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BI-LEEDA & Lamar PD hosts Leadership classes at John Gray Library – 8th Floor.

Supervisor Leadership Institute – February 29 – March 4, 2016
Executive Leadership Institute – April 1-5, 2016
Command Leadership Institute – May 16-20, 2016

FBI-LEEDA & Lamar PD will host these classes this year.  See the attached flyers for details and registration information.

 

Robert L. Smith
Director – Regional Police Academy
409-880-8020
409-880-2369 (fax)
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Lamar Institute of Technology
Member The Texas State University System
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LIT updates the Regional Police Academy In-Service Training Schedule

Child Abuse (TCOLE 2105)
(Intermediate)
Date:  February 8-10, 2016
8:00-5:00
Location: 802 East Lavaca, MPC

Description
Students will recognize child abuse theories and components of good parenting; identify characteristics of neglect, physical abuse, and sexual abuse; and explain Texas laws and legal issues related to child abuse and neglect.

TO REGISTER:  Email name, PID, Agency and a contact number to policeacademy@lit.edu

Missing and Exploited Children (TCOLE 3275)
(Intermediate) 8 hours
Date:  February 11, 2016
8:00-5:00
Location: 802 East Lavaca, MPC

Description
This course is intended as an introduction to issues related to responding to and investigating missing and exploited children cases and to better understand victim perspectives, predator methodologies, and the circumstances in which children may be at increased risk.

TO REGISTER:  Email name, PID, Agency and a contact number to policeacademy@lit.edu

84th Legislative Legal Update (TCOLE 3184)
(4 hours)
Date:  March 7, 2016
8:00 am -12:00 pm
Location: 802 East Lavaca, MPC

Description
Multiple bills were passed by the 84th Legislature. There were administrative changes, changes in existing statues, and new laws. Case law, especially cases handed down by the Supreme Court of the United States.  This material is a general summary of selected court cases and changes to Texas’ criminal law as wrought by the 84th session of the Texas Legislature.

TO REGISTER:  Email name, PID, Agency and a contact number to policeacademy@lit.edu

Asset Forfeiture (TCOLE 3255)
(Intermediate)
Date:  March 15, 2016
8:00-12:00
Location: 802 East Lavaca, MPC

Description
This course is designed to provide Texas Peace Officers an understanding of Asset Forfeiture rules and considerations, and the impact Texas and federal asset forfeiture programs have on crime and criminals.

TO REGISTER:  Email name, PID, Agency and a contact number to policeacademy@lit.edu

Identity Theft (TCOLE 3277)
(Intermediate)
Date:  March 15, 2016
1:00-5:00
Location: 802 East Lavaca, MPC

Description
This course is designed to provide Texas Peace Officers an understanding of Identity Theft.  This course is a required class for the Intermediate Proficiency Certificate.

TO REGISTER:  Email name, PID, Agency and a contact number to policeacademy@lit.edu

Personal Defense Spray Options– OC Spray
(TCOLE 3343)
Date:  March 22, 2016
8:00-5:00
Location: 802 East Lavaca, MPC

Description
This course is designed to promote safe and effective use of law enforcement chemical defense sprays. The participant will learn when defense sprays are appropriate, tactics of application, proper means of handling, and decontamination of those exposed.

Exposure to chemical defense spray during class is mandatory

The student will need to provide a canister of OC spray (non-alcohol/ non-flammable, belt sized, Ballistic Stream or Cone.  NO Foam, No Large fogger type)    

TO REGISTER:  Email name, PID, Agency and a contact number to policeacademy@lit.edu

Death, Injury, and Sexual Violence for First Responder, by PATC
Date:  March 30- April1, 2016
8:00-5:00
Location: 802 East Lavaca, MPC

Description
“The 10 Most Common Investigative Pitfalls” officers make during investigations will be the initial starting point in this presentation.  Designed for the Patrol Officer or New Investigator with limited experience responding to crimes of physical and sexual violence.  A comprehensive view of sex crimes, death scenes, common injuries of violence and suicide.

TO REGISTER:  Email name, PID, Agency and a contact number to policeacademy@lit.edu

84th Legislative Legal Update (TCOLE 3184)
(4 hours)
Date:  April 12, 2016
1:00 pm -5:00 pm
Location: 802 East Lavaca, MPC

Description
Multiple bills were passed by the 84th Legislature. There were administrative changes, changes in existing statues, and new laws. Case law, especially cases handed down by the Supreme Court of the United States.  This material is a general summary of selected court cases and changes to Texas’ criminal law as wrought by the 84th session of the Texas Legislature.

TO REGISTER:  Email name, PID, Agency and a contact number to policeacademy@lit.edu

Basic Instructor Certification Course
(TCOLE 1014)
Date:  May 2-6, 2016
8:00-5:00
Location: 802 East Lavaca, MPC

Description
This student will be introduced to the teaching-learning process, factors affecting learning, needs assessment, task analysis, developing learning objectives, preparing a lesson plan, and methods of instruction.  Each trainee will prepare and demonstrate the basic knowledge and skills required to effectively instruct a lesson during teaching exercises which will be evaluated.

TO REGISTER:  Email name, PID, Agency and a contact number to policeacademy@lit.edu

84th Legislative Legal Update (TCOLE 3184)
(4 hours)
Date:  May 11, 2016
8:00 am -12:00 pm
Location: 802 East Lavaca, MPC

Description
Multiple bills were passed by the 84th Legislature. There were administrative changes, changes in existing statues, and new laws. Case law, especially cases handed down by the Supreme Court of the United States.  This material is a general summary of selected court cases and changes to Texas’ criminal law as wrought by the 84th session of the Texas Legislature.

TO REGISTER:  Email name, PID, Agency and a contact number to policeacademy@lit.edu

Detective and New Investigator, by PATC
Date:  May 16-20, 2016
8:00-5:00
Location: 802 East Lavaca, MPC

Description
This course is composed to assist the newly appointed Detective in becoming familiar with the many aspects of a Criminal Investigation.

Topics:  Beginning the Criminal Investigation, The Crime Scene, Injury & Death Investigation, Sex Crimes, Conducting the Criminal Investigation, Digital Evidence, Identity Crimes, Conducting Successful Interviews, Conducting Successful Suspect Interrogations, Investigating Crimes against the Elderly, Case Study: Florida Serial Homicides; America’s First Female Predatory Serial Killer

TO REGISTER:  Email name, PID, Agency and a contact number to policeacademy@lit.edu

84th Legislative Legal Update (TCOLE 3184)
(4 hours)
Date:  June 2, 2016
1:00 pm -5:00 pm
Location: 802 East Lavaca, MPC

Description
Multiple bills were passed by the 84th Legislature. There were administrative changes, changes in existing statues, and new laws. Case law, especially cases handed down by the Supreme Court of the United States.  This material is a general summary of selected court cases and changes to Texas’ criminal law as wrought by the 84th session of the Texas Legislature.

TO REGISTER:  Email name, PID, Agency and a contact number to policeacademy@lit.edu

Arresting Communication
Date June 13-14, 2016
Time 8:00 – 5:00
Location 802 East Lavaca, MPC Conference Room

Description
Arresting Communication is the complete package when it comes to realistic communication training for those in law enforcement. The premise of the course is that every police officer needs to be educated in what they do 100% of the time on duty – communicate

TO REGISTER:  Email name, PID, Agency and a contact number to policeacademy@lit.edu

Robert L. Smith
Director – Regional Police Academy
409-880-8020
409-880-2369 (fax)

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Lamar Institute of Technology
Member The Texas State University System

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Cyber Security Training at OC EOC

USCG/TEEX/NERRTC Sponsors Community Cyber Security Training at OC EOC

 

Select Here for Course, Date, Time, Location, and Details. (link Select Here to the attached pdf above)

 

LIT Regional Police Academy schedules Progressive Enforcement Options

Date: January 13-15, 2016
8:00-5:00

Location: 802 East Lavaca, MPC
Description: Progressive Enforcement Options is a 3 day, 24 hours self-defense course that is a physical course, with a lot of hands on repetitions demonstrating the learned technics. This course emphasizes the use of joint locks to manipulate and control a suspect.

TO REGISTER:  Email name, PID, Agency and a contact number to policeacademy@lit.edu

Robert L. Smith
Director – Regional Police Academy
409-880-8020
409-880-2369 (fax)
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Lamar Institute of Technology
Member The Texas State University System

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Port Neches Fire Department schedules TEEX Leadership Ethics Course

TEEX – Exercising Skills Series, Exercising Leadership Ethically  scheduled in Port Neches, TX. 3/3/2016 – 3/4/2016.  FREE COURSE   Instructor: Ben Kennedy
Description  This two-day course provides students with the ability to recognize ethical dilemmas in the context of their environments, apply a decision model to resolve these dilemmas, render ethical decisions, and defend under scrutiny the resulting decisions that were made in an effort to resolve these dilemmas. The ESS: ELE course will become the fourth offering within the Executive Skill Series.
Prerequisite  There are no prerequisites for this course.
Topics  The Adaptive Leadership Model; Introduction to a Dialogue on Ethics; The Ethical Dilemma in Context; Applied Ethics; Defending Under Scrutiny.
Audience  The target audience for all of the Executive Skill Series courses, including the Exercising Leadership Ethically course, are fire and emergency services personnel in positions of authority who have an opportunity to exercise leadership.
Education Credits  0.00 CEUs; Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE); Texas Commission of Fire Protection (TCFP); State Firemen’s and Fire Marshals’ Association of Texas (SFFMA)
Contact Information ESTI Phone: (979) 845-7641 | Tollfree: (866) 878-8900 Email: esti@teex.tamu.edu

Other Information To request this class in your jurisdiction or department, please use the Emergency Services Training Institute (ESTI) Extension Course Request Form. To request admission to an already-scheduled course, call the contact person listed in this course schedule. This will allow the course host to provide appropriate numbers of student manuals. Classroom only.

Select Link to register:   https://teex.org/Pages/Class.aspx?course=NFA093&courseTitle=Exercising

Texas Association of Fire Educators Conference 2016 Scheduled

Select Here for Course schedule, Date, Location, and Registration (Full Conference Price is only $175)

LIT Regional Police Academy, In-Service Training Schedule

LIT Regional Police Academy has posted the In-Service Training Schedule into 2016.

Select Here for Course, Date, Time, Location, and Details.

 

Robert L. Smith
Director – Regional Police Academy
409-880-8020
409-880-2369 (fax)

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Lamar Institute of Technology
Member The Texas State University System

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FBI-LEEDA and LUPD Co-Host Command and Leadership Training

FBI-LEEDA and LUPD Co-Host Command and Leadership Training

 

Co-Hosted by:

FBI-LEEDA and

Chief Hector Flores and the Lamar University Police Department at the John Gray Library, 8th Floor 4400 Martin Luther King Parkway, Beaumont, TX 77710

 

Supervisor Leadership Institute

February 29 – March 4, 2016 (40 hours)

 

Command Leadership Institute (40 hours)

May 16 – 20, 2016

LIT schedules In-service Training

LIT is still trying to build a current and correct email list for in-service training and at this point it is a piecemeal collection of several list so if you are receiving these emails and do not wish to, please reply and I will delete your address from it.  Likewise if this was forwarded to you and you would like to be included on the in-service mail list let me know and I will add you.

Second, Now that the Basic Academy class is under way I am able to focus my attention on working on the in-service calendar.  There will be a legislative update train-the-trainer class coming soon as well as Intermediate core courses.  I will update the web site calendar and send email when I establish dates.

The below listed class is on the calendar and are FREE to attend.  They will be at the LIT Regional Police Academy located in the LIT Multipurpose Center Rm. 258

 

New Supervisor’s Course (3737)

September 28-30, 2015

TO REGISTER:  send email to policeacademy@lit.edu  include your name, agency, PID, and a contact number

 

Robert L. Smith

Director – Regional Police Academy

409-880-8020

409-880-2369 (fax)

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Lamar Institute of Technology

Member The Texas State University System

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Child Abuse Core Course

The Beaumont Police Department will host a Child Abuse Core Course on August 26-28, 2015 from 0800-1700 hours at the Beaumont Police Department training classroom at 255 College St. Please email me your full name, PID, email address, and agency if you are interested in attending.

 

Sgt. Candice Cox
Beaumont Police Department
Training Sergeant
409-880-3837     Office
409-880-3873     Fax
ccox@ci.beaumont.tx.us<mailto:ccox@ci.beaumont.tx.us