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Police Academy and In-Service Training

June Training

 

Colt Armorer

M/16 - AR-15 Armorer's School

Rifles-Carbines-Sub-Machine Guns

Each graduate will gain a complete understanding of the design theory, nomenclature, dynamics. compatibility, interchangeability, detailed disassembly, assembly, maintenance and trouble-shooting of the M16/AR-15 family of weapons including rifles, carbines, and sub-machine guns.

Graduation Requirements:  Students must demonstrate proficiency in the following areas:  disassembly, reassembly, identification of  mechanical deficiencies and corrective actions.  The student must also attain a score of 70% or better on test Armorer Written Test.

Certification:   3 Year Colt Law Enforcement Rifle/ Carbine/SMG Armorer

Eligibility:    Active Law Enforcement, Corrections, Military, Nuclear Security Only.

Dates:    June 2 - 4, 2015

Time:    8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location:    Delta College, Room TBA

Cost:    $450.00 per person

To Register:    http://www.colt.com/Catalog/LawEnforcement/TrainingSchools/M16AR15ArmorersSchool.aspx    

 

First Line Supervision

Performance Directed Management"

A common sense approach

Hosted by the Delta college Department of Public Safety & Training

1961 Delta Rd, University Center, MI  48710 (MCOLES/302)

From 8:00 am - 4:00 pm on June 23, 2015

This course takes the position that the responsibility for quality-control enforcement in an organization depends on the loyalty and abilities of its first-line supervisors.

Effective supervisors are those that know when to motivate, when to lead, when to discipline, when to be subordinate, and when to just get out of the way.

Performance Benefits

Learning to motivate people

Learning how to deal with daily conflicts

Learning how to balance supervision and friendships

Learning to lead by example

Improve supervision skills to become a better leader.

Attendees are taught:

The legal and fiduciary responsibilities of a first-line supervisor

How to build a positive Supervisor-to-Subordinate relationship

How to apply basic principles of employee motivation, leadership and performance management to day to day performance problems

How to establish accountability with the difficult employee

How to conduct a Problem-Solving conference and document a plan for performance improvement

How to complete a Critical Incident Report that documents an employee's performance problem.

Students receive class outline, model forms, rules, and certificate of attendance.  (Class size is limited, please register early).

John Detchon/ Associate

John Detchon has 38 years of experience as a sworn officer, serving five  years with a major State Highway Patrol and 32 years with a Sheriff's Department.  John is a former detective, 911, jail, and patrol operations commander.  He has conducted internal affairs investigations for 15 years while serving as a division commander in carious assignments.  He is a graduate of the Ohio State Highway Patrol Academy, Ohio Peace Officers Academy, attend Kent State University and is a certified corrections academy instructor and Ohio Police Basic Instructor.

Regular tuition:  $170.00 first registrant/ $150.00 each additional (P.O's Vouchers, postmarked on or after June 17, 2015)

Prepaid tuition:  $150.00 first registrant/ $130.00 each additional (All CC payments and checks post marked by June 16, 2015)

Download Registration Form (pdf)

 

 

 

 

Law Enforcement Response to Domestic Violence

The purpose of this training is to assist local law enforcement officers to understand the domestic violence perpetrator and the domestic violence victim, as well as the domestic violence scene.  This training will also provide officers with the legal and procedural requirements needed when responding to a call of domestic violence.

The 8-hour course will address:

Substantive criminal law as it relates to domestic violence

Stalking and aggravated stalking

  • Personal Protection Orders (PPO's)
  • Warrantless arrest authority, and
  • Procedural requirements in responding to domestic violence

This project was supported by Grant #2012-WF-AX-0040 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice to the Michigan Domestic and Sexual Violence Prevention and Treatment Board.  The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations, expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women or the Michigan Domestic and Sexual Violence Prevention and Treatment Board.

There is no charge for this training

Limited to 24 participants

Course Date:    June 18, 2015

Course Time:    8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Course Instructor:    Instruction Team consisting of MCOLES approved instructors

Course Location:    Delta College, Room TBA

Course Fee:    Non-Consortium:                     $0.00 per person

                          Delta College Consortium:      $0.00 per person

MCOLES Registered

Registration Deadline:    June 11, 2015

Registration Form (PDF)

 

Law Enforcement Response to Sexual Assault Non-Stranger

Co-instructed by a Law Enforcement Officer and a Victim Advocate.  The dynamics of sexual assault and victim response, including the neurobiology of trauma, will be presented, along with important information about offender behavior.  Officers will learn specific techniques for interviewing the victim, suspect and witnesses.  Learn how to move beyond the simplistic "she said, he said" with on-scene management, evidence collection and subsequent in depth investigation practices.  Designed for Patrol Officers, Field Training Officers and Investigators to professionally resolve these cases.  MCOLES approve and credit recorded on MITN  Limited to 24 participants per class.

There is no charge to agencies or participants for this training.  Due to funding restrictions, meals and beverages cannot be provided by MCOLES.  Participants will be given time to secure their own lunch each day.

This project was supported by Grant #2012-WF-AX-0040 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice to the Michigan Domestic and Sexual Violence Prevention and Treatment Board.  The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations, expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women or the Michigan Domestic and Sexual Violence Prevention and Treatment Board.

There is no charge for this training

Limited to 24 participants

Course Dates:    June 16 - 17, 2015

Course Time:    8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Course Instructor:   Co-instructed by a Law Enforcement Officer and a Victim Advocate

Course Location:    Delta College, Room N007

Course Fee:  Non-Consortium:        $0.00 per person

                        Delta College Consortium:  $0.00 per person

Registration Deadline:    June 2, 2015

Registration Form (PDF)                          

 

Muzzle Work for the Police K-9

This 8 hour course is designed for Police K9 Teams to learn the basics of muzzle work.  K( Teams will learn how to utilize proper equipment, safety for K9 and decoy, engaging a decoy without aggression equipment, advanced tactics, and participate in scenarios.  K9 Teams will learn how to apply muzzle work into real life encounters.  Training will include vehicle bailouts, building searches and multiple suspects. 

Required Equipment:    Patrol K-9 with properly fitted muzzle, patrol vehicle outfitted for K-9 and proper attire for training and weather.

Course Dates:    June 2, 2015

Course Time:      8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Course Instructor:    Blue Line Police K-9 Instructors

Course Location:    Delta College 1961 Delta Rd University Center, MI  48710

Course Fee:    Non-Consortium:                                    $105.00 per person

                          Delta College Consortium Members:     $75.00 per person

MCOLES Registered

Registration Deadline:    May 26, 2015

Download Registration Form (PDF)

 

Smith & Wesson, M&P Armorer

This course is designed for Smith & Wesson M&P Centerfire Duty Pistols. Focus will be on nomenclature, field stripping and maintenance, safeties and safety checks, detailed disassembly, troubleshooting and minor repairs. Performing lessons repeatedly will insure good hands-on instruction for a better understanding of this firearm.

For students attending armorers courses from outside the United States, you will require a DSP5 form completed by the Smith & Wesson Academy. Please allow at least 6 weeks for processing prior to course attendance.

Length: 1 day/7 hours

Date:    June 9, 2015

Time:    8:00 am to 5:pm

Location:   Delta College,. Room N-12

Cost:    $180.00 per person

              Optional Tool Kit $83.74 per person 

Return application and payment by May 25, 2015

 To register download PDF

Attn:  Sandy Szlachetka (413)-846-6461      FAX: (413)-736-0776    or email sszlachetka@smith-wesson.com    

 

 

Street Drug Recognition & Street Level Interdiction

This course is intended for any police officer that wishes to increase their skills in the apprehension of criminals and drug smugglers through criminal interdiction.  The trend of criminal activity by means of highway transportation is a fast and growing business to many criminals and crime organizations.  Topics covered in this course include:  Identification of Street Drugs, Street level drug dealers to multi-state couriers, Indicators beyond the traffic stop, Interview techniques, Concealment areas in motor vehicles, Masking agents, Consent Searches, Hotel/Motel Interdiction, Safety issues, valuable resource tools and up to date websites to assist in the fight against criminal activity and more!.

Course Date:    June 24, 2015

Course Time:    1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Course Instructor:    Sgt. Don Duchene, Bay County Sheriff's Office

Course Location:    Delta College, Room TBA

Course Fee:    Non-Consortium:                                   $50.00 per person

                          Delta College Consortium Members:    $0.00 per person

MCOLES Registered

Registration Deadline:    June 10, 2015

Download Registration Form (PDF)

 

 


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