Registration: https://tcso.enrollware.com/schedule

 

 

Date:                    October 18, 19, 20, 2021  

                             (This is a ONE-day course offered on THREE different dates)

Time:                     0800 – 1700 hours

Location:               Tulsa Tech-Lemley Campus (Location is subject to change)

Client Services Center-Room 26
3420 South Memorial Drive

Tulsa, OK 74145

CLEET Hours: 8, including 2 hours Mental Health

CLEET Catalog Number:     20-1151

Cost:                     FREE

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

Bonnie Fidler-Training Coordinator

bfidler@tcso.org (Preferred contact method)

918-596-4512

  


 

 Death Scenes & the First Responder

 

Description:

This class will examine various techniques for responding to and maintaining the scene at homicides and questioned deaths, with a focus on how certain things that happen in the first few minutes can have an effect on the investigation and prosecution months or years later. Presentation will include a review of basic forensic pathology and case studies of actual homicide scenes to expose students to real-world scenarios.  Enroll by sending name, agency, and CLEET number to email below.

 

Date: October 19th, 2021

Time: 0800 - 1600  

Location: Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office - 2101 NE 36th Street, Okla. City, OK 73115

CLEET Hours: 8

CLEET Catalog Number: 20-0104   

Cost: FREE    

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

Jeff Griffin 

  jgriffin687@att.net

 405-640-3694

 


 

  Introduction to Drug Analysis and Toxicology

 

Description: This class will cover what the Drug Unit and Toxicology Unit does with the evidence once it is submitted to the OSBI, proper packaging and submission for both units.  Then the officers will go into each lab and work a mock case with an analyst. Space is limited, 20 seats available per session. (this is due to the number of criminalist we have available to work with the officers in the lab) Contact for enrollment is Melissa Cavazos, Melissa.Cavazos@osbi.ok.gov, 405-715-9506.

 

Date: October 19, 2021 

Time: 0900 to 1630 hours

Location:  Forensic Science Center

                800 E. 2nd

               Edmond, OK  73034

CLEET Hours: 8

CLEET Catalog Number: 19-0452

Cost: FREE

 

 

 

 

                                                       AGENCY INFORMATION 

 Melissa Cavazos

  Melissa.Cavazos@osbi.ok.gov

  405-715-9506

 


 

Effective Crime Scene Reporting

 

Description: This course is designed for any sworn/civilian personnel involved in evidence recovery and preservation efforts. Presented materials and practical exercises are designed to strengthen your everyday and forensic reporting skills.

 

Date: October 20, 2021

Time: 0800-1600

Location: Norman Police Investigations Center
                1507 W Lindsey St.
                Norman, OK 73069
CLEET Hours: 8
CLEET Catalog Number: 20-2180
Cost: $150.00 ($125.00 if 3 or more from same agency)

 

Course Flyer

 

AGENCY INFORMATION
Katherine Demaray
Katherine.demaray@normanok.gov
405-366-5211


 

Autism Spectrum Disorder and Law Enforcement

 

 

Description:

Obtain knowledge about autism spectrum disorder and ways to handle contacts.  Topics covered include; what is autism spectrum disorder, recognizing autism spectrum disorder, de-escalation techniques, tantrums vs. meltdowns, interviewing, and more.

 

 

Date:

October 20, 2021

Time:

0800-1700

Location:

117 E 1st, Watonga, OK 73772

 

CLEET Hours:

8hrs

CLEET Catalog Number:

21-2264

Cost

Free

     

                                             AGENCY INFORMATION

 

Contact Name:

MSgt. Cory Sutton

Contact Email Address:

sutton42@ou.edu

Contact Phone Number:

405-740-1645

 


 

 Advanced Law Enforcement Driver Training

 

Description: This is a one day- 8 hour course designed to update law enforcement personnel with the knowledge of the legal aspects of law enforcement driving plus update them with the knowledge and skills unique to handling a vehicle in non-emergency mode, emergency mode and pursuit mode.

 

Prerequisite: Basic Law Enforcement Driver Training Course.

 

Date:  October 21, 2021

Time:            8am-5pm

Location:  OSU-OKC, 3501 W. Reno, OKC, Ok  73107

CLEET Hours: 8 hours

CLEET Catalog Number:     21-0016

Cost:     Call for pricing/ possible funding by OMAG

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Joy Kleman

Joy.kleman@okstate.edu

405-945-3208 or 405-945-3285

  


 

Mental Health First Aid Safety

 

Description:  Mental Health First Aid Public Safety teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. this training gives you hte skills you need to reach out and provide initial support to someone who may be bedeloping a mental health or sustance use problem and help connect them to the appropiate care. It focuses on the unique experianceces and needs of public safety personnel and its a valuable resource that can make a difference in their lives, their coworkers' and families' lives and the communities they serve. 

 

Date: 10/21/2021

Time: 8am-5pm

Location:  Tri County Tech     (Cherokee Room)

                 610 Nowata Road

                 Bartlesville, OK. 74006

CLEET Hours: 8 Hours / 2 MH

CLEET Catalog Number: 20-2361

Cost: 0

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

rlboals@cityofbartlesville.org

BPDTraining@cityofbartlesville.org

918-338-4052

 


 

Understanding Mental Illness, Effective Responses & Community Resources & Question, Persuade, & Refer 

 

 

Description: See attached.

 

Date: October 21, 2021

Time: 9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Location: OCCC Campus - Keith Leftwich Memorial Library

CLEET Hours: 6 (these are MH hours)

CLEET Catalog Number: 20-1087 and 19-1088

Cost: No Cost - limited to 35 participants

 

 

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMARION

Sgt. Austin Slaten

austin.l.slaten@occc.edu

405-682-1611 ext. 7322

 


 

Evidence and Storage Management: Operations and Best Practices

 

Description: This seminar is designed for both civilian/sworn personnel with custodial duties and those responsible for the management of these functions.

Presented materials can identify employable options to preserve evidence integrity from unwarranted courtroom challenges.

 

Date:  October 21-22, 2021

Time: 0800-1600

Location: Norman Police Investigations Center

                1507 W. Lindsey St., Norman, OK. 73069

CLEET Hours: 16

CLEET Catalog Number: 20-1308

Cost:  $250.00  ($225.00 if 3 or more from same agencies)

 

 

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMARION

Katherine Demaray

Katherine.demaray@normanok.gov

405-366-5211

 

Register at: www.on-targetsolutionsgroup.com

 


 

Oklahoma Law Enforcement Lever Action Carbine Instructor AND Operator School

 

 

Description:

This class will allow Oklahoma Law Enforcement personnel the training necessary to utilize a lever action carbine for duty and personal defense.

 

Course Overview:

This class allows students to explore the capabilities of both themselves and their lever action carbines through practical exercises related to their duties as a peace officer.

 

At the end of the course:

Students will understand the strengths and limitations of the lever action carbine for duty use. Students should be able to incorporate the concepts they learn into their professional duties and private lives.

 

 Course Topics:

Firearms safety rules                           Handling skills                                                                   Buckhorn Sights – Traditional & Semi

History                                               Stoppage drills                                                                  Slings

Advantages                                        Maintenance                                                                     Instructor Candidate Requirements

Disadvantages                                   Shooting drills – Mandatory & Optional                                Operator Candidate Requirements

 

                                               

Dates & Times:                 10/23/2021         8AM to 9PM

                                         10/24/2021         8AM to 5PM

Location:                           Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office Range

           4001 N Air Depot Blvd, Oklahoma City, OK 73145

CLEET Hours:                     19

CLEET Catalog Number:     21-2664 

Cost:                                  Free

 

To Register Visit:             Click Here

 

 

Contact one of the following persons for additional information:

Don Sweger                                                       Todd Young

918-261-3151                                                     580-320-9939

dsweger@cityofguthrie.com                      tyoung@pontotoccountysheriff.com

  


 

Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training

 

Description: The Crisis Intervention Team program is a community effort partnering both police officers and the community together for common goals of safety, understanding and service to individuals with mental illness and their families. Officers participate in a 5-day, 40-hour CIT training program. The professional provider community has recognized the need and efficacy of the CIT program and has partnered with law enforcement in providing the most effective training material possible. The training program consists of several classes taught by a variety of instructors including a Psychiatrist, a Substance Abuse Specialist, Social Workers, Police Officers and representatives from NAMI. Panel discussions with service providers from the Community Mental Health Centers are also included. This training prepares officers to safely de-escalate a crisis, determine the need for emergency treatment and get the consumer to professional treatment as quickly as possible.

 

 

Date: October 25-29, 2021

 

Please Register here:

http://registration.xenegrade.com/odmhsastraininginstitute/coursedisplay.cfm?schID=3581

 

Time:  0800-1700
LocationOU College of Pharmacy Building room 101

                     1110 N Stonewall Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73117

CLEET Hours:  40

CLEET Catalog Number: OS-3669

Cost: 0

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Tania Woods

  twoods@odmhsas.org

405-248-9190

  


 

GLOCK Armorer

 

Description: AC - ARMORERS COURSE (1 DAY)

Learn how to safely use and maintain your weapon in a one day (8 hour) class.

To be eligible to take the Armorers Course you must be an active/retired law enforcement or military officer, private security, GLOCK Stocking Dealer/Range Program Employee or current GSSF member

 

 

Date:            10/28/2021

Time:           08:00-17:00

Location:  Mannford Activity Center, 100 Cimarron Avenue, Mannford, OK 74044

CLEET Hours: 8

CLEET Catalog Number:   OS-0165 

Cost:    $250

 

 

  

AGENCY INFORMATION

   Lt. Justin Porter, Mannford Police Department

   jdporter@cityofmannford.net (preferred)

  918-865-4141

 


 

TRAFFIC STOPS; SIMULATOR BASED SHOOTING DECISIONS

 

Description: 

Students will learn the appropriate use of force through realistic, real-life scenarios. Utilizing the TI Training: Use of Force Training Simulator. The training simulator is a high definition video system on three screens, combined with high-tech weapon simulation. The TI Simulator will cause the student to become immersed into the scene which will increase heart rate, breathing and emotional level as you learn how to properly deal with potentially dangerous situations. Simulations can include highly charged/graphic scenarios and potentially offensive language. The training simulator is also equipped with a “shoot back cannon” allowing the Instructor to fire foam bullets at the trainee in an as close to possible environment to simulate being fired upon in the field. Training room is large enough to use a patrol vehicle inside. Training also includes roleplay scenarios. This course includes roleplay, Force-on-Force, and hands on concepts to traffic stops.

 

Classroom instruction will include a detailed look at the Federal/State Use of Deadly Force, as well as landmark court rulings which gives law enforcement the courts opinions on the interpretation of these laws. The classroom instruction will also include instruction on mental/physical preparation for violent use of force encounters.

 

Required information for Attendees: TI Simulator utilizes a Glock 22 handgun, AR-15 rifle, flashlight, Taser X26, X2, and OC spray all with IR laser modifications and CO2 for felt recoil. Students should attend this class in their normal patrol uniform to include ballistic vest and complete duty belt for a realistic training experience. Class limited to max 12 students.  

**Must contact Northwest Technology Center at 580-327-0344 to be enrolled or aflynt@nwtech.edu

Date:  October 28th, 2021

Time: 830a.m.-4:30p.m.

Location: Northwest Technology Center; 1801 South 11th Street, Alva Oklahoma

CLEET Hours: 8 hours mandatory training + 2-hour mental health training

CLEET Catalog Number:     19-3764

Cost:     FREE

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Angie Flynt - Northwest Technology Center

                aflynt@nwtech.edu              

                 580.327.0403                 

 


 

Working with the Media

Public Relations in the 21st Century

 

Course Overview:

During times of crisis or mass law enforcement/public safety event, it is imperative that agencies communicate quickly and provide realistic, transparent, and honest information to the community and work cooperatively with the news media to facilitate the flow of fact-driven information on a timely basis. Providing the community information in an authentic and transparent way, builds trust and promotes your agencies professional image. Public safety cannot succeed without the support of their community.

This course will teach students how to work cooperatively with the media and how to create their own social media content to highlight their agency and community. Of course, there is bad news too. Our experts will teach techniques that will empower you to display leadership and accountability even during difficult times. 

At the end of this course, students will understand:

How to master an interview

  • We will teach you how to create your own “Talking Points” to help supply the right information and how to anticipate questions so you will not deviate from your message.

Social media and community involvement 

  • Social media has not only changed law enforcement, but it has also drastically changed the landscape of mainstream media. As the Public Information Officer, you have more power than you think you do. We will teach you about community engagement, creating original content, and the importance of not utilizing social media as a one-way push of information. 

What is an open record?

  • We will discuss why it’s important that you MUST supply documents to the media.

Learning what can and should be released

  • We will teach you tips about the process and what needs to be redacted. This will protect you, the investigation, witnesses, and any victims.

Building relationships with your community

  • We will discuss how to build a PIO program on 21st century policing strategies. The overall goal is to create trust and understanding in your community. Transparency will be the core of this course. 

During this training students will participate in “mock interviews” with current and former crime reporters. Come prepared to participate!

 

Date:     10/28/2021
Time:    8:00 AM – 5:00 PM          
Location:      Tri County Tech (Cherokee Room)
                      6101 SE Nowata Rd. Bartlesville, OK 74006
CLEET Hours:         8 hours
CLEET Catalog Number:     21-2021
Cost:     $159 (limited to first 25)

 

To Register: Click Here

 

 

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

Adam Walker

adam@blueline-training.com

(918) 213-9300

 

  Website: https://blueline-training.com

 


 

            Psychological Autopsies as an Investigative Tool               

   

CLEET Catalog #:               19-0673               Continuing Ed Hours:      25       Mental Health Hours:  2 

Date(s):                Thur – Saturday October 28, 29, 30, 2021             Time:     0800-1700

Course Format:  Hybrid.

Course Introduction

This training course is designed to fully prepare the student to utilize the proprietary Psychological Autopsy and Therapeutic Psychological Autopsy protocols developed by the National Crisis Intervention Training Institute.  These death investigation protocols were initially launched in 2009,  and have been continuously refined to their current cutting edge forms, based upon research and case investigative findings.  

NOTE Re: HYBRID FORMAT:  (The first 16 hours of this course are to be attended live via online via webinar (ZOOM) format.  The third day, which involves individual and group skill-building activities, skill competency assessment, evaluation and final examination, are to be completed at a Covid-friendly training site in the Oklahoma City Metroplex, location TBA…unless otherwise arranged with the Instructor.

                                                                 

Course Description

This 25-hour training course is the resulting culmination of 12 years of program development and refinement of practitioners’ skillsets, necessary to conduct Psychological and Therapeutic Psychological Autopsies, in cases where Cause, Mechanism, Mode, Manner, and/or Time of death are questionable.  The theoretical background,  requisite skills, and latest innovative techniques developed by the National Crisis Intervention Training Institute’s Psychological Autopsy Team, are utilized to prepare the student to conduct both Psychological Autopsies and Therapeutic Psychological Autopsies., and intended to complement forensic pathology investigations used by civilian and law enforcement death investigators.  Specific topics covered in this training course include:

  • Typology, Features, Challenges, (et cetera) of various forms of Psychological Autopsies
  • Field Applications of Psychological Autopsy protocols
  • How Psychological Autopsies pick up where forensic medical/legal autopsies leave off
  • Why medical and evidentiary findings are sometimes misleading
  • Determination of Cause, Mechanism, Mode, Manner, and Time of Death Methodology
  • Overview of Suicide Typology
  • Determining motivational intent of the Victim
  • Overlooked, Misunderstood, and Disregarded Manners of Death
  • NCITI Psychological Autopsy and Therapeutic Psychological Autopsy Typology and Protocols
  • NCITI Deductive/Inductive Investigative Processes
  • Geometric Psychology Typology
  • Prerequisite and Requisite Characteristics of Death Investigators
  • Building a Interdisciplinary Psychological Autopsy Team
  • Screening Cases for Eligibility and Appropriateness
  • Guidelines for Congruent Criminal and Civil Death Investigations
  • Playing Well with Others / Deployment of Psychological Autopsy Teams
  • Applicable Crisis Intervention Skills
  • Cognitive Interviewing in Death Investigations
  • NCITI Analytical Skill Development
  • Utilizing Criminal Profiling Techniques in Psychological Autopsies
  • Victimology
  • Victim / Victimizer Relationships
  • Addictive Relationships
  • Sexuality and Death Investigations
  • Staged Death Scenes
  • Suicidology
  • Pre- and Post-Mortem Lethality Assessments
  • First Response to Suicidal Persons and Surviving Parents
  • Applicable Criminal Statutes
  • Online Assisted Suicide and Coerced Suicide
  • Content and Statement Analysis in Death Investigations
  • Complicated Grief

 

Illustrated within actual case presentations, the student will establish a foundation for further building of individual and group investigative techniques.  Also covered are recommended guidelines for assisting and interviewing surviving parents, family members, and other loved ones, and in developing psychological and behavioral profiles of victims, leading up to their deaths. This course is appropriate for law enforcement and civilian death investigators, counselors, therapists, and other clinicians.

Enrollment Instructions

Go to www.NCITI.org.  

At top of the NCITI.org home page, click on “Shop Our Store.”  

Purchase he appropriate length coupon for the course (e.g. 1-Day, 2-day, 3-day, etc.) corresponding with the length of the course you are signing up for.   The respective costs are $25 per training day, including a comprehensive pdf document of the course content, and pdf of blank forms to be utilized in the course training, if applicable.

Immediately send Email to Director Joel Johnson at  JJohnson@NCITI.org indicating which seminar you have signed up for.  Please include your name, rank, and position, and agency name.  Also, please provide your email address and work phone number.

You will receive electronic instructions from NCITI’s Training Coordinator (Barb Johnson) re: 

individual course requirements, log-in instructions, required materials, et cetera.  Please allow up to 24 hours for response from our Training Coordinator.

If you have any questions, please text the Director at 405-543-9221, including your name, agency, best telephone contact number, and purpose of your call.

Cost of Course:                 $75. (Includes the training course, plus a pdf copy of the course PowerPoint presentation., which will be emailed to the student.    An exhaustive training manual in pdf format is available on the third training day for an additional $25 fee).

 


 

Practical Firearms with Force on Force Training

 

Description: Learn the appropriate use of force through realistic, real-life scenarios. Utilizing Use of Force Training Simulator and Simulation handguns for Force on Force training. This course will students to go hands-on with each other for realistic scenario training to learn what works and doesn’t work in potentially dangerous situations.

 

Attendees need to dress comfortably with long pants, hoodie and gloves that can manipulate a handgun. *** $20.00 cost for UTM ammunition used. All other protective equipment will be provided, which includes full head, neck, throat, pelvic protection. Instructor-D.A. Investigator Steve Tanio

**CALL NW TECH AT 580-327-0344 TO ENROLL

 

Date:  November 2, 2021

Time:   0800-1700

Location: Northwest Technology Center, 1801 11th Street, Alva, Oklahoma

CLEET Hours: 8

CLEET Catalog Number:  21-2732  

Cost:     None

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Steve Tanio

Stephen.tanio@dac.state.ok.us

 580-327-0344

 


 

 THE REID TECHNIQUE OF INTERVIEWING & INTERROGATION® 3 Day Basic and 1 Day Advanced Course

  

 

Description

  • 3 day Program:
  • Interpret verbal and non-verbal behavior to assess the credibility of a victim, witness or suspect’s statements
  • How to use behavior provoking questions in the interview process
  • How to use THE REID NINE STEPS OF INTERROGATION® to:
    • Develop interrogation strategies
    • Develop themes (persuasive statements)
    • Develop the alternative question to elicit the first admission
  • Advanced course:
  • An exclusive John E. Reid & Associates presentation. Designed to build on the information provided in the 3 Day Program, particular emphasis is placed on how to elicit information from the suspect during the interview stage that will serve as the basis for developing an individualized interrogational approach, based on the suspect’s profile and characteristics.
  • Handle the more defiant subject and ‘overcome objections’; address the subject’s fears; move past the subject’s denials and motivate the subject to want to tell the truth

 

Location:
Owasso Public Safety Operations and Training Complex, aka Owasso Fire Station #4, 11933 E 116th St N. Collinsville, OK 74021

Date:             November 2-5, 2021

Time:            0800-1500      

CLEET Hours: 24

CLEET Catalog Number:     OS-5232 and OS-4687

 

COURSE FEE

 4 Day Combined   $600.00 per person

3 Day Course        $470.00 per person

1 Day Advanced   $155.00 per person

GSA rates available for Federal employees

 

REGISTER ON-LINE AT WWW.REID.COM

 

Questions? Contact Julie Rock at 855-479-3959 or jrock@reid.com

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

    Sgt. Kenneth Yount

  kyount@cityofowasso.com

  918-376-1586

  


 

Financial Planning & Retirement Readiness

 

 

Description: The presentation contains important financial information for the Law Enforcement professional. In addition to retirement issues, the course speaks to goal setting and decision making, which have significant financial impact during your career as well as preparing you for your job and in your personal finances.

 

SPOUSES ARE WELCOME (Please register them separately)!!!!

 

Course registration: https://tcso.enrollware.com/enroll?id=5239106

 

Date:                                                November 4, 2021

Time:                                                0900 – 1600 Hours

Location:                                          Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office

                                               303 West 1st Street

                                               Tulsa, OK 74103

CLEET Hours:                                      8 hours

CLEET Catalog Number:               21-0817

Cost:                                                 FREE  

Class Limit:                                        20

 

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Bonnie Fidler

   bfidler@tcso.org  (PREFFERED CONTACT METHOD)

918-596-4512

 


 

 SWAT School

 

Description:

The Cleveland Police Department will be hosting Dark Watch Tactical for a SWAT School in the Cleveland, Ok area November 4th-7th,  2021. This course provides skill sets, techniques and tactics that meet modern industry standards as set forth by the National Tactical Officer’s Association and encompasses a wide variety of facets employed by SWAT teams and law enforcement first responders. This course will build the students from the ground up. The course will provide instruction on mission templates and planning, leadership and team structure, single to three or more operator movement, breaching techniques, slow and deliberate/dynamic entry techniques, room clearing, low light techniques, and tactical medicine. Also covered will be combat pistol and rifle shooting, low light shooting, downed officer drills, ballistic shield operation, move/shoot and communicate techniques, less lethal and diversionary device instruction,  full scale warrant service training on multiple structures, vehicle/linear bus assaults, and barricaded subjects. There will also be introductory instruction on hostage rescue. Throughout this school students will be involved in force on force scenario based training. Upon completion of this school the student will have a good understanding of SWAT operations and law enforcement response to critical incidents. This course is also recommended for law enforcement officers and first responders that are not assigned to a SWAT team.

300 rounds pistol/300 rounds rifle

Flashlight (Weapon mounted light preferred)

Gun cleaning kits

 

Date: November 4th-7th, 2021

Time: 0830-1830 (Range day will be approx. 12 hours)                

Location: Cleveland Fire Department

                 201 North Broadway

                 Cleveland, Ok 74020

 

There will be multiple training sites for this course.

 

CLEET Hours: 40

CLEET Catalog Number: 20-1060    

Cost:     $300.00

 

 

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Dustin Hendrix, Owner

Dark Watch Tactical, LLC    

  gang50wapd@gmail.com

  580-821-4586 (Nikki Strange, Manager)

  


 

Interpersonal Skills for Professional Law Enforcement

 

Descrption: The rationale behind this 16 hour course is based upon the need of the average officer to improve their ability to interact with the public. By improving communication officers can reduce the likelihood of unnecessarily escalating situations, creating confusion between officers and the public along with improving the public's confidence in the officer's abilities. The attending officers will have an improved appreciation of their ability to interact with the classroom discussion about improving communication and how the public's perception affects how professional they appear. This course will better prepare officers for interacting in a variety of environments. 

 

Class content:

Styles of communication, improving intellect proactive patrols, increasing productivity, decreasing citizen complaints, improving public interaction, tactics for public contacts, and tips for allegations of racial profiling leadership qualitites.

 

Date: November 8-9, 2021

Time: 0800-1700

Location: Alva Recreation Center

                1801 S. 11th St. 

                Alva, OK.

CLEET Hours: 16

CLEET Catalog Number: 21-3296

Cost: $250

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

John Caviness

ksuwildcats1998@yahoo.com

 

Training provider is Bulue Shield Tactical Ysytems L.L.C.

Students must register at Bluesheldtactical.com

 


 

Field Training Officer

Basic Certification Course

 

 

Course Overview:

It costs agencies thousands of dollars each year to recruit, hire, send trainees to the academy, and then hopefully get them through a field training program. Your agency is probably focused on hiring and training the new officers so they can hit the streets quick. But how much training do your FTOs get? FTOs are often the forgotten group that does the training but never receives any.

We have designed a modern course that puts the development of your FTOs first. They will learn how to be a better trainer, coach, instructor, leader, and mentor all while learning the importance of evaluating and documenting.

This course was designed to develop the critical leadership, interpersonal, and coaching skills needed to work in stressful one-on-one environments. Activities and scenarios will support problem-based learning, critical-thinking, problem solving, and emotional intelligence. No matter what your FTO Program is, this course will meet your development needs.

Course Topics:

  • Review the field training program structures, terminology, documents, and history
  • Clarify the role of the FTO and their impact as a culture setter, role model, and mentor
  • Introduce and discuss adult learning and problem-based learning (PBL)
  • Discuss personality traits and their influence on communication and learning
  • Review ethics, legal issues associated with training liability, EEOC, etc.
  • Recognize and learn methods to overcome trainee stress, avoid conflict, and direct the trainee towards learning using various methods
  • How to apply SEGs during evaluations and documentation that improves trainee performance and protects the agency and FTO

 

Date:     11/8/2021 – 11/12/2021
Time:    8:00 AM – 5:00 PM          
Location:    Tri County Tech (Cherokee Room)
                   6101 SE Nowata Rd. Bartlesville, OK 74006
CLEET Hours:         40 hours
CLEET Catalog Number:     21-2022
Cost:     $435 | Group rate for three or more $399

 

To Register: Click Here

 

 

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Adam Walker

adam@blueline-training.com

(918) 213-9300

 

Website: https://blueline-training.com

  


 

Autism Spectrum Disorder and Law Enforcement

 

 

Description:

Obtain knowledge about autism spectrum disorder and ways to handle contacts.  Topics covered include; what is autism spectrum disorder, recognizing autism spectrum disorder, de-escalation techniques, tantrums vs. meltdowns, interviewing, and more.

Date:

November 10, 2021

Time:

0800-1700

Location:

101 S 4th St, Clinton, OK 73601

CLEET Hours:

8hrs

CLEET Catalog Number:

21-2264

Cost

Free

     
 

                               AGENCY INFORMATION

 

Contact Name:

MSgt. Cory Sutton

Contact Email Address:

sutton42@ou.edu

Contact Phone Number:

405-740-1645

 

 

  Pistol and Rifle Operator Course      

 

 

Description:

Instructor:

Alpha 1 Tactical LLC is a law enforcement owned firearms training company founded by Corporal Latif I. Whitsett who specializes in close quarter tactics.

 

Latif continues to dedicate his law enforcement career to coordinating, facilitating and instructing peace officers, corrections and security personnel.

 

After over ten years with the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office, Latif currently holds the rank of Corporal with the Tulsa Housing Authority Unit. In addition, Latif serves as an Assistant Team Leader on the Tulsa county SWAT team.

 

Course Description:

This two day course was designed to transition students from stationary live fire training into effective defensive shooting while utilizing the carbine rifle and semi-automatic pistol. Each student will leave this course with the knowledge, mindset, and techniques needed to survive a deadly force close quarters encounter.

 

DAY 1 - PISTOL OPERATOR COURSE

 

Topics Discussed:

-Combat Mindset

-The OODA Loop Process

-Drawing from Concealment and Holster

-Point vs Precision Shooting

-Retention Techniques

-Clearing Malfunctions under Stress

 -Immediate Action Drills -Shooting on the Move

-Utilizing Cover and Concealment

-After Threat Care

 

 Equipment Needed: 

- Semi-Automatic Pistol

- At least 2 magazines

- Belt mounted, dominant side holster

- Magazine pouches

- Sturdy belt 1.5" preferred

- Footwear suitable for movement and turning

- Hat with a brim

- Eye wear or prescription glasses

- Earmuffs and earplugs

 

Ammunition:

-500 rounds

 

DAY 2 - RIFLE OPERATOR COURSE

 

Some Topics Discussed:

- Combat mindset

- The OODA loop process

- Carbine Overview

- CQB Zeroing Importance

- High Ready VS Low Ready

- Understanding CQB Rifle Holds

- Loading, unloading, reloading and malfunction clearing

- Transitioning Considerations - Shooting on the Move

- After Threat Car

 

Equipment Needed:

- Semi-automatic rifle or carbine with sling

- At least 2 rifle magazines

- Rifle Sling - Magazine pouches

- Handgun - At least 2 handgun magazines

- Belt mounted holster and mag pouches

- Plate carriers are optional

- 1.5 wide belt

 - Hat with a brim

 - Knee and elbow pads

- Eye protection

- Earmuffs and earplugs

- Footwear suitable for movement and turning

 

Ammunition:

- 500 rifle rounds, 150 pistol rounds

 

 

Date: 11/13/2021 - 11/14/2021

Time: 0900-1700 hrs

Location: Snake Creek Shooting Sports – 10700 SH -16, Beggs, OK 74421

CLEET Hours: 16

CLEET Catalog Number: 20-2580

Cost:     $350

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

Latif Whitsett – Alpha 1 Tactical LLC     

   Register at https://alwaysalpha1.com/training/ols/products/two-day-pistol-and-rifle-operator

  Alpha1tactics@gmail.com (email for invoices)

 


 

 Tactics Based Scenario Instructor

 

Description: This course was designed to teach tactics concerning scenario-based training that will improve the overall training experience for any officer. This information can be implemented with an existing tactics program that will take the officer's capability to the next level. We go into details not only about how to interact with the students but as well as how to design scenarios so they are functionally realistic. We focus on safety points of teaching this type of training to reduce liability for the department and instructor. You don’t need a horde of expensive equipment to be able to provide this type of training, but rather the right tools to build a positive training involvement for the officers in your agency. The instructors attending this training will return with not only an in-depth understanding of how to structure scenario-based training, but also with several scenarios already built by their class that will allow them to immediately implement training. The knowledge learned in this course will improve you as an instructor and give you a better understanding of what it takes to have a positive training environment within your department that will save lives and reduce liability..

 

Date: November 15, 16, & 17, 2021

Time: 8:00 AM

Location: Kate Barnard Training Academy

                3300 N. Martin Luther King Ave.

                Oklahoma City, OK. 73111

CLEET Hours: 24

CLEET Catalog Number: 21-1986

Cost:  $450

 

Course Flyer

 

                                                                                                                         

AGENCY INFORMATION

            Ray Beshirs           

 Blue Shield Tactical

blueshieldtactical@gmail.com

(817) 501-6087

 


 

 Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training

 

Description: The Crisis Intervention Team program is a community effort partnering both police officers and the community together for common goals of safety, understanding and service to individuals with mental illness and their families. Officers participate in a 5-day, 40-hour CIT training program. The professional provider community has recognized the need and efficacy of the CIT program and has partnered with law enforcement in providing the most effective training material possible. The training program consists of several classes taught by a variety of instructors including a Psychiatrist, a Substance Abuse Specialist, Social Workers, Police Officers and representatives from NAMI. Panel discussions with service providers from the Community Mental Health Centers are also included. This training prepares officers to safely de-escalate a crisis, determine the need for emergency treatment and get the consumer to professional treatment as quickly as possible.

 

 

Date: November 15-19, 2021  

 

Please Register here: http://registration.xenegrade.com/odmhsastraininginstitute/coursedisplay.cfm?schID=3681

 

Time:  0800-1700
LocationAllied Health- room 105
                 701 Sammie Davis Jr. Drive, Langston, Ok 73050

CLEET Hours:  40

CLEET Catalog Number: OS-3669

Cost: 0

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

    Tania Woods

  twoods@odmhsas.org

 405-248-9190

  


 

ACTIVE SHOOTER HOSTAGE BASED SCENES

 

Description: 

Students will learn the appropriate use of force through realistic, real-life scenarios. Utilizing the TI Training: Use of Force Training Simulator. The training simulator is a high definition video system on three screens, combined with high-tech weapon simulation. The TI Simulator will cause the student to become immersed into the scene which will increase heart rate, breathing and emotional level as you learn how to properly deal with potentially dangerous situations. Simulations can include highly charged/graphic scenarios and potentially offensive language. The training simulator is also equipped with a “shoot back cannon” allowing the Instructor to fire foam bullets at the trainee in an as close to possible environment to simulate being fired upon in the field. Training room is large enough to use a patrol vehicle inside.

 

Classroom instruction will include a detailed look at the Federal/State Use of Deadly Force, as well as landmark court rulings which gives law enforcement the courts opinions on the interpretation of these laws. The classroom instruction will also include instruction on mental/physical preparation for violent use of force encounters.

 

Required information for Attendees: TI Simulator utilizes a Glock 22 handgun, AR-15 rifle, flashlight, Taser X26, X2, and OC spray all with IR laser modifications and CO2 for felt recoil. Students should attend this class in their normal patrol uniform to include ballistic vest and complete duty belt for a realistic training experience. DUE TO COVID-19 Class limited to max 10 students.

**Must contact Northwest Technology Center at 580-327-0344 to be enrolled or aflynt@nwtech.edu

Date:  November 18th, 2021

Time: 830a.m.-4:30p.m.

Location: Northwest Technology Center; 1801 South 11th Street, Alva Oklahoma

CLEET Hours: 8 hours mandatory training + 2 hour mental health training

CLEET Catalog Number:     19-3762

Cost:     FREE

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

Angie Flynt - Northwest Technology Center

     aflynt@nwtech.edu       

            580.327.0403                

 


 

Instructor Basic Instructor Development

 

Instructors: Earl Morrison and Tami Terneus

 

Date: November 18, 2021

Time: 8:00 - 5:00

Location: CLEET

                 2401 Egypt Road

                 Ada, OK. 74820

CLEET Hours: 8

CLEET Catalog Number: CL-0672

 

To Register: Contact tami.terneus@cleet.state.ok.us for an application.

 

Application deadline is  November 12, 2021.

 

 

Applicants must have completed Basic Instructor Development 2 years prior to application submission. 

Participants who successfully pass this phase of IBID are required to attend the Basic Instructor Development

being held Nov. 29-Dec. 3, 2021 at CLEET in Ada to complete their apprenticeship phase. 

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

Earl Morrison

405-239-5145

 


 

  Recruiting and Applicant Background Investigations

 

Description: Participants will leave with the skills and knowledge of the importance of not

only recruiting but also retention of quality personnel. It is just as important to

keep the best people as it is to hire quality personnel. An organizational

assessment should be the first step in the process and the need to break the cycle

of mediocrity.

 

Background investigators will leave with the knowledge of their role in the

selection process, the legal aspects of the background investigation, background

interview sources of information and preparing the investigation report.

Background investigations affect the future of an organization in many ways, thus

selection practices are vital to ensuring that future law enforcement employees

and supervisors are suited for the variety of duties expected from the populations

they serve. This course will provide techniques, procedures and sample forms for

the background investigator.

 

 

Date: November 22-23, 2021

Time:  8:00am – 4:00pm both days

Location:  Bartlesville Police Department 615 S Johnstone Ave, Bartlesville, OK 74003

CLEET Hours:  16

CLEET Catalog Number: 21-0014

Cost: $250.00 ($225.00 if 3 or more from same agency)

 

 

www.on-targetsolutionsgroup.com 

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Gregory Anderson

  greg.anderson@on-targetsolutionsgroup.com  

815-545-1609

 


 

Basic Instructor Development

 

 

Instructors: Earl Morrison and Tami Terneus

 

Date: November 29 - December 3, 2021

Times: 0800-1700

Location:  CLEET

                2401 Egypt Road

                Ada, OK. 74820

CLEET Hours: 40

CLEET Catalog Number: CL-0265

 

The pre-requisite - individual has to be an active, full-time peace officer, 2 years past their certification date.   

 

Class limit is 24.

 

 

To Register: alysha.maxwell@cleet.state.ok.us

 

 

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Earl Morrison

405-239-5145

  


 

Law Enforcement Handcuffing        

 

Description: Learn basic handcuffing philosophies and techniques used by law enforcement personnel, such as speed cuffing and partner cuffing/restraint methods typically used in felony take-down situations. You will be exposed to multiple handcuff application and removal techniques. Liability and relevant case law will also be covered.

 

Date: 12/1/21

Time: 6p-10p          

Location: Tulsa Tech Peoria, 3850 N. Peoria, Tulsa, OK

CLEET Hours:  4

CLEET Catalog Number:  20-1602    

Cost:     $35

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

    David Karleskint        

 david.karleskint@tulsatech.edu 

  918-828-2035

 


 

 Introduction to Drug Analysis and Toxicology

 

Description: This class will cover what the Drug Unit and Toxicology Unit does with the evidence once it is submitted to the OSBI, proper packaging and submission for both units.  Then the officers will go into each lab and work a mock case with an analyst. Space is limited, 20 seats available per session. (this is due to the number of criminalist we have available to work with the officers in the lab) Contact for enrollment is Melissa Cavazos, Melissa.Cavazos@osbi.ok.gov, 405-715-9506.

 

Date:  December 1, 2021

Time: 0900 to 1630 hours

Location:  Forensic Science Center

                800 E. 2nd

                Edmond, OK  73034

CLEET Hours: 8

CLEET Catalog Number: 19-0452

Cost: FREE

 

 

 

 AGENCY INFORMATION 

 Melissa Cavazos 

 Melissa.Cavazos@osbi.ok.gov 

 405-715-9506

 


   

Use of Force from the Street to the Courtroom 

 

Description: This course has been designed for the average police officer to have a better understanding of the details needed that are missed in most response to resistance reports. The students will also learn courtroom testimony skills that will assist them to be better witness attending this course, and be able to document those decisions in their reports This course delves into the process after force has been used on the street and covers aspects of internal affairs procedures, training, and OIS incidents.

 

Class content: 

Reasonable force vs excessive force

Court case review

Details missing in most reports

Types of resistance levels of officer control

Responses by officers both mentally and physically

Group discussion and scenario based class participation

Common terms used in reports

How to document use of force

Suggestions for officer involved shootings

Hollywood v. reality courtroom testimony

 

Date: December 2, 2021
Time: 0800-1700
Location: Alva Recreation Center
                1801 S. 11th. St.
                Alva, OK. 73717
CLEET Hours: 8
CLEET Catalog Number: 21-3295
Cost: $149

 

AGENCY INFORMATION
John Caviness

ksuwildcats1998@yahoo.com

Training provider is Bulue Shield Tactical Ysytems L.L.C.
Students must register at Bluesheldtactical.com


 Financial Planning & Retirement Readiness

 

Description: The presentation contains important financial information for the Law Enforcement professional. In addition to retirement issues, the course speaks to goal setting and decision making, which have significant financial impact during your career as well as preparing you for your job and in your personal finances. SPOUSES ARE WELCOME!!!!!!!!!

Date: 12-2-2021
Time: 09:00 A.M
Location: Tecumseh Church of God (Just west of the Police Dept), 210 W Washington, Tecumseh,Ok 74873
CLEET Hours: 8 
CLEET Catalog Number: 21-0817
Class Limit: 50
Instructor: Ken Stafford

 AGENCY INFORMATION
Julie Tucker
Julie@amgpps.com
(918) 740-3079


Report Writing – Preparing Reports for Criminal Prosecution

 

Description: 
This course will be a four-hour CLEET continuing education course intended for Certified Peace Officers. The course will cover various topics related to writing credible, clear, and effective reports. Information will be presented in a lecture environment. Information will be presented to attendees regarding where the report begins and ends. Often in Law Enforcement the report begins well before law enforcement becomes involved. The course will cover formatting tips for ODIS reports and criminal affidavits.  

 

Attendees will learn how to search for elements of crimes, the jury instructions for crimes, and what Prosecutors expect when criminal reports are submitted to them for prosecution.

**Must contact Northwest Technology Center at 580-327-0344 to be enrolled or aflynt@nwtech.edu

Date: December 6th, 2021

Time: 1:00p.m.-5:00p.m.

Location:      Northwest Technology Center;

1801 South 11th, Alva, Oklahoma 

CLEET Hours: 4 hours mandatory training

CLEET Catalog Number:     20-2581 

Cost:     FREE

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Angie Flynt - Northwest Technology Center

          aflynt@nwtech.edu          

       580.327.0344       

         


 

Basic Instructor Development

 

 

Instructor: Steven Lanier

Required: Two years fulltime certification as a full-time peace officer. 

 

Date: December 6 - 10, 2021

Times: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Location: Norman Invesigation Center

                1507 Linsey Street

                Norman, OK. 73072

CLEET Hours: 40

CLEET Catalog Number: CL-0265

 

Register: alysha.maxwell@cleet.state.ok.us

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATON

Brandon Wansick

405-321-1444 

  


 

 TRAFFIC STOPS; SIMULATOR BASED SHOOTING DECISIONS

 

Description: 

Students will learn the appropriate use of force through realistic, real-life scenarios. Utilizing the TI Training: Use of Force Training Simulator. The training simulator is a high definition video system on three screens, combined with high-tech weapon simulation. The TI Simulator will cause the student to become immersed into the scene which will increase heart rate, breathing and emotional level as you learn how to properly deal with potentially dangerous situations. Simulations can include highly charged/graphic scenarios and potentially offensive language. The training simulator is also equipped with a “shoot back cannon” allowing the Instructor to fire foam bullets at the trainee in an as close to possible environment to simulate being fired upon in the field. Training room is large enough to use a patrol vehicle inside. Training also includes roleplay scenarios. This course includes roleplay, Force-on-Force, and hands on concepts to traffic stops.

 

Classroom instruction will include a detailed look at the Federal/State Use of Deadly Force, as well as landmark court rulings which gives law enforcement the courts opinions on the interpretation of these laws. The classroom instruction will also include instruction on mental/physical preparation for violent use of force encounters.

 

Required information for Attendees: TI Simulator utilizes a Glock 22 handgun, AR-15 rifle, flashlight, Taser X26, X2, and OC spray all with IR laser modifications and CO2 for felt recoil. Students should attend this class in their normal patrol uniform to include ballistic vest and complete duty belt for a realistic training experience. Class limited to max 12 students.  

**Must contact Northwest Technology Center at 580-327-0344 to be enrolled or aflynt@nwtech.edu

Date: December 8th, 2021

Time: 830a.m.-4:30p.m.

Location: Northwest Technology Center; 1801 South 11th Street, Alva Oklahoma

CLEET Hours: 8 hours mandatory training + 2-hour mental health training

CLEET Catalog Number:     19-3764

Cost:     FREE

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Angie Flynt - Northwest Technology Center

               aflynt@nwtech.edu            

                   580.327.0403                 

 


  Positional Asphyxia and Excited Delirium

 

 

Description: Police response to excited delirium events

 

Date: December 8, 2021

Time:  0800-1000 am

Location:  Broken Arrow Police Training Center 4205 E Omaha Str. Broken Arrow, Ok 74014

CLEET Hours:  2

CLEET Catalog Number:  #20-1916

Cost: FREE

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Captain Deidre Hughes  

 dhughes@brokenarrowok.gov (register seat at this email)

  918-451-8200 ext. 8720

 


 

  Positional Asphyxia and Excited Delirium

 

 

Description: Police response to excited delirium events

 

Date: Wednesday December 8th, 2021

Time:  0800-1000 am

Location:  Broken Arrow Police Training Center 4205 E Omaha Str. Broken Arrow, Ok 74014

CLEET Hours:  2

CLEET Catalog Number:  #20-1916

Cost: FREE

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Captain Deidre Hughes  

dhughes@brokenarrowok.gov (register seat at this email)

  918-451-8200 ext. 8720

  


 

 Knife Defense Instructor

 

Description: The threat of a knife attack is a serious encounter for any member of law enforcement, with potentially deadly consequences for the officer. There are knife defense courses available that don't focus on the reality of an attack. The techniques in this course are practical and realistic for attacks that officers have experienced in the field. This course is not one of those courses where we tell you won't get cut or stabbed during a spontaneous attack, but we will give you the most practical defense to survive an attack. We as police officers go into homes each day where a knife will be present. The knife is easily concealable and easily deployed by an attacker with little effort. We've developed a course we know will increase the chances of the officer surviving one of these attacks and look forward to sharing that knowledge with you as an instructor. We also share our award-winning teaching methods within this course that will improve you as an instructor. The students attending this course will receive an illustrated instructor manual along with a free instructor tactical t-shirt. 

 

Class content:

Movement to avoid attack

Block strikes

Body language of an attack

Spontaneous attack defense

Overhead attack defense

Straight stab defense

Slice attack defense

Underhand attack defense

Ground attack defense

Weapon transition drills

2 year instructor cerification

Instructor manual

Teaching methods

Free instructor phone & email support

Instructor t-shirt included.

 

Date: December 13 -14, 2021

Time: 0800-1700

Location: Alva Recreation Center

                1887  Goldbug Blvd

                Alva, OK. 73717

CLEET Hours: 16

CLEET Catalog Number: 21-3297

Cost: $275

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

John Caviness

ksuwildcats1998@yahoo.com

 

Training provider is Bulue Shield Tactical Ysytems L.L.C.

Students must register at Bluesheldtactical.com

 


 

  Field Training Officer (FTO) Course

 

Description: The Yukon Police Department will be offering a FTO Course from December 13th to 15th, 2021.  This course is CLEET accredited for twenty-four (24)

hours of Continuing Education Training and will cover the following topics:

  • Overview of the Field Training Program
  • How to report fair and objective information about the trainee.
  • Learning to identify the trainee’s skill, knowledge, attitude, and ability levels.
  • Documentation of the trainee’s progress and/or lack of progress.
  • Providing training which is standardized, valid, and job related.
  • Documentation of remediation efforts
  • Evaluation of trainees
  • Determining when to retain, extend, or terminate the trainee.
  • Many other areas pertinent to the FTO process
  • 20 seats maximum, registration deadline is December 3, 2021 @ 1700

 

Date:             December 13th – 15th, 2021

Time:            0800-1700 each day

Location:      Yukon Police Department, 100 South Ranchwood Blvd, Yukon, OK  73099

CLEET Hours:         24

CLEET Catalog Number:     20-1220

Cost:     $150.00

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Sgt. Mike Stilley

  mstilley@cityofyukonok.gov

  (405)350-8946

 


 

 PATROL SHOOTING ENCOUNTERS AND DECISIONS

 

Description: Students will learn the appropriate use of force through realistic, real-life scenarios. Utilizing the TI Training: Use of Force Training Simulator. The training simulator is a high definition video system on three screens, combined with high-tech weapon simulation. The TI Simulator will cause the student to become immersed into the scene which will increase heart rate, breathing and emotional level as you learn how to properly deal with potentially dangerous situations. Simulations can include highly charged/graphic scenarios and potentially offensive language. The training simulator is also equipped with a “shoot back cannon” allowing the Instructor to fire foam bullets at the trainee in an as close to possible environment to simulate being fired upon in the field. Training room is large enough to use a patrol vehicle inside.

 

Classroom instruction will include a detailed look at the Federal/State Use of Deadly Force, as well as landmark court rulings which gives law enforcement the courts opinions on the interpretation of these laws. The classroom instruction will also include instruction on mental/physical preparation for violent use of force encounters.

 

Required information for Attendees: TI Simulator utilizes a Glock 22 handgun, AR-15 rifle, flashlight, Taser X26, X2, and OC spray all with IR laser modifications and CO2 for felt recoil. Students should attend this class in their normal patrol uniform to include ballistic vest and complete duty belt for a realistic training experience. DUE TO COVID-19 Class limited to max 10 students.

**Must contact Northwest Technology Center at 580-327-0344 to be enrolled or aflynt@nwtech.edu

Date:  December 16th, 2021

Time: 830a.m.-4:30p.m.

Location: Northwest Technology Center; 1801 South 11th Street, Alva Oklahoma

CLEET Hours: 8 hours mandatory training + 2-hour mental health training

CLEET Catalog Number:     19-3763

Cost:     FREE

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Angie Flynt - Northwest Technology Center

             aflynt@nwtech.edu           

              580.327.0403                

 


 

 De-escalation Instructor

 

Description: This course focuses on a real-world approach to communicating tactfully, which will allow you as an instructor to provide a baseline for your officers that will reduce liability, promote a professional image, build a rapport, and even save lives. This training is a hands on scenario based course that gets you as the instructor involved in classroom participation that will provide results. This instructor course delivers to you the necessary skills of persuasion that you can demonstrate to your officers. The course is a necessity for any law enforcement agency looking to expand on the ever changing expectations of communication. The strategies from this course will provide you with an effective blueprint to solve potentially unreceptive situations before they erupt. These are techniques every officer should have as a resource.

 

Class content:

Promoting a professional image

 Building a rapport reducing department liability

Effecting behavior of others

Understanding tactical communication

Group scenarios

Communication strategies

Training material provided

24 hour instructor course

2 year certification

Cost: $325.00 per student

 

 

Date: December 20th – 22nd 2021

Time: 0800-1700    

Location: Alva Recreation Center

                1801 South 11th Street Alva, OK 73717

CLEET Hours: 24 Hours

CLEET Catalog Number: OS-3559

Cost:  $325

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  John Caviness

  ksuwildcats1998@yahoo.com

 

Training Provider is Blue Shield Tactical Systems LLC.

Students must register at Blueshieldtactical.com

  


 

 FBI-LEEDA – Media and Public Relations

 

Hosted by: Sheriff Chris West and the Canadian County Sheriff’s Office

Description: FBI-LEEDA is pleased to present a 4½-day course on media and public relations. Police cannot succeed without the support of the community they are sworn to protect. The image of an agency as a professional and ethical organization is vitally important. This course will guide the participants to promoting a consistent and positive public image of the department, enabling the community to perceive their police as a transparent organization they can depend on and trust. There are three key opinion influencers; participants will learn how each can positively or negatively affect public opinion. Students will participate in media training with numerous desktop and on-camera exercises. Topics covered include; image, branding and perception, the media’s role in public opinion, managing social media communications, interview preparation and principles for communicating in a crisis event.

Register online at www.fbileeda.org or call 877-772-7712 for more information.

 

Date: May 9-13, 2022

Time:    0830-1630

Location:   El Reno Public Safety Complex      
                            2707 Faith Ave

                  El Reno, OK  73036

CLEET Hours:   24

CLEET Catalog Number:  20-2647

Cost:  $695.00

 

Course Flyer

 

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Lt. Mike Patswald

       Patswaldm@ccsheriff.net

  405-596-9013  

 


 

 FBI - LEEDA Supervisor Leadership Institute

 

Description: see attached

 

Date: November 14-18, 2022

Time: 8:30 to 4:00

Location: OCCC Campus - Keith Leftwich Memorial Library

CLEET Hours: 28

CLEET Catalog Number: OS 2549

Cost: $695.00

 

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

Sgt. Austin Slaten

austin.l.slaten@occc.edu

405-682-1611 Ext. 7322

 


 FBI - LEEDA Command Leadership Institute

 

Description: see attached

Date: December 12-16, 2022
Time: 8:30 to 4:00
Location: OCCC Campus - Keith Leftwich Memorial Library
CLEET Hours: 28
CLEET Catalog Number: OS 2307
Cost: $695.00

  

Course Flyer 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION
Sgt. Austin Slaten
austin.l.slaten@occc.edu
405-682-1611 Ext. 7322


 Rail Car Incident Response

 

Description: 8-hour, DHS/FEMA-certified, tuition-free, awareness-level course developed to educate rural emergency responders on freight rail car incidents involving hazardous materials. Because most freight rail traffic traverses’ rural areas, it is imperative that rural responders, especially those in resource limited areas, understand the dangers and other unique hazards these incidents present. Safeguards are commonly implemented to prevent hazardous materials from causing harm under normal transportation, storage, handling, and use. If any of these safeguards are circumvented, there is potential for great harm. Upon completion of this course, participants will be better prepared to respond to a freight rail car incident without endangering the

health and safety of responders. 

 

REGISTRATION: Must be completed using link on the flyer.

 

Date: January 18th, 2022

Time: 8:00am – 5:00pm

Location:      Northwest Technology Center

                     1801 11th St.

                     Alva, OK 73717

CLEET Hours: 8

CLEET Catalog Number:     21-3447

Cost:     FREE

 

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Officer Lloyd Cross

  Lloyd.cross@cherokee-ok.us

  580-596-3327

 


 Basic Law Enforcement Driver Training

 

Description: This 5-day Law Enforcement Driving Course is designed to provide law enforcement personnel with the basic knowledge of the legal aspects of law enforcement driving and acquire the knowledge of desirable law enforcement driving behaviors. The student will be exposed to a variety of courses designed specifically for the law enforcement driver. Classroom instruction and practical exercises are used during the training. 

Prerequisite: Law enforcement personnel only.

 

Date: February 7-11, 2022

Time:            8am-5pm, one evening drive

Location:  OSU-OKC, 3501 W. Reno, OKC, Ok  73107

CLEET Hours: 45 hours

CLEET Catalog Number:     21-0017

Cost:     Call for pricing/ possible funding by OMAG

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Joy Kleman

  Joy.kleman@okstate.edu

  405-945-3208 or 405-945-3285

 


 

 Crisis Management for School Based Incidents for Key Decision Makers

 

Description: Rural schools, law enforcement, other emergency responders, and community

stakeholders are often limited in their access to resources, so it is imperative that all potentially affected parties collaborate in planning, preparation, communication, response, and recovery in the event of a school-based incident. Moreover, these affected parties must come together to practice their interoperable skills through drills and exercises to ensure the strategies in place provide for an effective crisis response and collaborative recovery. With the intent of building upon the foundation of AWR148 and utilizing an all-hazards approach, this two-day course will provide content instruction, develop concept-specific skills, and provide opportunities for law enforcement, school personnel, and community stakeholders to collaboratively apply the course

objectives in scenario-based applications.

REGISTRATION: Must be completed using link on flyer.

 

Date: July 27th & 28th, 2022

Time: 8:00am – 4:00pm each day

Location:      Northwest Technology Center

                     1801 11th St.

                     Alva, OK 73717

CLEET Hours: 16

CLEET Catalog Number:     21-3448

Cost:     FREE

 

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION 

     Officer Lloyd Cross

  Lloyd.cross@cherokee-ok.us

580-596-3327

 


 FBI - LEEDA Executive Leadership Institute

 

Description: see attached

Date: January 30-February 3, 2023
Time: 8:30 to 4:00
Location: OCCC Campus - Keith Leftwich Memorial Library
CLEET Hours: 28
CLEET Catalog Number: OS 0937
Cost: $795.00

  

Course Flyer

 

AGENCY INFORMATION
Sgt. Austin Slaten

austin.l.slaten@occc.edu
405-682-1611 Ext. 7322

 

 


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