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Training

JR Gibson, Agent-in-Charge
email: jrgibson@obn.state.ok.us
FAX #:  405-524-7619

 


 Outlook for Public Safety

November 18-19, 2019

 

Digital communication is an ongoing and changing process for US Domestic law Enforcement. Understanding how to use a program such as Google Mail or Microsoft Outlook is deceptively simple; it only takes a few minutes to effectively “usethese consumer-off- the-shelf programs. Outlook, Email and Digital Communication for Public Safety  is the rest of the story, the material that was never taught at the Academy. In a systematic way, it uncovers Who needs training in digital communication, What they need to learn, and most importantly Why. Special consideration is given to How we choose to communicate (Including MS Outlook and Gmail); practical exercises are used to encapsulate ideas and concepts.

 

Who Should Attend

This course would be beneficial to intel analysts, administrative assistants and agents.

 

Material Requirements

It is recommended to bring a laptop.

 

Course Details

Host: Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics

Location: 419 NE 38th Terrace, Oklahoma City, OK 73105

Dates: November 18-19, 2019, 8:30am - 5:00pm

Cost: Free

 

  To register, please email Sierra Fogle at sfogle@obn.state.ok.us.

 

 

 

 


 

 

PTSD Dealing with Traumatic Events in the Line of Duty

 

December 3, 2019

 

Topics covered are the signs to look for among your fellow LEOS, ways to assist fellow first responders who have just been in a traumatic event, and the importance of seeking help after a traumatic event. 

 

Course Details

Location: Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics- 419 NE 38th Terrace, OKC 73105

Date: December 3, 2019, 0900-1100

Cost: Free

 

 To register, please email Sierra Fogle at sfogle@obn.state.ok.us.

 

 

 


 

Level A Clandestine Lab Sign Up

December 9-12, 2019

 

Course Description
This course is designed for experienced clan lab investigators, site safety officers, chemists, hazmat personnel, and other first responders to clandestine laboratories or high hazard scenes. In this intense three-day course you will learn about the types of high hazard scenes, production methods, toxicology, sampling, field testing instruments, and, most specifically, the use and requirements of wearing Level A personal protective equipment.

Course Requirements
Students must have completed a Basic Clandestine Laboratory Safety training course and be currently certified as an OSHA qualified first responder.

Training Topics
This course provides detailed coverage of:

·         Fentanyl

·         Fentanyl analogs (including carfentanil)

·         LSD

·         PCP

·         Other High Hazard scenes

·         Use of Level A PPE

·         Maintenance of Level A PPE

·         Level A site control

·         Level A PPE decontamination

·         Field instruments used to identify hazards:

·         RAMAN

·         FTIR

·         GC/MS

·         Air monitoring equipment

This course will have the participants suiting up in Level A personal protective equipment (PPE) and practicing processing a high hazard scene. Students will also learn the pressure testing and visual inspections requirements of the Level A PPE along with the necessary maintenance for the equipment.

Course Completion
Students completing this course will receive a Level A completion of training certificate.
 

 

To register, please email Sierra Fogle at sfogle@obn.state.ok.us.

 

 


Training Facility

Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics Headquarters

419 NE 38th Terrace

Oklahoma City, OK 73105