Responsible for coordinating responses to natural disasters, technological emergencies and severe weather emergencies in Atlantic County.
5033 English Creek Avenue
Egg Harbor Township
New Jersey
08234-5743
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Department of Public Safety

Office of Emergency Preparedness

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Course Description:

This course teaches participants how to create effective training plans for their agencies and jurisdictions. By evaluating their abilities to meet their emergency operations plan (EOP) using traditional and national preparedness tools, participants can answer the following critical readiness questions: • How prepared do we need to be? • How prepared are we? • How do we prioritize efforts to close the difference?

Target Audience:

Professional Disciplines: Law Enforcement, Emergency Medical Service, Emergency Management Agency, Fire Service, Hazardous Materials Personnel, Public Works, Governmental Administrative, Public Safety Communication, Healthcare, Public Health

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  16.0

Special Note: 

None

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Course Description:
This course teaches participants how to create effective training plans for their agencies and jurisdictions. By evaluating their abilities to meet their emergency operations plan (EOP) using traditional and national preparedness tools, participants can answer the following critical readiness questions: • How prepared do we need to be? • How prepared are we? • How do we prioritize efforts to close the difference?

Target Audience:
Professional Disciplines: Law Enforcement, Emergency Medical Service, Emergency Management Agency, Fire Service, Hazardous Materials Personnel, Public Works, Governmental Administrative, Public Safety Communication, Healthcare, Public Health

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  16.0

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Course Description:
Disaster response Team Training level 1.

Target Audience:
OEM Volunteers

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours: 

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Course Description:
This workshop is intended for disaster mental health responders and others who may seeks to provide psychosocial support to children, adolescents and young adults in times of disaster and crisis. The program explores unique age and developmental challenges associated with disaster survival and recovery, as well as addressing specific approaches to intervention. Specific factors affecting infants, school-aged children, teens and college students during response and recovery are explored, as well as basic principles for assisting youth during stressful events. Objectives • Participants will be able to describe the unique challenges faced by children during and after a disaster. • Participants will be able to discuss the impact of disasters on youth ranging in age from infancy to young adulthood, as well as strategies and techniques for providing meaningful psychosocial support.

Target Audience:
DRT and Mental Health Providers

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
This engaging 6.5 hour course provides participants an understanding of the whole community inclusive planning approach and its importance to comprehensive emergency management through lecture and interaction.

Target Audience:
All state, local, tribal, and territorial emergency planning personnel, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and volunteer organizations active in disaster (VOADs), disability groups/organizations, and other interested community stakeholders are encouraged to attend.

Suggested Prerequisites:
: Students will complete the course pre-assessment prior to attending the class and bring the completed assessment with them to training.

Class Hours:  6.5

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Course Description:
Everyone influences others. Whenever your life connects with another person, you exert influence. Everything you do - at home, at work, or at play - has an impact on the lives around you. No matter what your goals are in life, you can achieve them faster, you can be more effective and the contribution you make can be longer lasting if you learn to develop your influence.

Target Audience:
Law Enforcement - Fire Service - Emergency Medical Services - Emergency Management

Suggested Prerequisites:
None

Class Hours:  8.0

Special Note:  Cost $ 165.00 per person

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Course Description:
Bloodborne Pathogen Initial Training

Target Audience:

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours: 

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Course Description:
CPR class for Healthcare Providers

Target Audience:

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  4

Scheduled for:  October 30, 2019
Times:  9:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.
Location:  Atlantic County Office of Emergency Management
Instructor: Kraus, Robert

Further Details:

For Meadowview nursing staff. Contact Barry Kraus for information.

Course Description:
The Southern Shore Chapter of the American Red Cross is looking for Atlantic County CERT volunteers to participate in joint community disaster education presentations! “Red Cross Ready” presentations introduce participants to: ‐ How to prepare a “Go Kit” ‐ What you need if you “shelter‐in” ‐ What are key things to remember in a disaster ‐ County resources that provide accurate information and news As we gear up for the Hurricane season, we’d like to invite CERT volunteers to be involved in community disaster education in Atlantic County.

Target Audience:
CERT, Community Volunteers interested in community preparedness education.

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  4

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Course Description:
This training will present an overview of the FEMA Damaage Assessment Process and will train participants in the Orion PDA (Preliminary Damage Assessment) Application that will be used for damage collection in the Southern Region of New Jersey.

Target Audience:
Emergency Management Coordinators, Damage Assessment Officials, Public Works Directors, Finance Personnel

Suggested Prerequisites:
None

Class Hours:  2.5

Special Note:  DRT Members- Please bring your "DRT Reference Book"

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Course Description:
The purpose of this course is to provide EMS personnel, and guests, with an introduction to the role and responsibility of the Demobilization Unit Leader in a large-scale operation. This course will cover the importance of a formal demobilization, establishing the unit, preparing the demobilization plan, and other common responsibilities.

Target Audience:
EMS, Paramedics, Emergency Management, MICN

Suggested Prerequisites:
ICS 200, EMS response to large Scale Incident Operations.

Class Hours:  4

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Course Description:
Natural disasters, such as floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, tsunamis and man-made disasters such as war or terrorism are powerful events that are damaging, adverse and extreme and impact individuals, families and communities. Domestic violence is an “ongoing disaster” happening at an intimate level. Already isolated, financially dependent and with limited social networks, victims of domestic violence are even more vulnerable when a disaster occurs. Their environments become more dangerous, they are unable to connect with their social support and local services are overwhelmed, among several other challenges. This training aims to address these challenges and examine the intersecting dynamics between domestic violence advocacy and disaster relief aid. Participants will develop an understanding of domestic violence by examining the root causes, and addressing some of the myths about domestic violence. You will also identify the intersection between domestic violence and disaster and learn ways to assess for patterns of abuse, power and control in intimate partner relationships and how to create safety plans with survivors. This training will also discuss the characteristics of compassion fatigue, the impact it has on our work as advocates and disaster responders and also suggest holistic ways to develop and maintain resilience practices. What you will learn: • Define domestic violence, myths & barriers. • Identify the intersection between domestic violence and disasters. • Explore warning signs of domestic violence. • Develop ways to assess, support and safety plan for victims of domestic violence in disasters. • Identify characteristics of compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma.

Target Audience:
• Emergency preparedness teams • Community response teams • Public health professionals • Relief aid workers and volunteers

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  8

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Course Description:
The amount of “stuff’ needed to operate during an emergency and assist our residents in recovery is overwhelming. The outpouring of generosity needs to be carefully managed to properly link donated resources to the people and organizations that need them. This program will review and detail the donations management process from the identification and requests for required resources to the acceptance, recording and warehousing of equipment and supplies and finally to the deployment of those supplies to the areas that they need to go. The goal of donations management is getting resources to the people that need them in an organized, efficient and effective manner.

Target Audience:
DRT, CERT, MRC and local agencies involved in the collection and distributions of donations during an emergency.

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
Disaster Response Training Program. EOC Operations.

Target Audience:
OEM Volunteers

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours: 

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Course Description:
Disaster Response Team Training Level 2

Target Audience:
OEM Volunteers

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours: 

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Course Description:
Disaster response Team Training Level 3

Target Audience:
OEM Volunteers

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours: 

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Course Description:
Disaster response Team Level 4. Licensed/Certified Individuals.

Target Audience:
OEM Volunteers

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours: 

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Course Description:
This course is for Municipal OEM Coordinators to show them how to use the new E Teams Exercise Tracking features.

Target Audience:
Municipal OEM Coordinators and deputies.

Suggested Prerequisites:
Experience with E Teams, and computer/internet.

Class Hours:  2

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Course Description:
This course will equip pre-hospital and hospital medical personnel with the skills needed to ensure proper patient triage, treatment, and transportation in the event of exposure to a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive (CBRNE) weapons. First responders will use their training to demonstrate proper techniques for assessment, triage, mass decontamination, treatment and stabilization.

Target Audience:

Suggested Prerequisites:
Prerequisites: Online course for WMD/Terrorism Awareness for Emergency Responders (WMD005) and EMS Basic Concepts for WMD (WMD 002a) available at www.teexwmdcampus.com. Or you may contact Atlantic County OEM for in house online course availability for these prerequisites. In substitution of the WMD 005 the NJ State Police WMD/CBRNE Awareness certification is acceptable. Students will be allowed to attend training without the prerequisites - however will not receive the class certificate until the completion of the prerequisites. Proof of prerequisites must be supplied on the first day of class.

Class Hours:  24

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Course Description:
This half-day workshop addresses the impact challenges to recovery from a disaster for individuals with physical and/or cognitive disabilities. Whether in the home or a disaster shelter, it is important to understand, anticipate and be prepared to assist an individual in their unique recovery needs. This awareness level training program introduces important information for disaster counselors in order to better understand and address post-disaster challenges for individuals with disabilities. Objectives: • Identify the unique barriers individuals with access and functional needs (AFN) face before, during and after an emergency • Understand how to effectively communicate with individuals with AFN • Compare and contrast the social and medical models of disability • Identify available Functional Need Support Services • Understand non-discrimination guidelines

Target Audience:
DRT and Mental Health Providers

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
The purpose of this course is to provide EMS personnel, and guests, with a standardized method toward recognizing and implementing initial actions at the scene of a Large-Scale Incident. This course will provide the participant with the skills necessary to quickly size-up the event and obtain the necessary resources for the successful mitigation and resolution of the Large-Scale Incident. The awareness level course provides an overview experience of the EMS response to Large-Scale incident course. The operational level is designed for those who actively respond to incidents and would benefit from the more in-depth education experience.

Target Audience:
EMS, Paramedics, Emergency Management, MICN

Suggested Prerequisites:
ICS 200, EMS Response to Large-Scale Incident - Level 1 - Awareness

Class Hours:  16

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Course Description:
The purpose of this course if to provide EMS personnel, and guests with a standardized method towards recognizing and implementing initial actions at the scene of a Large-Scale Incident. This course will provide the participant with the skills necessary to quickly size-up the event and obtain the necessary resources for the successful mitigation and resolution of the Large-Scale Incident, and to set the foundation needed to effectively, efficiently, and safely manage the Large-Scale Incident. The awareness level provides an overview experience of the EMS response to Large-Scale Incident Level 2 - Operations course. The operational level is designed for those who actively respond to incidents and would benefit from the more in-depth education experience.

Target Audience:
EMS, Paramedics, Emergency Management, MICN

Suggested Prerequisites:
ICS 200

Class Hours:  4

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Course Description:
This course is to recertify emergency medical technicians.

Target Audience:
Emergency Medical Technicians

Suggested Prerequisites:
New Jersey or National Registry Emergency Medical Technician

Class Hours:  24

Special Note:  None

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Course Description:
This training will describe the Roles and Responsibilities of the Situation Unit within the Emergency Operations Center Environment.

Target Audience:

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3.0

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Course Description:
This course is designed for end-users of the E-Teams system. This course will teach you how to work in the system and make the necessary reports and requests needed.

Target Audience:
Municipal OEM Coordinators and their designees. Support agency member of the Emergency Operations Center.

Suggested Prerequisites:
Maximum of two (2) members from each agency at each training session. Members sent should have some knowledge in computers and the use of Internet Explorer.

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
This course is designed to be an orientation for new members of the Atlantic County Field Com 25.

Target Audience:
See above

Suggested Prerequisites:
See above

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
Information and Process for FIPS ID card. Federal Requirements for information and security.

Target Audience:
Emergency Response Personnel

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  2

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Course Description:
This course is for agencies who will be involved in the Fire Trax Program. It will teach you how to use the handhelds with the county ID's.

Target Audience:
Atlantic County agencies who are involved in the Fire Trax Program.

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:

This course is scheduled for Atlantic County employees only. Speak with your supervisor regarding attending this course.

Target Audience:

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Special Note: 

None

Scheduled for:  September 23, 2019
Times:  1:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M.
Location:  Atlantic County Office of Emergency Management
Instructor: Kraus, Robert

Further Details:

For County staff only. See your supervisor.

Scheduled for:  October 21, 2019
Times:  1:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M.
Location:  Atlantic County Office of Emergency Management
Instructor: Kraus, Robert

Further Details:

For County employees only. Please see your supervisor.

Scheduled for:  October 21, 2019
Times:  9:30 A.M. - 12:30 P.M.
Location:  Atlantic County Office of Emergency Management
Instructor: Kraus, Robert

Further Details:

For County staff only. See your supervisor

Scheduled for:  October 24, 2019
Times:  1:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M.
Location:  Atlantic County Office of Emergency Management
Instructor: Kraus, Robert

Further Details: For County employees only. Please see your supervisor.

Scheduled for:  October 24, 2019
Times:  9:30 A.M. - 12:30 P.M.
Location:  Atlantic County Office of Emergency Management
Instructor: Kraus, Robert

Further Details:

For County employees only. Please see your supervisor.

Scheduled for:  November 13, 2019
Times:  1:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M.
Location:  Atlantic County Government
Instructor: Kraus, Robert

Further Details:

For County employees only. Please see your supervisor.

Scheduled for:  November 13, 2019
Times:  9:30 A.M. - 12:30 P.M.
Location:  Atlantic County Government
Instructor: Kraus, Robert

Further Details:

For County employees only. Please see your superviosr.

Scheduled for:  November 25, 2019
Times:  1:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M.
Location:  Atlantic County Government
Instructor: Kraus, Robert

Further Details:

For County employees only. Please see your supervisor.

Scheduled for:  November 25, 2019
Times:  9:30 A.M. - 12:30 P.M.
Location:  Atlantic County Government
Instructor: Kraus, Robert

Further Details:

For County employees only. Please see your supervisor.

Course Description:
The purpose of this course is to provide EMS personnel, and guests, with an introduction to the potential missions of the NJ EMS Task Force Helibase Module and the application of the State of New Jersey Statewide Helicopter EMS Helibase Area Management Plan. The course will provide an understanding of the role and responsibilities of this module, activation procedures, identified locations that can serve as Helibases, and the support role that this module and plan can provide to the standard aviation and management procedures.

Target Audience:
EMS, Law Enforcement, Firefighters, Paramedics, Emergency Management, MICN

Suggested Prerequisites:
ICS 200, EMS Response to Large-Scale Incident Awareness

Class Hours:  4

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Course Description:
This training course will focus on the following objectives: identify what is HURREVAC, how to use HURREVAC to make evacuation and hurricane preparedness decisions, demonstrate upgraded functions of Hurrevac2010, and demonstrate ways to assess tropical cyclone data and forecasts. This training is for both new and advanced HURREVAC users.

Target Audience:
Emergency Managers

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours: 

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Course Description:

This course covers both the ICS 100

Target Audience:

Any first responder.

Suggested Prerequisites:

N/A

Class Hours:  8

Special Note: 

Recent changes from FEMA require that IS-700 now be taken on-line. It is no longer included in ICS 100 training programs.

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Course Description:
Training for online data input for ID card system.

Target Audience:
Agency Chief Officer or representative

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  2

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Course Description:
This class will introduce students to the basic core functions of the EOC Operations. When completed the participants will have the basic information to be capable of assisting with EOC operations during times of activation.

Target Audience:

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  4.0

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Course Description:
Managing disaster response is a complex operation. It is best controlled by the effective and efficient deployment of the appropriate personnel. The response teams and volunteer groups play a key role in protecting our residents during these events. This program will discuss methods and techniques for team leaders and managers to employ during emergency operations to not only respond appropriately but maintain harmony while supporting the responders.

Target Audience:
Individuals with a leadership role, or want one, in DRT, CERT, MNS, CART, ESRT, MRC or local response agencies.

Suggested Prerequisites:
Intro to Emergency Operations, Personal Preparedness, I-100

Class Hours:  4

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Course Description:
The purpose of this course is to provide EMS personnel, and guests, with an introduction to the potential missions of the medical ambulance bus, capabilities, and inventory. This course will refer to the State of New Jersey Statewide Incident Rehabilitation Guidelines for EMS, Rehab Log, Rehab Tag, and operational items related to the medical ambulance bus.

Target Audience:
EMS, Firefighters, Paramedics, Emergency Management, MICN

Suggested Prerequisites:
ICS 200, EMS Response to Large-Scale Incident Awareness

Class Hours:  4

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Course Description:

Pre-Registration is required for this course. Mental Health First Aid is a 8-hour training certification course which teaches participants a five-step action plan to assess a situation, select and implement interventions and secure appropriate care for the individual, the certification program introduces participants to risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems, builds understanding of their impact and overviews common treatments. Thorough evaluations in randomized controlled trials and a quantitative study have proved the CPR-like program effective in improving trainees’ knowledge of mental disorders, reducing stigma and increasing the amount of help provided to others.

Target Audience:

CERT, MRC, Shelter Team Members, First Responders, Emergency Managers.

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  8

Special Note: 

None

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Course Description:
Incidents of mass violence, such as the shootings in Aurora, CO and Newtown, CT, as well as the bombing at the Boston Marathon produce unique and complex psycho-social reactions in individuals and communities. This full-day program explores the types and nature of acts of mass violence, as well as the emotional and behavioral reactions to these incidents. Attention is also given to the demands on first responders and others who reach out to help. Both long- and short-term mental health effects are explored, as well as models and methods of support and intervention, and integration with Victim Service providers and other agencies responding to an act of mass crime. Objective At the conclusion of this program, individuals will be able to describe the different dynamics of incidents of mass violence, the impact of mass violence, as well as psychological first aid techniques and other strategies for providing crisis counseling in the wake of a mass violence event.

Target Audience:

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
Overview of COOP/COG planning process for Municipal Governments.

Target Audience:
Municipal Officials

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  16

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Course Description:
The New Jersey State Police boating safety course is a comprehensive course that adresses all aspects of boating and water safety. Topics include discussion on safety equipment such as personal floatation devices(PFD) fire extinguishers, sound signaling devices, lights and nighttime operation, navigation, boating accidents, and New Jersey rules and regulations. Participants will keep all related course materials. Upon successful completion of the boating safety course a New Jersey boating safety certificate will be issued. The boating safety certificate will allow the holder to operate power vessels and personal water craft on the waters of New Jersey. The course and certificate are provided free of charge.

Target Audience:
Due to recent changes in the New Jersey boating regulations all power vessel operators born in 1969 and later, and all operators of personal water craft (jet skies, wave runners) regardless of age must carry proof of successful completion of an approved boating safety course or a boating safety certificate issued by the State of New Jersey. As of June 1, 2007 all those born in 1959 and later will be required to carry proof of a course, by June 1, 2008 people born in 1949 and later must have proof of a course and by June 1, 2009 anyone who operates a power vessel or a personal water craft in the State of New Jersey must be in compliance with the new regulations. There are no exemptions for fire, police or other ems personnel. It has been recognized that there is a great need to get as many first responders trained as possible, in the shortest time frame possible. To accomplish this in the most efficient manner the New Jersey State Police will be offering certificate courses at various fire academies throughout the state. The courses are provided free of charge and are open to all fire, police and other ems personnel. Upon successful completion of this course participants will receive a New Jersey boating safety certificate. This certificate will allow the operation of power vessels and personal water craft on both tidal and non tidal waters of the State of New Jersey.

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  8

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Course Description:

On February 28, 2003, President Bush issued Homeland Security Presidential Directive-5. HSPD-5 directed the Secretary of Homeland Security to develop and administer a National Incident Management System (NIMS). NIMS provides a consistent nationwide template to enable all government, private-sector, and nongovernmental organizations to work together during domestic incidents. You can also find information about NIMS at http://www.fema.gov/nims/ This course introduces NIMS and takes approximately three hours to complete. It explains the purpose, principles, key components and benefits of NIMS. The course also contains "Planning Activity" screens giving you an opportunity to complete some planning tasks during this course. The planning activity screens are printable so that you can use them after you complete the course. What will I be able to do when I finish this course? • Describe the key concepts and principles underlying NIMS. • Identify the benefits of using ICS as the national incident management model. • Describe when it is appropriate to institute an Area Command. • Describe when it is appropriate to institute a Multiagency Coordination System. • Describe the benefits of using a Joint Information System (JIS) for public information. • Identify the ways in which NIMS affects preparedness. • Describe how NIMS affects how resources are managed. • Describe the advantages of common communication and information management systems. • Explain how NIMS influences technology and technology systems. • Describe the purpose of the NIMS Integration Center

Target Audience:

All First Response Personnel

Suggested Prerequisites:

N/A

Class Hours: 

Special Note: 

None

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Course Description:
Overview of NIMSCAST. This is a web based database for Municipal NIMS Compliance Informtion.

Target Audience:

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  2

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Course Description:
This course is for those assigned with the input of data for the NJ Resource Directory Database.

Target Audience:
See above

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  2

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Course Description:
Right to know initial training for new employees.

Target Audience:
New Employees

Suggested Prerequisites:
N/A

Class Hours:  4

Special Note:  Please contact Kathy Knisell for additional information at (609) 407-6742.

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Course Description:
Refresher course for New Jersey's Right to Know

Target Audience:

Suggested Prerequisites:
Previously taken Right to Know

Class Hours:  2

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Course Description:
This course was developed in conjunction with the Attorney Generals Office and The University of Medicine and Denistry, to aid 9/11 Surviors to deal with lingering problems, post 9/11.

Target Audience:
First Responders, CERT Members

Suggested Prerequisites:
None

Class Hours:  2

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Course Description:
This is the first training module for a disaster response team member level 1. This program will be a thorough overview of emergency operations in Atlantic County, defining the role of the Office of Emergency Preparedness. It will discuss the planning and reponse processes as well as how these functions are managed by the Emergency Operations Center (EOC). Additionally, participants will learn the planning tools, time lines and decision matrices used to manage emergency operations.

Target Audience:
Municipal Emergency Management Staff, Disaster Response Team Memebers.

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  2

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Course Description:
This is (Level 1) Module 2 for individuals participating in the Disaster Response Team Training. This module helps prepare the disaster worker before an emergency strikes. It outlines information needed for the disaster response team member to take before a disaster strikes. This will enable them to ensure that their familes and homes are taken care of while they are responding as part of the team. This training is open to all to better prepare themselves and families.

Target Audience:
CERT, MRC, Shelter Team, DRT

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  2

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Course Description:
A dynamic skill building program for disaster mental health workers who are likely to encounter strong emotional reactions during the delivery of post-disaster psychosocial support services. Threats to safety and health naturally bring out a range of intense emotional reactions and behavioral changes in individuals and communities. Some of the behavioral reactions, such as acute fear, anxiety, anger or rage can disrupt the delivery of services and may post a threat to the safety of the disaster mental health responder. Objective • Participants will be able to describe the precipitants and triggers of angry, abusive and potentially aggressive behavior in disaster survivors.

Target Audience:
DRT and Mental Heath Providers

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
When a disaster occurs or looms you will learn how to react towards people calling a call center during a crisis, understand how they may feel and how communicating to them in a crisis is different. In addition, you will learn how different phone systems work, how to transfer calls and how to deliver messages especially for tricky calls and angry callers.

Target Audience:
Emergency Management, CERT, MRC, County volunteers and staff that may work a phone bank.

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  2

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Course Description:
This course is designed for individuals with a working knowledge of Electronic Field Study. It builds upon the basic functionality of ESF and demonstrates advanced applications such as integration of GIS data, advanced searches, GIS data development utilizing ESF, advance graphics features, etc.

Target Audience:
Municipal and County Pictometry partners.

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

Special Note:  This program is open to agencies and departments that current utilize the Pictometry application. Contact the County Pictometry coordinator for additional information at 609-407-6742.

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Course Description:
This program is designed to provide new users in Pictometry to navigate and utilize the basic functions of Electronic Field Study. It will review the process of how to create, manipulate and save workspaces as well as demonstrate the various tools available to the EFS user.

Target Audience:
County and Municipal Pictometry partners.

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

Special Note:  Participants must have Pictometry available to them at there work location. Contact Pictometry coordinator at 609-407-6742 for additional information.

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Course Description:
Points of Distribution are centralized locations where the public picks up life sustaining commodities following a disaster or emergency. This FEMA program will review the key elements of POD operations including selecting a site, setup, staffing, equipment and operations. It will conclude with a POD set up exercise.

Target Audience:
DRT, CERT, MRC, Emergency Managers that may be involved with the deployment of a POD.

Suggested Prerequisites:
None.

Class Hours:  5

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Course Description:
Training and review of the State RegisterReady application. RegisterReady is the statewide special eeds database. Residents who may need extra assistance are encouraged to register themselves so that emergency managers and first responders can plan to provide assistance where needed. The training reviews how to register an individual or facility, access the data and sort, manipulate and map the data to be used during an emergency or disaster.

Target Audience:
County and Local Emergency Managers, CERT, MRC and other partner agencies.

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  2

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Course Description:
This course introduces participants to the basics of safe food handling. The course explains how food can become unsafe through time-temperature abuse, cross-contamination, and improper cleaning and sanitizing, and the importance good personal hygiene plays in limiting the spread of bacteria and other dangerous pathogens. This training will also include fundementals of working on a canteen.

Target Audience:
CERT, MRC, community volunteers, shelter workers.

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  4

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Course Description:
This training reviews the use of the FEMA Shelter Field Guide. The field guide was developed to assist shelter staff in the administration and operation of congregate care shelters. It is a supplemaent to the Shelter Operations and Simulations programs. It is recommended for anyone who may be working in a mass care shelter.

Target Audience:
CERT, MRC, CART, Shelter Team Memebers. Also anyone who may be involved in operations of a mass care shelter.

Suggested Prerequisites:
Shelter Operations recommended.

Class Hours:  5

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Course Description:
Shelter Fundamentals is a basic level course that introduces the guidelines and procedures for setting up, running and closing a shelter during a disaster. Referencing shelter checklists, participants will work on a case study that takes them through four of the six phases of the Sheltering Cycle: Opening, Organizing, Operating and Closing. Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to– • Describe the tasks of a shelter worker throughout the opening, organizing, operating and closing phases of a shelter operation. • Recall the tasks on the shelter checklists. • Describe how to complete the appropriate registration forms and make referrals for additional services, as needed. • Explain how to set-up a welcoming reception and registration area. • Identify internal and external locations for posting signs that clearly communicate shelter information. • Explain how to set up and monitor a dormitory environment that ensures resident safety and comfort. • Explain how to set up food distribution areas and monitor consumption to ensure that residents’ dietary needs are met. • Describe the importance of information sharing in a shelter environment and identify multiple communication strategies. • Explain the steps required to return a shelter to its pre-disaster condition.

Target Audience:
CERT, MRC, Community volunteers and First Responders

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  4

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Course Description:
It is designed to improve the skills, knowledge, and capabilities of individuals and organizations involved in domestic emergency preparedness, response, and recovery. SA and COP supports the Communications and Information Management component of the National Incident Management System (NIMS). Course Objectives: Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to: •Define Situational Awareness and Common Operating Picture (SA & COP) and the relationship between the two. •Explain how SA & COP contributes to effective incident management and decision making. •Develop or contribute to plans, procedures, or processes supporting SA & COP in their own operating environment. •Understand the impact of current and emerging technologies on SA & COP.

Target Audience:
This course is for emergency management, emergency medical services, fire, law enforcement, government administrative, hazardous materials, health care, public health, public safety communications, public works personnel or any emergency management/ response personnel that would be dealing with SA & COP during an incident.

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  32.0

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Course Description:
Don’t be caught unaware. Many first responders will encounter a situation that will involve an animal in need of medical attention. This two hour training focuses on what to do in an emergency when there is an animal involved. The focus audience for this presentation will be: Fire, EMS, Police, Search and Rescue, and CART volunteers. Highlights of the presentation with include: • Recognizing common medical emergencies • Basic First Aid for common illnesses and injuries • Trauma stabilization • Safe handling of injured cats and dogs • Common household toxins • Hands on CPR instruction on our dummy dog “Jerry” Presentation will be followed by a question and answer period with Dr. Montealegre and veterinary technicians of RBVH-Linwood. Many fire companies and EMS have recently been provided with oxygen masks for pets. Please bring any first aid supplies you have for pets, if able, and we will make sure you are comfortable on when they should be used.

Target Audience:
First Responders, CERT, MRC, Shelter Team

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  2

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Course Description:
The purpose of this course is to provide EMS personnel, and guests, with the skills and knowledge necessary to manage a Staging Area in a large-scale operation. This course will cover responsibilities from mobilization to demobilization, including ensuring accountably, resolving communication issues, check-in, resource typing, and establishing and managing a Staging Area.

Target Audience:
EMS, Paramedics, Emergency Management, MICN

Suggested Prerequisites:
ICS 200, EMS Response to Large Scale Incident Operations, and Statewide Staging Area Management.

Class Hours:  8

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Course Description:
The purpose of this course is to provide EMS personnel, and guests, with knowledge of the State of New Jersey Statewide Staging Area Management Plan for Emergency Medical Services. This course will cover the roles and responsibilities of the Staging Area Manager and support personnel, list and describe key functions performed in the staging area, discuss the need for resource accountability and credentialing of personnel at a large-scale incident, discuss space requirements and layout of the staging area, demonstrate the need for and use of the job action sheets, and discuss the importance of inter-group communications within the EMS Branch as it relates to patient flow through various groups.

Target Audience:
EMS, Paramedics, Emergency Management, MICN

Suggested Prerequisites:
ICS 200, EMS Response to Large-Scale Incident Awareness

Class Hours:  4

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Course Description:
The purpose of this course is to provide EMS personnel, and guests, with an introduction to the role and responsibility of Status/Check-In Recorder in a large-scale operation. This course will cover responsibilities from mobilization to demobilization, including resource typing, tracking of resources, T-Cards, and assisting in the demobilization planning

Target Audience:
EMS, Paramedics, Emergency Management, MICN.

Suggested Prerequisites:
ICS200, EMS response to large Scale Incident Awareness

Class Hours:  4

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Course Description:
The purpose of this course is to provide EMS personnel, and guests, with an introduction to the role and responsibilities of Ambulance Strike Team/Task Force Leader. This course will cover the applicable ICS and Accountability forms, apply Risk Management Processes to various incidents, and allow the participant to apply tactics to resources organized into Strike Teams and Task Forces.

Target Audience:
EMS, Firefighters, Paramedics, Emergency Management, MICN

Suggested Prerequisites:
ICS 200, EMS Response to Large-Scale Incident - Level 2 - Operations, Status Check - In Recorder, and Demobilization Unit Leader courses.

Class Hours:  8

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Course Description:
“Death from the bleeding of a major artery can occur within minutes, even before first responders can respond,” said Brian Collins, EMS Outreach coordinator at Cooper University Health Care. “May is Trauma Awareness Month and the theme is to help others by taking action to control life-threatening hemorrhage. We are reaching out to groups to get as many people trained as possible.” The Bleeding Control for the Injured (B-Con) program is a two-hour course that teaches non-clinical laypersons how to apply tourniquets, pack a wound, and open a victim’s airway.

Target Audience:

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  2.0

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Course Description:
The three-day course allows participants to practice EOC operations in a large-scale incident coached by instructors who have emergency management experience and who provide this training nationally. They will use multi-agency coordination responsibilities, processes, and procedures and focus on key information management, resources coordination and situational awareness requirements within the EOC. The participants gain practical experience (virtual) within a state-of-the-art training environment that exploits the capabilities of computer simulation. Each participant will gain a better understanding of the management requirements and skills necessary to effectively function as a member of an EOC during a large-scale event.

Target Audience:
Eligible participants include emergency management and response personnel who currently or potentially work in an EOC at the state, local, tribal or DoD installation level. Enrollment can be single participants, jurisdictions, or mixed.

Suggested Prerequisites:
ICS 200 minimum

Class Hours:  24

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Course Description:
The program illustrates how we, as a community, can participate in helping to protect our families and fellow citizens. Through a one‐hour Power Point presentation, the speaker(s) will elaborate on various issues such as the Goals and Agenda of Both Domestic and International Terrorist Groups, outline the Eight Signs of Terrorism, and provide information on how individuals can contact authorities to report suspicious behavior.

Target Audience:

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  1.0

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Course Description:
This course is designed to be an awareness level training of how to properly use a water rescue throw bag.

Target Audience:

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Course Description:
While most large gatherings are peaceful, even peaceful gatherings can quickly become dangerous and can represent a threat to operational security and safety. Leaders, decision-makers and first responders aware and concerned about current world events and possibility of adverse collective behaviors benefit from a knowledge and understanding of the causes, warning signs and behavioral dynamics of groups, crowds and mobs. Such an understanding better prepares first responders, security, emergency management and other professionals for the new challenges associated with the use of social media and globalization as they relate to the development of crisis situations and the potential of dangerous and violent collective behaviors. Program Highlights: Types, Scope and Prevalence of Collective Actions and Crowd Violence Define and Distinguish Type of Groups, Crowds and Mobs The Psychology of Crowds Identifying “Flashpoints”/Precipitants of Mob BehaviorCountermeasures and crowd management strategies Operator Safety in Crowds and Mobs Last-Chance Survival Tactics in Aggressive Crowds and Violent Mob Situations

Target Audience:

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  2.0

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Course Description:
The goal of this course is to strengthen abilities to prepare for and manage volunteers before, during, and after a severe emergency or major disaster. This course will: Provide strategies for identifying, recruiting, assigning, training, supervising, and motivating volunteers and Include discussion of spontaneous volunteers as well as those affiliated with community-based, faith-based, and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs).

Target Audience:
DRT, CERT, MRC and local agencies that will be involved in working with and managing volunteers.

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
This workshop will address principles of business continuity planning for large-scale emergencies and disasters. The Federal Emergency Management Agency's "READY Business" Planning Guide and Worksheets will be used to help participants begin to develop a business disaster plan for their agency. Emphasis will be placed on continuing services to special needs populations and helping these consumers become more disaster-resistant. Other topics include: disaster-related considerations facing human service providers, developing resources needed to support the plan, decision-making during emergencies and building relationships with local emergency management officials. "Lessons learned" from incidents will be featured during the discussion.

Target Audience:
Appropriate for social service agency representatives, especially those which serve seniors and persons with disabilities.

Suggested Prerequisites:
N/A

Class Hours:  3

Special Note:  September 14, 2007, application attached. Course space is limited in order to facilitate group discussions. You will be notified of acceptance by email during the week of September 24, 2007. Please register early.

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Course Description:
This course is designed for all law enforcement, firefighters and first responders who may be involved in emergency vehicle response, as well as critical incident professional or peer support and emergency agency chaplain staff who may assist after a related critical incident. The course will involve: An ACPTC Instructor will review current NJ Police Vehicular Pursuit Policy (and provide a brief test for those law enforcement attendees required to take same). William Subin, Attorney at Law, (former Assistant U.S. Attorney, Senior Assistant County Prosecutor, Police Legal Advisor, defense attorney in the Higbee case and author of Closing the Gap)will then present “Closing the Gap” The Robert Higbee story, the real incident of ‘…police car chase gone badly wrong. The lives of two promising young sisters cut short. A state trooper on trial for vehicular homicide and a trial with very big stakes for law enforcement nationwide…’ The presentation extrapolates from the framework of this dramatic and factual incident to the real emergency responder concerns of critical incidents, and their ramifications and aftermath. Mental, emotional, cognitive aftermath and possible legal consequences should be of interest to all emergency responders. Registration forms can be found on the ACPTC website: aclink.org/ptc; and faxed to the Academy @609-407-6717

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The New Jersey Office of Homeland Security & Preparedness (OHSP) along with the Atlantic County Police Training Center and the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Police Department will sponsor a workshop entitled “Protective Measures Course (PMC)” to be presented by the Department of Homeland Security Office of Bombing Prevention, on Wednesday through Thursday, March 6-7, 2014 from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., at the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, located at 101 Vera King Farris Drive Galloway, NJ 08205. There is NO COST to attend this workshop. About the Course: This two-day Protective Measures Course (PMC) is designed to provide executive and employee level personnel in the public/private sector with the knowledge to identify the appropriate protective measures for their unique sector. The course focuses on providing information pertaining to available protective measures and strategies for selecting which protective measures are most appropriate. The course focuses on teaching the participants the threat analysis process, terrorist methodology and planning cycle, available protective measures, and determining which protective measures to employ. Who Should Attend This course is designed for executive and frontline security personnel from the public and private sector who are involved in planning or establishing appropriate protective measures. Registration Spaces are limited and pre-registration is required for this workshop; therefore, registrations will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. For your convenience, an online registration page is available at (https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2XGNZZ5 ). Please hit DONE at the bottom of the page to upon completion. If you have any questions regarding this workshop please e-mail Michael.Smith@ohsp.state.nj.us or call (609)584-2498. Confirmation, including additional logistical information will be e-mailed directly to attendees NLT February 28, 2014.

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Advanced Commercial Vehicle Crash Investigation This course is designed to further enhance the knowledge and skills you acquired in IPTM's Inspection and Investigation of Commercial Vehicle Crashes course. You will learn how to conduct a detailed analysis of commercial motor vehicle dynamics and its application to traffic crash reconstruction. During this course, you will analyze the ABS air brake system by conducting tests to determine average air chamber pressure. You will also be shown how to determine the limits of axle weights based upon the location of center mass, as well as static-quasistatic and dynamic roll propensities. Topics include: • Kinetic energy - determining delta-V in central impacts • ABS - Air Brake Systems • Speed analysis using gear reduction ratios • Low speed - high speed off-tracking • Dynamic roll propensities • Axle weight distribution - using equilibrium and free body diagrams • Liquid load analysis You should bring a scientific calculator and, if available, an engineers scale along with a 30/60/90 degree triangle.

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Offered jointly by the FBI and New Jersey Office of Counter-Terrorism, this 2 day workshop is designed to familiarize and engage local law enforcement with an array of issues. The course will include a Case Study and a participant interactive exercise. Level 1 Counter-Terrorism Intelligence and Awareness is a pre-requisite.

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Taught by the FBI, this five day course is designed to provide an overview of advanced criminal investigative techniques, as well as provide specific knowledge that law enforcement officers can use in their day-to-day activities.

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Instructed by Chief Edward Delmore (Gulf Shores, Alabama), this fast paced eight-hour course is intended for patrol officers and supervisors who want to become more effective in detecting and arresting criminals operating motor vehicles. Including drug traffickers, fugitives, felons, and gang members; the training focuses on objective criteria for criminal interdiction and not on so-called “profiling” techniques. This program has been approved by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the United States Department of Justice. The course includes but is not limited to the following topics: ·Criminal Patrol Procedures ·Officer Safety ·Roadside Interviews ·Detecting Deception ·Consent Searches ·Salvaging Turn-Downs ·Arrest Tactics ·Contact and Cover ·Informant Development ·Controlled Deliveries

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This program is taught by Sigarms and is designed to train instructors to employ sound decision making and tactics in Use-of-force situations. This course will focus on reality based training and employ airsoft weapons firing plastic projectiles.

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This is a two day in-service program for sworn officers covering topics mandated by the Attorney General's Office. Officers may attend both days in the same week or split the days. There is no need to pre-register, simply show up. Attire is the uniform of the day or business casual. On Tuesdays officers may bring gym/PT attire for the Defensive Tactics portion of the training. Dates January 11/12, 25/26 February 1/2, 8/9, 22/23, 29/1 March 7/8, 14/15, 21/22 April 4/5, 11/12, 18//19, 25/26 May 2/3, 9/10, 16/17, 23/24 June 6/7, 13/14, 20/21, 27/28 September 12/13, 19/20, 26/27 October 3/4, 17/18, 24/25, 31/1 November 14/15, 21/22, 28/29 December 5/6, 12/13

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3 day Armorer course for the AR 15 & M16 offered by the "Public Agency Training Council" All Registration is through the Public Agency Council. Course is being held at the Atlantic County Firearms Range. Contact the Range at 609-926-3491 for directions.

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This Course is sponsored & instructed the NJ Dept. of Homeland Security and Preparedness. This course is designed to provide law enforcement officers and detectives with an understanding and situational awareness of Arab culture and to provide information and techniques for developing confidential sources if information. NEW JERSEY LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS MUST REGISTER FOR THIS COURSE ONLINE VIA WWW.NJLEARN.COM

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This five-day course prepares the law enforcement firearms instructor to teach the fundamentals of operating the law enforcement assault rifle. Successful completion of this course certifies the instructor to qualify assault rifle operators under the Attorney General’s Requalification Guidelines. Instruction includes nomenclature, malfunction clearance, semi-automatic and full automatic manipulation drills, shooting on the move, and other street relevant courses of fire. (Note: This is not a police Carbine Instructor Course). Class size is limited to 15. Candidates must provide a copy of certificate confirming successful completion of a Firearms Instructor Course upon registration. Candidates must achieve a score of 90% on the Automatic/Semi-Automatic Police Service Rifle Qualification Course (ARQC), demonstrate safe handling skills and pass a written examination to successfully complete the course. Necessary equipment includes a police service/assault rifle (rifle which fires ammunition greater than 2,000 fps (AR-15, M-16, G36), .223 cal. preferred) with sling; four magazines for the rifle; 2,000 rounds of ammunition for the rifle; a flashlight or rifle attached lighting device; service handgun and holster; 100 rounds of ammunition for the handgun;60 Q targets, wrap-around eye protection; hearing protection; baseball style or other hat with a wide front brim; long sleeve shirts; rain gear (no ponchos); spotting scope or binoculars; and a cleaning kit.

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Contact Catherine Bull 848-932-2833; catherine.bull@ejb.rutgers.edu To Register or ask questions The training will include crossing guard positioning and procedures,state and federal law and regulations, and hands-on practice to set up similar training for cross guards in your community Registration is limited, deadline: Tuesday June 10, 2014

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This program will assist the participant in focusing on critical areas and problems associated with communication center call-taking and dispatching. Effort will be spent looking at the specific communication center environment and discussing the special skills and techniques required of personnel engaged in these functions and fulfillment of their duties. Special skills and techniques will be discussed along with the necessary attributes for communication center personnel. By the conclusion of the program, participants should have a better understanding of (1) role of communications in public safety; (2) communication center environment: staffing, stress, and personal rewards; (3) ethics and integrity in communications; (4) call-taker roles and responsibilities--accountability to community and department; (5) telephone techniques and CAD entries; (6) challenges of language barriers including foreign, slang, and cultural differences; (7) dispatcher roles and responsibilities in terms of community needs and officer safety; (8) keys to effective communication for the radio operator; (9) radio language: code and professional demeanor; (10) effective pre-arrival instructions; and (11) liability issues for the call-taker and radio operator. INSTRUCTOR: Miles Turner, Communication Center Training Instructor and Supervisor of Communications with the Virginia State Police, Richmond, Virginia (retired) Register at http://leseminars.org $295

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Class II Special Law Enforcement Officer The Atlantic County Police Training Center is offering a NJ Police Training Commission certified course for “Special Law Enforcement Officers Class II”. Upon graduating these officers receive full New Jersey Police Training Commission Certification and have full police powers while working as a Class II Officer. The program runs Monday – Friday starting March 11, 2013 and graduating June 28th, 2013. The course hours are either 0700 – 1600 or 0800 – 1700 hours depending on the daily schedule. The program consists of 471 hours of training. The program includes courses in professionalism, ethics, history of law enforcement, the criminal justice system, New Jersey criminal and motor vehicle laws, laws of arrest, search and seizure, use of force, interviews, confessions and Miranda, laws of evidence, criminal investigation, narcotics, juvenile law, domestic violence, traffic enforcement, vehicle operations, stress management, first aid, community relations, physical fitness, defensive tactics, police baton, firearms and chemical agents. Additionally, officers are trained in practical exercises, training using “Airsoft” firearm pellets (real life decision making under live fire) and American Red Cross Community Water Certification. They additionally receive CPR certification through the American Red Cross. Cost of the 16 week program is $500.00 for out of county agencies and free for In-County agencies. Many officers use this program as a stepping stone to full time police employment. Officers can apply for sixteen college credits through Cape Atlantic Community College. For further information contact the training center at 609-407-6724 or email us at nettles_jeff@aclink.org

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This is a NJ Police Training Commission course that addresses the Ranger's four general responsibilities for protecting the park and park visitors.

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BASIC CRIME SCENE PHOTOGRAPHY June 6-7, 2013 A two-day classroom presentation and hands-on seminar law enforcement officers who have limited knowledge utilizing digital photographic equipment and would like to enhance their crime scene photography skills. This program is geared toward patrol officers, novice crime scene investigators and forensic personnel. Attendees will work through several practical exercises and review images produced during classroom exercises receiving feedback from the instructor on tips to improve the photographic documentation process. Topics include: (1) Camera Operation Principles; (2)Understanding Exposure; (3) Light Sources � Available Light and Flash; (4) Photographic Documentation of Crime Scenes; (5) Over-all, Mid-range and Close-up Documentation; (6) Care and Maintenance of Photographic Equipment; (7) Data format, Storage and Preservation of Images; and (8) Hands on Assignmen. REQUIRED EQUIPMENT: Attendees will need to bring a digital camera, tripod, off-camera flash, media cards and extra batteries for both camera and flash along with instructional manual for their cameras. INSTRUCTOR: David Gamble, Certified Forensic Photographer, International Association for Identification and Detective Sergeant, Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office, Freehold, New Jersey DATE/LOCATION/TIME Seminar will be conducted June 6-7, 2013 at the Atlantic County Police Training Center, 5033 English Creek Avenue, Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey. Class will be in session 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily. FEE $295 per person.

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This is a five day course has a comprehensive lesson plan for the law enforcement officer who is considering an assignment or has recently been assigned to an investigative unit and is charged with the tasks of conducting supplemental investigations of suspected criminal offenses. Conducting supplemental investigations of suspected criminal offenses requires the assigned L/E officer to possess a high degree of investigative expertise, skill and the knowledge necessary to bring the case to a successful conclusion. Upon successful completion of this course, each officer will have acquired a comprehensive understanding and will accordingly possess the specialized knowledge and skill which are needed to conduct a complete and through investigation.

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This three-day agency instructor level certification program is designed for agencies desiring to train and certify departmental instructors in the use of techniques and tactics for edge weapon attacks.

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Most officers, commanders, and risk managers view the police crash as “the cost of doing business” and an anticipated cost of a departmental budget. However, crashes and “traffic incidents” are more than numbers on a page and line-items on a spreadsheet. Officers are killed and seriously injured everyday in and around their squad cars. Beyond the Cones examines these phenomenon from both a financial and human perspective. It focuses on solutions to reduce deaths, injuries, and the high cost of property damage. Topics addressed, include but are not limited to: ·the historical view of police involved crashes ·personal injury consequences ·financial restraints ·the ultimate sacrifice ·outdated vehicle operation training curriculum ·Code 1 or “non-emergency driving.” ·patrol investigational driving ·observational driving ·intersection clearing ·backing, parking, squad positioning ·non-emergency lane use ·police related distractions ·the value of seat belts Please register via LIFELINE TRAINING at www.lifelinetraining.com

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This course will properly train Police Officers for bicycle patrol. Officers will learn safe bicycle operations, laws governing bicycles as vehicles, nomenclature, riding techniques, defensive cycling, nutrition, fitness, basic repair and maintenance. Officers will demonstrate, upon completion of the course, competency through practical application of basic riding skills and a written examination from the International Police Mountain Bike Association. Optional Certification through IPMBA

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This is a one hour block of instruction which complies with OSHA requirements relating to the Blood Borne Pathogen training of employees under 29CFR 1910.1030(g)(2)(i). The start times for this course are: 9:00AM, 10:30AM & 1:00PM Registration is made by faxing the registration form to the Atlantic County Police Training Center at 609-407-6717

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This is a two-day program with the first day devoted to body fluids and the second to trace evidence. The first program considers types of body fluids and how the investigator might collect and analyze these. Topics to be covered during this session include: (1) scientific basis of body fluid examination; (2) blood and bloodstains and their collection; (3) seminal stains; and (4) other types of fluids such as saliva, urine, and fecal matter. The second day provides discussion on such trace evidence elements as hair, textile fibers, paint chips, glass fragments, and gunshot residue particles. Topics in this segment include: (1) trace evidence associated with clothing; (2) recovery of the clothing of the victim; (3) cloth fragments and impressions; (4) threads; (5) fibers; (6) hair; (7) soils, rocks, and minerals; and debris. NOTE: ENROLLMENT IS FOR BOTH CLASSES AND NOT FOR INDIVIDUAL ONES. INSTRUCTOR: Crime Scene Investigator Marc Hackett, Arlington County Police Department, Arlington, Virginia REGISTRATION IS WITH VENDOR - www.leseminars.org $295

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Body Language In the profession of Law Enforcement communication is constant. As humans we are constantly displaying our intent through our nonverbal communication, which can comprise 70% of all communication. This class trains law enforcement, military personnel and professional security to identify signs of an impending attack. We also focus on the importance of verbal commands, safe intervals, immediate action and de-escalation methods. We utilize methods such as observe, orient, decide and act(OODA loop)to compliment this course. Registration is with the vendor - www.warningorder.net Fee - $50

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New Jersey Department of Corrections Cell Block Management and Suicide Awareness Training for Police Municipalities, Academy and In-Service. Course Description: Pursuant to the State of New Jersey Administrative Code Chapter 34: Municipal Detention Facilities, and for the proper safety and security of detainees, the Office of County Services provides training on Cell Block Management and Suicide Awareness. These two instructional units combined are taught by PTC Certified NJ Department of Corrections County Services Staff at Municipal Police Academy’s in NJ, as well as In-Service Training for Municipal Police Department Staff. The lesson plans are PTC approved. The course runs approximately 3 hours in duration for the coverage of the two instructional units in there entirety. Lesson plans outline and accomplish the following performance objectives: CELL BLOCK MANAGEMENT 1. Overview of 10A:34 2. Policies and procedures of detention facility management 3. Municipal compliance and the authority of the NJDOC 4. High risk inmates 5. Weapons 6. Key control 7. Supervision and safety of the detainee 8. Safety and security of the facility, yourself and the public SUICIDE AWARENESS 1. Overview of 10A-2.22 2. Municipal detention facility responsibilities and liability 3. Symptoms, conditions and behavioral cues to be aware of 4. Methods of detainee suicide 5. Polices and procedures for handling suicide attempts and suicide 6. Interpersonal communication and de-escalation 7. Suicide screening guidelines 8. Steps for responding to a suicide Methods of instruction will include a pre-test, lecture, question and answer and group discussion. Power point presentations and handouts are provided for each instructional unit. The film: 720 Deadly Seconds is viewed for Suicide Awareness.

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Cell Block Survival is a one day course designed to address the realities of working in a correctional environment and enhance officer safety. Rooted in our foundational belief that quality training should offer realistic, practical and immediately applicable tools for officer safety, the goal of this class is simple: 1. Arm officers with winning communication techniques to build rapport, control the irrational, quickly read subtle, non-verbal cues that identify signs of pre-attack. 2. Educate officers in development of the 5%’er Mindset. Prepare officers to win force encounters by examining our physiological responses during an incident and how it affects our ability to make effective decisions under stress. 3. Enhance officer’s ability to recognize the limitations of and employ countermeasures to limit opportunities for escape. Enhance searching techniques to identify hidden weapons/contraband concealed on the inmate or within close proximity (area searches). This course is constantly evolving, incorporating current events and relevant supporting material that meet the professional needs of Law Enforcement. During this dynamic and entertaining seminar, participants will discuss and learn about the following:  Understanding Inmate Behavioral Characteristics  Proxemics and Tactical Positioning  The Importance of Building Rapport  Understanding Exploitation of Officer Vulnerabilities  Pre-Attack Indicators  5%er Mindset  Decisions Under Stress  Restraints and Their Limitations  Conducting Effective Searches  Successful Escorts  Immediate vs. Calculated Use of Force Please register with the vender www.calibrepress.com

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CERT is a concept developed in 1985 by the Los Angeles Fire Department. They recognized that citizens would very likely be on their own during the early stages of a catastrophic disaster. Accordingly, the LAFD decided that some basic training in disaster survival and rescue skills would improve the ability of citizens to survive until emergency personnel could arrive. Thus CERT teams where created to provide vital services in the absence of emergency responders.

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Citizens 18 and older with a valid NJ drivers liscense.

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The Class One Special Law Enforcement Officer has limited enforcement powers. The officer may enforce law for motor vehicle violations, city ordinances, petty disorderly persons offenses and disorderly persons offenses. Upon graduation the officer receives full certification as a Class One Special Law Enforcement Officer from the New Jersey Police Training Commission and have these enforcement powers while working. The academy course is 80 hours long and includes course in criminal law, motor vehicle law, community responsibility, handling disputes and disturbances, traffic direction, use of force, handcuffing, defensive tactics, police baton, first aid and CPR. Sponsorship by a police agency is required. The police agency will, upon agreement of employment,forward an application to the academy on your behalf

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Coaching as Skill in Law Enforcement Presented by Officer Fasil Khan, Karen Sullivan, and Ray Bailey. In this educational workshop the participants will learn: How to “Develop and Improve Leadership Skills” How to “Manage Career Transitions, Going Rank to Rank” (Dealing with the “Critical Shift”) How to “Identify Goals and Create an Action Plan” How to get more results out of your employees. THIS IS A FREE COURSE!

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This is the basic or at-scene course that teaches students the proper techniques for recognizing and properly recording vehicle collision results on roadways and gathering critical evidence that may be used to reconstruct a crash at a later date. The police officer will learn information from and about people / vehicles / roads, how to measure collision scenes, make field sketches, draw after crash diagrams to scale, make simple speed estimates, and systematically photograph vehicles and crash scenes.

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The New Jersey Regional Community Policing Institute will be conducting a ten day modular training program at our facility. This 80 hour program offers a complete basic education in community policing. Completion of all ten modules and a capstone project are required for graduation. The Capstone Project is a real world application of the theory presented in the training modules where students develop and implement community projects.

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March 13-15, 2002 and September 25-27, 2002. This 3-day proactive course utilizes the philosophy of Community Policing for police officers, advocates and emergency services personnel. The concentration of this course is to help the student better understand the dynamics of domestic violence, the reasons that victims remain in a home with a batterer, and to have increased awareness on how to assist the victim with Safety Planning and Full Faith and Credit issues.

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The CDIC is a 5-day classroom course designed to train civilian drug law enforcement agencies in subjects related to counterdrug/drug interdiction actions to include: counterdrug investigations and operations techniques and methods, drug identification and testing, undercover operations, and drug demand reduction programs. The CDIC is taught by military and civilian instructors from the US Army Military Police School (USAMPS), based at Ft. Leonard-Wood, MO. USAMPS has been providing top-quality training to law enforcement agencies for many years, and their instructors bring a wealth of civilian and military law enforcement to them. The USAMPS team deploys to the agency's location and conducts the training on-site.

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The program is taught by the US Army Military Police School through Operation Alliance. There is no cost for this training and seats are assigned on a first come- first served basis. The program provides training in Executive and Witness Protection Services. Emphasis will be placed upon protection of public officials, witnesses against drug offenders, and others threatened in a narco-terrorism environment. Students will need to supply a motor vehicle for motorcade operations and evasive driving techniques. Course Topics: • Special Weapons and Equipment • Unarmed Self-defense • Walking Formations • Mounted/Dismounted Formations • Attack Recognition • Surveillance Detection and • Dignitary/ Witness Protection.

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This course is designed to teach new and experienced crime scene investigators various tools needed for photography including: crime scenes, the use of alternate light sources, low light photography, marco-photography and surveillance photography. Legal aspects of digital photography are also presented and discussed. Officer Phillip Sanfilippo of Miami Dade PD and Det. Ian Finnimore of the Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office will instruct. The course will be given at Stockton State College in Galloway Twp., NJ.

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This course is designed to provide the student with an understanding of crime scene preservation and the role of forensic science in law enforcement. The student will also learn the concepts and procedures of crime scene photography. Topics will include: introduction to Forensic Science; crime scene photography (to include both film and digital); source and relevance of serological fluids and trace evidence; locating latent fingerprints and the various technique utilized in processing and lifting found latents; locating and processing of impression evidence; and crime scene sketching. Students should bring their work cameras.

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At the conclusion of this five day program, the student will have an understanding of crime scene preservation and the role of forensic science in law enforcement. Additionally, the student will become adept at learning the concepts and procedures of crime scene photography. Topics to be covered are as follows: • Introduction to Forensic Science • Crime Scene Photography • Source and Relevance of Serological Fluids • Source and Relevance of Trace Evidence • Glass Fractures • Latent Fingerprinting • Cyanoacrolate Ester Fuming Method (Super Glue) • Casting Techniques • Crime Scene Sketching Class size is limited to twenty students and space is reserved on a first come basis.

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This course is designed to provide the law enforcement officer with a comprehensive perspective of the criminal activities, techniques, and potential threats associated to Transnational Organized Crime and Global Terrorism. The law enforcement officer will gain an understanding of criminal indicators, smuggling trends and techniques which are utilized by criminal organizations/gangs, smuggling networks and terror operatives. The course further illustrates how organized crime syndicates and terrorists exploit various private sector companies within the transportation industry. The course provides best practices and methods for the law enforcement officer to identify criminal activity through confidential sources, intelligence led policing, and enhancing cooperative investigations. This course is modeled after a highly successful operation called "Operation Safe Passage", developed by the New Jersey State Police to combat drug trafficking, organized crime, cargo theft and domestic terrorism. registration is with the vendor: www.globalpolicesolutions.com

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This is a five day course, taught by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, designed to familiarize police officers with the current doctrine and theory of successful negotiations with individuals who are suicidal or in crisis, as well as criminal, mentally deranged and fanatic hostage takers. Instruction stresses the goal of preserving all lives concerned and emphasizes both psychological theory and a practical "how to" approach in dealing with the hostage taker. Attendees should be highly motivated and designated by their agency to act as negotiators during actual crisis situations. CLASS REGISTRATION IS CLOSED CLASS IS FULL

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This course is designed to ensure a quality presentation of advanced critical incident negotiation skills training for hostage and barricaded suicide negotiation teams, with an emphasis on advanced communication, active listening, and effective questioning techniques. Completion of an approved Critical Incident Negotiations Level I course is a prerequisite to this Level II course. $595 Register at www.globalpolicesolutions.com

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This two-day program is appropriate for all supervisors, managers, law enforcement officers, public safety personnel and chaplains. Attendees will be briefed as to the cause, effect, signs and symptoms of the most common and current law enforcement stress, especially critical incident. Traumatic stress. Attendees will be introduced to, or reminded of practical responses and stress management strategies for peers, professionals, managers and leaders. Law Enforcement stress management and crisis leadership approaches will be discussed in a preventative posture, during a crisis and afterwards (including Death and Emergency Notification), all from a factual, anecdotal and motivational perspective. Class size is limited by available classroom space. The dress code is Class A Uniform or business attire.

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Course Duration: 40 hours Max. Number of Students: 25 Instructional Setting: Classroom COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to ensure a quality presentation of critical incident negotiation skills training for hostage and barricaded suicide negotiation teams, in order for them to bring about a peaceful resolution to critical incidents. This course is designed to teach the basic skills, techniques and concepts required of any critical incident negotiator, with an emphasis on communication and active listening. Topics Include: • Introduction to Critical Incident Negotiations • Critical Incident Negotiations Team Design • Response Planning • Team/Department Standard Operating Procedures • “The First Forty-five Minutes” • Working with Command • Essential Communication Skills • Active Listening Skills • Throw Phone and other Communication Devices • Primary and Coach working as a team • Finding the Hook • Documenting the Negotiation • What is Negotiable • Theories of Motivation • Who is in Command? • Antisocial Personality Disorder • Borderline Personality Disorder • Paranoid Personality Disorder • Dependant Personality Disorder • The Surrender Process • Team Debriefing After the Incident • Dealing with the Critical Incident • Students will have two full days of working as a team while honing their skills in real life practical exercises INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL To provide the critical incident negotiator with the skills, techniques and basic concepts needed to bring about a peaceful resolution to a critical incident. The negotiator will learn the importance of negotiating as a team, as well as the roles and responsibilities of each team member assigned. An understanding as well as practical knowledge of these concepts and skills is fundamental for critical incident negotiation teams to be successful in bringing about a peaceful resolution to the critical incidents they will encounter. Dates and Locations: December 3-7, 2012 Atlantic County Dept. of Public Safety Police Training Center 5033 English Creek Avenue Egg Harbor Township, NJ, 08234-5743 Course Fee: $595 “Meeting The Needs For Professional Police Training” WWW.GLOBALPOLICESOLUTIONS.COM Call Us Toll Free At: 855-4GPSTRAINING

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This 5-day (40 hours) agency instructor level certification program is designed for agencies to train and certify departmental instructors in managing deadly force options in correctional institutions. This course primarily focuses on the initial phases of response for CERT and SORT Team members showing the most effective response when the crowd is progressive and violent, also addressing how to use formation, chemical munitions intergrading primary and secondary firearms. Those interested should register for this class through Fox Valley Technical College at www.fvtc.edu/redmantraining

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TOPICS IN CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION: BODY FLUIDS AND TRACE EVIDENCE November 28-29, 2012 This is a two-day program with the first day devoted to body fluids and the second to trace evidence. The first program consider types of body fluids and how the investigator might collect and analyze these. Topics to be covered during this session include: (1) scientific basis of body fluid examination; (2) blood and bloodstains and their collection; (3) seminal stains; and (4) other types of fluids such as saliva, urine, and fecal matter. The second day provides discussion on such trace evidence elements as hair, textile fibers, paint chips, glass fragments, and gunshot residue particles. Topics in this segment include: (1) trace evidence associated with clothing; (2) recovery of the clothing of the victim; (3) cloth fragments and impressions; (4) threads; (5) fibers; (6) hair; (7) soils, rocks, and minerals; and debris. INSTRUCTOR: Jonathan Turner, Crime Scene Investigator, Toms River Police Department, Toms River, New Jersey. NOTE: ENROLLMENT IS FOR BOTH CLASSES AND NOT FOR INDIVIDUAL ONES. DATE/LOCATION/TIME Seminar will be conducted November 28-29, 2012 at the Atlantic County Police Training Center, 5033 English Creek Avenue, Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey. Class will be in session 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily. FEE $295 per person. Registration is at www.le-seminars.org NOT with the academy.

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This one-day course designed to provide law enforcement officers with knowledge to move forward with technology facilitated criminal investigations. This course will cover the following topics: • Laws affecting technology facilitated crime • Internet Protocol (IP) Addressing • Protection and seizure of digital evidence for first responders • Cellular phone data and GPS devices • Electronic Communication investigations • Social Network Investigations • Hacking and computer theft • Resources available to law enforcement REGISTRATION IS WITH THE VENDOR - www.specializedletraining.com

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This seminar is for officers and investigators who have little previous training in death related cases or those who desire a refresher seminar on these types of investigations.. Topics to be covered include: (1) role of forensic science in death case investigation; (2) typical wounds encountered in such cases; (3) evidence collection and methods of transport; (4) case specific crimes and situations; (5) dealing with witnesses; (6) informing family members; (7) suspect apprehension; (8) basic interview and interrogation methods; and (9) importance of documentation and working with the prosecutor for successful case conclusion. Registration is at www.le-seminars.org Fee is $295

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This course will include but not limited to: *Arrest techniques *Stance and movement with base and balance *Defensive and offensive maneuvers to use while using hands, arms and feet to block *Take down techniques to thwart popular ground fighting moves *Edged weapon control and disarm techniques Lead Instructor: Jose Tabora- Owner and operator of the Bullpen Vale Tudo in Egg Harbor Township, NJ. He is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Blackbelt under Robson Moura and has been training for 20+ years. Jose has been learning and teaching Muay Thai for 11 years under Sakasem "The Punisher" Kanthawong. The drills in this course are rigorous; participants should be in good physical condition. Recommended Equipment: P/T gear with Duty Belt. Water Bottles and carbohydrates are highly recommended. Out of County $75.00 payable to The Bullpen by check, money order or voucher and sent to the Atlantic County Police Training Center.

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Course Description: This is a custom two day, hands-on training course and is designed for female officers who are ready to take their tactical and physical skills to the next level. This course is facilitated by an all female squadron of instructors (As seen at Calibre Press, Street Survival for Women). By learning sound concepts and appropriate defensive tactics techniques, officers will build confidence and competence thus responding more appropriately to threats and creating successful outcomes. Topics include but not limited to: The fighting lioness mindset and training philosophies, Functional fitness for the female officer, Weapons retention, Fighting from the ground up-Use your tools! Close quarter combat for the smaller stature officer, Subject control-Whole body concepts, Integrating weapon systems-Speed and tactical transitions. All participants should be in good physical condition. Recommended Equipment: P/T gear with Duty Belt. Water Bottles and carbohydrates are highly recommended. Tuition is $299.00 per officer and is due on 1st day. Make checks or vouchers payable to "Louka Tactical Training" 650 Light Tower Road Belleville, MI 48111. 734-260-2975. www.loukatactical.com Any further questions call Instructor Costantino at 609-407-6781

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This course will teach the officer arrest techniques, stance and movement, base and balance. Defensive and Offensive moves to use while using hands, arms and feet to block and take down tehcniques to thwart popular ground fighting moves. Edged weapons and controls and disarm techniques. The drills in this course are rigorous; participants should be in good physical condition. Lead Instructor: Chief Instructor Rick Bianchi Instructor: Jose Tabora- Owner and operator of the Bullpen Vale Tudo. He is a Brizilian Jiu-Jitsu Blackbelt under Robson Moura and has been training for 20+ years. Jose has been learning and teaching Muay Thai for 11 years under Sakasem "The Punisher" Kanthawong.

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This course will teach the officer arrest techniques, stance and movement, base and balance. Defensive and offensive moves to use while using hands, arms and feet to block and take down tehcniques to thwart popular ground fighting moves. Edged weapons and controls and disarm techniques. The drills in this course are rigorous; participants should be in good physical condition. Head Instructor: Jose Tabora- Owner and operator of the Bullpen Vale Tudo. He is a Brizilian Jiu-Jitsu Blackbelt under Robson Moura and has been training for 20+ years. Jose has been learning and teaching Muay Thai for 11 years under Sakasem "The Punisher" Kanthawong.

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DEFENSIVE TACTICS AND GROUND FIGHTING FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS IN-SERVICE 1st and 3rd Week of each Month Beginning February 4, 2014 Tuesdays 9:00 am - 10:30 am Thursdays 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm LOCATION: The Bullpen Vale Tudo 2606 Fire Road Egg Harbor Township, NJ $25.00 per session UNLESS your department pays your fee. Contact Rick Bianchi 609-407-6725 This course is meant to develop and strengthen officers' arrest techniques, defensive and offensive moves using hands, arms, legs, and feet to block, and take down techniques to thwart popular ground fighting moves. Also edged weapon controls and disarm techniques. With the recent popularity of ground and ultimate-style fighting, many civilians are studying this type of combat. Many use of force encounters with law enforcement officers end up on the ground. This makes ground fighting skills for officers more important than ever. The drills in this course are rigorous; participants should be in GOOD physical condition. The uniform for this course is PT gear with water bottle. NJ PTC certified instructor, Jose Tabora, owner/operator of Bullpen Vale Tudo, is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt under Robson Moura, training for over 20 years. Jose has been learning and teaching Muay Thai for 9 years under Sakasem "The Punisher" Kanthawong. DO NOT SEND REGISTRATIONS TO THE POLICE TRAINING CENTER

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This course is designed for Defensive Tactics Instructors In-Service.The Class will include the MDTS and MEB programs and other defensive tactics techniques.Duty belts including expandable batons and handcuffs. Physical fitness is a requirement to attend and only highly motivated students should attend this class

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An eight hour course for instructors already certified in MDTS and MEB. Duty belt with all gear required. Priority given to Atlantic County agencies. Class size limited to 18.

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This course is designed for law enforcement personnel that will have the responsibility of teaching proper defensive tactics techniques. Upon successful completion of this course officers will be certified to instruct basic handcuffing, subject control, self defense and weapon retention, Manadock Defensive Tactics System (MDTS) & Manadock Expandable Baton (MEB). The course will also include training in Pressure Point Control Tactics, Sudden Custody Death, liability issues, and use of force reports. Class size: Limited to 20 students. This is a hands-on course and all trainees must be in good physical condition. There will be a written and practical exams at the conclusion of this course. Prerequisites: Minimum five years of law enforcement experience. Equipment: All trainees must bring full duty belt, handcuffs and key, Expandable Baton & Holder.

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This six day course is designed for law enforcement personnel responsible for instructing defensive tactics. Upon successful completion of the course, students will be certified to tech basic handcuffing, subject control, self defense and weapon retention. The program will also include training in Pressure Point Control Tactics, Sudden In Custody Deaths, liability issues and use of force reports. This is a hands on course and all participants must demonstrate an acceptable level of proficiency. Written and practical exams will be given at the conclusion of the training. Students should be in good condition and free of any physical limitations. Students will need their complete duty belt, hinge handcuffs and key.

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This program is sponsored by Benchmark Professional Seminars. A detailed brochure which fully describes the program is available by calling the Seminar Coordinator at 302-654-9091

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This course is designed to provide the law enforcement investigator with the knowledge and understanding of how to target, develop, and manage the confidential informant. The law enforcement investigator/officer will learn the Do’s and Don’ts of CI management, as well as the importance of proper documentation, planning, and control of the CI, to include the consequences of poor CI management. Topics Include: • Development of the Confidential Informant • Keeping a Professional Relationship • Regular Drug Testing • Targeting Potential Sources • Intelligence Gathering • Have a Plan-Managing the CI • Surveillance and Supreme Court Decisions • Controlling the CI and its Environment REGISTRATION IS WITH GLOBALPOLICESOLUTIONS.COM

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Documenting Force delivers proven strategies that help officers avoid unnecessary internal and external scrutiny. Course materials are approved for POST credit in 21 states and our 'handy' Documenting Force lesson provides dozens of report examples for use in the field. Participants receive instruction on how to: •Limit individual and agency liability. •Explain tactical decisions using quantifiable terms. •Identify critical details needs in use of force reports. •Examine reports for clarity, accuracy, and completeness. •Apply strategies that make reports easier to read and write. REGISTRATION IS WITH FORCE-CONCEPTS.COM NOT WITH TRAINING CENTER

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In many instances of justified use of force poor documentation leads to unsatisfactory outcomes for individuals and organizations alike. This two day course is intended for line officers, supervisors, command personnel and Internal Affairs investigators. The goal is to provide participants with strategies to enhance formatting, emphasis, and critical item inclusion which generate reports that withstand internal reviews and external scrutiny.

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This course is designed as a basic investigation course for law enforcement officers who investigate cases of Domestic Violence. Topics of instruction / discussion: - Review of NJ Domestic Violence Act. & Legal up-dates. - History of the Domestic Violence laws: Tracy Thurman incident. - Breaking the Cycle of Domestic Violence. - Victimology. - Mind of the Batterer / Abuser - Evidence based Prosecution - Evidence collection - Taking Statements & Reports - Strangulation & Stalking - Responding to DV call and Arrival On-Scene. - Police Involved Domestic Violence Incidents - Counseling Programs - Victim Resources

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This course is being sponsored by the DHS / FLETC / Rural Policing Institute and hosted by the Atl Co Police Training Center. Program Focus: This customized workshop provides the student with ways to effectively present the topics of: Domestic Violence Basics - provides refresher information about domestic violence basics while focusing on student-centered learning principles. Evidence Gathering- provides refresher information about how to take a case to trial without relying on victim testimony while focusing on student-centered learning principles. Effectively Conduct Interviews- provide skills and techniques to effectively interview victims, suspects, and other witnesses of domestic violence incidents. Sexual Assault, Stalking, and Strangulation- provide law enforcement officers with fundamental knowledge and techniques necessary to conduct investigations of strangulation cases. Through lecture, and discussion, the students will be able to identify the principles of good investigative techniques that will enable them to better serve the victim’s need for safety, compassion, and professionalism while improving accountability. Who Should Attend: Qualified applicants must be full-time, sworn law enforcement peace officers. Eligibility: This program is being funded by the FLETC’s Rural Policing Institute. Preference for admission into this program is given to non-federal law enforcement officers or other emergency responders working in rural areas. “Rural” is defined as any area outside of a metropolitan statistical area (MSA), as defined by the Office of Management and Budget; or any jurisdiction inside of a MSA located in a county, borough, parish or land under the jurisdiction of an Indian Tribe with a population of no more than 50,000. Please visit Eligibility Requirements for more information. Non-rural applicants may be admitted on a space-available basis approximately 35 days prior to the program’s start date. Cost: TUITION-FREE Attendees are responsible for all travel, lodging and meal expenses. Registration: (1) Go to https://registration.fletc.gov/ to create an account or login to an existing account; (2) Once logged in select “view/register for courses” under Basic User Functions at the left of the page; (3) select desired course and location and click on “search”; and (4) course options will populate below the box and then select “apply” to register for desired course. If you need to contact us for additional information: E-mail us at FLETC-RuralPolicingInstitute@dhs.gov or call 800-743-5382. “Taking

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This course is being offered by the DHS-Rural Policing Institute and hosted the the Atlantic County Police Training Center. Program Focus: This course is designed to give the investigator the tools necessary to collect, preserve and present evidence to the prosecutor to prove the crime of felony child abuse and neglect. Drug Endangered Children investigations falls under the purview of a federal mandate and new drug strategy from the Office of National Drug Control Policy. Specifically designed to include law enforcement officers recognizing the evidence of a crime, the collection and preservation of evidence, understanding the careful methodology required for forensic interviews of children, presenting judicial authorities with the specific components required to obtain a search/arrest warrant and completing concise literary documentation or reports to substantiate child abuse in a drug environment. Who Should Attend: Qualified applicants must be full-time, sworn law enforcement peace officers. Eligibility: This program is being funded by the FLETC’s Rural Policing Institute. Preference for admission into this program is given to non-federal law enforcement officers or other emergency responders working in rural areas. “Rural” is defined as any area outside of a metropolitan statistical area (MSA), as defined by the Office of Management and Budget; or any jurisdiction inside of a MSA located in a county, borough, parish or land under the jurisdiction of an Indian Tribe with a population of no more than 50,000. Please visit: Eligibility Instructions for eligibility requirements or for more information. Non-rural applicants may be admitted on a space-available basis beginning approximately 35 days prior to the program’s start date. Cost: TUITION-FREE Attendees are responsible for all travel, lodging and meal expenses. Program Information: Go to: Rural Policing Institute Training and scroll down to appropriate program listed. Registration: (1) Go to https://registration.fletc.gov/ to create an account or login to an existing account; (2) Once logged in select “view/register for courses” under Basic User Functions at the left of the page; (3) select desired course and location and click on “search”; and (4) course options will populate below the box and then select “apply” to register for desired course. If you need to contact us for additional information: E-mail us at FLETC-RuralPolicingInstitute@dhs.gov and put “RPI-DEC” in the subject line or call 1-800-743-5382. Would you like to receive our training notices via email? Go to Receive Training Notices Sign Up Page and complete the short sign up form.

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Course Description:
Northeast Counterdrug Training Center Drug Identification Date: August 13 – 14, 2014 Location: Atlantic County Police Training Center, 5033 English Creek Avenue, Egg Harbor Twp., NJ 08234 To register for this course, visit: www.counterdrug.org COST: There is NO FEE for attending this course. Students are responsible for their own meals. co sponsored by: NY/NJ HIDTA WHO MAY ATTEND THIS CLASS 2 days (16 hours) 1.Law Enforcement 2.Probation/Parole 3.Corrections 4.Military (SF, MP only) co sponsored by: NY/NJ HIDTA The course will educate and supply information regarding the preliminary field identification of illegal and diverted legal drugs, as well as associated paraphernalia to law enforcement personnel. The course should serve as a tool and aid in the identification drugs, aimed at the reduction of usage an illicit sales. The course provides for definitions of basic drug terminology and the scheduling of drugs based on Controlled Substance ACT (CSA). Information will be provided on the chemical make up controlled substances as well as the manner in which they are produced for human consumption. This course of instruction will describe the manner that the controlled substances are introduced into the human body and physical reactions caused by the use of controlled dangerous substance. Register for this class at the link below....

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This full day course is designed to help officers identify subjects who are under the influence of substances other than alcohol. The content will help to detect impaired drivers as well as recognize signs and symptoms of impaired individuals. The course content can easily be adapted to other aspects of police work. The course will cover street drugs, prescription and over the counter medications as well as other substances of abuse. Attendees will learn how each of the seven drug categories effect clinical indicators such as eye and pupil reactions, pulse, body temperature and how to readily recognize these indicators. The course will offer an overview of the Standardized Field Sobriety tests and an introduction into the Drug Recognition Expert program. Current drug trends, paraphernalia, methods of ingestion and current case law will also be discussed. This course is being sponsored by the New Jersey Drug Recognition Expert Association. Registration forms and additional information can be obtained from their website www.njdre.org or email Joe Abrusci, jta037@aol.com. ALL REGISTRATIONS ARE BEING HANDLED BY THE ASSOCIATION, NOT THE ACADEMY Class size is limited to 35

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This course is taught by Defensive System Institute lead instructor Eric Scheffler.

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This four hour workshop is appropriate for all supervisors, managers, law enforcement officers, public safety personnel and chaplains. Attendees will be briefed or reminded as to the basics in Emergency and Death Notifications. Material will be presented to help those who must notify survivors of the death of a family member or loved one due to homicide, an automobile crash, heart attack, drowning or other sudden and unexpected events. Guidelines will be discussed and demonstrated to assist notifying survivors effectively and sensitively; including tips on what not to say or do. Class size is limited by available classroom space. The dress code is Uniform or casual business attire. Note: A related one day workshop is being presented re: “Trauma Survival for Law Enforcement & Corrections”, on the preceding day Aug. 15, 2013, at the academy. See Academy web-site for details.

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This one day course is designed to familiarize officers and other first responders with current best practices regarding responses to people with mental illnesses. Emphasis will be on safe, effective and professional concerns of the first responder when handling individuals with mental illness in crisis, distress or other circumstances. Instruction will utilize practical demonstrations and exercises approaching and communicating with individuals suffering from Mood, Anxiety, Personality and Psychotic Disorders along with Alzheimer’s Disease and other mental health issues. Facts and myths, signs and symptoms, helpful “dos and don'ts” and safe practices will be addressed.

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Course Description:
The Atlantic County Association of Chiefs of Police is hosting a 40-hour Emergency Response Team member certification course. The course is designed for new ERT members who have joined or are going to join the Atlantic County Response Teams. Equipment needed: handgun and/or long gun, ammo-500 handgun rounds, 300 rifle/subgun rounds, 100 shotgun rounds, targets, PT gear and tactical equipment including but not limited to: boots, BDU’s, helmet, goggles, body armor, gloves and flashlight. There is a special registration form that is required. For further information please contact Captain Blaze Catania (Egg Harbor Twp Pd 926-4051).

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This course will provide participants with the proper method of escorting a subject. Maximum attention will be focused upon officer safety while utilizing the hold and escalation/de-escalation according to the subject's response. Course Instructor is Eric Scheffler of Defensive Systems Institute

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This one day seminar is sponsored by the FBI.

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This course is a refresher course for Basic Emergency Vehicle Operations for current law enforcement officers. The first day of training will be a classroom presentation reviewing the NJ Attorney General Vehicle Pursuit Guidelines, Legal Updates, Vehicle Maintance and Vehicle Dynamics and will be held at the Police Training Center on English Creek Ave in Egg Harbor Twp. The second and third day will be practical hands on training and will be held at Bader Field in Atlantic City. Registration will be on a first come first serve basis and will be capped at a 20 officers per session with a maximum of 2 officers per vehicle. Attending Officers are required to bring a marked patrol vehicle in good working order. There are three sessions scheduled for 2014. (May 21-23, July 28-30 & Sept 30-Oct 2) Registration forms can be faxed to the Academy @609-407-6717, and are available at the Academy’s website, at www.aclink.org/ptc

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This 8 hour course is limited to Atlantic County Police Firearms instructors and is limited to six students per day, with a maximum of 2 overall per agency. Successful completion of this training certifies the student as a FATS instructor and carries the authority to reserve the FATS system and conduct agency training at the Atlantic County Pistol Range.

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This one-day course focuses on signs commonly exhibited prior to violent events taking place in school settings. Methods for law enforcement and school staff to recognize these signs and intervene will be addressed.

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This five day course is designed for first line supervisors and includes an examination of interpersonal communication, ethical considerations, managing the problem employee, motivation, delegation, problem solving and stress management. Also included are DISC behavioral assessments, Ken Blanchard's Situational Leadership II model and practical exercises.

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Instructed by Lt. Cyndy Velazquez, Commander of the Investigations Unit for the Lombard Police Department. This 8 hour fast paced seminar presents skill sets designed to enhance proficiency of female crime fighters mentally, physically, and tactically. Topics include: *Functional training for female officer survival *Training and Equipment *Use of Force *Physical and Emotional Health *History of women in police work *Working in a male dominated field *The importance of leadership and mentoring among female officers PLEASE REGISTER VIA CALIBRE PRESS AT http://secure.calibrepress.com/event-registration/?ee=798

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The Field Training Officer (FTO) Course is designed to train the potential FTO to mentor new officers. The program stresses five roles of the FTO, recruit training manuals, standard evaluation guidelines, the emulation process, daily observation reports, teaching techniques, liability, ethical issues, evaluator error, case law, remedial training procedures and a review of post-academy training.

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This one day course will benefit any POLICE OFFICER, DETECTIVE or PROSECUTOR assigned to investigate white collar and/or narcotics crimes. Discussion will center on the types of fraud and methods utilized to move currency and basic investigative measures to assist in identifying the flow of money and assets. Specific focus will be on the investigative measures (including what questions and interview techniques to utilize) in narcotics and/or white collar cases. Discussion on how to build a financial profile of your target(s) along with identifying assets of the individuals and organizations. Emphasis will include, but not be limited to the forfeiture of assets/seizures of properties; various investigative databases designed to identify fraudulent activity, proactive and reactive investigative measures and how to testify in Court in a financial investigation related to a narcotics and/or white collar crime. REGISTRATION IS WITH THE VENDOR - www.specializedletraining.com

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Course Description:
This program is sponsored by Benchmark Professional Seminars. A detailed brochure which fully describes the program is available by calling the Seminar Coordinator at 302-654-9091

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Course Description:
The State Regulatory Bureau has recently revised the "Firearms Applicant Investigative Guide Book". Members of the New Jersey State Police Firearms Investigation Unit will be presenting a four hour block of instruction on the revisions. This training is designed to familiarize your personnel with the proper use of the guide book. The guide explains in detail the process for investigating applicants for: Firearms Purchaser Identification Card, Permit to Purchase a Handgun and Duplicate Firearms Purchaser Identification Card. Additionally, the guide book details all of the forms and fees associated with processing applicants for firearms permits. It addresses frequently asked questions about New Jersey's firearms laws and introduces a mechanism for investigators to record their findings when investigating firearms permit applicants. Questions about this course should be addressed to Detective Sergeant First Class Barry Bowers, NJSP Firearms Investigation Unit, at (609) 882-2000 ext. 2664.

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This program is designed for current Atlantic County Police In-Service CPR/AED instructors. Successful completion of this training will permit the trainer to continue with the In Service program as a First Aid instructor.

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This course is designed to ensure a quality presentation of supervisory skills training for First Line Supervisors, so they can assist their subordinates in being successful law enforcement officers. The course is designed to teach basic skills, techniques and concepts of supervision, with an emphasis on “People Skills”, Communications, and Ethics. Registration is with the vendor : www.globalpolicesolutions.com

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Course Description:
Dealing with problem personnel and the fitness for duty examination by Robert Tanenbaum, Phd. Seminar is sponsored by the Atlantic County Chief's of Police Association. Make check out to "Atlantic County Chief's of Police Association"

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Course Description:
The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center brings the most up-to-date course on responding to active threats to Atlantic County. This is a four day course with the fourth day focusing on tactical emergency treatment of the injured. The class is heavy on drills in a school setting. Two of the days will be 3-11 to allow use of a local school to practice tactics.

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The police officer will possess the knowledge and skills necessary to advise citizens on how best to protect themselves from criminal attack at home, at work, and in public places. The officer will obtain an understanding of Crime Analysis, Risk Management, and how to speak effectively before a group. The officer will have a working knowledge of locking devices, security lighting, intrusion detection systems, along with enhancing exterior doors and windows of a local resident or business. With this knowledge, the officer will be able to conduct a security survey of a home or business resulting in identifying specific physical security improvements and make the proper recommendations.

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This 8 hour class gives information to aid in gender-related issues. Topics to be discussed are the issues of gender communications problems, what women want from their leaders, stress and women, and suggestions for improving workplace relationships. The program is structured for public safety personnel and includes concerns for trainers and recruitment and retention issues. The program is taught by Public Safety Training, Inc.

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This 8 hour course will certify students as a Glock Armorer. This course is also for officers who have to be re-certified as armorers for Glock. Completion of this training will enable the student to work on all Glock handguns. Do not bring any weapons to the course, all weapons are provided by Glock. Lunch is included. All registrations and payments are done directly through Glock @www.glocktraining.com.

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Course Description:
This course is taught by Defensive System Institute, Eric Scheffler, lead instructor. The program teaches the techniques of grappling and ground fighting, enhancing the officer's ability to overcome physical encounters and developing a greater degree of self-confidence. This is a physically demanding course and participants should be in good physical condition.

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This course will teach the officer arrest techniques, defensive and offensive moves to use while in a ground altercation. Participants should be in good physical condition.

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Head Instructor: Jose Tabora Bullpen Vale (Owner) This course will teach the officer arrest techniques,defensive and offensive moves to use while in a ground altercation, and techniques to thwart popular ground fightin moves.With the recent popularity of gound and ultimate- syle fighting, many civilians are studying this type of combat.

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Course Description:
This comprehensive, one-day “hands-on” advanced course is designed to assist law enforcement officers with the growing trend in the use of fraudulent identity documents These authentic-looking “modern day” credentials that are available online have compromised nearly every security feature on their ID’s making them virtually “undetectable” and more sophisticated than “ID Chief” counterfeits of a few years ago. This course will instruct law enforcement officers the proper ID protocol to detect/identify these fraudulent ID’s. Officers will be able to handle genuine and counterfeit ID’s side by side for comparison. Instruction will include methods to detect counterfeit driver licenses from all 50 states along with social security cards, green cards, Passports (US & Foreign) as well as International Driving Permits, Canadian and Mexican documents. Special instruction includes how to detect altered documents (titles). Instruction will include appropriate 2C statutes. INSTRUCTOR: JOSEPH VASIL, retired as Coordinator from NJ MVC Fraudulent Document Training Unit after 35 years of service as a nationally recognized expert in document fraud. He was appointed to head the NJ Attorney General/MVC Document Fraud Taskforce in 2002. Certified N.J. police instructor. Certified expert witness in Federal and State courts. He has trained NYPD, Newark JTTF, NJSP, NY/NJ Port Authority Police, along with many Federal and Local police agencies in NJ/NY/PA. Mr. Vasil has successfully trained more than 16,000 law enforcement officers over the last 25 years. Have you taken a course in Document Fraud in the past…or just have experience in this field? This Advanced course will take you to the next level of document fraud detection. Course includes a FREE MAGNIFIER and reference guide…Course is update weekly with the latest counterfeits DL’s All-new updated for 2015…includes “cheat sheets” to recognize counterfeit licenses from New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York and one additional cheat sheet of the state your choice. Certificate issued upon completion of course. $119.00-PERSONAL CHECK/AGENCY CHECK OR PURCHASE ORDER PAYABLE TO: VASIL I.D. TRAINING LLC REGISTRATION:Complete this registration form with fee and mail to: VASIL I.D.TRAINING LLC 2 GERMANTOWN RD BORDENTOWN,NJ 08505 CONTACT: Joe Vasil jvasil1@verizon.net 609-556-5203

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This comprehensive one day course is designed to assist law enforcement officers with the growing trend in the use of fraudulent identity documents. This course utilizes the latest intelligence and identification techniques of emerging technology that is used to produce high quality, authentic-looking counterfeit identity credentials that are readily available for sale via online marketplaces. This course is extremely beneficial to patrol officers and Investigators who deal with various types of identity documents. Instruction will include methods to detect counterfeit driver licenses from all 50 states along with social security cards, green cards, and passports…as well as how to detect altered documents. Instruction will also include appropriate 2C statutes concerning document fraud. All students will receive a free eye loupe along with course reference material. Limit 40 students INSTRUCTOR: JOSEPH VASIL, retired as Coordinator from NJ MVC Fraudulent Document Training Unit after 35 years of service as a nationally known expert in document fraud. He was appointed to head the NJ Attorney General/MVC Document Fraud Taskforce in 2002. Certified N.J. police instructor…Certified expert witness in Federal and State courts. He has provided document fraud training for U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security, FBI ,NYPD, NJSP and NY/NJ Port Authority police, along with many local police agencies in NJ/NY/PA. Mr. Vasil has successfully trained over 16,000 law enforcement officers over the last 25 years.” COST:$119.00- CHECK OR PURCHASE ORDER PAYABLE TO: VASIL I.D. TRAINING LLC REGISTRATION: Complete this registration form with fee and mail to: VASIL I.D.TRAINING LLC 2 GERMANTOWN RD BORDENTOWN,NJ 08505

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The NJ Office of Homeland Security & Prepardness (OHSP) with the Atlantic County Police Training Center will sponsor a "IED Search Procedures" Workshop to be presented by the DHS Office of Bombing Prevention. This workshop improves participants' knowledge of IED awareness, prevention measures, and planning protocols by outlining specific search techniques that reduce vulnerability an mitigate the risk of terrorist IED attack. The course culminates in a practical application of skill during which participants demonstrate these search techniques while working as a team. The course is designed for first responders (LE, Fire & EMS) as well as executive and frontline personnel along with those who are responsible for bomb threat and management planning and response. Registration required to attend this workshop and will be accepted on a first served basis. On line registration is available at the link below. Any further questions please email OHSPtraining@phsp.state.ne.us

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The NJ Office of Homeland Security & Prepardness (OHSP) with the Atlantic County Police Training Center will sponsor a "IED Search Procedures" Workshop to be presented by the DHS Office of Bombing Prevention. This workshop improves participants' knowledge of IED awareness, prevention measures, and planning protocols by outlining specific search techniques that reduce vulnerability an mitigate the risk of terrorist IED attack. The course culminates in a practical application of skill during which participants demonstrate these search techniques while working as a team. The course is designed for first responders (LE, Fire & EMS) as well as executive and frontline personnel along with those who are responsible for bomb threat and management planning and response. Registration required to attend this workshop and will be accepted on a first served basis. On line registration is available at the link below. Any further questions please email OHSPtraining@phsp.state.ne.us

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This course provides a basic overview of immigration enforcement for the law enforcement community. it covers the various groups of immigrants commonly encountered by the patrol officer and detective during the normal course of their duties as well as the tools available to properly identify a foreign national and notify ICE pursuant to any arrest involving them. It also provides instruction on how to comply with the New Jersey Attorney General's Directive 2007-3 regarding the arrest of a suspected illegal aliens. In addition, the course provides an in-depth, hands-on instruction regarding the identification of authentic and fraudulent immigration identity documents. This course is taught by an ICE Certified Forensic Document Instructor who currently serves as a Supervisory Officer with US Immigration & Customs Enforcement in New Jersey. Enrollment is limited to 40

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Successful completion of this four day program certifies the student to instruct the expandable baton programs. Instructor certification is valid for four years. This is a hands on course and all participants must demonstrate an acceptable level of proficiency. Written and practical exams will be given at the conclusion of the training. Students should be in good condition and free of any physical limitations. Participants will need their complete duty belt including impact tool and holder.

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Date: Tuesday, June 3rd, 2014 Time: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm Location: Richard Stockton College of New Jersey 101 Vera King Farris Dr. Galloway NJ 08205 Co Sponsors: The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Police Department, Atlantic County Police Training Center, and the Middle Atlantic Great Lakes Organized Crime Law Enforcement Network (MAGLOCLEN) Who should attend This awareness level workshop is designed to enhance the knowledge of state/local law enforcement and public/private sector stakeholders by providing exposure to key elements of the improvised explosive device (IED) threat, surveillance detection methods and soft target awareness. There is no cost to attend this workshop. Registration For your convenience a registration link is provided and is the only method of registration for this workshop. REGISTRATION: (https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/J8YC9JJ ) Please hit the Done button at the bottom of the link page upon completion. Seating for this workshop is strictly limited and pre-registration is required therefore; registrations will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. Confirmation e-mails will be sent to the approved attendees on May 7th, 2014, along with directions. Identification is required for admission. If you have any questions regarding this course call Michael Smith at 609-588-2498 or e-mail Michael.Smith@ohsp.state.nj.us

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The Richard Stockton College of NJ Police Department in conjunction with the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness, Middle Atlantic Great Lakes Organized Crime Law Enforcement Network (MAGLOCLEN), and U.S. Attorney’s Office District of New Jersey, will be sponsoring a training entitled: “Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings” on Thursday, June 16, 2011 from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m., at the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, Alton Auditorium, 101 Vera King Farris Dr, Galloway, NJ 08205. The workshop is a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) approved initiative and will be presented by New Mexico Tech, a DHS Consortium member. There is no cost to attend the workshop. This is a performance level (operations) course designed to prepare sworn law enforcement, certified fire fighters, certified EMTs, public works, and public safety communications personnel, to perform effectively and safely during bombing incidents, principally in support roles within the warm and cold zones of the incident scene. The course includes a familiarization with improvised explosive devices (IEDs) and explosive materials, and detailed training on critical response actions during pre- and post-detonation operations. In addition, the course addresses actions that emergency responders can take to prevent and/or deter bombing attacks against targets in their communities. Pre-registration is required no later than June 10, 2011. For your convenience a registration link is provided and is the only method of registration for this workshop. Please hit the Done button at the bottom of the link page upon completion. REGISTRATION: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/KY2GNPM (SAME as PRSBI need only apply one time for both sessions) Seating for this training is strictly limited; therefore, registrations will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis. If you have any questions regarding this workshop please e-mail ohsptraining@ohsp.state.nj.us or call the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness at (609)584-4000, option #6. Confirmation, including additional logistical information will be e-mailed directly to the attendees on June 10, 2011.

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INTERNAL AFFAIRS INVESTIGATION: AN ORIENTATION TO THE PROCESS May 16-17, 2013 A seminar designed to increase the basic knowledge and fundamental practices for individuals selected to serve as investigators in an internal affairs or professional standards unit. Program will review concepts of internal affairs investigations in both law enforcement and correctional environments along with the complexities of the process will be reviewed and discussed. Topics include: (1) basic concepts of internal affairs investigations; (2) role of responsibilities of the internal affairs investigator; (3) recognizing and reacting to deception techniques that might present themselves during the investigation; (4) procedures required in completing the internal affairs investigation; (5) disciplinary procedures; and (6) officers' rights during the internal affairs function. INSTRUCTOR: Deputy Chief Vincent Quatrone, Lodi Police Department, Lodi, New Jersey DATE/LOCATION/TIME Seminar will be conducted May 16-17, 2013 at the Atlantic County Police Training Center, 5033 English Creek Avenue, Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey. Class will be in session 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily. FEE $295 per person. Registration is at www.le-seminars.org

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COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to provide the law enforcement officer with the knowledge, skills, and techniques necessary when conducting criminal interviews and interrogations, with an emphasis on Miranda use, communication and listening skills, body language, as well as the importance of proper documentation of the interview or interrogation. Instructor: Joseph “Joe” Hudock, Retired NCIS Agent FLETC Certified Instructor Interviewing/Interrogations Terrorist Crime Scene Investigations Criminal/Intelligence Confidential Source Management REGISTRATION: WWW.GLOBALPOLICESOLUTIONS.COM Fee: $249

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This is a five day comprehensive course conducted by members of the New Jersey State Police Polygraph Unit. This course has been taught statewide and received tremendous reviews from those who have graduated. This course will give you hand on practical information that you can apply to your job immediately. Featured guest Speaker Lt. Jerry A. Lewis (Retired). Lt. Lewis has been in the polygraph field for twenty years and taught interview and interrogation in the original course. He has been a guest lecturer at the New Jersey State Police Homicide School, the Criminal Investigation School and MAGLOCEN courses. This is one lecturer you cannot afford to miss. CLASS LIMITED TO 50 PEOPLE.

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This course is designed to provide the law enforcement officer with the knowledge, skills, and techniques necessary when conducting criminal interviews and interrogations, with an emphasis on Miranda use, communication and listening skills, body language, as well as the importance of proper documentation of the interview or interrogation. registration is with Global Police Solutions -www.globalpolicesolutions.com

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This two-day course, taught by the FBI, provides an orientation into the world of computers, the internet, and how both can assist in various types of investigations. Blocks of instruction will include an introduction to computers and the internet, electronic crimes investigations, identity theft, online fraud and online sexual exploitation of children. To register for this course download the registration form at the ACPTC's web site, http://www.aclink.org/ptc/, complete and fax the form to the ACPTC at 609-407-6717

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This 4 hour update focuses on various aspects of the NJ Juvenile Justice Code and will concentrate on the practical, everyday aspects of law enforcement interaction with juveniles.

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A 16 week basic patrol dog class covering the following areas: obedience, agility, scent work, criminal apprehension, legal aspects, ERT/Swat training. For registration contact K9 Academy Coordinator Joe Rodriguez at 609-374-6288

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10 week course in narcotics, explosive and arson detection.

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12 week Scent Dog Training Course covering: Obedience, Practical Exercises in Narcotic, Explosive and Arson Detection as well as Canine 1st Aid and Field Searches. Classroom instruction in the theoretical and practical application use of scent dogs, Legal Updates and Case Law Review.

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This orientation class is designed to introduce or re-orient Law Enforcement Managers and Clergy to Law Enforcement / Public Safety Ministry. It will address the scope of this particular Chaplaincy, its purpose, requirements, resources, limits, mission, benefits and pitfalls from both the perspective of the law enforcement agency and clerical perspective. Upon completion of this class attendees will have a basic, practical understanding of the Law Enforcement Chaplaincy Model, what it is, what it is not, its costs, benefits, resources, collaborative role, role in Death Notification, Stress Management, Assets & Liabilities, Confidentiality, Ethics, Crisis & Critical Incident Preparation, Intervention & Response, Ministry to the Law Enforcement Family, Ceremonies and Events. Attending managers and clergy will be better prepared to initiate or re-organize, re-vitalize a Chaplaincy Program with sound, current practice and policy. Agencies / Clergy are requested to express interest (indicating approximate number of prospective attendees, including contact info.) by completing and submitting a Registration Form (Found on our website: www.aclink.org/ptc, or the back of our current training schedule catalogue.) You will subsequently receive further info. Registration forms can be faxed to the Academy @609-407-6717

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This orientation class is designed to introduce Law Enforcement Officers and Managers to the New Jersey Police Surgeons Program and provide the current best practices and state of the art presentation regarding the personal and collective health of those in law enforcement. It will address all facets of health and wellness support as the program goal is to provide preferential treatment to the law enforcement community. Particular issues such as Stress, Irritated Nerves, Emotional Self-Care, Law Enforcement Personality Changes, Injuries, Back Pain, Prevention, Treatment, Exercise, Rest, Nutrition, etc. will be addressed. Upon completion of this class attendees will have a better, practical understanding of unique Law Enforcement health issues and fundamental principles of addressing same. Attending Officers and managers will be better prepared to apply these principles personally and organizationally. Agencies / Officers / Managers are requested to express interest (indicating approximate number of prospective attendees, including contact info.) by completing and submitting a Registration Form (Found on our website: www.aclink.org/ptc, or the back of our current training schedule catalogue.) You will subsequently receive further info. Registration forms can be faxed to the Academy @609-407-6717

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This class, offered and taught by the FBI, is designed for first-line supervisors in law enforcement. It includes issues such as examination of interpersonal communication, managing the problem employee, motivation, delegation, problem solving and stress management. Class size is limited to 30 by the FBI, including 15 students from Atlantic County and 15 students from Cape May County.

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This is a regional school for Atlantic and Cape May Counties sponsored by the FBI. The class size is limited to 30. The slots will be allocated as follows: Atlantic (15) and Cape May (15). Please contact Atlantic County Police to sign up for the course.

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The Federal Bureau of Investigation and the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness, will be conducting a two-day workshop on Counter-Terrorism and Intelligence Issues on January 28th – 29th, 2007. The workshop will be held at Anthony Canale Training Center (Atlantic County Police Training Academy) located at 5033 English Creek Avenue, Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey. All students for this workshop must have previously attended one of the prerequisite Level 1 Counter-Terrorism Intelligence & Awareness seminars (now available at www.NJlearn.com). The course is designed to familiarize and engage local law enforcement with an array of issues, including Pre-Incident Indicators/Current Trends and Tactics, Intelligence and Law Enforcement, Foreign Threats Entering the United States, Suicide Bombers and Bomb Recognition Techniques. This course will also include a Case Study of an FBI investigation, as well as, a participant interactive exercise. Pre-registration is required for this course by no later than January 21, 2008. New Jersey law enforcement officers MUST register for this course online via www.NJLearn.com. Out-of-state law enforcement officers should follow below instruction for registering. For further details regarding this course, or to request a registration form, please e-mail OHSPtraining@ohsp.state.nj.us or call the Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness at (609)584-4000. Spaces are limited. A confirmation letter, including additional logistical information, will be e-mailed (after January 21, 2008) directly to the attendees.

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This program is sponsored by Benchmark Professional Seminars. A detailed brochure which fully describes the program is available by calling the Seminar Coordinator at 302-654-9091

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Upon completion of this intensive 50+ hour, 5-day course the participant will be able to successfully deliver progressive low light training to his or her department based on the acclaimed training developed by the Strategos staff. This training will assist departments in meeting a critical training requirement for low light training. NOTE: There will be no live fire training for this course REGISTRATION IS AT http://strategosintl.com/

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Designed for current detectives, this course is beyond the basics. Topics will include: Crime Scene, Forensics, Interviews, Interrogation, Telephone Records, Report Writing, Testifying and Trial Issues. Presented by CommandNet Training. Cost is $250, $225 if registered by March 19, $195 for three or more from same agency.

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SUPERVISING THE OPERATION OF A GENERAL CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS UNIT: A SEMINAR FOR NEW DETECTIVE UNIT SUPERVISORS May 29-30, 2014 A program designed specifically for law enforcement personnel newly assigned in the overseeing and supervision of their agency's general criminal investigation unit. The program fills the gap of providing information of a nature to assist such personnel who need to understand basic supervisory principles involved in the overseeing of their general criminal investigation unit. The program will explore various components of leadership, supervision, and managing daily operations. Topics include: (1) your new role from uniform to investigative supervisor and what is expected by your supervisors and subordinates; (2) case assignment and review; (3) follow-up case management; (4) leader and manager roles of the supervisor; (5) managing major case investigations; (6) how to measure investigative personnel field performance; (7) common pitfalls to avoid; and (8) monitoring squad members activities. INSTRUCTOR: Chief Michael Miller, Ventnor City Police Department, Ventnor City, New Jersey. REGISTER WITH VENDOR

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A two-day seminar for officers in law enforcement, corrections, military, security who oversee K-9 Units. The program will be especially valuable for those who have limited K-9 management training and who want to improve the operational capability of their units. Topics include: (1) establishing a K-9 unit or augmenting an existing one; (2) establishing K-9 unit policies; (3) legal use of K-9 units; (4) maintaining records; (5) selecting personnel for the unit; (6) using outside consultants for training; (7) working with community groups to promote understanding regarding the need for a unit; (8) maintaining health records and preventing illness of the dogs; (9) selecting dogs; (10) supervising the unit; and (11) where and when K-9s might best be utilized. INSTRUCTOR: Captain Andrew Keelan, Commanding Officer, Districts 3 and 4, New Jersey Transit Department, Newark, New Jersey $295 Registration at http://leseminars.org

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BENCHMARK PROFESSIONAL SEMINARS, INC. Wilmington, Delaware 302-654-9091 * 302-225-4165 (Fax) * info@le-seminars.com (Email) A TWO-DAY SEMINAR DESIGNED FOR PERSONNEL RECENTLY ASSIGNED TO THE ROLE OF COMMANDER OF THEIR DEPARTMENT'S PATROL UNIT. MANAGING THE UNIFORMED PATROL UNIT February 24-25, 2011 In these times of reduced budgets, we are all being asked to do more with less. Thus, efficient and effective management of operations becomes even more important. This two-day seminar will provide new patrol managers with guidelines on how to effectively manage the operations of their unit as well as offer current up-dates for experienced patrol managers looking to fine tune their patrol management skills. Topics covered will include: (1) basics of structuring a law enforcement agency; (2) general patrol operations; (3) operations functions vs. staff functions; (4) patrol unit organization and management; (5) workload analysis; (6) span of management & delegation (authority/responsibility); (7) patrol goals and objectives; (8) patrol methodology; (9) staffing and deployment; (10) importance of directed patrol; and. (11) patrol function as related to traffic law enforcement. INSTRUCTOR: Lt. Thomas DeSimone, Commander, Special Service Division, Plainsboro Police **** Registration is through Benchmark Professional Seminars via listed web site.

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Mental Health Association in Atlantic County in partnership with the Atlantic Co. Police Training Center will be a hosting a two day (half days only) 8 hour Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training. Ideal for all public service / public safety professionals, Mental Health First Aid is an adult public education program designed to improve participants' knowledge and perceptions about mental health and related issues, including how to respond to individuals who are experiencing one or more acute mental health crises (i.e., suicidal thoughts and/or behavior, acute stress reaction, panic attacks, and/or acute psychotic behavior) or are in the early stages of one or more chronic mental health problems (i.e., depressive, anxiety, and/or psychotic disorders, which may occur with substance abuse). Those completing the training will become certified in MHFA. Like traditional first aid, the goal of MHFA is to train people to assist a person experiencing an emergency situation. But, instead of teaching someone how to administer CPR or first aid, MHFA teaches people how to recognize the signs and symptoms of mental health conditions and support the person in crisis until appropriate professional help arrives. It is an indispensable tool for all professional First Responders. Learn more by going here: http://www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org This training is highly recommended for all supervisors, law enforcement officers, public safety / First Responder personnel and chaplains. It is an excellent certification to add to your credentials. Registration forms can be faxed to the Academy at 609-407-6717. Blank registration forms are available on the Atlantic County Police Training Center’s web site: www.aclink.org/ptc

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MENTORING THE NEW OR UNDERACHIEVING OFFICER Individuals assigned the task of mentoring a new or underachieving officer have a variety of challenges in ensuring all efforts are undertaken to ensure a productive officer for the agency. This program will explore various principles and techniques that training officers and other assigned personnel might utilize in the teaming up with agency officers and to work on areas where improvement is necessary so field performance might be optimize to a greater degree. Topics include: (1) recognizing officers in need mentoring before it is too late; (2) understanding the role of a mentor, including planning, organizing, directing, implementing, and evaluating activities; (3) overview of effective counseling techniques; (4) adult learning principles including use of auditory, visual, and kinesthetic; (5) essential skills that mentors must have which include, strong interpersonal skills, team building abilities and communication skills; (6) overview of proper documentation necessary during the mentoring phase; and (7) how to effectively deal with different generations of officers INSTRUCTOR: Chief Michael Miller, Ventnor City Police Department, Ventnor City, New Jersey. Registration is at www.le-seminars.org FEE $295 per person

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This course is designed to ensure a quality presentation of the dangers presented to law enforcement officers in dealing with Methamphetamine. Officers will receive a brief history of Methamphetamine, to include videos and photos of Meth, Meth Labs, Meth Addicts, and the dangers officers face when coming into contact with Meth Labs and Meth addicts themselves.

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The New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness, will be sponsoring a two and a half day ICS 300 equivalent course delivery: MGT-347 Incident Command Systems Forms Review Local Jurisdiction; MGT-313 Incident Management/ Unified Command for CBRNE and Terrorism Incidents on 02/7/2012 thru 02/09/2012. This is a multisession delivery with day one focusing on MGT-347 and days two and three focusing on MGT-313. Instruction will be provided by: Texas A&M. The workshop will be held at the Atlantic County Police Training Center, 5033 English Creek Ave. Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234.Attendance is by invite only. For more information, send request to POC Michael Smith, michael.smith@ohsp.state.nj.us MGT-347 is a 4 ½ –hour workshop that provides a detailed introduction to emergency response supervisors and mid-to upper-level managers to the Incident Command System (ICS) forms used in the development of an Incident Action Plan (IAP). Participants will examine the primary forms used in an IAP, as well as supporting and other utility forms. In addition, participants will review the planning process and where, within that process, the forms are filled out and by whom. MGT-313 is course that trains emergency responders and their supervisors and managers in the skills necessary to effectively plan for and manage large-scale incidents, including those involving CBRNE/terrorism, by applying the all-hazards command and management structures found in the National Incident Management System (NIMS).

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This course will include but not be limited to: *Arrest techniques *Stance and movement with base and balance *Defensive and offensive maneuvers to use while using hands, arms and feet to block *Take down techniques to thwart popular ground fighting moves *Edged weapon control and disarm techniques The drills in this course are rigorous; participants should be in good physical condition. Recommended for Defensive Tactic Instructors and Acert/Swat members Lead Instructor: Jose Tabora- Owner and operator of the Bullpen Vale Tudo in Egg Harbor Township, NJ. He is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Blackbelt under Robson Moura and has been training for 20+ years. Jose has been learning and teaching Muay Thai for 11 years under Sakasem "The Punisher" Kanthawong. Jose is a certified Defensive Tactics & Physical Fitness Instructor, by the NJ Police Training Commission Recommended Equipment: P/T gear with Duty Belt. Water Bottles and carbohydrates are highly recommended. Muay Thai Class- Hand wraps and boxing gloves. The training center will supply if needed. Day 1 - Muay Thai Day 2 - Jiu Jitsu - Ground Fighting Day 3 - Edged Weapons Enrollment is open for any or all days Fee - $50/day or $100 for all three days Registration form can faxed to the Academy 609-407-6717

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This one day program is designed to train officers in the proper use of the expandable or straight baton. The course covers patterns of movement, blocks, strikes, baton retention, control and takedown techniques. Monadnock certification is valid for one year. This is a hands on course and all participants must demonstrate an acceptable level of proficiency. Written and practical exams will be given at the conclusion of the training. Students should be in good condition and free of any physical limitations. Participants will need their complete duty belt including impact tool and holder.

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Created and presented by Larry E. Holtz, Esq., this two-day program will update patrol officers, detectives/investigators, supervisors, police trainers, state troopers, and sheriff's officers in the recent developments and changes in the laws of arrest, investigative detentions (with a special focus on "stop & frisk" and motor vehicle stops), search warrants, and the exceptions to the written warrant requirement. The seminar will focus on the court decisions which have been recently handed down by the United States Supreme Court, the New Jersey Supreme Court, and the various panels of the Appellate Division. In addition to providing a comprehensive update of new material, the seminar will simultaneously serve as a comprehensive refresher for those persons who have not had an opportunity to attend an arrest, search and seizure review and update for a number of years. All attendees will receive a comprehensive written manual containing the new cases, rules and procedures presented.

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Created and presented by Larry E. Holtz, Esq., this two-day, comprehensive Criminal, Motor Vehicle, and Confession Law Seminar is uniquely designed to update patrol officers, detectives/investigators, supervisors, police trainers and state troopers in the recent developments and changes in critical aspects of the criminal and motor vehicle laws, as well as the case law governing police interrogations, confessions and Miranda. Mr. Holtz provides an valuable update of the new and amended laws that have changed Title 2C, the Criminal Justice Code, Title 39, the Motor Vehicle Code, and have impacted the procedures related to the questioning of adult and juvenile suspects. In addition to teaching the new statutes, new case-law interpretations are presented in context so that the officer's application of the law is consistent with the interpretations set forth by our courts. In addition to providing a comprehensive update of new material, the seminar will simultaneously serve as a refresher for those persons who have not attended a statutory or confessional law update for a number of years. All attendees will receive a comprehensive written manual containing the new and amended sections of the statutes, along with the new case-law interpretations of pertinent Code provisions, and Confession Law procedures.

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This program is designed to update all firearms instructors on a wide range of relevant topics. Discussions will include PTC and in-service firearms training issues. All courses of fire for PTC academies and in-service requalification will be reviewed. This workshop will explore non-toxic ammunition issues and the future of law enforcement firearms training in the state with an emphasis on consistency and on-duty relevance. Classroom only, no range activities. Who should attend: PTC range masters and firearms instructors, in-service supervising firearms instructors and firearms instructors, County prosecutors' personnel who maintain law enforcement requalification records. Registration is through the Division of Criminal Justice.

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BENCHMARK PROFESSIONAL SEMINARS, INC. Wilmington, Delaware (302) 654-9091 (Voice) * (302) 225-4165. (Fax) * haberbenchmark@aol.com (Email) A SEMINAR FOR PERSONNEL WHO SERVE AS RECORDS MANAGEMENT TECHNICIANS WITHIN THEIR AGENCIES. NEW JERSEY POLICE RECORDS MANAGEMENT: UNDERSTANDING OF AND COMPLIANCE TO THE RULE AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE This program is designed specifically for State of New Jersey law enforcement personnel, whether sworn or civilian, who are assigned to the records unit within their agency. Its focus will relate to how to implement the records function in an expeditious and efficient manner and in line with New Jersey laws and regulations. This program will provide opportunity for participants to voice their concerns and to gain the necessary knowledge base relative to this most important job function. Topics to be covered include, but not limited to: (1) dealing with the public in terms of both public and exempt type records; (2) copying of records; (3) laws and statutes to follow in regard to the handling of your agency records; (4) where to go if you are unsure of an interpretation of the law or if you have questions; (5) fees that are applicable and permissible; (6) handling sealed and/or. expunged records; and (7) rules and regulations regarding retention and destruction in compliance with State of New Jersey guidelines. Finally, the program will help new records personnel become acquainted with the options available to them to make their job easier and less stressful. INSTRUCTOR: Captain Frank Locantore, Administrative Officer, Evesham Police Department, Evesham, New Jersey ****Registration is through Benchmark Professional Seminars via the listed web site

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The foundation for this course is the mandatory course project. Each participant will be required to identify a process, procedure, or operation that needs to be improved or currently does not exist within their respective Department. After choosing the topic, the participant must develop a new process, procedure, or approach that will be presented to their respective Chief of Police for consideration. There is sufficient time dedicated to towards the completion of a comprehensive project that will be presented orally to the class. Course is four 10-hour days: April 28, 29 & May 6,7 2010 Fee is $500

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This free 4 hour course is presented by Rutgers and is intended keep officers current with the NJTR1, observed problems areas and changes. The goal of this training is to clarify some of the instructions for data field entry and share the answers to many of the Frequently Asked Questions that have been submitted to both the NJDOT and to law enforcement over the recent years. The NJTR-1 plays a critical role in providing crash data to a large cross-section of transportation safety professionals that rely upon its accuracy to make improvements to our roadways, secure grant funding for strategic enforcement and analyze trends for educational campaigns to improve safety. The course reviews common NJTR-1 errors for both passenger and commercial motor vehicle crashes and offers methods to improve the quality of data that safety colleagues rely on. Plan4Saftety software functions and the process of moving data from a crash report to computer will also be discussed. The course is free, but registration is required with Rutgers at http://cait.rutgers.edu/cait/training

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National Rifle Assocation sponsored Handgun and Shotgun Intructor See NRA web site for futher registration information

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This School centers on the patrol rifle for the officers using iron sights or optics. The classroom portion informs students how to teach basic fundamentals of rifle marksmanship and handling, how to zero iron-sighted rifles, discusses zeroing policy and liability concerns. Range work quickly moves from basic marksmanship to tactical movement, use of cover, various firing positions, pivots and turns, use of the safety circle concept, reloading under stress, firing on the move, multiple threats, decision-making, and reduced light threat identification and firing. Information relating to equipment needed and cost can be obtained at the NRA web site. ALL registration is through the NRA through their web site.

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The Tactical Shooting School is intended for experienced and certified firearm instructors. The basics of instructing, communication skills, use of training aids, construction of lesson plans, and other basic instructor classes are not included in this school. The school advances towards teaching the tactical use of the duty handgun, secondary handgun and long gun (patrol rifle or shotgun with slugs). Students MUST possess strong firearm handling skills prior to attending this school. The program concentrates on advanced shooting skills, use of the "safety circle" concept, pivoting and turning to fire, movement, unconventional shooting positions, two-man patrol tactics, use of the back-up handgun, use of the off-duty handgun, an extended reduced light training session and decision making under stress. For pre-requisite qualifications, equipment needed and cost, go to the NRA web page. ALL registration is done through the NRA web site.

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The course is designed to introduce officers to the officer survival program. Completion of this training will enable the student to instruct in survival skills, analyze and critique training scenarios. This program will qualify an officer to instruct in the Simunitions portion of the in-service training program. Prerequisite is five years of service. Preference will be given to existing firearms instructors, role players and defensive tactics instructors.

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These one day recertifications are necessary for all current officer survival instructors to prepare for the in service training program. Pre-requisite: must be a current officer survival instructor and there is no fee for this program.

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P.A.T.R.I.O.T. Training Course The Atlantic County Police Academy will be delivering a training class on the “PATRIOT System” at the Atlantic County Police Academy 5033 English Creek Ave. Egg Harbor Twp., ( Canale Training Center) NJ. This course is a DHS approved initiative. There is no cost to attend this training. The training is an interactive two-day class and field exercise is designed to provide sworn law enforcement officers with training on using the P.A.T.R.I.O.T. System (Pro-Active Terrorist Recognition and Interdiction Operations and Tactics)™ to detect, deter or minimize terrorist attacks. This training is for law enforcement personnel, who routinely and regularly patrol and monitor activities at mass transit terminals, airports, sporting events, shopping malls, theme parks, school complexes, and other high-volume pedestrian and traffic venues, with training on using the P.A.T.R.I.O.T. System™ in order to detect, deter or minimize terrorist attacks. This workshop focuses on suspicious behaviors and provides pro-active threat mitigation training using an additional effective layer of security within existing budget and resource constraints. This workshop will explain the methodology used by law enforcement and security personnel to detect suspicious behaviors related to terrorist and/or criminal activity. Those individuals who successfully complete the course will be certified to screen members of the public using predetermined standards for ordinary characteristics and behavior. The P.A.T.R.I.O.T. System™ is a low-cost procedure for detecting persons who are high-risk through simple non-custodial and non-threatening, consensual encounters with the public by law enforcement officers and security officers. The goals of the workshop are to: • Identify persons who may be high security risks in public places based on behavior and appearance; • Conduct a brief non-custodial interview to determine if a person is high risk or low risk; • Take appropriate risk mitigating action; and • Identify proactive areas of acceptable resolution Class sizes are limited to twenty-five students. If you have any questions regarding this workshop please contact: George Nettles at 609-407-6722.

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Officer Survival course teaching all types of motor vehicle stops, pedestrian contacts, building searches and searching subjects.

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This one day training is specifically for patrol personnel who are in uniform in marked vehicles. The training covers everything an officer needs to know in order to start making narcotics arrests. This is NOT just awareness training; this is an operations level course. Several specific techniques are discussed and demonstrated in detail, which the officer can begin to use on the street immediately. This course focuses on staying within the boundaries of New Jersey search and seizure regulations. The instructor has developed this class utilizing everything he has learned over the last ten years of service, nine of which have been while utilizing a patrol vehicle video / audio recording system. The use of a video system is encouraged to protect the officers from false accusation as well as case evidence. Course content includes: • Physical and Psychological aspects of addiction and how to use the knowledge for enforcement purposes • The business of narcotics distribution and how it relates to street level enforcement • How to determine the best roadways to patrol • How to determine which vehicles to stop • Pre-stop observations / developing reasonable articulable suspicion • How to run a traffic / interdiction stop • Street level interview techniques. • Identifying stressors and deception via verbal clues and body language / developing suspicion • How to handle arrest / processing in order to build trust with arrestees and develop confidential informants and solver other cases • Local street level distribution identification / enforcement REGISTRATION IS WITH THE VENDOR: www.specializedletraining.com

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The N.J. Division of Highway Traffic Safety is pleased to present our crash investigation course schedules for fiscal year 2016. Our highly qualified instructors will be teaching the New Jersey based Kean University courses Basic Crash Investigation and Advanced Crash Investigation. The Vehicle Dynamics curriculum, offered as a stand alone course in the past, is now part of the Advanced Crash Investigation course. Taught by members of the Institute of Police Technology and Management, Collision Reconstruction along with an array of other Specialty Courses will be offered this year as well. The coordinators for the Crash Investigation Training Program are SGT Jay Wolf (NJSP) 609-633-9198, and SGT Joan Bloom (NJSP) 609-633-9306. As in the past all courses are funded through a grant maintained by the Division of Highway Traffic Safety and there is no charge or fees to students. It should again be noted that there is a significant amount of algebra in all courses. It is suggested that those with weak algebra skills consider refreshing their math abilities prior to enrollment. A scientific calculator is needed for all classes. Please note that the Division of Highway Traffic Safety does not enroll students. You must call the numbers listed for each class or enroll online at the respective academy website. This is a Specialty Course offered by the NJ Division of Highway Traffic Safety (DHTS). As a pre-requisite for this course, all students must have already taken Crash Investigation II. COURSE IS CLOSED - MAX ENROLLMENT REACHED

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This course is designed to train law enforcement and public safety officers to employ department-procured and issued personal radiation detectors (PRD's) within the bounds of the jurisdiction/agency operational environment, including local instruments, procedures, and legal considerations. This course provides training and extensive hands-on practice with real radioactive materials so the personnel employing a PRD in detection and interdiction missions with be able to: 1) Detect and locate the presence of radiation and or radiological material. 2) After receiving an alarm, identify and distinguish between false alarms due to; background radiation, legitimate causes, illicit radiological/nuclear material. 3) Upon detecting, locating and assessing the alarm, measure the approximate radiation level that generated the alarm. 4) Use radiological/nuclear material recognition factors to assist in the assessing the situation. 5) Upon discovering the illicit use of radiological/nuclear material, initiate organizational protocols to ensure the health and safety of responders and the public. Notice: Live Radiological Materials (RAM) will be utilized and stored during the course. The RAM is low level and following all safe guards, posses no health hazard to anyone involved. This course is being delivered by the Counter Terrorism Operations Support (CTOS) Program of National Security Technologies, LLC for the United States Department of Energy and the Department of Homeland Security To register: 1)Go to www.aclink.org/ptc 2) Print & fill out the Registration form. 3) Fax the completed form to the Police Training Center at 609-407-6717. For further information contact the Police Training Center at 609-407-6724 Note: This course is a one day (8 Hour) block of instruction that is offered on four consectitive days. Each day is limited to 25 students.

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Physical Restraint System Overview of the System- Go to YOU TUBE and check out dozens of our recent training videos for our Physical Restraint System Training classes under, WARNING ORDER, PHYSICAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM. Our restraint system design has been inspired by realistic methods of operation in real time and real world Law Enforcement and Military incidents. Another words we instruct what works best in SWAT, court room, correctional facilities and school settings. The techniques that we instruct are two and three-step techniques. They are based upon a full proof form of entry through the pummel and clench zone. We then blend and latch on to a fulcrum- anchor point. Now this system is in its' control phase and has reached a pivotal cross road, which depends solely on the actions and decisions of the subject. We will escort or take the subject down. The purpose of stream lining our techniques is simple. Less is more amidst the tumult of real world violence. This course is tailor made for school, hospital and military security units who have to operate within delicate Use of Force Policies. Registration is with the vendor - www.warningorder.net

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This is an I.B.P.A. course designed for Police Officers who want to become Instructors in Bicycle Training.

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This course will properly train the student in general maintenance and repair of a bicycle.

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This is a one day refresher class for current Bicycle Patrol Officers

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The Atlantic County Police Training Center will be hosting this one day seminar in conjunction with the Egg Harbor Township Police Department. The course is geared towards canine handlers, supervisors and administrators. The seminar is presented by Terry Fleck, Deputy Sheriff, El Dorato County, California. The program will cover the following areas: • Canines as a use of force • Canines as non-deadly force • Canine deployment issues • Canine policy • Canine training • Report writing • Handler compensation • Canine narcotics case law • Resumes For further information, please contact Lt. Blaze Catania, Egg Harbor Township Police Department, at (609) 926-4107 or Sgt. James Pasquale, Atlantic City Police Department, at (609) 485-8646.

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This program is sponsored by Benchmark Professional Seminars. A detailed brochure which fully describes the program is available by calling the Seminar Coordinator at 302-654-9091

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Course Description: This groundbreaking course will focus on three certainties within the Police community, top three in the following national statistics:  Suicide  Alcoholism  Divorce rate This course will concentrate on applying basic lifestyle changes and techniques to remedy these factors. This course is instructed by a train the trainer and a veteran Narcotics Detective. All students will receive a train the trainer certificate. Recommended Personnel: To be considered for all Law Enforcement personnel. Attire: Casual Attire Mandatory Equipment: NA Restrictions: Agency ID required, only active duty law enforcement need register Enrollment status and Cost: $125. per student, please register on line at www.warningorder.net, any questions please call toll free- 888-514-2603 YOU MUST REGISTER ONLINE www.warningorder.net

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COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to ensure a quality presentation of supervisory skills training for Supervisors and soon to be Managers, in order to assist their subordinates in being successful law enforcement officers by creating a professional work environment. The course is designed to teach the skills, techniques and principles required to be a productive, diversified supervisor, leader and manager. $325 Register at www.globalpolicesolutions.com

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This program is specifically designed for the first line police supervisor. The topics to be covered are: Leadership Communication Skills Motivation Theories Discipline Performance Appraisals Supervising Difficult Employees Handling Internal Complaints **** This course will be held at the Atlantic County Sheriff's Department on Unami Blvd in Mays Landing.

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PowerPoint for Law Enforcement This course is designed for the beginner Power Point user. The student will learn how to create a presentation, insert and animate text boxes; add pictures, add audio and video clips. Tips on how to make their presentation come alive. The course is designed to be a helping step in giving any presentation. This class will be taught using Microsoft Office 2007. Class size is limited to 16 students and available on a first come first served basis. This course is open to all law enforcement officers, assistant prosecutors and agents of the prosecutor. *** If you have any questions, please contact Det. Jason Kangas (Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office) 609-350-8411. Location: Canale Training Center 5033 English Creek Ave Egg Harbor Twp. Date: Friday, April 20, 2012 Time: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm *** If you wish to save your project, please bring a USB thumb drive.

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A basic two-day seminar for persons who have little or no experience or formal training in performing pre-employment, background investigations. The seminar will focus on background investigations within law enforcement, security, or government organizations. Topics include: (1) importance of the pre-employment background investigation; (2) what may or may not be asked during an investigation; (3) federal laws relating to employment of the handicapped; (4) various resources that may be used during the course of an investigation; (5) pre-employment interview techniques; and (6) various tests that can be used in background investigations. INSTRUCTOR: Chief Keith Bendul, Fort Lee Police Department, Fort Lee, New Jersey REGISTRATION IS WITH WWW.LE-SEMINARS.ORG

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This course will provide the student with a national overview of the abuse of prescription drugs (DAWN and NSDUH), an understanding of the CSA as it applies to prescription controlled substances and a description of prescription drugs and their victims. For officers, suggestions will be provided on the targeting, investigating and reporting of these offenses. Actual case examples will be used throughout the program. One major case investigation will be presented. Each student will be given a packet containing resource materials on diversion of prescription drugs that can be useful to their departments and communities. The instructors are retired law enforcement officers

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The Richard Stockton College of NJ Police Department in conjunction with the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness, Middle Atlantic Great Lakes Organized Crime Law Enforcement Network (MAGLOCLEN), and U.S. Attorney’s Office District of New Jersey, will be sponsoring a training entitled: “Prevention of and Response to Suicide Bombing Incidents” on Thursday, June 16, 2011 from 1:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m., at the at the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, Alton Auditorium, 101 Vera King Farris Dr, Galloway, NJ 08205. The workshop is a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) approved initiative and will be presented by New Mexico Tech, a DHS Consortium member. There is no cost to attend the workshop. This course is designed to provide sworn law enforcement, certified fire fighters, certified EMTs, and public safety communications personnel, training on the suicide bombing threat. The course includes familiarization with improvised explosive devices (IED) and explosive materials typically used in suicide bombing attacks. The course addresses actions that individual emergency responders can employ to assist in the prevention or deterrence of suicide bombings and techniques, tactics, procedures that support effective and safe response to a suicide bombing attack. Pre-registration is required no later than June 10, 2011. For your convenience a registration link is provided and is the only method of registration for this workshop. Please hit the Done button at the bottom of the link page upon completion. REGISTRATION: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/KY2GNPM (SAME as IRTB need only apply one time for both sessions) Seating for this training is strictly limited; therefore, registrations will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis. If you have any questions regarding this workshop please e-mail ohsptraining@ohsp.state.nj.us or call the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness at (609)584-4000, option #6. Confirmation, including additional logistical information will be e-mailed directly to the attendees on June 10, 2011.

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This Course has been created and is instructed by NJ municipal police officer Dennis Benigno. Officer Benigno is in his 14th year in Law Enforcement with experience as a Corrections Officer, Police Officer in Washington D.C., and the last 10 years as a municipal police officer in the State of NJ. Benigno is a pro-active police officer who developed this course after recognizing the need for a class that can offer specific training to NJ police officers in overall police knowledge. This course is extremely informative with a lot of students stating “I was so into the class I didn’t want it to end.” Past students have claimed that they "Finally feel like they know their job", and have described it as "The Class to take." This course is designed to make the Police Officer CONFIDENT in their every day duties as well as become proficient and open their eyes to Criminal and Narcotic Interdiction. This course was first offered in November of 2012 and has already reached over 700 police officers to date. Most students believe that this was the best training course that they have ever attended and several past students commonly re-attend. In the class the student will learn Patrol Tactics, Drug Trends, Persons under the influence of CDS, Case Law, Search and Seizure, the laws that we don't use in Title 39 that most are surprised by, Consent Searches, and HOW TO NEVER LOSE WHEN SOMEBODY IS LYING ABOUT WHO THEY ARE! These methods have been proven to be efficient and are COMPLETELY LEGAL derived from law manuals. Several agencies have sent their entire dept. through the training citing it as the most important class an officer can take. This will give you the answers to all the questions you have always wondered about as a police officer. We will show you legal and effective methods for conducting Re-Active and Pro-Active patrol functions in NJ. This is the course your friends have been telling you about! $150 fee Registration is via e-mail at NJCriminalInterdiction@gmail.com

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This 3 day course is designed for Sergeants and Lieutenants assigned as patrol supervisors. The course focuses on the operational aspects of a first line supervisor. It fuses the actual practice of law enforcement with its theoretical foundation. The course is recommended for recently promoted first line supervisors, fro veteran supervisors in search of a substantive procedural review and officers anticipating promotion from existing promotional lists. Instructor: Chief Denis Connell, Ed.D. (Ret) of the Clark, NJ Police Department REGISTER VIA E-MAIL AT RAILPACE@COMCAST.NET

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A Prosecutorial View of Crash Investigations: How to Avoid Becoming a Target of the Defense This 2-day training course is designed for patrol officers through seasoned crash reconstructionists. Literally, it is geared towards anyone that may find themselves in the position of investigating a motor vehicle crash. Very few of us like to testify in court. The reason we don't like to is because we don't want to be made a fool of on the stand at the hands of a defense attorney that is relentless in their questioning and our own realization that we should have done a better job. However, some of us are very good at testifying, we enjoy turning the tables on the defense by presenting factual evidence in a simple, yet, clear, knowledgeable and professional manner to a judge or jury. We want to appear in their eyes as being credible. To get to this point, we must begin "Thinking Trial From Day One." This crash-related course will detail the necessary components for a “guilty verdict”: a beyond a reasonable doubt investigation, accurate documentation, and confident presentation. Crash investigators will understand the importance of every stage of a criminal proceeding and learn ways to more confidently testify in front of a jury and combat tactics defense attorneys typically use to try and create reasonable doubt at an officer’s expense. Course Content This course includes many topics, such as: •Investigating Crash Investigation Cases Beyond a Reasonable Doubt •Investigating to Defeat Common Defenses: Alibi, etc. •Investigating Using the Evidence Codes •Writing Crash Reports to Avoid Defense Motions •Writing Crash Reports to Avoid Cross Examination Tactics •The Importance of Accurately Documenting the Crash Scene •Get to Know your Prosecutors and the Court System •Courtroom Demeanor and Attire •Preparing for Motions to Suppress, Grand Jury and Trials •The Importance of Testifying at Various Hearings, Including Depositions, Preliminary Hearings, Grand Jury and Motions to Suppress •Testifying Confidently During Direct, Cross and Re-Direct •Tactics Defense Attorneys Use and Ways to Combat Them •Mock Crash-related Trial Exercises Registration Information see below listed link Additional information contact: Inquiries can be directed to: Chief Reggie Redfern (Ret.) Phone: 413-626-9554 reggie@srrtraining.com or George Nettles Phone: 609-407-6722 gfnet156@msn.com Purchase Orders and/or checks should be sent to: SRR Traffic Safety Consulting, LLC 198 East Street Easthampton, MA 01027-1212

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This course is designed to train law enforcement officers in the public safety sector, that wish to learn current industry standards, best practices, new procedures and be acquainted with training and auditing equipment and procedures. The format of this course includes the use of classroom instruction, group discussions and video footage alongside practical exercises. Hands-on training with inert explosive devices and their component parts is a major part of the course. The course is scheduled for three full working days. Day 1 Arrival Greetings & formal presentation. Lectures: Introduction to terrorism, Suicide bomber, World terror groups, Past events, Islam and Jihad. Lectures: Standard explosives/Improvised explosives, Explosive device (components), Screening principles and accentual points, Items categorization for screening purposes, Explosive devices and components under the x-ray, CT technology, mmWave technology (full body imaging), Sniffer technology, Chemical kits, Body check. Workshop - Body check (pat down and magnetic wand). Day 2 Lecture - Krav Maga, Israeli fighting system. Workshop - Krav Maga: suicide bomber techniques. Lectures: Cargo check, Documentation (document types, flight tickets, tale tail), Questioning, Open vs closed. Behavioral recognition (physiological responses to terrorist or criminal activity). Day 3 Lectures: Security drills and tests, Red team activities, Security management, Effective Management for Security Managers. Training: IED concealment workshop, Red team. Demonstrations: K-9 training and work. Certification handout Departure COST: $1120 For more information on the programs please contact us by clicking here or calling us at 717-648-2792/(888) 330-7015 Registration and payment is handled through Tripwire at www.tripwireops.org

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This course is designed to provide the patrol officer, media relations officer, detective, supervisor as well as managers, with the basic skills and techniques employed when giving a speech or a talk. Students will learn the fundamentals and personal attributes needed to successfully connect with their audience whether it be the general public, subordinates, or command staff personnel. Help your officer’s help you, and your agency. Provide them with the tools and skills needed to be successful in today’s law enforcement. Registration is with www.globalpolicesolutions.com

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This is an eight (8) hour course designed to improve the effectiveness of speed enforcement through the proper use of police traffic RADAR. The course covers the mandated four (4) hours of classroom instruction and the four (4) hours of supervised hands-on practical training in RADAR operation. An additional eighty (80) hours of hands-on, non-enforcement operation of the RADAR equipment is to be completed at the officers' respective agencies to satisfy the certification requirements through the Division of Criminal Justice.

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Factory sponsored training; students can acquire in-depth training on service, inspection, troubleshooting, repair, factory authorized modification, disassembly and re-assembly techniques for all remington law enforcement shotguns and rifles, in short, it's everything they'll need to keep these firearms in peak working order at all times. For additional information contact Lt. Robert DeGaetano ACPD at 609-442-6020 or rdegaetano@acpolice.org

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This program is designed specifically for law enforcement and will focus on ways to address the issues in responding to an in-progress active shooter scenario. Special skills and techniques will be discussed along with the necessary response approaches. By the conclusion of the program, participants should understand and be able to apply in their assignment the following: (1) defining an in-progress active shooter scnario; (2) common locations for active shooter situations; (3) role of the first officer on the scene; (4) preparedness for an active shooting incident; (5) training for the community and commercial groups where the situation might occur; (6) dealing with the media; (7) Dealing with the media; and (8) after action activity. INSTRUCTOR: Earl Emmel, Tactical Field Force Officer, Ventnor City Police Department, Ventnor, New Jersey Tuition - $295

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Today, more than ever before, law enforcement officers are faced with responding to calls for service where the subject involved is suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Officers need specialized training to learn how to defuse this individual when experiencing a PTSD episode. The typical response, especially when attempting to effect an arrest on the PTSD subject, brings about a myriad of potential safety issues for the law enforcement officer as well as the PTSD subject. Help your officers by affording them the opportunity to attain the proper tools and skills needed to function in modern law enforcement. Tuition: $149 Registration is with www.globalpolicesolutions.com

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The one day Safety And Vigilance for Everyone, S.A.V.E. program provides public and private sector managers and security personnel with a behavior assessment technique to counter these threats to enhance security measures in the layered defense concept. This training program will enhance the capabilities of security personnel responsible for protecting specific areas of infrastructure by providing a proven behavior assessment methodology showing them how to scan an area with a high volume of patrons and pick out the anomalies in behavior that sets individuals apart from the norm. They will learn how to approach individuals in a non-confrontational manner to elicit information. The objective of this training plan is to enhance the capabilities of security personnel by providing behavior assessment screening training. The target audience will be private security personnel with the focus areas of responsibility being mass transit facilities to include train stations, bus terminals and airports, casinos, venues hosting sporting and concert events, shopping malls, theme parks, government buildings and other venues with a high volume of pedestrian traffic. This is a one day, DHS approved course where the participants will learn procedures based on observation of behavior and appearance, and brief non-threatening, non-custodial interviews of the public to determine whether elevated or reasonable suspicion exists that an individual is involved in planning or carrying out a terrorist attack using regular police/security patrols. If you have questions? Contact George Nettles at 609-407-6722

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This is a 5 Day, 40 Hour basic course for School Resource Officers and School Administrators. Police Officers assigned to a school after January 1, 2006 are required to attend this training. The following topics are scheduled to be covered: - School Recourse Officers Roles and Responsibilities. - Law - Teaching Methodologies - Mentoring - Working with School Administrators Registration is through the NJASRO at www.njasor.org/training/registration_form-2009.pdf

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Designed for both patrol officers and detectives, this course will cover a variety of financial schemes including access device fraud, credit card crimes and point of sale fraud. International internet scams will also be covered as will counterfeit currency. The seminar will last about three hours. Register with ACPTC at www.aclink.org/ptc by printing and faxing the registration page to 609-407-6717

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This four day course of instruction on the basics of a sexual assault investigation will be most beneficial for those detectives or patrol officers with limited or no experience in the investigation of sexual assault and child sexual abuse. This seminar is being offered by the Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office and will include speakers from the Atlantic County, Cape May County and Middlesex County Prosecutors' Offices as well as from Richard Stockton College, the Atlantic City Police Department, the Atlantic County Women's Center, the New Jersey State Police Laboratory and the Morristown Forensic Association. Areas of instruction will include: • Child victim interviewing and follow-up investigation. • Behavioral traits of sex offenders. • Date rape drugs and drug facilitated sexual assaults Interviewing the developmentally disabled. • Adult victim interviewing and offender interrogation Sexual Assault Response Team - Sexual assault nurse examiners and the rape care advocate. • Crime scene investigation and evidence collection. There is no fee for this program but seating is limited and will be assigned on a first come basis. Questions in regards to this program should be directed to Lt. Dee Scull or Sgt. Denise Walsh of the Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office at (609) 704-7800.

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Sexual assaults are some of the most sensitive of crimes and in most instances, the most serious. This training is designed to educate officers about sexual assault investigations and why they require a different approach. Unlike victims of other crimes who immediately look to notify the police, victims of sexual assaults often deal with shame, guilt and fear and may hesitate in reporting the crime. Victims of sexual assaults are a living, breathing-emotional crime scene that needs to be handled with a specific approach. Attendees will leave this class with a heightened awareness to the mindset of a victim and the sensitivity investigating sexual assaults require, so that suspects can not only be arrested but prosecuted to the fullest extent. This is a one day course. REGISTRATION IS WITH THE VENDOR - www.specializedletraining.com

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We teach six different handcuffing techniques for compliant, passively resistant and combative subjects. This one day course is designed to establish a strong foundation. Stances, foot movements and proper handcuffing grips are the essence of this course. After instructing how to handcuff, we then teach how to systematically search standing and prone subjects and how to un-cuff them systematically. This course will also consist of learning various escorting techniques. At the completion of this course, students will be guaranteed to cuff a subject in under three seconds. Fee - $50 Registration is with the vendor - www.warningoorder.net

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This course is designed to promote awareness by law enforcement of some of the dangers they are potentially exposed to when they respond to service calls which are traditionally handled by other first responders. These incidents include structure fires; vehicle fires, vehicle accidents, airbag concerns; hybrid vehicle incidents; solar energy incidents; terrorism response; hazardous materials and methamphetamine lab hazards. Registration is with vendor: www.globalpolicesolutions.com

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The seminar will include, but not be limited to the following: *The Fatal Four (most common ways officer's lose their lives) 1. Felonious Deaths 2. Deaths in and around Vehicles 3. Physical Conditioning (heart attacks) 4. Emotional Health (Suicide) *Understanding Strees and the Survival Instincts -Evaluation/Processing Stage -Fight and Flight -Maladaptive Behaviors: Hyper-fight/Freezing *Roadway Risks and Responsibilities *Advanced Criminal Patrol Tactics *Pre-attack Indicators *Street Interviews and Reading Deception *The Proverbial Box: expecting the unexpected *The 24/7 reality of living life as a Police Officer *Confrontational Dynamics Seminar will be at Bally's Casino and Resort Room Tyamore AB 1900 Pacific Avenue Atlantic City, NJ INFORMATION OR REGISTER ON-LINE: www.calibrepress.com

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Offered by Calibre Press, this dynamic, fast-paced seminar uses the latest videos, photos, and research to uncover today's most cutting-edge issues facing crime-fighters. The 2005 seminar will be held at the Taj Mahal in Atlantic City. REGISTER DIRECT with Calibre Press

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Course Description: This groundbreaking course will focus on three certainties within the Police community, top three in the following national statistics:  Suicide  Alcoholism  Divorce rate This course will concentrate on applying basic lifestyle changes and techniques to remedy these factors. This course is instructed by a train the trainer and a veteran Narcotics Detective. All students will receive a train the trainer certificate. Recommended Personnel: To be considered for all Law Enforcement personnel. Attire: Casual Attire Mandatory Equipment: NA Restrictions: Agency ID required, only active duty law enforcement need register Enrollment status and Cost: $125. per student, please register on line at www.warningorder.net, any questions please call toll free- 888-514-2603 YOU MUST REGISTER ONLINE www.warning order.net

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This one day course is designed for all levels of law enforcement personnel who interact with media. The focus of this course will be to develop a media strategy beginning with a simple press release formula. Students will learn to use the formula to develop verbal statements and guide epress conferences. The course will culminate in a a mock press conference and critique. Class limited to 20.

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This course is designed for those personnel who serve or will serve as a supervisor of their agency's field training program for police, corrections or communications personnel. At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to: • Design a field training program or modify an existing one to be more effective and up-to-date. • Understand the "San Jose model" of field training and apply it to their agency's training program. • Recognize the common errors associated with Daily Observation Reports (DOR's). • Discuss the various roles of the Field Training Officer Supervisor. • Examine the court decisions that affect field training programs. • Employ strategies for dealing with problem trainees and trainee-trainer conflict.

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SUPERVISING THE OPERATION OF A GENERAL CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS UNIT: A SEMINAR FOR NEW DETECTIVE UNIT SUPERVISORS January 30-31, 2013 A program designed specifically for law enforcement personnel newly assigned in the overseeing and supervision of their agency's general criminal investigation unit. The program fills the gap of providing information of a nature to assist such personnel who need to understand basic supervisory principles involved in the overseeing of their general criminal investigation unit. The program will explore various components of leadership, supervision, and managing daily operations. Topics include: (1) your new role from uniform to investigative supervisor and what is expected by your supervisors and subordinates; (2) case assignment and review; (3) follow-up case management; (4) leader and manager roles of the supervisor; (5) managing major case investigations; (6) how to measure investigative personnel field performance; (7) common pitfalls to avoid; and (8) monitoring squad members activities. INSTRUCTOR: Chief Michael Miller, Ventnor City Police Department, Ventnor City, New Jersey DATE/LOCATION/TIME Seminar will be conducted January 30-31, 2013 at the Atlantic County Police Training Center, 5033 English Creek Avenue, Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey. Class will be in session 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily. Registration ia at www.le-seminars.org FEE $295 per person.

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COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to provide investigators, narcotics agents, as well as the street officer, with a basic understanding of how to conduct surveillance. Students will learn the skills and the personal attributes that are needed in order to achieve a successfully surveillance, as well as what type of equipment they should have at their disposal. Topics Include: • Surveillance Defined • Personal Attributes Needed When Conducting Surveillance • Required Abilities • Knowledge of the Subject • Adaptability • Uses of Surveillance • Foot Surveillance • Vehicle Surveillance • Fixed Surveillance • Preparation • Determining Reconnaissance Information • Types of Equipment Needed • Operator Do’s and Don’ts • Guidelines for Conducting Surveillance • Numerous Practical Field Exercises for Agents REGISTRATION IS WITH www.globalpolicesolutions.com

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Provides practical instruction in Spanish for police officers. Objectives of this program are to increase officer safety, increase community safety, enhance job performance, project a positive image in the Hispanic community and to provide protection from legal liability. Audio tapes and workbook will be supplied. Tuition includes training materials.

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This one day, eight (8) hour course was created to teach officers to successfully identify common and uncommon concealment areas in household items, internet purchased items, altered devices and specially designed armaments all made with criminal intent to conceal dangerous and deadly weapons. This class will present students with the tools to understand the functional designs criminals use to conceal every type of weapon designed to injure or kill law enforcement personnel. Surviving Hidden Weapons uses specific Tactical Advantage and Officer Safety Procedures to provide students with effective techniques designed to enhance their ability to recognize and uncover expertly concealed armaments, while remaining tactically sound during the recovery and extraction process. Topics discussed during this eight (8) hour course: ·Where and How Criminals Obtain Items Which Can Conceal Dangerous Weapons ·Methodical Search Techniques ·Officer Safety Techniques Every Police Officer should Utilize While Searching ·Officer Death’s Due to Concealed Weapons ·Ten Deadly Sins of Law Enforcement Please register via www.lifelinetraning.com

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This course is designed to expose police SWAT Team commanders and supervisors to contemporary SWAT issues, tactics and procedures. Topics include major incident debriefs; leadership issues; justifying SWAT; the use of SWAT teams; SWAT standards and professionalism; contemporary SWAT issues and concerns; SWAT and the media; selection, training, discipline and removal of supervisors and team members; crisis negotiations teams; tactical operation centers; operations planning; weapons and equipment selection; legal issues overview; critical incident management; barricade and hostage procedures; warrant service planning and procedures; and response to active shooter situations. REGISTER at www.ntoa.org - Cost $665

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This five-day training is designed for law enforcement personnel responsible for deploying as a SWAT team leader, or as a supervisor who is responsible for the training and deployment of tactical teams. The focus is 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 reviewing tactical incidents and videos. Attendees and team leaders will participate in group discussions, write operations orders and develop training plans. They will also critique and evaluate tactics and decisions based on a principal-based SWAT decision-making process. REGISTER at www.ntoa.org Fee - $680

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Course Description: This information packed course will focus on the following training points: 1. Foot Movements 2. Formations 3. Proper Stack Formation 4. Bounding to an objective 5. Various techniques on room entries- 2-4-6-8 Officers 6. Stairwell movements 7. Vehicle RIP’s and extractions 8. Weapon retention Recommended Personnel: To be considered for Law Enforcement personnel especially, SWAT & ESU units, Narcotic & Investigation Detectives, Field Supervisors and Tactical Commanders. Mandatory Equipment: Tactical Attire, Duty belts and Holsters (Instructor will provide red guns) Register & additional info at www.warnigorder.net

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Course Description: This information packed course concentrates on strategy, rehearsal, preparation and planning. This course encompasses a thorough probe into the gross ability of the tactical team in order to maximize unit and officer safety in the pre-execution (recon stages) and execution phases of search warrants, high-risk entries, special apprehensions and barricaded suspects. Selected students will create and present their own mock Operations Plan in this course. Once completed students will present their Operations Plan in direct response to a real life, real time presentation. Recommended Personnel: To be considered for Law Enforcement personnel especially, SWAT & ESU units, Narcotic & Investigation Detectives, Field Supervisors and Tactical Commanders. Attire: Casual Attire Mandatory Equipment: NA Restrictions: Agency ID required, only active duty law enforcement need register Enrollment status and Cost: $175. per student, please register on line at www.warningorder.net under the Officer Safety Courses tab, any questions please call toll free- 888-514-2603 REGISTER at www.warningorder.net

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This information packed course concentrates on strategy, rehearsal, preparation and planning. This course encompasses a thorough probe into the gross ability of the tactical team in order to maximize unit and officer safety in the pre-execution (recon stages) and execution phases of search warrants, high-risk entries, special apprehensions and barricaded suspects. Students will create and present their own mock Operations Plan in this course. This course will also focus on how to professionally conduct a debriefing session, AAR’s (after action report) and tactical operations nation wide. Recommended Personnel: To be considered for all Law Enforcement personnel especially, S.W.A.T. & ESU units, Narcotic & Investigational detective, Field Supervisors and Tactical Commanders. Tuition is $50 and registration is with the vendor www.warningorder.net

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The Ultimate FTO is a two day, evidence based officer safety program focused on human performance improvement. The Ultimate FTO program is not a basic FTO program, but rather a skills enhancement course that will make the “good” FTO a “great” FTO. The course is learner centered, with interactive learning activities, case reviews, and video analysis. This program is not based on developing mechanical training or rote skills commonly found in traditional field training officer (FTO) programs, but rather enhancing FTO’s abilities to help new officers learn. The course is designed from more than 50 empirical resources and collaboration from Subject Matter Experts (SME’s) throughout North America. Rooted in our foundational belief that quality training should provide evidence based, practical, and immediately applicable tools for officer safety, the goals of this class are simple: 1.To identify the essential characteristics and skills necessary for improving performance of new police officers, with an emphasis on decision making under stress and officer safety. 2.To teach FTO’s a new way of providing feedback that breaks with traditional feedback models and has been proven to increase human performance. 3.To provide FTO’s the tools to train officers in essential skills that are frequently not taught in basic academy curriculum. Tuition - $249 Registration is with Calibre Press www.calibrepress.com

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Training to Win on the Steets Numerous case studies and videos of actual attacks on officers are dissected from a communication perspective and discussed with the goal of understanding and improving the student’s street interaction skills. While the course is designed to be dynamic, practical and fun it takes the subject of officer safety seriously and begins by honoring those who have fallen in the line of duty. Participants will develop a basic understanding of human nature, discuss the true reality of violence and examine how effective communication skills are the most important weapons in detecting and preventing attacks. Course topics will include but not be limited to: ·Officer safety and treating others with Dignity and Respect: not mutually exclusive ideologies ·Truths about the Human Animal ·The “IDIOT” factor (emotional aspect of the human spirit) ·The 93% (Body language and Paralinguistic Behavior) ·Proxemics (how humans use space to communicate) ·Professionalism ·Command Presence ·Pre-Attack Indicators ·Detecting Deception ·Developing Effective Routines Hosting Agency - LifeLine Training Inc. Created by: Lt Jim Glennon (ret.) registration with LifeLine Training refer to Link www.lifelinetraining.com

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This course is designed to facilitate getting crash investigation findings admitted into evidence in court. It will enable an officer to qualify as an expert and give expert testimony in court relative to the causation factors in motor vehicle traffic crashes. Topics include: Derivation and origin of the commonly used speed formulas Speed of vehicles at impact using conservation of linear momentum Behavior of vehicles in a collision using Newton's three laws of motion The effect of weight shift in braking involving large trucks and buses, including truck-tractor semitrailer combinations The effect of computer or anti-skid braking systems in stopping distances and braking action The determination of direction of travel, initial contact and position of vehicles on the roadway This course includes extensive project work and controlled vehicle experiments to give the student first hand experience in proving that the specific equations are accurate. Prerequisite for this course is the IPTM Advanced Traffic Crash Investigation or the Vehicle Dynamics Course. Early registration is recommended as study materials in basic mathematics and algebra will be forwarded to each student upon receipt of registration. Students should review those materials prior to the course date. Class size is limited to 30 students.

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The TIM training program focuses on a response effort that protects motorists and responders while minimizing the impact on traffic flow. TIM efforts include detecting, verifying and responding to incidents; clearing the incident scene; and restoring traffic flow. Based on the severity or type of incident, first responders may represent law enforcement, fire, transportation, emergency medical services, public safety, towing and recovery, public works and hazardous materials (HAZMAT) disciplines. Using a multiple discipline perspective, first responders within States, regions and localities learn how to operate more efficiently and collectively. The training covers many topics including recommended TIM procedures and techniques. For example, first responders learn how the placement of response vehicles can either aid or impede another discipline’s efforts and can impact how quickly traffic flow can be restored. Responders also learn about human behavior in highway safety to help prevent additional injuries or delays that may result from secondary crashes occurring near the initial crash site. This is a free four hour course. Attendance is required on only one of the two offered dates

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This one-day program is appropriate for all supervisors, managers, law enforcement officers, public safety personnel and chaplains. Attendees will be briefed as to the cause, effect, signs and symptoms of the most common and current law enforcement stress, especially critical incident / traumatic stress. Attendees will be introduced to, or reminded of practical responses and stress management strategies for peers, professionals, managers and leaders. Law Enforcement stress management, resources and crisis leadership approaches will be discussed in a preventative posture, during a crisis and afterwards, especially regarding Officer Involved Shooting, use of deadly force and serious injury incidents, all from a factual, anecdotal and motivational perspective. Class size is limited by available classroom space. The dress code is Uniform or casual business attire. Note: A four hour workshop is being presented re: “Emergency & Death Notification for Public Safety” at the Academy, on Fri. morning, Aug. 16, 2013. See Academy web-site for details.

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This course is being co-sponsored by Atlantic County Police Training Center and Richard Stockston State College Police Department. The course is being taught by the US Department of Transportation (USDOT) and the NJ Office of Homelad Security & Preparedness and is designed with an emphasis on the identification and intersection of a "threat" before an incident or suspect truck enters a workplace or community. Class size is limited to 45 students. NJ LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS "MUST" REGISTER FOR THE COURSE "ONLINE" AT WWW.NJLEARN.COM AND NOT WITH ACPTC.

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Lifeline Training The Ultimate Street and Career Survival Course. Created by Lt. Jim Glennon (ret.) and Sgt. Keith Wenzel. This is the link for course Registration, not the Police Training Center. http://www.lifelinetraining.com

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This seminar is being sponsored by the Atlantic County Police Training Center (ACPTC) and the Richard J. Stockton College of New Jersey Police Department. This seminar is being held at The Richard J. Stockton College of NJ Townsend Residential Life Center. The seminar is open to all law enforcement officers and would be particularly beneficial to officers and departments contemplating undercover operations, from street drug buys to complicated national operations. Topics include the pros and cons of the undercover technique, evaluation and control of the undercover officer, equipment used in undercover operations and other special considerations.

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To assure students in vehicle dynamics are prepared to take this intense course THERE IS A PRETEST ADMINISTERED prior to the class that must be passed. The pretest is administered, on a voluntary basis, during CI-2 classes. Other arrangements are made as needed through various police academies since the test must be proctored. Prerequisites for vehicle dynamics are the successful completion of CI-1 and CI-2. This course prepares the student for crash reconstruction and is one week in duration. Course content includes Newton's Laws of Motion, coefficient of friction and drag factors, basic motion equations, velocity, time, acceleration and distance, speed estimates, momentum and energy. This course is very intense and is for officers with strong math skills. Class size is limited to 30 students.

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A one day seminar presented by the National Insurance Crime Bureau that covers VIN history and structure, counterfeit titles, cloned vehicles, chop shops, garage inspections, hidden compartments, motorcycle and ATV identification

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Course Description: Communication is constant in Police work. 70% is comprised of non-verbal communication, however this course will focus on the remaining 30%. This course will focus on what is being said and why, and how we can professionally deal with verbally combative subjects. This information packed course concentrates on de-escalation strategies, listening devices, Officer safety procedures, pre-indicators of violence and field effectiveness to avoid frivolous lawsuits and complaints on Officers. Recommended Personnel: To be considered for Law Enforcement personnel REGISTER at www.warningorder.net

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This course is designed for search warrant preparation of SWAT utilizing Microsoft PowerPoint. Although this class is tailored for SWAT, there are applications reaching into other areas of police work. This class assumes limited or no knowledge of the PowerPoint program. All computers and accommodations will be supplied. It is suggested bringing a USB storage device so students can save their work and use it as template for future use. Class size is limited and SWAT operators will get preferential slots. ***This Course will be held at Richard Stockton State College in Room D004 and is limited to 15 additional students.

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This one day training course is intended to examine current topics, establish discussion, and facilitate recruitment interests relevant to females in law enforcement. This program is appropriate for all levels and genders of law enforcement officers. Topics include: Changing roles of law enforcement, department recruitment polices and statistical data, cultural concerns, pregnancy and family leave, as well as tactical advantages/disadvantages of females police officers. Other topic areas will also be discussed.

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Class consist of: Simple breathing techniques,warm-up, basic beginner's yoga postures,cool-down and relaxation period. All classes are sculpted to each clients needs. Benefits of making yoga a part of your life: Improves your athletic performance, increases muscle tone and strength. Gives you more energy, improves flexibility.Statistics show lower back injuries are one of the biggest problems for law enforcement officers, the cause of this is weak lower back and core muscles and tight hamstrings. Allow yoga to gently open those tight, overuse areas in the body. Contact Christine Bianchi 609-287-2877. at The Secret Passageway Yoga Studio

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Understanding and Assisting the Special Needs Community during Disasters

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C.E.R.T. Team, M.R.C. Team, Emergency response Community

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C.E.R.T. Instructor Train-the-Thrainer.

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Phil McCabe of UMDNJ will be speaking about Psychological First Aid to Atlantic County CERT and MRC Groups.

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CERT & MRC Members

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16 hour course that teaches students how to use the Hazcat Kit to identify unknown industrial chemicals.

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Hazardous Materials Response Team members

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This course is an awareness level course for those who will be using the Canberra Ultra-Radiac Radiation Meters

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Atlantic County Agenies that are receiving the Canberra Ultra-Radiac Radiation Meters as part of the Homeland Security Grants.

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Departments that are involved in the Atlantic County Decon Task Force must complete this course.

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See above

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Refresher program taught on-site for fire departments

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current fire department members

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Hazmat Awareness and Operations

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Course Description:
Training for those persons, who in the course of their duties may be the first on the scene of a hazardous material incident. Recognition of the problem and proper defensive actions are taught. This course is a prerequisite for all other courses in the program.

Target Audience:
First Responders, Police, Fire, and Emergency Medical Services.

Suggested Prerequisites:
No prerequisites are necessary.

Class Hours:  4

Special Note:  *Refresher Classes also available

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Course Description:
This course is designed to prepare dispatchers and 911 operators to gather information and assist emergency responders in dealing with hazardous materials incidents or acts of terrorism.

Target Audience:
911 Dispatchers and call takers

Suggested Prerequisites:
911 Basic Communications, Hazardous Materials/WMD Awareness

Class Hours:  4

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Course Description:
This course is designed to act as a refresher course for Hazardous Materials Awareness

Target Audience:
First Responders

Suggested Prerequisites:
Hazardous Materials Awareness

Class Hours:  4

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Course Description:
To be completed.

Target Audience:
Police, Fire, and Emergency Medical Services

Suggested Prerequisites:
Hazardous Materials Technician

Class Hours:  4

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Course Description:
This course is designed to be a refresher course for the Hazardous Materials Decontamination Operations course.

Target Audience:
Fire Departments

Suggested Prerequisites:
Department already completed the Hazardous Materials Decontamination Operations Course.

Class Hours:  4

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Course Description:
Training for those persons, who have some personal protective equipment and other resources that would enable to take further defensive actions at a Haz-Mat scene.

Target Audience:
Police, Fire, and Emergency Medical Services

Suggested Prerequisites:
Haz-Mat Awareness (not required)

Class Hours:  8

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Course Description:
This course is deisgned to assist first responders to identify and isolate a hazardous materials incident.

Target Audience:
Emergency First Responders

Suggested Prerequisites:
Hazardous Materials Awareness

Class Hours:  4

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Course Description:
This course is for the local fire agencies that will be carrying hazardous materials decontamination equipment for the county Hazmat/CBRNE Response Team

Target Audience:

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours: 

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Course Description:
Training for those persons who, as part of a Haz-Mat Team, need the knowledge and skills to take appropriate offensive and defensive action that would require a minimum of level A protection.

Target Audience:
Police, Fire, and Emergency Medical Services that work with or for a Haz-Mat Response Team

Suggested Prerequisites:
Haz-Mat Awareness & Haz-Mat Operations

Class Hours:  80

Special Note:  Application for this Course must be made with the Atlantic County Fire Training Academy at (609)407-6742.

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Course Description:
This course is designed to act as a annual refresher course for agencies.

Target Audience:

Suggested Prerequisites:
Completion of Hazardous Materials Awareness, Right To Know and Bloodborne Pathogens.

Class Hours:  4

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Course Description:
Introduction to Computer-Aided Management of Emergency Operations (CAMEO) provides training on the fundamental elements of the CAMEO Suite of programs as they relate to emergency situations. It includes detailed technical information and hands-on practice of critical elements of the CAMEOfm system and its associated programs (ALOHA, MARPLOT, LandView and Tier II Submit). Participants are provided opportunities to practice key procedures that allow users to enhance planning and response activities associated with community risks.

Target Audience:
Hazmat, Emergency Management, EMS, Fire Services, Healthcare, Law Enforcement, Public Health, Public Safety Communications, Public Works

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  24

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Course Description:
This course, taught by NJ State Police - Hazardous Materials Response Unit, is designed and intended for EMS, Fire Depts and similar groups to respond to, operate at and perform critical and essential care of the injured from a hazardous materials release. It will involve the planning, training, triage, decontamination, rehabilitation, transport and termination of the EMS Branch or function.

Target Audience:
EMS and Fire services

Suggested Prerequisites:
Hazmat Awareness, copy of current respiratory fit test The following are recommended, but not required: EMT certification, CBRNE Awareness, I-100, I-200, I-700.

Class Hours:  16

Special Note:  Contact benowitz_nicole@aclink.org or 609-407-6752 for further details and application.

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Course Description:
This course is designed to assist the on-scene commander in handling haz-mat scenes.

Target Audience:
Incident Comamnders, individuals who are in a supervisory role at a Haz-Mat Incident.

Suggested Prerequisites:
Haz-Mat Operations

Class Hours:  8

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Course Description:
80-hour hazardous materials technician course, taught by NJSP-Hazardous Materials Response Unit. Course is FREE.

Target Audience:

Suggested Prerequisites:
Hazmat Awareness, Hazmat Operations, ICS 100, 200, 700, SCBA qualified, current fit test

Class Hours:  80

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Course Description:
Patient Decon practices as students are dressed in Level B PPE

Target Audience:
Emergency Medical Services

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  4

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Course Description:
Respiratory protection plan overview and demonstration of qualitative fit testing.

Target Audience:
Police, Fire, EMS

Suggested Prerequisites:
None

Class Hours:  2

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Course Description:
This course is designed to offer a refresher training for departments issued Level B, personal protective equipment.

Target Audience:

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours: 

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Course Description:
This course is designed to prepare participants to respond effectively to hazardous materials incidents involving tank cars.

Target Audience:
Members of Hazardous Materials Response Teams.

Suggested Prerequisites:
Hazardous Materials Technician

Class Hours:  16

Safe Transportation Training Specialists

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Course Description:
Tabletop exercise and site visit

Target Audience:
current hazmat team members

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
This course is for members of the Atlantic County Regional Hazardous Materials Response Team to recieve their annual fit test.

Target Audience:
Members of the Atlantic County Regional Hazardous Materials Response Team

Suggested Prerequisites:
N/A

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
Training on ACUA trash and recycling trucks

Target Audience:
Hazmat Technicians on response team

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
This course is designed to show members of the Regional Hazardous Materials Response Team, how to operate the Chem/Bio Testing Equipment

Target Audience:
Members of the Atlantic County Regional HAZMAT Team

Suggested Prerequisites:
Hazardous Materials Technician

Class Hours:  4

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Course Description:
in-service training session for existing regional hazmat team members

Target Audience:
hazmat team

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
Short video presentation on hazards of chemical suicide scenes; review of case studies; hands-on practical to remove body, identify gas produced and sample chemicals found.

Target Audience:
Hazmat Team members

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:

Hazmat Team chemistry refresher taught by NJSP-HMRU Specialist Greg DePaul

Target Audience:

Hazmat Team members

Suggested Prerequisites:

Hazmat Technician

Class Hours:  5

Special Note: 

None

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Course Description:

This course is designed to act as a refresher training for hazmat technicians, for proper use and application of Cholorine Kits.

Target Audience:

Hazmat Technicians

Suggested Prerequisites:

See Above

Class Hours:  3

Special Note: 

None

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Course Description:
NJSP-HMRU Clan Lab recognition class (3 hours) and a tour of Stockton College's new Unified Sciences building (2 hours).

Target Audience:
Hazmat Team members

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  5

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Course Description:
Update on new trends in clandestine laboratories. Discussion of fentanyl hazards and response.

Target Audience:
Current hazmat team members and local first responders

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  4

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Course Description:

Provides the student with a basic understanding of clandestine laboratories. There will be a concentration in the recognition and identification of the many hazards that can potentially exist with any clan lab. Various clan lab production equipment will be displayed and discussed.

Target Audience:

Hazmat team members, narcotics officers

Suggested Prerequisites:

Hazmat Operations, CBRNE Awareness, ICS 100, ICS 700, Terrorism Awareness

Class Hours:  4

Special Note: 

Taught by NJSP-HMRU

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Course Description:
Bi-monthly training exercise with Regional Hazmat Response Team.

Target Audience:
Regional Hazmat Response Team Members

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
grant-funded, contracctor-provided training by Safe Transportation Training Specialists. Course will cover "in--suit" emergencies while wearing Level A PPE.

Target Audience:
Hazardous Materials Technicians

Suggested Prerequisites:
certification as Hazmat Technician

Class Hours:  8

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Course Description:
Training session with basic hazmat metering equipment; as well as basic training on trailer-mounted decontamination shower.

Target Audience:
Hazmat Team members

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3.0

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Course Description:
Refresher course on Field Chemistry & Test Kits

Target Audience:
Member of the Atlantic County Hazardous Materials Response Team

Suggested Prerequisites:
Hazardous Materials Technician

Class Hours:  4

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Course Description:

Hands-on practice of field screening techniques and use of detection equipment; pH, oxidizer test, multi-gas, FirstDefender, TruDefender, BioCheck 20/20

Target Audience:

Hazmat Team members

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

Special Note: 

None

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Course Description:
for Hazmat Team members

Target Audience:
Hazmat Team members

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
Full scale hazmat exercise with four (4) County hazmat teams; Atlantic County Regional Hazmat Team, Cape May County Health Dept - Hazmat Unit, Vineland City Fire Dept - Hazmat and Berkeley Emergency Response Team (Ocean Co.).

Target Audience:
Hazmat team members

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  8

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Course Description:
Off-site training for existing hazmat team members. Competencies covered: hazard/risk assessment, action/safety plan, Level B, recon, rescue, metering/identifying an unknown chemical.

Target Audience:
Regional Hazmat Team members

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
Suspicious package w/ unknown substance

Target Audience:
Current hazmat team members

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
Victim packaging and substance identification for hazmat techs. Non-ambulatory patient decon, emergency and technical decon for decon team.

Target Audience:
hazmat and decon task force team members

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  4

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Course Description:
suspicious letter with powder scenario

Target Audience:
hazmat response team members

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
This 2-day workshop will provide the skills necessary to make informed decisions regarding the safe and legal handling of hazardous materials. Students will receive personal, detailed instruction from certified instructors. This workshop will offer an in-depth exploration of the basic HazCat unknown solids and liquids analysis process - the fundamentals of identifying an unknown material.

Target Audience:
Hazmat team members

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  16

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Course Description:
refresher training provided by Haztech Systems

Target Audience:
hazmat team members

Suggested Prerequisites:
Level 1 Hazcat Kit Awareness recommended

Class Hours:  8

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Course Description:
8-hour hazmat chemistry course taught by NJSP-HMRU

Target Audience:
Hazmat Technicians

Suggested Prerequisites:
Hazmat Tech

Class Hours:  8

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Course Description:
This is for members of the Atlantic County Office of Emergency Preparedness Regional Hazardous Materials Response Team ONLY!

Target Audience:
See Above

Suggested Prerequisites:
See Above

Class Hours:  4

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Course Description:
Abandoned building scenario

Target Audience:
Hazmat Team Members

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours: 

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Course Description:
Cleaning chemical incident with multiple objectives rescue and recon, contain/control/confine, sample identification

Target Audience:
Hazmat Team members

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Class Hours: 

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Course Description:
Bi-monthly training session including: patient extraction, leak mitigation and decon operations.

Target Audience:
Hazmat Team members and Decon Task Force Team members

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
Meeting for members of the Atlantic County Office of Emergency Preparedness Regional Hazardous Materials Response Team.

Target Audience:
See above.

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  1

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Course Description:
Distribute updated SOG's Introduce Hazmat Technician Task Book for tracking competencies Set up and demonstration of new RAELink 3 Mesh and ProRAE Guardian command software

Target Audience:
Hazmat Team members

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
8-hour course provided by contractor; teaches hazmat technicians how to quickly size-up a hazmat scene using a patented system.

Target Audience:
hazmat responders

Suggested Prerequisites:
minimum of hazmat operations; recommended to be hazmat technician

Class Hours:  8

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Course Description:
Build on training received in the HazmatIQ Basic class.

Target Audience:
Hazmat responders

Suggested Prerequisites:
HazmatIQ Basic class

Class Hours:  8

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Course Description:
using the patented hazmat iq system and your air monitors to perform quick assessments at hazmat scenes.

Target Audience:
hazmat team members

Suggested Prerequisites:
none

Class Hours:  8

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Course Description:
*not taught by HazmatIQ instructors. Review of system by team members.

Target Audience:
Hazmat team members

Suggested Prerequisites:
Original HazmatIQ training class

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
This course is designed to teach members of the Atlantic County Hazardous Materials Response Team to properly complete the NJSP Laboratory Pre-Screening Worksheet.

Target Audience:
Members of the Atlantic County Hazardous Materials Response Team

Suggested Prerequisites:
See above

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
Leak Tree & Tank Dome Class

Target Audience:
This course is for members of the Atlantic County CBRNE Regional Response Team Only!

Suggested Prerequisites:
See Above

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
leak mitigation (control, confine, contain) communications exercise

Target Audience:
hazmat team members

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
Refresher training for dress out in Level A & B hazmat suits

Target Audience:
Members of the Atlantic County Hazardous Materials Team

Suggested Prerequisites:
Hazardous Materials Technician

Class Hours:  4

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Course Description:
Level A dressout. Dexterity skills and overpacking

Target Audience:
Hazmat team members

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours: 

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Course Description:

Target Audience:

Suggested Prerequisites:
Must be a member of the Atlantic County Regoinal Hazardous Materials Response Team

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
Level A Dressout - Recon & Sketch

Target Audience:
This course is only open to members of the Atlantic County Office of Emergency Preparedness Hazardous Materials Response Team.

Suggested Prerequisites:
Hazardous Materials Technician

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:

Skills stations performed in Level A PPE (Dexterity and Overpack)

Target Audience:

Regional Hazmat Team Members

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

Special Note: 

None

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Course Description:
Dressout in whichever competency still needed to be covered. All above competencies covered in station areas.

Target Audience:
Hazmat Team members

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
M256 kit ChemPro 100 AP2C

Target Audience:
Hazmat Team members

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
Members will dress out in level B hazmat attire and meter.

Target Audience:
Members of the Atlantic County Hazardous Materials Response Team.

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  4

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Course Description:
Level B dress-out w/ three (3) stations: 1. Recon / communications 2. Victim package and extraction 3. Drum sampling / overpacking

Target Audience:
Hazmat Team members

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
Stations include: dexterity drills, Multigas detection, sample collection, radiological detection and identification, field screening for protein, classification by pH.

Target Audience:
Hazmat Team members

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
leak mitigation exercise with leak tree demonstration of new transfer pump identification of unknown substance using meters

Target Audience:
hazmat team members

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
monthly in-service training session with regional hazmat team members

Target Audience:
hazmat team members

Suggested Prerequisites:
hazmat tech

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
monthly review of hazmat detection and field testing equipment

Target Audience:
Regional Hazmat Team Members

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
Refresher training on metering equipment

Target Audience:
This program is designed for the members of the Atlantic County Regional Hazardous Materials Response Team only.

Suggested Prerequisites:
Member of the Atlantic County Regional Hazardous Materials Response Team

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
Multigas meter, pH, oxidizer, RAMAN, FTIR, BioCheck 20/20

Target Audience:
Hazmat team members

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
Utilize metering equipment and test strips to identify unknown solids, liquids and gases.

Target Audience:
Hazmat Team Members

Suggested Prerequisites:

Class Hours:  3

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Course Description:
technician competencies refresher training provided by NJSP-HMRU staff

Target Audience:
current hazmat team members

Suggested Prerequisites:
hazmat technician

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