Additional Training Resources
Training Calendars / Course Catalogues
|Southeastern New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy
BASIC LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY
Basic academies will always start on the same schedule as NMJC start dates. They are 16 weeks and will stay with the school schedule. All cadets will be mandated to stay in the dorms starting the next class which will begin August 18th, 2014. There will be a maximum of 30 cadets allowed in each class.
CERTIFICATION BY WAIVER
Certification by Waiver- Is one week and will be Sept 15th-19th 2014, March 9th- - 13th, 2015 and September 21st-September 25th, 2015. CBW classes average 12-18 students and most do not stay in the dorms.
PUBLIC TELECOMMUNICATOR ACADEMY
Public Telecommunicator Academy/PST is three weeks and will start June 9th- June 27th, 2014, October 13th-October 31st,2014, June 8th,- June 26th, 2015 and October 5th- October 23rd, 2015. PST classes average 10-12 students and average 6 students who stay in the dorms.
For more information contact Angela Byrd, Academy Director (575) 492-2715
|Southern Border Training and Technical Assistance Project
~ New Mexico Tech Border Security Center
~ Course Catalog
|DWI/SFST Training Calendar is currently being developed. Visit the SAFER New Mexico Now website for updates.
~ Sponsored by: The New Mexico Department of Transportation - Traffic Safety Bureau
|Advanced Public Service Training
~ Offered by New Mexico Junior College
~ Access to On-Line training courses to meet 2012-2013 Biennium In-Service Training Requirements
|Certificate in Police Supervision
~ Offered by Santa Fe Community College
|FBI Laboratory Specialized Training Programs
~ Training Application
|NM Conference on The Link Between Animal Abuse and Human Violence
September 22, 2014
Just one week left to apply for tuition and travel scholarships! (Deadline for scholarship applications is August 22nd)
Wondering if this conference is right for you?
Watch this video to find out why this conference is important for police officers, animal control officers, lawyers, judges, veterinarians, social workers, therapists, teachers, domestic violence shelter staff, animal shelter staff, animal advocates, child advocates, etc., etc.
Continuing Education Credits: Available for attorneys, social workers, law enforcement and veterinarians. See www.thelinknm.com for more information.
Training Courses (Not sponsored by NMDPS / NMLEA)
|FBI Basic Crisis Negotiations Free
Hosted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation Albuquerque Field Office and
Santa Fe Police Department
Santa Fe Police Department
2515 Camino Entrada, Santa Fe, NM, 87507
July 14-18 2014
8:00 am – 5:00 pm (July 18 – 7:00 am-3:00 pm)
Topics of Instruction:
~ Philosophy of Crisis Negotiations
~ Crisis Intervention
~ Active Listening Skills
~ Incident Assessment Process
~ Fundamentals of Crisis Negotiation
~ Suicide Assessment and Intervention
~ Negotiation Position Papers
~ CNT Positions and Functions
~ The Art of Coaching
~ Situation Boards
~ Tactical Role of the Negotiator
Work credentials, a photo identification card, and a seminar ticket will be required of each attendee for registration.
This course is accredited by the New Mexico Department of Public Safety.
Interested individuals must register for this event: Web Registration
If you have questions, contact SA Vanessa Bassett, (505) 503-3133 or
SA Mac McCaskill, (505) 681-0497.
|State and Local Law Enforcement Symposium Free
Hosted by DHS / Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers (FLETC)
July 22-24, 2014
FLETC Training Site
Artesia, New Mexico
Track 1: Law Enforcement Driving Skills
Track 2: Use of Force
Track 3: Advanced Interviewing for Law Enforcement Officers
Space is limited to 24 students per track of training.
Training Account Login (Existing Accounts) - Use this link if you already have a FLETC training account and password.
Registration Deadline: June 6, 2014
Contact Information: If you have questions or need additional information, contact email@example.com or call 800-743-5382 and reference the name and location of this program.
For additional information go to: http://www.fletc.gov/osl/tuition-free-training-programs/state-and-local-law-enforcement-training-symposium/
| The Winning Mind $100
Hosted by 5th Judicial District Law Enforcement Association
Sponsored by: Dave Smith and Associates
July 22-23, 2014 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Registration at 7:00 am, Breakfast provided
Roswell Convention Center
Roswell, New Mexico
The Winning Mind is updated continuously and can be attended by anyone who works in a law enforcement agency. In their unique, energetic style, Dave and Betsy Smith give men & women the mental edge they need to not only face threats on the street but also manage the stresses they may confront in their daily lives, both on and off duty. In this multi-media session, the following will be discussed:
•What makes someone a “winner?”
~ Why the term “survival” in minimalistic and we must train to WIN!
~ Understanding the role beliefs play in winning
~ What is true “optimism?”
~ The science of crisis decision making
~ The “Not Today” mindset, every day, on every shift
~ The role of “Warrior Ethos” in all aspects of law enforcement.
~ Understanding your own Risk Thermostat.
~ Maintaining optimism in a bureaucratic world
~ Preventing panic, the “archenemy of survival”
~ Being truly resilient after a setback!
Contact Bobby Sullivan at firstname.lastname@example.org to register Phone: (575) 631-4331
|4th Annual Drugs, Gangs and Prosecution Conference Free
Hosted and sponsored by the 13th Judicial District Attorney's Office
Co-hosted by Rocky Mountain Information Network (RMIN)
August 21 - 22, 2014 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Holiday Inn Express Conference Center
2110 Camino Del Llano
Belen, New Mexico 87002
Interested individuals must register for this event by visiting the following website: Registration
If you have questions contact Prescilla Ruiz at (505) 239-1030 or email@example.com or Chief Investigator Marty Vigil at (505) 362-8791 or firstname.lastname@example.org
|TARGET Working Group Meeting Free
Hosted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation Albuquerque Field Office and
San Juan College
September 16, 2014 8:00am - 5:00pm
Henderson Fine Arts Center, Rooms 9008 and 9010
4601 College Blvd.
Farmington, New Mexico 87402
TARGET’s goal is the development of best practices in the identification, assessment and management of threats to educational facilities, to include primary and secondary schools, college and university campuses, as well as other entities. This group, which meets several times a year, provides opportunities to share information with other individuals, as well as receive training and network with subject matter experts. TARGET is not intended to be used as a forum to conduct threat assessments, but rather to serve as an educational and networking tool.
TARGET is based on principles and lessons learned from the United States Secret Service Safe School Initiative, the Virginia Tech Report of the Review Panel and the FBI Campus Attacks Report. Much of the empirical data and training materials utilized are derived from the FBI’s National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime (NCAVC) Program and the Behavioral Threat Assessment Center (BTAC). Membership in this working group is limited to law enforcement, academia, mental health and technology representatives.
7:30 am – 8:00 am: Check-in
8:00 am – 8:15 am: Opening Remarks
8:15 am –12:00 pm: Assessing Threats of Targeted School Violence
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm: Lunch
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm: Threat Assessment Team models (Presbyterian Health Care Services & Los Alamos National Labs)
4:00 pm – 5:00 pm: Data Collection Tool and Closing Remarks
Work credentials, a photo identification card, and a seminar ticket will be required of each attendee.
Individual contact information must be provided for each attendee separately during the registration process.
If you have questions, contact FBI SOS Heather Cragnolin, (505) 889-1792 or
SA Mac McCaskill.
|Basic Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Certification $395
Public Safety Psychology Group LLC
May 19-23, 2014
August 18-22, 2014
October 6-10, 2014
8341 Washington St. NE.
Albuquerque, NM 87199
(One Block South of Alameda and one block west of Jefferson)
The Basic Crisis Intervention Class (CIT) is designed to be an interactive five day, 40-hour class, which addresses basic verbal de-escalation skills. It is designed for sworn law enforcement officers.
During the course of the class week participants will gain knowledge regarding crises and how people respond or behave in crisis. The concept of mental illness and its effect on the verbal interaction will be addressed as well.
Participants are expected to actively engage in 12 hours of actual live scenario situations. One of our goals is to teach officers about crises and mental illness in order to improve their ability to predict and respond to abnormal behaviors. We believe that if you can predict or anticipate behavior with some degree of accuracy you can become a safer officer.
Through the class activities participants will gain an overall understanding that CIT is designed to be an added tool for the Law Enforcement Officer’s tool belt. It is not designed to be a replacement for current skills or other tools. During the week we will identify key issues and history that have prompted law enforcement agencies to pursue more innovative approaches to crisis management such as CIT.
The class instructors will be current law enforcement officers, police psychologists, mental health providers, and retired law enforcement officers with extensive expertise and experience in verbal de-escalation and crisis management.
Course Flyer and Registration Form
|FREE Law Enforcement Training For Sworn Officers!
Apply today for a free subscription to Law Enforcement Online, an eLearning Library funded by the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC). You will have access to 200 online courses which you can complete directly on your computer. Many of these courses are certified for in-service credit by POST (Peace Officer Standards & Training) agencies. So don't wait. Click "Continue" to register. Continue
|Police Pursuit Training On-Line
Sponsored by the International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement Standards and Training (IADLEST)
In this one-hour lesson your will achieve the following objectives:
~ Discuss US Supreme Court decisions and State-specific statutes that have impacted and governed vehicular pursuit operations
~ Discuss the components of the IACP vehicular pursuit policy guide
~ Compare your agency’s current pursuit policy with the IACP pursuit guidelines
~ Develop an action plan for your agency that supports vehicular pursuit operations and addresses any weak or missing areas within the current pursuit policy
Online Pursuit Policy Workshop
|CBRNE for First Responders On-Line Course
High Explosives On-Line Course
Funded by the National Institute of Justice (NIJ)
Developed by the National Center for Forensic Science (NCFS) / Institute for Simulation and Training (IST) at the University of Central Florida (UCF)
~ Courses are offered at no cost through December 31, 2012
~ Click here for CBRNE for First Responders application Application can be printed, completed and faxed to (407) 823-3162, or complete online and e-mail to email@example.com
~ Click here for High Explosives application Application can be printed, completed and faxed to (407) 823-3162, or complete online and e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
~ Course flyer Includes course descriptions and student prerequisites
For additional information contact:
David Galat - Web Developer
National Center for Forensic Science
Phone (407) 823-6746
|IS-907 - Active Shooter: What You Can Do
On-Line course offered through FEMA Emergency Management Institute (EMI)
An active shooter is an individual actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a confined and other populated area. In most cases, active shooters use firearms and there is no pattern or method to their selection of victims. Active shooter situations are unpredictable and evolve quickly.
All employees can help prevent and prepare for potential active shooter situations. This course provides guidance to individuals, including managers and employees, so that they can prepare to respond to an active shooter situation.
This course is not written for law enforcement officers, but for non-law enforcement employees. The material may provide law enforcement officers information on recommended actions for non-law enforcement employees to take should they be confronted with an active shooter situation.
Upon completing this course, the participant will be able to:
~Describe actions to take when confronted with an active shooter and responding law enforcement officials.
~Recognize potential workplace violence indicators.
~Describe actions to take to prevent and prepare for potential active shooter incidents.
~Describe how to manage the consequences of an active shooter incident.
All individuals, including managers and employees.
The overall length of the course will vary for each individual. IS-907 takes approximately 45 minutes to complete.
EMI awards 0.1 CEUs for completion of this course.
For further information on this on-line course visit the FEMA EMI IS-907 - Active Shooter: What You Can Do course overview page.
Direct link to on-line course: IS-907 - Active Shooter: What You Can Do
| DHS/FEMA Certified Cyber Security Training
~ Courses are offered at no cost
~ Earn a TEEX/NERRTC Certificate of Completion
~ Earn IACET Continuing Education Units (CEU) upon course completion
~ 10 Online Courses in 3 Discipline-Specific Tracks
~ Non-Technical for End-users
~ Technical for IT Professionals
~ Business Managers and Professionals
DHS/FEMA Domestic Preparedness Campus
|BJA Electronic & Cybercrime National
Training & Technical Assistance Program
Distance Learning/Rural Project
This program is designed to provide an immediate response to the critical needs of small and underserved law enforcement and prosecutorial agencies in the area of cybercrime investigations. In an effort to support this initiative the Fox Valley Technical College, National Criminal Justice Training Center (NCJTC) is developing a series of webinar events, distance learning modules, roll call videos and an extensive resource library where links to helpful tools and documents can be viewed and downloaded. See below for links to these resources and upcoming presentations.
Eligibility: You must work for a law enforcement agency and be a member of the NCJTC website to access the resources, participate in the webinar series, attend distance learning courses or view the cyber roll call series. To access the materials and links on this page please sign in above or click below to become a member. If you wish to get announcements about all of our law enforcement training and conferences, be sure to join our mailing list.
Please note, when creating a new account your credentials must be reviewed and approved. You will receive an email when you have been granted access to the site.
These training resources, webinars, distance learning modules and roll call series are provided to members of the law enforcement community at no cost.
BJA Cybercrime Project website link