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BPD hosting Sex Offender Registration Class on May 6, 2014

The Beaumont Police Department will be hosting a four hour Sex Offender Registration class.  The class will be May 6, 2014 from 900 to 1300 hours in the Beaumont Police Department training classroom.  The instructor will be Rueben Gamez from the Texas Department of Public Safety.  This class will focus on how to collect information from sex offenders and to properly record that information on the SORB forms required by statute.  It will also cover, offenses requiring registration, differences between registering adults vs juveniles, what information to collect and why, and how to maintain sex offender databases.  Key personnel that should attend this training would be persons responsible for registering sex offenders in their communities and any all personnel who help log, register, or track sex offenders.  If you plan on attending this training, please email the below address with the names of personnel from your agency who will attend.    There is no cost for this training and TCOLE credit will be awarded.  Thanks cc

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LU Police sponsor Legal Update (3183) at Lamar Library

I will be teaching three sessions of the 3183 for our department.  We are happy to invite surrounding agencies to come and participate.  The times are as follows:

Tuesday, April 15th               7:00AM-11:00AM
Wednesday, April 16th         1:00PM-5:00PM
Thursday, April 17th             5:00PM-9:00PM

It will be in the John Gray Library, 7th floor room 702 each session.  Please have whomever is interested send me or Lt. Rash an email so we will know how many to expect.  The room has a maximum 54 seats.

Thanks,

David

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Officer David Pecora, MBA
Lamar University Police
And Department of Public Safety
Technology Services Administrator
Office 409.880.7056
http://universitypolice.lamar.edu
http://facebook.com/LamarPD

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LIT Police Academy conducting Spanish Core Course

The police academy will conduct a Spanish Core Course April 21 -23, 2014 at the academy classroom.

Gary Duncan   MPA,  LCC
Director/Regional Police Academy
Lamar Institute of Technology
(409) 880-8022

Providing Quality Law Enforcement Training Since 1968

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LIT Regional Police Academy schedules Basic FTO Course

The police academy will be hosting a Basic FTO course April 1-3, 2014 in the small classroom.   No cost.

Gary Duncan   MPA,  LCC
Director/Regional Police Academy
Lamar Institute of Technology
(409) 880-8022

Providing Quality Law Enforcement Training Since 1968

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LIT Regional Police Academy offers Advanced Instructor Course

The academy will host an Advanced Instructor Course May 5-8, 2014.  It will consist of 4 ten hour days.  Attendees must be certified by TCOLE as an instructor for at least 3 years to be eligible to attend.  Each student will be required to prepare a 45 minute lesson plan utilizing a variety of instructional technology and multimedia.  Preference will be given to those CURRENTLY teaching at the regional police academy.  Others will be considered on  a case by case basis if space permits.  Contact the academy to determine if you are eligible to attend.

 

Gary Duncan   MPA,  LCC
Director/Regional Police Academy
Lamar Institute of Technology
(409) 880-8022

Providing Quality Law Enforcement Training Since 1968

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LIT - Regional Police Academy schedules Core Courses

Child Abuse Core Course                March 18th -20th                Police Academy classroom

Use of Force Core Course                April 8th-9th                         Police Academy classroom

 

Call Karen at  880-8022 to register.

 

Gary

Gary Duncan   MPA,  LCC

Director/Regional Police Academy

Lamar Institute of Technology

(409) 880-8022

 

Providing Quality Law Enforcement Training Since 1968

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2014 National Hurricane Conference

If you have not done so already, be sure to register by Friday, February 28 for the 2014 National Hurricane Conference, April 14-17, at the Hilton Orlando. Registering by February 28 will ensure that you receive the early registration rate of $350.

Visit http://hurricanemeeting.com/register/ to register online.

Please visit www.hurricanemeeting.com or click the links to the left for additional conference information.

 

AWARDS NOMINATIONS WANTED

 

You are invited to make nominations for the National Hurricane Conference’s 2014 Awards Program. Awards will be presented during the General Session on Tuesday, April 15, 2014.

 

The awards nomination deadline is Friday, February 28.  To learn more about the awards’ criteria and to submit nominations, please visit here.

 

We hope to see you in Orlando in April!

2014 Texas Emergency Management Conference scheduled for May 12 - 14

Please save the date for the 2014 Texas Emergency Management Conference!

Date: Monday, May 12 – Thursday, May 15, 2014
Location: Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, San Antonio, Texas
Registration: Registration to open soon
Cost: $150
Hotels: List of San Antonio Riverwalk hotels that are offering courtesy block at government rates.

Speakers: Applications for conference presentations are now closed.
Exhibitors: Please contact Scott Sutherland at (512) 424-7197 for more information.

LIT Police Academy sponsors The Tactical Leader Course

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The Tactical Leader Course – KeithWenzel – March 6th (Police Academy Classroom)

 

This one day (eight hour) course is designed to provide you, the first line supervisor (but others can attend), with the tools necessary to effectively lead police officers and manage critical incidents.Tactical Leadership addresses the skills necessary to establish a cohesive and forward thinking team and ready them for success on the street. In addition, videos of actual critical incidents will be viewed, analyzed and discussed in order to develop a workable understanding of how to manage an event to a successful conclusion.

Upon completion of the course, students will be able to do the following:

  • Apply leadership skills to address common officer issues
  • Communicate effectively within the team
  • Identify the essential components necessary for supervisory success in the field
  • Understand the importance of the supervisor’s role in maintaining discipline and the prevention of corrupt practices and police misconduct
  • Act and decide effectively during critical incidents
  • Apply policies, procedures, and tactical skills to resolve major police events

 

After a tour with the U.S. Marine Corps, Sergeant Keith Wenzel began his career in law enforcement as a patrol officer with mid-size police department. Four years later, in 1982, Keith was hired onto the Dallas PD and worked various assignments to include patrol, covert deployment, and an academy advisor. During this time between a career and family, he graduated from the Dallas Baptist University with a bachelors degree. In 1987 he was selected for the SWAT team where he stayed until he was promoted to the rank of sergeant in 1993. As a supervisor, Keith held leadership positions in patrol, deployment, and the bike unit. He supervised patrol officers in five of the six patrol divisions in Dallas.

In 2007, Keith left patrol and began supervising in-service training at the Dallas Police Academy, developing new curriculum for his 3600 member department. His responsibilities include vehicle operation, defensive tactics, reality based training and use of force.

Sgt. Wenzel’s current clients include police agencies, technical colleges and professional organizations including ALERT, TWILE (Texas Women in Law Enforcement) and several private security firms.

 

Excellent course from an outstanding instructor.  Call 880-8022 to register.

 

Gary

Gary Duncan   MPA,  LCC

Director/Regional Police Academy

Lamar Institute of Technology

(409) 880-8022

 

Providing Quality Law Enforcement Training Since 1968

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SNCA Training Chairman announces training events

March 1, 2014
NFA: Preparation for Initial Company Operations
Port Neches
POC: Shawn Gearinger
RSVP with SG

March 13, 2014
USCG AMSTEP Exercise
Port Arthur MSU
POC: Jeremy Hansen

March 19, 2014
HURREVAC Class
Orange Co EOC
Register on preparingtexas.org
POC: Frankie Walters

March 19, 2014
Ammonium Nitrate Program
Rock’n A Cafe  - 9am-11am Preceding the JC LEPC Meeting
POC: Greg Fountain

April 9-10, 2014
G-620 Texas Disaster Recovery Course
Orange Co EOC
Register on preparingtexas.org
POC: Frankie Walters

April 15-16, 2014
MGT-310 Threat & Risk Assessment
LIT Multipurpose Bldg
Register on preparingtexas.org
POC: Jason Goodrich

April 17-18, 2014
MGT-318 Enhanced Threat & Risk Assessment
LIT Multipurpose Bldg
Register on preparingtexas.org
POC: Jason Goodrich

April 29-30, 2014
MGT-318 Public Information in a WMD/Incident (PIO) Course
Orange Co EOC

Register on preparingtexas.org

POC: Frankie Walters