Crisis Intervention for FTOs

Frank Bland Regional Training Center 18901 Institution Rd, San Bernardino, CA

This 8-hours course is designed to train local law enforcement field training officers on how to cope with crisis situations with the mentally ill and developmentally disabled community. Discussion of stigma and stigma reduction are highlights of the in-class training. This course meets state requirements for FTO’s reference SB29.   "Click for Flyer"  

Free

Intermediate Traffic Collision Investigation

Frank Bland Regional Training Center 18901 Institution Rd, San Bernardino, CA

This course builds on concepts taught in the basic traffic collision investigation course. It also introduces students to expanded mathematical equations and physics topics as they relate to collisions. Skid marks are analyzed and speed is calculated using standardized equations. Prerequisite: Basic Traffic Collision Inv. click for flyer

$206.00

Basic Traffic Collision Investigation

Frank Bland Regional Training Center 18901 Institution Rd, San Bernardino, CA

This 40-hours course provides accident investigation from on-the-scene procedures to follow up and practical application of how to use report forms and accident investigation terminology together with the study of vehicle code law and court decisions. Course meets requirements of VC40600 (a). click for flyer

$206.00

Drug Influence Recognition

Frank Bland Regional Training Center 18901 Institution Rd, San Bernardino, CA

This course is designed to assist the patrol officer in the recognition of persons under the influence of illegal drugs.   "Click for Flyer"

Field Training Officer

Frank Bland Regional Training Center 18901 Institution Rd, San Bernardino, CA

This course is designed for the experienced Peace Officer recently appointed as a Field Training Officer. Course includes instruction in liability, documentation, and teaching techniques with an emphasis on the FTO/Trainee relationship.   "CLICK FOR FLYER"

$100.00

Interview and Interrogation

Frank Bland Regional Training Center 18901 Institution Rd, San Bernardino, CA

This course is designed to provide officers with the knowledge to recognize the distinct differences between interviews and interrogations, legal issues and how to obtain the truth from suspects, witnesses and victims.   "Click for Flyer"

$60

Report Writing

Frank Bland Regional Training Center 18901 Institution Rd, San Bernardino, CA

This course provides an update on proper report writing techniques. It provides the skills needed to prepare a thoroughly written report. The course is designed for officers and deputies assigned to a patrol assignment to ensure personnel can prepare an articulate and factual case capable of being successfully filed and prosecuted.    "CLICK FOR FLYER"

Free

P.O.S.T. Supervisory Course

74-855 Country Club Drive 74855 Country Club Drive, Palm Desert, CA

POST standardized curriculum introduces new law enforcement supervisors to the role, responsibilities and resources available for their new position. This course meets POST Administrative Manual Section 1005A for supervisory course and is taught in a facilitated format. "Click for Flyer:

Free

Gangs- Cal Gang Computer System (Data Entry)

Frank Bland Regional Training Center 18901 Institution Rd, San Bernardino, CA

“Data Entry” is a 16-hour course that will train users to search the database to assist in criminal investigations along with identifying gang members and gang criteria. It will also provide users the ability to enter all data into the system. "Click for Flyer"

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Academy Instructor Certification Course (AICC)

Frank Bland Regional Training Center 18901 Institution Rd, San Bernardino, CA

This course meets the basic instructional skills training requirement to teach in the P.O.S.T. Regular Basic Course and for the Academy Instructor Certificate Program. Students will gain facilitation skills and an understanding of how to employ adult learning methodologies appropriate for various law enforcement topics. This class is designed to teach fresh, innovative techniques.   Click for Flyer

Traffic Program Management

Frank Bland Regional Training Center 18901 Institution Rd, San Bernardino, CA

This course explores working with and supervising traffic officers. It reviews the concepts of traffic engineering, office of traffic safety, driving under the influence programs, special events planning, traffic resource management and report review. WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Law enforcement supervisors and managers who are or may oversee a traffic program within their agency. click for flyer

$189.00

“Use it, Write it, Tell it”

Abundant Living Family Church 10900 Civic Center Drive, Rancho Cucamonga

"A police report should accurately document the important details and events about an incident. A well written and thorough report can help you tell your story when the case goes to criminal court, you prepare for a deposition, or testify in a civil lawsuit. Documenting an event becomes increasingly important when we are involved in a use of force incident. Use of force reports are among the most visible and scrutinized of all interactions between law enforcement and the community…

Free
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