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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 e...
This five-hour long, self-directed online course includes five units:
1. Prescription, Synthetic and OTC Drug Abuse Awareness
2. Inhalant Abuse
3. Community Policing
4. Officer Wellness
5. Report Writing
Report Writing This course is designed to provide a refresher for police officer as it relates to writing effective reports. Tops will 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 ... more
Officer Wellness The mental health of law enforcement officers is a critical issue. Those involved in law enforcement, and their families, are subjected to stressors unlike any other group in the U.S. This course was prepared “by cops, for cops” in hopes that the information gained here will encourage officers t... more
Inhalant Abuse Prevention This course is designed to give the participant an overview of the problems associated with inhalant abuse. With this information, the law enforcement officer should be better equipped to recognize and interdict cases of inhalant abuse. In addition, participants should have a foundational awar... more
Community Policing 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 an... more
Prescription, Synthetic, and Over-the-Counter Drug Abuse Awareness This course increases awareness of prescription, synthethic and over the counter drug abuse. The course covers such topics as prescription drug diversion, proper disposal, cough medicines and synthetic drugs such as K-2 Spice (synthetic marijuana), and bath salts.
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Online training is a great way to deliver public health and public safety messages to organizations and individuals in a tribal community. Each of our courses offers strong foundational knowledge and is filled with practical, realistic strategies tribes, tribal organizations, and tribal partners can use immediately. Traditional classroom-style training requires travel, hotels, per diem, staff time away from the job, and tuition, so organizations can save as much as 50 to 70 percent on training costs by training online.
Our Learning Management System (LMS) is a SCORM Conformant Learning Management System that hosts training solutions to train hundreds of attendees, track employee progress, and certify completion. Each course is designed to fine-tune employee skill sets and provide useful strategies to improve productivity and effectiveness. Each course contains pre and post assessments, attendee evaluation for course feedback, and a certificate of completion. If your organization needs to purchase training for numerous learners, contact us for bulk discount rates.
Select courses are eligible for Continuing Education Units, required for tribal law enforcement, social workers, attorneys and many other Indian Country professionals.Â Â George Mason University administers the CEUs, so please let us know if you need credit in addition to the certificate of completion.
We also deliver custom elearning solutions for organizations doing work in Indian Country. Clients include the National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children, Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) and Office of Juvenile Justice and Deliquency Prevention (OJJDP), Bureau of Indian Affairs-Indian Police Academy, and Bureau of Indian Education.
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