UST Training's New 2017 version of Class C UST Operator Training course is a simple and effective way to learn about safety, hazard awareness and emergency response at Indian Country UST sites. What you get: Certification as a Class C Operator of an underground storage tank (UST) system. Included are five brief interactive lessons, a short quiz, useful handouts, and a certificate of completion once you pass the course. System Requirements: All you need is high speed Internet and computer speakers. Choose an account option that works best for you: Single User is perfect for one person to take Class A/B or Class C training or both. User email required. Training Kiosk is a great option for small to medium group of users who need any combination of Class A/B or Class C training. Email required for account administrator only. Single login credential shared for the whole group. Training University is good for medium to larger companies with a mix of Class A/B and/or C operators who also need more advanced reporting and tracking features. Email required for all users. Each user has own login credentials.
This five-part course is designed to introduce tribal police officers to common issues in Indian Country and to the basic principles of community policing. The course introduces the social developmental skill building required for tribal communities to resist drug and alcohol use and abuse, and engage in proactive problem solving methodologies in accordance with Community Policing concepts, processes and techniques. This course also introduces tribal police officers to best practices for law enforcement. Objectives: Create awareness of the dangers of substance abuse to include Synthetic, Over-the-Counter and Prescription Drug abuse and inhalants. Assist in the development of community oriented prevention plans. Create strategies for building effective community coalitions to include law enforcement, youth, social services, spiritual community, and tribal courts. Understand promising approaches to crime prevention, intervention and suppression. Create a depository of subject related resource materials and glossaries. Examine community policing concepts and principles as they relate to substance abuse and community crime prevention. Learners who complete every unit with a passing grade are eligible for 0.5 CEU from George Mason University. You may leave the course and resume where you left off at any time. Indian Country Training Institute (ICTI) is a subsidiary of Lamar Associates, a 100% Native owned company. More about us at www.indiancountrytraining.net
This course is designed to provide relevant information regarding the proper use of force. This course examines and presents the four points of preparing for a use of force situation, will briefly describe the Use of Force Continuum, contributing factors to the use of force, subject actions and appropriate officer responses, and examines relevant case law.
This course provides a refresher for police officers as it relates to writing effective reports. Topics include examining the essential elements of field notes, essential elements of the narrative report, definitions of the NCIC short format thumbnail sketch, and an example of a narrative report and format.
This course increases awareness of prescription, synthethic and over the counter drug abuse. The course covers prescription drug diversion, proper disposal, cough medicines and synthetic drugs such as K-2 Spice (synthetic marijuana), and bath salts.
This course gives the participant an overview of the problems associated with inhalant abuse. With this information, law enforcement officers are better equipped to recognize and interdict cases of inhalant abuse. Participants will gain a foundational awareness that will assist in developing educational programs in the community.
The purpose of this online course is to introduce the participant to the topic of police operations. This course will examine police patrol operations, responding to 911 calls, other calls for service, allocation of resources, alternative crime prevention strategies, traffic operations, and other police operational units.
Community Policing from an American Indian perspective. This course offers a great overview of how Native communities can benefit from the management philosophy of Community Policing. Community policing on tribal lands must take into account aspects of law enforcement unique to Indian Country and the influences of Native culture.
This course helps tribal police departments by building awareness. The five-part course introduces the social developmental skill building required for tribal communities to investigate domestic violence, identify drug and alcohol use and abuse, deter Internet predators, and engage in proactive problem solving methodologies in accordance with Community Policing concepts, processes and techniques. This course also introduces tribal police officers to best practices for use of force. Objectives: Enable officers to identify and prevent substance abuse in their communities. Assist in the development of community oriented drug and domestic violence prevention plans. Create strategies for building effective community coalitions to include law enforcement, youth, social services, schools, and tribal courts. Identify promising approaches to Internet crime prevention, intervention and suppression. Create a depository of subject related resource materials and glossaries. Examine community policing concepts and principles as they relate to substance abuse, domestic violence, use of force and community crime prevention. 0.5 CEU is available from George Mason University for successful completion of the course with a passing grade. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about earning CEUs.