The FBI-LEEDA Command Leadership Institute is a dynamic, intense and challenging 4 1/2-day program specifically and uniquely designed to prepare law enforcement leaders for command level positions. The Command [...]
The FBI-LEEDA Command Leadership Institute is a dynamic, intense and challenging 4 1/2-day program specifically and uniquely designed to prepare law enforcement leaders for command level positions. The Command Leadership Institute’s focus is to provide real life contemporary, best-practice strategies and techniques for those aspiring to command level assignments. Students will be engaged in such topics as credibility, command discipline and liability, dealing with problem employees, and leading change within an organization. The Command Leadership Institute is student-centered with a high degree of student involvement.
• Leadership Expectations • Mastery of Self • Leadership Overview • Mindset & Organizational Culture • Leadership Behavior and Actions • Managing the Problem Employee • Police Discipline • Liability • Leading Change • Social/Emotional Connection
Get local information for this training opportunity by contacting Corporal George Simpson of the Polson Police Department at 406-883-8211 or email at [email protected] For hotel reservations, contact Red Lion Ridgewater – Polson, 209 Ridgewater Dr, Telephone: 406-872-2200. Seminar registration is open to all law enforcement – sworn and professional staff. You are not required to be a member of FBI-LEEDA to attend
40 Hours POST Credit
Register online at www.fbileeda.org or call 877-772-7712 for more information.
4 (Monday) - 8 (Friday)
Red Lion Ridgewater
Polson Conference Room 209 Ridgewater Dr. Polson, MT 59860
Corporal George Simpson
DRE Basic Certification The DECP/DRE Program trains police officers and other approved public safety officials as Drug Recognition Experts (DREs) through a three-phase training process: Drug Recognition Expert Pre-School (16 hours) [...]
DRE Basic Certification
The DECP/DRE Program trains police officers and other approved public safety officials as Drug Recognition Experts (DREs) through a three-phase training process:
The training relies heavily upon the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests (SFSTs), which provide the foundation for the DEC Program. Once trained and certified, DREs become highly effective officers skilled in the detection and identification of persons impaired or affected by drugs and/or alcohol. DREs are trained to conduct a standardized and systematic 12-step evaluation consisting of physical, mental, and medical components. The DEC/DRE certification course uses a standard national curriculum.
Because of the complexity and technical aspects of the DRE training, not all police officers may be suited for the training. Experience has shown that training a well-defined group of officers proficient in impaired driving enforcement works well and can be very effective.
Montana Requirements to Apply/Attend DRE Certification course:
POST credited 120 hours
Register: Sergeant Kurt Sager at [email protected] Class size is limited to 16 students. Any applicants that do not meet the minimum requirements will not be considered. Applicants will be selected by a DRE selection committee. Application deadline is October 2nd, 2017 at 1700 hours.
Classroom portion: December 4-8 and 11-15, 2017 (0800-1700 hours) Field Certifications: January 21-26, 2018-Phoenix, AZ (times TBD)
4 (Monday) - 8 (Friday)
Ft. Harrison - RTI Building
Attendees will be responsible for all travel costs associated with Field Certifications
email: [email protected]
The defensive tactic’s instructor re-certification course is for Agency Instructors in need of re-certification of PPCT. This is a researched based defensive tactics program. It is designed to lessen officer and [...]
The defensive tactic’s instructor re-certification course is for Agency Instructors in need of re-certification of PPCT.
This is a researched based defensive tactics program. It is designed to lessen officer and agency liability by using techniques that have been tactically, legally and medically researched on what is most accepted by the courts in the areas of officer defense and control.
There are 24 P.O.S.T. credit hours available for this training. To register send a MLEA course application to [email protected]
11 (Monday) - 13 (Wednesday)
2260 Sierra Rd. East, Helena, MT 59602
$115.00 (Includes lunch)
Mike McCarthy 444-9951
This is a Free 16 hour POST credited class hosted by the POST Council that will be held December 12 - 14, 2017 at the Cascade County Sheriff's Office in Great [...]
This is a Free 16 hour POST credited class hosted by the POST Council that will be held December 12 – 14, 2017 at the Cascade County Sheriff’s Office in Great Falls, MT. The venue has an attendance limit of 60 officers, so please register now.
The training will be presented from:
Tuesday, December 12: 1:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday, December 13: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Thursday, December 14: 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Highlights of the training this year include blocks of instruction from:
Montana State Medical Examiners – Drs. Kurtzman, Dr. Fusaro and Dr. Prashar re: drug deaths, drowning deaths, crime scene investigation and documentation
Dean Mahlum presentation: overview and history of the Kimberly Nees homicide; suspect Barry Beach
DOJ PSB Chief Prosecutor Brant Light presentation : “No body” homicide investigations – lessons learned
Case Studies: Murder / suicide case study – presenter Ravalli Co. Sheriff Det. Sgt. Matt Cashell
Triple Homicide: Belfry, Montana – presenter Mark Hilyard, Agent Montana DOJ Major Case Section – DCI
Teton County Homicide / re Castle Doctrine – presenter Bruce McDermott, Montana DOJ Major Case Section, DCI
MLEA staff member Kim Parvinen has agreed to assist with registration for this training. To register, contact: Kim Parvinen at [email protected] or call (406) 444-9959.
Registration form: Professional Program Application
This link will open information about local hotels: http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotels-g45198-Great_Falls_Montana-Hotels.htmlhis
If interested the Crystal Inn is less than a mile from the Sheriff’s Office in Great Falls and have offered a rate of $88/night for double queen or single king which includes breakfast. You can call 727-7788 and tell them you are part of the December Death Investigation training block.
12 (Tuesday) - 14 (Thursday)
Cascade County Sheriff's Office
3800 Ulm North Frontage Road, Great Falls, MT
The primary purpose of the Basic Coroner course is to provide coroners and deputy coroners with the skills necessary to respond to, investigate and document death scenes in Montana. The [...]
The primary purpose of the Basic Coroner course is to provide coroners and deputy coroners with the skills necessary to respond to, investigate and document death scenes in Montana. The course is required by state law for county coroners within 12 months of election. Topics typically covered include laws pertaining to coroners, cause of death and autopsy, forensic odontology, excited delirium, trace evidence considerations, camera operations and death scene photography, scene preservation, tissue and organ donation and working with the media and families as well as state agencies.
There are 40 P.O.S.T. credit hours available for this training. To register send a MLEA Course Application to: [email protected] . If you are planning on staying on campus and eating meals here the cost is $15.00 per day for lodging, $21.00 for the full meal plan or $7.00 for lunch only.
18 (Monday) - 22 (Friday)
2260 Sierra Rd. East, Helena, MT 59602
Bob Rosipal 406-454-8095