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2011 Course Descriptions and Schedules

 

SAN FRANCISCO LAW ENFORCEMENT
REGIONAL TRAINING FACILITY

January - December 2011

Course Descriptions and Schedules

A B C D F I M O P R S T U


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Arrest & Control / Field Training Officer
P.O.S.T. Plan II / 16 Hours Officer Phillip Helmer

This course is designed for personnel who are certified Field Training Officers. The course reviews commonly instructed law enforcement arrest and control skills with an emphasis on recognizing errors and correcting psychomotor skills. Officer safety tactics for the uniform officer are reviewed and practiced with an emphasis on correcting errors by the new officer. Use of force issues commonly associated with arrest methods are reviewed and discussed. The training involves low to moderate levels of physical exertion. Written and performance testing for specified topics will be conducted.

This course provides specific job training skills for use by 830.2 P.C. certified peace officers. Participants should be capable of engaging in sustained physical activity.

Non-P.O.S.T. reimbursable fee for allied agencies: $65.00 per participant

Agencies offering a similar course : See P.O.S.T. website www.post.ca.gov

There are no classes scheduled at this time. Please contact the Office of Education & Training at (415) 401-4700 for further information

 

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Arrest & Control / Plainclothes Officer
P.O.S.T. Plan II / 24 Hours OfficerPhillip Helmer

This course is designed for personnel who work full or part time in a plain-clothes capacity. It provides training in impact weapons (Yawara Stick), including defensive flashlight use, as well as person searches, restraint devices and physical controls. Safety tactics specific to plain-clothes duties are reviewed and discussed. Use of force issues commonly associated with arrest methods are reviewed and discussed. The training involves moderate to high levels of physical exertion. Written and performance testing for specified topics will be conducted.

This course provides specific job training skills for use by 830.2 P.C. certified peace officers. Participants should be capable of engaging in sustained physical activity.

Non-P.O.S.T. reimbursable fee for allied agencies: $60.00 per participant.

Agencies offering a similar course : See P.O.S.T. website www.post.ca.gov

There are no classes scheduled at this time. Please contact the Office of Education & Training at (415) 401-4700 for further information

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Basic Police Academy - S.F.P.D.
P.O.S.T. Plan III / Approximately 1160 Hours Sgt. Laura Knight

The San Francisco Police Academy provides a Basic Police Academy for individuals wanting to be San Francisco Police Officers. The course teaches Criminal Law, Laws of Search and Seizure, Laws of Evidence, Traffic Laws, Investigative Techniques, Patrol Procedures, Firearms, Defensive Driver Training, Defensive Tactics, Police Report Writing, First Aid, CPR, and issues specific to San Francisco . Students completing the course will receive a Certificate of Completion for the Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Basic Course.

Applicants interested in the Basic Police Academy for the San Francisco Police Department should contact the San Francisco Police Department Examination Unit at (415) 553-1805.

Agencies offering a similar course : See P.O.S.T. website www.post.ca.gov

This course is scheduled according to agency need. For further information, please contact the San Francisco Police Exam Unit at (415) 553-1805.

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Bicycle Patrol
P.O.S.T. Plan IV / 24 Hours Sgt. Dermot Dorgan

Through this course, officers will acquire the bicycle patrol techniques and skills needed in an urban setting. The course includes selection and maintenance of equipment, riding and handling skills, use of the bicycle as a patrol vehicle, apprehension techniques and officer safety issues.

This course provides specific job training skills for use by 830.2 P.C. certified peace officers. Participants should be capable of engaging in sustained physical activity.

Non-P.O.S.T. reimbursable fee for allied agencies: $150.00 per participant

Agencies offering a similar course : See P.O.S.T. website www.post.ca.gov

There are no classes scheduled at this time. Please contact the Office of Education & Training at (415) 401-4700 for further information

 

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Booking and Detention
Skills & Knowledge Module #16 / 8 Hours Officer Lucy Clemons

Upon completion of this course, officers will be familiar with comprehensive guidelines for transporting, booking and detaining prisoners at district station temporary holding facilities. Course content conforms to the regulations established by the California Board of Corrections, Title XV of the California Code of Regulations.

Non-P.O.S.T. reimbursable fee for allied agencies: $25.00 per participant

Agencies offering a similar course : See P.O.S.T. website www.post.ca.gov


 

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Clets - Initial Class Officer David Garcia
P.O.S.T.

 

Discription to follow

Agencies offering a similar course : See P.O.S.T. website www.post.ca.gov


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Continuing Professional Training - Officer/Inspector/Sergeant
P.O.S.T. Plan IV / 40 Hours Lula Magallon

A perishable skills course which includes: CPR/First-Aid Update, Arrest Control Techniques, Force Options Simulator, Driver Training Simulator, and Department specific informational presentations. This course and the techniques offered are specifically developed for first line supervisors (sergeants) and criminal investigators (i.e. inspector or detective). The course is held Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Space is limited to 32 participants.

Non-P.O.S.T. reimbursable fee for allied agencies: $200.00 per participant

Agencies offering a similar course : See P.O.S.T. website www.post.ca.gov

 

 

Jan   24-27              Officers/Sgts/Insp                   0800-1830

Jan   31-Feb 3         Officers/Sgts/Insp                   1100-2130

Feb   7-10               Officers/Sgts/Insp                   0800-1830

Feb   14-17             Officers/Sgts/Insp                   0800-1830

      Feb   28-Mar 3        Officers/Sgts/Insp                   1100-2130      

Mar  7-10                Officers/Sgts/Insp                   0800-1830

Mar  14-17              Officers/Sgts/Insp                   0800-1830

        Mar  28-31              Officers/Sgts/Insp                   1100-2130

Apr   4-7                 Officers/Sgts/Insp                   0800-1830

Apr   11-14              Officers/Sgts/Insp                   0800-1830

Apr   18-21              Officers/Sgts/Insp                   1100-2130

May  2-5                 Officers/Sgts/Insp                   0800-1830

May  9-12               Officers/Sgts/Insp                   0800-1830

May  16-19             Officers/Sgts/Insp                   1100-2130

May  23-26             Officers/Sgts/Insp                   0800-1830

Jun   6-9                 Officers/Sgts/Insp                   0800-1830

Jun   13-16             Officers/Sgts/Insp                   1100-2130

 

 

 

 

 

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Driver Training - Executive Protection
P.O.S.T. Plan IV / 32 Hours Brian Canedo

This course provides specialized vehicle training to law enforcement personnel whose position and/or duties require personal and physical security of public officials. Participation in practical exercises gives participants the opportunity to utilize their newly acquired knowledge and driving skills.

This course provides specific job training skills for use by 830.2 P.C. certified peace officers. Participants must have a valid driver's license for vehicle operation in the state of California .

Non-P.O.S.T. reimbursable fee for allied agencies: $600.00 per participant

Agencies offering a similar course : See P.O.S.T. website www.post.ca.gov

Related courses :

Driver Training [EVOC] Update
Driver Training [EVOC] Refresher [18 Hrs.]
Driver Training [EVOC] Refresher [9 Hrs.]
Driver Training Vehicle Special Ops

There are no classes scheduled at this time. Please contact the Office of Education & Training at (415) 401-4700 for further information

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Driver Training [EVOC] Refresher 18 Hrs.
P.O.S.T. Plan II / 18 Hours Brian Canedo

Upon completion of this course, officers will know the latest pursuit driving policies as well as acquire emergency driving skills. Instruction will include some classroom discussion but emphasis will be on behind the wheel practice. The training covers slow speed vehicle maneuvering, braking concepts and weight transfer, cornering concepts, oversteer and weight transfer, emergency lights and siren, skid control, accident avoidance, intersection clearance, emergency driving and pursuits, deployment of spike strip and expanded officer safety issues. Participants will experience a pursuit driving scenario, a P.O.S.T. pursuit discipline exercise, and a reverse driving exercise. This training meets the requirements of Senate Bill 610 and Penal Code Section 13519.8.

This course provides specific job training skills for use by 830.2 P.C. certified peace officers. Participants must have a valid driver's license for vehicle operation in the state of California .

Non-P.O.S.T. reimbursable fee for allied agencies: $350.00 per participant

Agencies offering a similar course : See P.O.S.T. website www.post.ca.gov

Related courses :

Driver Training [EVOC] Update
Driver Training [EVOC] - Executive Protection
Driver Training [EVOC] Refresher [9 Hrs.]
Driver Training Vehicle Special Ops

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Driver Training Vehicle Special Ops 4-Wheel Drive
P.O.S.T. Plan III / 10 Hours Brian Canedo

This training is specifically designed to provide law enforcement personnel, whose position and/or duties require skill and knowledge in the use of the 4x4 vehicle, with instruction in specialized vehicle training. Topics include vehicle dynamics, defensive driving, as well as operational guidelines and policies. Driving techniques learned in the classroom are practiced under conditions consistent with off-road vehicle operation (mountainous terrain, loose gravel, sand, etc.).

This course provides specific job training skills for use by 830.2 P.C. certified peace officers. Participants must have a valid driver's license for vehicle operation in the state of California .

P.O.S.T. reimbursable tuition for allied agencies: $250.00 per participant

Agencies offering a similar course : See P.O.S.T. website www.post.ca.gov

Related courses :

Driver Training [EVOC] Update
Driver Training [EVOC] Executive Protection
Driver Training [EVOC] Refresher [18 Hrs.]
Driver Training [EVOC] Refresher [9 Hrs.]

There are no classes scheduled at this time. Please contact the Office of Education & Training at (415) 401-4700 for further information

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Driving Under the Influence, Update
P.O.S.T. Plan II / 16 Hours Matthew Krimsky

Driving Under the Influence, Update (P.O.S.T. title: Drug Alcohol Recognition, Update ) is designed to provide participants with the most current information on legal aspects of DUI, pre-arrest screening (FST's), blood alcohol testing, administrative per se, and preparing police reports. Emphasis is placed on the experiential aspects of an investigation of a DUI offense, from initial detection through courtroom testimony.

This course provides specific job training skills for use by 830.2 P.C. certified peace officers.

Non-P.O.S.T. reimbursable fee for allied agencies: $150.00 per participant

Agencies offering a similar course : See P.O.S.T. website www.post.ca.gov

There are no classes scheduled at this time. Please contact the Office of Education & Training at (415) 401-4700 for further information

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Drug Influence 11550 H&S
P.O.S.T. Plan IV / 27 or 36 Hours Gavin McEachern

Participants will acquire the skills, as well as the practical knowledge needed to recognize drug and narcotic influence. Hands-on segments of instruction in the preparation and identification of today's street narcotics is provided. Participants will have the opportunity to conduct influence examinations in the field. Instruction covers 11550 H&S laws, arrest procedures, and report preparation with emphasis on the seven-step DAR examination process.

This is also an elective class relating to the Robert Presley Institute of Criminal Investigation and qualifies as a foundation specialty course

This course includes real life application of knowledge. Participants must be 830.2 P.C. certified peace officers.

Non-P.O.S.T. reimbursable fee for allied agencies: $250.00 per participant

Agencies offering a similar course : See P.O.S. T. website www.post.ca.gov

Related courses :

Driving Under Influence
Driving Under Influence, Update
Drug Abuse Recognition
Drug Abuse Resistance Education
Drug Abuse Resistance Education, Update
Drug Alcohol Recognition, Update
Drug Alcohol Recognition, Instructor
Drug Examination, Update
Drug ID & Influence, Trainers
Drug Prevention/Reduction

There are no classes scheduled at this time. Please contact the Office of Education & Training at (415) 401-4700 for further information

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Drug Influence 11550 H&S Update
P.O.S.T. certification pending / 9 Hours Gavin McEachern

This course was designed for the experienced narcotics officer or an officer who has previously completed a Drug Abuse Recognition or similar type course.

This course will reintroduce the student to the law of 11550 H&S and discuss legal issues related to contacts, detentions, reasonable suspicion, probable cause and arrest procedures. The student will be instructed in the seven steps of the Drug Abuse Recognition program. The student will receive instruction in the types, symptoms and laws related to the SHOMADIP categories of drugs. Report writing preparation procedures, evidence collection and rebooking package preparation will also be covered. Students will receive penlights, pupilometers and instructional materials.

This course includes real life application of knowledge . Participants must be 830.2 P.C. certified peace officers and an experienced narcotics officer or previously completed a Drug Abuse Recognition or similar type course.

Non-P.O.S.T. reimbursable fee for allied agencies: $50.00 per participant

Agencies offering a similar course : See P.O.S.T. website www.post.ca.gov

There are no classes scheduled at this time. Please contact the Office of Education & Training at (415) 401-4700 for further information

 

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Field Training Officer
P.O.S.T. Plan ii / 40 Hours Lt. Renota Martinez

Experienced officers will learn remedial and advanced teaching strategies, performance observation skills and evaluation guidelines that they will utilize as a Field Training Officer. Teaching methodology includes extensive practical application and exercises. This course follows the San Jose model. This course is limited to 20 participants

This course provides specific job training skills for use by 830.2 P.C. certified peace officers.

Non-P.O.S.T. reimbursable fee for allied agencies: $50.00 per participant

Agencies offering a similar course : See P.O.S.T. website www.post.ca.gov

Related Courses

There are no classes scheduled at this time. Please contact the Office of Education & Training at (415) 401-4700 for further information

 

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Firearms Instructor, Update
P.O.S.T. Plan IV / 24 Hours Sgt. David Politt

This course provides updated training to officers currently instructing firearms for their agency or training center. The course reviews current and relevant skills necessary to conduct departmental firearms training programs both on the range and in the classroom. Both handgun and shotgun training are covered.

Attendees must have completed a P.O.S.T. recognized Firearms Instructor Course prior to attending.

This course provides specific job training skills for use by 830.2 P.C. certified peace officers. Participant must be a full-time, follow-up investigator.

Non-P.O.S.T. reimburseable fee for allied agencies: $180.00 per participant

Agencies offering a similar course : See P.O.S.T. website www.post.ca.gov

 

 

There are no classes scheduled at this time. Please contact the Office of Education & Training at (415) 401-4700 for further information

 

 

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Firearms / Tactical Rifle
P.O.S.T.

This course information will be updated soon.

Agencies offering a similar course : See P.O.S.T. website www.post.ca.gov

 

 

Classes will be held on a monthly basis. Dates will be announced by the Range Staff

 

 

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Institute Of Criminal Investigation Core Course
P.O.S.T. Plan IV / 76 Hours Sgt. Matthew Krimsky

The San Francisco Police Department, under the auspices of the P.O.S.T. Robert Presley Institute of Criminal Investigation (ICI), presents this core course. It is designed to improve the effectiveness of full-time, follow-up investigators through the use of adult experience-based learning techniques. This course is required for any investigator who wishes to complete the remainder of the curriculum in any of the eleven investigative fields of study. For P.O.S.T. affiliated agencies, there is no fee for this contract course.

This course provides specific job training skills for use by 830.2 P.C. certified peace officers. Participant must be a full-time, follow-up investigator.

Agencies offering a similar course : See P.O.S.T. website www.post.ca.gov

Related courses :

 

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Instructor Development
P.O.S.T. Plan IV / 40 Hours Lucy Clemons

This course focuses on constructing and delivering both classroom education and physical skills training through lecture, discussion and performance activities. The areas of instruction that are covered include: effective communication techniques, mechanics of delivery, concepts of adult education and evaluation, use of presentational aids, and lesson plan preparation. After hours work is required.

Successful completion qualifies the participant for the P.O.S.T. Basic Course Instructor certification.

Non-P.O.S.T. reimbursable fee for allied agencies: $250.00 per participant

Agencies offering a similar course : See P.O.S.T. website www.post.ca.gov

Related courses :

Instructor Development, Update

 

 

There are no classes scheduled at this time. Please contact the Office of Education & Training at (415) 401-4700 for further information

 

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Media Relations
P.O.S.T. Plan IV / 16 Hours Lt. Troy Dangerfield
Carol Ivy

Through this course, participants acquire the skills needed to improve their interaction with the media. Emphasis is placed on experiential learning in practical situations that participants may encounter during their tour of duty. The course will assist participants with building the skills and strategies needed to successfully work with the media.

Course features:

  • Learning how the media works.
  • On-camera interviews with Carol Ivy, Media Consultant and former ABC TV correspondent.
  • How to conduct a press conference.
  • How to prepare press releases and how they can help you disseminate information and generate media interest.
  • Learning about the importance of a Public Affairs Web site and what can be featured on the Web site to inform the public and the media.

The course will also feature a special media panel, including working local reporters from television, print, and radio media, to talk about their jobs in discussion with the participants.

This is also an elective class relating to the Robert Presley Institute of Criminal Investigation.

Non-P.O.S.T. reimbursable fee for allied agencies: $100.00 per participant

Agencies offering a similar course : See P.O.S.T. website www.post.ca.gov

Related courses :

Media Relations,


Note: A limited block of rooms are reserved at Embassy Suites near S.F. Airport with a special rate
Contact: Tarah Ravelo-Sales Manager 650-246-3195 and mention this class

 

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Motorcycle Training 80 Hour Basic Course
P.O.S.T. Plan III / 80 Hours Allyn Luenow

This course provides specialized motorcycle training to law enforcement personnel whose position and/or duties require operation of a motorcycle. Students will be introduced to the basic dynamics involved in the operation of a motorcycle and to all of the patterns required by POST for certification. Students will be introduced to a variety of riding conditions including stopping and starting on hills, parking on hills, high density traffic, dignitary escort training, dirt riding and wet surfaces, plus many other aspects of motorcycle riding.

This course provides specific job training skills for use by 830.2 P.C. certified peace officers. Participants should be capable of engaging in sustained physical activity.

P.O.S.T. reimbursable tuition: $1,448.00.
Agencies offering a similar course : see P.O.S.T. website
www.post.ca.gov

There are no classes scheduled at this time. Please contact the Office of Education & Training at (415) 401-4700 for further information

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Officer Safety / Field Tactics
P.O.S.T. Plan II / 40 Hours

The focus of this course is to enhance participants' shooting skills in life-threatening situations as well as their skills in handgun manipulation. The course consists of handgun training, scenarios, searching techniques and participation in two field training exercises involving critical incidents. Live fire at the range and simunitions during scenarios are employed to duplicate real life situations as closely as possible.

This course is also an elective relating to the Robert Presley Institute of Criminal Investigations.

This course provides specific job training skills for use by 830.2 P.C. certified peace officers. Participants must have a current minimum of three years as an 830.2 PC Peace Officer should be capable of engaging in sustained physical activity

Non-P.O.S.T. reimbursable fee for allied agencies: $250.00 per participant.

Agencies offering a similar course : See P.O.S.T. website www.post.ca.gov

Related courses :

Officer Safety/Field Tactics, Plainclothes
Officer Safety/Field Tactics, Update
Officer Safety, Single Officer
Officer Update

There are no classes scheduled at this time. Please contact the Office of Education & Training at (415) 401-4700 for further information

 

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Patrol Strategies, Advanced
Plainclothes & Undercover Operations
P.O.S.T. Title: Detective School
P.O.S.T. Plan IV / 16 Hours James Miller

T his course introduces basic plainclothes operations including gang validation, informant management, search warrants and prostitution enforcement. It will also cover decoy operations, narcotics enforcement, stake-outs, out of jurisdiction investigations and arrests, stationary felony car stops and search and seizure updates.

This course provides specific job training skills for use by 830.2 PC certified peace officers.

Non P.O.S.T. reimbursable fee for allied agencies is $100.00 per participant.

Agencies offering a similar course : See P.O.S.T. website www.post.ca.gov

09/08/08 – 09/05/08 Monday – Wednesday 0800 – 1700
10/06/08 – 10/08/08 Monday – Wednesday 0800 – 1700

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Police Crisis Intervention Training
P.O.S.T. Plan IV / 40 Hours Michael Sullivan /Kelly Dunn

The Police Crisis Intervention Training was created by a joint committee of mental health staff, consumers, advocates and police officers all working together to develop appropriate training for officers to improve the safety and outcomes of their encounters with mentally ill people.

Nearly 25% of the calls received by the police department involve emotionally disturbed persons. Specific methods will be taught to officers to decrease the potential for the need for escalation of force when encountering an emotionally disturbed person. We will be providing substantial information and strategies in major mental disorders, personality disorders cognitive disorders, dual diagnosis, post traumatic stress disorder and developmental disabilities.

Legal issues, cultural awareness, children and adolescents, communication techniques and other non-violent interventions, suicide prevention and suicide by cop will also be covered during this training. Community mental health programs will be visited as well as meeting with consumers and family members.

This course provides specific job training skills for use by 830.2 PC certified peace officers.

Non P.O.S.T. reimbursable fee for allied agencies is $200.00 per participant.

Agencies offering a similar course : See P.O.S.T. website www.post.ca.gov

01/26/09 – 01/29/09 Monday – Thursday 0800 - 1800

04/20/09 – 04/23/09 Monday – Thursday 0800 - 1800

06/22/09 – 06/25/09 Monday – Thursday 0800 - 1800

 

 

 

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Retirement Seminar
Non-P.O.S.T. Certified / 24 Hours Michael Hebel

This pre-retirement seminar is designed for senior members of the San Francisco Police Department who are nearing or considering retirement. Topics of discussion will include retirement and health care benefits, social security, applicable federal and state taxes, wills and living trusts, deferred compensation and retirement problems and solutions. The physiological and emotional impact of retirement will also be addressed. Participants will be selected from the seniority list and notified of their eligibility. The partner of each participant is also invited to attend the seminar.

Please contact the P.O.A. office (415-861-5060) for registration and further information.

(Stern Grove Clubhouse - POA to regiser - 415- 861 -5060)

Not open to allied agencies.

02/24/09 – 02/26/09 Tuesday – Thursday 0900 - 1700

 

 

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Robbery Apprehension Team (R.A.T.) - Basic
Non-P.O.S.T. Certified / 10 Hours Michael Robison

This course provides classroom training and field exercises on the use of ProNet, an electronic tracking device. Participants are instructed in techniques of vehicle tracking, and the use of hand-held units and pocket detectors. Course work culminates with actual tracking exercises throughout San Francisco (one 10-hour day).

This course includes real life application of knowledge. Participants must be 830.2 certified peace officers.

Non-P.O.S.T. reimbursable fee for allied agencies is $50.00 per participant

Agencies offering a similar course : See P.O.S.T. website www.post.ca.gov

Related courses :

R.A.T. - Advanced
Robbery Investigation
Investigative Tracking, Basic

03/25/09 Wednesday 0800 – 1800

04/29/09 Wednesday 0800 – 1800

05/13/09 Wednesday 0800 – 1800

06/10/09 Wednesday 0800 - 1800

 

 

 

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Robbery Apprehension Team (R.A.T.) - Advanced
Non-P.O.S.T. Certified / 10 Hours Michael Robinson

This advanced course covers the advanced tracking techniques used by R.A.T. teams.

This course includes real life application of knowledge. Participants must be 830.2 certified peace officers and have attended R.A.T.-Basic (One 10-hour day).

Non-P.O.S.T. reimbursable fee for allied agencies: $50.00 per participant

Agencies offering a similar course : See P.O.S.T. website www.post.ca.gov

Related courses :

R.A.T. - Basic

Robbery Investigation

Investigative Tracking, Basic


 

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School Resource Officer
P.O.S.T. Plan IV / 40 Hours Colleen Fatooh

Participants acquire communication techniques that may be used to improve relationships with young people. Instruction is presented in a stimulating environment that uses scenarios, role-play and video segments to enhance the learning process. A history and overview of the Juvenile Justice System is provided as well as information on gangs, gang activity and gang member profiles. The course also covers counseling techniques and school crisis intervention procedures. Participants prepare and develop lesson plans for school presentations.

Non-P.O.S.T. reimbursable fee for allied agencies: $135.00 per participant

Agencies offering a similar course : See P.O.S.T. website www.post.ca.gov

Related courses :

School Peace Officer - PC 832.2
School Resource Officer, Advanced
Gang Awareness, Update
Gang Awareness, Advanced
Gang Interdiction Network, Gains
Gang Investigation, Update
Gangs, G.R.E.A.T.
Gangs and Subcultures, Update

There are no classes scheduled at this time. Please contact the Office of Education & Training at (415) 401-4700 for further information

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Search Warrant and Arrest
P.O.S.T. Plan IV / 16 Hours John Murphy

This course is designed to familiarize law enforcement officers with the obtaining and service of search warrants. Course instruction includes written, oral, telephonic and facsimile search warrants.

This course is also an elective class relating to the Robert Presley Institute of Criminal Investigation.

This course provides specific job training skills for use by 830.2 P.C. certified peace officers.

Non-P.O.S.T. reimbursable fee for allied agencies: $100.00 per participant

Agencies offering a similar course : See P.O.S.T. website www.post.ca.gov

Related courses :

Search Warrants, Investigators

There are no classes scheduled at this time. Please contact the Office of Education & Training at (415) 401-4700 for further information

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Search Warrant and Arrest - High Risk
P.O.S.T. Plan IV / 40 Hours Victor Tsang

In this course, participants will acquire the practical knowledge and skill needed to obtain arrest/search warrants. Instruction includes intelligence gathering methods for planning the warrant service and weapon manipulation, which includes a live fire room entry. A field training exercise that encompasses all aspects of instruction is included. Instruction focuses on practical situations that participants may encounter when dealing with the serving of search warrants and strategies necessary to successfully interact with warrant service team members. The course will review the policies, procedures and laws relative to the obtaining and service of arrest/search warrants.

This course is also an elective class relating to the Robert Presley Institute of Criminal Investigation.

This course provides specific job training skills for use by 830.2 P.C. certified peace officers. Participants should have a minimum of three years in 830.2PC certified Peace Officer position and be capable of engaging in sustained physical activity.

Non-P.O.S.T. reimbursable fee for allied agencies: $250.00 per participant

Agencies offering a similar course : See P.O.S.T. website www.post.ca.gov

Related courses :

Search Warrants and Arrest
Search Warrants, Investigators

There are no classes scheduled at this time. Please contact the Office of Education & Training at (415) 401-4700 for further information

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Traffic Collision Investigation
P.O.S.T. Plan IV / 40 Hours Matthew Krimsky

This course provides the basic knowledge necessary to conduct enforcement action following an on-scene collision investigation. Emphasis is placed on traffic law, evidence collection and documentation, collision analysis and diagramming. Students passing this course will be certified under the authority of 40600(a) CVC.

This course provides specific job training skills for use by 830.2 P.C. certified peace officers. Participants must possess a valid California Driver's License for vehicle operation on highways and must be full duty personnel.

Non-P.O.S.T. reimbursable fee for allied agencies: $250.00 per participant.

Agencies offering a similar course : See P.O.S.T. website www.post.ca.gov

Related courses :

Traffic Collision Investigation, Staged Accidents
Traffic Collision, Skidmark Analysis
Traffic Collision Reconstruction
Traffic Collision Vehicle Dynamics
Traffic Collision Investigation, Extended
Traffic Collision Investigation, Intermediate
Traffic Collision Investigation, Advanced
Traffic Collision, R/R Crossing

There are no classes scheduled at this time. Please contact the Office of Education & Training at (415) 401-4700 for further information

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Last updated: 8/25/2011 2:53:07 PM