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Littleton, CO 80125

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County Sheriffs Of Colorado
Nov 29, 2018
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Officer-Involved Lethal Force Investigations: Police Policies v Constitution

The landmark case of Graham v Connor, the framework that police officers are bound to follow with regards to use of force, sets forth the following standard: a person is justified in using force against another when and to the degree the actor reasonably believes the force is[…]

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Nov 07, 2018
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Training Unit Management: Where to Start

Managing a training unit can be an overwhelming task, for experienced as well as new managers.  It often seems that just as we really begin to know what we are doing and the people involved, it’s time to rotate out.  In this class, we will shorten the learning[…]

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Oct 26, 2018
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Dare to be Great

Dare to Be Great is a philosophy focused on growing the courage to embrace excellence, fight mediocrity, say no to the status quo, stop chasing best practices and strive for greatness in your life, your leadership and your organization. Now, more than ever, we need courageous leaders who are[…]

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Oct 04, 2018
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Internal Affairs Investigations: Complaint Processing & Procedural Responsibilities

Law enforcement administration is charged with the responsibility and has the authority to maintain discipline within the police department.  The community has an expectation that this responsibility will be fulfilled in a professional and responsive manner.  Citizens should be provided a fair and effective avenue for redress of[…]

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Aug 06, 2018
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Train the Trainer

The Train-the-Trainer is a POST-approved basic learning instructor methodology course that follows the POST rule to prepare instructors to teach in an academy or agency classroom or skills setting.  This class does not prepare you to be an FTO.  It is a highly interactive, problem-based class that includes[…]

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Jul 31, 2018
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School Based Threat, Risk, and Vulnerability Assessment

The attacks at schools across our country have strengthened the resolve of communities to complete assessments of schools, colleges and universities, and develop plans to safeguard our children from attacks at their schools.  The National Sheriffs Association recognized the need for federal, state, county, local, tribal, and private[…]

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Jul 16, 2018
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FTO Development Course

In these times of dwindling hiring pools, it is important that each recruit in an FTO program be given effective training that offers every reasonable opportunity to succeed as a new officer without sacrificing the standards of the agency.  Learning in the field training environment depends on both[…]

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Jul 09, 2018
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Crisis Intervention Teams Training

The Crisis Intervention Teams (CIT) model was developed in 1988 in Memphis, Tennessee, as a partnership between the police department, advocacy groups and treatment providers for people with mental illness, and other community stakeholders to manage crisis situations involving mentally ill subjects. Since that time, many law enforcement[…]

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Jun 26, 2018
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Civil Process Roundtable

The Civil Process Roundtable is designed for personnel newly assigned to that position, and those that have been in the position for a while. It begins with a review of the basics of Civil Process 101 for the road deputy or someone new to a Civil unit and[…]

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Jun 18, 2018
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Excellence in Training

Register at http://winningmindtraining.com/events/excellence-in-training-course-littleton-colorado/ Excellence in Training is an advanced instructional methodology class that focuses on enhancing the performance of law enforcement officers by delivering training in a manner that permanently imprints the most desirable responses at the officer’s subconscious level and most effectively program them for success.  In[…]

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