Training Opportunities

 

A Below 100 Training Class has been scheduled for Thursday April 20, 2017 (2 sessions) and sponsored by the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office and the Kentucky Office of Highway Safety.  It will be held at Fire Station 1, 200 Alpine Drive Shelbyville, KY.  There is NO COST for this training & seating is limited to 30 – 40 officers per session.

DATE:  Thursday April 20. 2017                              DATE:  Thursday April 20, 2017

TIME:  0800-1200 hours                                           TIME:  1300-1700

Below 100 is a National initiative to reduce the number of police officer deaths to Below 100 annually. The program was developed and sponsored by several national partners and is well-rounded training for new and senior officers as well as supervisors. In addition, if you have Court Security Officers (CSO) they are also welcome and will see the benefit.

The 5 Tenets of safety that will be discussed are:

  • Wear Your Belt
  • Wear Your Vest
  • Watch Your Speed
  • WIN – What’s Important Now?
  • Remember: Complacency Kills?

By concentrating on the areas of loss that are most susceptible to change (e.g. use of safety equipment and enhanced situational awareness), Below 100 can serve as an instrument of cultural transformation and improved operational practices. Below 100 recognizes that awareness and training are key and the targeted audience must be the change agents – the trainers and decision makers in organizations.

We encourage you to be an agent of change within your department!

Together, we can get Below 100!

More information can be found at www.Below100.com

Please confirm your attendance numbers with Deputy Gene Witt at gene.witt@shelbycoky.com

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Sponsored by the University of Kentucky Police Department.

The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), in partnership with the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), and the University of Kentucky Police Department is pleased to offer a one-day post certified training, Missing Children: Dynamics & Response (MCDR). This class is schedule for Thursday, April 11, 2017 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the campus of the University of Kentucky, 440 Hilltop Avenue, Suite 228, Lexington, KY. There is NO cost to attend this training.  

MCDR is designed to provide critical information to those call-takers, first responders, first-line supervisors, investigators, command staff and prosecutors who play a role in the response to a missing child incident and whose knowledge, skill, and ability may make the difference between prompt recovery and a protracted investigation.  This training is not open to the general public.

If your agency is interested in attending, you may register online at:  http://www.missingkids.com/training/MCDR/apply/MCDR63 .  If you have any questions, please contact the University of Kentucky Police Department at (859) 218-2339.  Doors will open for participants to sign-in at 7:15 a.m., with the class beginning at promptly at 8 a.m.

CLICK HERE: MCDR Training – University of Kentucky

Map of PS 2 parking and EOC

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FN Training Course
FN 303® Less Lethal Launcher Instructor/Armorer Course
Henderson Police Department
1990 Barrett Court
Henderson, KY 42420
April 18, 2017

9:00 am

Cost: $250 per student
Register Now!

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HNT Intermediate Course 

The Kentucky League of Cities and Elizabethtown PD are currently working to host a HNT Intermediate Course at Elizabethtown PD August 21-25, 2017.  It is a 40 hour course and the estimated cost is $345 per person with only 30 slots on a first come basis.  The course instructor will be Deb McMahon of Crisis Systems Management  https://crisisnegotiation.us/deborah-l-mcmahon/. I have personally attended this course and it was very well done. We are also working to get the course KLEC approved before August.

If you or someone from your agency is interested in attending, please email me to reserve a spot. We anticipate the course will fill up quickly.

Lt. Lynn Aubrey, Frankfort Police Department

laubrey@frankfort.ky.gov

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Double Star Armorer’s Course, Fort Wright PD – May 18-19, 2017 –

CLICK HERE for more information

Contact:

Captain Marc T. Schworer Fort Wright Police Department  409 Kyles Lane, Fort Wright, Kentucky 41011

Office (859)-331-2191 Fax (859)-331-1330

Email: mschworer@fortwright.com

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StarChase Public Safety Demo – Elizabethtown PD – June 16, 2017

CLICK HERE for more information

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ERASE Train-the-Trainer Class  Exterior Response to Active Shooter Events Train the Trainer 40 hr course  

CLICK HERE: ERASE TtT flyer

Dates of Class: September 25-29, 2017 (Class #092-6179)

Location of Class:

1990 Barret Court Henderson, KY 42420

Instructors:  6 ALERRT

Host Agency:  Henderson Police Department

Point of Contact:

Sgt Jeff Welch
jlwelch@cityofhendersonky.org
270-860-5510

 

 

 


 

KACP is always excited about the various training opportunities that take place throughout Kentucky.  If you are a Member and wish to have a local training opportunity featured here, please email Chief Mike Ward mward@alexandriaky.org with the information.