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  • 23
    23.January.Monday

    School Resource Officer, CIPTC, Peoria, IL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    01-23-2023-01-27-2023
    Central Illinois Police Training Center Poplar Hall P101
    5407 N University St, Peoria, IL 61614, USA

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Brian Fengel, Director

    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu

    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    School Resource Officer

     Instructor: Gail Sullivan, Patricia Binfa, & Threat Assessment Instructor

    January 23-27, 2023

     8am – 4pm

    Class will meet at CIPTC, ICC Peoria Campus, 5407 N. University, Poplar P101, Peoria, IL

    Enrollment Deadline: January 16, 2023

    Course Size: Maximum – 20

    Couse Objectives

    This 40-hour course is designed for any law enforcement officer or school administrator working in an educational environment Attendees will gain a solid working knowledge of the School Resource Officer concept and how to establish a lasting partnership with their schools. 8 hours of this course is designed to train officers to perform solo officer response rapid deployment/immediate action tactics.

     Course Content

    Three main areas will be addressed: The protections of the Illinois Juvenile Court Act, Serving within a school environment and Threat response.

    Juvenile Law – To provide officers with an overview of the Juvenile Court Act and other legal protections enacted to prevent harm to minors within the criminal justice system.

    Officer and Youth Interactions – To provide officers with an overview of their role within a school setting, the types of behaviors they will likely encounter, and tactics for identifying and responding to criminal activity, emergencies and threats.

    School Threat Response – The focus of this program will be to provide officers with the knowledge and specialized tactical skills to perform solo officer rapid deployment/immediate action.

    Written exam, and/or Role play exercises, and Active Threat Response Exercise

    Who Should Attend: See the link below:

     https://www.ptb.illinois.gov/training/school-resource-officer/

    Mobile In-Service Training Team # 7 Illinois Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    MTU #7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Meets the following mandatory training criteria: Civil Rights 1.5 hours, Const. Use of LE Authority 1 hour, Crisis Intervention 4 hours, Cultural Competency 2.5 hours, Human Rights .50 hours, Legal Updates 3 hours, Officer wellness/mental health 1 hour, Procedural Justice 7.5 hours, Psychology of Domestic Violence .50 hours, Reporting of Child Abuse and Neglect .50 hours, De-Escalation Techniques 3 hours including 2.5 hours of Scenario Based Laws concerning stops, searches and use of force 1 hour, Officer Safety Techniques including cover, concealment and time 3 hours including 2.5 hour of Scenario based, Active Threat Response 7 hours including 6 hours of Scenario Based, Juvenile Law 6 hours, and Officer and Youth Interaction 8 hours.

  • 24
    24.January.Tuesday

    School Resource Officer, CIPTC, Peoria, IL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    01-24-2023-01-27-2023
    Central Illinois Police Training Center Poplar Hall P101
    5407 N University St, Peoria, IL 61614, USA

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Brian Fengel, Director

    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu

    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    School Resource Officer

     Instructor: Gail Sullivan, Patricia Binfa, & Threat Assessment Instructor

    January 23-27, 2023

     8am – 4pm

    Class will meet at CIPTC, ICC Peoria Campus, 5407 N. University, Poplar P101, Peoria, IL

    Enrollment Deadline: January 16, 2023

    Course Size: Maximum – 20

    Couse Objectives

    This 40-hour course is designed for any law enforcement officer or school administrator working in an educational environment Attendees will gain a solid working knowledge of the School Resource Officer concept and how to establish a lasting partnership with their schools. 8 hours of this course is designed to train officers to perform solo officer response rapid deployment/immediate action tactics.

     Course Content

    Three main areas will be addressed: The protections of the Illinois Juvenile Court Act, Serving within a school environment and Threat response.

    Juvenile Law – To provide officers with an overview of the Juvenile Court Act and other legal protections enacted to prevent harm to minors within the criminal justice system.

    Officer and Youth Interactions – To provide officers with an overview of their role within a school setting, the types of behaviors they will likely encounter, and tactics for identifying and responding to criminal activity, emergencies and threats.

    School Threat Response – The focus of this program will be to provide officers with the knowledge and specialized tactical skills to perform solo officer rapid deployment/immediate action.

    Written exam, and/or Role play exercises, and Active Threat Response Exercise

    Who Should Attend: See the link below:

     https://www.ptb.illinois.gov/training/school-resource-officer/

    Mobile In-Service Training Team # 7 Illinois Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    MTU #7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Meets the following mandatory training criteria: Civil Rights 1.5 hours, Const. Use of LE Authority 1 hour, Crisis Intervention 4 hours, Cultural Competency 2.5 hours, Human Rights .50 hours, Legal Updates 3 hours, Officer wellness/mental health 1 hour, Procedural Justice 7.5 hours, Psychology of Domestic Violence .50 hours, Reporting of Child Abuse and Neglect .50 hours, De-Escalation Techniques 3 hours including 2.5 hours of Scenario Based Laws concerning stops, searches and use of force 1 hour, Officer Safety Techniques including cover, concealment and time 3 hours including 2.5 hour of Scenario based, Active Threat Response 7 hours including 6 hours of Scenario Based, Juvenile Law 6 hours, and Officer and Youth Interaction 8 hours.

  • 25
    25.January.Wednesday

    School Resource Officer, CIPTC, Peoria, IL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    01-25-2023-01-27-2023
    Central Illinois Police Training Center Poplar Hall P101
    5407 N University St, Peoria, IL 61614, USA

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Brian Fengel, Director

    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu

    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    School Resource Officer

     Instructor: Gail Sullivan, Patricia Binfa, & Threat Assessment Instructor

    January 23-27, 2023

     8am – 4pm

    Class will meet at CIPTC, ICC Peoria Campus, 5407 N. University, Poplar P101, Peoria, IL

    Enrollment Deadline: January 16, 2023

    Course Size: Maximum – 20

    Couse Objectives

    This 40-hour course is designed for any law enforcement officer or school administrator working in an educational environment Attendees will gain a solid working knowledge of the School Resource Officer concept and how to establish a lasting partnership with their schools. 8 hours of this course is designed to train officers to perform solo officer response rapid deployment/immediate action tactics.

     Course Content

    Three main areas will be addressed: The protections of the Illinois Juvenile Court Act, Serving within a school environment and Threat response.

    Juvenile Law – To provide officers with an overview of the Juvenile Court Act and other legal protections enacted to prevent harm to minors within the criminal justice system.

    Officer and Youth Interactions – To provide officers with an overview of their role within a school setting, the types of behaviors they will likely encounter, and tactics for identifying and responding to criminal activity, emergencies and threats.

    School Threat Response – The focus of this program will be to provide officers with the knowledge and specialized tactical skills to perform solo officer rapid deployment/immediate action.

    Written exam, and/or Role play exercises, and Active Threat Response Exercise

    Who Should Attend: See the link below:

     https://www.ptb.illinois.gov/training/school-resource-officer/

    Mobile In-Service Training Team # 7 Illinois Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    MTU #7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Meets the following mandatory training criteria: Civil Rights 1.5 hours, Const. Use of LE Authority 1 hour, Crisis Intervention 4 hours, Cultural Competency 2.5 hours, Human Rights .50 hours, Legal Updates 3 hours, Officer wellness/mental health 1 hour, Procedural Justice 7.5 hours, Psychology of Domestic Violence .50 hours, Reporting of Child Abuse and Neglect .50 hours, De-Escalation Techniques 3 hours including 2.5 hours of Scenario Based Laws concerning stops, searches and use of force 1 hour, Officer Safety Techniques including cover, concealment and time 3 hours including 2.5 hour of Scenario based, Active Threat Response 7 hours including 6 hours of Scenario Based, Juvenile Law 6 hours, and Officer and Youth Interaction 8 hours.

  • 26
    26.January.Thursday

    School Resource Officer, CIPTC, Peoria, IL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    01-26-2023-01-27-2023
    Central Illinois Police Training Center Poplar Hall P101
    5407 N University St, Peoria, IL 61614, USA

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Brian Fengel, Director

    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu

    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    School Resource Officer

     Instructor: Gail Sullivan, Patricia Binfa, & Threat Assessment Instructor

    January 23-27, 2023

     8am – 4pm

    Class will meet at CIPTC, ICC Peoria Campus, 5407 N. University, Poplar P101, Peoria, IL

    Enrollment Deadline: January 16, 2023

    Course Size: Maximum – 20

    Couse Objectives

    This 40-hour course is designed for any law enforcement officer or school administrator working in an educational environment Attendees will gain a solid working knowledge of the School Resource Officer concept and how to establish a lasting partnership with their schools. 8 hours of this course is designed to train officers to perform solo officer response rapid deployment/immediate action tactics.

     Course Content

    Three main areas will be addressed: The protections of the Illinois Juvenile Court Act, Serving within a school environment and Threat response.

    Juvenile Law – To provide officers with an overview of the Juvenile Court Act and other legal protections enacted to prevent harm to minors within the criminal justice system.

    Officer and Youth Interactions – To provide officers with an overview of their role within a school setting, the types of behaviors they will likely encounter, and tactics for identifying and responding to criminal activity, emergencies and threats.

    School Threat Response – The focus of this program will be to provide officers with the knowledge and specialized tactical skills to perform solo officer rapid deployment/immediate action.

    Written exam, and/or Role play exercises, and Active Threat Response Exercise

    Who Should Attend: See the link below:

     https://www.ptb.illinois.gov/training/school-resource-officer/

    Mobile In-Service Training Team # 7 Illinois Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    MTU #7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Meets the following mandatory training criteria: Civil Rights 1.5 hours, Const. Use of LE Authority 1 hour, Crisis Intervention 4 hours, Cultural Competency 2.5 hours, Human Rights .50 hours, Legal Updates 3 hours, Officer wellness/mental health 1 hour, Procedural Justice 7.5 hours, Psychology of Domestic Violence .50 hours, Reporting of Child Abuse and Neglect .50 hours, De-Escalation Techniques 3 hours including 2.5 hours of Scenario Based Laws concerning stops, searches and use of force 1 hour, Officer Safety Techniques including cover, concealment and time 3 hours including 2.5 hour of Scenario based, Active Threat Response 7 hours including 6 hours of Scenario Based, Juvenile Law 6 hours, and Officer and Youth Interaction 8 hours.

  • 27
    27.January.Friday

    School Resource Officer, CIPTC, Peoria, IL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    01-27-2023-01-27-2023
    Central Illinois Police Training Center Poplar Hall P101
    5407 N University St, Peoria, IL 61614, USA

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Brian Fengel, Director

    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu

    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    School Resource Officer

     Instructor: Gail Sullivan, Patricia Binfa, & Threat Assessment Instructor

    January 23-27, 2023

     8am – 4pm

    Class will meet at CIPTC, ICC Peoria Campus, 5407 N. University, Poplar P101, Peoria, IL

    Enrollment Deadline: January 16, 2023

    Course Size: Maximum – 20

    Couse Objectives

    This 40-hour course is designed for any law enforcement officer or school administrator working in an educational environment Attendees will gain a solid working knowledge of the School Resource Officer concept and how to establish a lasting partnership with their schools. 8 hours of this course is designed to train officers to perform solo officer response rapid deployment/immediate action tactics.

     Course Content

    Three main areas will be addressed: The protections of the Illinois Juvenile Court Act, Serving within a school environment and Threat response.

    Juvenile Law – To provide officers with an overview of the Juvenile Court Act and other legal protections enacted to prevent harm to minors within the criminal justice system.

    Officer and Youth Interactions – To provide officers with an overview of their role within a school setting, the types of behaviors they will likely encounter, and tactics for identifying and responding to criminal activity, emergencies and threats.

    School Threat Response – The focus of this program will be to provide officers with the knowledge and specialized tactical skills to perform solo officer rapid deployment/immediate action.

    Written exam, and/or Role play exercises, and Active Threat Response Exercise

    Who Should Attend: See the link below:

     https://www.ptb.illinois.gov/training/school-resource-officer/

    Mobile In-Service Training Team # 7 Illinois Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    MTU #7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Meets the following mandatory training criteria: Civil Rights 1.5 hours, Const. Use of LE Authority 1 hour, Crisis Intervention 4 hours, Cultural Competency 2.5 hours, Human Rights .50 hours, Legal Updates 3 hours, Officer wellness/mental health 1 hour, Procedural Justice 7.5 hours, Psychology of Domestic Violence .50 hours, Reporting of Child Abuse and Neglect .50 hours, De-Escalation Techniques 3 hours including 2.5 hours of Scenario Based Laws concerning stops, searches and use of force 1 hour, Officer Safety Techniques including cover, concealment and time 3 hours including 2.5 hour of Scenario based, Active Threat Response 7 hours including 6 hours of Scenario Based, Juvenile Law 6 hours, and Officer and Youth Interaction 8 hours.

  • 31
    31.January.Tuesday

    Opioid Overdose 101 - LaSalle County SO, Ottawa, IL CLASS FULL

    9:00 AM-11:00 AM
    01-31-2023
    LaSalle County Sheriff's Office
    707 E Etna Rd, Ottawa, IL 61350, USA

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Brian Fengel, Director

    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu

    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    Opioid Overdose 101

    Class Full for waiting list contact hgrove@icc.edu

    Instructor: Trisha Gould

     January 31, 2023

    9am – 11am

     Class will meet: at LaSalle County SO, 707 E. Etna Road, Ottawa, IL

    Course Size:  Maximum – 20

          Enrollment deadline: January 26, 2023

    Course Objective

    Obtain a baseline understanding of the opiate overdose problem

    Review basic myths/facts

    Understand how opioids word

    Identify an opioid overdose

    Learn how to respond to an opioid overdoes

    Learn how to administer Naloxone (NARCAN), an opioid antagonist

    Become familiarly with Illinois Public Act #096-0361

     

    Mobile In-Service Training Team # 7 Illinois Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    MTU #7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Meets the following mandatory training criteria: Emergency medical response training and certification 2 hours and Opioid Antagonist (NARCAN) 2 hours

  • 07
    07.February.Tuesday

    Meeting the Leadership Challenges of Law Enforcement “First Line Supervision” Peru PD, Peru, IL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    02-07-2023-02-09-2023
    Peru Police Department Training Room
    2650 North Peoria Street Peru, IL 61354

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Brian Fengel, Director

    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu

    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    Meeting the Leadership Challenges of Law Enforcement “First Line Supervision”

     Instructor: Rick Baker, Law Enforcement Risk Management Group

    February 7-9, 2023

     (2.5 days of training)

    February 7-8, 2023 8am – 4pm

    February 9, 2023 8am – 12pm

    Class will meet in Peru Police Department, 2650 North Peoria Street Peru, IL 61354

    Enrollment Deadline: January 31, 2023

    Course Size Maximum – 30

    Course Object

    First Line Supervisor promotions typically go to high performers, but “what got you here won’t get you there.” The promotion gives them a new job with increased responsibilities, but they’re doomed to fail without the proper skills required to lead and manage a team successfully. Fortunately, science has proven that leadership can be learned. That is exactly why the “Leadership” course was created-to help newly promoted supervisors successfully transition into their new role through a unique learning experience that combines classical organizational theory with cutting edge re-search and realistic training. The course culminates in a comprehensive, scenario-based leadership exercise that builds confidence and accelerates mastery of the subject matter by allowing learners to apply the concepts effectively to a variety of problems commonly faced by new supervisors. By the end of this course, learners will be able to avoid the growing number of pitfalls within the realm of public safety while confidently leading themselves, coaching their teams and becoming valuable Leader-Producers for their organizations

    Course Content

    • Discover your personal leadership style and identity
    • Master the fundamental principles of effective leadership and efficient management
    • Understand the value of awareness, antifragility, and adaptability as a leader
    • Communicate clearly and confidently up and down the chain of command (and externally aswell)
    • Learn the nuances of successfully leading a multi-generational team
    • Manage and resolve conflicts both from within and outside of the organization
    • Navigate liability and other legal Issues successfully
    • Recognize warning signs in your officers’ behavior to prevent problems and enhance officer wellness
    • Successfully transition from a high performing officer to a valuable Leader-Producer through mastery of the concepts in numerous practical application exercises

    Who Should Attend

    This course is designed to provide knowledge and training which will enhance supervisory and leadership skills when supervising subordinates.

    Mobile In-Service Training Team # 7 Illinois Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    MTU #7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Meets the following mandatory training criteria: Procedural Justice 7 hours

  • 08
    08.February.Wednesday

    Meeting the Leadership Challenges of Law Enforcement “First Line Supervision” Peru PD, Peru, IL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    02-08-2023-02-09-2023
    Peru Police Department Training Room
    2650 North Peoria Street Peru, IL 61354

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Brian Fengel, Director

    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu

    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    Meeting the Leadership Challenges of Law Enforcement “First Line Supervision”

     Instructor: Rick Baker, Law Enforcement Risk Management Group

    February 7-9, 2023

     (2.5 days of training)

    February 7-8, 2023 8am – 4pm

    February 9, 2023 8am – 12pm

    Class will meet in Peru Police Department, 2650 North Peoria Street Peru, IL 61354

    Enrollment Deadline: January 31, 2023

    Course Size Maximum – 30

    Course Object

    First Line Supervisor promotions typically go to high performers, but “what got you here won’t get you there.” The promotion gives them a new job with increased responsibilities, but they’re doomed to fail without the proper skills required to lead and manage a team successfully. Fortunately, science has proven that leadership can be learned. That is exactly why the “Leadership” course was created-to help newly promoted supervisors successfully transition into their new role through a unique learning experience that combines classical organizational theory with cutting edge re-search and realistic training. The course culminates in a comprehensive, scenario-based leadership exercise that builds confidence and accelerates mastery of the subject matter by allowing learners to apply the concepts effectively to a variety of problems commonly faced by new supervisors. By the end of this course, learners will be able to avoid the growing number of pitfalls within the realm of public safety while confidently leading themselves, coaching their teams and becoming valuable Leader-Producers for their organizations

    Course Content

    • Discover your personal leadership style and identity
    • Master the fundamental principles of effective leadership and efficient management
    • Understand the value of awareness, antifragility, and adaptability as a leader
    • Communicate clearly and confidently up and down the chain of command (and externally aswell)
    • Learn the nuances of successfully leading a multi-generational team
    • Manage and resolve conflicts both from within and outside of the organization
    • Navigate liability and other legal Issues successfully
    • Recognize warning signs in your officers’ behavior to prevent problems and enhance officer wellness
    • Successfully transition from a high performing officer to a valuable Leader-Producer through mastery of the concepts in numerous practical application exercises

    Who Should Attend

    This course is designed to provide knowledge and training which will enhance supervisory and leadership skills when supervising subordinates.

    Mobile In-Service Training Team # 7 Illinois Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    MTU #7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Meets the following mandatory training criteria: Procedural Justice 7 hours

  • 09
    09.February.Thursday

    Meeting the Leadership Challenges of Law Enforcement “First Line Supervision” Peru PD, Peru, IL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    02-09-2023-02-09-2023
    Peru Police Department Training Room
    2650 North Peoria Street Peru, IL 61354

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Brian Fengel, Director

    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu

    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    Meeting the Leadership Challenges of Law Enforcement “First Line Supervision”

     Instructor: Rick Baker, Law Enforcement Risk Management Group

    February 7-9, 2023

     (2.5 days of training)

    February 7-8, 2023 8am – 4pm

    February 9, 2023 8am – 12pm

    Class will meet in Peru Police Department, 2650 North Peoria Street Peru, IL 61354

    Enrollment Deadline: January 31, 2023

    Course Size Maximum – 30

    Course Object

    First Line Supervisor promotions typically go to high performers, but “what got you here won’t get you there.” The promotion gives them a new job with increased responsibilities, but they’re doomed to fail without the proper skills required to lead and manage a team successfully. Fortunately, science has proven that leadership can be learned. That is exactly why the “Leadership” course was created-to help newly promoted supervisors successfully transition into their new role through a unique learning experience that combines classical organizational theory with cutting edge re-search and realistic training. The course culminates in a comprehensive, scenario-based leadership exercise that builds confidence and accelerates mastery of the subject matter by allowing learners to apply the concepts effectively to a variety of problems commonly faced by new supervisors. By the end of this course, learners will be able to avoid the growing number of pitfalls within the realm of public safety while confidently leading themselves, coaching their teams and becoming valuable Leader-Producers for their organizations

    Course Content

    • Discover your personal leadership style and identity
    • Master the fundamental principles of effective leadership and efficient management
    • Understand the value of awareness, antifragility, and adaptability as a leader
    • Communicate clearly and confidently up and down the chain of command (and externally aswell)
    • Learn the nuances of successfully leading a multi-generational team
    • Manage and resolve conflicts both from within and outside of the organization
    • Navigate liability and other legal Issues successfully
    • Recognize warning signs in your officers’ behavior to prevent problems and enhance officer wellness
    • Successfully transition from a high performing officer to a valuable Leader-Producer through mastery of the concepts in numerous practical application exercises

    Who Should Attend

    This course is designed to provide knowledge and training which will enhance supervisory and leadership skills when supervising subordinates.

    Mobile In-Service Training Team # 7 Illinois Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    MTU #7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Meets the following mandatory training criteria: Procedural Justice 7 hours

  • 13
    13.February.Monday

    Juvenile Officers Certification Class - Peru PD, Peru, IL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    02-13-2023-02-16-2023
    Peru Police Department Training Room
    2650 North Peoria Street Peru, IL 61354

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Brian Fengel, Director

    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu

    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    Juvenile Officers Certification Class

    Instructor: Gail Sullivan and Patti Binfa

    February 13-16, 2023
    8am – 4pm

    Class will meet at Peru PD, 2650 N. Peoria Street, Peru, IL

    Enrollment Deadline: February 6, 2023

    Course Object

    This training will provide skills and techniques in handling juvenile problems in our society and training in dealing with the various juvenile situations. Participants will take a detailed look at the updated Juvenile Court Act and its implication in the field. Juvenile gangs, substance abuse, alternatives to detention, abuse, neglect, missing children, exploitation, teenage suicide, criminal sexual assault, and more will be covered. Training materials useful during juvenile investigations, interviews and detentions will be provided.

    Course Content

    Students will gain an understanding of:
    ✓ Confidentiality
    ✓ Delinquents
    ✓ Dependent Minors Requiring Authoritative Intervention
    ✓ Neglected, Abused Minors (Physically & Sexually)
    ✓ Incarceration of minors ✓ Interview & Interrogation of Juveniles
    ✓ Orders of Protection
    ✓ Their role

    About the Instructor:

    Gail P. Sullivan graduated from Loyola University (BA) and DePaul University (MA) with honors. She has worked in social services and criminal justice for the past 25 years in the private and public sectors. She has provided therapy to 100 employees (Illinois certified) to serve the needs of sexually traumatized and problematic children under the age of 12 years. As an expert, she was on the States Attorney Task Force for the Mass Molestation of Children and the Cook County Child Death Review Team. She has developed curriculum that meets State requirements for the certification of juvenile police officers. She provides training for Cook County Adult Probation, Illinois Crisis Intervention Team and Homeland Security, as well as MTUs across the state.

    Mobile In-Service Training Team # 7 Illinois Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    MTU #7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Meets the following mandatory training criteria: Civil Rights 2 hours, Constitutional and Proper Use of Law Enforcement Authority 4 hours,
    Cultural Competency 4 hours, Emergency medical response training and certification 1-hour, Human Rights 3 hours, Legal Updates 6 hours,
    Procedural Justice 3 hours, and Reporting of Child Abuse and Neglect 3 hours.

  • 14
    14.February.Tuesday

    Juvenile Officers Certification Class - Peru PD, Peru, IL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    02-14-2023-02-16-2023
    Peru Police Department Training Room
    2650 North Peoria Street Peru, IL 61354

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Brian Fengel, Director

    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu

    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    Juvenile Officers Certification Class

    Instructor: Gail Sullivan and Patti Binfa

    February 13-16, 2023
    8am – 4pm

    Class will meet at Peru PD, 2650 N. Peoria Street, Peru, IL

    Enrollment Deadline: February 6, 2023

    Course Object

    This training will provide skills and techniques in handling juvenile problems in our society and training in dealing with the various juvenile situations. Participants will take a detailed look at the updated Juvenile Court Act and its implication in the field. Juvenile gangs, substance abuse, alternatives to detention, abuse, neglect, missing children, exploitation, teenage suicide, criminal sexual assault, and more will be covered. Training materials useful during juvenile investigations, interviews and detentions will be provided.

    Course Content

    Students will gain an understanding of:
    ✓ Confidentiality
    ✓ Delinquents
    ✓ Dependent Minors Requiring Authoritative Intervention
    ✓ Neglected, Abused Minors (Physically & Sexually)
    ✓ Incarceration of minors ✓ Interview & Interrogation of Juveniles
    ✓ Orders of Protection
    ✓ Their role

    About the Instructor:

    Gail P. Sullivan graduated from Loyola University (BA) and DePaul University (MA) with honors. She has worked in social services and criminal justice for the past 25 years in the private and public sectors. She has provided therapy to 100 employees (Illinois certified) to serve the needs of sexually traumatized and problematic children under the age of 12 years. As an expert, she was on the States Attorney Task Force for the Mass Molestation of Children and the Cook County Child Death Review Team. She has developed curriculum that meets State requirements for the certification of juvenile police officers. She provides training for Cook County Adult Probation, Illinois Crisis Intervention Team and Homeland Security, as well as MTUs across the state.

    Mobile In-Service Training Team # 7 Illinois Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    MTU #7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Meets the following mandatory training criteria: Civil Rights 2 hours, Constitutional and Proper Use of Law Enforcement Authority 4 hours,
    Cultural Competency 4 hours, Emergency medical response training and certification 1-hour, Human Rights 3 hours, Legal Updates 6 hours,
    Procedural Justice 3 hours, and Reporting of Child Abuse and Neglect 3 hours.

  • 15
    15.February.Wednesday

    Juvenile Officers Certification Class - Peru PD, Peru, IL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    02-15-2023-02-16-2023
    Peru Police Department Training Room
    2650 North Peoria Street Peru, IL 61354

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Brian Fengel, Director

    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu

    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    Juvenile Officers Certification Class

    Instructor: Gail Sullivan and Patti Binfa

    February 13-16, 2023
    8am – 4pm

    Class will meet at Peru PD, 2650 N. Peoria Street, Peru, IL

    Enrollment Deadline: February 6, 2023

    Course Object

    This training will provide skills and techniques in handling juvenile problems in our society and training in dealing with the various juvenile situations. Participants will take a detailed look at the updated Juvenile Court Act and its implication in the field. Juvenile gangs, substance abuse, alternatives to detention, abuse, neglect, missing children, exploitation, teenage suicide, criminal sexual assault, and more will be covered. Training materials useful during juvenile investigations, interviews and detentions will be provided.

    Course Content

    Students will gain an understanding of:
    ✓ Confidentiality
    ✓ Delinquents
    ✓ Dependent Minors Requiring Authoritative Intervention
    ✓ Neglected, Abused Minors (Physically & Sexually)
    ✓ Incarceration of minors ✓ Interview & Interrogation of Juveniles
    ✓ Orders of Protection
    ✓ Their role

    About the Instructor:

    Gail P. Sullivan graduated from Loyola University (BA) and DePaul University (MA) with honors. She has worked in social services and criminal justice for the past 25 years in the private and public sectors. She has provided therapy to 100 employees (Illinois certified) to serve the needs of sexually traumatized and problematic children under the age of 12 years. As an expert, she was on the States Attorney Task Force for the Mass Molestation of Children and the Cook County Child Death Review Team. She has developed curriculum that meets State requirements for the certification of juvenile police officers. She provides training for Cook County Adult Probation, Illinois Crisis Intervention Team and Homeland Security, as well as MTUs across the state.

    Mobile In-Service Training Team # 7 Illinois Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    MTU #7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Meets the following mandatory training criteria: Civil Rights 2 hours, Constitutional and Proper Use of Law Enforcement Authority 4 hours,
    Cultural Competency 4 hours, Emergency medical response training and certification 1-hour, Human Rights 3 hours, Legal Updates 6 hours,
    Procedural Justice 3 hours, and Reporting of Child Abuse and Neglect 3 hours.

  • 16
    16.February.Thursday

    Juvenile Officers Certification Class - Peru PD, Peru, IL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    02-16-2023-02-16-2023
    Peru Police Department Training Room
    2650 North Peoria Street Peru, IL 61354

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Brian Fengel, Director

    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu

    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    Juvenile Officers Certification Class

    Instructor: Gail Sullivan and Patti Binfa

    February 13-16, 2023
    8am – 4pm

    Class will meet at Peru PD, 2650 N. Peoria Street, Peru, IL

    Enrollment Deadline: February 6, 2023

    Course Object

    This training will provide skills and techniques in handling juvenile problems in our society and training in dealing with the various juvenile situations. Participants will take a detailed look at the updated Juvenile Court Act and its implication in the field. Juvenile gangs, substance abuse, alternatives to detention, abuse, neglect, missing children, exploitation, teenage suicide, criminal sexual assault, and more will be covered. Training materials useful during juvenile investigations, interviews and detentions will be provided.

    Course Content

    Students will gain an understanding of:
    ✓ Confidentiality
    ✓ Delinquents
    ✓ Dependent Minors Requiring Authoritative Intervention
    ✓ Neglected, Abused Minors (Physically & Sexually)
    ✓ Incarceration of minors ✓ Interview & Interrogation of Juveniles
    ✓ Orders of Protection
    ✓ Their role

    About the Instructor:

    Gail P. Sullivan graduated from Loyola University (BA) and DePaul University (MA) with honors. She has worked in social services and criminal justice for the past 25 years in the private and public sectors. She has provided therapy to 100 employees (Illinois certified) to serve the needs of sexually traumatized and problematic children under the age of 12 years. As an expert, she was on the States Attorney Task Force for the Mass Molestation of Children and the Cook County Child Death Review Team. She has developed curriculum that meets State requirements for the certification of juvenile police officers. She provides training for Cook County Adult Probation, Illinois Crisis Intervention Team and Homeland Security, as well as MTUs across the state.

    Mobile In-Service Training Team # 7 Illinois Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    MTU #7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Meets the following mandatory training criteria: Civil Rights 2 hours, Constitutional and Proper Use of Law Enforcement Authority 4 hours,
    Cultural Competency 4 hours, Emergency medical response training and certification 1-hour, Human Rights 3 hours, Legal Updates 6 hours,
    Procedural Justice 3 hours, and Reporting of Child Abuse and Neglect 3 hours.

  • 20
    20.February.Monday

    Field Training and Evaluation Program - CIPTC, Peoria CLASS FULL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    02-20-2023-02-24-2023
    Central Illinois Police Training Center Poplar Hall P101
    5407 N University St, Peoria, IL 61614, USA

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Brian Fengel, Director

    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu

    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    Field Training and Evaluation Program

    Class Full email hgrove@icc.edu for waiting list

    February 20-24, 2023

    Instructor: Thom Dworak, The Adaptive Way

     8am – 4pm

     Class will meet at CIPTC, ICC Peoria Campus, 5407 N. University, Poplar P101, Peoria, IL

    Class Fee:

    MTU # 7 – $50.00; Non MTU 7 – Members: $200.00

    Enrollment Deadline: February 13, 2023

    Course Size:  Minimum –15 Maximum – 30

    Course Objective

    This five-day, 40-hour training program is practical, informational and hands-on. The purpose of the

    course is to provide law enforcement with the knowledge and skills required to train probationary law enforcement officers in a one-to-one setting. Diverse instructional methods will be employed to provide a student-centered learning environment. Upon successful completion of this program, attendees will be certified as Field Training Officers.

    Course Content

    This state-certified program prepares selected officers to assume the critical role of Field Training Officer within their departments.

    Course topics include:

    The Police Image

    Role and Responsibility

    Principles of learning and communication

    Methods of instructions

    Stress management

    Overriding the Probationary Officers decision

    Sexual harassment/hostile working environment

    The evaluation process

    Job Status review and recommendation

    About the Instructor:

    Thom Dworak is a retired Sergeant (31 years) from a suburban Chicago police department where he was the Field Training and Evaluation Program Coordinator and the Lead Defensive Tactics/Use of Force Instructor.  Thom’s knowledge of experiential learning, emotional intelligence, critical thinking, creative problem solving and decision making  has shaped our programs for the challenging and ever-changing environment the Criminal Justice professional find themselves in daily.

    Mobile In-Service Training Team # 7 Illinois Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    MTU #7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Meets the following mandatory training criteria: Civil Rights 3 hours, Const. Use of LE Authority 1 hour, Cultural Competency 1 hour,  Legal Updates 3 hours, Officer Wellness/Mental Health 1 hour, Procedural Justice 20 hours, Use of Force 1 hour, Laws Concerning stops, searches, and the use of force 1 hour, and Officer safety techniques, including cover, concealment and time 1 hour.

  • 21
    21.February.Tuesday

    Field Training and Evaluation Program - CIPTC, Peoria CLASS FULL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    02-21-2023-02-24-2023
    Central Illinois Police Training Center Poplar Hall P101
    5407 N University St, Peoria, IL 61614, USA

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Brian Fengel, Director

    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu

    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    Field Training and Evaluation Program

    Class Full email hgrove@icc.edu for waiting list

    February 20-24, 2023

    Instructor: Thom Dworak, The Adaptive Way

     8am – 4pm

     Class will meet at CIPTC, ICC Peoria Campus, 5407 N. University, Poplar P101, Peoria, IL

    Class Fee:

    MTU # 7 – $50.00; Non MTU 7 – Members: $200.00

    Enrollment Deadline: February 13, 2023

    Course Size:  Minimum –15 Maximum – 30

    Course Objective

    This five-day, 40-hour training program is practical, informational and hands-on. The purpose of the

    course is to provide law enforcement with the knowledge and skills required to train probationary law enforcement officers in a one-to-one setting. Diverse instructional methods will be employed to provide a student-centered learning environment. Upon successful completion of this program, attendees will be certified as Field Training Officers.

    Course Content

    This state-certified program prepares selected officers to assume the critical role of Field Training Officer within their departments.

    Course topics include:

    The Police Image

    Role and Responsibility

    Principles of learning and communication

    Methods of instructions

    Stress management

    Overriding the Probationary Officers decision

    Sexual harassment/hostile working environment

    The evaluation process

    Job Status review and recommendation

    About the Instructor:

    Thom Dworak is a retired Sergeant (31 years) from a suburban Chicago police department where he was the Field Training and Evaluation Program Coordinator and the Lead Defensive Tactics/Use of Force Instructor.  Thom’s knowledge of experiential learning, emotional intelligence, critical thinking, creative problem solving and decision making  has shaped our programs for the challenging and ever-changing environment the Criminal Justice professional find themselves in daily.

    Mobile In-Service Training Team # 7 Illinois Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    MTU #7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Meets the following mandatory training criteria: Civil Rights 3 hours, Const. Use of LE Authority 1 hour, Cultural Competency 1 hour,  Legal Updates 3 hours, Officer Wellness/Mental Health 1 hour, Procedural Justice 20 hours, Use of Force 1 hour, Laws Concerning stops, searches, and the use of force 1 hour, and Officer safety techniques, including cover, concealment and time 1 hour.

  • 21
    21.February.Tuesday

    Breath Analysis Operator Training- Peru PD, Peru, IL - CLASS FULL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    02-21-2023
    Peru Police Department Training Room
    2650 North Peoria Street Peru, IL 61354

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Brian Fengel, Director

    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu

    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    Breath Analysis Operator Training

    Class Full

    Email hgrove@icc.edu for waiting list

    Instructor: Illinois State Police

    February 21, 2023

    8am- 5pm

    Class will meet at: Peru PD, 2650 North Peoria Street, Peru, IL 

    Enrollment Deadline: February 14, 2023

    Course Size:  Maximum – 25

    This class is funded through the Police Traffic Services Training Project along with Illinois Department of Traffic Safety and the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

     The BAT license is good for 3 years. Re-certification is a 30-minute on-line course through your LMS account.

    Course Content

    Any officer who registers to attend this course must have an LMS account established. This is the method that ISP issues the BA Operators License after successful completion of the course. If you do not have an LMS account, you can ask your agency LEADS Administrator to assist you in creating an account by accessing this link: http://lms.ileas.isp.state.il.us

    The Breath Analysis Operator Course trains police officers in the operation of evidential breath test instruments. The program presents information on the effects of alcohol on the human body, operational procedures, Vehicle and Traffic Law pertaining to DWI enforcement, and pertinent case law. Successful students will receive a Breath Analysis Operator Permit, which will expire three years from the date of issuance.

    Mobile In-Service Training Team # 7 Illinois Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    MTU #7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Meets the following mandatory training criteria: Civil Rights 1 hour and Legal Updates 1 hour

  • 22
    22.February.Wednesday

    Field Training and Evaluation Program - CIPTC, Peoria CLASS FULL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    02-22-2023-02-24-2023
    Central Illinois Police Training Center Poplar Hall P101
    5407 N University St, Peoria, IL 61614, USA

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Brian Fengel, Director

    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu

    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    Field Training and Evaluation Program

    Class Full email hgrove@icc.edu for waiting list

    February 20-24, 2023

    Instructor: Thom Dworak, The Adaptive Way

     8am – 4pm

     Class will meet at CIPTC, ICC Peoria Campus, 5407 N. University, Poplar P101, Peoria, IL

    Class Fee:

    MTU # 7 – $50.00; Non MTU 7 – Members: $200.00

    Enrollment Deadline: February 13, 2023

    Course Size:  Minimum –15 Maximum – 30

    Course Objective

    This five-day, 40-hour training program is practical, informational and hands-on. The purpose of the

    course is to provide law enforcement with the knowledge and skills required to train probationary law enforcement officers in a one-to-one setting. Diverse instructional methods will be employed to provide a student-centered learning environment. Upon successful completion of this program, attendees will be certified as Field Training Officers.

    Course Content

    This state-certified program prepares selected officers to assume the critical role of Field Training Officer within their departments.

    Course topics include:

    The Police Image

    Role and Responsibility

    Principles of learning and communication

    Methods of instructions

    Stress management

    Overriding the Probationary Officers decision

    Sexual harassment/hostile working environment

    The evaluation process

    Job Status review and recommendation

    About the Instructor:

    Thom Dworak is a retired Sergeant (31 years) from a suburban Chicago police department where he was the Field Training and Evaluation Program Coordinator and the Lead Defensive Tactics/Use of Force Instructor.  Thom’s knowledge of experiential learning, emotional intelligence, critical thinking, creative problem solving and decision making  has shaped our programs for the challenging and ever-changing environment the Criminal Justice professional find themselves in daily.

    Mobile In-Service Training Team # 7 Illinois Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    MTU #7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Meets the following mandatory training criteria: Civil Rights 3 hours, Const. Use of LE Authority 1 hour, Cultural Competency 1 hour,  Legal Updates 3 hours, Officer Wellness/Mental Health 1 hour, Procedural Justice 20 hours, Use of Force 1 hour, Laws Concerning stops, searches, and the use of force 1 hour, and Officer safety techniques, including cover, concealment and time 1 hour.

  • 23
    23.February.Thursday

    Field Training and Evaluation Program - CIPTC, Peoria CLASS FULL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    02-23-2023-02-24-2023
    Central Illinois Police Training Center Poplar Hall P101
    5407 N University St, Peoria, IL 61614, USA

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Brian Fengel, Director

    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu

    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    Field Training and Evaluation Program

    Class Full email hgrove@icc.edu for waiting list

    February 20-24, 2023

    Instructor: Thom Dworak, The Adaptive Way

     8am – 4pm

     Class will meet at CIPTC, ICC Peoria Campus, 5407 N. University, Poplar P101, Peoria, IL

    Class Fee:

    MTU # 7 – $50.00; Non MTU 7 – Members: $200.00

    Enrollment Deadline: February 13, 2023

    Course Size:  Minimum –15 Maximum – 30

    Course Objective

    This five-day, 40-hour training program is practical, informational and hands-on. The purpose of the

    course is to provide law enforcement with the knowledge and skills required to train probationary law enforcement officers in a one-to-one setting. Diverse instructional methods will be employed to provide a student-centered learning environment. Upon successful completion of this program, attendees will be certified as Field Training Officers.

    Course Content

    This state-certified program prepares selected officers to assume the critical role of Field Training Officer within their departments.

    Course topics include:

    The Police Image

    Role and Responsibility

    Principles of learning and communication

    Methods of instructions

    Stress management

    Overriding the Probationary Officers decision

    Sexual harassment/hostile working environment

    The evaluation process

    Job Status review and recommendation

    About the Instructor:

    Thom Dworak is a retired Sergeant (31 years) from a suburban Chicago police department where he was the Field Training and Evaluation Program Coordinator and the Lead Defensive Tactics/Use of Force Instructor.  Thom’s knowledge of experiential learning, emotional intelligence, critical thinking, creative problem solving and decision making  has shaped our programs for the challenging and ever-changing environment the Criminal Justice professional find themselves in daily.

    Mobile In-Service Training Team # 7 Illinois Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    MTU #7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Meets the following mandatory training criteria: Civil Rights 3 hours, Const. Use of LE Authority 1 hour, Cultural Competency 1 hour,  Legal Updates 3 hours, Officer Wellness/Mental Health 1 hour, Procedural Justice 20 hours, Use of Force 1 hour, Laws Concerning stops, searches, and the use of force 1 hour, and Officer safety techniques, including cover, concealment and time 1 hour.

  • 24
    24.February.Friday

    Field Training and Evaluation Program - CIPTC, Peoria CLASS FULL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    02-24-2023-02-24-2023
    Central Illinois Police Training Center Poplar Hall P101
    5407 N University St, Peoria, IL 61614, USA

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Brian Fengel, Director

    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu

    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    Field Training and Evaluation Program

    Class Full email hgrove@icc.edu for waiting list

    February 20-24, 2023

    Instructor: Thom Dworak, The Adaptive Way

     8am – 4pm

     Class will meet at CIPTC, ICC Peoria Campus, 5407 N. University, Poplar P101, Peoria, IL

    Class Fee:

    MTU # 7 – $50.00; Non MTU 7 – Members: $200.00

    Enrollment Deadline: February 13, 2023

    Course Size:  Minimum –15 Maximum – 30

    Course Objective

    This five-day, 40-hour training program is practical, informational and hands-on. The purpose of the

    course is to provide law enforcement with the knowledge and skills required to train probationary law enforcement officers in a one-to-one setting. Diverse instructional methods will be employed to provide a student-centered learning environment. Upon successful completion of this program, attendees will be certified as Field Training Officers.

    Course Content

    This state-certified program prepares selected officers to assume the critical role of Field Training Officer within their departments.

    Course topics include:

    The Police Image

    Role and Responsibility

    Principles of learning and communication

    Methods of instructions

    Stress management

    Overriding the Probationary Officers decision

    Sexual harassment/hostile working environment

    The evaluation process

    Job Status review and recommendation

    About the Instructor:

    Thom Dworak is a retired Sergeant (31 years) from a suburban Chicago police department where he was the Field Training and Evaluation Program Coordinator and the Lead Defensive Tactics/Use of Force Instructor.  Thom’s knowledge of experiential learning, emotional intelligence, critical thinking, creative problem solving and decision making  has shaped our programs for the challenging and ever-changing environment the Criminal Justice professional find themselves in daily.

    Mobile In-Service Training Team # 7 Illinois Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    MTU #7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Meets the following mandatory training criteria: Civil Rights 3 hours, Const. Use of LE Authority 1 hour, Cultural Competency 1 hour,  Legal Updates 3 hours, Officer Wellness/Mental Health 1 hour, Procedural Justice 20 hours, Use of Force 1 hour, Laws Concerning stops, searches, and the use of force 1 hour, and Officer safety techniques, including cover, concealment and time 1 hour.

  • 07
    07.March.Tuesday

    Breach Point: Personal & Professional Breakthroughs for Police Officers- Peru PD

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    03-07-2023
    Peru Police Department Training Room
    2650 North Peoria Street Peru, IL 61354

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Brian Fengel, Director

    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu

    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    Breach Point: Personal & Professional Breakthroughs for Police Officers

    Instructor: Kent Williams

    March 7, 2023

    8am – 4pm

     Class will meet at Peru PD, 2650 N. Peoria Street, Peru, IL

    Enrollment Deadline: February 28, 2023

    Course Size:  Minimum – 15 Maximum – 30

    Course Objective

    This seminar will assist those attending in gaining a distinctly different perspective on the unique and potentially problematic consequences of performing well within a law enforcement culture. Officers, Sergeants and those who assist them will reflect upon the traumas and triumphs associated with modern law enforcement, and how these influence the pivotal balance between professional and personal relationships.

     

    Course Content

    This seminar will provide a new set of skills designed to assist contemporary knights maintain a balanced, meaningful and rewarding lifestyle, while maintaining and protecting the nobility found in their servant’s spirit.

    Topics will include:

    • Removing classic frustrations encountered by all law enforcement officers & the impact of rewarded cynicism
    • The Caustic Effects of performing well in law enforcement
    • How the dynamics of control and trust can negatively influence officer attitudes both at work and home
    • Learning and mastering the unique, misunderstood and potentially problematic consequences of police perspectives
    • Learning from our Knightly predecessors on how to self-motivate on the street, in the department and at home

     About the Instructor

    Kent Williams is the owner of Breach Point Consulting and has been involved in law enforcement as a police officer for over 32 years, where he recently retired as Chief of Police for a Chicago area police department.  Now consulting full-time, he has served as the 2-term President of the Northern Illinois Critical Incident Stress Management Team where he still serves as a peer supporter for more than 20 years.  He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, the University of Southern California’s Delinquency Control Institute, the Police Executive Research Forum’s Senior Management Institute for Police, at Boston University, and the Buechner Institute for Governance’s Rocky Mountain Leadership Program at the University of Colorado.    He served as a Tactical Commander on a regional SWAT team serving 60 Chicago collar communities.  He has taught extensively on various courses related to leadership and organizational change.  Additionally he has taught for over 28 years on topics including use of force, weapons and tactics.

    Mobile In-Service Training Team # 7 Illinois Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    MTU #7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Meets the following mandatory training criteria: Crisis Intervention 2 hours, Officer wellness/mental health 4 hours, and Procedural Justice 2 hours

     

     

  • 09
    09.March.Thursday

    Immediate Trauma Care End Users - CIPTC - Peoria

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    03-09-2023
    Central Illinois Police Training Center Poplar Hall P101
    5407 N University St, Peoria, IL 61614, USA

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Brian Fengel, Director

    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu

    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    Immediate Trauma Care End User

     

    Instructor: Beacon Training Group

    March 9, 2023

     8am – 4pm

     Class will meet at: CIPTC, ICC Peoria Campus, 5407 N. University, Poplar Hall P101, Peoria, IL

    Enrollment Deadline:  March 2, 2023

    Course Size:  Minimum – 12 Maximum – 20

    Course Objective

    This one day, 8 hour program has been designed by the Beacon Training Group to introduce first responders to life saving/sustaining immediate trauma care practices and equipment.

     

    Course Content

    This program is designed to provide first responders with the skills and knowledge to treat and survive traumatic injuries which will include but are not limited to: severe bleeding, amputations, penetrating injuries, upper chest injuries, other airway injuries, etc…   Students will be provided with an explanation of human anatomy and how it relates to traumatic injuries.  Instructors will then demonstrate proper practices and techniques to treat serious injuries with manufactured and improvised equipment.  Students will learn and practice the proper use and limitations of tourniquets, wound packing, pressure points, pressure dressings, airway management, and occlusive dressings.

     

    About the Instructor’s

    Andrew Cimonetti

     United States Marine Corps Combat Veteran and decorated Staff Non-Commissioned Officer who has served three tours to Afghanistan as an Operator and Assistant Element Leader in the Marine Corps Special Operation Command (MARSOC). Mr. Cimonetti has been in law enforcement for over 8 years and is currently serving his department as a Patrol Officer as well as a firearms and tactics instructor. Mr. Cimonetti recently separated from a large multi-jurisdictional SWAT team in south suburbs of Chicago where he operated as a SWAT School Instructor, Entry Team Leader, and Training Coordinator . Mr. Cimonetti has used his extensive Combat experience to create Beacon Training Group LLC. Through Beacon Mr. Cimonetti develops and implements training to first responders, Schools, places of worship, and local businesses, which include Immediate Trauma Care (ITC), Rapid Deployment, Rescue Task Force, Command and Control, and Escape, Barricade, Resist, and Survive (EBRS) program to increase the safety and security of schools, daycares, business, places of worship, and anywhere people can gather.

    Mr. Cimonetti holds multiple instructor certifications in active response to threats and has conducted multiple large scale training scenarios with Tele communicators, police departments, fire departments, and schools.
    Mr. Cimonetti is a sound instructor and proven leader. Mr. Cimonetti has a passion for developing individuals to exceed “normal” and achieve their full potential.

    Robert Jones

    Robert Jones is a Lieutenant from a Central Illinois police department who serves as a shift commander and training coordinator. He has been in law enforcement for 15 years serving in various roles such as a K9 handler and attached to the multijurisdictional SWAT team. He is an instructor for many facets of law enforcement, ranging from master firearm instruction to rapid response instruction. Robert believes training officers in life-saving medical techniques should be routed in data and experience, leading himself and the Beacon Training Group to review and update the course consistently.

    Mobile In-Service Training Team # 7 Illinois Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    MTU #7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Meets the following mandatory training criteria: Emergency Medical Response Training and Certification 7 hours, and Procedural Justice .50 hours

  • 10
    10.March.Friday

    Illinois Firearms Law Update – 2023, CIPTC, Peoria, IL

    8:00 AM-12:00 PM
    03-10-2023
    Central Illinois Police Training Center Poplar Hall P101
    5407 N University St, Peoria, IL 61614, USA

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Brian Fengel, Director

    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu

    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    Illinois Firearms Law Update – 2023

    Instructor:  Don Hays

    March 10, 2023

     8am – 12pm

     Class will meet at: CIPTC, ICC Peoria Campus, 5407 N. University, Poplar P101, Peoria, IL

    Enrollment Deadline:  March 3, 2023

    Course Size:  Minimum –15 Maximum – 64

    Course Objective

    On January 10, 2023, Public Act  102-1116 created the Protect Illinois Communities Act..  That Act modified Illinois law concerning the purchase, delivery, possession and use of assault weapons and large capacity ammunition feeding devices.

     

    Further, the Act amended the Illinois State Police Law of the Civil Administrative Code of Illinois, the Firearm Owners Identification Card Act, the Firearms Restraining Order Act, and the Criminal Code of 2012 to accomplish this purpose.

     

    The Act created three new criminal offenses that outlawed the purchase, delivery, possession of assault weapons and kits that increase the rate of fire of a semiautomatic firearm with numerous exceptions and exclusions and two new subsections of the Criminal Code specifically defining and outlawing these weapons and devices.  Since Illinois law requires that all Illinois law enforcement officers receive annual training concerning the Illinois Firearms Restraining Order Act and since this new Act modifies that Act, this training was created to accomplish that purpose.

     

    Additionally, it is imperative that all Law Enforcement Officers have an accurate understand of current Illinois Firearms Law as it has been recently modified. This presentation was created to meet that need.

    Course Content

    Illinois Firearms Law – Overview and Update

    Protect Illinois Communities Act – Overview

    Protect Illinois Communities Act- Analysis

    Firearms Restraining Order Act – Update

     About the Instructor: Don Hays

    Bachelor of Science Degree in Education from Eastern Illinois University. Twenty-five years’ experience in training State’s Attorneys and Law Enforcement Officers in various areas of the law. Instructor at the Lincoln Land Police Training Institute for five years. Subjects: Arrest, Search and Seizure; Criminal Justice Legislation; Evidence Law; the Controlled Substances and Cannabis Control Acts. Instructor for numerous police training organizations training Law Enforcement Officers on numerous topics related to law enforcement.  Produced and presented numerous training presentations for State’s Attorneys. An approved presenter of numerous M-CLE General Law and Ethics presentations for the Office of the Appellate Prosecutor.

      Mobile In-Service Training Team # 7 Illinois Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    MTU #7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Meets the following mandatory training criteria: Pending ILETSB Approval

  • 14
    14.March.Tuesday

    The Winning Mind - CIPTC, Peoria, IL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    03-14-2023
    Central Illinois Police Training Center Poplar Hall P101
    5407 N University St, Peoria, IL 61614, USA

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Brian Fengel, Director

    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu

    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    The Winning Mind

    Instructor: Dave and Betsy Smith

    Public Grants and Training Initiatives

    March 14, 2023

     8am – 4pm

     Class will meet at : CIPTC, ICC Peoria Campus , 5407 N. University, Poplar Hall P101, Peoria, IL

    Enrollment Deadline: March 7, 2023

    Course Size:  Maximum 90

    Course Objective

    The Winning Mind is updated continuously and always customized for the audience when it is presented. In his unique, energetic style, Dave Smith and his wife Sgt. Betsy Smith will give men & women the mental edge they need to not only face threats on the street but also manage the stresses they may confront in their daily lives, both on and off duty.

    Course Content

    In this multi-media session, Dave and Betsy will discuss:

    What makes someone a “winner?”

    Why “survival” is minimalistic and we must train to WIN!

    The true role of “Warrior Ethos” in the police profession

    Understanding the role beliefs play in winning

    What is true “optimism?

    The “Truth About Gender Differences” in all aspects of your life

    What training really works and why

    The science of Crisis Decision Making

    The “Not Today” mindset, every day, on every shift

    Law Enforcement’s Role in Preserving a Free Society

    Preventing panic, the “archenemy of survival”

    Being truly resilient after a setback

    This course is perfect for everyone working in a public safety organization regardless of rank, experience or assignment. Dave Smith’s The Winning Mind has something for everyone!

    About the Instructor

    Former police lieutenant Dave Smith is an internationally known speaker, writer and law enforcement expert.  Dave completed his college degree at the University of Arizona while fighting forest fires with the “Coconino Hot Shots” and then began his police career with the Tucson Police Department.  In 1978 he joined the Arizona Department of Public Safety, holding positions in Patrol, SWAT, Narcotics, Training and Management. In 1980 he developed the popular “Buck Savage” video training series, was the lead instructor for the Calibre Press “Street Survival” seminar from 1983 to 1985, and was instrumental in developing Calibre’s timeless “Tactical Edge” officer survival book.  Dave holds numerous instructor certifications in firearms, defensive tactics, and human performance and is a proven expert witness and consultant.

    In 1989, Dave joined the Law Enforcement Television Network (LETN), developing and hosting cutting-edge police, security and public safety training as its Director of Education and was the general manager of Calibre Press until January of 2002.  Dave continued to instruct the “Street Survival” seminar through 2012 as its senior instructor and he managed the most comprehensive update to the seminar since 2003.  Dave created the video training unit for PoliceOne.com and is still the primary trainer for the online Police One Academy.  He produced and hosted PoliceOne’s award winning “Roll Call Reality Training” segments and was a member of their advisory board.

    Dave has authored hundreds of articles for publications including Police Chief, Law and Order, The Trainer, Police Marksman, the Calibre Press Newsline, PoliceOne, Officer.com, Law Officer NationalPolice.org and POLICE magazine. Dave currently trains internationally through the Arizona-based “The Winning Mind LLC” and is a regular columnist for POLICE magazine, the National Police Association and Law Officer.com.  Dave is the author of the popular book In My Sights and is a frequent media analyst concerning law enforcement issues.  Dave can be reached via his website at www.jdbucksavage.com.

    Sgt. Betsy Brantner Smith retired in 2009 as a 29-year veteran of a large metropolitan police department in the Chicago suburbs. Beginning her career as a police dispatcher at age 17, Betsy became an officer four years later and has held positions in patrol, investigations, narcotics, juvenile, hostage negotiation, crime prevention and field training.  She received her four year degree from Western Illinois University in 1991, and was a class officer and graduate of the Northwestern University Center for Public Safety’s School of Staff and Command in May of 2001.

    She supervised her department’s K-9 Unit, served as a field training sergeant, recruitment team sergeant, bike patrol coordinator, Crowd Control Bike Team leader, and supervisor of the Community Education/Crime Prevention Unit.  Betsy served on the Elderly Services Team, the Crisis Intervention Team, and was a proud founding supervisory member of NPD’s Honor Guard Unit.  Betsy received numerous awards and commendations from her police department as well as many local and national awards for her performance as a police officer and supervisor. From 1999 – 2003 Betsy hosted various training programs and was a content expert for the Law Enforcement Television Network (LETN), is currently an on-air commentator and advisor for the Police One Academy and was a featured character in the Biography Channel’s “Female Forces” reality show.

    Mobile In-Service Training Team # 7 Illinois Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    MTU #7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Meets the following mandatory training criteria: Constitutional Use of Law Enforcement Authority 1 hour, Officer Wellness/Mental Health 1 hour, De-Escalation Techniques 1 hour, High Risk Traffic Stops 1 hour, Officer Safety Techniques including cover, concealment and time 3 hours.

     

  • 20
    20.March.Monday

    School Resource Officer - Peru PD, Peru, IL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    03-20-2023-03-24-2023
    Peru Police Department Training Room
    2650 North Peoria Street Peru, IL 61354

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Brian Fengel, Director

    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu

    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

     

    School Resource Officer

    Instructor: Gail Sullivan, Patricia Binfa, & Threat Assessment Instructor

    March 20-24, 2023

    8am – 4pm

    Class will meet at: Peru PD, 2650 N. Peoria Street, Peru, IL 

    Enrollment Deadline: March 13, 2023

    Course Size: Maximum – 20

    Officers must have three years of certified, full time officers or five years of certified part time law enforcement to be eligible for this program.

    Couse Objectives

    This 40-hour course is designed for any law enforcement officer or school administrator working in an educational environment Attendees will gain a solid working knowledge of the School Resource Officer concept and how to establish a lasting partnership with their schools. 8 hours of this course is designed to train officers to perform solo officer response rapid deployment/immediate action tactics.

    Course Content

    Three main areas will be addressed: The protections of the Illinois Juvenile Court Act, Serving within a school environment and Threat response.

    Juvenile Law – To provide officers with an overview of the Juvenile Court Act and other legal protections enacted to prevent harm to minors within the criminal justice system.

    Officer and Youth Interactions – To provide officers with an overview of their role within a school setting, the types of behaviors they will likely encounter, and tactics for identifying and responding to criminal activity, emergencies and threats.

    School Threat Response – The focus of this program will be to provide officers with the knowledge and specialized tactical skills to perform solo officer rapid deployment/immediate action.

    Written exam, and/or Role play exercises, and Active Threat Response Exercise

    Who Should Attend: See the link below:

    https://www.ptb.illinois.gov/training/school-resource-officer/school-resource-officer-course/

    Mobile In-Service Training Team # 7 Illinois Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    MTU #7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Meets the following mandatory training criteria: Civil Rights 1.50 hours, Constitutional Use of LE Authority 1 hour, Crisis Intervention 4 hours,
    Cultural Competency 2.5 hours, Human Rights .50-hour, Legal Updates 3 hours, Officer wellness/mental health 1 hour, Procedural Justice 7.5 hours, Psychology of Domestic Violence .50 hours, Reporting of Child Abuse and Neglect .50 hours, De-Escalation Techniques 3 hours including 2.5 hours of Scenario Based, Laws concerning stops, searches, and use of force 1 hour, Officer Safety Techniques including cover, concealment and time 3 hours including 2.5 hours of Scenario Based, Active Threat Response 7 hours including 6 hours of Scenario Based, Juvenile Law 6 hours, and Officer & Youth Interaction 8 hours.

     

  • 21
    21.March.Tuesday

    School Resource Officer - Peru PD, Peru, IL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    03-21-2023-03-24-2023
    Peru Police Department Training Room
    2650 North Peoria Street Peru, IL 61354

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Brian Fengel, Director

    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu

    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

     

    School Resource Officer

    Instructor: Gail Sullivan, Patricia Binfa, & Threat Assessment Instructor

    March 20-24, 2023

    8am – 4pm

    Class will meet at: Peru PD, 2650 N. Peoria Street, Peru, IL 

    Enrollment Deadline: March 13, 2023

    Course Size: Maximum – 20

    Officers must have three years of certified, full time officers or five years of certified part time law enforcement to be eligible for this program.

    Couse Objectives

    This 40-hour course is designed for any law enforcement officer or school administrator working in an educational environment Attendees will gain a solid working knowledge of the School Resource Officer concept and how to establish a lasting partnership with their schools. 8 hours of this course is designed to train officers to perform solo officer response rapid deployment/immediate action tactics.

    Course Content

    Three main areas will be addressed: The protections of the Illinois Juvenile Court Act, Serving within a school environment and Threat response.

    Juvenile Law – To provide officers with an overview of the Juvenile Court Act and other legal protections enacted to prevent harm to minors within the criminal justice system.

    Officer and Youth Interactions – To provide officers with an overview of their role within a school setting, the types of behaviors they will likely encounter, and tactics for identifying and responding to criminal activity, emergencies and threats.

    School Threat Response – The focus of this program will be to provide officers with the knowledge and specialized tactical skills to perform solo officer rapid deployment/immediate action.

    Written exam, and/or Role play exercises, and Active Threat Response Exercise

    Who Should Attend: See the link below:

    https://www.ptb.illinois.gov/training/school-resource-officer/school-resource-officer-course/

    Mobile In-Service Training Team # 7 Illinois Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    MTU #7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Meets the following mandatory training criteria: Civil Rights 1.50 hours, Constitutional Use of LE Authority 1 hour, Crisis Intervention 4 hours,
    Cultural Competency 2.5 hours, Human Rights .50-hour, Legal Updates 3 hours, Officer wellness/mental health 1 hour, Procedural Justice 7.5 hours, Psychology of Domestic Violence .50 hours, Reporting of Child Abuse and Neglect .50 hours, De-Escalation Techniques 3 hours including 2.5 hours of Scenario Based, Laws concerning stops, searches, and use of force 1 hour, Officer Safety Techniques including cover, concealment and time 3 hours including 2.5 hours of Scenario Based, Active Threat Response 7 hours including 6 hours of Scenario Based, Juvenile Law 6 hours, and Officer & Youth Interaction 8 hours.

     

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