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

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

CLEET Rule 390:25-1-8 provides:  "Regarding any law enforcement concepts, practices, methods, techniques, products, or devices as might be taught, promoted, or otherwise espoused in outside schools or seminars, there is no intent, expressed or implied, that 'accreditation' indicates or in any way conveys 'CLEET approval' of such concepts, practices,
methods, techniques, products, or devices, unless such approval is explicitly stated by CLEET." To request to have your agency's CLEET accredited Continuing Education Classes posted on this page, fill out the Posting Request Form and e-mail it to the address in the form. 


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

 
 Basic Life SupportDescription:2 yr. certification in adult/child/infant CPR/AED/First Aid

Date: 3rd Thursday of every month (can also schedule classes for other days and travel to specified  location)
Time: 1000 to 1400 hours
Location: Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences
                  1111 West 17th St.
                  Tulsa, OK
CLEET Hours: 4
CLEET Catalog Number: 14-1674
Cost: $10.00 per person (LE and security only)
 
AGENCY INFORMATION
918-625-8592 
 
 


   Introduction to Active Attack and Integrated Response

 

Description:  This course is a 4 hour introduction to the Active Attack Integrate Response course offered through ALERRT.  This course will have both lecture and demonstration of how to respond to an attack and how to form a rescue task force. (Please see attached PDF to register with OSU Fire Training and to gain access to the military base.)

 

Date: February 16th and February 17th (either day)

Time: 16th – 1pm;  17th- 8am

Location: Destry Horton Fire School – Ft. Sill, Oklahoma

CLEET Hours: 4

CLEET Catalog Number:    19-1126

Cost:     Free

 

Course Flyer

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Bill Worden

  bworden@logancountyso.org

  405-226-3404

 

 


 De-escalation

 

Description: This course is free and open to all Oklahoma Peace Officers. The training will help officers in dealing with volatile situations where subjects are behaving erratically and dangerously but do not possess a firearm.

 

Date: 2/19 & 2/20/2019

Time:0800-1200      

Location: Blackwell Event Center 800 S. Main St. Blackwell, OK 74631

CLEET Hours: 4 (2 MH)

CLEET Catalog Number: 18-3383   

Cost: Free    

 

 Below 100

 

Description: This course is free and open to all Oklahoma Peace Officers.  The training was developed in an attempt to reduce In the Line of Duty Deaths.  Participants will identify the leading causes and current trends in preventable line of duty deaths and injuries.

 

Date: 2/19 & 2/20/2019

Time:1300-1700      

Location: Blackwell Event Center 800 S. Main St. Blackwell, OK 74631

CLEET Hours: 4

CLEET Catalog Number: 17-1327   

Cost: Free    

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Lt. John Mitchell    

  jmitchell@blackwellok.org

 (580) 363-5490

 


 A.R.I.D.E

 

Description:

A Training Option Bridging the GAP between SFST and DRE

ARIDE is a 16-hour training course and is taught by DRE instructors. The following summarizes the sessions contained in the ARIDE course:

Introduction and Overview of Drugs and Highway Safety

SFST Update, Review and Proficiency Examination

Observations of Eyes and other Sobriety Tests to Detect Alcohol and Drug Impairment

Seven Drug Categories

Effects of Drug Combinations

Pre- and Post-Arrest Procedures

The training will be conducted under the administration and approval of the DEC/DRE program state coordinator.

The ARIDE-course can be used as an SFST update. This course is designed to build on the Standardized Field Sobriety Test practitioner course. In order for the participant to effectively utilize the information presented in this course, NHTSA has set a prerequisite of SFST proficiency. The participant will receive a short review and update. All participants are required to pass an SFST proficiency evaluation.

REGISTER AT:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/advanced-roadside-impaired-driving-enforcement-aride-el-reno-ok-tickets-53696158656

 

Date: February 20th-21st, 2019

Time: 0800-1700    

Location: Canadian County Sheriff’s Office Training Annex

              201 N. Rock Island

              El Reno, OK 73036

CLEET Hours:16

CLEET Catalog Number: 16-2918   

Cost: FREE    

 

AGENCY INFORMATION
Canadian County Sheriff’s Office
Deputy Kyle Bridges
bridgesk@ccsheriff.net
(405)434-2816

 


Criminal Interdiction 101      

 

Description: In this class students will be introduced to methods used in highway criminal interdiction.  The class will include instruction on each step of the criminal interdiction investigation and related case law. 

 

Date: February 21, 2019

Time: 9:00 am         

Location: Southern Oklahoma Tech Center   2610 Sam Noble Parkway   Ardmore, OK 73401

CLEET Hours:8

CLEET Catalog Number:  18-4013  

Cost:     Free

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

        Kevin McIntire          

kevin.mcintire@dac.state.ok.us

 580-651-2551

  

Practical Firearms Training
 
Description: Learn the appropriate use of force through realistic, real-life scenarios. Utilizing the TI Training: Use of Force Training Simulator; which is a high definition video system on three screens, combined with high-tech weapon simulation. The TI Simulator will increase your heart rate, breathing and emotional level as you learn how to properly deal with potentially dangerous situations. Simulations may include highly charged/graphic scenarios and potentially offensive language.  Training room is large enough to use a patrol vehicle inside.Classroom instruction on Federal/State Use of Deadly Force court rulings, mental/physical preparation.Required information for Attendees: TI Simulator utilizes a Glock 22 handgun, AR-15 rifle, flashlight, taser, OC spray all with IR laser modifications and CO2 for felt recoil. Students should bring the gear they would normally carry, including their individual Handgun, a holster and belt. Class limited to max 10 students.
 
Date:     February 21, 2019   (class dates subject to change due to Instructor’s work/court schedule)
Time
:     4 hours- 0900-1300

Location:  Northwest Technology Center, 1801 S 11th Street, Alva, Oklahoma 73717
CLEET Hours:    4
CLEET Catalog Number:  #18-4221
Cost:   NO COST      **Must contact Northwest Technology Center at 580-327-0344 to be enrolled. 
 

AGENCY INFORMATION
Steve Tani

  Stephen.tanio@dac.state.ok.us
580-327-2171

The Reality of Officer Involved Shootings & Overcoming the Aftermath

 

Description:  Prepares LEO’s how to prepare mentally and physically for an Officer Involved Shooting, especially with the aftermath.

Date: February 21st, 2019
Time: 8AM – 5PM
Location: OSUIT/OSU Okmulgee

              1801 E 4th St. Okmulgee Oklahoma 74447
CLEET Hours:  8 + 2MH
CLEET Catalog Number:     17-2525
Cost:     Free

 

AGENCY INFORMATION
Okmulgee County Sheriff’s Deputy Gary Makinson
gary.makinson@okmulgeesheriff.com
(918)-759-8342     
     

 

I have a room reserved at OSUIT/OSU Okmulgee in Okmulgee Oklahoma that can hold up to 40 indiv

 

     Presumed Compliance
 
Description: This course is designed for Patrol Officers, Corrections, Probation Officers, and Courthouse Staff, and covers areas of agency policy development for Use of Force, Officer/suspect factors, Mindset, and Overall Training Methods.  
 
Date:            February 21st - 22nd, 2019
Time:            8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Location:       UCO Forensic Center 
                   100 N. University, Edmond Oklahoma 7303
CLEET Hours:  16 hours plus 2 MH credits.
CLEET Catalog Number:  18-4397
Cost:           $75.00 until January 31st, then $100.00 after.                                   
 
Register online at www.ogia.us 
 
AGENCY INFORMATION
         Carrie Croy – Treasurer, Oklahoma Gang Investigators Association

    carrieogia@cox.net
   405-620-2254
 

 Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) – “Memphis Model”

 

Description: The Oklahoma State Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services in partnership with the Oklahoma City Police Department and various other OKC metro law enforcement agencies will be presenting CIT (Crisis Intervention Team) training hosted by Lawton PD from Feb 25-March 1, 2019. The CIT program is a 40 hour advanced class designed to improve the way law enforcement and the community respond to people experiencing mental health crisis. 

 

This 40-hour training course carries a mental health continuing education credit with the Oklahoma Council on Law Enforcement and Training (CLEET).  The event will be held at the Great Plains Technology Center located at 4500 SW Lee Blvd in Lawton, OK 74820.   

 

The registration link for this class can be found by going to www.odmhsas.org .  On this page you will see a section titled “Quick Links”.  Within this section you will see a link titled “Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Grant Training Registration”. Once you click on this link you will be sent to the CIT Training Registration Form.  This information can also be found at the following link:

 

https://www.ok.gov/triton/modules/formbuilder/form.php?form_id=b635141ef809ac2840176d0e53bbf252c01f9621a025073c864dad50ce4d7eeb

 

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

 

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

 

If you have any specific questions related to the data collection please contact Lorrie Byrum by email at lbyrum@odmhsas.org or by phone at 405-522-6172. If you have any questions related to participant enrollment or course content please contact Tania Woods by email at twoods@odmhsas.org or by phone at 405-248-9190.

 

CLEET, 2401 Egypt Road, Ada, OK.

Date: Feb 25-March 1, 2019

Time: 0800 – 1700 daily     

CLEET Hours: 40

CLEET Catalog Number:    18-2338

 

 


 

De-escalation for Law Enforcement

 

DescriptionThis course will help officers in dealing with volatile situations where subjects are behaving erratically and dangerously but do not possess a firearm. Registration is required.

 

Date: February 27, 2019

Time:  1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Location: Edmond (Oklahoma Municipal Assurance Group)

CLEET Hours: 4 (2 hours mental health credit)

CLEET Catalog Number:     18-3383

Cost:     Free

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

      Kevin McCullough

  kmccullough@omag.org

 405-657-1408

 

 


  Effective Investigation and Testimony in Child Maltreatment Cases

 

Description: This full-day workshop will focus on translating the information ascertained during a child maltreatment investigation into a successful presentation of that information in the courtroom.  The presentation will be for a multidisciplinary audience and will encompass the variety of disciplines that are involved in child maltreatment cases. 

 

The morning will be in a lecture format with ample time for questions and discussion between the presenters and the audience.  Information will be provided regarding the steps of legally sound investigations and interviews and how to present them in court in a professional manner.  The difference between a fact-based vs. expert witness as well as tips on how to be the best witness possible will be provided.

 

The afternoon will focus on two of the most difficult child maltreatment cases to investigate and prove – sexual abuse and abusive head trauma.  Participants will be given the opportunity to act as a mock witness and information about what make these cases so difficult and information to overcome that difficulty will be provided.

 

Register at the link provided:

https://testimony-feb_27_2019.eventbrite.com

Date: February 27, 2019

Time:  9am – 4:15pm (sign-in begins at 8:30am)   

Location:  Canadian Valley Technology Center, Bldg 200, 204B, 1401 W Michigan Ave, Chickasha, OK 73018

CLEET Hours:  6.25 hours

CLEET Catalog Number:     19-1206

Cost:     Free

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Cherra Taylor, Oklahoma Commission on Children and Youth

  cherra.taylor@occy.ok.gov

  405-606-4924

 

 


  De-escalation for Law Enforcement

 

DescriptionThis course will help officers in dealing with volatile situations where subjects are behaving erratically and dangerously but do not possess a firearm. Registration is required.

 

Date: February 28, 2019

Time:  8:00 to Noon

Location: Edmond (Oklahoma Municipal Assurance Group)

CLEET Hours: 4 (2 hours mental health credit)

CLEET Catalog Number:     18-3383

Cost:     Free

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

   Kevin McCullough

kmccullough@omag.org

  405-657-1408

 
 

SWAT SCHOOL
 
Description: Basic Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) training provides new SWAT officers the opportunity to learn basic tactical operations theory and develop a level of proficiency in common SWAT operations. The course provides participants with a solid understanding of basic SWAT concepts and operations.
 
Date: March 2,3,9,10,2019
Time: 9:00 AM
Location: Wewoka Police Department        
              114 W. 4th St.           
              Wewoka, Ok 74884
CLEET Hours: 50 hours
CLEET Catalog Number: 18- 0729
Cost:     $ 350
 
 
 AGENCY INFORMATION
  Kerry Spencer 

Tactical Training Specialist, LLC
  Tactical.Training.Specialist@gmail.com
405-637-8485 

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.  Training room is large enough to use a patrol vehicle inside.

Classroom instruction on Federal/State Use of Deadly Force court rulings, mental/physical preparation.

Required information for Attendees: TI Simulator utilizes a Glock 22 handgun, AR-15 rifle, flashlight, taser, OC spray all with IR laser modifications and CO2 for felt recoil. Students should bring the gear they would normally carry, including their individual Handgun, a holster and belt. Class limited to max 15 students.  

**Must contact Northwest Technology Center at 580-327-0344 to be enrolled.

Date: March 4th, 2019

Time: 830a.m.

Location: Northwest Technology Center; Alva Oklahoma

CLEET Hours: 8 hours + 1 hour mental health

CLEET Catalog Number:     18-4243

Cost:     $0.00

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Angie Flynt - Northwest Technology Center

  aflynt@nwtech.edu

 580.327.0403

 
 

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.  Training room is large enough to use a patrol vehicle inside.

Classroom instruction on Federal/State Use of Deadly Force court rulings, mental/physical preparation.

Required information for Attendees: TI Simulator utilizes a Glock 22 handgun, AR-15 rifle, flashlight, taser, OC spray all with IR laser modifications and CO2 for felt recoil. Students should bring the gear they would normally carry, including their individual Handgun, a holster and belt. Class limited to max 15 students.  

**Must contact Northwest Technology Center at 580-327-0344 to be enrolled.

 

Date: March 4th, 2019

Time: 830a.m.

Location: Northwest Technology Center; Alva Oklahoma

CLEET Hours: 8 hours + 1 hour mental health

CLEET Catalog Number:     18-4243

Cost:     $0.00

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Angie Flynt - Northwest Technology Center

  aflynt@nwtech.edu

  580.327.0403

 

 


 De-escalation for Law Enforcement

 

DescriptionThis course will help officers in dealing with volatile situations where subjects are behaving erratically and dangerously but do not possess a firearm. Registration is required.

 

Date: March 5, 2019

Time:  8:00 to Noon

Location: Grove Police Training Facility

CLEET Hours: 4 (2 hours mental health credit)

CLEET Catalog Number:     18-3383

Cost:     Free

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Kevin McCullough

kmccullough@omag.org

  405-657-1408

 


 FBI-LEEDA’s Identity Theft Training Summit for Law Enforcement

Description: One day training on the latest aspects of identity theft. We will share the latest information on this fastest growing crime, and provide up-to-date methods of compromise and means of investigation. We will demonstrate techniques on credit card skimming, and offer a segment on victim assistance, to help victims (as well as officers personally) to protect themselves from financial compromises, and tons of other info. Class is hosted by Cherokee Nation Marshal’s Service, Taught by a Colorado-based law enforcement officer. No cost to attend, Lunch will be provided.

Date: Tuesday, March 5th, 2019
Time: Registration at 0730; Class from 0800-1600 hrs
Location: Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, (Sequoia Room); 777 W. Cherokee St, Catoosa, OK
CLEET Hours: Eight (8)
CLEET Catalog Number:   OS-4929
Cost:     Free to attend

 

Course Flyer

 

AGENCY INFORMATION
      FBI-LEEDA; Contact is Dep. Chief (Ret). Mark Sullivan 
msullivan@fbileeda.org
 (913) 451-7901

 

  • To register, copy/paste this link: http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=fnwkzelab&oeidk=a07efy5oks84f5052f1

Or go to www.fbileeda.org. click on LifeLock logo, then SEE MORE link. Click on link for Catoosa OK.

 

  Effective Investigation and Testimony in Child Maltreatment Cases

 

Description: This full-day workshop will focus on translating the information ascertained during a child maltreatment investigation into a successful presentation of that information in the courtroom.  The presentation will be for a multidisciplinary audience and will encompass the variety of disciplines that are involved in child maltreatment cases. 

 

The morning will be in a lecture format with ample time for questions and discussion between the presenters and the audience.  Information will be provided regarding the steps of legally sound investigations and interviews and how to present them in court in a professional manner.  The difference between a fact-based vs. expert witness as well as tips on how to be the best witness possible will be provided.

 

The afternoon will focus on two of the most difficult child maltreatment cases to investigate and prove – sexual abuse and abusive head trauma.  Participants will be given the opportunity to act as a mock witness and information about what make these cases so difficult and information to overcome that difficulty will be provided.

 

Register at the link provided:

https://testimony-mar_6_2019.eventbrite.com

Date: March 6, 2019

Time:  9am – 4:15pm (sign-in begins at 8:30am)   

Location:  Pontotoc Technology Center, Bldg C, Rm 410, 601 W 33rd St, Ada, OK 74820

CLEET Hours:  6.25 hours

CLEET Catalog Number:     19-1206

Cost:     Free

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Cherra Taylor, Oklahoma Commission on Children and Youth

cherra.taylor@occy.ok.gov

  405-606-4924

 

 


 Leadership in the 21st Century

 

Description: Leadership in the 21st Century has provided new challenges to leaders and followers alike. Law enforcement has the opportunity to forge new inroads into relations with both agency employees and with the community. This course is designed to present the student with answers to these challenging issues by presenting new research on providing leadership. Leadership flows in multiple directions within an organization, not simply in the traditional downward process from management to first line. Various situations will be presented to students as they consider the most efficient and effective manner of providing leadership to followers, peers, supervisors, and others. Instructors: Chief Walter Evans, OU Tulsa PD and Steve Emmons, OACP

 

Date: March 6th, 2019

Time: 8 AM – 5 PM

Location: University of Oklahoma – Tulsa, 4502 E. 41st St., Tulsa, Ok 74135

CLEET Hours: 8

CLEET Catalog Number: 18-4396 

Cost: Free to OACP Members/$25.00 for non-members. Contact lois@theoacp.org to enroll.

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Lois Whitaker

 lois@theoacp.org

  405-672-1225

 

 


Taser Instructor Class

 

Description: Axon Academy, powered by Police One. The TASER Conducted Electrical Weapon (CEW) Instructor Course includes an online component that must be completed as well as two in classroom days.

 

Date: March 7 and 8, 2019

Time: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm  

Location:   Tri County Technology Center

                6101 Nowata Road Room: Event Center

                Bartlesville, Oklahoma 74006

CLEET Hours:  20

CLEET Catalog Number:  OS-3404  

Cost:  $495.00 

 

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Lieutenant Christopher Mims       

cdmims@cityofbartlesville.org

 918-338-4052

 
 

Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) – “Memphis Model”

 

Description: The Oklahoma State Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services in partnership with the Oklahoma City Police Department and various other OKC metro law enforcement agencies will be presenting CIT (Crisis Intervention Team)   training hosted by the Chandler Police Dept on March 11-15, 2019. The CIT program is a 40 hour advanced class designed to improve the way law enforcement and the community respond to people experiencing mental health crisis. 

 

This 40-hour training course carries a mental health continuing education credit with the Oklahoma Council on Law Enforcement and Training (CLEET). The event will be held at 902 National, Chandler, OK 74820.   

 

The registration link for this class can be found by going to www.odmhsas.org .  On this page you will see a section titled “Quick Links”.  Within this section you will see a link titled “Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Grant Training Registration”. Once you click on this link you will be sent to the CIT Training Registration Form. This information can also be found at the following link:

 

https://www.ok.gov/triton/modules/formbuilder/form.php?form_id=b635141ef809ac2840176d0e53bbf252c01f9621a025073c864dad50ce4d7eeb

 

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

 

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

 

If you have any specific questions related to the data collection please contact Lorrie Byrum by email at lbyrum@odmhsas.org or by phone at 405-522-6172.  If you have any questions related to participant enrollment or course content please contact Tania Woods by email at twoods@odmhsas.org or by phone at 405-248-9190.

 

902 National, Chandler, OK 74834.

Date: March 11-15, 2019

Time: 0800 – 1700 daily     

CLEET Hours: 40

CLEET Catalog Number:    18-2338

 

 


 

Advanced Ethics and Decision Making

 

Description: The course is designed to provide the student with applicable information that will assist in managing their ethical behavior. Professional knowledge workers face the stress and pressure in their work and personal lives. These pressures place them at risk of ethical drift away from their personal ethical standards. The course will make them aware of the threat and provide methods of preventing drift from occurring.

 

The course will also provide train-the-trainer information for any student wishing to teach ethics and decision making in their agency or across the state. Instructors: Patti Buhl & Steve Emmons

 

Date: March 12th & 13th, 2019

Time: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM 

Location: Northeastern State University – Broken Arrow, 3100 New Orleans St, Broken Arrow, OK 74014

CLEET Hours: 14 hours, includes 2 hours of mental health

CLEET Catalog Number: 17-2726   

Cost: Free to OACP Members/$50.00 for non-members

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Lois Whitaker        

lois@theoacp.org

  405-672-1225

 
 

 
Heroin Cartels in Oklahoma and Overdose, Distribution and Murder Investigations

 

***Course registration: https://tcso.enrollware.com/schedule

This is day 1 of a 2 day training seminar
 

Presented by Texoma HIDTA, Homeland Security, Tulsa Police Department, Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office and Rogers County District Attorney’s Office


Description:  

CARTELS AND HEROIN DRUG TRAFFICKING ORGANIZATIONS

Presented by H.S.I. Special Agent Darren Collins

I. HISTORY OF COMBATING HEROIN DTO’S IN OKLAHOMA

                A. HEROIN TRAFFICKING INDICATORS

                B. ORIGIN/PROGRESSION

                C. HOW TO IDENTIFY HEROIN TRAFFICKER

                D. METHODS OF OPERATION (TULSA/U.S.)

II. METHODS OF TRAFFICKING

                  A. CONCEALMENT CROSSING THE BORDER

      B. SEARCH METHODS DURING SEARCH WARRANT LOCATIONS (RESIDENCE        CONCEALMENT)

 

OVERDOSE/DEATH INVESTIGATIONS-TULSA

Presented by Tulsa Police (SID) Detective Andy Dawson

IV. OKLAHOMA STATUTES RELATING TO 1ST DEGREE MURDER

V. ELEMENTS OF PROOF

VI. CASE STUDY PRESENTATION

  1. DIFFICULTIES AND ROADBLOCKS FOR PROSECUTION
  2. INTERVIEW TECHNIQUES

VII. MISCELLENEOUS INVESTIGATIVE INFORMATION FOR SUCCESS

 

PROSECUTION AND CASE STUDY RELATED TO OPIOD OVERDOSE DEATHS

Presented by Tulsa Police (SID) Detective Andy Dawson

VIII. LEGAL ASPECTS OF FELONY MURDER

  1. LAW RELATING TO OVERDOSE MURDER
  2. LAW RELATING TO CONSPIRACY AND CO-CONSPIRATOR LIABILITY
  3. TECHNIQUES FOR INVESTIGATING AND PROSECUTING OVERDOSE MURDERS

 

 

 

 

***Course registration: https://tcso.enrollware.com/schedule

This is day 1 of a 2 day training seminar


 

Date: March 12, 2019

Time: 0800 – 1700 Hours

Location: Tulsa Technology Center

       Riverside Campus Conference Center-Auditorium Room #A150

       801 East 91st Street

       Tulsa, OK 74132

CLEET Hours: 8 hours

CLEET Catalog Number:  19-1150

CostFREE  

 

 

Current Drug Trends: The Impact of Heroin and Fentanyl

 

***Course registration: http://cpsireg.spcollege.edu/og_register.aspx?23575

This is day 2 of a 2 day training seminar

 

Description:  

The increase of prescription drugs has led to the drastic proliferation of heroin abuse in our society and the emergence of fentanyl analogues. This tuition-free, 8-hour Multijurisdictional Counterdrug Task Force Training course will provide students with an understanding of factors that influence the use and abuse of heroin and fentanyl. Starting with the history of opium, participants will explore the evolution of opium and opiates leading to fentanyl and the impact on law enforcement investigations and the communities they serve. The course will discuss safe handling of substances, precautions when encountering those who abuse opiates and opioids, and securing evidence.

 

Course topics include: Heroin/Opiates/Opioids, History of Opium, Factors Leading to Abuse, Methods of Drug Ingestion, Drug Interactions with the Body, Signs of Opiate/Opioid Use, Long Term Effects on the Body, Substances Used in Conjunction with Opioid Opiates, Fentanyl, Naloxone, Dangers of Drug Substance, Officer Safety

 

Instructor Duane Tompkins retired as a Lieutenant from the Enfield Connecticut Police Department, where he commanded the Detective Division. Mr. Tompkins' law enforcement career began in 1987. He has held various assignments and positions during his law enforcement career, including rank of Lieutenant, accreditation manager, and Patrol Supervisor. He was selected by the Chief of Police and assigned to the Statewide Narcotics Task Force for eighteen months. During that time, he conducted various short and long-term narcotics and trafficking-related investigations, closure of clubs through nuisance abatement, and was involved in the planning, briefing, and execution of numerous search warrants. Prior to his assignment with Statewide Narcotics, Mr. Tompkins was assigned as a Detective to the department’s narcotics investigation unit. Mr. Tompkins has also served as Field Training Officer and community policing officer. Mr. Tomkins is also a former Vice President and currently serves as Secretary of the Connecticut Narcotic Enforcement Officers' Association. Mr. Tompkins has a Master of Science degree in Criminal Justice Administration from Western New England College, has completed the Drug Enforcement Administration Narcotics Officer’s Course, been a certified EMT for thirty-four years, a certified law enforcement trainer in various states, and doctoral student.

 

 

 

***Course registration: http://cpsireg.spcollege.edu/og_register.aspx?23575

This is day 2 of a 2 day training seminar

 

 

 

Date: March 13, 2019

Time: 0800 – 1700 Hours

Location: Tulsa Technology Center

       Riverside Campus Conference Center-Auditorium Room #A150

       801 East 91st Street

       Tulsa, OK 74132

CLEET Hours: 8 hours

CLEET Catalog Number:  19-1149

CostFREE  

 

 

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Bonnie Fidler

 bfidler@tcso.org  (PREFFERED CONTACT METHOD)

 918-596-4512

 
 

Practical Firearms Training
 
Description: Learn the appropriate use of force through realistic, real-life scenarios. Utilizing the TI Training: Use of Force Training Simulator; which is a high definition video system on three screens, combined with high-tech weapon simulation. The TI Simulator will increase your heart rate, breathing and emotional level as you learn how to properly deal with potentially dangerous situations. Simulations may include highly charged/graphic scenarios and potentially offensive language.  Training room is large enough to use a patrol vehicle inside.Classroom instruction on Federal/State Use of Deadly Force court rulings, mental/physical preparation.Required information for Attendees: TI Simulator utilizes a Glock 22 handgun, AR-15 rifle, flashlight, taser, OC spray all with IR laser modifications and CO2 for felt recoil. Students should bring the gear they would normally carry, including their individual Handgun, a holster and belt. Class limited to max 10 students.
 
Date:    March 14, 2019   (class dates subject to change due to Instructor’s work/court schedule)
Time
:    4 hours- 0900-1300

Location:  Northwest Technology Center, 1801 S 11th Street, Alva, Oklahoma 73717
CLEET Hours:   4
CLEET Catalog Number:     #18-4221
Cost:   NO COST      **Must contact Northwest Technology Center at 580-327-0344 to be enrolled. 
 

AGENCY INFORMATION
Steve Tani

  Stephen.tanio@dac.state.ok.us
580-327-2171
 
 

 

 Advanced SWAT school

 

Description: Osage Nation Police will be hosting Dark Watch Tactical for an advanced SWAT school March 15th-18th in Pawhuska, Oklahoma. This course will cover more advanced techniques for building clearing and dynamic team movement, including in live fire exercises. There will be a heavy emphasis placed on pistol and rifle shooting in this course for both day and night time. As with our schools there will be force on force, scenario based training throughout.

 

Date: March 15th- 18th, 2019

Time: 0830-1830 (Range day will be approx. 14 hours)    

Location:  1271 Grandview

              Pawhuska, Ok 74056

CLEET Hours:40

CLEET Catalog Number:     17-1692

Cost:     $300.00

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Dustin Hendrix

Dark Watch Tactical, LLC

gang50wapd@gmail.com

 405-824-7967

 
 

 SWAT School/Critical Response

 

Description:

The Custer County Sheriff’s Office will be hosting Dark Watch Tactical for a SWAT/LE First Responder to a Critical Incident course in Weatherford, Ok March 20th- 23rd, 2019. 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, active shooter response, 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, the rescue task force model, downed officer drills, ballistic shield operation, move/shoot and communicate techniques, less lethal and diversionary device instruction (if available),  full scale warrant service training on multiple structures, vehicle/linear bus assaults, barricaded subject, and 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 recommended for law enforcement officers and first responders that are not assigned to a SWAT team.

 

Date: March 20th – 23rd, 2019

Time: 0830-1830 (Range day will be approx. 14 hours)                

Location:  509 N Custer St

               Weatherford, Ok 73096

CLEET Hours:40

CLEET Catalog Number:  17-1692    

Cost:     #300.00

 

 

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

Dustin Hendrix

Dark Watch Tactical, LLC    

gang50wapd@gmail.com

 405-824-7967

 
 

 Understanding Mental Illness, Effective Responses, and Community Resources

 

Description:  Mental Health Association Oklahoma’s Justice and Mental Health Training Center is delivering a new 4-hour CLEET-certified training program designed to equip security with enhanced knowledge and skills related to interacting with people experiencing mental illness, addiction, and homelessness and accessing community resources.  Tulsa Police Department CIT Instructors will partner to provide a block of role playing, active listening techniques and skill drills.  

 

To Register:  www.mhaok.org/training

 

Date: 3/21/19

Time:  8:00 – 12:00

Location:  Legacy Plaza conference center

              5330 E. 31st St., Suite 1000  Tulsa, OK  74135     

CLEET Hours:  4

CLEET Catalog Number:     19-1088

Cost:     FREE!

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

                  Jennifer Sullivan                    

 jsullivan@mhaok.org    

918-382-2489

 

Tactical Medic

Description: The 1 Day Tactical Medical Program will provide the LEO/Operator with knowledge and skills necessary to mitigate the loss of their life or the life of another while in a combat or tactical environment. The skills will address treating life-threatening injuries in an austere environment with limited equipment, lack of medically trained personnel and prolonged time to evacuation. The TCCC system focuses on saving “preventable deaths” while achieving 3 primary goals: - Treat the Casualty - Prevent Additional Casualties - Continue the Mission

Date:   3/23/2019
Time: 9:00 AM

Watonga Police Department
119 E 1st St, Watonga, OK 73772                            

CLEET Hours: 8
CLEET Catalog Number:    18- 0737
Cost:     $ 150

 

Course Flyer

 

AGENCY INFORMATION 
Kerry Spencer
Tactical Training Specialist, LLC
Tactical.Training.Specialist@gmail.com
405-637-8485

 

OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Advanced Rural Crime Investigations

Description: Students will be able to identify rural crimes which law enforcement throughout the State of Oklahoma encounter. Also, students will obtain an insight of rural investigations to include cattle theft, equipment theft, and how to identify identification numbers on equipment as well as those that have been stolen and/or altered. Additional topics will include the Oklahoma Feral Swine Act as well as Search and Seizure.

Lead Instructor for this class will be Oklahoma Department of Agriculture Special Agent And Federal Bureau of Investigations Task Force Officer Ricky Rushing. Guest speakers will be District 12 First Assistant District Attorney Brian Surber (Search and Seizure) and Oklahoma Department of Agriculture Chief Agent Jerry Flowers (Oklahoma Feral Swine Act).

Students will report to the Kiamichi Technology Center, 1410 Old Military Road, Stigler, Oklahoma. Students will receive 16 CLEET training hours for Advanced Rural Crime Investigations 17-1842.

Please RSVP Haskell County Sheriff Tim Turner at: tturner@haskellcountyok.org or call 918-441-2413. Register early because seating is limited to 75 students.

Tentative training schedule will be:
Monday, March 25
08:00 to 12:00 Livestock Theft Investigations (Cattle Rustling)
12:00 to 13:00 Lunch (on your own)
13:00 to 17:00 Agriculture Equipment Theft Investigations, Special Agent Ricky Rushing, Dept. of Agriculture and TFO for the FBI Major Theft Task Force.
Tuesday, March 26
08:00 to 12:00 Search and Seizure with District 12 First Assistant District Attorney Brian Surber
12:00 to 13:00 Lunchbreak (on your own)
13:00 to 17:00 Search and Seizure with District 12 First Assistant District Attorney Brian Surber

Date: March 25 and 26, 2019
Time: 0800-1700 hours
Location: Kiamichi Technology Center, 1410 Old Military Road, Stigler, Oklahoma
CLEET Hours: 16
CLEET Catalog Number: 17-1842
Cost: Free

AGENCY INFORMATION
 Tim Turner
 tturner@haskellcountyok.org
 918-441-2413 
 
 

 Effective Investigation and Testimony in Child Maltreatment Cases

 

Description: This full-day workshop will focus on translating the information ascertained during a child maltreatment investigation into a successful presentation of that information in the courtroom.  The presentation will be for a multidisciplinary audience and will encompass the variety of disciplines that are involved in child maltreatment cases. 

 

The morning will be in a lecture format with ample time for questions and discussion between the presenters and the audience.  Information will be provided regarding the steps of legally sound investigations and interviews and how to present them in court in a professional manner.  The difference between a fact-based vs. expert witness as well as tips on how to be the best witness possible will be provided.

 

The afternoon will focus on two of the most difficult child maltreatment cases to investigate and prove – sexual abuse and abusive head trauma.  Participants will be given the opportunity to act as a mock witness and information about what make these cases so difficult and information to overcome that difficulty will be provided.

 

Register at the link provided:

https://testimony-mar_13_2019.eventbrite.com

 

Date: March 27, 2019

Time:  9am – 4:15pm (sign-in begins at 8:30am)   

Location:  Northwestern Oklahoma State University, Rm 131, 2929 E Randolph Ave, Enid, OK 73701

CLEET Hours:  6.25 hours

CLEET Catalog Number:  19-1206

Cost:     Free

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Cherra Taylor, Oklahoma Commission on Children and Youth

  cherra.taylor@occy.ok.gov

  405-606-4924

 
 

Boating Safety for Public Safety Officers
 
Description: Basic boating terminology, boating laws, boating emergencies, first responder safety for floods, drowning and vessel collisions.
 
Date:   Wednesday March 27 and Thursday March 28, 2019
Time:   5:30-9:30pm
Location:     Mid-Del Tech Center
                    1621 Maple Dr
                    Midwest City, OK 73110
CLEET Hours:  8
CLEET Catalog Number:     18-2034
Cost:     FREE 
 
AGENCY INFORMATION  
Oklahoma Highway Patrol
    Trooper Amy Cobalt 
amy.cobalt@dps.ok.gov
405-306-5406

 
HEART: Helping Animals & Owners in Disasters   

Description: Humane Emergency Animal Response Team (HEART) works in cooperation with emergency management, local law enforcement, and community organizations to shelter and care for animals displaced by natural and manmade disasters. This informative training (along with a completed background check and a few simple online courses) will credential you to join HEART and is approved for CE credit through CLEET and the Oklahoma State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners. 

Date: 3/28/19
Time: 8a-12pm
Location: Tulsa Tech Lemley (Health Sciences Center), 3350 S. Memorial Dr., Tulsa, OK
CLEET Hours:  4
CLEET Catalog Number:  18-2434  
Cost:     $0

 

AGENCY INFORMATION
    David Karleskint
david.karleskint@tulsatech.edu 
918-828-2035

 

 Why Teens Kill

Description:
This course is classroom based using multimedia to review hundreds of juvenile homicides and juvenile mass murders.
This course will teach attendees what warning signs to be looking for, and what causes teens to carry out these shocking
and senseless murders. Attendees will review crime scene photos, hear from investigators, and discover what went right in
these cases, and what went wrong. Phil will also educate the attendees on the history of teen murder, the six types of teen
killers, and what makes this new wave of killer tick, which was warned about long ago by the FBI’s J. Edgar Hoover. You
will not only hear from investigators and detectives, but from the killers thernselves- why they did what they did, and how
they felt about detectives and investigators. Attendees will also get a look at today’s youth culture, including the latest teen
entertainment and teen trends, social media and teen culture. This course is classroom based, and attendees can download
a workbook to use to reference and review after the class.

Date: March 28, 2019
Time: 0800-1600 hours
Location: Oklahoma Highway Patrol Robert R. Lester Training Center, Classroom E
CLEET Hours: 8
CLEET Catalog Number:  19-0310
Cost: 125.00 

Course Flyer 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION 
LT Richard Losurdo
Richard.losurdo@dps.ok.gov
405-308-0262

 

Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) – “Memphis Model”
 
Description: The Oklahoma State Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services in partnership with the Oklahoma City Police Department and various other OKC metro law enforcement agencies will be presenting CIT (Crisis Intervention Team)   training hosted by CLEET from Dec 3-7, 2018. The CIT program is a 40 hour advanced class designed to improve the way law enforcement and the community respond to people experiencing mental health crisis. This 40-hour training course carries a mental health continuing education credit with the Oklahoma Council on Law Enforcement and Training (CLEET). The registration link for this class can be found by going to www.odmhsas.org .  On this page you will see a section titled “Quick Links”.  Within this section you will see a link titled “Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Grant Training Registration”.  Once you click on this link you will be sent to the CIT Training Registration Form.  This information can also be found at the following link: https://www.ok.gov/triton/modules/formbuilder/form.php?form_id=b635141ef809ac2840176d0e53bbf252c01f9621a025073c864dad50ce4d7eeb Reimbursement for attending this class is also available.  Your agency will be reimbursed at $10 an hour per officer to attend the full 5 day 40 hour CIT training.  Reimbursement will usually occur approximately one month after class is completed.  Each officer is required to attend the full 5 day 40 hour training in order for department to get reimbursed.  After this training each officer is also required to complete and turn in data (via web, smart phone or email).  We have worked very hard to make the data collection as easy as possible.  A sample of the data collection survey is provided at the link described above. If you have any specific questions related to the data collection please contact Lorrie Byrum by email at lbyrum@odmhsas.org or by phone at 405-522-6172.  If you have any questions related to participant enrollment or course content please contact Tania Woods by email at twoods@odmhsas.org or by phone at 405-248-9190.
 
Date: April 1st-5th, 2019
Time: 0800-1700
Location: El Reno Public Safety Center
               2707 Faith Ave
               El Reno, OK 73036
CLEET Hours: 40
CLEET Catalog Number:  18-2338   
 
AGENCY INFORMATION
Canadian County Sheriff’s Office 

Deputy Kyle Bridges
bridgesk@ccsheriff.net
(405)434-2816
 
 

Outlaw Motorcycle Training

 

Description: Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs

This course covers the history and development of motorcycle clubs in America. The development of outlaw motorcycle clubs and 1%er clubs. Attendees will be equipped with the knowledge of how to identify 1%er clubs, outlaw clubs, other motorcycle clubs, and how they differ. The course will cover clubs specific to Oklahoma, as well as current trends in motorcycle gangs in Oklahoma as well as nationwide. 

 

Date: April 3, 2019

Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Location: OPCTF Training Facility 8915 S. Olie Avenue Oklahoma City

CLEET Hours: 8

CLEET Catalog Number: 18-1425

Cost:  $25.00 for non OACP members

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Lois Whitaker for required enrollment form
lois@theoacp.org
405-672-1225 Ext. 2

 


Active Shooter/Rescue Task Force

Description: This two day active shooter course provides training in the rescue task force model, blending law enforcement with medical first responders. Law enforcement students will be instructed in movement and tactics to help better negotiate an active and fluid scene, establishing casualty collection points, and eventually escorting medical responders into the scene. There will be a strong focus on movement, tactics, and communication. The medical responder students (EMS and Fire Dept.) will be instructed in medical operations in the tactical environment based on the rescue task force model. This will include model structure and movement with law enforcement. The back half of the final day of this training will be entirely scenario based and will test the students in large scale response to active shooter.

Date: April 5th-6th, 2019
Time: 0830 
Location: Canton School
             South Highway 58
             Canton, Ok 73724
CLEET Hours: 16
CLEET Catalog Number:  16-1059
Cost:    $100 per student

 

AGENCY INFORMATION
Dark Watch Tactical, LLC
      Dustin Hendrix
gang50wapd@gmail.com
Facebook.com/darkwatchtactical
405-824-7967

 
 

ADVANCED SWAT SCHOOL
 
Description: This class takes the skills learned in Basic S.W.A.T. to the next level. This physically intense course includes advanced training in firearms, close quarter combat, entry, vehicle assault, & less lethal applications. Students will practice team deployment within their specialized jobs. Most class time will be spent on live hands-on scenarios.
                                         
Date:   April 6,7,13,14, 2019                           
Time
: 9:00 AM
Location:   Wewoka Police Department              
                 114 W. 4th St Wewoka, OK 74884
CLEET Hours: 50
CLEET Catalog Number:    18-0695
Cost:     $ 350
 
 
AGENCY INFORMATION
  Kerry Spencer

Tactical Training Specialist, LLC
Tactical.Training.Specialist@gmail.com
405-637-8485  

 
  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) Email Michella.carter@osbi.ok.gov to enroll.

 

Date: April, 11, 2019

Time: 0900 to 1630 hours   

Location: Forensic Science Center

               800 E. 2nd

               Edmond, OK  73045

CLEET Hours: 8

CLEET Catalog Number: 19-0452    

Cost: FREE 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Michella Carter
michella.carter@osbi.ok.gov (ENROLLMENT)
  405-175-9575

 


 

 Taser Instructor

 

DescriptionTASER X26P, X2 and the new TASER 7 Instructor certification course – The Instructor course will teach students how to develop and safely execute scenarios and isolation drills, provide more in depth scenario training, and Virtual Reality training. Students will learn how to develop and safely implement scenarios, Isolation drills and conduct teach backs to hone their Instructor skills. This online and practical day course will certify you to instruct others on the use of one or more of the X26P, X2 and TASER 7 TASER Conducted Energy Weapons. The online portion is a prerequisite to attend the practical schedule day.

 

What To Bring: The dress is casual. Bring your department issued TASER holster (if applicable). Holsters will be available for those who need them. Please bring your duty belt with NO firearms, ammunition, or weapons of any kind.

Reminder: The online portion of this course is required to be completed three-days before the training date.   The online portion will then lock and not be reopened. If you were unable to complete the online portion as required, you will not be permitted to attend the class and will either have to transfer or cancel your enrollment.

Registration must be done online thru Axon Academy Website

 

Date: April 15th & 16th

Time: 0800-1700 each day 

Location: Garfield County Sheriff Office

              216 W. Oxford

              Enid, OK 73701

CLEET Hours: 20

CLEET Catalog Number: 18-4393   

Cost:  $495.00  

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Lloyd Cross

   Lcross@garfieldok.com 

   580-237-0244

 

 


 F.B.I. LEEDA Command Leadership Institute

       (Part 2 of the FBI-LEEDA Trilogy)

 

Description: The FBI - LEEDA Command Leadership Institute is a dynamic, intense and challenging 4 ½ day program specifically and uniquely designed to prepare law enforcement leaders for command level positions. The Command Leadership Institute's focus is to provide real life contemporary, best-practice strategies and techniques for those aspiring to command level assignments. Students will be engaged in such topics such as credibility, command discipline and liability, dealing with problem employees, and leading change within an organization. The Command Leadership Institute is student-centered with a high degree of student involvement.

 

Date: April 15-19, 2019

Time: 0830 hours    

Location: Absentee Shawnee Tribal Multi-Purpose Building

              2029 S Gordon Cooper Drive Shawnee, OK 74801

CLEET Hours: 28

CLEET Catalog Number:  OS-2307  

Cost: $695.00  

 

Course Flyer  

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

        Captain Steven Crisp        

scrisp@astribe.com

 405-275-3200 Ext. 6276

 


 Eyewitness Investigations

 

Description: Eyewitnesses Identification

Train-the-Trainer Course

Lineup Graphic

“That’s the guy, I think.”

 

For years, scientists and criminal justice practitioners have known that some eyewitnesses struggle to recognize the face of the stranger they saw only briefly.  Worse, some witnesses believe they recognize him, but are wrong.  Today, we know that over 70% of people exonerated by DNA were sent to prison, at least in part, based on a mistaken identification by an eyewitness.  Over the past decade, the National Institute of Justice, the Innocence Project, the National Academy of Sciences and the International Association of Chiefs of Police have called on police departments to modernize the procedures they use with eyewitnesses. 

William G. Brooks, a Massachusetts police chief and recognized expert on eyewitness identification, will talk about the science behind the reforms, and about protocols that police are implenting across the U.S.  This course is a “train-the-trainer” and officers who attend will receive access to instructor materials.  Among other topics, the presentation will include:

Cautions for dispatchers and first responders
• Interview techniques
• Witnesses instructions
• Handling multiple witness cases
• Assembling and showing photo arrays
• Blind administration
• Assessing witness confidence
• Issues with sketches and composites
• Identifying inanimate objects

William G. Brooks is the Chief of the Norwood, Massachusetts Police Department.  He was a member of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court’s Study Committee on Eyewitness Identification and is a member of the SJC Standing Committee.  He also served on the committee at the National Academy of Sciences that produced “Identifying the Culprit,” a report on eyewitness identification research.  He presents nationally on behalf of the Innocence Project.  He was the 2012 recipient of the Innocence Network’s Champion of Justice Award, and in 2015 received the IACP Civil Rights Award for Individual Achievement.  Chief Brooks is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and is a past president of the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association.

 

Date: April 16, 2019

Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Location: OPCTF Training Facility, 8915 S. Olie Avenue Oklahoma City OK

CLEET Hours: 8

CLEET Catalog Number: 19-1269

Cost:  FREE

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Lois Whitaker for training enrollment form          

lois@theoacp.org

  405-672-1225 Ext. 2

 

 


 

Leadership in the 21st Century

 

Description: Leadership in the 21st Century has provided new challenges to leaders and followers alike. Law enforcement can forge new inroads into relations with both agency employees and with the community. This course is designed to present the student with answers to these challenging issues by presenting new research on providing leadership. Leadership flows in multiple directions within an organization, not simply in the traditional downward process from management to first line. Various situations will be presented to students as they consider the most efficient and effective manner of providing leadership to followers, peers, supervisors, and others. Instructors: Chief Walter Evans, OU Tulsa PD and Steve Emmons, OACP

 

Date: April 17, 2019

Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Location: OPCTF Training Facility, 8915 S. Olie Avenue Oklahoma City, OK

CLEET Hours: 8

CLEET Catalog Number: 18-4396

CostFree to OACP Members/$25.00 for non-members

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Lois Whitaker        

lois@theoacp.org

  405-672-1225 Ext. 2

 


  Crisis Negotiators of Oklahoma (CNOK)

Description: The day will focus on two separate case study presentations covering selected crisis and/or hostage events.


Date:   Wednesday, April 17th, 2019
Time:  8a-5p
Location:  Meridian Technology Center, Fred Schultz Center, 1312 S. Sangre, Stillwater OK 74074
CLEET Hours:  8
CLEET Catalog Number:  19-1028
Cost:   The conference will cost $50 and will include an annual membership to CNOK.  After March 17th, the conference will cost $65 and also include annual membership. 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION 
Staff Sgt David Dickinson
 ddickinson@cityofmoore.com
  405-793-4662

                                                                                                                                                                                                          

 Eyewitness Investigations

 

Description: Eyewitnesses Identification

Train-the-Trainer Course

Lineup Graphic

“That’s the guy, I think.”

 

For years, scientists and criminal justice practitioners have known that some eyewitnesses struggle to recognize the face of the stranger they saw only briefly.  Worse, some witnesses believe they recognize him, but are wrong.  Today, we know that over 70% of people exonerated by DNA were sent to prison, at least in part, based on a mistaken identification by an eyewitness.  Over the past decade, the National Institute of Justice, the Innocence Project, the National Academy of Sciences and the International Association of Chiefs of Police have called on police departments to modernize the procedures they use with eyewitnesses. 

William G. Brooks, a Massachusetts police chief and recognized expert on eyewitness identification, will talk about the science behind the reforms, and about protocols that police are implenting across the U.S.  This course is a “train-the-trainer” and officers who attend will receive access to instructor materials.  Among other topics, the presentation will include:

Cautions for dispatchers and first responders
• Interview techniques
• Witnesses instructions
• Handling multiple witness cases
• Assembling and showing photo arrays
• Blind administration
• Assessing witness confidence
• Issues with sketches and composites
• Identifying inanimate objects

William G. Brooks is the Chief of the Norwood, Massachusetts Police Department.  He was a member of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court’s Study Committee on Eyewitness Identification and is a member of the SJC Standing Committee.  He also served on the committee at the National Academy of Sciences that produced “Identifying the Culprit,” a report on eyewitness identification research.  He presents nationally on behalf of the Innocence Project.  He was the 2012 recipient of the Innocence Network’s Champion of Justice Award, and in 2015 received the IACP Civil Rights Award for Individual Achievement.  Chief Brooks is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and is a past president of the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association.

 

Date: April 17, 2019

Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Location: Tulsa Community College 3727 E. apache Street Tulsa, OK

CLEET Hours: 8

CLEET Catalog Number: 19-1269

Cost:  FREE

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Lois Whitaker for training enrollment form          

lois@theoacp.org

  405-672-1225 Ext. 2

 

 


 

 Equine/Livestock Welfare, Behavior and Handling for Law Enforcement

 

Description: This course covers identification and ownership verification of livestock and horses, welfare issues related to neglect and abuse of livestock, basic behavior of large animals, and safe handling techniques.  The course will consist of morning lectures, followed by hands on activities in the afternoon.  The afternoon session will include real life scenarios and animal movement on roads and in large areas. Registration is limited to the first 50 respondents.

 

Date: April 18, 2019

Time:       9 am

Location: Noble County Fairgrounds: 1 Ivanhoe St. Perry, Oklahoma

CLEET Hours:8 hours

CLEET Catalog Number: 17-2285

Cost:     0

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Kris Hiney

 khiney@okstate.edu

 405-744-9291

 

 


 LONG RANGE RIFLE

 

Description: This is a 3 day 24-hour training course. It’s developed with the novice shooter in mind. This class will teach the basic fundamentals for the Long Range Rifle Markman while giving them a practical foundation. The focus of this course is on operational tactics such as equipment, observation, reporting, range estimation, wind estimation, urban tactics and marksmanship.

 

DateApril 20, 21, 27, 2019                                                              

Time: 8:00 AM

Location:    Watonga Police Department    

                119 E 1st St, Watonga, OK 73772                                         

CLEET Hours: 24

CLEET Catalog Number:    18-0718

Cost:     $ 300

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Kerry Spencer       

 Tactical Training Specialist, LLC

 Tactical.Training.Specialist@gmail.com

 405-637-8485

 

 


Practical Firearms Training
 
Description: Learn the appropriate use of force through realistic, real-life scenarios. Utilizing the TI Training: Use of Force Training Simulator; which is a high definition video system on three screens, combined with high-tech weapon simulation. The TI Simulator will increase your heart rate, breathing and emotional level as you learn how to properly deal with potentially dangerous situations. Simulations may include highly charged/graphic scenarios and potentially offensive language.  Training room is large enough to use a patrol vehicle inside.Classroom instruction on Federal/State Use of Deadly Force court rulings, mental/physical preparation.Required information for Attendees: TI Simulator utilizes a Glock 22 handgun, AR-15 rifle, flashlight, taser, OC spray all with IR laser modifications and CO2 for felt recoil. Students should bring the gear they would normally carry, including their individual Handgun, a holster and belt. Class limited to max 10 students.
 
Date:    April 25, 2019     (class dates subject to change due to Instructor’s work/court schedule)
Time
:    4 hours- 0900-1300

Location:  Northwest Technology Center, 1801 S 11th Street, Alva, Oklahoma 73717
CLEET Hours:  4
CLEET Catalog Number:  #18-4221
Cost:   NO COST      **Must contact Northwest Technology Center at 580-327-0344 to be enrolled. 
 

AGENCY INFORMATION
Steve Tani

  Stephen.tanio@dac.state.ok.us
580-327-2171

 

 


 

 Officer Involved Shooting

 

Description: Officer Involved Shooting, the aftermath and the outcome

 

Date: April 25, 2019

Time:  8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.         

Location:  Seminole State College, Jeff Johnston Auditorium

CLEET Hours: 8 Hours and 2 mental health hours

CLEET Catalog Number:  17-2535  

Cost: Free   

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Chief Louis Ross  

l.ross@sscok.edu

  405-382-9526

 

 


 

Recognition, Response and Administration of Naloxone: Opioid Overdose 101

 

Description: Attendees will obtain a baseline understanding of the opiate overdose problem, understand how opioids work, identify an opioid overdose, and learn how to respond and use naloxone in an opioid overdose emergency.

 

Date: April 26, 2019

Time: 2 pm

Location: Clinton Police Dept. Training Facility, 101 South 4th St., Clinton, OK 73601

CLEET Hours: 2 Hours Mental Health

CLEET Catalog Number:   17-0650 

Cost:     FREE!

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Mary Kate Cole     

  mary.cole@odmhsas.org

 405-248-9155

 
 

 Recognition, Response and Administration of Naloxone: Opioid Overdose 101

 

Description: Attendees will obtain a baseline understanding of the opiate overdose problem, understand how opioids work, identify an opioid overdose, and learn how to respond and use naloxone in an opioid overdose emergency.

 

Date: 4/26/2019

Time: 10am

Location: Canton Police Dept. Training Facility, 301 N. Garfield, Canton, OK, 73724

CLEET Hours: 2 Hours Mental Health

CLEET Catalog Number:   17-0650 

Cost:     FREE!

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Mary Kate Cole     

 mary.cole@odmhsas.org

 405-248-9155      

 
 

Boating Safety for Public Safety Officers
 
Description: Basic boating terminology, boating laws, boating emergencies, first responder safety for floods, drowning and vessel collisions.
 
Date:   Saturday April 27, 2019
Time:    0900-1700
Location:  Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Center
                4601 N. Choctaw Rd
                Choctaw, Ok 73020
CLEET Hours:   8
CLEET Catalog Number:     18-2034
Cost:     FREE 
 
AGENCY INFORMATION    
Oklahoma Highway Patrol
    Trooper Amy Cobalt 
amy.cobalt@dps.ok.gov
405-306-5406 

 

 Background Investigations for Police Applicants

 

Description: This 12 hour course will enable investigators to uncover more about an applicant’s past. Through a systematic approach to the investigation, you will become better prepared to spot important discrepancies. In this course you will learn about: Analysis Techniques, Federal Requirements, Military Records, Fraudulent Documents, Legal Issues, Background Report, Building a Life History, Verification Techniques, Documentation Criteria, References, Social Networking Laws and Minimum Standards.

 

Date: May 2 and 3, 2019

Time: Day 1-  8:00 am to 5:00 pm

         Day 2-  8:00 am to Noon      

Location:   Tri County Technology Center

                6101 Nowata Road Room: Cherokee Room

                 Bartlesville, Oklahoma 74006

CLEET Hours:  12

CLEET Catalog Number:  OS-2639  

Cost:  $350.00  

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

          Lieutenant Christopher Mims       

cdmims@cityofbartlesville.org

  918-338-4052

 
 

EXECUTIVE PROTECTION COURSE

 

COURSE SYLLABUS: Intro to Executive Protection, Oklahoma Concealed Carry Course, Organization of a Protection detail, Protection operations planning and Briefing, Advanced team operations, Route and site security surveys and checklist, Vehicle operations, pedestrian movement, Arrivals and departures, Surveillance, Business, Residence, Hotel security, Firearms, Tactical Medic, Legal Considerations.

 

Date: May 4. 5,11, 12, 2019

Time: 9:00 AM

Location: Central Technology Center                                                                    

               3 CT Cir

               Drumright, Ok 74030                 

CLEET Hours: 50

CLEET Catalog Number:    18- 18-0706

Cost:     $ 400

 

Course Flyer

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Kerry Spencer       

 Tactical Training Specialist, LLC

Tactical.Training.Specialist@gmail.com

405-637-8485

 
 

 Law Enforcement Expandable Baton Training

Description: Learn effective baton carry and deployment techniques, including proper strike zone identification & exploitation in conjunction with defense strategies commonly utilized with the baton. Liability and relevant case law will also be covered. Expandable baton required. 

Date: 5/13/19
Time: 6p-10p
Location: Tulsa Tech Peoria, 3850 N. Peoria, Tulsa, OK
CLEET Hours:  4
CLEET Catalog Number:  18-4038
Cost:     $35

 

AGENCY INFORMATION
    David Karleskint
  david.karleskint@tulsatech.edu
918-828-2035


 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:  5/14/19
Time: 6p-10p
Location: Tulsa Tech Peoria, 3850 N. Peoria, Tulsa, OK
CLEET Hours:  4
CLEET Catalog Number:  18-4037
Cost:     $35

 

AGENCY INFORMATION
     David Karleskint 
  david.karleskint@tulsatech.edu 
918-828-2035

 

 Defense Against Lone Wolf Terrorists

 

Description:

Domestic terror attacks are increasing in frequency and lethality. Here in the West, attacks in Europe and

America are happening so fast it’s hard for security professionals to keep up. When an attack hits home, it's not the CIA

or FBI who are first on the scene, it's the local police. They are on the front lines saving lives, protecting the scene and

securing evidence.

However, the police are becoming targets as well. With the increase of IED’s, Active Shooter engagements, and

ambush attacks from jihadists and other terror groups, it’s never been a more dangerous time to be a police officer.

There’s a misconception that nothing can be done to prevent these attacks, but that’s wrong. The fact is that local

authorities are in a better position to intercept and thwart these domestic attacks than their federal counterparts. But it

takes knowledge. And it takes training.

 

Date: May 14-15th

Time: 0800-1700 hours      

Location: Oklahoma Highway Patrol Robert R. Lester Training Center

              Classroom E

CLEET Hours: 16

CLEET Catalog Number:  19-1112

Cost: 55.00 

 

Please Enroll through the website included in the flyer

 

Course Flyer

 


AGENCY INFORMATION

  LT Richard Losurdo

       Richard.losurdo@dps.ok.gov

 405-308-0262
 
 

Practical Firearms Training
 
Description: Learn the appropriate use of force through realistic, real-life scenarios. Utilizing the TI Training: Use of Force Training Simulator; which is a high definition video system on three screens, combined with high-tech weapon simulation. The TI Simulator will increase your heart rate, breathing and emotional level as you learn how to properly deal with potentially dangerous situations. Simulations may include highly charged/graphic scenarios and potentially offensive language.  Training room is large enough to use a patrol vehicle inside.Classroom instruction on Federal/State Use of Deadly Force court rulings, mental/physical preparation.Required information for Attendees: TI Simulator utilizes a Glock 22 handgun, AR-15 rifle, flashlight, taser, OC spray all with IR laser modifications and CO2 for felt recoil. Students should bring the gear they would normally carry, including their individual Handgun, a holster and belt. Class limited to max 10 students.
 
Date:   May 16, 2019   (class dates subject to change due to Instructor’s work/court schedule)
Time:   4 hours- 0900-1300
Location:   Northwest Technology Center, 1801 S 11th Street, Alva, Oklahoma 73717
CLEET Hours:    4
CLEET Catalog Number:   #18-4221
Cost:   NO COST      **Must contact Northwest Technology Center at 580-327-0344 to be enrolled. 
 

AGENCY INFORMATION
Steve Tani

  Stephen.tanio@dac.state.ok.us
580-327-2171

 

 


 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:  5/16/19

Time: 6p-10p          

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

CLEET Hours:  4

CLEET Catalog Number:  18-4039    

Cost:     $35

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  David Karleskint        

  david.karleskint@tulsatech.edu 

 918-828-2035

                                                                                    
 

 

Aquatic Death and Homicidal Drowning Investigations

 

Course registration/information contact: Karen or Brandon at Lifeguard Systems 845-657-5544 or lgs@teamlgs.com

Description:  Tragic accident or homicide?

You’ll never look at a body found-in water or drowning the same way again.

Drowning is the second most common cause of accidental death to children and 3rd for adults.

For all Dive Team members and Law enforcement personnel including: Detectives, Patrol Officers, Crime Scene Technicians, Medical Examiners, Coroners, and Prosecutors.

 

What were you taught about Body-Found-In-Water Investigations?

Is it a body dump or a drowning? State-of-the-art diagnostics of drowning

What to photo and document on body & scene

Bathtub, bucket, toilet, pool, & open water incidents.

SIDS or Homicidal Drowning?

Preservation of possible water crime scene

What happens to submerged bodies and evidence?

Submerged evidence recovery / processing (DNA, weapons, fabrics, pollen etc).

Was it not there, or did the dive team miss it?- How to tell the difference

Indications of homicides by drowning.

Autoerotic aquatic asphyxia and Aquatic Sexual Sadism

 

Learn what information to collect on every drowning or body-found-in-water scene. This program will change the way you look at and manage water-related incidents.

Topics Included: Personality typology theme development, Competitive examination (exercise), Gathering data, Detecting deception, Systematic interviewing, the interrogation process, Formulation and types of questions, Body language for the interrogator, Effective use of territory and zones

Instructor: Andrea Zaferes (recently featured on Dateline and the Discovery Channel)

Andrea Zaferes is a noted speaker at Forensic/Rescue Conferences worldwide, has published several books in the PSD field and consults on homicidal drowning cases across the U.S. & Canada. Past diving honors include; DAN Rolex Award, Beneath the Sea Diver of the Year Award, Women Divers Hall of Fame & much more.

 

Course registration/information contact: Karen or Brandon at Lifeguard Systems 845-657-5544 or lgs@teamlgs.com

 

Date: May 21 – 22, 2019

Time: 0800 – 1700 Hours

Location: Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office

                   Faulkner Building-Wood Room

                   303 West 1st Street, Tulsa OK 74103

CLEET Hours: 16 hours

CLEET Catalog Number:  17-2403

Cost$235 per student  

 


Course Flyer

 

AGENCY INFORMATION 
Bonnie Fidler
  bfidler@tcso.org  (PREFFERED CONTACT METHOD)
918-596-4512

 

 Advanced Ethics

 

Description: The course is designed to provide the student with applicable information that will assist in managing their ethical behavior. Professional knowledge workers face the stress and pressure in their work and personal lives. These pressures place them at risk of ethical drift away from their personal ethical standards. The course will make them aware of the threat and provide methods of preventing drift from occurring.

 

Date: May 22-23, 2019

Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Location: OPCTF Training Facility 8915 S. Olie Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK

CLEET Hours: 14, including 2 hours of mental health

CLEET Catalog Number: 17-2726

Cost:  $25.00 Per Day for non OACP members

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Lois Whitaker        

  lois@theoacp.org

  405-672-1225 Ext. 2

 

 


 Underwater Forensic Investigative Procedures Workshop

 

Course registration/information contact: Karen or Brandon at Lifeguard Systems 845-657-5544 or lgs@teamlgs.com

 

Description:  Guaranteed to make you safer and more effective. Learn how to reduce department liability while saving money.

This indoor workshop combines lectures and hands-on drills. It is an intensive, dynamic, state-of-the-art program by Andrea Zaferes, a 26 year veteran of the PSD field. This is like no other PSD Workshop!

 

The following are examples of the topics we will address during this workshop in addition to answering your questions and concerns:

The most effective SARR procedures, what should be in SOP/SOG to protect safety and liability of team members and the department, Blackwater and debris-filled dives, Dives in currents greater than 1 knot, Common safety mistakes, Costly equipment purchasing errors, The most proven contingency procedures, Entanglement risk prevention and mitigation, Small evidence search and recovery, Boat Operations, Thin Ice Diving Operations, Large Area Search Operations, Court-Ready Documentation of UW and top-side scene, Evidence recovery & processing, What every PSD team should document in regards to postmortem

Changes, Homicidal Drowning Investigation, What must be photographed ASAP, Prove and document that your search was completely accurate. Prove: If you did not find it - it was not there, Aquatic witness interviewing skills, Maintaining skills with little to no budgets, keeping up team morale and Aquatic Sexual Sadism

 

Instructor: Andrea Zaferes (seen recently on Dateline & the Discovery Channel)

 

Course registration/information contact: Karen or Brandon at Lifeguard Systems 845-657-5544 or lgs@teamlgs.com

 

Date:    May 29, 2019

Time:   1800 – 2200 Hours

Location: Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office

                  Faulkner Building-Wood Room

               303 West 1st Street, Tulsa OK 74103

CLEET Hours: 4 hours

CLEET Catalog Number:  19-1214

CostFREE workshop, requires pre-registration  

 

Course registration/information contact: Karen or Brandon at Lifeguard Systems 845-657-5544 or lgs@teamlgs.com

 

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Bonnie Fidler

  bfidler@tcso.org  (PREFFERED CONTACT METHOD)

  918-596-4512

 

  


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) Email Michella.carter@osbi.ok.gov to enroll.

 

Date:  May 30, 2019

Time: 0900 to 1630 hours   

Location: Forensic Science Center

               800 E. 2nd

               Edmond, OK  73045

CLEET Hours: 8

CLEET Catalog Number: 19-0452    

Cost: FREE 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Michella Carter      

  michella.carter@osbi.ok.gov (ENROLLMENT)

  405-175-9575

 
 

Practical Firearms Training
 
Description: Learn the appropriate use of force through realistic, real-life scenarios. Utilizing the TI Training: Use of Force Training Simulator; which is a high definition video system on three screens, combined with high-tech weapon simulation. The TI Simulator will increase your heart rate, breathing and emotional level as you learn how to properly deal with potentially dangerous situations. Simulations may include highly charged/graphic scenarios and potentially offensive language.  Training room is large enough to use a patrol vehicle inside.Classroom instruction on Federal/State Use of Deadly Force court rulings, mental/physical preparation.Required information for Attendees: TI Simulator utilizes a Glock 22 handgun, AR-15 rifle, flashlight, taser, OC spray all with IR laser modifications and CO2 for felt recoil. Students should bring the gear they would normally carry, including their individual Handgun, a holster and belt. Class limited to max 10 students.
 
Date:   June 13, 2019   (class dates subject to change due to Instructor’s work/court schedule)
Time
:   4 hours- 0900-1300

Location:  Northwest Technology Center, 1801 S 11th Street, Alva, Oklahoma 73717
CLEET Hours:    4
CLEET Catalog Number:  #18-4221
Cost:   NO COST      **Must contact Northwest Technology Center at 580-327-0344 to be enrolled. 
 

AGENCY INFORMATION
Steve Tani

  Stephen.tanio@dac.state.ok.us
580-327-2171
 

 

  Glock Armorer’s Course

 

Description: Certified Armorer Certification for all Glock Model Pistols (except G18/C Select-Fire models). See attached flyer. Register at   www.glocktraining.com 

 

Date: June 13, 2019

Time: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm  

Location: Tri County Technology Center, Cherokee Room

               6101 Nowata Road Bartlesville, Oklahoma 74006

CLEET Hours: 8

CLEET Catalog Number:  OS-0165 

Cost:  $250.00 

 

Course Flyer

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Lieutenant Christopher Mims       

cdmims@cityofbartlesville.org

   918-338-4052

 

 


 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) Email Michella.carter@osbi.ok.gov to enroll.

 

Date:  July 9, 2019

Time: 0900 to 1630 hours   

Location: Forensic Science Center

               800 E. 2nd

               Edmond, OK  73045

CLEET Hours: 8

CLEET Catalog Number: 19-0452    

Cost: FREE 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Michella Carter      

  michella.carter@osbi.ok.gov (ENROLLMENT)

  405-175-9575

 
 

 

 NTOA Hostage Rescue Training

 

Description: COURSE OVERVIEW

This course offers training for SWAT team members with prior basic SWAT training and will address advanced tactics and techniques.  Students will be introduced to and trained in the crucial aspects of hostage rescue operations. Topics include hostage rescue concepts, rapid deployment, emergency entry tactics, tactical operations center, and crisis negotiations concepts. Hostage rescue techniques and force options will be covered in-depth including stronghold, vehicle, and tactical precision long rifle options.  The students will complete multiple fast-paced field training exercises that will improve and enhance tactical skills.

 

INSTRUCTIONAL GOALS

Upon completion of this course the attendee will be familiar with:

  1. Procedures for resolution of a hostage situation
  2. Tactical operations center concepts
  3. Crisis negotiations concepts
  4. Hostage rescue techniques and options

 

Date: July 15-19, 2019

Time: 0800-1700    

Location: Okmulgee Police Department

             114 E 7th street

             Okmulgee, OK 74447

CLEET Hours: 40

CLEET Catalog Number: 18-3942   

Cost:  The NTOA individual member discounted fee is $769. Agencies that have an agency membership pay $794 which includes a 1-year individual digital NTOA membership. All others will be charged a course fee of $824 which includes a 1-year individual NTOA membership

 

 

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Patrick LeGrand    

plegrand@okmcity.net

  918-758-1141

 

 


 

  D.A.R.E. Officer Training    

 

Description: This is a two-week training that certifies law enforcement officers to teach the D.A.R.E. elementary and middle school curriculums, keepin’ it REAL (kiR).  Once this course is completed the officer will be certified to teach the K-4 Curriculum, the 5th and 6th Grade Curriculum and the Middle School Curriculum. 

 

The curriculum is designed based on the Socio-Emotional Learning Theory (SEL), identifies fundamental, basic skills and developmental processes needed for healthy development including: Self-awareness and management; Responsible decision making; Relationship and communication skills; Handling responsibilities and challenges

 

SEL theory teaches youth to control their impulses and think about risks and consequences resulting in more responsible choices.  D.A.R.E. believes that if you can teach youth to make safe and responsible decisions, it will guide them to healthy choices, not only about drugs, but across all parts of their lives. As they grow to be responsible citizens, they will lead healthier and more productive drug-free lives.

 

The D.A.R.E. elementary and middle school kiR curriculums are each comprised of 10 lessons, designed to be taught in 45 to 60 minutes based on school scheduling availability.

 

If you wish to attend this training, please download the application at okdare.com and e-mail it to okdaretraining@gmail.com

 

Date: July 15 – 26, 2019

Time:  8:00 a.m.  to 5:00 p.m.

Location:  Wyndham Garden Hotel located at 2101 S. Meridian, OKC, OK, 73108        

CLEET Hours:  80 hours

CLEET Catalog Number:     19-1133

CostNo Hotel Room – The registration fee is $200 with no hotel room. If you live within 40 miles of

the Wyndham Garden Hotel, 2101 S. Meridian, OKC, OK. 73108.  Includes lunch buffet.

 

Shared Room - Registration is $600 and includes hotel accommodations with a roommate of

 the same gender for 10 nights, with breakfast and lunch buffet each day. 

 

Private Room - Registration is $1,300 and includes hotel accommodations with no roommate for

10 nights with breakfast and lunch buffet each day, Going home on the weekend. 

 

Private Room -Registration is $1,400 and includes hotel accommodations with no roommate for

12 nights with breakfast and lunch buffet each day, (lunch buffet is not included on the  

weekends).  Staying over the weekend. 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

     Ken Brodrick 

   kbrodrick@wntpd.com or okdaretraining@gmail.com  

         918-678-6368      

 
 

Tap-Rack SWAT Team Leader 
 
Instructor: Bill BlowersDescription:SWAT Team LeaderThis course covers everything you need to know to be a working team leader. We will teach you how to plan missions, manage officers, set standards and select personnel. Instructors are experienced, active team leaders for large teams.
 
Date: July 22nd-24th, 2019
Time: 0800-1700 hours
Location:Canadian County Sheriff’s Office Training Annex201 N. Rock Island El Reno, OK 73036
CLEET Hours: 24
CLEET Catalog Number: 18-4467  
Cost: $500
 
ALL Registration will be directly through Tap-Rack Tactical info@tap-rack.com or by phone at 253-318-4972   
 
AGENCY INFORMATION
Canadian County Special Operations Team
POC: Deputy Kyle Bridges
Work Cell: (405)434-2816
E-Mail: bridgesk@ccsheriff.net
 

 
Tap-Rack Tactical Ballistic Shield Operator
 
Description:Tap-Rack Tactical Ballistic Shield OperatorInstructor: Bill BlowersWe will cover different levels of protection, construction, accessories and application. Topics covered include marksmanship, weapon handling and manipulation, defensive tactics, shield tactics and team movement using ballistic shields or blankets.
 
Date: July 25th and 26th, 2019
Time: 0800-1700 hours
Location:Yukon Police Department100 S. RanchwoodYukon, OK 73099
Range Location:Yukon Police Department Range512 ½ W. Wagner Road Yukon, OK 73099
CLEET Hours: 16
CLEET Catalog Number: 18-4468
Cost: $300 
 
ALL Registration will be directly through Tap-Rack Tactical info@tap-rack.com or by phone at 253-318-4972    
 
AGENCY INFORMATION
Canadian County Special Operations Team
POC: Deputy Kyle Bridges
Work Cell: (405)434-2816
E-Mail: bridgesk@ccsheriff.net
 


 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:  8/12/19
Time: 6p-10p
Location: Tulsa Tech Peoria, 3850 N. Peoria, Tulsa, OK
CLEET Hours:  4
CLEET Catalog Number:  18-4037
Cost:     $35

 

AGENCY INFORMATION
       David Karleskint
david.karleskint@tulsatech.edu 
918-828-2035



 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: 8/13/19

Time: 6p-10p          

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

CLEET Hours:  4

CLEET Catalog Number:  18-4039    

Cost:     $35

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  David Karleskint        

 david.karleskint@tulsatech.edu 

 918-828-2035

 

 


 Tactical PTSD – The Silent Sniper

 

Description: Refer to attached Flyer.

 

Date: August 14, 2019

Time: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Location:   Tri County Technology Center

                6101 Nowata Road Room: Event Center Room

                Bartlesville, Oklahoma 74006

CLEET Hours:  8 Cleet hours with 2 hours mental health

CLEET Catalog Number:  19-1157  

Cost:  $50.00  

 

Course Flyer

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

        Lieutenant Christopher Mims       

cdmims@cityofbartlesville.org

 918-338-4052

 

 


Law Enforcement Expandable Baton Training

 

Description: Learn effective baton carry and deployment techniques, including proper strike zone identification & exploitation in conjunction with defense strategies commonly utilized with the baton. Liability and relevant case law will also be covered. Expandable baton required. 

 

Date:  8/15/19

Time: 6p-10p          

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

CLEET Hours:  4

CLEET Catalog Number:  18-4038    

Cost:     $35

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

      David Karleskint        

  david.karleskint@tulsatech.edu 

  918-828-2035

     

  FBI-LEEDA (Executive Leadership Institute ELI) – Trilogy Leadership Series

 

Description:   An Innovative 4 ½ day program designed for executive-level law enforcement leaders and focuses on the emerging challenges facing 21st century police leaders.

 

Date:  August 24 – 28 , 2020          

Time:  8:30 am to 5:30 pm 

Location: Tri County Technical College 6101 Nowata Road, Bartlesville, Ok 74006 Cherokee Room

CLEET Hours: 36 Hours

CLEET Catalog Number: OS - 0937   

Cost:  $695.00  

 

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION
 
Lieutenant Christopher Mims
cdmims@cityofbartlesville.org
918-338-4052
To register: www.fbileeda.org or call 877-772-7712

 


 FBI-LEEDA (Supervisor Leadership Institute SLI) – Trilogy Leadership Series

 

Description:   A fundamental 4 ½ day course that helps prepare the next generation of police leaders for their critical first steps in police leadership. Supervisors and managers at higher levels will benefit from the topics covered in this course.

Date:  August 26 – 30, 2019
Time:  8:30 am to 5:30 pm
Location: Tri County Technical College 6101 Nowata Road, Bartlesville, Ok 74006 Cherokee Room
CLEET Hours: 28 Hours
CLEET Catalog Number:  OS-2549
Cost:  $695.00  

Course Flyer

 

AGENCY INFORMATION
Lieutenant Christopher Mims
cdmims@cityofbartlesville.org
918-338-4052
To register: www.fbileeda.org or call 877-772-7712

 

 
   Handgun Combatives Police Pistol
 
Description: The purpose of the course is to take law enforcement officers beyond the normal “qualification” course or in-service program and provide them with skills they can use when faced with a deadly threat. The course will focus on the handgun and its use in duty applications and the combative environment. Fast but accurate shooting will be emphasized, with a focus on what it means to be combative while keeping deadly force reasonable. Other content covered includes:
  • Essential skills (grip, body position, use of sights, trigger manipulation, etc.)
  • Particular skills sets including holster skills, reloading, clearing malfunctions, critical space shooting and movement in conflict, both move then shoot drills and shooting on the move
  • Shooting in unconventional positions including the proper use of essential skills when handicapped by the position an officer ends up in while in conflict. 
  • Critical Space combative pistol skills drills, a combination of open hand skills and close retention shooting.
  • Also covered will be gun and human movement while working in “the hole” (double arms length). 
Attendance in the course can be paid for through PayPal at the Handgun Combatives website at https://handguncombatives.com/. Law Enforcement agencies needing to pay by PO or other means can contact Handgun Combatives through their email handguncombatives@gmail.com. This course is available to law enforcement, military, and certified private security professionals only. For questions about the course, contact Instructor Dave Spaulding at handguncombatives@gmail.com. For questions regarding the range facilities and lodging, please contact Chief Wes Clymer at 918-760-3919 or wesclymer@sbcglobal.net
 
Date:      September 28th-29th, 2019
Time:      0800-1700
Location:  Pawnee PD range
               North Lake Road
               Pawnee, OK 74058
CLEET Hours:         16
CLEET Catalog Number: 18-4284 
Cost:             450.00 
 
   AGENCY INFORMATION     
Chief of Police, Wesley Clymer
Wesclymer@sbcglobal.net
  918-760-3919 
 

 F.B.I. LEEDA Supervisor Leadership Institute
(Part 1 of the FBI-LEEDA Trilogy)

 

Description: The FBI – LEEDA Supervisor Leadership Institute is a cutting edge 4 ½ day program built especially for first-line supervisors and middle managers with the goal of enhancing their leadership competencies. The Supervisor Leadership Institute faculty members are senior law enforcement leaders who are committed to passing on their lessons learned. Attendees will be engaged in personality diagnostics, leadership case studies, mentoring, developing your people, performance management, risk management and credibility. This institute is student-centered and rich in facilitated dialogue and group work.

  • Introduction to Supervisor Leadership
  • Establish and Maintain Credibility
  • Discipline
  • Liability
  • Five Dysfunctions of a Team

Date: September 30- October 4, 2019
Time: 0830 hours
Location: Oklahoma City Community College
               Keith Leftwich Memorial Library
CLEET Hours: 28
CLEET Catalog Number: OS-2549
Cost: $695.00

 

Course Flyer

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

Austin Slaten - Training Coordinator,
Oklahoma City Community College Police Department
austin.l.slaten@occc.edu
405-682-1611 Ext. 7322

 

 


 

Recognition, Response and Administration of Naloxone: Opioid Overdose 101

 

Description: Attendees will obtain a baseline understanding of the opiate overdose problem, understand how opioids work, identify an opioid overdose, and learn how to respond and use naloxone in an opioid overdose emergency.

 

Date: October 25, 2019

Time: 11am-1pm

Location: Ardmore Public Library Conference Room, 320 E Street NW, Ardmore, OK 73401

CLEET Hours: 2 Hours Mental Health

CLEET Catalog Number:   17-0650 

Cost:     FREE!

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Mary Kate Cole     

 mary.cole@odmhsas.org

 405-248-9155

 

 

F.B.I. LEEDA Command Leadership Institute
(Part 2 of the FBI-LEEDA Trilogy)

 

Description: The FBI - LEEDA Command Leadership Institute is a dynamic, intense and challenging 4 ½ day program specifically and uniquely designed to prepare law enforcement leaders for command level positions. The Command Leadership Institute's focus is to provide real life contemporary, best-practice strategies and techniques for those aspiring to command level assignments. Students will be engaged in such topics such as credibility, command discipline and liability, dealing with problem employees, and leading change within an organization. The Command Leadership Institute is student-centered with a high degree of student involvement.

  • Leadership Expectations
  • Mastery of Self
  • Leadership Overview
  • Mindset & Organizational Culture
  • Leadership Behavior and Actions
  • Managing the Problem Employee
  • Police Discipline
  • Liability
  • Leading Change
  • Social/Emotional Connection


Date: November 18-22, 2019
Time: 0830 hours
Location: Oklahoma City Community College
                 Keith Leftwich Memorial Library
CLEET Hours: 28
CLEET Catalog Number: OS-2307
Cost: $695.00

 

Course Flyer

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

Austin Slaten - Training Coordinator,
Oklahoma City Community College Police Department
austin.l.slaten@occc.edu
405-682-1611 Ext. 7322

 

 Glock Armorer Course

 

Description: Armorer Certification

 

Date: November 21st, 2019

Time: 0800-1700    

Location: Spencer Training Center 8601 Main Street Spencer, OK 73084

CLEET Hours: 8 Hours

CLEET Catalog Number: 18-4044

Cost: $250 ***Must register on Glock website***   

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Cpl. Britain Oxley 

  Tharol.oxley@oklahomacounty.org

  405-593-1320

 

 


 

F.B.I. LEEDA Executive Leadership Institute
(Part 3 of the FBI-LEEDA Trilogy)

 

Description: The FBI – LEEDA Executive Leadership Institute is an innovative 4 ½ day program designed for executive level law enforcement leaders and focuses on the emerging challenges facing our profession. This highly interactive program follows the FBI-LEEDA “cops talking to cops” model of professional development. The course first looks inward to identify the forces of change and emerging trends within law enforcement, such as the challenges of merging the perspectives of traditionalist, baby boomer, generation X, and Millennial employees and presents leadership strategies to manage and adapt to future conditions.

  • Power and Leadership
  • Transactional and Transformational Leadership
  • Generations and Diversity
  • Employee Wellness
  • Fair and Impartial Policing and Restorative Justice


Date: January 20-24, 2020
Time: 0830 hours
Location: Oklahoma City Community College
                 Keith Leftwich Memorial Library
CLEET Hours: 30
CLEET Catalog Number: OS-0644
Cost: $695.00

 

Course Flyer

 

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Austin Slaten - Training Coordinator,
Oklahoma City Community College Police Department
austin.l.slaten@occc.edu
405-682-1611 Ext. 7322


  FBI-LEEDA (Command Leadership Institute CLI) – Trilogy Leadership Series

 

Description:   An inspiring and dynamic 4 ½ day course specifically and uniquely designed to prepare law enforcement leaders for command level positions.

 

Date:  March 23 – 27, 2020
Time:  8:30 am to 5:30 pm
Location: Tri County Technical College 6101 Nowata Road, Bartlesville, Ok 74006 Cherokee Room
CLEET Hours: 28 Hours
CLEET Catalog Number: OS-2307  
Cost:  $695.00  

 

Course Flyer

 

AGENCY INFORMATION
   
Lieutenant Christopher Mims
cdmims@cityofbartlesville.org
918-338-4052

 To register: www.fbileeda.org or call 877-772-7712

 
 



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