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Author: Indian Country Training Institute
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 p...
The five units of this course include:
1. Domestic Violence
2. Drug ID and Paraphernalia
3. Effective Patrol Operations
4. Internet Safety
5. Use of Force
Please allow at least one hour to complete each unit. You may leave the course at any time. When you log in again, you will have the option to resume where you left off.
Internet Safety This course is designed to acquaint participants with the dangers related to internet use by children and teens. In addition, simple suggestions are offered to assist in protecting young internet users. Equipped with this information, the participant will be better prepared to assist young pe... more
Domestic Violence The focus of this course is to assist officers in their investigation of domestic violence incidents by •Defining domestic violence •Discussing elements within the scope of domestic violence •Defining the primary aggressor •Detailing the officer’s roles and responsibilities •Discus... more
Use of Force 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... more
Effective Patrol Operations for Tribal Law Enforcement This course introduces the topic of police operations and examines 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.
Drug Identification and Paraphernalia - Module This course is designed to provide an overview of the most popular types of drugs encountered by law enforcement officers. Participants will view drug images, their methods of use, their effects and various types of paraphernalia common to drug abuse.
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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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