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  • The Threat of Hate Groups in the United States and Their Implications for Law Enforcement
    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    09-08-17

    5407 N University St, Poplar 100, Peoria, IL 61614

    5407 N University St, Poplar 100, Peoria, IL 61614

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Michael J. Oyer, Director
    Illinois Central College-North Campus-Poplar Hall
    Office P100
    Classroom P101
    5407 N. University Street P100
    Peoria, IL 61635-0001
    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu
    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    The Threat of Hate Groups in the United States and Their Implications for Law Enforcement

    Instructor: Dean Alexander

    September 8, 2017
    8am – 4pm

    This project is partially supported by Homeland Security funds, awarded by the Illinois Terrorism Task Force through the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board Executive Institute.

    Class will meet in our classroom (above)
    Enrollment Deadline: September 8, 2017
    Course Size: Minimum -15, Maximum – 64
    Course Objective

    It is crucial that U.S. law enforcement is made aware of the dynamics of the threat of hate groups on U.S. soil and craft solutions to combat it. The eight-hour, in-service program, The Threat of Hate Groups in the United States and their Implications to Law Enforcement, addresses these and related timely topics as articulated below.

    Course Content

    This program will enable the participants to be able to do as follows:

    1. Define hate ideology and hate groups
    2. Articulate the legacy of hate groups in the United States
    3. Comprehend U.S. hate ideologies and hate groups in the United States
    4. Appreciate the risks hate groups pose to society
    5. Describe why people hate
    6. Discuss radicalization and recruitment by hate groups
    7. Provide the frequency of hate crimes in the United States and share examples of case studies
    8. Articulate traditional crimes carried out by hate groups
    9. Implement effective law enforcement responses to hate groups
    10. Incorporate officer safety issues when interacting with hate groups

    About the Instructor

    Prof. Dean C. Alexander

    Dean C. Alexander is Director, Homeland Security Research Program and Associate Professor, Homeland Security at the School of Law Enforcement and Justice Administration at Western Illinois University. Prof. Alexander’s teaching, research, and speaking activities encompass terrorism, security, and legal issues. He has lectured in ten countries, including to law enforcement and military officials at North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), U.S. State Department, and National Intelligence University events. His U.S.-based lectures have included engagements with numerous law enforcement organizations, including the Illinois Statewide Terrorism and Intelligence Center, Oregon Fusion Center, Milwaukee Police Department, McAllen Police Department, and Yuma Police Department.

    MTU 7 request for certification of this course has been  approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board Mobile In-Service Training Team #7 Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board
    Meets mandatory guidelines set for the following: Civil Rights, Constitutional and Proper use of Law Enforcement Authority, Cultural Competency, Legal Updates and Procedural Justice
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  • School of Police Staff and Command – Northwestern University Center for Public Safety
    8:00 AM-5:00 PM
    09-11-17

    5407 N University St, Poplar 100, Peoria, IL 61614

    5407 N University St, Poplar 100, Peoria, IL 61614

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Michael J. Oyer, Director
    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu
    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    School of Police Staff and Command

    ILETSB Certified
    Meets ILETSB Curriculum Requirements for Public Act 096-1111, which goes into effect 1/1/2012

    Instructor: NUCPS

    July 17-21 & 24-28, Aug 14-18 & 21-25, Sept 11-15 & 18-22, Oct 2-6 & 9-13, Oct 30-Nov 3 & Nov 6-10, 2017
    8am – 4pm

    Class will meet in our classroom (above)
    Enrollment will be handled by NUCPS
    Course Size: Maximum – 40
    https://registration.nucps.northwestern.edu/searchResults.cfm?prgID=9

    Course Description

    The School of Police Staff and Command (SPSC) is an intensive ten-week program that prepares law enforcement managers for senior positions by uniquely combining academic principles with practical applications. Since the program launched in 1983, the SPSC has received enthusiastic response from executives and participants throughout the country. In 2012, the program was redesigned and the course curriculum updated to better incorporate adult- and problem-based learning models.

    Course Content

    Budgeting

    • Contemporary Policing
    • Decision Making and Problem Solving
    • Employee Relations
    • Evaluating Products and Services
    • Executive Image
    • Grant Writing
    • Leadership and Management
    • Media Relations
    • Organizational Behavior
    • Planning and Policies
    • Project Management
    • Resource Allocation
    • Statistics
    • Traffic

    Who Should Attend

    SPSC is a dynamic police management program designed to prepare today’s progressive public
    safety managers for senior command positions and is intended for mid- and upper-level supervisory
    personnel.

    It is expected that participating students have at least two years of supervisory experience and are
    prepared to complete upper-division (i.e., junior and senior level) university course work.

    Upper division university course work presumes that a student has the ability to:

    • Write a research paper
    • Perform arithmetic operations and understand elementary algebraic notation
    • Read, comprehend and retain assigned materials based on textbooks, professional journals,trade magazines and other sources
    • Schedule time to complete out-of-class reading and writing assignments

    SPSC is not appropriate for entry-level officers, deputies or troopers. It is recommended that
    personnel who have recently been appointed to their first supervisory position attend NUCPS’s Supervision of Police Personnel on-ground or online.

    To ensure that SPSC students have sufficient time to attend class and complete out-of-class assignments, students should be released from their normal job responsibilities. Students are required to have access to the internet for grade retrieval and course communication.

    Program Outcomes

    Students who successfully complete SPSC are better prepared to:

    • Think globally rather than remain task-oriented
    • Deliver services effectively and efficiently
    • Get things done with people
    • Analyze the environment
    • Mitigate legal exposure
    • Develop systems of accountability

    Faculty

    NUCPS courses are directed and taught by professional staff members of the Center for Public
    Safety.

    Many instructors are former law enforcement officers with an aggregate of over 200 years of enforcement experience. Guest lecturers, including several NUCPS graduates, supplement the faculty and come from law enforcement agencies, educational institutions and national organizations.

    Cost

    MTU 7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Mobile In-Service Training Team#7 Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

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  • School of Police Staff and Command – Northwestern University Center for Public Safety
    8:00 AM-5:00 PM
    09-12-17

    5407 N University St, Poplar 100, Peoria, IL 61614

    5407 N University St, Poplar 100, Peoria, IL 61614

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Michael J. Oyer, Director
    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu
    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    School of Police Staff and Command

    ILETSB Certified
    Meets ILETSB Curriculum Requirements for Public Act 096-1111, which goes into effect 1/1/2012

    Instructor: NUCPS

    July 17-21 & 24-28, Aug 14-18 & 21-25, Sept 11-15 & 18-22, Oct 2-6 & 9-13, Oct 30-Nov 3 & Nov 6-10, 2017
    8am – 4pm

    Class will meet in our classroom (above)
    Enrollment will be handled by NUCPS
    Course Size: Maximum – 40
    https://registration.nucps.northwestern.edu/searchResults.cfm?prgID=9

    Course Description

    The School of Police Staff and Command (SPSC) is an intensive ten-week program that prepares law enforcement managers for senior positions by uniquely combining academic principles with practical applications. Since the program launched in 1983, the SPSC has received enthusiastic response from executives and participants throughout the country. In 2012, the program was redesigned and the course curriculum updated to better incorporate adult- and problem-based learning models.

    Course Content

    Budgeting

    • Contemporary Policing
    • Decision Making and Problem Solving
    • Employee Relations
    • Evaluating Products and Services
    • Executive Image
    • Grant Writing
    • Leadership and Management
    • Media Relations
    • Organizational Behavior
    • Planning and Policies
    • Project Management
    • Resource Allocation
    • Statistics
    • Traffic

    Who Should Attend

    SPSC is a dynamic police management program designed to prepare today’s progressive public
    safety managers for senior command positions and is intended for mid- and upper-level supervisory
    personnel.

    It is expected that participating students have at least two years of supervisory experience and are
    prepared to complete upper-division (i.e., junior and senior level) university course work.

    Upper division university course work presumes that a student has the ability to:

    • Write a research paper
    • Perform arithmetic operations and understand elementary algebraic notation
    • Read, comprehend and retain assigned materials based on textbooks, professional journals,trade magazines and other sources
    • Schedule time to complete out-of-class reading and writing assignments

    SPSC is not appropriate for entry-level officers, deputies or troopers. It is recommended that
    personnel who have recently been appointed to their first supervisory position attend NUCPS’s Supervision of Police Personnel on-ground or online.

    To ensure that SPSC students have sufficient time to attend class and complete out-of-class assignments, students should be released from their normal job responsibilities. Students are required to have access to the internet for grade retrieval and course communication.

    Program Outcomes

    Students who successfully complete SPSC are better prepared to:

    • Think globally rather than remain task-oriented
    • Deliver services effectively and efficiently
    • Get things done with people
    • Analyze the environment
    • Mitigate legal exposure
    • Develop systems of accountability

    Faculty

    NUCPS courses are directed and taught by professional staff members of the Center for Public
    Safety.

    Many instructors are former law enforcement officers with an aggregate of over 200 years of enforcement experience. Guest lecturers, including several NUCPS graduates, supplement the faculty and come from law enforcement agencies, educational institutions and national organizations.

    Cost

    MTU 7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Mobile In-Service Training Team#7 Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

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  • School of Police Staff and Command – Northwestern University Center for Public Safety
    8:00 AM-5:00 PM
    09-13-17

    5407 N University St, Poplar 100, Peoria, IL 61614

    5407 N University St, Poplar 100, Peoria, IL 61614

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Michael J. Oyer, Director
    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu
    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    School of Police Staff and Command

    ILETSB Certified
    Meets ILETSB Curriculum Requirements for Public Act 096-1111, which goes into effect 1/1/2012

    Instructor: NUCPS

    July 17-21 & 24-28, Aug 14-18 & 21-25, Sept 11-15 & 18-22, Oct 2-6 & 9-13, Oct 30-Nov 3 & Nov 6-10, 2017
    8am – 4pm

    Class will meet in our classroom (above)
    Enrollment will be handled by NUCPS
    Course Size: Maximum – 40
    https://registration.nucps.northwestern.edu/searchResults.cfm?prgID=9

    Course Description

    The School of Police Staff and Command (SPSC) is an intensive ten-week program that prepares law enforcement managers for senior positions by uniquely combining academic principles with practical applications. Since the program launched in 1983, the SPSC has received enthusiastic response from executives and participants throughout the country. In 2012, the program was redesigned and the course curriculum updated to better incorporate adult- and problem-based learning models.

    Course Content

    Budgeting

    • Contemporary Policing
    • Decision Making and Problem Solving
    • Employee Relations
    • Evaluating Products and Services
    • Executive Image
    • Grant Writing
    • Leadership and Management
    • Media Relations
    • Organizational Behavior
    • Planning and Policies
    • Project Management
    • Resource Allocation
    • Statistics
    • Traffic

    Who Should Attend

    SPSC is a dynamic police management program designed to prepare today’s progressive public
    safety managers for senior command positions and is intended for mid- and upper-level supervisory
    personnel.

    It is expected that participating students have at least two years of supervisory experience and are
    prepared to complete upper-division (i.e., junior and senior level) university course work.

    Upper division university course work presumes that a student has the ability to:

    • Write a research paper
    • Perform arithmetic operations and understand elementary algebraic notation
    • Read, comprehend and retain assigned materials based on textbooks, professional journals,trade magazines and other sources
    • Schedule time to complete out-of-class reading and writing assignments

    SPSC is not appropriate for entry-level officers, deputies or troopers. It is recommended that
    personnel who have recently been appointed to their first supervisory position attend NUCPS’s Supervision of Police Personnel on-ground or online.

    To ensure that SPSC students have sufficient time to attend class and complete out-of-class assignments, students should be released from their normal job responsibilities. Students are required to have access to the internet for grade retrieval and course communication.

    Program Outcomes

    Students who successfully complete SPSC are better prepared to:

    • Think globally rather than remain task-oriented
    • Deliver services effectively and efficiently
    • Get things done with people
    • Analyze the environment
    • Mitigate legal exposure
    • Develop systems of accountability

    Faculty

    NUCPS courses are directed and taught by professional staff members of the Center for Public
    Safety.

    Many instructors are former law enforcement officers with an aggregate of over 200 years of enforcement experience. Guest lecturers, including several NUCPS graduates, supplement the faculty and come from law enforcement agencies, educational institutions and national organizations.

    Cost

    MTU 7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Mobile In-Service Training Team#7 Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

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  • School of Police Staff and Command – Northwestern University Center for Public Safety
    8:00 AM-5:00 PM
    09-14-17

    5407 N University St, Poplar 100, Peoria, IL 61614

    5407 N University St, Poplar 100, Peoria, IL 61614

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Michael J. Oyer, Director
    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu
    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    School of Police Staff and Command

    ILETSB Certified
    Meets ILETSB Curriculum Requirements for Public Act 096-1111, which goes into effect 1/1/2012

    Instructor: NUCPS

    July 17-21 & 24-28, Aug 14-18 & 21-25, Sept 11-15 & 18-22, Oct 2-6 & 9-13, Oct 30-Nov 3 & Nov 6-10, 2017
    8am – 4pm

    Class will meet in our classroom (above)
    Enrollment will be handled by NUCPS
    Course Size: Maximum – 40
    https://registration.nucps.northwestern.edu/searchResults.cfm?prgID=9

    Course Description

    The School of Police Staff and Command (SPSC) is an intensive ten-week program that prepares law enforcement managers for senior positions by uniquely combining academic principles with practical applications. Since the program launched in 1983, the SPSC has received enthusiastic response from executives and participants throughout the country. In 2012, the program was redesigned and the course curriculum updated to better incorporate adult- and problem-based learning models.

    Course Content

    Budgeting

    • Contemporary Policing
    • Decision Making and Problem Solving
    • Employee Relations
    • Evaluating Products and Services
    • Executive Image
    • Grant Writing
    • Leadership and Management
    • Media Relations
    • Organizational Behavior
    • Planning and Policies
    • Project Management
    • Resource Allocation
    • Statistics
    • Traffic

    Who Should Attend

    SPSC is a dynamic police management program designed to prepare today’s progressive public
    safety managers for senior command positions and is intended for mid- and upper-level supervisory
    personnel.

    It is expected that participating students have at least two years of supervisory experience and are
    prepared to complete upper-division (i.e., junior and senior level) university course work.

    Upper division university course work presumes that a student has the ability to:

    • Write a research paper
    • Perform arithmetic operations and understand elementary algebraic notation
    • Read, comprehend and retain assigned materials based on textbooks, professional journals,trade magazines and other sources
    • Schedule time to complete out-of-class reading and writing assignments

    SPSC is not appropriate for entry-level officers, deputies or troopers. It is recommended that
    personnel who have recently been appointed to their first supervisory position attend NUCPS’s Supervision of Police Personnel on-ground or online.

    To ensure that SPSC students have sufficient time to attend class and complete out-of-class assignments, students should be released from their normal job responsibilities. Students are required to have access to the internet for grade retrieval and course communication.

    Program Outcomes

    Students who successfully complete SPSC are better prepared to:

    • Think globally rather than remain task-oriented
    • Deliver services effectively and efficiently
    • Get things done with people
    • Analyze the environment
    • Mitigate legal exposure
    • Develop systems of accountability

    Faculty

    NUCPS courses are directed and taught by professional staff members of the Center for Public
    Safety.

    Many instructors are former law enforcement officers with an aggregate of over 200 years of enforcement experience. Guest lecturers, including several NUCPS graduates, supplement the faculty and come from law enforcement agencies, educational institutions and national organizations.

    Cost

    MTU 7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Mobile In-Service Training Team#7 Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

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  • School of Police Staff and Command – Northwestern University Center for Public Safety
    8:00 AM-5:00 PM
    09-15-17

    5407 N University St, Poplar 100, Peoria, IL 61614

    5407 N University St, Poplar 100, Peoria, IL 61614

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Michael J. Oyer, Director
    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu
    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    School of Police Staff and Command

    ILETSB Certified
    Meets ILETSB Curriculum Requirements for Public Act 096-1111, which goes into effect 1/1/2012

    Instructor: NUCPS

    July 17-21 & 24-28, Aug 14-18 & 21-25, Sept 11-15 & 18-22, Oct 2-6 & 9-13, Oct 30-Nov 3 & Nov 6-10, 2017
    8am – 4pm

    Class will meet in our classroom (above)
    Enrollment will be handled by NUCPS
    Course Size: Maximum – 40
    https://registration.nucps.northwestern.edu/searchResults.cfm?prgID=9

    Course Description

    The School of Police Staff and Command (SPSC) is an intensive ten-week program that prepares law enforcement managers for senior positions by uniquely combining academic principles with practical applications. Since the program launched in 1983, the SPSC has received enthusiastic response from executives and participants throughout the country. In 2012, the program was redesigned and the course curriculum updated to better incorporate adult- and problem-based learning models.

    Course Content

    Budgeting

    • Contemporary Policing
    • Decision Making and Problem Solving
    • Employee Relations
    • Evaluating Products and Services
    • Executive Image
    • Grant Writing
    • Leadership and Management
    • Media Relations
    • Organizational Behavior
    • Planning and Policies
    • Project Management
    • Resource Allocation
    • Statistics
    • Traffic

    Who Should Attend

    SPSC is a dynamic police management program designed to prepare today’s progressive public
    safety managers for senior command positions and is intended for mid- and upper-level supervisory
    personnel.

    It is expected that participating students have at least two years of supervisory experience and are
    prepared to complete upper-division (i.e., junior and senior level) university course work.

    Upper division university course work presumes that a student has the ability to:

    • Write a research paper
    • Perform arithmetic operations and understand elementary algebraic notation
    • Read, comprehend and retain assigned materials based on textbooks, professional journals,trade magazines and other sources
    • Schedule time to complete out-of-class reading and writing assignments

    SPSC is not appropriate for entry-level officers, deputies or troopers. It is recommended that
    personnel who have recently been appointed to their first supervisory position attend NUCPS’s Supervision of Police Personnel on-ground or online.

    To ensure that SPSC students have sufficient time to attend class and complete out-of-class assignments, students should be released from their normal job responsibilities. Students are required to have access to the internet for grade retrieval and course communication.

    Program Outcomes

    Students who successfully complete SPSC are better prepared to:

    • Think globally rather than remain task-oriented
    • Deliver services effectively and efficiently
    • Get things done with people
    • Analyze the environment
    • Mitigate legal exposure
    • Develop systems of accountability

    Faculty

    NUCPS courses are directed and taught by professional staff members of the Center for Public
    Safety.

    Many instructors are former law enforcement officers with an aggregate of over 200 years of enforcement experience. Guest lecturers, including several NUCPS graduates, supplement the faculty and come from law enforcement agencies, educational institutions and national organizations.

    Cost

    MTU 7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Mobile In-Service Training Team#7 Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

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  • School of Police Staff and Command – Northwestern University Center for Public Safety
    8:00 AM-5:00 PM
    09-18-17

    5407 N University St, Poplar 100, Peoria, IL 61614

    5407 N University St, Poplar 100, Peoria, IL 61614

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Michael J. Oyer, Director
    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu
    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    School of Police Staff and Command

    ILETSB Certified
    Meets ILETSB Curriculum Requirements for Public Act 096-1111, which goes into effect 1/1/2012

    Instructor: NUCPS

    July 17-21 & 24-28, Aug 14-18 & 21-25, Sept 11-15 & 18-22, Oct 2-6 & 9-13, Oct 30-Nov 3 & Nov 6-10, 2017
    8am – 4pm

    Class will meet in our classroom (above)
    Enrollment will be handled by NUCPS
    Course Size: Maximum – 40
    https://registration.nucps.northwestern.edu/searchResults.cfm?prgID=9

    Course Description

    The School of Police Staff and Command (SPSC) is an intensive ten-week program that prepares law enforcement managers for senior positions by uniquely combining academic principles with practical applications. Since the program launched in 1983, the SPSC has received enthusiastic response from executives and participants throughout the country. In 2012, the program was redesigned and the course curriculum updated to better incorporate adult- and problem-based learning models.

    Course Content

    Budgeting

    • Contemporary Policing
    • Decision Making and Problem Solving
    • Employee Relations
    • Evaluating Products and Services
    • Executive Image
    • Grant Writing
    • Leadership and Management
    • Media Relations
    • Organizational Behavior
    • Planning and Policies
    • Project Management
    • Resource Allocation
    • Statistics
    • Traffic

    Who Should Attend

    SPSC is a dynamic police management program designed to prepare today’s progressive public
    safety managers for senior command positions and is intended for mid- and upper-level supervisory
    personnel.

    It is expected that participating students have at least two years of supervisory experience and are
    prepared to complete upper-division (i.e., junior and senior level) university course work.

    Upper division university course work presumes that a student has the ability to:

    • Write a research paper
    • Perform arithmetic operations and understand elementary algebraic notation
    • Read, comprehend and retain assigned materials based on textbooks, professional journals,trade magazines and other sources
    • Schedule time to complete out-of-class reading and writing assignments

    SPSC is not appropriate for entry-level officers, deputies or troopers. It is recommended that
    personnel who have recently been appointed to their first supervisory position attend NUCPS’s Supervision of Police Personnel on-ground or online.

    To ensure that SPSC students have sufficient time to attend class and complete out-of-class assignments, students should be released from their normal job responsibilities. Students are required to have access to the internet for grade retrieval and course communication.

    Program Outcomes

    Students who successfully complete SPSC are better prepared to:

    • Think globally rather than remain task-oriented
    • Deliver services effectively and efficiently
    • Get things done with people
    • Analyze the environment
    • Mitigate legal exposure
    • Develop systems of accountability

    Faculty

    NUCPS courses are directed and taught by professional staff members of the Center for Public
    Safety.

    Many instructors are former law enforcement officers with an aggregate of over 200 years of enforcement experience. Guest lecturers, including several NUCPS graduates, supplement the faculty and come from law enforcement agencies, educational institutions and national organizations.

    Cost

    MTU 7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Mobile In-Service Training Team#7 Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

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  • School of Police Staff and Command – Northwestern University Center for Public Safety
    8:00 AM-5:00 PM
    09-19-17

    5407 N University St, Poplar 100, Peoria, IL 61614

    5407 N University St, Poplar 100, Peoria, IL 61614

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Michael J. Oyer, Director
    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu
    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    School of Police Staff and Command

    ILETSB Certified
    Meets ILETSB Curriculum Requirements for Public Act 096-1111, which goes into effect 1/1/2012

    Instructor: NUCPS

    July 17-21 & 24-28, Aug 14-18 & 21-25, Sept 11-15 & 18-22, Oct 2-6 & 9-13, Oct 30-Nov 3 & Nov 6-10, 2017
    8am – 4pm

    Class will meet in our classroom (above)
    Enrollment will be handled by NUCPS
    Course Size: Maximum – 40
    https://registration.nucps.northwestern.edu/searchResults.cfm?prgID=9

    Course Description

    The School of Police Staff and Command (SPSC) is an intensive ten-week program that prepares law enforcement managers for senior positions by uniquely combining academic principles with practical applications. Since the program launched in 1983, the SPSC has received enthusiastic response from executives and participants throughout the country. In 2012, the program was redesigned and the course curriculum updated to better incorporate adult- and problem-based learning models.

    Course Content

    Budgeting

    • Contemporary Policing
    • Decision Making and Problem Solving
    • Employee Relations
    • Evaluating Products and Services
    • Executive Image
    • Grant Writing
    • Leadership and Management
    • Media Relations
    • Organizational Behavior
    • Planning and Policies
    • Project Management
    • Resource Allocation
    • Statistics
    • Traffic

    Who Should Attend

    SPSC is a dynamic police management program designed to prepare today’s progressive public
    safety managers for senior command positions and is intended for mid- and upper-level supervisory
    personnel.

    It is expected that participating students have at least two years of supervisory experience and are
    prepared to complete upper-division (i.e., junior and senior level) university course work.

    Upper division university course work presumes that a student has the ability to:

    • Write a research paper
    • Perform arithmetic operations and understand elementary algebraic notation
    • Read, comprehend and retain assigned materials based on textbooks, professional journals,trade magazines and other sources
    • Schedule time to complete out-of-class reading and writing assignments

    SPSC is not appropriate for entry-level officers, deputies or troopers. It is recommended that
    personnel who have recently been appointed to their first supervisory position attend NUCPS’s Supervision of Police Personnel on-ground or online.

    To ensure that SPSC students have sufficient time to attend class and complete out-of-class assignments, students should be released from their normal job responsibilities. Students are required to have access to the internet for grade retrieval and course communication.

    Program Outcomes

    Students who successfully complete SPSC are better prepared to:

    • Think globally rather than remain task-oriented
    • Deliver services effectively and efficiently
    • Get things done with people
    • Analyze the environment
    • Mitigate legal exposure
    • Develop systems of accountability

    Faculty

    NUCPS courses are directed and taught by professional staff members of the Center for Public
    Safety.

    Many instructors are former law enforcement officers with an aggregate of over 200 years of enforcement experience. Guest lecturers, including several NUCPS graduates, supplement the faculty and come from law enforcement agencies, educational institutions and national organizations.

    Cost

    MTU 7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Mobile In-Service Training Team#7 Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

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  • School of Police Staff and Command – Northwestern University Center for Public Safety
    8:00 AM-5:00 PM
    09-20-17

    5407 N University St, Poplar 100, Peoria, IL 61614

    5407 N University St, Poplar 100, Peoria, IL 61614

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Michael J. Oyer, Director
    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu
    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    School of Police Staff and Command

    ILETSB Certified
    Meets ILETSB Curriculum Requirements for Public Act 096-1111, which goes into effect 1/1/2012

    Instructor: NUCPS

    July 17-21 & 24-28, Aug 14-18 & 21-25, Sept 11-15 & 18-22, Oct 2-6 & 9-13, Oct 30-Nov 3 & Nov 6-10, 2017
    8am – 4pm

    Class will meet in our classroom (above)
    Enrollment will be handled by NUCPS
    Course Size: Maximum – 40
    https://registration.nucps.northwestern.edu/searchResults.cfm?prgID=9

    Course Description

    The School of Police Staff and Command (SPSC) is an intensive ten-week program that prepares law enforcement managers for senior positions by uniquely combining academic principles with practical applications. Since the program launched in 1983, the SPSC has received enthusiastic response from executives and participants throughout the country. In 2012, the program was redesigned and the course curriculum updated to better incorporate adult- and problem-based learning models.

    Course Content

    Budgeting

    • Contemporary Policing
    • Decision Making and Problem Solving
    • Employee Relations
    • Evaluating Products and Services
    • Executive Image
    • Grant Writing
    • Leadership and Management
    • Media Relations
    • Organizational Behavior
    • Planning and Policies
    • Project Management
    • Resource Allocation
    • Statistics
    • Traffic

    Who Should Attend

    SPSC is a dynamic police management program designed to prepare today’s progressive public
    safety managers for senior command positions and is intended for mid- and upper-level supervisory
    personnel.

    It is expected that participating students have at least two years of supervisory experience and are
    prepared to complete upper-division (i.e., junior and senior level) university course work.

    Upper division university course work presumes that a student has the ability to:

    • Write a research paper
    • Perform arithmetic operations and understand elementary algebraic notation
    • Read, comprehend and retain assigned materials based on textbooks, professional journals,trade magazines and other sources
    • Schedule time to complete out-of-class reading and writing assignments

    SPSC is not appropriate for entry-level officers, deputies or troopers. It is recommended that
    personnel who have recently been appointed to their first supervisory position attend NUCPS’s Supervision of Police Personnel on-ground or online.

    To ensure that SPSC students have sufficient time to attend class and complete out-of-class assignments, students should be released from their normal job responsibilities. Students are required to have access to the internet for grade retrieval and course communication.

    Program Outcomes

    Students who successfully complete SPSC are better prepared to:

    • Think globally rather than remain task-oriented
    • Deliver services effectively and efficiently
    • Get things done with people
    • Analyze the environment
    • Mitigate legal exposure
    • Develop systems of accountability

    Faculty

    NUCPS courses are directed and taught by professional staff members of the Center for Public
    Safety.

    Many instructors are former law enforcement officers with an aggregate of over 200 years of enforcement experience. Guest lecturers, including several NUCPS graduates, supplement the faculty and come from law enforcement agencies, educational institutions and national organizations.

    Cost

    MTU 7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Mobile In-Service Training Team#7 Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

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  • School of Police Staff and Command – Northwestern University Center for Public Safety
    8:00 AM-5:00 PM
    09-21-17

    5407 N University St, Poplar 100, Peoria, IL 61614

    5407 N University St, Poplar 100, Peoria, IL 61614

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Michael J. Oyer, Director
    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu
    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    School of Police Staff and Command

    ILETSB Certified
    Meets ILETSB Curriculum Requirements for Public Act 096-1111, which goes into effect 1/1/2012

    Instructor: NUCPS

    July 17-21 & 24-28, Aug 14-18 & 21-25, Sept 11-15 & 18-22, Oct 2-6 & 9-13, Oct 30-Nov 3 & Nov 6-10, 2017
    8am – 4pm

    Class will meet in our classroom (above)
    Enrollment will be handled by NUCPS
    Course Size: Maximum – 40
    https://registration.nucps.northwestern.edu/searchResults.cfm?prgID=9

    Course Description

    The School of Police Staff and Command (SPSC) is an intensive ten-week program that prepares law enforcement managers for senior positions by uniquely combining academic principles with practical applications. Since the program launched in 1983, the SPSC has received enthusiastic response from executives and participants throughout the country. In 2012, the program was redesigned and the course curriculum updated to better incorporate adult- and problem-based learning models.

    Course Content

    Budgeting

    • Contemporary Policing
    • Decision Making and Problem Solving
    • Employee Relations
    • Evaluating Products and Services
    • Executive Image
    • Grant Writing
    • Leadership and Management
    • Media Relations
    • Organizational Behavior
    • Planning and Policies
    • Project Management
    • Resource Allocation
    • Statistics
    • Traffic

    Who Should Attend

    SPSC is a dynamic police management program designed to prepare today’s progressive public
    safety managers for senior command positions and is intended for mid- and upper-level supervisory
    personnel.

    It is expected that participating students have at least two years of supervisory experience and are
    prepared to complete upper-division (i.e., junior and senior level) university course work.

    Upper division university course work presumes that a student has the ability to:

    • Write a research paper
    • Perform arithmetic operations and understand elementary algebraic notation
    • Read, comprehend and retain assigned materials based on textbooks, professional journals,trade magazines and other sources
    • Schedule time to complete out-of-class reading and writing assignments

    SPSC is not appropriate for entry-level officers, deputies or troopers. It is recommended that
    personnel who have recently been appointed to their first supervisory position attend NUCPS’s Supervision of Police Personnel on-ground or online.

    To ensure that SPSC students have sufficient time to attend class and complete out-of-class assignments, students should be released from their normal job responsibilities. Students are required to have access to the internet for grade retrieval and course communication.

    Program Outcomes

    Students who successfully complete SPSC are better prepared to:

    • Think globally rather than remain task-oriented
    • Deliver services effectively and efficiently
    • Get things done with people
    • Analyze the environment
    • Mitigate legal exposure
    • Develop systems of accountability

    Faculty

    NUCPS courses are directed and taught by professional staff members of the Center for Public
    Safety.

    Many instructors are former law enforcement officers with an aggregate of over 200 years of enforcement experience. Guest lecturers, including several NUCPS graduates, supplement the faculty and come from law enforcement agencies, educational institutions and national organizations.

    Cost

    MTU 7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Mobile In-Service Training Team#7 Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

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  • School of Police Staff and Command – Northwestern University Center for Public Safety
    8:00 AM-5:00 PM
    09-22-17

    5407 N University St, Poplar 100, Peoria, IL 61614

    5407 N University St, Poplar 100, Peoria, IL 61614

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Michael J. Oyer, Director
    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu
    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    School of Police Staff and Command

    ILETSB Certified
    Meets ILETSB Curriculum Requirements for Public Act 096-1111, which goes into effect 1/1/2012

    Instructor: NUCPS

    July 17-21 & 24-28, Aug 14-18 & 21-25, Sept 11-15 & 18-22, Oct 2-6 & 9-13, Oct 30-Nov 3 & Nov 6-10, 2017
    8am – 4pm

    Class will meet in our classroom (above)
    Enrollment will be handled by NUCPS
    Course Size: Maximum – 40
    https://registration.nucps.northwestern.edu/searchResults.cfm?prgID=9

    Course Description

    The School of Police Staff and Command (SPSC) is an intensive ten-week program that prepares law enforcement managers for senior positions by uniquely combining academic principles with practical applications. Since the program launched in 1983, the SPSC has received enthusiastic response from executives and participants throughout the country. In 2012, the program was redesigned and the course curriculum updated to better incorporate adult- and problem-based learning models.

    Course Content

    Budgeting

    • Contemporary Policing
    • Decision Making and Problem Solving
    • Employee Relations
    • Evaluating Products and Services
    • Executive Image
    • Grant Writing
    • Leadership and Management
    • Media Relations
    • Organizational Behavior
    • Planning and Policies
    • Project Management
    • Resource Allocation
    • Statistics
    • Traffic

    Who Should Attend

    SPSC is a dynamic police management program designed to prepare today’s progressive public
    safety managers for senior command positions and is intended for mid- and upper-level supervisory
    personnel.

    It is expected that participating students have at least two years of supervisory experience and are
    prepared to complete upper-division (i.e., junior and senior level) university course work.

    Upper division university course work presumes that a student has the ability to:

    • Write a research paper
    • Perform arithmetic operations and understand elementary algebraic notation
    • Read, comprehend and retain assigned materials based on textbooks, professional journals,trade magazines and other sources
    • Schedule time to complete out-of-class reading and writing assignments

    SPSC is not appropriate for entry-level officers, deputies or troopers. It is recommended that
    personnel who have recently been appointed to their first supervisory position attend NUCPS’s Supervision of Police Personnel on-ground or online.

    To ensure that SPSC students have sufficient time to attend class and complete out-of-class assignments, students should be released from their normal job responsibilities. Students are required to have access to the internet for grade retrieval and course communication.

    Program Outcomes

    Students who successfully complete SPSC are better prepared to:

    • Think globally rather than remain task-oriented
    • Deliver services effectively and efficiently
    • Get things done with people
    • Analyze the environment
    • Mitigate legal exposure
    • Develop systems of accountability

    Faculty

    NUCPS courses are directed and taught by professional staff members of the Center for Public
    Safety.

    Many instructors are former law enforcement officers with an aggregate of over 200 years of enforcement experience. Guest lecturers, including several NUCPS graduates, supplement the faculty and come from law enforcement agencies, educational institutions and national organizations.

    Cost

    MTU 7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    Mobile In-Service Training Team#7 Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

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  • Heroin on Steroids
    8:00 AM-4:00 PM
    09-26-17

    5407 N University St, Poplar 100, Peoria, IL 61614

    5407 N University St, Poplar 100, Peoria, IL 61614

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Michael J. Oyer, Director
    Illinois Central College-North Campus-Poplar Hall
    Office P100
    Classroom P101
    5407 N. University Street P100
    Peoria, IL 61635-0001
    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu
    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    Heroin on Steroids

    Instructor: Scott Byington
    Public Grants and Training Initiatives

    September 26, 2017
    8am – 4pm

    Class will meet in ARBOR HALL AUDITORIUM A111 (above)
    Enrollment Deadline: September 19, 2017
    Course Size: Minimum -15, Maximum – 64
     Course Objective
    This course is designed to educate law enforcement and criminal justice professionals about the exploding trend of synthetic opioids.  In many jurisdictions already affected by illicit Fentanyl, W-18/Carfentanil, and U-47700, this training has become mandatory.  Instruction will cover the make-up of these dangerous substances, what they look like, where they come from, and how to protect first responders from potentially deadly contact.  The instructor will provide information on how to initiate and safely investigate cases involving these substances that are considerably more potent than other narcotics on the street.
    Course Content
    • Pharmaceutical and illicit Fentanyl and its analogs
    • Opioid potency and the disease of addiction
    • Known sources and distribution methods
    • Protocols for investigating synthetic opioids
    • Safety concerns and precautions for first responders
    • Relevant case law and federal statutes
    • Developing “probable cause” for search and seizure
    • Identification and protocols for labs/pill press operations
    • Utilizing informants and undercover officers

     

    Instructor Biography

    Scott S. Byington received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Business Logistics from Weber State University in Ogden, Utah in 1998.  Scott was hired by Layton City Police Department and graduated from Utah P.O.S.T. Police Academy in 1999.  Scott began his career as a patrol officer until 2001 when he was assigned to the traffic division.  Scott is a trained accident reconstruction investigator and Emergency Vehicle Operation instructor (he is currently the lead instructor for his agency).  Scott was transferred to the Detective Division in 2003 where he earned the Distinguished Service Award and a Unit Citation Award.  After serving the Layton City Detective Division for 7 years, Scott was assigned to the Davis Metro Narcotics Strike Force as their first pharmaceutical drug investigator.

    Course Certification Information
    MTU 7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board Mobile In-Service Training Team #7 Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board
    Meets mandatory guidelines set for the following:Civil Rights, Constitutional and Proper use of Law Enforcement Authority, Procedural Justice and Legal Updates
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  • Grace Under Fire for Law Enforcement
    8:00 AM-5:00 PM
    09-27-17

    5407 N University St, Poplar 100, Peoria, IL 61614

    5407 N University St, Poplar 100, Peoria, IL 61614

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Michael J. Oyer, Director
    Illinois Central College-Peoria Campus-Poplar Hall
    Office P100
    Classroom P101
    5407 N. University Street P100
    Peoria, IL 61635-0001
    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu
    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    Grace Under Fire for Law Enforcement

    De-Escalation and Calming Aggressive and Emotionally Disturbed Individuals

    Instructor: Ellis Amdur M.A., N.C.C., C.M.H.S.
    Edgework: Crisis Intervention Resources

    September 27, 2017
    8am – 4pm

    Class will meet in our classroom (above)
    Enrollment Deadline: September 13, 2017
    Course Size: Minimum – 15 Maximum – 64

    Course Object

    A tremendous amount of information is packed into a very short time. Officers find that some information is more directly relevant to their role as first response or corrections officers. After some time trying to implement the skills they have learned, they sometimes find that they could use more information in one area or another. Furthermore, things come up that were not part of the training whatsoever.

    Course Content

    The following topics will be covered in this one-day course:

    1. The Guiding Principals in Dealing with the Cycle of Aggression
      2. The Reasons Someone Would Become Aggressive
      3. What Escalation to Aggression Looks Like
      4. Communication with the Mentally Ill and People with Volatile Character Traits
      5. Officer’s Physical Organization in the Face of Anger
      6. Tone & Quality of Voice
      7. The Art of Lining up with Angry Individuals – Strategies
      8. Following the Access Route
      9. Tactical Paraphrasing – The Gold Standard
      10. Break the Pattern!
      11. Control of the Enraged Individual

    a. Chaotic Rage
    b. Terrified Rage
    c. Hot Rage – Fury
    d. Hot Rage – Bluffing
    e. Hot Rage – Manipulative
    f. Predatory Rage
    g. Deceptive Rage

    Mobile In-Service Training Team #7 Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

    MTU 7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board
    Meets the following mandatory training criteria: Civil Rights, Constitutional and Proper Use of Law Enforcement Authority, Human Rights, Legal Updates and Procedural Justice

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  • Self Help (Non Judicial) Repossessions
    9:00 AM-11:00 AM
    09-28-17

    5407 N University St, Poplar 100, Peoria, IL 61614

    5407 N University St, Poplar 100, Peoria, IL 61614

    CENTRAL ILLINOIS POLICE TRAINING CENTER

    Michael J. Oyer, Director
    Illinois Central College-North Campus-Poplar Hall
    Office P100
    Classroom P101
    5407 N. University Street P100
    Peoria, IL 61635-0001
    Phone: (309) 690-7350
    Fax: (309) 690-7359
    Jean Swan: jswan@icc.edu
    Heather Grove: hgrove@icc.edu

    Self Help (Non Judicial) Repossessions

    Instructor: Rick Constantine

    September 28, 2017
    9am – 11am

    Class will meet in our classroom (above)
    Enrollment Deadline: September 21, 2017
    Course Size: Minimum -15, Maximum – 64
    Course Objective

    The primary intent and foremost objective for the creation of this Law Enforcement Continuing Education training course is to provide a tool to assist Illinois law enforcement officers in responding to self-help repossession complaints.  Repossession Companies and repossession agents and all repossession activity is regulated by the Illinois Commerce Commission.

    The United States Supreme Court and numerous Appellate Courts have addressed the issue of law enforcement involvement in non-judicial (self-help) repossessions.  This issue is also addressed in the Federal Civil Rights Act.  This training course is meant to train Illinois law enforcement officers in responding to self-help repossession complaints in accordance with the Collateral Recovery Act and to ensure that the law enforcement officer does not provide assistance or even the suggestion of assistance to the licensed repossession agency employee who is in the process of a repossession.

    Course Content

    This training course will include predominate case law on this subject which clearly shows that assistance, or even the suggestion of assistance by law enforcement in a self-help repossession is prohibitive and is referred to as “Color of Law”.

    Self-Help (Non-Judicial) repossession (recovery) is the act of retaking defaulted collateral without legal assistance.  Replevin, Claim and Delivery, Detinue and Revendication are terms used to define the action of judicial process (legal assistance) in the recovery (repossession) of defaulted collateral.

    MTU 7 request for certification of this course has been  approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board Mobile In-Service Training Team #7 Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board
    Meets mandatory guidelines set for the following: Civil Rights, Constitutional and Proper use of Law Enforcement Authority& Legal Updates
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