CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER
Brian Fengel, Director
Phone: (309) 690-7350
Fax: (309) 690-7359
Jean Swan: email@example.com
Heather Grove: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
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.
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:
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.