Utah Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) has identified some valuable training to assist Law Enforcement officers as they respond to various challenges within Utah’s communities. Utah POST attempts to identify local and national trends to share with the officers it serves. The training video outlines some of the communication challenges that may arise as […]
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The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), is offering 8 free online courses for the topics of Juvenile Interview and Interrogation Techniques and School Safety. More information can be found at http://elearning-courses.net/iacp/
In a joint endeavor, the Utah Law Enforcement Memorial and the Utah Peace Officer Association are raising the necessary funds to have session photo’s once again placed on display at POST. For more information click here.
This Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) training consists of five videos introducing law enforcement officers to strategies that may be utilized to deescalate encounters with dogs. After the training, officers should have more information regarding options that are available to them to help protect themselves, citizens and dogs. A companion document titled “The Problem of […]
The goal of this course is for officers to develop skills to identify the stress involved in the law enforcement profession, both on and off duty. Officers should learn practical skills to cope with stress and to avoid stress. The course is designed to give officers life skills that will assist them in having a […]
“Getting the Most out of Crime Analysis” This no-cost webinar covers a set of key principles and best practices that can help agencies effectively develop and manage crime analysis programs and, most importantly, make the best operational use of crime analysis products. The session covers important concerns with training (both analysts and officers), data quality, […]
National Prevention Toolkit on Officer-Involved Domestic Violence training is now available. The Toolkit is part of a broad-based effort to prevent violence in the homes of criminal justice families and to support healthy families, agencies, and communities. For more information click here.