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

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


Co-Hosted by:


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  include your name, agency, PID, and a contact number


Robert L. Smith

Director – Regional Police Academy


409-880-2369 (fax)



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<

Missing and Exploited Children Course

We will have two Missing and Exploited Children classes that will be held here in the training classroom.   As of January 1, 2015 this class was added to the requirements for Intermediate Certification.  If you do not already have your intermediate certification, you will need to take this class.  The class will be held in the Beaumont Police Department training classroom at 255 College St.  The dates and times are as follows:

July 8, 2015  0800-1700 hours
Aug 4, 2015  0800-1700 hours

Please email me the list of any Officers that will attend with their full names and PID.  Thanks,

Sgt. Candice Cox
Beaumont Police Department
Training / Personnel
409-880-3837     Office
409-880-3873     Fax

Beaumont PD Schedules In-Service Training

The Beaumont Police Department in conjunction with CLEAT is hosting an Excited Delirium class on July 15, 2015 from 0800-1600 hours at the Beaumont Police Department training classroom.  If you are interested in attending this training please email me with your name and PID.  In addition, please register online at under the training section.  Thanks,


Sgt. Candice Cox
Beaumont Police Department
Training / Personnel
409-880-3837     Office
409-880-3873     Fax




LIT Regional Police Academy schedules In-service Training Schedule

Human Trafficking (TCOLE 3270) Date July 8, 2015

Time 8:00 – 5:00

Location 802 East Lavaca, MPC


To increase law enforcement awareness of the issues of human trafficking and to obtain inter-connectivity of state, federal and global human trafficking concerns.

Auto Theft Training Course

More Information

Date July 9, 2015

Time 8:00 – 5:00

Location Beaumont PD Training Classroom 255 College, Beaumont, TX 77701


The class is designed to better inform patrol officers of the intricacies of auto theft and vehicle identification. The course will cover task force history and responsibilities, auto theft related laws and crimes, personal, commercial and recreational vehicle identification and auto theft prevention.

There is no cost for this course.

TO REGISTER Contact BPD Training Division at (409) 880-3812 or email


“The Winning Mind” with Dave “Buck Savage” Smith

Date July 28, 2015

Time 8:00 – 5:00

Location 802 East Lavaca, MPC


Dave Smith presents the key components of peak performance, including who survives and why, the roles that optimism, risk and bureaucracy play in our personal and professional lives, and how individuals and organizations can make themselves truly resilient, Dave presents an entertaining & inspiring program designed to help everyone, regardless of their experience, optimize their odds of winning any confrontation. Dave Smith gives men & women the mental edge they need to not only face threats on the street but also manage the stresses they may confront in their daily lives, both on and off duty.

TO REGISTER Contact Sgt. Candice Cox at 409- 880-3812 Beaumont PD,


Legislative Legal Updates (TCOLE 3183) 4 hours

Date July 29, 2015

Morning Session 8:00-12:00

Afternoon Session 1:00-5:00

Location 802 East Lavaca, MPC


State and Federal Law Update Course. Is required by TCOLE for the 2013 to 2015 Training Unit. (Note: These classes may be combined or eliminated if there is not enough interest in the class or if too few people register for a session.)


Critical Incident Peer Support for Law Enforcement: A Foundational Course

More Information

Date August 3-4, 2015

Time 8:00 – 5:00

Location 802 East Lavaca, MPC Conference Room


This is a 2-day course with four modules, role-playing activities, video interviews, and scenario discussions. Funded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance, the objective of the Critical Incident Peer Support for Law Enforcement course is to train the officer to be able to offer support, or psychological first aid, to their fellow officers. (See flyer for more information)


Arresting Communication

Date August 5-6, 2015

Time 8:00 – 5:00

Location 802 East Lavaca, MPC Conference Room

Instructor Jim Glennon


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


Spanish for Law Enforcement (TCOLE 2109)


Date: August 10-12, 2015


Location: 802 East Lavaca, MPC


Required for Intermediate Certificate

This course is composed of seven units and is designed build upon the skills acquired during each unit. Critical words and phrases that the student must completely master during deal with safety and command and control during responses to a potentially dangerous incident and key phrases and words that may be used in a variety of situations.


Please contact:


Robert L. Smith

Director – Regional Police Academy


409-880-2369 (fax)


Lamar Institute of Technology

Member The Texas State University System


JEFFERSON COUNTY Sheriff’s Academy schedules free LE Courses

JCSO Academy is scheduling the following courses for June and July, 2015:


Basic Instructor 1014 (40 hours)  Select here for details

Crime Scene Search Int. 2106 (32 hours)   Select here for details

Missing & Exploited Child 3275 (4 hours) Select here for details

Special Inv. Topics 3232 (8 hours)  Select here for details

State & Fed. Legislative update 3183 (3 hours)  Select here for details


I need some help filling these classes.  If you have any contacts that you can forward these to, I would appreciate it.  All the

classes are free of charge to local agencies.




Mike Pieper


Cyber-Security Training, May 18, 2015

S. Attorney’s Office hosting Cyber-Security training on May 18, 2015

Select here for details & registration


Please feel free to invite your law enforcement and education partners.


The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Texas is providing this free training course for federal, state, and local law enforcement officers and educators at four separate locations from May 18 to 21, 2015.  Training will be provided by prosecutors from the U.S. Attorney’s Office and officers and agents trained in Cyber-Security.


Training Locations


May 18 Lamar Institute of Technology

Mon     Regional Police Academy

Multi Purpose Building

802 E. Lavaca

Beaumont, TX  77710


May 19 Collin County

Tues    Law Enforcement Academy

2200 W. University Drive

Conference Center D106

McKinney, TX  75070


May 20 Tyler Junior College

Wed     Law Enforcement Academy

1530 S. SW Loop 323

Tyler, TX  75701


May 21 Angelina College Police Academy

Thur    Nursing Bldg, Room 103

3500 South First

Lufkin, TX 75904


This 2015 training will focus on Cyber-Security issues, apps commonly used by students and related security concerns, and vulnerabilities specific to schools.


Law enforcement officers will look at exploiting social media, electronic surveillance, Brady/Giglio/Discovery obligations, and basic forensics.


Educators will look at trending social media apps, Geofences, Eduguard, social media and child exploitation.


Both groups will learn when to call and who to call:  where education and law enforcement have common ground.


Our goal is to prepare our law enforcement officers and educators in protecting our children and communities in the ever-changing world of cyber-security.



This training is specifically designed for agents and officers that are actively involved in  investigating crimes.  There is no registration fee for this training but space is limited. Please register before Mar. 24, 2014.  To register, please complete the online form at or fax this form to 409-839-2557.


Students will receive an e-mail to confirm their successful registration.

Davilyn Walston

Public Information Officer

Law Enforcement Coordinator

U.S. Attorney’s Office

Eastern District of Texas

Cell/text 409.553.9881

Office 409.981.7902

Unconventional Crude Oils Awareness

USCG hosting Unconventional Crude Oils Awareness & Hazards

Presentation By:  EPA OSC Nick Brescia

On April 8, 2015 from 2:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m.

Select here for details

Safety & Health Symposium

Port Arthur Health Department hosting Safety & Health Symposium at Baptist Hospital in Beaumont May 1, 2015.

Please RSVP by 4-17-15

Select here for details