WSLEA Supports Professional Development
WSLEA supports a variety of programs intended to benefit the law enforcement profession, including the following:
The Association sponsors Washington State Criminal Justice Commission courses and seminars annually for certification of law enforcement officers to increase their knowledge, upgrade their skills and abilities, and promote professionalism. Topics range from specific technical training subjects to seminars which provide general information on current law enforcement topics.
The WSLEA Scholarship Committee has established a scholarship program for Law Enforcement Officers (Active and Reserve) wishing to pursue continuing education programs which are recognized by the Criminal Justice Training Commission.
New course offerings
- The Bulletproof Warrior. See Course details The Bulletproof Warrior – Burien 2017 – September 21-22
- Road Wise Train-the-Trainer. See Course details Road Wise – October 23-24, 2017 – Hillsboro, OR
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To Register for courses:
- For an updated list of classes being offered, click on the link to the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission website. CJTC.
- Professional development courses are held throughout the state during the year for continuing education purposes.
- The courses offered are Criminal Justice Training Commission Courses which means that all law enforcement personnel taking the classes receive full CJTC credits.
To apply for scholarship funds:
Click on the link, complete the application and mail to WSLEA Continuing Education Program, 6947 Coal Creek Pkwy SE, PMB 447, Newcastle, WA 98059. Continuing Education Scholarship Application.
To receive an application, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate your name, department and a contact phone number. You can also call 1-800-227 WSLE(9753) or mail your request to: WSLEA Continuing Education Program, 6947 Coal Creek Pkwy SE, PMB 447, Newcastle, WA 98059.
PATC Training Bulletin
The Public Agency Training Council has a training schedule update including:
- Investigative Techniques Using Social Networking Sites – August 23-25, 2017 – Denver, CO
- Basic Criminal Investigation: Tactics, Techniques & Procedures for New Investigators – August 29-31, 2017 – Brier, WA
- IOS Backup Forensics – September 8, 2017 – 9AM-11AM – WEBINAR
- Smartphone Lock Bypass Solutions – September 11-15, 2017 – 9AM-11AM daily – WEBINAR
- Child Death Investigations: Child Death Scene to Court – September 18-19, 2017 – Casper, WY
- Hostage Negotiations – Phase I and II – September 18-22, 2017 – Las Vegas, NV
- Prisoner Control – September 20-22, 2017 – Denver, CO
- Advanced Email Investigations – September 22, 2017 – 9AM-11AM – WEBINAR
- Calming The Fire: Principles for De-escalation and Understanding People – September 25-26, 2017 – Flagstaff, AZ
- Interviewing and Understanding Sexual Deviant Behavior – September 25-27, 2017 – Casa Grande, AZ
- First Line Supervision: Leadership and Management Skills – September 26-28, 2017 – Mesa, AZ
- Child Death Investigation: Child Death Scene to Court – October 2-3, 2017 – Mesa, AZ
- Facebook Investigations and Forensics – October 6, 2017 – 9AM-12PM – WEBINAR
- Forensic Pathology for Investigators – October 12-13, 2017 – Rio Rancho, NM
- On Scene Triage of Electronic Evidence – October 13, 2017 – 10AM-12PM – WEBINAR
- Smartphone Forensics and Cellular Technology Certification +SMART – October 16-20, 2017 – Westminster, CO
- Five Stages of Interview & Interrogation Techniques – October 25-27, 2017 – Denver, CO
- Social Networking Investigations – October 25-27, 2017 – 10AM-12PM daily – WEBINAR
- Smartphone Application Forensics – November 3, 2017 – 9AM-11AM – WEBINAR
- Leadership Skills for Challenging Times – November 7-9, 2017 – Denver, CO
- Interviewing and Understanding Sexual Deviant Behavior – November 7-9, 2017 – Rio Rancho, NM
- Forensic Pathology for Investigators – November 9-10, 2017 – Yakima, WA
- Snapchat Investigations and Forensics – November 20, 2017 – 9AM-11AM – WEBINAR
- Hostage/Crisis Negotiations – Phase I and II – November 27 – December 1, 2017 – Mesa, AZ
- Practical Kinesic Interview and Interrogation Phase I and II – December 4-8, 2017 – Longmont, CO
- Drug Investigations for Street Officers and New Investigations – December 12-14, 2017 – Mesa, AZ
- Detective and New Criminal Investigator – December 18-22, 2017 – Rio Rancho, NM
- Cellular Records Analysis and Mapping – December 18-22, 2017 – 9AM-11AM daily – WEBINAR
- Interview and Interrogation for Investigators and Patrol Officers – January 22-24, 2018 – Westminster, CO
- Supervisor Liability – February 20-21, 2017 – North Las Vegas, NV
- Cell Phone Technology – February 26-27, 2017 – North Las Vegas, NV
- Investigative Techniques Using Social Networking Sites – February 28 – March 2, 2017 – North Las Vegas, NV
- Investigative Techniques Using Social Networking Sites – March 26-28, 2017 – Westminster, CO
See the complete course schedules, course details, and registration information, including webinar training, at www.patc.com.
Advancing Informal STEM Learning – Available amount $3,000,000. If your organization is interested in this funding opportunity, see the program requirements. Deadline November 6, 2017. Advancing Informal STEM Learning.
23rd Annual NWGIA Training Conference
WSLEA was again a sponsor of the Northwest Gang Investigator Association’s 23rd annual training conference for 2017, held in Spokane, WA May 15-19. NWGIA represents law enforcement professionals investigating gang crimes and the implementation of prevention and intervention programs in Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Montana. WSLEA has been a proud sponsor of NWGIA for the past three years. For more information about NWGIA or the conference, visit www.nwgia.com.
HR-218 Qualification Shoot for Retired Law Enforcement Officers
WSLEA is a sponsor of the HR-218 qualification shoot for retired law enforcement officers. The qualification is held at the Spokane Police Academy Range and is coordinated by Sgt. C. Crane, Range Master, and Robert T. Bro, Range assistant. The shoot is open to any retired law enforcement officer, retired from any law enforcement agency, including Federal, State and Local. WSLEA has been a proud sponsor for the past five years. The 2017 shoot was held on Wednesday, June 14th. To reserve a shooting time or for more information contact Bob Bro at email@example.com or (509) 953-5066. See the following for more information and registration. 2016 HR-218 Qualification, BLEA Firearm Training, Liability Waiver, and Retired Qualification.
The National Campus Safety Summit
Las Vegas – February 22-24, 2017
The National Campus Safety Summit is a three-day gathering of university police chiefs and emergency management directors from around the nation. Keynotes include:
- Yale University Police
- Iowa State University Police
- Ohio University Police
- Northern Arizona University’s Emergency Management Office
- FBI Tactical SWAT Command – FBI Special Agent and SWAT Commander Robert Hunt leads a special active-shooter training session for campus safety officers and senior-level university administrators. This two-part, full morning presentation includes open Q&A session with the FBI. The session focuses on managing the civilian response and the leadership role of campus safety.
Learn about registration packages, included meals and hotel rates:
Free Webinar on implementing Open Data programs
MRSC has an upcoming free webinar on how local governments can implement Open Data programs. Information is as follows:
Date: Tuesday, November 8, 2016
Title: How to Get Started with Open Data
Time: 11:00am – 12:00pm
Speakers: Tyler Running Deer (City of Seattle), Katie Johnston (City of Tacoma), Jessica Wilson (Local Government Performance Center, State Auditor’s Office)
BJA Cybercrime Training Resources – FREE to Law Enforcement Members
The National Criminal Justice Training Center of Fox Valley Technical College is working on the BJA Electronic & Cybercrime National Training and Technical Assistance Program-Distance Learning/Rural project for the Bureau of Justice Assistance. For more information, see http://icactraining.org/emailblast/emailblast.html.
Announcing a New Resource Area For Law Enforcement Only
This new resource area was designed to provide an immediate response to the critical needs of small and underserved law enforcement and prosecutorial agencies in the area of cybercrime investigations, the Fox Valley Technical College, National Criminal Justice Training Center (NCJTC) has developed an online resource area which includes links to helpful tools, documents and eLearning opportunities.
These training resources are provided to members of the law enforcement community at no cost.
You must work for a law enforcement agency and be a member of the NCJTC website to access the resources, participate in the webinar series, attend distance learning courses or view the cyber roll call series.
Resources You Can Use Today
Resource Libraries, Webinars, Training Videos and Discussion Boards
A resource library has been development by NCJTC to provide tools and resources to investigators, prosecutors and other criminal justice professionals.
A webinar series has been created to raise awareness about issues related to cybercrime in an effort to enhance participant’s investigative skills and inform them about available tools and resources. Craigslist Investigations & Seizure and Forensic Examination of Mobile Devices are examples of two recent webinars you can view in the webinar library.
A series of 10 minute training videos have been developed for law enforcement agencies to use during roll call or other training events. Topics covered include Cyberbullying, Digital Evidence, Responding to Online Fraud and Personal Use of Social Media.
A distance learning course is also under development to enhance the ability of law enforcement agencies to prevent, investigate and better respond to electronic, cyber, and high tech crime. This course will be open for enrollment in April 2013.
We encourage you to take advantage of this learning opportunity and visit the Resource Area today. Please forward this email to other law enforcement personnel you feel would benefit from these resources. If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.