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

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

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


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

   

First Line Supervision

 

Description: Leadership is not an easy task in the best of times but in the challenging times currently in law enforcement we will look at key principles all leaders should strive for as they prepare to make a difference in their law enforcement organization, especially under the current public scrutiny. This presentation will focus on individuals who are students of leadership and want to grow as individual leaders addressing their motivation for achieving and maintaining a high level of professionalism and leadership skills utilizing ethical decision-making.

 

Date: January 19-21, 2021

Time:0800-1700      

Location: 201 North Rock Island, El Reno, OK  73036

CLEET Hours: 20

CLEET Catalog Number: OF-6309

Cost: $295.00                                                                              Register Online: www.llrmi.com

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Lt. Mike Patswald 

  Patswaldm@ccsheriff.net

  405-596-9013

 


 

Fundamentals of De-Escalation

 

Description:

 

Hosted by the Bartlesville Police Department

 

Fundamentals of De-escalation offers concepts and methods to support de-escalation efforts when personal connections can be made by providing a ‘real-world’ approach to active listening and communicating tactfully, which will allow you to reduce liability, promote a professional image, build a rapport, and even save lives. The course is a necessity for any agency looking to expand on the ever-changing expectations of communication, and strategies from this course will provide you with an effective blueprint to solve situations before they erupt. This includes learning ways to address individuals during a mental health crisis, those whose perception of reality is altered, or those just having a bad day. The worst-case scenarios in these types of situations can end with harm to first responders, other employees, bystanders, or the person in crisis. We teach techniques every employee should have where communication is an essential part of their daily job.

 

At the completion of this course, students will be able to better understand human factors, behaviors, and personal performance to challenging situations with individuals in the midst of a crisis. Understand that active listening and tactful communication when used appropriately in such situations will assist in a resolution which is beneficial for all parties and in-turn promotes the safety of everyone involved.

 

Topics:

  • Articulate what “de-escalation” actually means and what its objectives are.
  • Promote a professional image by making better connections, establish rapport, and use effective active listening skills and principles of persuasion.
  • Discuss the tactical principles of de-escalation, risk assessment and decision-making (system 1 and system 2).
  • Apply concepts, such as the “Response-ability Zone” to evaluate tactics that are needed or likely to be successful in supporting a de-escalation.
  • Learn and apply the “Thought/Emotion Behavior” (TEB) Matrix to assist you in recognizing whether a subject is in “conflict,” “crisis” or has “contaminated” thinking, and which strategies of persuasion are most likely to be effective.
  • Learn about emotional regulation and how your own emotional approach and control strategy can maximize your response options while minimizing unnecessary emotional or physical escalation.
  • Recognize and list common barriers to effective communication that might be used unintentionally, promoting better practices such as active listening.
  • Discuss how professional de-escalation techniques embrace the concepts of “fair and impartial” and “rightful policing” principles.
  • Assist investigators and other personnel reviewing uses of force to recognize the pivotal behavioral and situational factors that must go into an assessment of whether de-escalation efforts might have been feasible or potentially effective.
  • Help community members and media outlets better understand what realistic de-escalation entails and the challenges that may be present. that can inhibit, if not prohibit, one’s ability to safely de-escalate.

 

Date: 01/21/2021

Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Location: Venue location TBD due to current COVID restrictions.  Bartlesville, OK 74003

CLEET Hours: 8/2MH

CLEET Catalog Number:  20-2503  

Cost: $145

 

   To Register Visit: Click Here

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

       Adam Walker         

adam@blueline-training.com

  (918) 213-9300

 

   Website: https://blueline-training.com

 

Contact Name: Sgt. Troy Newell

  tmnewell@cityofbartlesville.org

  (918) 338-4052

  

   Website: https://cityofbartlesville.org

 


 

TASER CEW Basic Instructor / Instructor Refresher

 

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

 

Date:   Classroom date - January 28th, 2021

            Other coursework to be completed online by students at least 2 weeks prior to class date.

Time:   0800 hours to 1500hours

Location:   Warr Acres City Hall Training Room

4301 N Ann Arbor Ave         

Warr Acres, OK  73122

CLEET Hours:20

CLEET Catalog Number:    19-2143

Cost:     $375.00 for new and recertifying instructors

 

 Registration: All registrations for this course close 10 days in advance.

Payment is required at the time of registration. Students wanting to access the system must first have an account on Axon.

Existing Account: https://my.axon.com/s/login/?startURL=/buy

Create new account: https://my.axon.com/s/login/SelfRegister?startURL=/buy

There is a 24 to 48-hour verification approval process.

Help can be found at: https://www.axon.com/info-click-here-to-login?mnu=true&portalUser=&store=&cclcl=en_US&cartID=a9dddf37-89e7-4bd4-be33-75fccf94274e

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Warr Acres Police Department

 dgoodman@police.warracres-ok.gov

405-789-3329

 


  

Security Guard Tips for Report Writing

 

Description: Writing reports clearly and concisely to assist in an arrest or conviction takes critical recall, proper grammar and writing skills. Discover how to put together all the necessary information to withstand the test of the courts.

 

Date: 1/28/21

Time:  6-10pm        

Location:  Tulsa Tech, Peoria       3850 N. Peoria, Tulsa 74106

CLEET Hours:  4

CLEET Catalog Number:     PS 19081

Cost:     $35

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  David Karleskint

david.karleskint@tulsatech.edu

 918-828-2035

 


 

Traffic Stops: The Next Step & Fundamentals of Report Writing

 

Description: The Hughes County Sheriff's Office is excited to host this 8 hour training day for new officers and seasoned veterans alike. These courses were designed to offer any officer some new tools to carry with them out on the streets.

In "Traffic Stops: The Next Step" officers will learn about how to take some traffic stops from just a basic citation or warning, and turn it into a full blown criminal case.

In "Fundamentals of Report Writing" will cover effective report writing strategy, basic grammar, and other tools necessary to present an EXCELLENT report.

 

Date: 1/29/21

Time:  9am-4pm        

Location:  Holdenville High School Centennial Center

Parking available at the Holdenville FBC located at 324 N Broadway Holdenville, OK 74848

CLEET Hours:  8 total (4 per class)

CLEET Catalog Number:     Fundamentals of Report Writing 20-2653

                                       Traffic Stops: The Next Step 20-2363

Cost:     FREE

 

Please follow this link to register for this class:

https://forms.gle/1SvAxm1PyDi16YXJ7

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Kile Turley

  E.J. Smock

Hughes County Sheriff’s Office

Kileturley1@gmail.com

Ejsmock463@gmail.com

 


 

 Interdiction Mastermind

 

 

Description:

 

 

This course is intended to give police officers a clear understanding of what it means to be an effective criminal interdiction officer. The instructor, Sergeant Kenny Williams, will break down piece by piece the tactics and mindset utilized by proactive police officers. The course covers the importance of vehicle selection for a pre-textual stop and will go through how and why he chooses specific vehicles. Having this knowledge will save countless hours of trial and error. “Interdiction Mastermind,” will also cover why criminals join criminal enterprises, common drug routes, body language, deceptive behavior, and common-sense approaches to understanding reasonable suspicion. Moreover, Williams will discuss effective demeanor and language to be utilized by officers during their interaction with potential offenders.

The course includes several video clips from Williams’ actual stops, in order to show and explain exactly what he found suspicious. Williams will also be answering any questions that are posed, offering his successful perspective on the topic. The amount of understanding and confidence officers will take away after the completion of the course will serve to be invaluable. Police officer’s nationwide have gained knowledge from watching Kenny Williams’ motor vehicle stops on video, and now have the opportunity to learn from him firsthand. This really is a rare opportunity to be a part of training that is unlike any other.

Instructor Kenny Williams is one of the country’s leading experts in criminal vehicle interdiction. Sergeant Williams began his career in 2007, and currently works as a full time K9 interdiction officer. Williams has been personally responsible for the seizure of over 4 million dollars cash, several hundred pounds of illicit narcotics, and well over a ton of Marijuana. Williams has received countless awards for his work from numerous organizations and has established a national reputation. Williams is a fully certified EPIC and DIAP instructor. 

 

Date: February 1, 2021

Time: 0900-1600 hours      

Location: Metro Tech Conference Center

               4901 S. Bryant Ave

               Oklahoma City, OK 73129

CLEET Hours: 6

CLEET Catalog Number:  20-02460  

Cost: $199 per student 

  

 TO REGISTER VISIT:

 

streetcoptraining.com/class

 

 

Course Flyer

 

 

 Facebook.com/groups/streetcoptraining

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  LT Richard Losurdo

   Richard.losurdo@dps.ok.gov

  405-308-0262

 


 

                 The 5th Annual Beyond Awareness
                 Summit  (Crimes Against Children and Sex Trafficking)

Hosted by The Demand Project, U.S. Marshals Service, Tulsa     

County Sheriff’s Office, Tulsa Police Department and the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children                     

Description:
Sex crimes against children and human trafficking is a steady and  complex problem in Oklahoma that is not going away. It doesn't matter  the size of the department or the zip code the agency or department is in,  there is exploitation all around us in all corners of Oklahoma. Law  Enforcement from local, state and federal agencies need to know what it  is, what it looks like, how technology plays a role, how to identify  victims, how to treat victims, how to work with NGO’s and who to call  if they encounter a case...and ultimately become part of the solution. 

The Beyond Awareness Summit brings the best presenters in Oklahoma  to one location (Tulsa) for an information packed event that will equip  and empower law enforcement to become better at stopping the horrors  of sex crimes against children and human trafficking in Oklahoma. 

Members of Law Enforcement that attend will walk away from this Summit with updated, key knowledge in all areas of this ongoing war  against children! You DO NOT want to miss this event! You will also meet other LEO members and make great contacts. 

 Networking opportunities will be available. 

To Register go to: www.TheDemandProject.org 

 

Due to COVID restrictions this event which normally draws close to 500 attendees will be limited to 200. Masks are required.

Date: February 4-5, 2021 
Time: Day 1 - 0800 to 1700 hours  * Day 2 - 0800 to 1700 hours 
Location: Tulsa Tech - Owasso Campus 

CLEET Hours: 16 hours including 8 mental health
CLEET Catalog Number: 19-1513, 14, 15 and 16

Cost: $49 per day or $80 for both days - includes breakfast / lunch / coffee 

AGENCY INFORMATION
 Jason Weis 
 jason.weis@thedemandproject.org
 918-346-2168       


 

FBI-LEEDA Supervisor Leadership Institute

 

Description:

 

 

 The FBI-LEEDA Supervisor Leadership Institute (SLI) is a foundational 4½-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, appreciating how first line supervisors are critical to the success of the organization. To lead others, we must first know ourselves and SLI takes us on that part of the leadership journey. Among the modules covered in this course, students will find out how the DISC factors, Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Compliance, can predict your behavior towards others in day-to-day interactions. The students will thoroughly examine the concepts of credibility, accountability and motivation, while becoming familiar with aspects of liability and discipline that are vital to leadership at all levels of the organization.

 

Date: February 8-12, 2021

Time: 0830-16-30 hours     

Location: Robert R. Lester Training Center –Classroom E

              3600 N. Martin Luther King Ave.

              Oklahoma City, OK 73111

CLEET Hours: 28

CLEET Catalog Number:  OS-3846

Cost: $695 per student 

 

Enrollment:  

 TO REGISTER VISIT: www.fbileeda.org

 

 

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  LT Richard Losurdo

  Richard.losurdo@dps.ok.gov

  405-308-0262

 


 

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: 2/9/21

Time: 5:30-9:30p    

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

 


 

 Practical Handgun Applications

 

Description: CLEET and Law Enforcement Officer training for Handgun Applications. 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.   Classroom instruction on mental/physical preparation, as well as LEFR/TCCC considerations.

Required information for Attendees: TI Simulator utilizes a Glock 22 handgun, 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 10, 2021

          (class dates subject to change due to Instructor’s work/court schedule)

Time:   0830-1700

Location: Northwest Technology Center, 1801 S 11th Street, Alva, Oklahoma 73717

CLEET Hours: Eight (8)

CLEET Catalog Number:   #19-3949 

Cost:     No Cost (***Must Enroll through NW Technology Center, 580-327-0344)

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Steve Tanio

  Stephen.tanio@dac.state.ok.us

  ***Must Enroll through NW Technology Center, 580-327-0344

  


 

TRAFFIC STOPS; SIMULATOR BASED SHOOTING DECISIONS

 

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

 

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

 

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

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

Date: February 11th, 2021

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

Location: Northwest Technology Center; Alva Oklahoma

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

CLEET Catalog Number:     19-3764

Cost:     FREE

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Angie Flynt - Northwest Technology Center

            aflynt@nwtech.edu           

             580.327.0403                

  


 

PATROL SHOOTING ENCOUNTERS AND DECISIONS

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

DUE TO COVID-19 Class limited to max 10 students.

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

Date: February 18th, 2021

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

Location: Northwest Technology Center; Alva Oklahoma

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

CLEET Catalog Number:     19-3763

Cost:     FREE

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

Angie Flynt - Northwest Technology Center

            aflynt@nwtech.edu              

           580.327.0403                

  


 

 Fundamentals of De-Escalation

 

 

Description: 

Hosted by the Jones Police Department

 

Course Overview:

Fundamentals of De-escalation offers concepts and methods to support de-escalation efforts when personal connections can be made by providing a ‘real-world’ approach to active listening and tactical communication, which, allows you to reduce liability, promote a professional image, build a rapport, and even save lives. This course is a necessity for any agency looking to expand on the ever-changing expectations of de-escalation. We will offer communication strategies that provides you with an effective blueprint to calm situations before they erupt. The worst-case scenarios in these types of situations can end with harm to first responders, other employees, bystanders, or the person in crisis. We teach techniques every employee should have where communication is an essential part of their daily job.

 

At the end of the Course:

At the completion of this course, students will be able to better understand human factors, behaviors, and personal performance to challenging situations with individuals. Understand that active listening and tactical communication when used appropriately in such situations will assist in a resolution which is beneficial for all parties and in-turn promotes the safety of everyone involved.

 

Course Topics:

 

  • Articulate what “de-escalation” actually means and what its objectives are.
  • Promote a professional image by making better connections, establish rapport, and use effective active listening skills and principles of persuasion.
  • Discuss the principles of de-escalation, risk assessment and critical decision-making.
  • Apply concepts, such as the “Response-ability Zone” to evaluate tactics that are needed or likely to be successful in sup-porting de-escalation.
  • Learn about emotional regulation and how your own emotional approach and control strategy can maximize your response options while minimizing unnecessary emotional or physical escalation.
  • Recognize and list common barriers to effective communication that might be used unintentionally.
  • Assist investigators and other personnel reviewing uses of force to recognize the pivotal behavioral and situational factors that must go into an assessment of whether de-escalation efforts might have been feasible or effective.
  • Help community members and media outlets better understand what realistic de-escalation entails and the challenges that may be present that can inhibit, if not prohibit, one’s ability to safely de-escalate.

 

Date: 02/19/2021

Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Location: EOC Technology Center, BDC Building, 4601 N. Choctaw Rd, Choctaw, Ok 73020

CLEET Hours: 8/2MH

CLEET Catalog Number:  20-2503  

Cost: $130

 

   To Register Visit: Click Here

 

   To Host for Agency: Click Here

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

Adam Walker         

adam@blueline-training.com

(918) 213-9300

 

   Website: https://blueline-training.com

  


 

 FBI LEEDA Command Leadership Institute

 

DescriptionThe Command Leadership Institute (CLI) is part two of the three-step leadership series that makes up the FBI-LEEDA Trilogy.  The CLI is a dynamic and challenging program uniquely designed to prepare law enforcement leaders for command level positions.

The Command Leadership Institute provides real-life, contemporary, best-practice strategies and techniques for those who are already commanders or are aspiring to a command level assignment. CLI faculty members are passionate instructors who have executive level law enforcement and leadership experience.

CLI students will be engaged in such topics as: credibility, command discipline, liability, problem employees, and leading change within an organization.  The Command Leadership Institute is student-centered with a high degree of student involvement.

 

Date:   February 22nd- 26th, 2021

Time:            8:30 am

Location:      Broken Arrow Police Department Training Facility

4205 E Omaha Str. Broken Arrow, Ok 74014

CLEET Hours:  28

CLEET Catalog Number:     19-1522

Cost:     $695.00

 

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Captain Deidre Hughes

dhughes@brokenarrowok.gov

  918-451-8200 ext. 8720

 

Registration Link: https://fbileeda.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=1430518&group=

 


 

ACTIVE SHOOTER HOSTAGE BASED SCENES

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

DUE TO COVID-19 Class limited to max 10 students.

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

Date: February 25th, 2021

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

Location: Northwest Technology Center; Alva Oklahoma

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

CLEET Catalog Number:     19-3762

Cost:     FREE

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Angie Flynt - Northwest Technology Center

                 aflynt@nwtech.edu           

                  580.327.0403                

 


 

Active Shooter Preparation

 

Description: LEO training for active shooter events. 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.   Classroom instruction on 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 3, 2021

          (class dates subject to change due to Instructor’s work/court schedule)

Time:   0800-1700

Location: Northwest Technology Center, 1801 S 11th Street, Alva, Oklahoma 73717

CLEET Hours: Eight (8) including two (2) hours mental health

CLEET Catalog Number:   #19-2749 

Cost:     No Cost (***Must Enroll through NW Technology Center, 580-327-0344)

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Steve Tanio

Stephen.tanio@dac.state.ok.us

 : ***Must Enroll through NW Technology Center, 580-327-0344

 


 

Custody and Control Tactics for Law Enforcement and Security Officers  

 

Description: During this four hour course, students will learn the basics in self-defense and custody and control of a subject resisting detainment or arrest.  Students will become familiar with techniques on controlling an individual actively resisting by using takedowns and ground control techniques. 

 

Required Equipment:

  • Comfortable training gear such sweat pants
  • T-shirt or rash guard
  • Sandals
  • Boxing gloves (if owned).
  • Mouth guard
  • Hoodies
  • Zip-up jackets

 

Date: 03/06/2021

Time: 1400 hours to 1800 hours

Location: Ryan’s Brazilian Jiu Jitsu - 216 S Trenton Ave, Tulsa, OK 74120

CLEET Hours: 4

CLEET Catalog Number:   20-2606 

Cost:     $75

 

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Latif Whitsett – Alpha 1 Tactical LLC     

   Register at https://alwaysalpha1.com/training/ols/products/custody-and-control-tactics-for-law-enforcement-and-security-officers

   Alpha1Tactics@gmail.com

 918-640-2552

 


 

ACTIVE SHOOTER HOSTAGE BASED SCENES

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

DUE TO COVID-19 Class limited to max 10 students.

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

Date: March 8th, 2021

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

Location: Northwest Technology Center; Alva Oklahoma

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

CLEET Catalog Number:     19-3762

Cost:     FREE

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Angie Flynt - Northwest Technology Center

                    aflynt@nwtech.edu             

                     580.327.0403                

 


 

 Basic K9 Apprehension

 

Description:

The objective of this course is to introduce “new” Handler Teams to the basic techniques utilized during Law Enforcement/Military Patrol K9 deployments.  New Handler Team could mean both K9 and Handler are both novice, experienced K9 and novice Handler, or experienced Handler and novice K9.  This Course is for single purpose and/or multipurpose K9 teams.

EXPECTATION

It is expected that all the above forms of a New Handler Team will be able to, as a team, successfully deploy as a team as required by the scope of their occupation.  Handlers will understand basic K9 drives and learn techniques to continue advancing the skill of K9 apprehension.  This course includes scenario based training and classroom instruction.  Each team will be given the opportunity to practice the NAPWDA Utility K9 standards at the end of the course.

 

 

Date: 3-8-2021 – 3-11-2021

Time: 8am-6pm       

Location: O-Gah-Pah Pride Kennel 11510 SE 110th St, Galena, KS 66739

CLEET Hours: 40

CLEET Catalog Number:  20-2498  

Cost:  $400

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

Donovan Hunter, Director O-Gah-Pah Pride Kennel

ogahpahkennel@gmail.com

  918-961-2983

  


 

TRAFFIC STOPS; SIMULATOR BASED SHOOTING DECISIONS

 

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

 

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

 

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

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

Date:  March 22nd, 2021

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

Location: Northwest Technology Center; Alva Oklahoma

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

CLEET Catalog Number:     19-3764

Cost:     FREE

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

Angie Flynt - Northwest Technology Center

               aflynt@nwtech.edu             

                 580.327.0403                

 


 

Recruiting and Applicant Background Investigations

 

Description: Participants will leave with the skills and knowledge of the importance of not only recruiting but also retention of quality personnel. It is just as important to keep the best people as it is to hire quality personnel. An organizational assessment should be the first step in the process and the need to break the cycle of mediocrity.

 

Background investigators will leave with the knowledge of their role in the selection process, the legal aspects of the background investigation, background interview sources of information and preparing the investigation report. Background investigations affect the future of an organization in many ways, thus selection practices are vital to ensuring that future law enforcement employees and supervisors are suited for the variety of duties expected from the populations they serve. This course will provide techniques, procedures and sample forms for the background investigator. 

 

Date: March 22-23, 2021

Time: 8:00am – 4:00pm both days

Location: Seminole Police Department   900 N Harvey Rd, Seminole, OK 74868

CLEET Hours:  16

CLEET Catalog Number:     21-0014

Cost:     $250.00 ($225 if 3 or more from same agency)

 

 

Course Flyer

 

AGENCY INFORMATION
On-Target Solutions Group      Gregory Anderson
greg.anderson@on-targetsolutionsgroup.com
815-545-1609


 

 Pat McCarthy’s Street Crimes Training

 

 

Description

3-DAY POLICE TRAINING SEMINAR INCLUDES:

  • Street Smart Intelligence Gathering
  • Interrogation Tactics
  • Homeland Security Issues/Domestic Threats
  • Covert Surveillance Techniques
  • First Responder Tips for Hostage Situations
  • Search Procedures
  • Courtroom Testimony Survival Tactics
  • De-escalation Tactics for the Mentally Distressed
  • Improving Police & Community Relations
  • Officer Safety Issues
  • Surviving Police Ambushes
  • Officer Involved Shootings
  • How to Conduct Effective Interviews
  • Body Language Indicators
  • Gang & Drug Investigation Tactics
  • Developing Street Sources & Confidential Informants

 

Be the best trained officer at your agency.
days of Street Crimes will give you years of valuable street-tested techniques and tactics that you can use immediately on your very next shift.

 

 

***Course registration: www.streetcrimes.com or call (800)275-4915

 

 

Date: March 22-24 2021

Time: 8:30-4:30      

Location:   EOC Choctaw

                4601 N. Choctaw Rd

                Choctaw, OK 73030

CLEET Hours: 24 hours

CLEET Catalog Number: 19-1369   

Cost:     $399 per person

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

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


Management and Supervision of Investigative Units

Description: The objectives of this program are: addresses the administrative requirements for managing the investigative processes; the other focuses on managing the operations of the investigative unit, and the evaluation of investigative personnel. We will discuss selection of investigators and supervisors, proper auditing procedures, evaluation of personnel, making impactful changes as necessary for effectiveness, the need to triage cases for assignment as well as investigative techniques.

Date: March 24-25, 2021
Time: 8:00am – 4:00pm both days
Location: Seminole Police Department   900 N Harvey Rd, Seminole, OK 74868
CLEET Hours:  16
CLEET Catalog Number: 20-1295   
Cost:     $250.00

 AGENCY INFORMATION
On-Target Solutions Group      Gregory Anderson
  greg.anderson@on-targetsolutionsgroup.com
  815-545-1609


 

 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: 3/25/21

Time:  6-10pm        

Location:  Tulsa Tech, Peoria       3850 N. Peoria, Tulsa 74106

CLEET Hours:  4

CLEET Catalog Number:   18-4038 

Cost:     $35

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  David Karleskint

  david.karleskint@tulsatech.edu

  918-828-2035

 


 On-Target Solutions to Problem Employees

Description:This upbeat and interactive course provides real world, successful examples on how to deal with different types of problem employees. Every government agency struggles with employees that are insubordinate, lazy, abuse sick time, display negative attitudes, and commit misconduct. Many executives and supervisors are ill equipped to deal with these problems other than with traditional discipline. On-Target Solutions to Problem Employees provides the government professional with the knowledge and tools necessary to deal with all types of problem employees. This course will influence participants’ opinions and attitudes and provide specific and proven ways how to handle problem employees!

Date: March 26, 2021
Time: 8:00am – 4:00pm
Location: Seminole Police Department   900 N Harvey Rd, Seminole, OK 74868
CLEET Hours:  8
CLEET Catalog Number:     21-0011
Cost:     $150.00 ($125 if 3 or more from same agency)

 

AGENCY INFORMATION
On-Target Solutions Group      Gregory Anderson
  greg.anderson@on-targetsolutionsgroup.com
815-545-1609

 


 

 PATROL SHOOTING ENCOUNTERS AND DECISIONS

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

DUE TO COVID-19 Class limited to max 10 students.

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

Date:  March 29th, 2021

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

Location: Northwest Technology Center; Alva Oklahoma

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

CLEET Catalog Number:     19-3763

Cost:     FREE

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Angie Flynt    - Northwest Technology Center

            aflynt@nwtech.edu             

              580.327.0403                

 


 

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. Save money, no firearms or ammunition needed.

 

Date: 3/31/21

Time:  6-10pm        

Location:  Tulsa Tech, Peoria       3850 N. Peoria, Tulsa 74106

CLEET Hours:  4

CLEET Catalog Number:   18-4037 

Cost:     $35

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  David Karleskint

david.karleskint@tulsatech.edu

918-828-2035

  


 

ACTIVE SHOOTER HOSTAGE BASED SCENES

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

DUE TO COVID-19 Class limited to max 10 students.

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

Date:  April 5th, 2021

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

Location: Northwest Technology Center; Alva Oklahoma

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

CLEET Catalog Number:     19-3762

Cost:     FREE

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Angie Flynt - Northwest Technology Center

                   aflynt@nwtech.edu             

                     580.327.0403                

                  


 

Basic K9 Detection

 

Description:

The objective of this course is to introduce new Handler Teams to the basic techniques utilized during passive alert K9 detection.  New Handler Team could mean both K9 and Handler are both novice, experienced K9 and novice Handler, or experienced Handler and novice K9.  All K9’s will be imprinted on their required odors prior to this course.

EXPECTATION

It is expected that all the above forms of a New Handler Team will be able to, as a team, successfully detect the odors (explosive or narcotic) required by the scope of their occupation.  Handlers will understand basic detection theory and learn techniques to continue advancing the skill of K9 detection.

 

Date: 4-5-2021 – 4-8-2021

Time: 8am-6pm       

Location: O-Gah-Pah Pride Kennel 11510 SE 110th St, Galena, KS 66739

CLEET Hours: 40

CLEET Catalog Number:  20-2497

Cost:  $400

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Donovan Hunter, Director O-Gah-Pah Pride Kennel

ogahpahkennel@gmail.com

  918-961-2983

 


 

How To Write A Search Warrant

(Preparation and Writing of Search Warrant Affidavits

and Search Warrants)

 

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

 

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

 

Date: April 7, 2021

Time:            0900-1700

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

CLEET Hours: 8

CLEET Catalog Number:  19-2747  

Cost:     None

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Steve Tanio

  Stephen.tanio@dac.state.ok.us

 580-327-0344

   


 

   TRAFFIC STOPS; SIMULATOR BASED SHOOTING DECISIONS

 

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

 

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

 

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

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

Date: April 12th, 2021

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

Location: Northwest Technology Center; Alva Oklahoma

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

CLEET Catalog Number:     19-3764

Cost:     FREE

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Angie Flynt - Northwest Technology Center

                   aflynt@nwtech.edu           

                      580.327.0403                

 


 

Accident Investigation for the Patrol Officer

 

Description: This classroom and hands-on course prepares the officer to conduct in-depth motor vehicle collision investigations

 

Date: April 12th-13th, 2021

Time: 0830 - 1630  

Location: Elk City PD, Elk City, Oklahoma

CLEET Hours: 16

CLEET Catalog Number:  20-0042  

Cost:  $300.00  

 

 

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

               Edwin W. (Ed) Johnston               

acs7612@yahoo.com

  405 401-6979

 


 

 FBI-LEEDA Command Leadership Institute

 

Description:

 

The FBI-LEEDA Command Leadership Institute is an inspiring and dynamic 4 ½ day course specifically and uniquely designed to prepare law enforcement leaders for command level positions. As part of the Trilogy-series of leadership courses, the Command Leadership Institute focuses on real-life contemporary strategies and techniques for those aspiring to or already in command-level assignments. Students will be engaged in such topics as command responsibility, discipline and liability, team building, resilient leadership, and leading change within an organization.

 

Date: April 12-16, 2021

Time: 0830-16-30 hours     

Location: Robert R. Lester Training Center –Classroom E

              3600 N. Martin Luther King Ave.

              Oklahoma City, OK 73111

CLEET Hours: 28

CLEET Catalog Number:  19-1522

Cost: $695 per student 

 

Enrollment:  

 TO REGISTER VISIT: www.fbileeda.org

 

 

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  LT Richard Losurdo

  Richard.losurdo@dps.ok.gov

  405-308-0262

 


Law Enforcement Effective Report Writing

 

Description: This is a hands-on course in how to write reports clearly and concisely, in a straight forward style that accurately communicates the important points in a logical sequence.

Class limited to max 10 students.  

 

Date: April 14, 2021

          (class dates subject to change due to Instructor’s work/court schedule)

Time:            0900-1300

Location: Northwest Technology Center, 1801 S 11th Street, Alva, Oklahoma 73717

CLEET Hours: Four (4)

CLEET Catalog Number:   #20-1177 

Cost:     No Cost (***Must Enroll through NW Technology Center, 580-327-0344)

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Steve Tanio

  Stephen.tanio@dac.state.ok.us 

 ***Must Enroll through NW Technology Center, 580-327-0344


Basic K9 Apprehension

 

Description:

The objective of this course is to introduce K9 Handlers and K9 Helpers to some of the basic techniques used while being a Decoy for a Law Enforcement/Military K9. 

EXPECTATION

It is expected that each student will learn and demonstrate basic fundamentals of decoying for a Law Enforcement/Military K9.  Students will be able to perform these techniques with their personal safety and the K9’s safety as their top priority.

 

Date: 4-19-2021 – 4-22-2021

Time: 8am-6pm       

Location: O-Gah-Pah Pride Kennel 11510 SE 110th St, Galena, KS 66739

CLEET Hours: 40

CLEET Catalog Number:  20-2500  

Cost:  $200

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

Donovan Hunter, Director O-Gah-Pah Pride Kennel

  ogahpahkennel@gmail.com

 918-961-2983

 


 

Practical Handgun Applications

 

Description: CLEET and Law Enforcement Officer training for Handgun Applications. 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.   Classroom instruction on mental/physical preparation, as well as LEFR/TCCC considerations.

Required information for Attendees: TI Simulator utilizes a Glock 22 handgun, 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 21, 2021

           (class dates subject to change due to Instructor’s work/court schedule)

Time:   0830-1700

Location: Northwest Technology Center, 1801 S 11th Street, Alva, Oklahoma 73717

CLEET Hours: Eight (8)

CLEET Catalog Number:   #19-3949 

Cost:     No Cost (***Must Enroll through NW Technology Center, 580-327-0344)

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Steve Tanio

  Stephen.tanio@dac.state.ok.us

  ***Must Enroll through NW Technology Center, 580-327-0344


 

Power of Arrest

 

Description: Identify and determine what constitutes a crime.  What are the powers that a security officer has to perform in a citizen’s arrest?  Do you know the difference between a misdemeanor and a felony?  Learn the dos and don’ts for private security.

 

Date: 4/22/21

Time:  6-10pm        

Location:  Tulsa Tech, Peoria       3850 N. Peoria, Tulsa 74106

CLEET Hours:  4

CLEET Catalog Number:     PS19068

Cost:     $35

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  David Karleskint

  david.karleskint@tulsatech.edu

  918-828-2035


 

 PATROL SHOOTING ENCOUNTERS AND DECISIONS

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

DUE TO COVID-19 Class limited to max 10 students.

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

Date:   April 26th, 2021

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

Location: Northwest Technology Center; Alva Oklahoma

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

CLEET Catalog Number:     19-3763

Cost:     FREE

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Angie Flynt    - Northwest Technology Center

                  aflynt@nwtech.edu                

              580.327.0403                


 

  ACTIVE SHOOTER HOSTAGE BASED SCENES

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

DUE TO COVID-19 Class limited to max 10 students.

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

Date:  May 3rd, 2021

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

Location: Northwest Technology Center; Alva Oklahoma

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

CLEET Catalog Number:     19-3762

Cost:     FREE

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Angie Flynt - Northwest Technology Center

                   aflynt@nwtech.edu             

                 580.327.0403                


On-Target Solutions for Law Enforcement Managers and Supervisors

 

 

Description:  This dynamic two day course is a career development tool to enhance and refine the leadership skills of law enforcement supervisors across a variety of organizations. Good supervision transcends agencies and provides the core principles of quality supervisory techniques. It also lays a strong groundwork of knowledge for those striving to be promoted to supervisory positions. Concentrating on the idea that people are the true assets of their agency, participants will understand the importance of their role in maximizing employee performance through strong supervision techniques. You will understand the value in developing flexibility in your leadership approaches to garner peak performance and meet organizational goals.

 

Date: May 3-4, 2021

Time: 8:00am – 4:00pm (both days)

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

CLEET Hours:  16

CLEET Catalog Number:     21-0015

Cost:     $250.00 ($225 if 3 or more from same agency)

 

 

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  On-Target Solutions Group      Gregory Anderson

greg.anderson@on-targetsolutionsgroup.com

  815-545-1609

 


 

 Basic K9 Handler

 

Description:

The objective of this course is to introduce new Handler Teams to the basic techniques utilized during passive alert K9 detection and Basic law enforcement K9 Patrol techniques.  “New Handler Team” could mean both K9 and Handler are both novice, experienced K9 and novice Handler, or experienced Handler and novice K9.  All K9’s will be imprinted on their required odors prior to this course.  This course is designed to create a working K9 Team that can pass any required certifications and is readily able to be integrated into the K9 Team’s departmental mission.

EXPECTATION

It is expected that all the above forms of a New Handler Team will be able to, as a team, successfully detect the odors (explosive or narcotic) and/or Canine Patrol work required by the scope of their occupation.  Handlers will understand basic detection theory and learn techniques to continue advancing the skill of K9 detection as well as apprehension.  Each team will be given the opportunity to certify through NAPWDA at the end of the course if approved by the training cadre. 

 

Date: 5-3-2021 – 5-14-2021 (single purpose Detection)

          5-3-2021 – 5-28-2021 (dual purpose Detection/Patrol)

 

Time: 8am-4pm        Mon-Fri (no weekends)

Location: O-Gah-Pah Pride Kennel 11510 SE 110th St, Galena, KS 66739

CLEET Hours: 80 - 240

CLEET Catalog Number:  20-2499

Cost:  $1500 (single purpose) $3000 (dual purpose)

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Donovan Hunter

ogahpahkennel@gmail.com

918-961-2983 

          


 

Leadership for Law Enforcement

 

DescriptionWhy another program on leadership? Leadership has been a recognized discipline for thousands of years in the military, business, politics and government. Understanding leadership differences along with   similar approaches across disciplines can be of great value to government executives. Advances in the understanding of leadership as it pertains to government service have found that the best leaders must have an overlapping skill set.

 

This compelling and powerful program provides real world, successful examples on how leadership in government has evolved. Participants will take away a clear understanding of leadership styles and strengths, and what it takes to become an even more effective leader. You will understand the value in developing flexibility in your leadership approach to garner peak performance and meet organizational goals. 

Date: May 5, 2021

Time: 8:00am – 4:00pm

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

CLEET Hours:  8

CLEET Catalog Number:     21-0012

Cost:     $150.00 ($125 if 3 or more from same agency)

 

 

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 On-Target Solutions Group      Gregory Anderson

   greg.anderson@on-targetsolutionsgroup.com

  815-545-1609

 


 

On-Target Solutions for Law Enforcement Managers and Supervisors

 

Description:  This dynamic two day course is a career development tool to enhance and refine the leadership skills of law enforcement supervisors across a variety of organizations. Good supervision transcends agencies and provides the core principles of quality supervisory techniques. It also lays a strong groundwork of knowledge for those striving to be promoted to supervisory positions. Concentrating on the idea that people are the true assets of their agency, participants will understand the importance of their role in maximizing employee performance through strong supervision techniques. You will understand the value in developing flexibility in your leadership approaches to garner peak performance and meet organizational goals.

 

Date: May 6-7, 2021

Time: 8:00am – 4:00pm (both days)

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

CLEET Hours:  16

CLEET Catalog Number:     21-0015

Cost:     $250.00 ($225 if 3 or more from same agency)

 

 

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 On-Target Solutions Group      Gregory Anderson

 greg.anderson@on-targetsolutionsgroup.com

 815-545-1609

 


 

TRAFFIC STOPS; SIMULATOR BASED SHOOTING DECISIONS

 

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

 

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

 

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

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

Date:  May 10th, 2021

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

Location: Northwest Technology Center; Alva Oklahoma

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

CLEET Catalog Number:     19-3764

Cost:     FREE

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Angie Flynt - Northwest Technology Center

                   aflynt@nwtech.edu              

                    580.327.0403                

 


 

 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: 5/12/21

Time:  6-10pm        

Location:  Tulsa Tech, Peoria       3850 N. Peoria, Tulsa 74106

CLEET Hours:  4

CLEET Catalog Number:     18-4039

Cost:     $35

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  David Karleskint

david.karleskint@tulsatech.edu

  918-828-2035

  


 

 Pistol and Rifle Operator Course      

 

 

Description: 

Instructor:

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

 

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

 

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

 

Course Description:

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

 

DAY 1 - PISTOL OPERATOR COURSE 

 

Topics Discussed:

-Combat Mindset

-The OODA Loop Process

-Drawing from Concealment and Holster

-Point vs Precision Shooting

-Retention Techniques

-Clearing Malfunctions under Stress

 -Immediate Action Drills -Shooting on the Move

-Utilizing Cover and Concealment

-After Threat Care

 

 Equipment Needed:

- Semi-Automatic Pistol

- At least 2 magazines

- Belt mounted, dominant side holster

- Magazine pouches

- Sturdy belt 1.5" preferred

- Footwear suitable for movement and turning

- Hat with a brim

- Eye wear or prescription glasses

- Earmuffs and earplugs

 

Ammunition: 

-500 rounds

 

DAY 2 - RIFLE OPERATOR COURSE

 

Some Topics Discussed:

- Combat mindset

- The OODA loop process

- Carbine Overview

- CQB Zeroing Importance

- High Ready VS Low Ready

- Understanding CQB Rifle Holds

- Loading, unloading, reloading and malfunction clearing

- Transitioning Considerations - Shooting on the Move

- After Threat Car

 

Equipment Needed:

- Semi-automatic rifle or carbine with sling

- At least 2 rifle magazines

- Rifle Sling - Magazine pouches

- Handgun - At least 2 handgun magazines

- Belt mounted holster and mag pouches

- Plate carriers are optional

- 1.5 wide belt

 - Hat with a brim

 - Knee and elbow pads

- Eye protection

- Earmuffs and earplugs

- Footwear suitable for movement and turning

 

Ammunition: 
- 500 rifle rounds, 150 pistol rounds

 

Date: 05/15/2021 - 05/16/2021

Time: 0900-1700hrs

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

CLEET Hours: 16

CLEET Catalog Number: 20-2580

Cost:     $350

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Latif Whitsett – Alpha 1 Tactical LLC     

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

Alpha1tactics@gmail.com (email for invoices)

 918-640-2552

 


 

 ARIDE (Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement)

 

ARIDE is a free CLEET certified class that provides 16 hours of Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement training for SFST certified officers. This is a great class regardless of law enforcement position or department type. This 16-hour course is intended to bridge the gap between the SFST and DRE courses.

 

This course will train law enforcement officers to observe, identify, and articulate the signs of impairment related to drugs, alcohol or a combination of both in order to reduce the number of impaired driving incidents, serious injury, and fatal crashes. This course will train other criminal justice professionals (prosecutors, toxicologists, etc.) to understand the signs of impairment related to drugs, alcohol, or a combination of both and enable them to effectively work with law enforcement in order to reduce the number of impaired driving incidents, serious injury, and fatal crashes.

 

To attend the ARIDE course, you must be SFST certified.

 

 

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

 

 

Date: May 17 & 18, 2021

Time: 0800 – 1700 Hours

Location:  Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office

      303 West 1st Street

      Tulsa, OK 74103

CLEET Hours: 16 hours

CLEET Catalog Number:  19-1398

CostFREE  

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

Bonnie Fidler

bfidler@tcso.org  (PREFFERED CONTACT METHOD)

918-596-4512

  


 

  FBI-LEEDA – Command Leadership Institute

 

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

 

Description: The FBI-LEEDA Command Leadership Institute is a inspiring and dynamic 4 ½- day course specifically and uniquely designed to prepare law enforcement leaders for command level positions. As part of the Trilogy-series of leadership courses, the Command Leadership Institute focuses on real-life contemporary strategies and techniques for those aspiring to or in already in command-level assignments. Students will be engaged in such topics as command responsibility, discipline and liability, team building, resilient leadership, and leading change within an organization.

 

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

 

Date: May 17-21, 2021

Time: 0830-1630

Location:      El Reno Public Safety Complex

                    2707 Faith Ave

                    El Reno, OK  73036

CLEET Hours: 28

CLEET Catalog Number: 19-1522  

Cost: $695/ Student   

 

 

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Lt. Mike Patswald 

  Patswaldm@ccsheriff.net

  405-596-9013

 


 

Vehicle Close Quarter Combat         

 

 

Description:

Instructor:

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

 

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

 

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

 

Course Description:

The purpose of this course is to give students insight into the increasing dangers of vehicle ambushes. Students will learn the dynamics of shooting from a vehicle and counter ambush techniques.

 

Shooting drills will include rapid pistol/rifle deployment while engaging threats from the inside, around, and over vehicles while utilizing cover and concealment to effectively defeat the threat.


Students will learn the importance of ballistic deflection, deformation, and penetration. Students will demonstrate and apply the information during live fire exercises and stress induced reality based training.


Required Equipment:

- Pistol, 300 rounds of ammunition

- Pistol Holster and 3 magazines

- Rifle or carbine with sling, 160 rounds of ammunition

- 3 rifle magazines

- Ear Protection

- Eye Protection

- Gloves

- Long Sleeve Shirt

- Knee Pad (optional)

- Chair

- Lunch 

- Plenty of water

 

 

Date: 05/22/2021

Time: 0900-1700hrs

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

CLEET Hours: 8

CLEET Catalog Number: 18-4403

Cost:     $350

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Latif Whitsett – Alpha 1 Tactical LLC     

   Register at https://alwaysalpha1.com/training/ols/products/vehicle-close-quarter-combat

  Alpha1tactics@gmail.com (email for invoices)

  918-640-2552

 


 

  PATROL SHOOTING ENCOUNTERS AND DECISIONS

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

DUE TO COVID-19 Class limited to max 10 students.

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

Date:  May 24th, 2021

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

Location: Northwest Technology Center; Alva Oklahoma

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

CLEET Catalog Number:     19-3763

Cost:     FREE

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Angie Flynt    - Northwest Technology Center

               aflynt@nwtech.edu              

             580.327.0403                

 


 

 Active Shooter Preparation

 

Description: LEO training for active shooter events. 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.   Classroom instruction on 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 26, 2021

            (class dates subject to change due to Instructor’s work/court schedule)

Time:    0800-1700

Location: Northwest Technology Center, 1801 S 11th Street, Alva, Oklahoma 73717

CLEET Hours: Eight (8) including two (2) hours mental health

CLEET Catalog Number:   #19-2749 

Cost:     No Cost (***Must Enroll through NW Technology Center, 580-327-0344)

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

   Steve Tanio

   Stephen.tanio@dac.state.ok.us

  ***Must Enroll through NW Technology Center, 580-327-0344

  


 

 Basic K9 Detection

 

Description:

The objective of this course is to introduce new Handler Teams to the basic techniques utilized during passive alert K9 detection.  New Handler Team could mean both K9 and Handler are both novice, experienced K9 and novice Handler, or experienced Handler and novice K9.  All K9’s will be imprinted on their required odors prior to this course.

EXPECTATION

It is expected that all the above forms of a New Handler Team will be able to, as a team, successfully detect the odors (explosive or narcotic) required by the scope of their occupation.  Handlers will understand basic detection theory and learn techniques to continue advancing the skill of K9 detection.

 

Date:  6-7-2021 – 6-10-2021

Time: 8am-6pm       

Location: O-Gah-Pah Pride Kennel 11510 SE 110th St, Galena, KS 66739

CLEET Hours: 40

CLEET Catalog Number:  20-2497

Cost:  $400

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Donovan Hunter, Director O-Gah-Pah Pride Kennel

ogahpahkennel@gmail.com

  918-961-2983

    


 

 FBI-LEEDA Executive Leadership Institute

 

Description:

 

The FBI-LEEDA Executive Leadership Institute (ELI) is an innovative 4 ½-day program designed for executive-level law enforcement leaders and those leaders aspiring to executive level leadership positions. ELI focuses on the emerging challenges facing 21st Century police leaders, as well as planning and navigating the political waters of executive leadership. This highly interactive program follows the FBI-LEEDA “cops talking to cops” model of professional development where students will engage in guided leadership discussions with instructors and other students. The course first looks inward to identify the forces of change and emerging trends within law enforcement, such as the challenges of recruiting, hiring, and leading different social generational cohorts, and different cultural groups within the workforce. The ELI also presents leadership strategies that emphasize the importance of public trust and legitimacy, officer wellness, social and emotional intelligence.

 

Date: June 7-11, 2021

Time: 0830-16-30 hours     

Location: Robert R. Lester Training Center –Classroom E

               3600 N. Martin Luther King Ave.

               Oklahoma City, OK 73111

CLEET Hours: 28

CLEET Catalog Number:  19-1525

Cost: $695 per student 

 

Enrollment:  

 TO REGISTER VISIT: www.fbileeda.org

 

 

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 LT Richard Losurdo

  Richard.losurdo@dps.ok.gov

  405-308-0262

 


 

Basic K9 Apprehension

 

 

Description:

The objective of this course is to introduce “new” Handler Teams to the basic techniques utilized during Law Enforcement/Military Patrol K9 deployments.  New Handler Team could mean both K9 and Handler are both novice, experienced K9 and novice Handler, or experienced Handler and novice K9.  This Course is for single purpose and/or multipurpose K9 teams.

EXPECTATION

It is expected that all the above forms of a New Handler Team will be able to, as a team, successfully deploy as a team as required by the scope of their occupation.  Handlers will understand basic K9 drives and learn techniques to continue advancing the skill of K9 apprehension.  This course includes scenario based training and classroom instruction.  Each team will be given the opportunity to practice the NAPWDA Utility K9 standards at the end of the course.

 

 

Date:  6-14-2021 – 6-17-2021

Time: 8am-6pm       

Location: O-Gah-Pah Pride Kennel 11510 SE 110th St, Galena, KS 66739

CLEET Hours: 40

CLEET Catalog Number:  20-2498  

Cost:  $400

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Donovan Hunter, Director O-Gah-Pah Pride Kennel

ogahpahkennel@gmail.com

  918-961-2983

 


 Practical Handgun Applications

 

Description: CLEET and Law Enforcement Officer training for Handgun Applications. 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.   Classroom instruction on mental/physical preparation, as well as LEFR/TCCC considerations.

Required information for Attendees: TI Simulator utilizes a Glock 22 handgun, 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 16, 2021

          (class dates subject to change due to Instructor’s work/court schedule)

Time:   0830-1700

Location: Northwest Technology Center, 1801 S 11th Street, Alva, Oklahoma 73717

CLEET Hours: Eight (8)

CLEET Catalog Number:   #19-3949 

Cost:     No Cost (***Must Enroll through NW Technology Center, 580-327-0344)

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Steve Tanio

 Stephen.tanio@dac.state.ok.us

  ***Must Enroll through NW Technology Center, 580-327-0344

 


ALICE Certified Instructor Course

Description: 2-day instructor course to train individual’s option based Violent Critical Incident knowledge that they will be able to take back to instruct their organization. ALICE—Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate—is a set of proactive strategies that move beyond traditional lockdown and increases the chance of survival during a violent intruder event.

Date: June 29-30, 2021
Time: 8:00am - 5:00pm     
Location: 901 N. 13th. Tecumseh high school Alumni Building
CLEET Hours: 16
CLEET Catalog Number: 19-3610
Cost: $695   

 

  Hosted by: Tecumseh Police Department

   Registration: Click Here 

AGENCY INFORMATION
  
   Jennah Wilson       
jwilson@alicetraining.com
330-661-0106

 


 

Basic K9 Apprehension

 

Description:

The objective of this course is to introduce K9 Handlers and K9 Helpers to some of the basic techniques used while being a Decoy for a Law Enforcement/Military K9. 

EXPECTATION

It is expected that each student will learn and demonstrate basic fundamentals of decoying for a Law Enforcement/Military K9.  Students will be able to perform these techniques with their personal safety and the K9’s safety as their top priority.

 

Date: 7-12-2021 – 7-15-2021

Time: 8am-6pm       

Location: O-Gah-Pah Pride Kennel 11510 SE 110th St, Galena, KS 66739

CLEET Hours: 40

CLEET Catalog Number:  20-2500  

Cost:  $200

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

  Donovan Hunter, Director O-Gah-Pah Pride Kennel

ogahpahkennel@gmail.com

 918-961-2983

 


 

 Pat McCarthy’s Street Crimes Seminar

 

***Course registration: www.streetcrimes.com or call (800)275-4915

 

 

Description

3-DAY POLICE TRAINING SEMINAR INCLUDES:

  • Street Smart Intelligence Gathering
  • Interrogation Tactics
  • Homeland Security Issues/Domestic Threats
  • Covert Surveillance Techniques
  • First Responder Tips for Hostage Situations
  • Search Procedures
  • Courtroom Testimony Survival Tactics
  • De-escalation Tactics for the Mentally Distressed
  • Improving Police & Community Relations
  • Officer Safety Issues
  • Surviving Police Ambushes
  • Officer Involved Shootings
  • How to Conduct Effective Interviews
  • Body Language Indicators
  • Gang & Drug Investigation Tactics
  • Developing Street Sources & Confidential Informants

 

Be the best trained officer at your agency.
days of Street Crimes will give you years of valuable street-tested techniques and tactics that you can use immediately on your very next shift.

 

***Course registration: www.streetcrimes.com or call (800)275-4915

 

 

Date:         August 2 – 4, 2021

Time:         0830 – 1630 Hours

Location:   Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office

        Faulkner Building- 2nd Floor Training Room

        303 West 1st Street

        Tulsa, OK 74103

CLEET Hours: 24 hours

CLEET Catalog Number:  19-1369

Cost$399 per person

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Bonnie Fidler

 bfidler@tcso.org  (PREFFERED CONTACT METHOD)

 918-596-4512

 


 

 FBI-LEEDA – Executive Leadership Institute

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Date: Sept 27-Oct 1, 2021

Time: 0830-1630    

Location:        El Reno Public Safety Complex

                        2707 Faith Ave

                        El Reno, OK  73036

CLEET Hours: 28

CLEET Catalog Number: 19-1525

Cost: $695/student

 

Course Flyer

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

 Lt. Mike Patswald

 405-596-9013

 


 

Pistol and Rifle Operator Course      

 

 

Description:

Instructor:

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

 

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

 

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

 

Course Description:

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

 

DAY 1 - PISTOL OPERATOR COURSE

 

Topics Discussed:

-Combat Mindset

-The OODA Loop Process

-Drawing from Concealment and Holster

-Point vs Precision Shooting

-Retention Techniques

-Clearing Malfunctions under Stress

 -Immediate Action Drills -Shooting on the Move

-Utilizing Cover and Concealment

-After Threat Care

 

 Equipment Needed: 

- Semi-Automatic Pistol

- At least 2 magazines

- Belt mounted, dominant side holster

- Magazine pouches

- Sturdy belt 1.5" preferred

- Footwear suitable for movement and turning

- Hat with a brim

- Eye wear or prescription glasses

- Earmuffs and earplugs

 

Ammunition:

-500 rounds

 

DAY 2 - RIFLE OPERATOR COURSE

 

Some Topics Discussed:

- Combat mindset

- The OODA loop process

- Carbine Overview

- CQB Zeroing Importance

- High Ready VS Low Ready

- Understanding CQB Rifle Holds

- Loading, unloading, reloading and malfunction clearing

- Transitioning Considerations - Shooting on the Move

- After Threat Car

 

Equipment Needed:

- Semi-automatic rifle or carbine with sling

- At least 2 rifle magazines

- Rifle Sling - Magazine pouches

- Handgun - At least 2 handgun magazines

- Belt mounted holster and mag pouches

- Plate carriers are optional

- 1.5 wide belt

 - Hat with a brim

 - Knee and elbow pads

- Eye protection

- Earmuffs and earplugs

- Footwear suitable for movement and turning

 

Ammunition:

- 500 rifle rounds, 150 pistol rounds

 

 

Date: 11/13/2021 - 11/14/2021

Time: 0900-1700 hrs

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

CLEET Hours: 16

CLEET Catalog Number: 20-2580

Cost:     $350

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

Latif Whitsett – Alpha 1 Tactical LLC     

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

  Alpha1tactics@gmail.com (email for invoices)

  918-640-2552

 


 

  Vehicle Close Quarter Combat         

 

 

 

Description:

Instructor:

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

 

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

 

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

 

Course Description:

The purpose of this course is to give students insight into the increasing dangers of vehicle ambushes. Students will learn the dynamics of shooting from a vehicle and counter ambush techniques.

 

Shooting drills will include rapid pistol/rifle deployment while engaging threats from the inside, around, and over vehicles while utilizing cover and concealment to effectively defeat the threat.


Students will learn the importance of ballistic deflection, deformation, and penetration. Students will demonstrate and apply the information during live fire exercises and stress induced reality based training.


Required Equipment:

- Pistol, 300 rounds of ammunition

- Pistol Holster and 3 magazines

- Rifle or carbine with sling, 160 rounds of ammunition

- 3 rifle magazines

- Ear Protection

- Eye Protection

- Gloves

- Long Sleeve Shirt

- Knee Pad (optional)

- Chair

- Lunch 

- Plenty of water

 

 

Date: 11/20/2021

Time: 0900-1700hrs

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

CLEET Hours: 8

CLEET Catalog Number: 18-4403

Cost:     $350

 

 

AGENCY INFORMATION

Latif Whitsett – Alpha 1 Tactical LLC     

   Register at https://alwaysalpha1.com/training/ols/products/vehicle-close-quarter-combat

  Alpha1tactics@gmail.com (email for invoices)

  918-640-2552

 

 


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