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  • 03
    03.October.Monday

    Juvenile Officers Certification Class - CIPTC, Peoria, IL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    10-03-2022-10-06-2022
    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

    Juvenile Officers Certification Class

    Instructor: Gail Sullivan and Patti Binfa

    October 3-6, 2022
    8am – 4pm

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

    Enrollment Deadline: September 26, 2022

    Course Size: Maximum – 30

    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.

  • 04
    04.October.Tuesday

    Juvenile Officers Certification Class - CIPTC, Peoria, IL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    10-04-2022-10-06-2022
    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

    Juvenile Officers Certification Class

    Instructor: Gail Sullivan and Patti Binfa

    October 3-6, 2022
    8am – 4pm

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

    Enrollment Deadline: September 26, 2022

    Course Size: Maximum – 30

    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.

  • 05
    05.October.Wednesday

    Juvenile Officers Certification Class - CIPTC, Peoria, IL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    10-05-2022-10-06-2022
    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

    Juvenile Officers Certification Class

    Instructor: Gail Sullivan and Patti Binfa

    October 3-6, 2022
    8am – 4pm

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

    Enrollment Deadline: September 26, 2022

    Course Size: Maximum – 30

    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.

  • 05
    05.October.Wednesday

    Investigating Infant and Child Death - Auditorium Ballroom, LaSalle, IL

    8:00 AM-5:00 PM
    10-05-2022
    Auditorium Ballroom
    109 Wright St, La Salle, IL 61301, 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

    Investigating Infant and Child Death

    Instructor: Darren Drake

    October 5, 2022

     8am – 5pm

    Class will meet at: Auditorium Ballroom, 109 Wright Street, LaSalle, IL

    REGISTER: Registration for Investigating Infant and Child Death

    Investigating infant and child deaths require a unique approach and can be complicated for even the most experience of investigators. These scenes, more than any other type, are highly charged and emotional. If not investigated with a pre-determined set of standards; evidence can be missed or scenes can be misinterpreted.

    The course is designed with the detective or patrol officer investigating death, and coroners or medicolegal death investigators in mind. This course will specifically discuss scene processing, last know re-enactments, witness and family statements, evidence collection and documentation, injury and wound interpretation and investigative techniques as they relate to child and infant death. This course contains photography of real scenes and pathology evidence.

    Course Content

    The training will thoroughly cover the numerous aspects of these investigative cases and promote critical thinking and evaluation of these crime scenes and all the unique pieces to help delineate homicides from accidental natural deaths, even in the most subtle of cases.

    Participants are encouraged to bring a challenging case to discuss with the class and the instructors. It is always helpful to have fellow professional look at your tough cases with a fresh set of eyes. By attending the training, investigators will glean from the presentation of this complex subject and expand their knowledge in this area.

     About the Instructor

    Darren Drake is a law enforcement professional with over 35 years’ experience in criminal and medicolegal death investigations. Darren has worked in both the law enforcement realm of investigations as well as in the role of senior investigator with the coroner’s office for over 20 years. This combined investigative experience has uniquely established Darren as an expert in investigations which allows him to consult and teach internationally on investigation practices and procedures.

    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: 8 hours of continuing education for Lead Homicide Investigator

  • 06
    06.October.Thursday

    Juvenile Officers Certification Class - CIPTC, Peoria, IL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    10-06-2022-10-06-2022
    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

    Juvenile Officers Certification Class

    Instructor: Gail Sullivan and Patti Binfa

    October 3-6, 2022
    8am – 4pm

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

    Enrollment Deadline: September 26, 2022

    Course Size: Maximum – 30

    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.

  • 06
    06.October.Thursday

    Fire Arson Death Investigation - Peoria City County Health Department, Peoria, IL

    9:00 AM-1:00 PM
    10-06-2022
    Peoria City County Health Department
    2116 N Sheridan Rd, Peoria, IL 61604, 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

    Fire Arson Death Investigation

    October 6, 2022

    9am – 1pm

    Class will meet at: Peoria City County Health Department, 2116 N. Sheridan Road, Peoria, IL

    Cost $10.00 per officer

    Lunch will be served

    Register with: Coronerinfo@peoriacounty.org

    For questions or details call: 309-669-2000

    Sponsored by Peoria County Coroner, Peoria Fire Department and Central Illinois Police Training Center

     

    The class is designed to provide:

    • An overview of fire/arson investigations,
    • Review an arson/homicide investigation from start to finish,
    • Receive an overview of best practices from our board-certified forensic pathologist when relating to fire/arson death investigations,
    • A Question/Answer Session with Fire Investigation and Death Investigation Experts

    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 Course Approval 

  • 11
    11.October.Tuesday

    Meeting the Leadership Challenges of Law Enforcement “First Line Supervision” CIPTC, Poplar P101, Peoria, IL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    10-11-2022-10-13-2022
    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

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

     Instructor: Rick Baker, Law Enforcement Risk Management Group

    October 11-13, 2022

     (2.5 days of training)

    October 11-12, 2022, 8am – 4pm

    October 13, 2022, 8am – 12pm

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

    Enrollment Deadline: October 4, 2022

    Course Size Maximum – 64

    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 as well)
    • 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

  • 12
    12.October.Wednesday

    Meeting the Leadership Challenges of Law Enforcement “First Line Supervision” CIPTC, Poplar P101, Peoria, IL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    10-12-2022-10-13-2022
    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

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

     Instructor: Rick Baker, Law Enforcement Risk Management Group

    October 11-13, 2022

     (2.5 days of training)

    October 11-12, 2022, 8am – 4pm

    October 13, 2022, 8am – 12pm

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

    Enrollment Deadline: October 4, 2022

    Course Size Maximum – 64

    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 as well)
    • 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.October.Thursday

    Meeting the Leadership Challenges of Law Enforcement “First Line Supervision” CIPTC, Poplar P101, Peoria, IL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    10-13-2022-10-13-2022
    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

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

     Instructor: Rick Baker, Law Enforcement Risk Management Group

    October 11-13, 2022

     (2.5 days of training)

    October 11-12, 2022, 8am – 4pm

    October 13, 2022, 8am – 12pm

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

    Enrollment Deadline: October 4, 2022

    Course Size Maximum – 64

    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 as well)
    • 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

  • 14
    14.October.Friday

    First Responder Health, Wellness and Fitness - Peru PD, Peru, IL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    10-14-2022
    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

    First Responder Health, Wellness and Fitness

     Instructor: Steve Petrilli, Normal PD

    October 14, 2022

     8am – 4pm

     

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

     

    Enrollment Deadline: October 7, 2022

    Course Size:  Maximum – 25

    Course Objective

    This class will provide fact-based information and debunk the numerous nutrition, health and
    wellness “fads” that exist. I will empower attendees with science-based information to make
    positive changes to their nutrition, fitness, and overall health. Attendees will leave this
    training session with the knowledge and resources to have better informed conversations
    with their personal physicians and ultimately become the best advocates for their own health
    optimization.
    This course is designed for administrators/supervisors as well as line staff.  This program is
    interactive and will take a commonsense approach to explaining the subject of health,
    wellness, and fitness. The training will cover in detail – not vague suggestive terms – how to
    build a successful wellness/fitness program for individuals as well as organizations.

    Course Content

    Topics include:
    1) Insulin Resistance, Inflammation, Heart Health, Disease Prevention and how they are
    related.
    2) Guidance to help attendees understand their own blood work and how it relates to overall
    health.
    3) Employee Wellness Program development with a focus on Nutrition, Supplements,
    Fitness Training, Financial Planning and Mental Health Awareness.
    4) How to gauge success in wellness/fitness programs to include pre- and post-testing
    options and how to fund them.
    5) Nutrition instruction that will discuss in detail what to eat for reduction in bodily
    inflammation and health optimization. Macro nutrient based nutritional protocols will be an
    area of emphasis during class instruction.
    6) How proper nutrition protocols directly relate to improved blood health markers, disease
    prevention, insulin response and reduction of bodily inflammation.
    7) The importance of adequate sleep, stress reduction, hydration and recovery.

    The fitness programming portion of the class is appropriate for beginners as well as
    experienced practitioners. The topics covered include fitness best practices, workout
    programming, breathing exercises and how to begin a safe, effective workout routine
    immediately regardless of current fitness or skill level.

     About the Instructor

    Steve Petrilli has been with the Normal Police Department for 23 years and is currently the
    Assistant Chief of Police. He has been a Recruiter, FTO, SWAT Operator and K-9 handler.
    Steve has held supervisory roles in Patrol, VICE, SWAT, Pro-Active Gang Crimes Unit and
    for the Town of Normal Employee Wellness and Insurance Committees.  He is a graduate of
    Illinois State University (B.S.), Northwestern Police Staff and Command #250 and the FBI
    National Academy Session #264.  Steve is a former college athlete, a Certified Physical
    Preparation Specialist (CPPS), a CF-L1 Trainer, and has successfully completed L-1 Power
    Athlete Methodology Training, CrossFit Law Enforcement Application Specialty Training and
    Lee Taft Speed School. Steve is currently a part-time Strength and Conditioning Coach at
    The Athlete Factory in Bloomington, Illinois and has extensive experience training first
    responders, youth, high-school and collegiate athletes.

    Steve is a current Senior Faculty Member and Director of Officer Health and Wellbeing
    Education for the National Command and Staff College. Steve instructs on the topic of
    Officer Health, Wellness and Fitness nationwide. Steve is a Senior Executive Advisor and
    Director of Strategic Implementation for the metabolic health technology company ELEXR.
    Steve is also the founder of First Responder Health and Wellness LLC.

    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 2 hours & Officer Wellness/Mental Health 6 hours

  • 17
    17.October.Monday

    PepperBall Instructor/Armorer Certification - CIPTC, Poplar Hall, P101, Peoria, IL

    8:00 AM-5:00 PM
    10-17-2022-10-18-2022
    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

    PepperBall Instructor/Armorer Certification

    REGISTRATION AT: WWW.PEPPERBALL.COM

    or call: TOLL FREE NUMBER 877-887-3773

    Instructor: PepperBall

    October 17-18, 2022

    8am – 5pm

    Class will meet at CIPTC, 5407 N. University, Poplar Hall P101, Peoria

    Two-day course only $495 per officer

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

    Please note that the course begins promptly at 8:00 am. You should plan to show up at least 15 minutes early. All necessary equipment is provided by PepperBall. A training manual, flash drive, live-fire certification rounds and visual aids are also included. Appropriate training attire should be worn (No shorts, sandals, etc.). Please bring safety glasses. If you wear contacts, please have the ability to remove them at the training site. No firearms or ammo allowed in class.

    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: Legal Updates 2 hours, Use of Force 12 hours, De-escalation Techniques 2 hours

  • 18
    18.October.Tuesday

    PepperBall Instructor/Armorer Certification - CIPTC, Poplar Hall, P101, Peoria, IL

    8:00 AM-5:00 PM
    10-18-2022-10-18-2022
    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

    PepperBall Instructor/Armorer Certification

    REGISTRATION AT: WWW.PEPPERBALL.COM

    or call: TOLL FREE NUMBER 877-887-3773

    Instructor: PepperBall

    October 17-18, 2022

    8am – 5pm

    Class will meet at CIPTC, 5407 N. University, Poplar Hall P101, Peoria

    Two-day course only $495 per officer

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

    Please note that the course begins promptly at 8:00 am. You should plan to show up at least 15 minutes early. All necessary equipment is provided by PepperBall. A training manual, flash drive, live-fire certification rounds and visual aids are also included. Appropriate training attire should be worn (No shorts, sandals, etc.). Please bring safety glasses. If you wear contacts, please have the ability to remove them at the training site. No firearms or ammo allowed in class.

    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: Legal Updates 2 hours, Use of Force 12 hours, De-escalation Techniques 2 hours

  • 19
    19.October.Wednesday

    C.R.I.M.E. 123 CIPTC, Poplar P101, Peoria, IL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    10-19-2022
    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

    C.R.I.M.E. 123

    Criminal Related Interview Made Easy

    Instructor: Domenic Cappelluti

    Public Grants & Training Initiatives

    This project is supported by Homeland Security funds, awarded by the Illinois Terrorism Task Force through the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board Executive Institute.

    October 19, 2022

    8am– 4pm

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

     Enrollment Deadline: October 12, 2022

    Course Size:  Minimum – 15   Maximum – 64

    Course Object

    This 8 hour course has been specifically designed by the instructor, Detective Domenic Cappelluti, to prepare all detectives, investigators, agents, supervisors, gang officers and uniformed patrol officers to become effective interviewers when conducting criminal investigations and other professional duties as directed by their respective agencies.

     Course Content

    The focus of this course is to provide law enforcement personnel with specialized interview and interrogation training that will assist in developing the knowledge and skill level needed to effectively and professionally conduct interviews and interrogations with today’s most experienced criminals.  Each specific module has been designed for every participant to focus on self-evaluation and address their own strong and weak points as they prepare to become professional interviewers.

    From newer officers to the more experienced detectives, participants will learn to easily separate the interview and interrogation process in three easy steps.  Each crucial step provides simple and straightforward how-to’s that will assist in obtaining difficult confessions and solving criminal cases.

    Course goals and objectives:

    Understand the process of interviews and interrogations

    Accurately and systematically get the truth and avoid false confessions

    Learn successful preparation steps

    Understand the interviewer’s and suspect’s physical and verbal behavior

    Choose the appropriate interrogation approach depending on the circumstances

    Obtain and protect voluntary confessions

    About the Instructor:

    Domenic Cappelluti CFI, is a veteran detective with the Waukegan (Illinois) Police Department and a former Group Supervisor of the elite Lake County, IL Major Crime Task Force. With over 24 years of experience Dom has specialized in high profile violent street crimes, gang homicides, murder for hire cases on gang and drug officers and officer involved shootings. During his career, he has worked in various divisions, and avidly supervised the Criminal Investigations Bureau and the Gang Suppression Unit. Dom has proudly conducted and directed hundreds of gang and drug related operations throughout Lake County, Cook County and the Chicago metropolitan area targeting Chicago based street gangs. He is fluent in Spanish and Italian and has successfully conducted thousands of interviews and interrogations in Spanish with gang members from various gangs.

    Having personally been targeted in a large scale murder for hire plot, Dom has been an intricate part in receiving federal funding and working with members of Congress to establish a clear understanding of the war on gangs and the approach that’s needed for successful. He continues to combat the media and has dedicated his career to fighting Freedom of Information Act violations, protecting officers’ rights and defending the work quality of experienced interviewers from the mirage placed on society from today’s biased media.

    Dom is a nationally recognized lecturer for his vast experience in interviewing and interrogation, homicide and street gangs. Dom passionately teaches law enforcement officers and federal agents across the United States and Mexico. He has successfully testified as an expert in gangs, homicide and interviewing and interrogation in various courts across the United States. Dom is the recipient of numerous prestigious awards for his accomplishments. He has been honored by his police department, state and federal agencies, Congress and various newspapers.

    Dom was proudly selected by a government agency to represent the United States, internationally, in a joint governmental operation that provided interview and interrogation training that is currently being used to target members of various Mexican street gangs and drug cartels. Dom is the creator and lead seminar instructor of the Gang Combat Dynamics Series, Criminal Related Interviewing Made Easy (C.R.I.M.E. 123), Investigating Street Homicides, and Courtroom Success: How to Testifying in High Profile Cases. Dom is now the author of: “Criminal Related Interviewing Made Easy- A Step-by-Step Guide.” Still working the streets and interview rooms today, Dom’s teaching style and fresh approach always delivers an awesome experience for audiences of all sizes. Enjoy!

    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, Constitutional and Proper use of Law Enforcement Authority 3 hours, Procedural Justice 2 hours, and Lead Homicide Investigator 8 hours (LHI -Mandated 32 hours every four years after initial training)

  • 26
    26.October.Wednesday

    TASER CEW Basic Instructor Course - Axon - Peru PD, Peru, IL - Class Full

    8:00 AM-5:00 PM
    10-26-2022
    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

    Taser Energy Weapon Instructor Course

    Instructor: AXON Enterprise Inc.

    October 26, 2022

    8am – 5pm

    $375.00 per officer

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

    Class Full

    Online 4 hours(pre-requisite to attend the in person class) and In-person class – 8 hours 

    Course Size: Minimum: 12 Maximum: 28

    Enrollment Deadline: October 19, 2022

    Class Description

    Taser T26P, X2, Taser 7 and Taser CQ instructor certification course. With the release of version 22, we have enhanced the instructor course to teach students how to develop and safely execute scenarios and isolation drills, and provide more in-depth scenario training. You will be certified to instruct others on the use of X26P, X2, Taser 7 and Taser 7 CQ energy weapons. Students will be required to complete an interactive on-line experience prior to attending the one day in-classroom training. The online course should take about 3-4 hour to complete. We recommend dedicating 30-40 minutes each day, over a few days, to the online courseware. After completion of the online experience you will then attend an 8 hour practical day sessions.

    What to bring:

    Dress – Appropriate Training Attire

    Department Issued Taser Holster – if applicable

    Duty Belt and Training Holster

    What not to bring:

    No firearms

    No ammunition

    No Taser Energy Weapon (will be provided by AXON)

    No defense sprays

    No weapons of any kind

    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: Use of Force 11 hours, De-escalation Techniques .50 hours and Officer Safety Techniques, including cover, concealment and time .50 hours

     

     

  • 27
    27.October.Thursday

    Basic Cell Extraction - Peru PD, Training Room, Peru

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    10-27-2022-10-28-2022
    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

    Basic Cell Extraction Techniques

    Instructor: IDOC

    October 27-28, 2022

    8am – 4pm

    Class will meet at: Peru PD, Training Room, 2650 Peoria Street, Peru

    Enrollment Deadline: October 20, 2022

    Course Size: Maximum 30

    Course Objective

    The purpose of this training is to provide correctional employees and/or responding law enforcement personnel with basic cell extraction techniques that will increase offender compliance, reduce department liability, and reduce possibility of injury to both staff and offenders.

    Course Content

    By the end of the training officers will develop knowledge and skills in:

    • Immediate vs Calculated Use of Force in a Correctional Setting
    • Cell Extraction Overview
    • Video/Audio Recording Considerations
    • Single Offender Extraction Procedures
    • Multiple Offender Extraction Procedures
    • Excited Delirium and Positional Asphyxia

    What to Bring:

    Riot Helmet, Vest, gloves, shields, gas mask and other equipment that is used for cell extractions.

    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 .50 hours, Constitutional Use of LE Authority .50, Emergency Medical Response training and certification 1 hour, Procedural Justice 1.50 hours, Laws concerning stops, searches and use of force 6.50 hours – with 6 hours of Scenario Based Training

     

  • 28
    28.October.Friday

    Basic Cell Extraction - Peru PD, Training Room, Peru

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    10-28-2022-10-28-2022
    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

    Basic Cell Extraction Techniques

    Instructor: IDOC

    October 27-28, 2022

    8am – 4pm

    Class will meet at: Peru PD, Training Room, 2650 Peoria Street, Peru

    Enrollment Deadline: October 20, 2022

    Course Size: Maximum 30

    Course Objective

    The purpose of this training is to provide correctional employees and/or responding law enforcement personnel with basic cell extraction techniques that will increase offender compliance, reduce department liability, and reduce possibility of injury to both staff and offenders.

    Course Content

    By the end of the training officers will develop knowledge and skills in:

    • Immediate vs Calculated Use of Force in a Correctional Setting
    • Cell Extraction Overview
    • Video/Audio Recording Considerations
    • Single Offender Extraction Procedures
    • Multiple Offender Extraction Procedures
    • Excited Delirium and Positional Asphyxia

    What to Bring:

    Riot Helmet, Vest, gloves, shields, gas mask and other equipment that is used for cell extractions.

    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 .50 hours, Constitutional Use of LE Authority .50, Emergency Medical Response training and certification 1 hour, Procedural Justice 1.50 hours, Laws concerning stops, searches and use of force 6.50 hours – with 6 hours of Scenario Based Training

     

  • 29
    29.October.Saturday

    Active Shooter / Active Threat / Solo Officer Response Course, CIPTC, Peoria, IL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    10-29-2022
    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

    Active Shooter / Active Threat / Solo Officer Response Course

    Instructor: Nathan Hastings and Dan Glover

    October 29, 2022

     8am – 4pm

     

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

    Enrollment Deadline: October 22, 2022

    Course Size:  Minimum – 15 Maximum – 20

    Course Objective

    To provide Officer/Deputies with the tactics and technical aspects of responding to and implementing a law enforcement first responder deployment to an active shooter event.  The course utilizes on-site presentations, instructor-led practical exercises, as well as force-on-force scenario-based practical exercises designed to train law enforcement first responders to deploy to an active shooter event.

    Course Content

    • Hostage Barricade vs. Active Shooter
    • Weapons Manipulation/Handling
    • Team Formation/Team Movement Techniques
    • Threshold Evaluation
    • Setting up for and Conducting Room Entries
    • Approaches to the Crisis Site and Breaching Options
    • Improvised Explosive Devices and Casualty Extraction Tactics
    • Post-Engagement Priorities of work / Rescue Task Force
    • Scenario Based Practical Exercises

     

    What to bring:

    Simunitions Gear:  The course requires every attendee to be equipped with a converted patrol rifle and pistol that shoot marking cartridges.  No live ammunition will be permitted on the training site. MTU # 7 has a limited supply of SIM pistols and SIM AR15s that will be available for those that do not have their own converted weapons. Please contact Deputy Hastings (nhastings@tazewell-il.gov) if you need to borrow a SIM rifle and/or SIM Glock 17T pistols. ANY OTHER QUESTIONS OR TO REGISTER CONTACT MTU # 7.

    Officers are required to have converted weapons and supply their own marking ammunition. MTU # 7 will not provide marking rounds for the training. Officers must have a minimum of 200 marking rounds (100 pistol/100 rifle – any color). Officers should also bring a protective mask and neck/groin protection if available.

    Acceptable marking rounds include:

    9mm & .223 Simunitions.

    9mm & .223 UTM / Force-on-Force Brand: only if agency provides “brand specific” rifles/pistols.

    Airsoft / Paint Ball systems and rounds may NOT be utilized in this course.

    Each attendee is required to bring the following equipment:

    Ballistic Vest – Concealed or outerwear

    Duty Belt w/ SIM pistol – marking rounds

    Converted/SIM Rifle with sling – marking rounds

    Hand held light

    “Police” identifying outer clothing / vest

    Department Ball Cap – W / “Police”

    PPE: Impact Resistant Safety Glasses / Mask / Gloves / Groin protection

    Water / Sport Drinks to Maintain Hydration

    Bring a bag lunch for the day.  We will be eating on-sight to minimize down time and weapon safety issues.

     

    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 . 50 hours, Crisis Intervention .50 hours, Emergency Medical Response training and certification 1 hour with 1 hour scenario-based hours, Officer safety techniques, including cover concealment and time 6 hours, with 4 hours of scenario-based training

     

  • 31
    31.October.Monday

    Freedom of Information Act - CIPTC, Peoria, IL

    8:00 AM-12:00 PM
    10-31-2022
    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

    Freedom of Information

    Instructor: Don Hays, Illinois Prosecutor Services

    October 31, 2022

    8am – 12pm

    Class will meet at CIPTC, ICC Peoria Campus, 5407 North University, Poplar Hall P101, Peoria

    Enrollment Deadline: October 24, 2022

    Course Size:  Minimum – 15 Maximum – 64

    Course Object

    The Freedom of Information Presentation will contain a complete analysis of the current Freedom of Information Statute. This will include a detailed discussion of the terms and definitions listed in the Act. The Illinois Attorney General’s guide to the application of the Freedom of Information Act will be analyzed.

     Course Content

    This will include the Attorney General’s Opinions on this subject and their determinations of the various problems that arise in dealing with this subject. Relevant case law will be analyzed. Additionally, the Illinois Police Blotter Act and numerous other provisions that have been created to deal with this Act will be discussed and analyzed. Specific topics to be discussed include: the limitations of the Act, various definitions that must be considered, the time deadlines provided by the Act, and the various exclusions from the coverage of the Act. Various techniques in dealing with FOI requests will be discussed and the alternative methods of responding to these requests will be listed and analyzed. In addition, the Local Records Act will be discussed. “Local Records” will be defined. Guidelines for compliance with these provisions concerning both paper and electronic records will be discussed. The required methods of identifying, inventorying, and destroying local records will be analyzed.

    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: Legal Updates 1 hour, Procedural Justice 3 hours

  • 31
    31.October.Monday

    Illinois Vehicle Code Update- CIPTC, Peoria, IL

    1:00 PM-5:00 PM
    10-31-2022
    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 Vehicle Code Update

    Instructor: Don Hays, Illinois Prosecutor Services

    October 31, 2022

    1pm – 4pm

    Class will meet at CIPTC, ICC Peoria Campus, 5407 North University, Poplar Hall P101, Peoria

    Enrollment Deadline: October 24, 2022

    Course Size:  Minimum – 15 Maximum – 64

    Course Object

    The Illinois Vehicle Code Update will contain a complete update of all of the statutory changes to the Illinois Vehicle Code that have occurred over the past three years.

    It will illustrate how theses legislative enactments have substantively changed the Vehicle Code.

    Course Content

    Additionally, various important recent case law decisions will be illustrated and discussed.  Finally, an analysis of pending Vehicle Code Changes, both in the Legislature and in the Courts, will be discussed. Specific topics to be covered include, among others, DUI; DWR; DWS; along with discussions of “hot topic” areas that have been dealt with by the Illinois legislature and the courts which impact upon how the Vehicle Code is construed and enforced.

     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: Civil Rights 1 hour, Constitutional and Proper use of Law Enforcement Authority .5 hours and Legal Updates 2 hours and Procedural Justice .5 hours

  • 05
    05.November.Saturday

    Active Shooter / Active Threat / Solo Officer Response Course, CIPTC, Peoria, IL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    11-05-2022
    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

    Active Shooter / Active Threat / Solo Officer Response Course

    Instructor: Nathan Hastings and Dan Glover

    November 5, 2022

     8am – 4pm

     

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

    Enrollment Deadline: October 29, 2022

    Course Size:  Minimum – 15 Maximum – 20

    Course Objective

    To provide Officer/Deputies with the tactics and technical aspects of responding to and implementing a law enforcement first responder deployment to an active shooter event.  The course utilizes on-site presentations, instructor-led practical exercises, as well as force-on-force scenario-based practical exercises designed to train law enforcement first responders to deploy to an active shooter event.

    Course Content

    • Hostage Barricade vs. Active Shooter
    • Weapons Manipulation/Handling
    • Team Formation/Team Movement Techniques
    • Threshold Evaluation
    • Setting up for and Conducting Room Entries
    • Approaches to the Crisis Site and Breaching Options
    • Improvised Explosive Devices and Casualty Extraction Tactics
    • Post-Engagement Priorities of work / Rescue Task Force
    • Scenario Based Practical Exercises

     

    What to bring:

    Simunitions Gear:  The course requires every attendee to be equipped with a converted patrol rifle and pistol that shoot marking cartridges.  No live ammunition will be permitted on the training site. MTU # 7 has a limited supply of SIM pistols and SIM AR15s that will be available for those that do not have their own converted weapons. Please contact Deputy Hastings (nhastings@tazewell-il.gov) if you need to borrow a SIM rifle and/or SIM Glock 17T pistols. ANY OTHER QUESTIONS OR TO REGISTER CONTACT MTU # 7.

    Officers are required to have converted weapons and supply their own marking ammunition. MTU # 7 will not provide marking rounds for the training. Officers must have a minimum of 200 marking rounds (100 pistol/100 rifle – any color). Officers should also bring a protective mask and neck/groin protection if available.

    Acceptable marking rounds include:

    9mm & .223 Simunitions.

    9mm & .223 UTM / Force-on-Force Brand: only if agency provides “brand specific” rifles/pistols.

    Airsoft / Paint Ball systems and rounds may NOT be utilized in this course.

    Each attendee is required to bring the following equipment:

    Ballistic Vest – Concealed or outerwear

    Duty Belt w/ SIM pistol – marking rounds

    Converted/SIM Rifle with sling – marking rounds

    Hand held light

    “Police” identifying outer clothing / vest

    Department Ball Cap – W / “Police”

    PPE: Impact Resistant Safety Glasses / Mask / Gloves / Groin protection

    Water / Sport Drinks to Maintain Hydration

    Bring a bag lunch for the day.  We will be eating on-sight to minimize down time and weapon safety issues.

     

    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 . 50 hours, Crisis Intervention .50 hours, Emergency Medical Response training and certification 1 hour with 1 hour scenario-based hours, Officer safety techniques, including cover concealment and time 6 hours, with 4 hours of scenario-based training

     

  • 09
    09.November.Wednesday

    Gang Combat Dynamics, Poplar P101, Peoria, IL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    11-09-2022-11-10-2022
    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

    Gang Combat Dynamics

    Instructor: Domenic Cappelluti

    Public Grants & Training Initiatives

    This project is supported by Homeland Security funds, awarded by the Illinois Terrorism Task Force through the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board Executive Institute.

    November 9-10, 2022

    8am– 4pm

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

     Enrollment Deadline: November 2, 2022

    Course Size:  Minimum – 15   Maximum – 64

    Course Object

    Course overview: The focus of this course is to provide law enforcement personnel with specialized training that will assist in developing the knowledge and skill level needed to effectively and professionally combat today’s most dangerous street gangs. This 16-hour (2-day) course will provide strategies to vigorously target, investigate, interview/interrogate, prosecute and prevent resurgence of criminal street gangs.

    Course goals will include:

    Understanding today’s gang alliances and their growing social network

    Gangs in schools

    Effective street interviewing

    Conducting gang investigations- graffiti to homicide

    Being successful in the interview- getting confessions from gang members

    Strategize your follow up attack- eradication strategies

    About the Instructor

     Domenic Cappelluti CFI, is a veteran detective with the Waukegan (Illinois) Police Department and a former Group Supervisor of the elite Lake County, IL Major Crime Task Force. With over 24 years of experience Dom has specialized in high profile violent street crimes, gang homicides, murder for hire cases on gang and drug officers and officer involved shootings. During his career, he has worked in various divisions, and avidly supervised the Criminal Investigations Bureau and the Gang Suppression Unit. Dom has proudly conducted and directed hundreds of gang and drug related operations throughout Lake County, Cook County and the Chicago metropolitan area targeting Chicago based street gangs. He is fluent in Spanish and Italian and has successfully conducted thousands of interviews and interrogations in Spanish with gang members from various gangs.

    Having personally been targeted in a large scale murder for hire plot, Dom has been an intricate part in receiving federal funding and working with members of Congress to establish a clear understanding of the war on gangs and the approach that’s needed for successful. He continues to combat the media and has dedicated his career to fighting Freedom of Information Act violations, protecting officers’ rights and defending the work quality of experienced interviewers from the mirage placed on society from today’s biased media.

    Dom is a nationally recognized lecturer for his vast experience in interviewing and interrogation, homicide and street gangs. Dom passionately teaches law enforcement officers and federal agents across the United States and Mexico. He has successfully testified as an expert in gangs, homicide and interviewing and interrogation in various courts across the United States. Dom is the recipient of numerous prestigious awards for his accomplishments. He has been honored by his police department, state and federal agencies, Congress and various newspapers.

    Dom was proudly selected by a government agency to represent the United States, internationally, in a joint governmental operation that provided interview and interrogation training that is currently being used to target members of various Mexican street gangs and drug cartels. Dom is the creator and lead seminar instructor of the Gang Combat Dynamics Series, Criminal Related Interviewing Made Easy (C.R.I.M.E. 123), Investigating Street Homicides, and Courtroom Success: How to Testifying in High Profile Cases. Dom is now the author of: “Criminal Related Interviewing Made Easy- A Step-by-Step Guide.” Still working the streets and interview rooms today, Dom’s teaching style and fresh approach always delivers an awesome experience for audiences of all sizes. Enjoy!

    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 4 hours, Constitutional and Proper use of Law Enforcement Authority 8 hours, Procedural Justice 4 hours, and Lead Homicide Investigator 16 hours (LHI -Mandated 32 hours every four years after initial training)

  • 10
    10.November.Thursday

    Gang Combat Dynamics, Poplar P101, Peoria, IL

    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    11-10-2022-11-10-2022
    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

    Gang Combat Dynamics

    Instructor: Domenic Cappelluti

    Public Grants & Training Initiatives

    This project is supported by Homeland Security funds, awarded by the Illinois Terrorism Task Force through the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board Executive Institute.

    November 9-10, 2022

    8am– 4pm

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

     Enrollment Deadline: November 2, 2022

    Course Size:  Minimum – 15   Maximum – 64

    Course Object

    Course overview: The focus of this course is to provide law enforcement personnel with specialized training that will assist in developing the knowledge and skill level needed to effectively and professionally combat today’s most dangerous street gangs. This 16-hour (2-day) course will provide strategies to vigorously target, investigate, interview/interrogate, prosecute and prevent resurgence of criminal street gangs.

    Course goals will include:

    Understanding today’s gang alliances and their growing social network

    Gangs in schools

    Effective street interviewing

    Conducting gang investigations- graffiti to homicide

    Being successful in the interview- getting confessions from gang members

    Strategize your follow up attack- eradication strategies

    About the Instructor

     Domenic Cappelluti CFI, is a veteran detective with the Waukegan (Illinois) Police Department and a former Group Supervisor of the elite Lake County, IL Major Crime Task Force. With over 24 years of experience Dom has specialized in high profile violent street crimes, gang homicides, murder for hire cases on gang and drug officers and officer involved shootings. During his career, he has worked in various divisions, and avidly supervised the Criminal Investigations Bureau and the Gang Suppression Unit. Dom has proudly conducted and directed hundreds of gang and drug related operations throughout Lake County, Cook County and the Chicago metropolitan area targeting Chicago based street gangs. He is fluent in Spanish and Italian and has successfully conducted thousands of interviews and interrogations in Spanish with gang members from various gangs.

    Having personally been targeted in a large scale murder for hire plot, Dom has been an intricate part in receiving federal funding and working with members of Congress to establish a clear understanding of the war on gangs and the approach that’s needed for successful. He continues to combat the media and has dedicated his career to fighting Freedom of Information Act violations, protecting officers’ rights and defending the work quality of experienced interviewers from the mirage placed on society from today’s biased media.

    Dom is a nationally recognized lecturer for his vast experience in interviewing and interrogation, homicide and street gangs. Dom passionately teaches law enforcement officers and federal agents across the United States and Mexico. He has successfully testified as an expert in gangs, homicide and interviewing and interrogation in various courts across the United States. Dom is the recipient of numerous prestigious awards for his accomplishments. He has been honored by his police department, state and federal agencies, Congress and various newspapers.

    Dom was proudly selected by a government agency to represent the United States, internationally, in a joint governmental operation that provided interview and interrogation training that is currently being used to target members of various Mexican street gangs and drug cartels. Dom is the creator and lead seminar instructor of the Gang Combat Dynamics Series, Criminal Related Interviewing Made Easy (C.R.I.M.E. 123), Investigating Street Homicides, and Courtroom Success: How to Testifying in High Profile Cases. Dom is now the author of: “Criminal Related Interviewing Made Easy- A Step-by-Step Guide.” Still working the streets and interview rooms today, Dom’s teaching style and fresh approach always delivers an awesome experience for audiences of all sizes. Enjoy!

    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 4 hours, Constitutional and Proper use of Law Enforcement Authority 8 hours, Procedural Justice 4 hours, and Lead Homicide Investigator 16 hours (LHI -Mandated 32 hours every four years after initial training)

  • 14
    14.November.Monday

    Criminal Connections: Child Exploitation Material and Child Sexual Abuse, CIPTC, Peoria, IL

    8:30 AM-4:30 PM
    11-14-2022-11-15-2022
    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

    Criminal Connections: Child Exploitation Material and Child Sexual Abuse

     Instructor: David Frattare and Pauline Renick

    National Criminal Justice Training Center

    November 14-15, 2022

     8:30am – 4:30pm

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

    Enrollment Deadline: November 7, 2022

    Course Size: Maximum – 35

    Register with the National Criminal Justice Training Center:

    https://ncjtc.fvtc.edu/trainings/TR00007102/TRI1286421/criminal-connections-child-exploitation-material-and-child-sexual-abuse

    Course Objective

    Explore investigative strategies that address the relationship between child sexual abuse and child sexual abuse materials (child pornography) to supplement an investigation and corroborate victim statements. Gather new tools and resources for the most comprehensive case outcomes.

    Course Content

    Apply research discussing the relationship between contact offenses and child pornography.

    Consider current legal issues relating to child pornography and child sexual abuse cases.

    Leverage interview and interrogation techniques that maximize evidence discovery in sexual abuse cases.

    Understand ICAC task force’s role in investigating child pornography.

    Consider opportunities to enhance investigations through multi-disciplinary investigative strategies.

    Past participants had this to say…

    “Learning the various methods and investigative practices that can be used for more efficient prosecution will be very helpful in my profession.”

    “Very impressive- the instructors had relevant and real experience in the field and were very well spoken. Lots of interaction with participants.”

    “Great overview of ICAC and sex crime cases!”

    “Information related to interviewing children and apps will be really useful – I definitely learned more about tools and resources available to law enforcement.”

    About the Instructor:

    David Frattare Director of State Investigations / ICAC Commander, Cuyahoga County Prosecutors Office, Ohio Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Director Frattare is responsible for the investigation, coordination and supervision of undercover online investigations involving the sexual exploitation of children. He serves as the national representative for the Internet Crimes Against Children program in Ohio and provides training to law enforcement officers in the areas of undercover online investigations and peer-to-peer investigations. Prior to his employment with the Cuyahoga County Prosecutors Office, Director Frattare was employed for 12 years as a Special Agent with the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General’s Bureau of Criminal Investigation. From 2005 to 2009, he was assigned to the Attorney General’s Child Predator Unit and was responsible for more than 60 arrests throughout the U.S. and Canada involving the online sexual exploitation of children. He has received extensive training in the investigation, detection, and prosecution of crimes against children and has given more than 400 Internet safety presentations.

    Pauline Renick Retired Detective with the Bellingham Police Department, Bellingham, Washington Pauline has been in Law Enforcement for 37 years. Currently, she is working as a crime analyst in the area of Internet Crimes Against Children. She also served as a Task Force Officer for the Department of Homeland Security Investigations. Her previous assignments included Mountain Bike Patrol, Patrol Division, D.A.R.E. Officer, High School Resource Officer, Field Training Officer and Master Patrol Officer. She has experience working cases of child sexual assault, child abuse and domestic violence related crimes. She also worked these types of cases during her assignment as a Special Agent for the US Army Criminal Investigation Division Command (CID). She is the only female recipient of the Medal of Valor in the history of her department. Pauline is also a child forensic interviewer and involved in the community providing educational information to teens, parents and specialized professions, regarding the topic of the Internet Crimes Against Children.

    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 Course Approval

     

     

  • 15
    15.November.Tuesday

    Criminal Connections: Child Exploitation Material and Child Sexual Abuse, CIPTC, Peoria, IL

    8:30 AM-4:30 PM
    11-15-2022-11-15-2022
    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

    Criminal Connections: Child Exploitation Material and Child Sexual Abuse

     Instructor: David Frattare and Pauline Renick

    National Criminal Justice Training Center

    November 14-15, 2022

     8:30am – 4:30pm

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

    Enrollment Deadline: November 7, 2022

    Course Size: Maximum – 35

    Register with the National Criminal Justice Training Center:

    https://ncjtc.fvtc.edu/trainings/TR00007102/TRI1286421/criminal-connections-child-exploitation-material-and-child-sexual-abuse

    Course Objective

    Explore investigative strategies that address the relationship between child sexual abuse and child sexual abuse materials (child pornography) to supplement an investigation and corroborate victim statements. Gather new tools and resources for the most comprehensive case outcomes.

    Course Content

    Apply research discussing the relationship between contact offenses and child pornography.

    Consider current legal issues relating to child pornography and child sexual abuse cases.

    Leverage interview and interrogation techniques that maximize evidence discovery in sexual abuse cases.

    Understand ICAC task force’s role in investigating child pornography.

    Consider opportunities to enhance investigations through multi-disciplinary investigative strategies.

    Past participants had this to say…

    “Learning the various methods and investigative practices that can be used for more efficient prosecution will be very helpful in my profession.”

    “Very impressive- the instructors had relevant and real experience in the field and were very well spoken. Lots of interaction with participants.”

    “Great overview of ICAC and sex crime cases!”

    “Information related to interviewing children and apps will be really useful – I definitely learned more about tools and resources available to law enforcement.”

    About the Instructor:

    David Frattare Director of State Investigations / ICAC Commander, Cuyahoga County Prosecutors Office, Ohio Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Director Frattare is responsible for the investigation, coordination and supervision of undercover online investigations involving the sexual exploitation of children. He serves as the national representative for the Internet Crimes Against Children program in Ohio and provides training to law enforcement officers in the areas of undercover online investigations and peer-to-peer investigations. Prior to his employment with the Cuyahoga County Prosecutors Office, Director Frattare was employed for 12 years as a Special Agent with the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General’s Bureau of Criminal Investigation. From 2005 to 2009, he was assigned to the Attorney General’s Child Predator Unit and was responsible for more than 60 arrests throughout the U.S. and Canada involving the online sexual exploitation of children. He has received extensive training in the investigation, detection, and prosecution of crimes against children and has given more than 400 Internet safety presentations.

    Pauline Renick Retired Detective with the Bellingham Police Department, Bellingham, Washington Pauline has been in Law Enforcement for 37 years. Currently, she is working as a crime analyst in the area of Internet Crimes Against Children. She also served as a Task Force Officer for the Department of Homeland Security Investigations. Her previous assignments included Mountain Bike Patrol, Patrol Division, D.A.R.E. Officer, High School Resource Officer, Field Training Officer and Master Patrol Officer. She has experience working cases of child sexual assault, child abuse and domestic violence related crimes. She also worked these types of cases during her assignment as a Special Agent for the US Army Criminal Investigation Division Command (CID). She is the only female recipient of the Medal of Valor in the history of her department. Pauline is also a child forensic interviewer and involved in the community providing educational information to teens, parents and specialized professions, regarding the topic of the Internet Crimes Against Children.

    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 Course Approval

     

     

  • 17
    17.November.Thursday

    Stress and Burnout – Correctional Officers - CIPTC, Peoria, IL

    8:00 AM-12:00 PM
    11-17-2022
    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

    Stress and Burnout – Correctional Officers

    Instructor: Gail Sullivan

    November 17, 2022

    8am – 12pm

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

    Enrollment Deadline: November 10, 2022

    Course Size: Minimum -15 Maximum – 64

    Course Objective

    This training program has been designed by a clinical professional with the purpose of addressing the issues related to correctional officers and the various forms of stress that are unique to their profession.

    Being a correctional officer requires that a person have specific skills in order to maintain positive and healthy attitudes within their professional and personal lives. Correctional officers often see the negative side of life and the negative aspects of people. These pressures take their toll on officers. The effects upon officers is seen in elevated rates of suicide. The United States Department of Justice report indicates correctional officers have the highest rate of suicide among all American law enforcement officers.

    Course Content

    The goal of this course is to train correctional officers in self-care and in positive image production. In order to achieve this goal, focus will be specifically placed upon:

     Stress and the correctional officer
     Negative effects of stress on the body
     Consequences of stress and coping strategies
     Coping with the stress of a colleague’s suicide
     Addressing the myth of the infallible image
     Cognitive strategies of stress reduction
     Alcoholism – Divorce – Drug Abuse
     Suicide epidemic in correctional officers
     Humor as a tool of stress reduction
     Healthy lifestyles and stress reduction
     COVID and stress prevention in confinement

     

    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: Officer Wellness/Mental Health 1.50 hours

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