-: Portland, OR, 1999
Specialized knowledge and skills required to work as a law enforcement officer with supervisory-level knowledge and attributes. Emphasis is placed on the practical application of advanced skills in the subject areas required for practitioners in the fields of law enforcement and security including Advanced fitness training and preparation for career specific fitness and application testing, opportunity to obtain additional professional certification, and skills gained by placement experience in various law enforcement, security and related agencies on an extended basis.
Use of Force Training
-: Richland, WA, 2006-2013
The Use of Force Instructor Training Program (UOFITP) has been designed to give individuals the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully design, develop and implement Use of Force training using static, dynamic and interactive training principles.
Basic Law Enforcement Academy
-: Spokane, WA, 1996
Before you can become a police officer, you must complete 720 hours of basic law enforcement academy (BLEA) training within six months of hire to the law enforcement agency you are employing with. All academy recruits must be physically able to actively and fully participate in the defensive drills and other required physical activities in accordance with WAC 139-05-230. The WSCJTC requires you to pass a fitness ability test prior to entry into the academy.
Police Training Officer Academy
-: Seattle, WA, 2009
This 40 hour course presents the FTO model (sometimes called the San Jose Model program) to field trainers engaged in training those who have recently completed the BLEA, Corrections or Equivalency academies. Course training includes The composition and components of the FTO program, adult learning theories, principles and styles, developing and presenting lesson materials, the Coach-Pupil Method of instruction, duties and responsibilities of program personnel, and use of evaluation tools (DOR, SEG)
Field Training Officer
-: Seattle, WA, 2005
Field Training Officer (FTO) is an experienced or senior member of an organization who is responsible for the training and evaluation of a junior or probationary level member. The role is used extensively in law enforcement, fire departments, and emergency medical services.
Patrol Response to Active Shooter
-: Richland, WA, 2004
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) aims to enhance preparedness through a "whole community" approach by providing products, tools, and resources to help you prepare for and respond to an active shooter incident.
Monadnock Expandable Baton Instructor
-: Seattle, WA, 2000
This course covers the defensive tactics, strikes, and jabs to be used when carrying a less than lethal force alternative such as an Expandable Baton. Each course combines lecture, discussion, demonstration, hands-on performance of techniques and testing in a concise and practical manner.
Criminal Street Gang Awareness Training
-: Kennewick, WA, 2009, 2011
The National Gang Center (NGC), a joint initiative of BJA and OJP’s Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), provides anti-gang information and training and technical assistance on anti-gang programs and strategies to law enforcement officers, justice professionals, nongovernmental organizations, and community members. NGC’s information includes updates on trainings and conferences, recent threat assessments, policy issues and initiatives, etc.
Patrol Response to Street Drug Training
-: Richland, WA, 2009
Training designed to enhance the ability and skills of all attendees to identify, detect, apprehend and successfully articulate the drug impaired person. This includes the DWI or the drugged driver; the calls for service where persons are involved in disturbances; juveniles using drugs on school grounds or domestic violence; the confidential informant being utilized in a narcotic investigation and all other enforcement needs where the person or persons are under the influence of a drug. The concept and strategy in this program of instruction uses the structured, in depth coverage of the 8 drug categories, to include the Drug Abuse Recognition system and other advanced techniques as a means of legally apprehending the drug manufacture, distributor and user.
Basic Breaching
-: Richland, WA, 2006
This comprehensive Explosive Breaching course is geared toward law enforcement and military personnel who possess the professional need to gain the knowledge and expertise necessary to obtain an Active or Operational Explosive Breacher status, build an Explosive Breaching Program for their agency, and/ or expand and enhance on an existing one. The training is specially designed to teach participants the necessary skills required to become successful operational breachers and instill within them the knowledge and physical capabilities to deploy these skills in real-world situations.
Police Taser Training
-: Richland, WA, 2007
Training for the Taser or conducted electrical weapon (CEW), an electroshock weapon which fires two small dart-like electrodes, which stay connected to the main unit by conductors, to deliver electric current to disrupt voluntary control of muscles causing "neuromuscular incapacitation".[2][3] Someone struck by a Taser experiences extreme pain and over-stimulation of sensory nerves and motor nerves, resulting in strong involuntary muscle contractions. Tasers will incapacitate, not just cause pain compliance, and are thus preferred by some law enforcement over non-Taser stun guns and other electronic control weapons.
Defensive Tactics Field Instructor
-: Richland, WA, 2006
Defensive Tactics Field Instructior Training (DTFI Training) is designed to develop instructors with the ability to train at both the new-hire and in-service levels of Control and Defensive Tactics. The series begins with Control Tactics Instructor followed by other tactics designed for more resistive individuals. Upon completion of Control Tactics Instructor course, the officer is eligible to attend OC Pepper spray Instructor and/or Defensive Tactics Instructor, followed by Ground Survival Tactics Instructor, Firearms Retention Instructor and Impact Weapons Instructor. This stair-step system maximizes the use of class time by building on knowledge and skills learned in previous classes thus eliminating segregation and separation of skill instructors by specialty. By utilizing this building block system, the physical force instructor can properly teach both an escalation and de-escalation of force application. This method has demonstrated, not only be more efficient and effective, but also reduces the likelihood of excessive use of force litigation.
Basic Marine Law Enforcement Training
-: Kennewick, WA, 2012
The Marine Law Enforcement Training Program (MLETP) provides basic marine law enforcement training for Officers/Agents of those agencies and organizations involved in the specialized areas of marine regulation, protection, and law enforcement responsibilities. The major emphasis of this comprehensive training program is on the safe and proper operation of marine patrol vessels, with specific training in law enforcement operations.
Instructor Development Training
-: Seattle, WA, 2006
The Law Enforcement Instructor Training Program (LEITP) is designed to provide training in law enforcement instructional skills focused on curriculum development and delivery. Students are required to develop two lesson plans for delivery during the program. One of the lesson plans will be used to deliver a 50 minute practical exercise designed to evaluate your ability to instruct from a lesson plan that you have developed. The LEITP incorporates a variety of instructional methodologies including participative lecture, student-centered learning, demonstrations, role-plays, and presentation laboratories. The program provides students an introduction to presentation skills and curriculum development. The LEITP is a Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers (FLETC) Center Basic (CB) training program.
Pressure Point Control Tactics Instructor
-: Richland, WA, 2007
The Law Enforcement Control Tactics Instructor Training Program (LECTITP) is a physically demanding and intensive training program. The program provides instruction on techniques used in controlling compliant and non-compliant suspects, weapon recovery, arrest techniques, control tactics, edged weapons and intermediate weapons.
Practical Homicide Investigation
-: Seattle, WA, 1999
The mission of the WHIA is to provide investigative support, training and networking opportunities to homicide investigators and responders as well as prosecutors and other death investigation professionals throughout the State of Washington, and the Pacific Northwest.
Reid Method Interviews and Interrogation
-: Seattle, WA, 2003
Specialized interrogation training seminars are designed for law enforcement and government investigators, corporate security and loss prevention professionals.
Swat Basic Training
-: Seattle, WA, 2007
Basic building searches, advanced building searches ( i.e. dynamic, methodical, stealth to contact), hostage rescue, warrant service, vehicle/bus assaults, open field movements and suicide bomber tactics. Simunitions will be integrated into the SWAT training curriculum to provide a realistic training experience.
Swat Pup School
-: Kennewick, WA, 2007
Course training which provides participants with an understanding of contemporary theories and concepts used during Law Enforcement tactical operations. Team building exercises will be conducted and participants will participate in several exercises designed to develop techniques and strategies employed during tactical operations. Participants will gain practical experience operating as a member of a team during practical and scenario based field exercises designed to develop both individual and team tactics. Participants will gain practical experience planning, developing & executing missions. Upon completion of this course participants will possess the fundamental knowledge and skills to function in the various positions required of a SWAT team member.
Crime Scene Photography & Processing for Latent Print Evidence
-: Seattle, WA, 1998
The Advanced Forensic Techniques In Crime Scene Investigations II (AFTCSI-II) is designed for qualified law enforcement officers, criminal investigators, crime scene technicians, and civilians who have a foundational knowledge and experience with crime scene processing and investigation. The program offers the student advanced laboratory and crime scene exercises to achieve a higher level of proficiency in documenting, processing, and preserving complex items of evidence, as well as the management and coordination of a complex crime scene.
-: Kennewick, WA, 2009
State law requires any individual who rolls fingerprints manually or electronically for licensure, certification and/or employment purposes to be certified by the state Department of Justice (Penal Code section 11102.1). A certified fingerprint roller must begin using his/her certification number as soon as it is received.
Street Survival Training
-: Spokane, WA, 2004
Street Survival Training (SST) addresses law enforcement as the multi-faceted profession it has become. Rather than limiting the focus of SST to just surviving deadly threats, it also addresses the needs of preparing officers for making sound, legal and reasonable decisions under stress in order to preserve the lives of citizens as well as their own.
Police & Military Edged Weapons Defense Training
-: Vancouver, WA, 2000
Instructor level certification program is developed for agencies desiring to train and certify departmental instructors in the use of techniques and tactics for edged weapon attacks, and to carry a knife as an alternate weapon for a force options where the use of deadly force is imminent. This popular system is designed for law enforcement, corrections, and military teaching the officer effective responses to an edged weapon attack in close quarter environments or when their empty hand control tactics, firearms, or other use of force alternatives are the only forms of self-defense.
Patrol Combative
-: Vancouver, WA, 2000
Patrol Combative training moves beyond the basics of the Combat Team Tactics (CTT), covering essential unconventional warfare tactics, techniques and procedures. It gives us the knowledge and training required to not only defend your home base, but also to know what techniques hostile forces may use against you.
Inside the mind of a Teen Killer
-: Kennewick, WA, 2009
Inside the Mind of a Teen Killer is a training program that explores the mindset of teenagers that commit violent crimes, notably school shootings. Training with interviewing teens currently serving time in prison for violent offenses in order to get a deeper understanding of their actions, this course tackles challenges as for why some teenagers choose to hurt people and offers solutions about what can be done to stop it from continuing.
Advanced Investigations School
-: Portland, OR, 1999
A comprehensive course offering as a second-level high school course in forensic science, a course area in which students have the opportunity to expand their knowledge of chemistry, biology, physics, earth science, math, and psychology, as well as associate this knowledge with real-life applications.
Fingerprint Rolling Techniques
-: Yakima, WA, 1998
This training is recommended for beginners and as a refresher for experienced individuals who take fingerprints for applicant and criminal purposes. Handouts and one on one instruction is provided.
Community Oriented Policing
-: Union Gap, WA, 1997
Community policing is a philosophy that promotes organizational strategies that support the systematic use of partnerships and problem-solving techniques to proactively address the immediate conditions that give rise to public safety issues such as crime, social disorder, and fear of crime.
Virginia Tech Terror Training
-: Kennewick, WA, 2008
The Virginia Tech Terror Training program is designed to provide trainees with a broad overview of disaster preparedness and response skills in a team-based environment. The course involves both hands-on and lecture opportunities to learn skills and knowledge associated with emergency response.
National Language Training (Spanish)
-: Kennewick, WA, 2009
Special agents and investigators for government agencies and other federal services use language skills to communicate with victims and witnesses, review evidence and materials, and collaborate with international colleagues in foreign governments.

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