WSCJTC CD / DVD Training
Hands Only CPR
Sexual Assault Response Team
OVC's Sane-Sart online learning programs have been expanded to offers a Law Enforcement Track. It includes 32 hours of self-directed on-line learning followed by an 8-hour webinar (check schedule for applicable dates)
Office of Victims of Crime, Training and Technical Assistance Center:
Victim Assistance Training
Identity Theft Victim Assistance
Webinars (topics vary)
NIJ- various subjects (numerous web-based, free)
Crime Scene Investigation Training thru the National Forensic Academy Investigator - Virtual Reality
Army OneSource - regarding returning veterans –
"Treating the Invisible Wounds of War" - a self-paced training that includes CEU credits and a certificate of completion.
An initiative funded under contract by the Department of Homeland Security, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center. Apply today for a free subscription to Law Enforcement Online, an eLearning Library funded by the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center. You will have access to 200 online courses which you can complete directly on your computer. Many of these courses are certified for in-service credit by POST (Peace Officer Standards & Training) agencies.
Español for Law Enforcement: An Interactive Training Tool
Forensic DNA Training (several different titles)
Forensic Science Education
On-line, video on demand, and scheduled webinars (also check 'medico legal death investigation' for related classes)
Collecting DNA Evidence at Property Crime Scenes
Firearm Examiner Training
Compliance Checking (alcohol retailers)
FBI’s virtual academy
FEMA (beyond NIMS):
FEMA related, but on other hosted sites
Underage Drinking Enforcement Training Center UDETC: In December of 2010 the UDETC began offering distance learning opportunities featuring courses that present best practices and strategies for enforcement of underage drinking laws and efforts to reduce underage drinking. Funded by an OJJDP grant, these web-based, on-line courses are designed to provide basic information to the participant and serve as a foundation for on-site training provided by the UDETC. Participants can receive a certificate upon completion of one of these courses.
The Nationwide Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR) Initiative (NSI) Line Officer Training provides frontline law enforcement personnel with training to supplement their observation skills in recognizing behaviors and incidents that may indicate criminal activity associated with, or leading up to, terrorism. The training focuses on the critical role line officers have in the effective implementation of the SAR process by identifying - and documenting - suspicious activity.
IACP: International Association of Chiefs of Police
Publications: Law Enforcement and Corrections
Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Special Needs Subject Response Guide for Police Officers
Copies may be obtained at Corrections One, Police One, or by contacting the author
Washington State Patrol Forensic Laboratory Services Newsletters.
The National Institute of Corrections has numerous online courses posted on its learning center. Topics include budgetary considerations, strategic thinking, green business, motivating others, managing conflict, and team building. The courses are free for corrections professionals in executive and middle management, first-line supervision, offender programming, or training/staff development. (NIC)
National Institute of Justice (NIJ) - various subjects (numerous web-based, free)
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