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CONTINUING EDUCATION - CLASSROOM TRAINING


The following Continuing Education courses will be offered at the specified locations. Classes are accredited by CLEET for continuing education credit purposes only.  The curriculum of the class is the responsibility of the presenter, and is not generally subject to review or approval by CLEET, unless the class is presented by CLEET employees.   

Any questions about the class should be directed to the presenter.  

CLEET Rule 390:25-1-8 provides:  "Regarding any law enforcement concepts, practices, methods, techniques, products, or devices as might be taught, promoted, or otherwise espoused in outside schools or seminars, there is no intent, expressed or implied, that 'accreditation' indicates or in any way conveys 'CLEET approval' of such concepts, practices,
methods, techniques, products, or devices, unless such approval is explicitly stated by CLEET." 

To request to have your agency's CLEET accredited Continuing Education Classes posted on this page, fill out the Posting Request Form and e-mail it to the address in the form. 

Only CLEET accredited courses are eligible for
posting on this page.

Course Listings
 


Basic Life Support

Description: 2 yr. certification in adult/child/infant CPR/AED/First Aid
Date: 3rd Thursday of every month (can also schedule classes for other days and travel to specified  location)
Time: 1000 to 1400 hours
Location: Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences
                  1111 West 17th St.
                  Tulsa, OK 
CLEET Hours: 4
CLEET Accreditation Number: 14-1674
Cost: $10.00 per person (LE and security only)

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Dale Chapman
dale.chapman@okstate.edu
918-625-8592
 


Moving & Shooting Tier II “Beyond the Barrel”

Description: Beyond the Barrel Pistol course focuses on Situational Awareness and limiting Collateral Damage.  In this course we will focus on CQB shooting, engaging target from 10 to 40 yards. A 10 min timed focus shoot from 15 yards shall be performed in standoff scenarios. Quadrant shooting shall be performed along with paired shooting and precision shooting. Low barricade and offhand will be discussed thoroughly. Our focus is to enhance the capabilities of any law enforcement agency regardless of size. Evolving through different tactics is what keeps you alive. Theory, Tactics, Concepts and procedures will be conveyed thoroughly. Refresher training in Reality Based Scenarios proves effective and Elite T.W.O., strongly reinforces it. (This is an active course that may require the physical ability to run, sprint, drop to a kneeling and or prone position along with carrying or moving weight from 30Lbs to 250Lbs.) Train to Win.
*This Course is part 2 of 3

Ammo required: 650 rounds Pistol
RSVP – Slots open 10


Date: June 30, 2016
Time: 0900 to 1700 hours
Location: Fouled Bore Precision Range
                 737 Country Road
                 Ninnekah, OK 73067
CLEET Hours: 8
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-3265
Cost: $300 **Ask for the Evolution of an Operator Program

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Justice Narvaez
justice@elitetwo.com
949-351-2715
 


PepperBall Instructor and Armorer Certification

Description: PepperBall products can help reduce officer and suspect injuries, save
lives, decrease the risk of litigation, and improve public perception of law enforcement agencies. The PepperBall System is an affordable, nonlethal tool designed for patrol, corrections, and tactical officers in a wide variety of situations. The PepperBall Instructor Certification course involves intensive training in the use of the nonlethal PepperBall System, including operation, safety, maintenance, and deployment. This
course certifies attendees as PepperBall Instructors for their individual agency, allowing the attendee to design a course in the safe and effective use of the PepperBall System. The armorer course certifies students as armorers on the Custom Carbine SX and TX launchers

Date: June 30 - July 1, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Mannford Upper Elementary School
                100 Green Valley Road
                Mannford, Oklahoma 74044
CLEET Hours: 16
CLEET Accreditation Number: PepperBall Instructor - 16-0294 and PepperBall Armorer -
16-0293
Cost: $395.00 (Send two for the price of one!)

Course Flyer

REGISTRATION
Karen Buchholz, Training Manager
kbuchholz@pepperball.com
877-887-3773

AGENCY INFORMATION

Justin Porter
mannford214@gmail.com

Michael Mashburn
mdmashburn@yahoo.com
918-865-4141
 


AR/Pistol Tier III “Crisis Management”

Description: This course covers 2 hours in Mental Health. In the middle of chaos and mass casualties it's about critical thinking. Focus will be conveyed on timed shooting, paired shooting and precision shooting. We will move through scenarios that take you from Domestic calls to parking lot incidents to active shooters/ Domestic Terrorism and Dealing with emotionally disturbed persons (EDPs). Our focus is to enhance the capabilities of any law enforcement agency regardless of size. We will refocus on Safety Isolation Drills while moving into proficiency shooting with both dominant hands from various positions. Evolving through different tactics is what keep you alive. Theory, Tactics, Concepts and procedures will be conveyed thoroughly. Refresher training in Reality Based Scenarios proves effective and Elite T.W.O., strongly reinforces it. (This is an active course that requires the physical ability to run, sprint, drop to a kneeling and or prone position along with carrying or moving weight from 30Lbs to 250Lbs.) Train to Win.

Ammo required: 600 rounds Pistol / 700 rounds AR
RSVP – Slots open 10

Date: July 1, 2016
Time: 0900 to 1700 hours
Location: Fouled Bore Precision Range
                 737 Country Road
                 Ninnekah, OK 73067
CLEET Hours: 8
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-4237
Cost: $450 **Ask for the Evolution of an Operator Program

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Justice Narvaez
justice@elitetwo.com
949-351-2715
 


Oklahoma Drug Endangered Children

Description: An in-depth look at substance abuse/addiction, drug environments and the impact on children. Develop a broader understanding of the connection between children and these environments. Review the vital role that law enforcement plays in supporting community collaborations to protect children.

Date: July 6, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Kiamichi Technology Center
                810 Waldron Rd.
                Durant, Oklahoma, 74701
CLEET Hours: 6 with 2 mental health hours
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-1392
Cost: Free

MUST PRE-REGISTER TO ATTEND!

Registration Web Site

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Dub Turner
dturner@obn.state.ok.us
1-800-522-8031
 


Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing: 
Law Enforcement Guide to Understanding Sexual 
Exploitation and Abuse of Children

(The Cost was reduced for this course)

Description: This eight-hour course focuses on understanding the disturbing phenomena of sexual exploitation and abuse of children, focusing on intra-personal and interpersonal dynamics (social, behavioral, psychological, emotional, cognitive, and spiritual) that occur among victims and perpetrators of sexual crimes against children.  Also covered are practical field-ready conversational assessment and observational tools that law enforcement personnel and clinicians may use to determine what general classification of sexual offender they may be dealing with, as well as a summary of social and behavioral indicators which may determine the psychological profile of the offender.  This form of preliminary assessment proves valuable in the proper selection of “interrogatory themes” to be utilized in criminal interrogations.

Date: July 7, 2016 
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Mid-America Christian University
                3500 SW 119th Street
                OKC, OK 73170
CLEET Hours: 8, With 2 Mental Health hours 
CLEET Accreditation Number: 14-0945
Cost: FREE to CLEET-certified Law Enforcement Personnel

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Chief Joe Koerner
jkoerner@macu.edu
405-692-3287
 


Tactical Pistol I

Description: This intense 1-day firearms training course focuses on tactical speed shooting, development of aggressive gun-handling skills and dynamic action while deploying the semi-automatic pistol.  

Date: July 9, 2016
Time: 0900 hours
Location: 4400 Will Rogers Parkway
                  Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73108
                  Classroom is in the back of building
CLEET Hours: 8
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-3851
Cost: $100

Course Info Flyer

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Kerry Spencer
tactical.training.specialist@gmail.com
405-637-8485
 


Emergency Response to an
Armed Intruder - Instructor’s Course

Description: Armed intruder incidents are escalating at an alarming rate. Innocent victims are falling prey to armed intruders with one mission in mind – committing mass murder. Historically these events create victims in the first few seconds before the police have time to respond. This two-day course is a “train the trainer” model designed to create instructors who can then go back to their agencies, schools or companies and deliver this program. It also creates a force multiplier and makes the program much more cost efficient.

Date: July 10 - 11, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Mannford Upper Elementary
                100 Green Valley Road
                Mannford, OK 74044
CLEET Hours: 16
CLEET Accreditation Number: 16-0661
Cost: $235.00

Course Info Flyer

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Justin Porter or Michael Mashburn
Porter - mannford214@gmail.com or Mashburn - mdmashburn@yahoo.com    
918-865-4141
 


Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement (A.R.I.D.E)

Description: ARIDE is intended to bridge the gap between the SFST and DEC/DRE programs by providing officers with general knowledge related to drug impairment and by promoting the use of DREs in states that have the DEC Program. One of the more significant aspects of ARIDE is the required student demonstration of the SFST proficiency requirement. The ARIDE program stresses the importance of the signs and symptoms of the seven drug categories. This course will train law enforcement officers to observe, identify and articulate the signs of impairment related to drugs, alcohol, or a combination of both, in order to reduce the number of impaired driving incidents as well as crashes which result in serious injuries and fatalities. This course will educate other criminal justice professionals (prosecutors, toxicologists, judges, etc.) to understand the signs of impairment related to drugs, alcohol, or a combination of both, to enable them to effectively work with law enforcement in order to reduce the number of impaired driving incidents as well as crashes with result in serious injuries and fatalities.

Date: July 12 - 13, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Anadarko Community Library
                215 W. Broadway
                Anadarko, OK
CLEET Hours: 16 with 2 mental health
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-0036
Cost: FREE

Registration Website

AGENCY INFORMATION

AJ Hyatt
aj@theoacp.net
405-672-1225 ext. 6
 


Aquatic Death and Homicidal Drowning Investigations

Description: Drowning is the second leading cause of “accidental” death to children in the U.S. and third for adults. As many as 20% of these drownings are the result of foul play. Sadly, our research has also found that very few drowning incidents are investigated, and those that are investigated are often conducted in hindsight when crucial scene evidence no longer exists. And even when cases are investigated, investigators are at a disadvantage because the chances of them having training on the specifics of homicidal drowning investigations are near to zero. Just as investigating motor vehicle fatalities requires specialized skills and knowledge, so does investigating drowning incidents. It is unlikely that there will be any signs of trauma, signs of a struggle, or other normal foul play signs on a homicidal drowning scene. Standard autopsies typically do not provide any evidence either. The medical examiner needs to be asked to check for specific signs. The reason so few cases are investigated and even fewer result in convictions, is because law enforcement personnel are not trained to know the red flags and do not have the enough knowledge about drowning and water dynamics to know if a witness statement can be true or not. Consider a 22 y.o. male found dead in a field with no obvious mechanism of death. Wouldn’t the scene be processed by crime scene technicians? Wouldn’t an investigation be conducted? Take that same male found in 12 feet of water in a lake. Typically the dive team is called in, the body is recovered, and there is little or no scene processing. The autopsy shows death due to drowning. A tragic accident. Case closed. Learn why this may well not be so and how to go about processing the scene. Through in-depth study of case histories, responding officers, detectives, coroners, medical examiners, and prosecutors will learn state-of-the-art investigative procedures to investigate drownings, near-drownings, postmortem disposal, and evidence disposal.

Topics covered:
How to prepare the mind set of responding officers? What to do upon arrival on a drowning scene?
Water specific witness interviewing and statement analysis? Preservation of possible water crime scenes?
What happens to bodies and other evidence underwater? Was it not there, or did the dive team just miss it?
Aquatic Sexual Sadism & Aquatic Erotic Asphyxia Case History Reviews
Submerged Evidence processing Indications of homicide by drowning
Post-mortem physiology with examination of forensic slides Court ready documentation of the scene

Date: July 12 - 13, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Southern Oklahoma Technology Center
                2610 Sam Noble Pkwy Seminar (A)
                Ardmore, Oklahoma 73401
CLEET Hours: 16
CLEET Accreditation Number: 16-0299
Cost: $225.00

Registration Flyer

AGENCY INFORMATION

Sergeant Randy O’Hanlon
rohanlon@ardmorecity.org
580-221-2558
 


TRACE Investigations

Description: TRACE is a protocol wherein First responders to alcohol-related emergencies investigate an incident the involves a person under 21 or an intoxicated person.  Officers will learn what information is available and is required to be supplied to the investigator by any ABLE licensed location.

Date: July 13 - 14, 2016
Time: 0830 to 1700 hours
Location: Norman Investigation Center
                  1507 West Lindsey
                  Norman, Oklahoma
CLEET Hours: 16
CLEET Accreditation Number: 14-0163
Cost: FREE

AGENCY INFORMATION

Sara Doherty
sara.doherty@normanok.gov
405-366-5495
 


Redeeming Human Currency:  
Interviewing/Debriefing Human Trafficking Victims

(The Cost was reduced for this course)

Description: This 16-hour course focuses on increasing understanding of the dynamics of sexual human trafficking (both domestic and foreign), and the unique challenges and obstacles which exist with this specialized population of victims and survivors.  Dynamics of various acquired psychopathologies which are often manifested in victims, survivors, and perpetrators will be explained in detail, including, but not limited to, Sexual Stockholm Syndrome – Type III.  The student will be equipped with various interviewing, debriefing, and intervention strategies designed to break down communication and trust barriers, and to facilitate cooperation, communication, and protection of the victims and survivors, as well as glean valuable intelligence to be used in perpetrator identification and apprehension, and other areas of interdiction and investigation.

Date: July 14 - 15, 2016 
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Mid-America Christian University
                3500 SW 119th Street
                OKC, OK 73170
CLEET Hours: 16, With 2 Mental Health hours 
CLEET Accreditation Number: 14-0945
Cost: FREE to CLEET-Certified Law Enforcement Personnel.

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Chief Joe Koerner
jkoerner@macu.edu
405-692-3287


 


Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement (A.R.I.D.E)

The dates for this course have changed. See updated dates below.

Description: ARIDE is intended to bridge the gap between the SFST and DEC/DRE programs by providing officers with general knowledge related to drug impairment and by promoting the use of DREs in states that have the DEC Program. One of the more significant aspects of ARIDE is the required student demonstration of the SFST proficiency requirement. The ARIDE program stresses the importance of the signs and symptoms of the seven drug categories. This course will train law enforcement officers to observe, identify and articulate the signs of impairment related to drugs, alcohol, or a combination of both, in order to reduce the number of impaired driving incidents as well as crashes which result in serious injuries and fatalities. This course will educate other criminal justice professionals (prosecutors, toxicologists, judges, etc.) to understand the signs of impairment related to drugs, alcohol, or a combination of both, to enable them to effectively work with law enforcement in order to reduce the number of impaired driving incidents as well as crashes with result in serious injuries and fatalities.

Date: July 16 AND July 23, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Oklahoma County Spencer Substation
                8601 Main Street
                Spencer, OK
CLEET Hours: 16 with 2 mental health
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-0036
Cost: FREE

Registration Website

AGENCY INFORMATION

AJ Hyatt
aj@theoacp.net
405-672-1225 ext. 6
 


AR/Pistol Tier III “Crisis Management”

Description: This course covers 2 hours in Mental Health. In the middle of chaos and mass casualties it's about critical thinking. Focus will be conveyed on timed shooting, paired shooting and precision shooting. We will move through scenarios that take you from Domestic calls to parking lot incidents to active shooters/ Domestic Terrorism and Dealing with emotionally disturbed persons (EDPs). Our focus is to enhance the capabilities of any law enforcement agency regardless of size. We will refocus on Safety Isolation Drills while moving into proficiency shooting with both dominant hands from various positions. Evolving through different tactics is what keep you alive. Theory, Tactics, Concepts and procedures will be conveyed thoroughly. Refresher training in Reality Based Scenarios proves effective and Elite T.W.O., strongly reinforces it. (This is an active course that requires the physical ability to run, sprint, drop to a kneeling and or prone position along with carrying or moving weight from 30Lbs to 250Lbs.) Train to Win.

Ammo required: 600 rounds Pistol / 700 rounds AR
RSVP – Slots open 10

Date: July 18, 2016
Time: 0900 to 1700 hours
Location: Fouled Bore Precision Range
                 737 Country Road
                 Ninnekah, OK 73067
CLEET Hours: 8
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-4237
Cost: $450 **Ask for the Evolution of an Operator Program

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Justice Narvaez
justice@elitetwo.com
949-351-2715
 


Cyber Investigation 101 - Secure Techniques for Onsite Preview

Description: STOP covers the usage and configuration of two tools (WinFE and osTriage) designed to preview a non-mobile digital device and export files of evidentiary value. Students who bring the suggested materials listed above will be able to leave STOP with the same setup shown in class. Other topics include a detailed examination of the process of previewing: what previewing is, why and when it should be done, who can conduct a preview, and differences in procedure for starting a preview depending on whether a device is on or off.

What is previewing? Learn why you should preview, who can perform a preview, when to conduct a preview, and how to start a preview whether a device is on or off.
• WinFE. Forensically boot a device, then quickly preview and export digital evidence found on scene.
• OsTriage. Identify when encryption is present, image RAM memory, display browser history, preview and export existing files, and much more.
• Hands-on experience. Work with WinFE and OsTriage, and leave the course with the same setup shown in class.

STOP is a 2-day classroom course.
Prerequisites:
• CI 099 – Basic Computer Skills for Law Enforcement (BCS-WB) online course
• CI 100 – Identifying & Seizing Electronic Evidence (ISEE-WB) online course

Date: July 18 and 19, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Forensic Science Institute
                  801 E. 2nd Street
                  Edmond, OK 73034
CLEET Hours: 16
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-3143
Cost: There is no tuition fee for this NW3C class for anyone actively employed with a State, Local or Tribal Law Enforcement agency.

REGISTRATION WEBSITE

AGENCY INFORMATION

Rachael Elliott
relliott@uco.edu
405-974-6958
 


Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement (A.R.I.D.E)

Description: ARIDE is intended to bridge the gap between the SFST and DEC/DRE programs by providing officers with general knowledge related to drug impairment and by promoting the use of DREs in states that have the DEC Program. One of the more significant aspects of ARIDE is the required student demonstration of the SFST proficiency requirement. The ARIDE program stresses the importance of the signs and symptoms of the seven drug categories. This course will train law enforcement officers to observe, identify and articulate the signs of impairment related to drugs, alcohol, or a combination of both, in order to reduce the number of impaired driving incidents as well as crashes which result in serious injuries and fatalities. This course will educate other criminal justice professionals (prosecutors, toxicologists, judges, etc.) to understand the signs of impairment related to drugs, alcohol, or a combination of both, to enable them to effectively work with law enforcement in order to reduce the number of impaired driving incidents as well as crashes with result in serious injuries and fatalities.

Date: July 18 - 19, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Pioneer Cellular Event Center
                900 N. 7th St.
                Weatherford, OK
CLEET Hours: 16 with 2 mental health
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-0036
Cost: FREE

Registration Website

AGENCY INFORMATION

AJ Hyatt
aj@theoacp.net
405-672-1225 ext. 6
 


Prevent Stress & Burnout in a Challenging Environment

Description: Staying positive in a negative environment can be difficult. Dealing with challenging situations on a continual basis can drain your energy and your motivation.
This workshop will discuss anxiety, stress, and burnout – how to recognize the signs in yourself and others as well as how to manage anxiety & stress, prevent burnout, and develop coping techniques for stressful situations.

The instructor will also discuss techniques for staying positive and not letting the negativity around you have an effect on your attitude and outlook. This is a mental health workshop focused on building resiliency and keeping yourself in a strong, positive state of well-being.

Date: July 20, 2016
Time: 1100 to 1300 hours
Location: Online - Justice Clearinghouse Webinar
CLEET Hours: 2 with 2 mental health
CLEET Accreditation Number: 16-1619
Cost: $99 per person

Registration Link Here:  
http://justiceclearinghouse.com/july-workshop-prevent-stress-burnout-in-a-challenging-environment/

AGENCY INFORMATION

Amy Morgan (questions re: webinar)
amysmorgan@yahoo.com

Monika (questions re: registration)
monika@justiceclearinghouse.com
719-243-2568
 


Cybercop 101 - Basic Data Recovery and Acquisition

Description: BDRA covers the fundamentals of computer operations, hardware function, configuration, and best practices for the protection, preservation, and imaging of digital evidence. Presentations and hands-on exercises cover topics such as partitioning, data storage, hardware and software write blockers, the boot up and shut down processes, live imaging, encryption detection, and duplicate imaging. BDRA incorporates computer forensic applications that experienced practitioners are currently using in the field.

• Fundamental building blocks for computer forensics
• Best practices for forensic imaging, imaging at the scene and validating forensic tools
• Encryption detection with live imaging
• Supporting hands-on exercises

BDRA is a 3-day classroom course.
Prerequisites:
• CI 099 – Basic Computer Skills for Law Enforcement (BCS-WB) online course
• CI 100 – Identifying & Seizing Electronic Evidence (ISEE-WB) online course

Date: July 20, 21, and 22, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Forensic Science Institute
                  801 E. 2nd Street
                  Edmond, OK 73034
CLEET Hours: 28
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-3142
Cost: There is no tuition fee for this NW3C class for anyone actively employed with a State, Local or Tribal Law Enforcement agency.

REGISTRATION WEBSITE

AGENCY INFORMATION

Rachael Elliott
relliott@uco.edu
405-974-6958
 


PR-24 Side Handle Baton

Description: 8-hour PR-24 qualification course.  This course will certify you to carry the PR-24 side handle baton.

Date: July 23, 2016
Time:
0900 to 1700 hours
Location: Mannford Athletic Complex
                  100 Green Valley Drive
                   Mannford, OK 74044
CLEET Hours: 8
CLEET Accreditation Number: 16-1557
Cost: $100

AGENCY INFORMATION

Justin Porter
mannford 214@gmail.com
918-865-4141

Michael Mashburn
mdmashburn@yahoo.com
918-865-4141
 


Pat McCarthy’s Street Crimes Seminar

Description: This training features very graphic videos and strong language- Intended for serious law enforcers only. - Our instructors provide the most up to date, street-tested information to help you stay one step ahead of criminals. - Each instructor has more than 25 years of actual street experience. - Each attendee receives an extensive training manual, pen and high-quality certificate.

Date: July 25 - 27, 2016
Time: 0830 to 1630 hours
Location: Southern Oklahoma Technology Center – Seminar Room
                2610 Sam Noble Parkway
                Ardmore, Oklahoma 73401
CLEET Hours: 24
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-1883
Cost: $399.00 per person

Course Info Flyer

Registration Web Site
or to register by phone, call 800-275-4915.

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Sergeant Randy O’Hanlon
rohanlon@ardmorecity.org
580-221-2558
 


Basic SWAT Operator Course

Description: The course is a fifty hour Basic SWAT training school which will cover such areas as: basic building searches, advanced building searches (i.e. dynamic, methodical, stealth to contact), hostage rescue, warrant service, and tactical firearms training. At the culmination of the course students will walk away with the basic skills needed to become a successful entry level tactical operator. More importantly they will have the confidence and mind set needed to apply those skills within a SWAT team environment.

Date: July 25 - 29, 2016 
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Mid-America Christian University
                3500 SW 119th Street
                OKC, OK 73170
CLEET Hours: 50
CLEET Accreditation Number: 16-0498
Cost: $100.00 

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Chief Joe Koerner
jkoerner@macu.edu
405-692-3287
 


Law Enforcement Active Shooter Instructor School

Description: Law Enforcement, Tactical Officers, Campus Police and Private Security will learn how to effectively deploy in Rapid And Immediate Deployment formations and alone if needed to address a threat of an active aggressor. Active Shooter Response is a hot topic among most law enforcement agencies and our training staff at Tac*One Consulting has been there and has the experience to prepare your staff.

Attendees will be provided with the curriculum and skills needed to instruct and maintain an effective “reality based” active shooter program at their respective agencies. Tactics taught are single to four officer responses so that no matter what the situation or size of agency your staff will be prepared. Your agency’s performance within the “Zero Hour” will define it for years to come. Our aggressive program will ensure your officers are prepared for the call of their careers while taking it one step further to prepare your communities, as well. Attendees will learn how to prepare your local government employees with our aggressive “Beyond the Lockdown…”, a program with a proven life-saving track record.

Date: July 25 - 28, 2016
Time: 0730 to 1730 hours and sometimes longer (onsite lunch each day)
Location: Okmulgee Police Department
                117 East 7th Street
                Okmulgee, Oklahoma 74447
CLEET Hours: 40
CLEET Accreditation Number: 14-1993
Cost: $850.00 per student

Course Info Flyer

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Kayla Guernsey
kayla@taconeconsulting.com
720-989-1426
 


Intermediate SWAT Operator Course

Description: This 24 hour course is designed to provide knowledge and training to further develop officers assigned to a Special Weapons and Tactics Unit. This course is intended for tactical teams with basic understanding of SWAT operations. The course is designed to give officers the skills to participate in the response to high risk situations encountered by tactical units. The curriculum focuses on developing not just individual physical skills but also critical thinking skills and a team mentality. Some of the topics covered include: tactical first aid/CPR, downed officer/citizen rescue, Improvised Explosive Devises, dignitary protection, advanced tactical weapons training, leadership development, building searches, and vehicle assaults.

Date: July 27 - 29, 2016 
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Mid-America Christian University
                3500 SW 119th Street
                OKC, OK 73170
CLEET Hours: 24
CLEET Accreditation Number: 14-0871
Cost: $150.00 

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Chief Joe Koerner
jkoerner@macu.edu
405-692-3287
 


ALICE Active Shooter Response Instructor Course

Description: ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) is a set of proactive, options-based strategies, that increase your chances of survival during a violent intruder or Active Shooter event. For 14 years, the ALICE Training Institute has provided violent intruder response training to individuals and organizations across the nation. This 2-Day Instructor training course is designed to teach law enforcement as well as school, church, hospital and workplace administrators and employees skills and strategies that bridge the gap between the time a violent event begins and law enforcement arrives.

Background: You will become knowledgeable in statistics and information about active shooter situations and why ALICE training is effective.

 ALICE Concepts: We will deliver a detailed overview of ALICE training and the liability of proactive vs. passive response strategies
Physical Drills: You will experience live scenario drills that compare passive vs. active responses
Effective Training: You will learn the strategies and be provided with materials to become an effective ALICE Instructor in your own organization


Date: August 1 - 2, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1600 hours
Location: Okmulgee Police Department
                117 E 7th street
                Okmulgee, OK 74447
CLEET Hours: 16
CLEET Accreditation Number: 16-1057
Cost: $595.00 per person

Course Info Flyer

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Justin Komorowski
justin@alicetraining.com
330-661-0607
 


Active Shooter Response Instructor Course - 
Advanced ALICE Training

Description:  The purpose of advanced ALICE training is to educate local and school-based law enforcement, as well as church, hospital, and workplace administrators and safety professionals about our researched-based, proactive response approach to Violent Intruder events.  The ALICE training program is designed to supplement current "Lock-down" or "Secure-in-Place" procedures used frequently in our public schools and institutions.  Tragic historic events have dictated the need of enhanced response options to increase chances of surviving a horrific event. 

Date: August 4 - 5, 2016 
Time: 0800 to 1600 hours
Location: Highland East Junior High
               1200 SE 4th Street
               Moore, OK 73160
CLEET Hours: 16
CLEET Accreditation Number: 14-2618
Cost: $595.00 - Departments can be invoiced/make payment after the course if need be.  Contact ALICE for more details.

Course Flyer

AGENCY INFORMATION

Sergeant David Dickinson
ddickinson@cityofmoore.com
405-793-4662
 


TASER Conducted Electrical Weapon (CEW)
Instructor Course

Description: This course provides the basic operational theory and practical training to instruct users to reasonably safely and effectively operate TASER CEWs. This course covers the TASER X26, X26P and X2 CEWs, and will certify those who successfully complete the course as TASER instructors for a period of 2 years. This course is open to sworn law enforcement officers, military personnel, and licensed professional security employees. Part 1 of the courses is completed online. New instructors will spend approximately 4 hours online before participating in 16 hours of practical training (Day 1 and Day2). Recertifying instructors will spend approximately 8 hours online before participating in 8 hours of practical training (Day 2).

Topics covered include:
            • TASER technology
            • Neuro-muscular incapacitation
            • Medical and safety information
            • Voluntary exposures
            • Legal issues
            • TASER CEWs
            • Power sources
            • Cartridges
            • TASER Cam and TASER Cam HD
            • Tactical considerations
            • Targeting
            • Risks associated with CEW use
            • Probe deployment and drive stun
            • Probe removal
            • Policy considerations
            • Post incident consideration

Government and agency discounts available for those who wish to stay overnight at the training location. Contact the Fairfield Inn directly at 405-470-8484.

Date: August 8 - 9, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Fairfield Inn
                5700 NW Expressway
                Warr Acres, OK 73122
CLEET Hours: 20
CLEET Accreditation Number: 16-0731
Cost: $435 (new certification) or $225 (re-certification)

Enrollment must be done through the TASER website using the following process:
Each attendee will need to either “Sign Up” or “Sign In” to access the schedule from TASER Communities themselves.
Registering other people or multiple people is not currently available
Registration Web Site
There can be a 48 hour approval process once an account has been created in Communities. This is a LOCKED website.
Log in is required in order to access the training schedule and register for a class.
Registration will not be able to be completed until approved.

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Master Patrol Officer Darryl Goodman
dgoodman@police.warracres-ok.gov
405-789-3329


Boating Safety For Public Safety Officers

Description: Basic boating terminology, boating laws, boating emergencies, first responder safety for floods, drowning and vessel collisions.

Date: August 8, 2016
Time: 0900 to 1700 hours
Location: Little Axe Community Center
                  1000 168th Ave NE
                  Norman, OK
CLEET Hours: 8
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-2787
Cost: FREE

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Trooper Amy Cobalt
amy.cobalt@dps.ok.gov
405-522-1880
 


Boating Safety For Public Safety Officers

Description: Basic boating terminology, boating laws, boating emergencies, first responder safety for floods, drowning and vessel collisions.

Date: August 10, 2016
Time: 0830 to 1630 hours
Location: Troop W Office
                  220 NE 38th Terrace
                  Oklahoma City, OK
CLEET Hours: 8
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-2787
Cost: FREE

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Trooper Amy Cobalt
amy.cobalt@dps.ok.gov
405-522-1880
 


He Never Gave Us a Clue: 
Psychological Autopsies As an Investigative Tool

Description: This 24-hour course is designed for law enforcement professionals, as well as clinicians, medical examiners and coroners, attorneys, grief/bereavement counselors, insurance investigators, et cetera.  This course focuses on methodology for establishing and utilizing a multi-disciplinary approach to psychological autopsies as an investigative tool, in both confirmed and undetermined-causation sudden death cases. Course content addresses victimology, suicidology, deductive criminal profiling, and also applicable aspects of grief and bereavement therapy.  Its content is also helpful in establishing multi-disciplinary psychological autopsy teams, as well as expansion of already-existing multi-disciplinary treatment and child abuse investigation teams which may be looking to extend their scope of practice and focus in to the realm of death investigation.  While not mandatory, it is highly recommended that attendees of this course also attend 14-0940 (Sexual Offender and Predator Psychology).

Early-registered participants will be receive a flash drive containing the course’s PowerPoint presentation on the first day of class. Late registrants will receive the flash drive as soon as it can be produced and distributed.

Date: August 10 - 12, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Mid-America Christian University,    
              3500 SW 119th Street
              OKC, OK 73170
CLEET Hours: 24
CLEET Accreditation Number: 14-0942
Cost:  $145 if early-registered by July 10, 2016.  $195 after July 10, 2016.

AGENCY INFORMATION

Chief Joe Koerner
jkoerner@macu.edu
405-692-3287
 


Crisis Negotiations for First Responders

Description: This course teaches first responding law enforcement officers, correctional officers and communications personnel how to proactively handle critical incidents such as criminal barricades, hostage situations and crisis barricades. Participants will learn de-escalation communication skills, threat assessment, and techniques to stabilize an incident. A well trained response can set the tone for a peaceful and safe resolution.

Date: August 11, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Northeast Technology Center
                6195 W. Hwy 20
                Pryor, Oklahoma
CLEET Hours: 8, with 2 Mental Health hours
CLEET Accreditation Number: 16-0932
Cost: $100.00 registrations prior to August 1, 2016
         $125.00 registrations after August 1, 2016
 

Course Info Flyer

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Paul M. Barbour, Jr
crisiscom@cox.net
405-517-2966
 


Essentials of Criminal Investigation

Description: A challenging 3-day accredited seminar designed to provide investigators “meat
and potatoes” techniques to expand their skill set. Course features an innovative learning approach requiring students to work “hands on” through a historically based complex investigation of fraud, deceit, embezzlement and homicide.

• Procedures for managing crime scenes and preparing search warrants.
• Techniques for complex case management including how to assess, plan, investigate, and delegate casework.
• Methods for organizing large volumes of evidence and information to be understandable, workable, retrievable and courtroom ready.
• Interview techniques to include preparation, deception detection and stratagem to increase subject cooperation.
• Application of scientific method and crime scene reconstruction mindset and principles to investigations.
• Methods of developing a human intelligence base.   
• Instruction for preparing accurate, factual reports that will survive courtroom scrutiny.  
• Managing court room testimony

Course is designed for officers currently working or moving into criminal investigations. Course materials are provided in electronic format. Attendees should bring an electronic device with USB connection, basic office suite software, and Wi-Fi download capability, preferably a laptop computer, to access/save handouts and casework materials.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS

Gary W. Graff retired from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) after 23 years of service.
Assignments included Ohio and Oklahoma. Mr. Graff’s criminal investigative experience included coordinating numerous multi-agency investigations from inception to prosecution. Cases included public corruption, financial crimes, violent crimes, Indian Country crime, narcotics, and fraud. He was a member of the FBI’s Evidence Response Team and was a Certified Police Instructor. He has a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Oklahoma and is a certified fraud examiner. He consults and teaches in a variety of disciplines including interviewing, case management, white-collar investigations, crime scene processing & reconstruction, shooting incident reconstruction, and tactical firearms. Graff is a retired USMC Major, Signals Intelligence field.

Iris Dalley served as a Special Agent for the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI), retiring in 2009. During her career, she worked with various police agencies in processing and investigating hundreds of homicide investigations. Dalley has B.S. in Biology and Masters in Secondary Sciences. She is currently a partner in the forensic education and consulting company Bevel, Gardner and Associates, providing case consultation, forensic analysis and instruction in bloodstain pattern analysis, crime scene reconstruction, and shooting incident reconstruction, in the United States and other countries. She is a Fellow and Distinguished Member of the Association for Crime Scene Reconstruction and former president of the International Association of Bloodstain Pattern Analysts.

Date: August 16 - 18, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Northeastern State University - Broken Arrow
                  Liberal Arts Building Room 126
                  3100 New Orleans St.
                  Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74014
CLEET Hours: 24
CLEET Accreditation Number: 16-1497
Cost: $150 per person

Course Info Flyer

AGENCY INFORMATION

Jackie Smithson
jsmithson@brokenarrowok.gov
918-451-8391
 


Crisis Negotiations for First Responders

Description: This course teaches first responding law enforcement officers, correctional officers and communications personnel how to proactively handle critical incidents such as criminal barricades, hostage situations and crisis barricades. Participants will learn de-escalation communication skills, threat assessment, and techniques to stabilize an incident. A well trained response can set the tone for a peaceful and safe resolution.

Date: August 18, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Muskogee County 911
                 520 Court Street
                 Muskogee, Oklahoma
CLEET Hours: 8, with 2 Mental Health hours
CLEET Accreditation Number: 16-0932
Cost: $100.00 registrations prior to August 5, 2016
          $125.00 registrations after August 5, 2016
 

Course Info Flyer

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Paul M. Barbour, Jr
crisiscom@cox.net
405-517-2966
 


Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement (A.R.I.D.E)

Description: ARIDE is intended to bridge the gap between the SFST and DEC/DRE programs by providing officers with general knowledge related to drug impairment and by promoting the use of DREs in states that have the DEC Program. One of the more significant aspects of ARIDE is the required student demonstration of the SFST proficiency requirement. The ARIDE program stresses the importance of the signs and symptoms of the seven drug categories. This course will train law enforcement officers to observe, identify and articulate the signs of impairment related to drugs, alcohol, or a combination of both, in order to reduce the number of impaired driving incidents as well as crashes which result in serious injuries and fatalities. This course will educate other criminal justice professionals (prosecutors, toxicologists, judges, etc.) to understand the signs of impairment related to drugs, alcohol, or a combination of both, to enable them to effectively work with law enforcement in order to reduce the number of impaired driving incidents as well as crashes with result in serious injuries and fatalities.

Date: August 18 - 19, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Vance AFB
                  Building 246
                  Enid, OK
CLEET Hours: 16 with 2 mental health
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-0043
Cost: FREE

Registration Website

AGENCY INFORMATION

AJ Hyatt
amanda@theoacp.net
405-672-1225 ext. 2


Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement (A.R.I.D.E)

Description: ARIDE is intended to bridge the gap between the SFST and DEC/DRE programs by providing officers with general knowledge related to drug impairment and by promoting the use of DREs in states that have the DEC Program. One of the more significant aspects of ARIDE is the required student demonstration of the SFST proficiency requirement. The ARIDE program stresses the importance of the signs and symptoms of the seven drug categories. This course will train law enforcement officers to observe, identify and articulate the signs of impairment related to drugs, alcohol, or a combination of both, in order to reduce the number of impaired driving incidents as well as crashes which result in serious injuries and fatalities. This course will educate other criminal justice professionals (prosecutors, toxicologists, judges, etc.) to understand the signs of impairment related to drugs, alcohol, or a combination of both, to enable them to effectively work with law enforcement in order to reduce the number of impaired driving incidents as well as crashes with result in serious injuries and fatalities.

Date: August 18 - 19, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Muskogee Civic Center
                  425 Boston St.
                  Muskogee, OK
CLEET Hours: 16 with 2 mental health
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-0043
Cost: FREE

Registration Website

AGENCY INFORMATION

AJ Hyatt
amanda@theoacp.net
405-672-1225 ext. 2


Taser X26/X26P/X2 Instructor

Description: Taser Instructor and Taser Instructor re-certification

Date: August 22 - 23, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Southern Oklahoma Technology Center – Seminar Room
              2610 Sam Noble Parkway
              Ardmore, Oklahoma 73401
CLEET Hours: 20
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-1070
Cost:  New Certification : $ 435.00, Recertification: $225.00

Registration Web Site

AGENCY INFORMATION

Sergeant Randy O’Hanlon
rohanlon@ardmorecity.org
580-221-2558
 


Without Mercy: Criminal Gypsies/Travelers
& the Elderly

Description: The 2 day course topics will include: In depth looks at: identification of the groups, ruse entry/impostor burglaries, fortune telling, sweetheart swindles, store diversion burglaries, paving/seal coating cons, lightning rod scams, till tapping, the grandchild in distress con, the groups as non-traditional organized crime, impediments to prosecution and more.

Date: September 7 - 8, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Southern Oklahoma Technology Center – Seminar Room
                2610 Sam Noble Parkway
                Ardmore, Oklahoma 73401
CLEET Hours: 16
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-2567
Cost: $150.00

Course Info Flyer

To Register Call The Gryphon Training Group at 623-518-3006
or by email to gryphontraining@aol.com

Sergeant Randy O’Hanlon
rohanlon@ardmorecity.org
580-221-2558
 


Sovereign Citizens/ISIS

Description: “Sovereign Citizens/ISIS” is a 4-hour seminar for Law Enforcement Personnel, Communication Supervisors and Prosecutors/Judges to educate them on the unique dangers posed by this movement of individuals who believe they are exempt from most state and federal laws etc. Some sovereign citizens have demonstrated a willingness to resist police and government authorities with violence.

Date: September 8, 2016
Time: 0830 to 1230 hours
Location: Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office
                303 West 1st Street
                Tulsa, OK 74103
CLEET Hours: 4
CLEET Accreditation Number: 16-1067
Cost: Free

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Bonnie Fidler
bfidler@tcso.org
918-596-4512
 


FBI-LEEDA Command Leadership Institute

Description: The FBI-LEEDA Command Leadership Institute is a dynamic, intensive and challenging 4 1/2-day program specifically and uniquely designed to prepare law enforcement leaders for command level positions.

The Command Leadership Institute's focus is to provide real life contemporary, best-practice strategies and techniques for those aspiring to command level assignments. Command Institute faculty members are passionate instructors who have executive level law enforcement and leadership experience.

Command Leadership Institute students will be engaged in such topics as credibility, command discipline and liability, dealing with problem employees, and leading change within an organization.. The Command Leadership Institute is student-centered with a high degree of student involvement.

Date: September 12 - 16, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Oklahoma City Police Department Training Center, Rm. 102
                800 N. Portland
                Oklahoma City, OK 73107
CLEET Hours: 36
CLEET Accreditation Number: 14-1824
Cost: $650.00

Class Flyer

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Cpt. John Wilson
john-wilson@ouhsc.edu
405-271-6410
 


Shooting Incident Reconstruction

Description: The documentation of a shooting incident may allow for additional investigative information to be identified, such as the parameter of where the shooter and/or victim were at the time of the shooting.  Students will use the techniques taught in the shooting incident documentation course to perform various exercises to collect the necessary documentation of the shooting incident, then will take this data and examine the data in an effort to reconstruct the incident.  This information, if properly documented may be used at a later date as part of a shooting incident documentation / reconstruction or complete crime scene reconstruction.  A shooter may indicate they were in a particular location when they fired a shot or shots.  Their information by initially indicate a self-defense or accidental situation.  Simple examination of the bullet defects may seem consistent with such information; however the shooting incident reconstruction may prove differently.  The students will learn the documentation required of each bullet defect within a shooting scene.  The students will also be provided the scientific and mathematical tools necessary provide an analysis of the shooting incident.

Date: September 12 - 16, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Tulsa Police Department
                6066 E. 66th St. N.
                Tulsa, OK 74117
CLEET Hours: 40
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-1172
Cost: $495

Course Info Flyer

AGENCY INFORMATION

Everett Baxter Jr
Everett.baxter@ebjrforensics.com
405-255-8211

 


Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement (A.R.I.D.E)

Description: ARIDE is intended to bridge the gap between the SFST and DEC/DRE programs by providing officers with general knowledge related to drug impairment and by promoting the use of DREs in states that have the DEC Program. One of the more significant aspects of ARIDE is the required student demonstration of the SFST proficiency requirement. The ARIDE program stresses the importance of the signs and symptoms of the seven drug categories. This course will train law enforcement officers to observe, identify and articulate the signs of impairment related to drugs, alcohol, or a combination of both, in order to reduce the number of impaired driving incidents as well as crashes which result in serious injuries and fatalities. This course will educate other criminal justice professionals (prosecutors, toxicologists, judges, etc.) to understand the signs of impairment related to drugs, alcohol, or a combination of both, to enable them to effectively work with law enforcement in order to reduce the number of impaired driving incidents as well as crashes with result in serious injuries and fatalities.

Date: September 19 - 20, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Pontotoc Technology Center
                  601 W. 33rd St.
                  Ada, OK
CLEET Hours: 16 with 2 mental health
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-0043
Cost: FREE

Registration Website

AGENCY INFORMATION

AJ Hyatt
amanda@theoacp.net
405-672-1225 ext. 2
 


Empathetic Interview and Interrogation of
Sexual Offenders and Predators

Description: This 40-hour training program consists of a 16-hour orientation to various general psychological, emotional, cognitive, behavioral disorders which are common co-morbidity contributors to sexual offenses (i.e. “Predator Psychology”), as well as multi-faceted descriptive models to aid in identification, classification, and field assessment of various types of sexual offenders, sexual predators, and serial killers.  24 hours of this training course cover issues related to the Empathetic Interrogation Method, with emphasis given to interview and interrogation of sexual offenders and predators.   The Empathetic Interrogation utilizes innovative techniques to conduct pre-interrogation profiling assessments of sexual offenders, to aid in selecting interrogatory themes which are most likely to be efficacious with a suspect’s particular psychological framework.  Various techniques, not commonly used in other interrogation methods, are used in all phases of this 16-step process.  The model covers pre-interrogation, peri-interrogation, and post-interrogation techniques and processes, as well as specialized techniques in debriefing witnesses, “persons of interest,” and suspects. Participation in Part One is mandatory for individuals taking the Part Two segment.

Early-registered participants will be receive a flash drive containing the course’s PowerPoint presentation on the first day of class. Late registrants will receive the flash drive as soon as it can be produced and distributed.

Date: September 19 - 23, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Mid-America Christian University,    
              3500 SW 119th Street
              OKC, OK 73170
CLEET Hours: Part One:  16    PART Two:  24    Parts One and Two:   40
CLEET Accreditation Number: 14-0940 (Part One) 14-0939 (Parts One and Two)  
Cost:  Part One ONLY (2-day):  
$125 if early-registered by August 19, 2016.
$145 after August 19, 2016.  

 Parts One and Two (5-Day):  
$225 if early-registered by August 19, 2016.  
$275 after August 19, 2016.          .

AGENCY INFORMATION

Chief Joe Koerner
jkoerner@macu.edu
405-692-3287
 


Sayoc Tactical Group Law Enforcement Instructor Course

Description: Sayoc Tactical Group ( STG ) has pioneered the way for Integrated Combatives programs for the Department of Defense, Naval Special Warfare and U.S. Army Special Forces for fifteen years.  Covering a wide array of topics such as empty hand, edged weapons, impact weapons, Logical Order of Thinking, vehicle Combatives and firearms.   With real world testing and a direct feedback loop from those in the field, STG has developed courses that are the most up to date and relevant Combatives courses of our time.  

Now Sayoc Tactical Group - Law Enforcement Division is teaching courses with the Oklahoma C.L.E.E.T. Academy in Ada, OK.  Seeing the need for various aspects of STG's expertise, a LE course was developed to help increase Officer safety and survivability when confronted with edged and impact weapons.  The Leadership of Oklahoma C.L.E.E.T. and the progressive minded Instructors lead the way in providing the best in training for Officers and continue to work with STG in those efforts.

STG - LE Division is now offering a five day Instructor Course in which Officers will be trained in the Sayoc Tactical Group methodologies and curriculum.  Those Officers who successfully complete the program will become licensed to teach the STG - LE curriculum in their departments.  This program will focus on Officer safety and survivability when confronted with armed assailants in a close quarter Combatives situation.  The Officer will be trained in the seamless integration of empty hand, edged and impact weapons and firearms and the application of those skill sets depending on demands of the confrontation.
During this five day course, Officers will learn and be expected to perform and teach:

History of Sayoc Kali and Sayoc Tactical Group
Vital Targets of the Body and why It's important to understand them
Timers and Switches
3 of 9 Edged weapon template
Carry systems of the blade
Boyd's OODA Loop
Weapons Deployment
Sayoc Readiness Formula
Team Tactics
Situational Training
Framing during the Interview
Tapping structure to control edged weapons
Striking and deployment of weapons during confrontations
Sayoc De-escalation mindset

LIMITED CLASS SIZE – ENROLL ASAP

Date: September 26 - 30, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: CLEET
                2401 Egypt Road
                Ada, OK 74820
CLEET Hours: 40
CLEET Accreditation Number: 16-1184
Cost: $600.00

AGENCY INFORMATION

Brian Gooch
asstpolicechief@cityofdrumright.com
918-352-2151


Shooting Incident Reconstruction 1 Course

Description: The documentation of a shooting incident may allow for additional investigative information to be identified, such as the parameter of where the shooter and/or victim were at the time of the shooting. Students will use the techniques taught in the shooting incident documentation course to perform various exercises to collect the necessary documentation of the shooting incident, then will take this data and examine the data in an effort to reconstruct the incident.

This information, if properly documented may be used at a later date as part of a shooting incident documentation / reconstruction or complete crime scene reconstruction. A shooter may indicate they were in a particular location when they fired a shot or shots. Their information by initially indicate a self-defense or accidental situation. Simple examination of the bullet defects may seem consistent with such information; however the shooting incident reconstruction may prove differently. The students will learn the documentation required of each bullet defect within a shooting scene. The students will also be provided the scientific and mathematical tools necessary provide an analysis of the shooting incident.


Date: September 26 - 30, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: OSBI HQ
                6600 N Harvey Pl.
                OKC, OK 73116
CLEET Hours: 40
CLEET Accreditation Number: 15-1172
Cost: $495.00

Course Info Flyer

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Everett Baxter Jr
Everett.baxter@ebjrforensics.com
405-255-8211
 


Crisis Negotiations for First Responders

Description: This course teaches first responding law enforcement officers, correctional officers and communications personnel how to proactively handle critical incidents such as criminal barricades, hostage situations and crisis barricades. Participants will learn de-escalation communication skills, threat assessment, and techniques to stabilize an incident. A well trained response can set the tone for a peaceful and safe resolution.

Date: September 27, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Guymon Police Department
                906 NW 5th
                Guymon, Oklahoma
CLEET Hours: 8, with 2 Mental Health hours
CLEET Accreditation Number: 16-0932
Cost: $100.00 registrations prior to September 5, 2016
         $125.00 registrations after September 5, 2016
 

Course Info Flyer

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Paul M. Barbour, Jr
crisiscom@cox.net
405-517-2966
 


TASER Instructor 

Description: TASER X26, X26P and X2 Instructor certification - This course will certify you to instruct others on the use of the X26, X26P AND X2 TASER Conducted Electrical Weapons and is a prerequisite for all TASER CEW certifications. Please be sure to follow the registration directions below. If enrollment is completed properly, an email confirmation will be sent to the student(s). If you are with a professional security or bail bonds company, you must first be approved to attend this course through the TASER Training department. Please view the waiver posted under the "Training" tab of www.TASER.com which outlines what documentation is required. Law Enforcement officers go to www.TASER.com to enroll.

Date: October 4 - 5, 2016
October 17 - 18, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Police Department
                934 NE 8th
                Oklahoma City, OK 73104
CLEET Hours: 16
CLEET Accreditation Number: 16-0829
Cost: New $435.00 / Recert $225.00

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Cpt. John Wilson
john-wilson@ouhsc.edu
405-271-6410
 


G.R.A.C.I.E. Instructor Course

Description: G.R.A.C.I.E. is the defensive tactics and weapons retention course created by the legendary Royce Gracie, 3-time Ultimate Fighting Champion. Royce earned his title by defeating his opponents using Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, proving the effectiveness of leverage and technique over strength and size. Royce has incorporated these defensive tactics into a comprehensive training course specifically designed for law enforcement. Like many skills, defensive tactics are perishable; therefore the G.R.A.C.I.E. program is the “only” defensive tactics programs that truly get officers to properly defend their weapons in any and all altercations.

The G.R.A.C.I.E. course is a week-long course designed for instructor or whole departments. The course is 6 hours per day for 5 consecutive days. At the end of the course, instructors must be able to demonstrate and teach the moves in order to receive certification. Certification is valid for one year; however re-certification can be obtained in a 2-day condensed course.

Date: October 17 - 21, 2016
Time: 0800 to TBD hours
Location: 11602 Jeffords
                Nicoma Park, OK
CLEET Hours: 30
CLEET Accreditation Number: 14-0159
Cost: $750.00 for new certifications, $300.00 for recertification

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Troy Fullbright
troyf@cityofmoore.com
405-698-6060
 


Such a Nice Guy:
Background Investigations to Prevent
Infiltration by Sexual Offenders and Predators

Description: This 24-hour course helps the student to identify various “red flag” indicators which may indicate that a volunteer applicant is undesirable, for a plethora of reasons. Sexual offenders and predators often seek out jobs, hobbies, and organizational affiliations which give them excellent access to children, and good cover. They also often enjoy exemplary public persona and pristine criminal, traffic, credit, and social records, while living secretive, double lives as sexual offenders and predators. For these reasons, standard “background investigation” queries often render negative results, resulting in a sexual predator being placed in a position of trust with a vulnerable child. This course provides identification and detection information and techniques, covers the gambit of standard background investigation techniques commonly used, and also trains the participant to administer and interpret an innovative tool, called the “Volunteer Applicant Screening Interview.” In addition, the legal aspects of what organizations should and should not do and ask during application processes for employees and certain protected populations of volunteers is covered in this training course.

Early-registered participants will be receive a flash drive containing PowerPoint presentation and various forms and evaluation instruments to be used in actual background investigation procedures on the first day of class. Late registrants will receive the flash drive as soon as it can be produced and distributed.

Date: October 19 - 21, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Mid-America Christian University
                3500 SW 119th Street
                OKC, OK 73170
CLEET Hours: 24, with 2 Mental Health
CLEET Accreditation Number: 14-0946
Cost: $145 if early-registered by September 19, 2016. $195 after September 19, 2016.

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Chief Joe Koerner
jkoerner@macu.edu
405-692-3287
 


ASP Baton, Flashlight, and Handcuff
Instructor’s Course

Description: Newly released three day integrated baton, handcuff and flashlight training designed to equip Instructors to teach practical field usages. This intense course includes multi-use drills, general tactics and expert support in case of litigation arising out of training. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO CARRY AN ASP BATON, HANDCUFFS or FLASHLIGHTS TO ATTEND. (If you have an ASP baton, please bring it). ASP products will be available for attendees to use during the course. You will receive approximately $350 worth of free ASP materials for attending this three day course. There will also be a distributor on site with heavily discounted products.

Date: October 19 - 21, 2016 (Must attend all three days)
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Mannford Middle School
                100 Green Valley Road
                Mannford, OK 74044
CLEET Hours: 24
CLEET Accreditation Number: 16-0780
Cost: Free
            $50 deposit must be sent to confirm registration. Upon completion of all three 
            days the deposit check will be voided. Deposit check will be processed if you do            not attend the class.
 

Course Info and Registration Form

 AGENCY INFORMATION

         Justin Porter / Michael Mashburn
mannford214@gmail.com / mdmashburn@yahoo.com
918-865-4141 / 918-865-4141
 


Desert Snow Drug Interdiction Workshop

Description: The Woodward County Sheriff’s Office and the Mooreland Police Department will be co-hosting this training. This is a hands-on Drug Interdiction training that will include both POV and CMV type vehicles.

Date: October 25 - 27, 2016
Time: 0800 to 1700 hours
Location: Woodward County Fair Building
                105 Temple Houston Drive
                Woodward, OK 73801
CLEET Hours: 24
CLEET Accreditation Number: 24OS2152
Cost: $590

 AGENCY INFORMATION

Chief Bobby Kehn / Sheriff Kevin Mitchell
bkehn@pldi.net / mitchell@woodwardcounty.org
580-994-5316 / 580-256-3264
 


Online-Assisted Suicide Investigation