FBI-LEEDA Supervisor Leadership Institute (SLI)

Presented by: FBI-LEEDA

January 11 - 15, 2021, 8:30 AM - 5 PM.

Tuition: $695.

To register, click here.

 

COURSE SUMMARY:

The Supervisor Leadership Institute (SLI) is part one of the three-step leadership series that makes up the FBI-LEEDA Trilogy.

The FBI-LEEDA Supervisor Leadership Institute (SLI) is a foundational 4½-day course that helps prepare the next generation of police leaders for their critical first steps in police leadership. Supervisors and managers at higher levels will benefit from the topics covered in this course, appreciating how first line supervisors are critical to the success of the organization. To lead others, we must first know ourselves and SLI takes us on that part of the leadership journey. Among the modules covered in this course, students will find out how the DISC factors, Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Compliance, can predict your behavior towards others in day-to-day interactions. The students will thoroughly examine the concepts of credibility, accountability and motivation, while becoming familiar with aspects of liability and discipline that are vital to leadership at all levels of the organization.

FBI-LEEDA instructors are current or former command-level law enforcement leaders who have not only extensive leadership experience, but a passion for teaching.

The following topics are covered in the Supervisor Leadership Institute:

  • Defining leadership, generational effects of leadership, leadership as a lifestyle, leadership traits
  • Building credibility, organizational credibility
  • Four pillars of discipline, immunity, alleviating team dysfunction
  • Participants will complete a DISC assessment of their personal leadership style

The cost of the Supervisor Leadership Institute is $695.

Sworn and professional law enforcement staff are welcome to all FBI-LEEDA courses.  You do not have to be a member to attend a course. Each student must register for courses under their own Username and Account.

For further information regarding this or any other FBI-LEEDA course, please contact FBI-LEEDA at 1-877-772-7712 or email us at: info@fbileeda.org.

 

Cancellation Policy:  FBI-LEEDA, Inc. makes every attempt to complete all of our scheduled courses, however, we may have to postpone or cancel any course because of insufficient paid enrollment, host agency request, or for any unforeseen circumstance, such as weather or illness. If FBI-LEEDA postpones or cancels a course, the student will have the option of enrolling in another course or be refunded the course registration fees in full. Re-enrollment must be done within 30 days from date of cancellation or a refund will be issued. FBI-LEEDA is not responsible for any travel costs or fees incurred by the student for any cancelled or postponed course. A student may request to be withdrawn from any course by emailing lweber@fbileeda.org  at least two business days prior to the start of the course. A $75 cancellation fee will be applied to refunds for student-initiated cancellations. Refunds will not be issued for no-shows. All registration fees must be paid in full prior to the start of the course.

To view the course flyer, click here.

Contact FBI-LEEDA 1-877-772-7712 with any questions.

 

FBI-LEEDA Reflective Leadership Institute (RLI)

Presented by: FBI-LEEDA

October 26 - 30, 2020, 8:30 AM - 5 PM.

Tuition: $695.

To register, click here.

To view the course flyer, click here.

COURSE SUMMARY:

The FBI-LEEDA Reflective Leadership Institute course represents the next level of leadership education for law enforcement professionals. This dynamic course focuses on learning to lead an inclusive culture within our law enforcement agencies. The goals of this 4½-day program include: creating a fair, unbiased, and inclusive police culture for the agency and community; effectively guide law enforcement agencies to realize the practical and moral value of cultural awareness and cultural intelligence; incorporate best practices for successfully navigating the complexities of our contemporary cultural with integrity; assemble concrete pathways for fair and unbiased leadership development of all employees in the agency; and, help create leaders with cultural wisdom and integrity as models for their internal communities and the public that they serve.

The RLI course focuses on leading an inclusive culture within our law enforcement agencies. The goals of the Reflective Leadership Institute are:

  • Create a fair, unbiased, and inclusive police culture for the agency and community.
  • Effectively guide the leaders of law enforcement agencies to realize the practical and moral value of cultural awareness and cultural intelligence.
  • Incorporate best practices for successfully navigating the complexities of our contemporary cultural context with integrity.
  • Suggest concrete pathways for fair and unbiased leadership development of all employees in the agency.
  • Help create leaders of cultural wisdom and integrity as models for their internal communities and the public that they serve.

This course may be seen as the next level of training for leaders who have completed the FBI-LEEDA Trilogy and who know that they must consider the diverse needs of the people in their current and future workplace contexts.

  • The registration fee for this program is $695.
  • Registration includes the cost of training and course materials; the fee does not include meals or travel expenses.
  • For further information concerning this program, or if you would be interested in hosting this program in your area, please contact FBI-LEEDA at 877-772-7712.
  • SEMINAR REGISTRATION IS OPEN TO ALL LAW ENFORCEMENT - SWORN AND PROFESSIONAL STAFF.
  • YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO BE A MEMBER OF FBI-LEEDA TO ATTEND.

Cancellation Policy:  FBI-LEEDA, Inc. makes every attempt to complete all of our scheduled courses, however, we may have to postpone or cancel any course because of insufficient paid enrollment, host agency request, or for any unforeseen circumstance, such as weather or illness. If FBI-LEEDA postpones or cancels a course, the student will have the option of enrolling in another course or be refunded the course registration fees in full. Re-enrollment must be done within 30 days from date of cancellation or a refund will be issued. FBI-LEEDA is not responsible for any travel costs or fees incurred by the student for any cancelled or postponed course. A student may request to be withdrawn from any course by emailing lweber@fbileeda.org  at least two business days prior to the start of the course. A $75 cancellation fee will be applied to refunds for student-initiated cancellations. Refunds will not be issued for no-shows. All registration fees must be paid in full prior to the start of the course.

Contact Sgt. Jess Irmiter for more information.
(jirmiter@edenprairie.org) 952-949-6216, or FBI-LEEDA 1-877-772-7712

 

Solutions for LE Managers and Supervisors

Solutions for LE Managers and Supervisors

Presented by: Greg Anderson, On-Target Solutions Group

October 21 - 22, 2020, 8 AM - 4 PM
14 hours (POST #10444-0002)

$250/ officer
$225/ if 3 or more from same agency

For more information and to register, click here.


COURSE OVERALL LEARNING GOAL:

This course would be applicable for: Anyone who supervises or manages employees from the executive level to experienced or new front line supervisors, or those who desire to understand impactful supervisory practices.
This dynamic two day course is a career development tool to enhance and refine the leadership skills of law enforcement supervisors across a variety of organizations. Good supervision transcends agencies and provides the core principles of quality supervisory techniques. It also lays a strong groundwork of knowledge for those striving to be promoted to supervisory positions. Concentrating on the idea that people are the true assets of their agency, participants will understand the importance of their role in maximizing employee performance through strong supervision techniques. You will understand the value in developing flexibility in your leadership approaches to garner peak performance and meet organizational goals.

Topics Include:

• Qualities of excellence in supervision
• Developing the leader within
• Leadership, management and supervision strategies
• Making a difference in your agency
• Communicating effectively both up and down
the chain of command
• DISC personal profile system
• Goal setting and implementation –
the supervisor’s role
• Preparing meaningful performance evaluations
Topics Include:
• Qualities of excellence in supervision
• Developing the leader within
• Leadership, management and supervision strategies
• Making a difference in your agency
• Communicating effectively both up and down
the chain of command
• DISC personal profile system
• Goal setting and implementation –
the supervisor’s role
• Preparing meaningful performance evaluations

NTOA SWAT Team Leader Development

Presented by: National Tactical Officers Association

Hosted by: Edina PD

August 10 - 14, 2020, 8:00 AM - 5 PM.

Tuition: $750 Non-members, $695 NTOA Individual Member

To register, click here.

 

COURSE SUMMARY:

This course is designed for law enforcement personnel who are responsible for deploying in the capacity as a SWAT Team Leader or as a supervisor who is responsible for the training and deployment of tactical teams. The focus of this training will be on pre-incident training, planning, organizing, and the tactical decision-making process used in the resolution of high-risk operations. Also included in the curriculum is an overview of SWAT training topics including selection and testing, training issues and liability, national SWAT standards and critical incident reviews. Practical applications will consist of scouting and planning warrants, small team planning, tactics used in the resolution of critical incidents, and the review of tactical incidents and videos. Attendees will participate in-group discussions, write operations orders, and develop training plans, plus critique and evaluate tactics and decisions based on a principle based SWAT decision-making process.

 

Registration deadline: 7/3/20

course # 20202070

Prerequisites: Sworn full-time law enforcement personnel

Student Equipment: Law Enforcement I. D., Laptop is helpful to the student, but not mandatory. (Student notebooks will be made available via Dropbox.), Business casual dress may be worn, SWAT call-out forms and briefing forms, After Action Report forms STUDENT RECOMMENDED READING LIST (STUDENTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO BRING TO CLASS FOR DISCUSSION & REVIEW):“Leadership and Training for the Fight: A Few Thoughts on Leadership and Training by a Former Special Operations Soldier” by MSF Paul R. Howe and “Sound Doctrine: A Tactical Primer” by Charles Sid Heal

Co-host Point of Contact:
Officer Jake Heckert jheckert@edinamn.gov

Nearest Airport:
Minneapolis – Saint Paul International Airport

Suggested Car Rental Agency
Use the following ID#, XZ17D23 to get the discounted rate. You can log onto www.enterprise.com and use the pin code of NAT or call 1-800-RENT-A-CAR

Hotel Suggestions:
Doubletree Hotel 952-835-7800 7800 Normandale Blvd. Minneapolis, MN 55439

Cancellation Policy:
Student will receive full refund of any paid fee if cancelled in writing 30+ days prior to course start.
NTOA will charge $100 cancellation fee if written notice is received less than 30 days prior to course start.
No written notice, no refund. Qualified substitutions are always acceptable.
NTOA reserves the right to cancel a course 30 days prior to the start date. We will notify you immediately if this occurs.

Completed registrations may be emailed to training@ntoa.org
Checks made payable to NTOA may be mailed to 7150 Campus Dr. Suite 215, Colorado Springs, CO 80920

This course is designed for law enforcement personnel who are responsible for deploying in the capacity as a SWAT Team Leader or as a supervisor who is responsible for the training and deployment of tactical teams. The focus of this training will be on pre-incident training, planning, organizing, and the tactical decision-making process used in the resolution of high-risk operations. Also included in the curriculum is an overview of SWAT training topics including selection and testing, training issues and liability, national SWAT standards and critical incident reviews. Practical applications will consist of scouting and planning warrants, small team planning, tactics used in the resolution of critical incidents, and the review of tactical incidents and videos. Attendees will participate in-group discussions, write operations orders, and develop training plans, plus critique and evaluate tactics and decisions based on a principle based SWAT decision-making process.

 

INSTRUCTIONAL GOALS
Upon completion of this course the attendee will be familiar with:
1. NTOA Tactical Response & Operational Standards for Law Enforcement
2. Recruitment, Selection, and Training of SWAT Personnel
3. Team Leader Legal Liability Concepts
4. SWAT Structure and Leadership
5. Survival for the Tactical Team Leader
6. Strategy, Training, and Mission Planning
7. Team Leaders and the OODA Loop
8. Less Lethal Tactical Decision-Making
9. High-Risk Warrant Service
10. Resolution of Barricaded Suspects
11. Hostage Rescue Operations
12. Principle Based Decision-Making Review
13. Incident Reviews from Past Operations

Peer Support: The Officer Wellness Force Multiplier

Peer Support Training

Hosted by: Eden Prairie PD

April 28 - 29, 2020, 9:00 AM - 5 PM.

Tuition: $125

To view the course flyer, click here.

Registration: Contact Sgt Jess Irmiter
PDTraining@edenprairie.org
952-949-6216

COURSE SUMMARY:

This two-day introductory course provides peer support team members with the principles and essential skills needed to best support coworkers in mental and emotional distress. Presentation topics include: ▪ building and maintaining trust ▪ what peer support is and is not ▪ how to organize thinking about officer distress ▪ understanding behavioral health issues ▪ listening skills ▪ psychological trauma and treatment ▪ alcohol misuse and addiction ▪ officer suicide prevention ▪ stress management and resiliency ▪ how to build and maintain a peer support program.

Instructor Brian Casey is a police sergeant, Employee Assistance Program director, and author of the book Good Cop, Good Cop: A Get Health, Stay Healthy Guide for Law Enforcement. He has over thirty years’ experience working as a paramedic, EMS Educator and police officer. His personal experience with critical incidents and his work as a health educator have given him special insight into the health and wellbeing of public safety personnel.

 

Managing an Incident Command Post and Tactical Operations Center

Presented by: National Tactical Officers Association

Hosted by: Edina PD

April 6, 2020, 8:00 AM - 5 PM.

Tuition: $234 Non-members, $179 NTOA Individual Member

To register, click here.

 

COURSE SUMMARY:

This one‐day, eight‐hour seminar is an instructional overview of emergency operations center; command post and tactical
operations center functions, structure, and operations. Command decision‐making through a proven system that
streamlines the flow of direction and information will be a central focus of this course.

course # 20202060

Prerequisites: Sworn full-time law enforcement personnel

Student Equipment: Law Enforcement ID, Laptop computer is highly recommended

Co-host Point of Contact:
Officer Jake Heckert jheckert@edinamn.gov

Nearest Airport:
Minneapolis – Saint Paul International Airport

Suggested Car Rental Agency
Use the following ID#, XZ17D23 to get the discounted rate. You can log onto www.enterprise.com and use the pin code of NAT or call 1-800-RENT-A-CAR

Hotel Suggestions:
Doubletree Hotel 952-835-7800 7800 Normandale Blvd. Minneapolis, MN 55439

Cancellation Policy:
Student will receive full refund of any paid fee if cancelled in writing 30+ days prior to course start.
NTOA will charge $100 cancellation fee if written notice is received less than 30 days prior to course start.
No written notice, no refund. Qualified substitutions are always acceptable.
NTOA reserves the right to cancel a course 30 days prior to the start date. We will notify you immediately if this occurs.

Recruiting and Applicant Background Investigations

Recruiting and Applicant Background Investigations

Presented by: Greg Anderson, On-Target Solutions Group

January 22 - 23, 2020, 8 AM - 4 PM
14 hours (POST #10444-0003)

$250/ officer
$225/ if 3 or more from same agency

For more information and to register, click here.

COURSE OVERALL LEARNING GOAL:

Who should attend this course: Anyone who is involved or supervises recruiting and background investigations for their agency including sworn officers, civilians, Human Resources, or anyone wanting a better knowledge of the hiring process. Example forms will be provided to those at the training.
Participants will learn the importance of not only recruiting but also retention of quality personnel. An organizational assessment should be the first step in the process and the need to break the cycle of mediocrity.
Background investigators will leave with the knowledge of their role in the selection process, the legal aspects of the background investigation, background interview sources of information and preparing the investigation report. Background investigations affect the future of an organization in many ways, thus selection practices are vital to ensuring that future law enforcement employees and supervisors are suited for the variety of duties expected from the populations they serve. This course will provide techniques and procedures for the background investigator.

Topics Include:

• The importance of a recruiting plan
• Assessment of you organization
• Organization wellness
• What type of employees do you want
• Marketing and selling your organization
• Professional standards model for backgrounds
• Why background investigations are necessary
• Sources of information/Investigative techniques
• Conflicts vs. responsibilities for investigators
• Pre-interview procedures
• Job-related inquiries
• On-line data bases/social networking sites

Internal Affairs & Professional Standards for Law Enforcement

Internal Affairs & Professional Standards for Law Enforcement

Presented by: Greg Anderson, On-Target Solutions Group

August 21 - 22, 2019, 8 AM - 4 PM.
14 hours (POST #10444-0004)

$250/ officer
$225/ if 3 or more from same agency

To view the course announcement and register, click here.

COURSE OVERALL LEARNING GOAL: 

The professional standards model is a must for law enforcement and government officials to be prepared before a critical incident occurs. This course sets the stage for law enforcement professionals to create an agency wide practice of professional standards for all agency operations. In the covered material, attendees will understand "best practices" including how to avoid the problems before they occur and properly address issues that do arise.

This is a comprehensive course covering the entire internal affairs process through final discipline. Participants will learn the skills necessary to review, investigate and complete internal affairs investigations based on sound investigative techniques and within legal guidelines.

SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES: 

• Current climate between public and police

• Breaking the cycle of mediocrity

• The professional standards model

• 5 root causes of discipline problems

• Stakeholders and their perceptions

• Types of internal investigations

• The complaint process

• The investigation process

• Officer involved shootings and major incidents

• Applicable case law

• Employee rights

• Appropriate discipline procedures

• Workplace searches

• False Complaints

• Official hearing requirements

• How discipline is determined

• The effect of untruthfulness

 

Who should attend: This nationally acclaimed course is for law enforcement executives, supervisors, internal affairs investigators, human resource personnel and anyone who desires to understand law enforcement professional standards and internal affairs investigations.

 

Evidence Recovery Skill Sets for Police & Fire Personnel

Evidence Recovery Skill Sets for Police & Fire Personnel

Presented by: R.P. "Rusty" Sullivan, On-Target Solutions Group

August 21 - 22, 2019, 8 AM - 4 PM.
14 hours (POST #10444-0009)

$375/ officer
$325/ if 3 or more from same agency

To view the course announcement and register, click here.

COURSE OVERALL LEARNING GOAL: 

This foundational course is designed for any personnel assigned to Patrol, Investigations and Fire Scene duties, empowering them to identify, collect and record commonly encountered evidence at crime scenes. Skill sets learned can increase your agency’s case clearance rates and successful courtroom prosecution efforts, while simultaneously building public service satisfaction levels and their confidence in investigative efforts.
Training encompasses on-scene application of forensic scientific principles and is presented in a concise-immersive style utilizing lecture and hands on exercises. Upon completion attendees will be able to perform basic crime scene processing and recovery efforts.

 

• Note: Individually owned flashlight use is encouraged during classroom practical exercises. Students can bring any other available camera or forensic equipment to build confidence-familiarity of use during the training. Practice materials will be provided at the training.

SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES: 

• Forensic Concepts
• Safety Considerations
• Crime Scene Analysis/Considerations
• Finger-Palm Print Recovery Techniques
• Footwear/Tool Mark Impression Evidence
• Blood Presumptive Testing
• Blood Evidence Recovery Methods
• Touch DNA Collection Efforts
• Evidence Packaging
• Photographic Preservation Concepts
• Documentation – Reports/Chain of Custody
• Court Room Testimony/Demonstrative Presentations
• Forensic Skill Development Investments

 

Your presenter: R.P. “Rusty” Sullivan’s on-going 40 year law enforcement sworn and civilian career continues to build upon 20 years of accumulated full-time forensic practitioner/supervisor assignments. He has served as the President and Chairman of the Board of the Illinois Division of the International Association for Identification. He has over 18 years of presenting in this field and has provided annual state level forensic training conferences and workshop(s) and is a court recognized expert in the forensic sub-disciplines of Latent Fingerprint and Digital Data Recovery. Rusty is currently working as a civilian Forensic Investigator (CSI)/Mobile Digital Device Analyst and has served on large and mid-sized agencies, having a multi-year assignment to Major Crimes Task Force evidence team as well as management, supervisory and front-line evidence experience in high profile and complex investigations.

Standard Field Sobriety Testing

SFST

Presented by: MN State Patrol

Wednesday - Thursday, June 12 - 13, 2019, 12 PM - 9 PM.   $49 (to cover expenses only)

16 POST credits

To register, click here.

COURSE OVERALL LEARNING GOAL:

This SFST is a 24-hour course that will guide police officers through the traffic stop, the face-to-face interview, SFSTs, processing, report writing, and courtroom testimony. By incorporating classroom, dry run, and practical exercises, officers will be better prepared to detect and remove impaired drivers, making our roads safer for every Minnesotan.