Specialized Training

SPECIALIZED TRAINING


SPECIALIZED TRAINING

 
 

LEIC offers additional classes on an as needed basis for agencies. These classes can be designed to meet your unique training needs. Some past courses offered include:
• Change Management
• Developing a Strategic Plan
• Strengths Based Leadership
• Managing Generational Differences in the Workplace

This four day, 32 hour, POST certified course, provides instruction for investigating domestic violence incidents. The participants will be better equipped to handle domestic violence situations as well as provide resources for victims. This training will be a combination of classroom and practical exercises to provide the attendees with current law enforcement response skills in a variety of domestic violence and sexual assault areas.

Topics Include:

• Law Review
• Civil Liability
• Violence Against Women Act
• Trauma Informed Care
• Assessing Lethality
• Victim Interviewing
• Report Writing
• Building your Case
• High Profile Offenders
• Courtroom Testimony
• Witness Intimidation
• Victim Advocacy
• Stalking
• Dual Arrest
• Sexual Assault
• Strangulation
• Elder Abuse/Animal Abuse
• Campus Related Incidents
• Coordinated Community Response
The TN Office of Criminal Justice Programs has selected the following counties for delivery in FY2017: Fayette | Coffee | Anderson | Blount | Davidson/Williamson | Shelby | Weakley | Hamilton Click HERE to see when the course is offered. This training is sponsored by the Tennessee Office of Criminal Justice Programs and is FREE for all Law Enforcement and Domestic Violence Professionals. “This project was supported by sub grant No. 2013-WF-AX-004 awarded by the State of Tennessee, Department of Finance and Administration, Office of Criminal Justice Programs for the STOP Formula Grant Program. 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 state or the U.S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.”
The training program is a partnership between LEIC and the Global Security Program at the Howard H. Baker Center for Public Policy. Green and Jones, along with Howard Hall, director of the Global Security Program and several other instructors recently completed chemical weapons response training in Nigeria. The program, funded by a U.S. State Department grant, also will take the team to Indonesia and The Philippines. The training included simulated chemical weapons laboratories, and participants learned what to do if a chemical weapon is used. Participants also learned to identify chemical weapons, evacuate scenes, collect hazardous materials and clean up laboratories.
This 8 hour course presents a review of basic active listening and verbal de-escalation skills followed by scenario based training in a firearms simulator. In the simulations, the participant is able to apply the interactive skills necessary to de-escalate a potential threat in order to learn avoidance of the use of unnecessary force. By using the Virtra 300 degree simulator, the participants are able to have an immersive, realistic experience when applying de-escalation principles.
In light of recent events and the onset of what appears to be a growing trend, there has never been a better time to be prepared for an active shooter than now.

 
 


For more information, contact Emily Miler at emily.miller@tennessee.edu. Always check for new course topics to be added throughout the year by visiting the LEIC website.