Michigan Liquor Law Enforcement Training Seminar
Training for Law Enforcement: What you need to know about Michigan liquor law and the licensing process. This eight-hour MCOLES-approved class is for all law enforcement officers that enforce the Michigan Liquor Control Code and Administrative Rules. The course will start with licensing and a complete review of the application process. Officers will learn how the objection to renewal and revocation process works and what role they play in that process. Officers will gain an in-depth knowledge of the Michigan Liquor Laws. The class will continue with a community-based approach to working with licensed establishments to reduce and prevent calls for service. Officers will leave with a better understanding of the MLCC licensing process and Michigan liquor laws.
Licenses and Overview of Application Process: Objections to Renewal & Revocations: Michigan Liquor Law: Violations & Decoy Operations: Hearings Process: Working with Michigan Liquor Control and Licensed Establishments.
Please complete the form and FAX IT to 517-374-1165 or mail to the address below. The National Hospitality Institute reserves the right to cancel the seminar if there are fewer than 15 registrants. The cost of the seminar is $195.00 per person. The program is MCOLES -approved, officers MUST include MCOLES number in the space provided.
Thursday - February 20, 2014
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Delta College (Bay City)
1961 Delta Road, University Center, MI 48710
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Navigating Through the Disciplinary Process
The right to establish work rules and regulations would be meaningless without the right to enforce them. The employer could not effectively exercise its right and responsibility to maintain order and efficiency without the power to enforce disciplinary procedures. Disciplinary investigation is the first step the supervisor must take in determining whether or not an employee has violated a work rule or regulation. This two-day course is a must for anyone who is actively supervising staff or who may be placed in a position of supervision in the future. This instruction will make the investigative and disciplinary process easy to understand through the use of simple to follow guidelines. Emphasis will be placed on the internal investigative function.
Course Dates: February 27 - 28, 2014
Course Time: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Course Instructor: Chief Daniel McCaw (Waterford Police Department) has over twenty-eight years of law enforcement experience. He obtained his Master's Degree from Oakland University and has been involved in training at the Oakland and Delta College Police Academies for over twenty years.
Course Location: Delta College
Course Fee: Non-Consortium: $190.00 per person
Delta College Consortium Members: $150.00 per person
Required Equipment: Each attendee should bring a copy of their agency's current policies regarding citizen complaints and internal investigations. If an agency does not have policies in place, this should not discourage attendees from participating.
Registration Deadline: February 20, 2014
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Taser X26/X26P & X2 Instructor Course
This course will certify you to instruct others on the use of the X26, X26P and X2 TASER Electronic control Devices and is a prerequisite for all TASER ECD certifications. Please be sure to follow the registration directions below. If enrollment is completed properly, an email confirmation from NWTC will be sent to the student. If you are with a professional security or bail bonds company, you must first be approved to attend this course through the TASER Training department. Please view the waiver posted on the main Training page which outlines what documentation is required.
What to Bring: The dress is casual. Bring you department issued TASER holster (if applicable). Holsters will be available for those who need them. Please bring your duty belt with NO firearms, ammunition, or weapons of any kind.
REMINDER: New certifications - complete the 4 hour online training block and attend BOTH days of the practical session,. Re-certifications - complete the 8 hour online training block and attend the second listed practical date (Day 2 of the session). All payment arrangements are to be made with NWTC, during the online registration process. Enrollment will NOT be completed unless payment arrangements have been made.
Course Dates: February 11 - 12, 2014
Course Time: 8:00 am - 5:00 am
Course Instructor: Master Instructor Todd Hill
Course Location: Delta College Main Campus, Room (Instructional) J131, (Tactical) N220
Course Fee: New Certification: $350.00
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Refresher for Officers: This class is designed as a refresher course for the veteran officer and will highlight the more complicated areas of the UD-10 by providing a scenario type approach. An emphasis will also be placed on the proper completion of the Truck/Bus portion of the UD-10. This training starts at 8:00 am to 12:00 pm
Refresher for Supervisors: The purpose of this course is to update field supervisors on the proper completion of the UD-10 to increase accuracy of data submitted. Through the course, identification of the most common errors on submitted forms will be covered. These courses are MCOLES certified. This training starts at 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
Course Dates: February 17, 2014
Course Instructor: MSP Trooper Scott Carlson UD-10 Trainer
Course Location: Delta College, Room N007
Course Fee: $0.00 per person
Registration Deadline: February 10, 2014
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Download Registration Form (PDF) for Supervisors