During this training course, attendees will learn about adolescent development; risk and needs assessments; mental health; diversity; youth crisis intervention; substance abuse; trauma-informed responses; and other evidence-based practices in school policing to mitigate student juvenile justice exposure. The requirements set forth in the SB 367 for school police and administrators are part of a larger juvenile justice reform effort by the Kansas Legislature. Officers whose primary assignment is at a school are required to complete the training no later than June 30, 2018.
Please note that online courses will be unavailable for registration from 12:00am midnight (CDT) until 12pm noon (CDT) Sunday, May 20, 2018. Blackboard is also unavailable during this time so you will be unable to access your Blackboard courses. This is necessary for routine Blackboard maintenance. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Course detail: SB367 - Mitigating Juvenile Exposure to the Criminal Justice System: Training for Senate Bill 367
The Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center (KLETC), in partnership with the Kansas Attorney General and the Kansas State Board of Education, is pleased to announce a course of training titled MITIGATING JUVENILE EXPOSURE TO THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM: Training for Senate Bill 367. This course fulfills the training requirements established in this bill by the 2016 Kansas Legislature for law enforcement officers primarily assigned to a school and school superintendents or their designees.