Courses & Events

Creating and maintaining a safer school environment is the primary goal of every SRO. This is a Kansas-developed advanced class for School Resource Officers who have previously participated in a basic School Resource Officer training. This three-day training assists SRO's in equipping themselves with additional information and skills they may need to build their school's program for continued positive growth. The training will also help SRO's learn to recognize, address and prevent crime commonly found within schools. The topics covered in this 24-hour training include building relationships, CPTED/Crisis Drills/Practicals, Kansas School Law, Responding to At-Risk students, Human Trafficking, Interdiction exercises, and networking opportunities.


June 12-14, 2024, Learning Center Classroom Bldg
This dynamic course of instruction is designed to prepare the first responder to isolate, distract, and neutralize an active shooter. This course will cover shooting and moving, threshold evaluation, concepts and principles of team movement, setting up for and room entry techniques, approach and breaching the crisis site, secondary responder tactics, improvised explosive devices, and post-engagement priorities of work. The course will culminate with dynamic force-on-force scenarios.


July 16-17, 2024, Integrity Auditorium
July 18-19, 2024, Integrity Auditorium
This dynamic course of instruction is designed to prepare the first responder to isolate, distract, and neutralize an active shooter. This course will cover shooting and moving, threshold evaluation, concepts and principles of team movement, setting up for and room entry techniques, approach and breaching the crisis site, secondary responder tactics, improvised explosive devices, and post-engagement priorities of work. The course will culminate with dynamic force-on-force scenarios.


July 8-12, 2024, Integrity Auditorium
This course will familiarize the officer with selection, carry and use of a knife when a firearm cannot be worn or is positioned in such a way it cannot be quickly deployed. The legal, policy and use of force considerations of knife use by law enforcement will be examined to provide a framework for officers to decide the relevance of this ancient tool to the unique needs of the modern law enforcement officer.


Friday, July 19, 2024, Topeka Center for Advanced Learning and Careers
This course covers all M16/AR15 type carbine weapons systems made and their variants. Armorers will be certified in the proper maintenance, care, and repair of these weapons systems, including semi-auto and select-fire trigger systems. This program follows the Manufacturer's guidelines and is taught by FBI and NRA Certified Instructors.



March 20-21, 2024, Parsons KLETC Regional Site
November 19-20, 2024, Integrity Auditorium
Law Enforcement Snipers & Marksman need to be able to maintain and inspect their rifles to keep them in working order. The course covers the Bolt Action Sniper Rifle systems of the Remington 700 series, Savage 10/110 series, and Winchester/FN 70 series type rifles.
Please register at:Bolt Action Sniper Rifle Armorer Course

For Meals and Lodging at KLETC, please contact Jenny Caywood at 620.694.1449 or jcaywood@kletc.org for reservations.



Monday, November 18, 2024, Integrity Auditorium
This workshop will include the elements to consider in building a holistic program that support mental, emotional, physical, spiritual, and relational well-being.


Friday, April 26, 2024, Wichita Sedgwick County Law Enforcement Training Center
This course will give first responders the information and tools to develop the capacity to recover from difficulties associated with responding to both common and extreme situations in their public service.


Monday, April 22, 2024, Wichita Sedgwick County Law Enforcement Training Center
This course will teach participants how to investigate a child sexual abuse case from start to finish. Case studies will be utilized to enhance learning. Participants will gain knowledge and confidence to assist them in working these cases in the future and keeping children safe from abusers.


Thursday, May 30, 2024, Zoom Facilitated Sessions
This class will give an overview of civil process in the State of Kansas, which will include basic civil versus criminal law; types of court orders and documents served, with specifics on Protection Orders, Writs of Execution, Evictions, Probate Orders and Tax Warrants and the service of process. Handouts will be provided with time allowed for questions on any of the material covered.


Monday, March 25, 2024, Hays KLETC Regional Site
This course takes a comprehensive approach to examining threat groups in rural communities.


This course contains no sessions
This is a one day course designed to provide an introduction to digital photography, camera operations and basic scene photography. This course will help students understand camera functions in order to create crisp, clear digital images. For crime scene photography we will focus on depth of field, overall, mid-range and close-up photography. We will also look at techniques for low-light and laser photography.


Wednesday, April 17, 2024, Parsons KLETC Regional Site
The training is designed for law enforcement officers and dispatchers who, in their duties, are frequently called upon to deal with individuals who are suffering from brain disorders and mental health issues.


March 25-29, 2024, Salina Police Department Training Room
The D.A.R.E. Officer Training (DOT) is an intensive two week course. It is designed using current educational philosophies and principles that enhance the transfer of decision-making and critical thinking skills. The DOT attendee will receive a working knowledge of the elementary, middle school and high school D.A.R.E. curricula.


August 19-30, 2024, Integrity Auditorium
This 4-hour training will cover how information is compiled, analyzed, and/or disseminated to anticipate, prevent, or monitor criminal activity. The different forms of intelligence will be covered, how to obtain the information, and finally what to do with it.


Wednesday, October 9, 2024, Learning Center Classroom Bldg
A class designed to define domestic violence, protection order, tools and strategies for assessing danger or risk of lethality. Responding to and investigating domestic violence, stalking orders, and lethality will be discussed along with the limitations of protection orders.


Tuesday, April 16, 2024, Zoom Facilitated Sessions
This three hour class is designed to enhance the skills of the law enforcement officer in writing accurate and complete police reports. Emphasis is placed on the proper techniques for writing effective police reports and avoiding common pitfalls that can undermine the officer's ability to refer to the report during courttestimony.


Friday, April 12, 2024, Zoom Facilitated Sessions
Wednesday, October 23, 2024, Zoom Facilitated Sessions
Wednesday, January 15, 2025, Zoom Facilitated Sessions
This six-hour block of instruction will provide Kansas Law Enforcement an opportunity to obtain legal and legislative updates that affect police operations and investigations. By using an interactive, web-based application, participants will engage in classroom discussion on a wide range of topics Legislative Updates effective July 1, 2023.


This course contains no sessions
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Essential Spanish for Law Enforcement and Corrections is a 2 1/2 day class designed to assist the officer who has little to no knowledge of the Spanish language. Students will learn the basics of the Spanish language and will be required to learn phrases and words that are helpful when dealing with Spanish speakers.


March 19-21, 2024, Hays KLETC Regional Site
Proper operation of an emergency vehicle is critical for police officers and public safety. In the Emergency Vehicle Operation course, participants become familiar with terminology, driving skills and liability issues that relate to the operation of a police vehicle, and will equip participants with necessary skills, techniques, and operational principles.


May 21-22, 2024, Dodge City Raceway Park
September 17-18, 2024, Dodge City Raceway Park
The FBI will provide a federal overview of criminal civil rights statutes related to Color of Law, Hate Crimes - Bias & Uniform Crime Reporting, and FACE Act violations. Video examples of the use of force and color of law incidents will demonstrate state and/or federal criminal and department violations.


Tuesday, April 9, 2024, Parsons KLETC Regional Site
This training is a foundational training course designed to get agencies on the same page with their tactical considerations in dealing with these situations. The course develops a teamwork approach to dealing with any high risk type stops including felony stops, car chase conclusions, and suicidal subjects.


Tuesday, April 16, 2024, Hays KLETC Regional Site
This course is designed to prepare you to properly lead and manage an FTO unit. Each Field Training Manager will be presented with ideas and techniques to assist them in becoming more professional and confident in the application of their skills.


June 17-18, 2024, Learning Center Classroom Bldg
This seminar will train officers who conduct training for law enforcement officers, as well as supervisors who oversee the officers and the recruits they are training.


March 11-13, 2024, Johnson County Regional Police Academy
May 15-17, 2024, Learning Center Classroom Bldg
This course will help public safety personnel and their family examine their personal financial situation, explore practices that allow them to reach their goals and create a solid foundation for resilience during economic hardship. Establishing healthy financial habits can help reduce stress, aid family success and shield one from ethical problems. Through lecture, hands-on exercises and self-assessment, participants will develop their awareness and knowledge in this critical aspect of financial wellness.


Wednesday, April 24, 2024, Wichita Sedgwick County Law Enforcement Training Center
The Firearms Instructor School - Handgun is intended to increase the teaching skills of the firearms instructor. All course material will be presented at the instructor level. Only officers who are full-time certified officers and who are or will be assigned firearms training duties should attend.


April 8-12, 2024, Firearms Range and Classroom Bldg
July 8-12, 2024, Firearms Range and Classroom Bldg
When combined with the techniques taught in the Level 1 course, GST Level 2 provides any law enforcement agency with a complete defensive tactics solution. With 17 additional techniques, GST Level 2 covers everything from multiple officer arrest procedures and dynamic weapon retention to vehicle extractions and compliant handcuffing techniques (low risk and high risk).


September 23-27, 2024, Integrity Auditorium
This course will help First Responders develop good nutrition, physical health and general wellness through their development of their own fitness plan.


Thursday, April 25, 2024, Wichita Sedgwick County Law Enforcement Training Center
From Victim Identification to Prosecution is a practitioner-led interactive training course for all Kansas-certified law enforcement officers and non-commissioned analysts. The course is designed to increase recognition and investigative skills in combatting human sex trafficking.


Tuesday, March 5, 2024, Zoom Facilitated Sessions
Thursday, June 6, 2024, Zoom Facilitated Sessions
This Instructor Development course is designed to provide participants with the fundamentals of course design, lesson plans, facilitation skills and techniques to effectively promote student engagement while managing the classroom.


April 1-4, 2024, Gardner Justice Center
June 11-14, 2024, Integrity Auditorium
This 12-hour course is designed for patrol officers or detectives that would like to learn some more advanced methods of processing crime scenes. The class will focus on recovering fingerprints, pry marks, shoe tracks, and locating and collecting DNA. The methods that will be taught in the class are with products that would be affordable to any agency; therefore, limiting the need for expensive equipment.


March 27-28, 2024, Tomahawk Ridge Community Center
This training will enhance participants' fundamental understanding and awareness of The Internet of Things, Intelligence Gathering, Cryptocurrency, and The Dark Web, empowering them with the knowledge and skills needed to navigate these complex and often misunderstood aspects of the digital world.


Friday, May 24, 2024, Learning Center Classroom Bldg
Trace evidence analysis is a discipline of forensic science that deals with the minute transfers of materials that cannot commonly be seen with the unaided eye. The types of trace evidence range from fibers or paint chips to primer gunshot residue. This evidence may provide a link between a victim and a suspect, a victim and a scene, or a suspect and a scene. The significance of trace evidence is often overlooked, however, in the absence of other evidence, trace evidence may be the only source that can provide crucial investigative information.


Wednesday, February 28, 2024, Learning Center Classroom Bldg
Thursday, May 16, 2024, Dodge City KLETC Regional Site
Creating and maintaining a safer school environment is the primary goal of every SRO. This five-day training assists SROs in equipping themselves with the information and skills needed to identify, address and prevent crime and violence in Kansas schools. The 40-hour curriculum will cover SROs major responsibilities as well as Kansas School Laws, Student Development and the Brain, De-escalation Techniques for Youth, Interviewing Youth, Drug Trends, and Single Officer Response.


June 3-7, 2024, Integrity Auditorium
Developed by the Kansas Attorney General's Office, this course covers critical topics, including consumer protection, identity theft prevention and investigation, and understanding blockchain technology and cryptocurrency. Participants will gain an understanding of relevant statutes, investigative techniques, and enforcement strategies.


Tuesday, February 27, 2024, Hays KLETC Regional Site
This four-hour block of instruction will provide Kansas Law Enforcement an opportunity to obtain legal and legislative updates for juveniles that affect police operations and investigations. By using an interactive, web-based application, participants will engage in classroom discussion on a wide range of topics Legislative Updates for Juveniles effective July 1, 2022.


Monday, April 1, 2024, Zoom Facilitated Sessions
In today's world, Law Enforcement Officers must be efficient physically, mentally and verbally. This class is designed to give today's Police Officers the tools needed to effectively communicate with citizens in a way that everyone is safe, and situations are handled with the highest amount of respect and professionalism.


May 30-31, 2024, Learning Center Classroom Bldg
This hands-on course will teach Armorers to maintain, diagnose problems, inspect for wear, and repair their agency's shotguns. This program follows the Manufacturer's guidelines and is taught by FBI and NRA Certified Instructors.



November 21-22, 2024, Integrity Auditorium
This class examines the many legal issues involved in car stops. Topics include temporary detentions, reasonable suspicion, probable cause, consent, safety stops, tipsters, use of K-9s, interdiction techniques, searches and interviews.


Thursday, April 4, 2024, Learning Center Classroom Bldg
This 35-hour course is for law enforcement and prosecutors who want to improve and increase their expertise and knowledge in the investigation and prosecution of domestic violence cases. The week-long, interactive, scenario-based class will focus on trauma-informed responses, barriers for prosecution and law enforcement, report writing and search warrants, charging cases, trial strategies, utilizing expert witnesses, forensic nursing and advocacy; attendee self-care, and many other topics. Attendees will work "real" cases from the initial 911 call through the prosecution phase. At the end of the course, attendees will have a greater understanding of the elements needed for a prosecutable and winnable case.


May 6-10, 2024, Integrity Auditorium
To provide participants with a basic understanding for the legal and ethical requirements in order to properly operate a professional evidence / property management system.

Please register at: Managing the Property and Evidence Room



This course contains no sessions
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This course will introduce officers to methods which allow the officer to consistently monitor their state of mind, interpret their emotions and control their responses to the effects of stress and conflict. Through lecture, demonstration and hands on exercises the students will explore practices that have positive benefits in terms of resilience and overall wellness to both their on-duty performance and personal lives.


Tuesday, April 23, 2024, Wichita Sedgwick County Law Enforcement Training Center
Prepare newly promoted detectives and investigators for success with a focused four-day, foundational Criminal Investigations Training program. Tailored to meet the specific needs of those transitioning into these roles, this course equips participants with critical skills and knowledge.


This course contains no sessions
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This course will provide all law enforcement officers in the State of Kansas the knowledge needed to effectively respond to a pipeline emergency by providing resources to identify what pipelines and products exist in each county/jurisdiction, to identify the local operator representing these pipelines, and how to work a coordinated effort in response to a pipeline incident.


Friday, May 10, 2024, Zoom Facilitated Sessions
Friday, October 25, 2024, Zoom Facilitated Sessions
When responding to crime scenes, it is important to recognize probative evidence conducive to latent print examination. Learning to apply the proper development and collection techniques will assist in the recovery of comparable latent prints. In this course, students will get hands-on experience applying various powders on basic and complex surfaces. In addition, they will test and experiment with a number of lifting techniques including tape, gel, hinge, and casting material. Students will also learn and perform a method for taking known prints that do not utilize ink, yet still provide a full and clear recording of the friction ridge skin. In addition, this course will explain proper packaging and submission techniques for latent print evidence and photographs of latent prints.


Tuesday, March 12, 2024, Learning Center Classroom Bldg
Property Crimes Investigations is an 8-hour training designed to promote the development of participants in investigative techniques, problem-solving skills and case management skills that will promote thoroughness and professionalism leading to an arrest and aiding in a successful prosecution. This training is geared toward new detectives or those aspiring to become detectives.


Thursday, May 2, 2024, Learning Center Classroom Bldg
Just as red dot sights started out slow for rifles and ultimately became the standard, the same is projected to occur with duty pistols. As technology continues to get better, the red dot sights will become more prolific. Instructors need to know the technical aspects of these sighting systems and the best way to conduct transitional training for them.


June 20-21, 2024, Firearms Range and Classroom Bldg
Over the past several years, active community violence situations have brought attention to how first responders respond. One particular concern is how medical care is provided to victims during the early stages of the response. Usually, law enforcement is the first on the scene, and depending on scene safety considerations, they may be the only responders to provide initial aid to themselves, their partners, other first responders, and civilians. As violence against law enforcement and other first responders continues to increase, research shows that having medical providers near downed officers within seconds of being injured increases the chance of the injured officer surviving the incident.


March 26-27, 2024, Integrity Auditorium
June 10-11, 2024, Dodge City KLETC Regional Site
The Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center and the Kansas Stepping Up Technical Assistance Center have joined together for a day-and-a-half event to provide allied professionals directly involved with responding and delivering crisis services an opportunity to share knowledge, ideas, and support. Participants will hear about the statewide tools and resources essential to responding, connecting, and caring for community members in crisis.


April 4-5, 2024, Integrity Auditorium
This course will teach participants the legal requirements that must be satisfied before a search warrant will be issued and how they can satisfy these requirements with their application and supporting affidavit. In addition to search warrants for homes, businesses, and multi-unit residences, attention will also be given to obtaining records from cellular service providers and social media companies.


Wednesday, March 13, 2024, Zoom Facilitated Sessions
Program content focuses on the mechanical functioning, maintenance, troubleshooting, and field repair of the SIG SAUER MPX platform.

Please register at: SIG SAUER ACADEMY

For Meals and Lodging at KLETC, please contact Jenny Caywood at 620.694.1449 or jcaywood@kletc.org for reservations.



Wednesday, March 20, 2024, Learning Center Classroom Bldg
Program content focuses on the mechanical functioning, disassembly/reassembly, maintenance, troubleshooting, and field repair of the SIG SAUER P320 pistol.

Please register at: SIG SAUER ACADEMY

For Meals and Lodging at KLETC, please contact Jenny Caywood at 620.694.1449 or jcaywood@kletc.org for reservations.



Tuesday, March 19, 2024, Learning Center Classroom Bldg
This course will allow the attendees to explore their spiritual wellness and how spiritual practices can serve as a framework for strong relationships within the home drawing from multiple faiths with a primary draw from Christianity. As first responders draw their inspiration and motivation for selfless acts at work, so to, can these spiritual outlooks transfer to quality of life at home.


Thursday, March 7, 2024, Zoom Facilitated Sessions
This 4 hour course focuses on strangulation and how strangulation can be the precursor of a possible homicide. The attendees will become familiar with signs, symptoms, and terminologies of strangulation and how to use lethality assessments to help victims understand the lethal situation they might be facing with a strangler. The dangers of minimization during a strangulation investigation with an emphasis on the crime scene and interview. A trauma informed approach to interviewing victims will also be introduced with an understanding of trauma and the brain.


This course contains no sessions
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The course provides an in-depth study of the active killer tragedies in society, both past and most recent. Through the course, participants will not only gain a stronger understanding of the threat, but more importantly, how to better understand how an individual can make the ultimate decision to commit such acts of violence. The latter half of the course will provide the participant a first-hand account of the actions of both the active killer, and the responses from Captain Howell and the responding on-duty officers. Video, 911 calls for police, and a discussion of lessons learned close out the seminar.


Tuesday, March 26, 2024, Dodge City KLETC Regional Site
Friday, October 4, 2024, Hays KLETC Regional Site
This two-part training will cover Trauma Informed Response - Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Victims and Strangulation: A Hidden Danger.


Tuesday, July 23, 2024, Cowley County Community College - Wright Room
This course focuses on Trauma-Informed Responses to Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Victims. Domestic violence and sexual assault are two of the most complex crimes we are called upon to respond to and investigate. The complexities of these crimes and the impacts of trauma on a victim require us to be better informed and to think broadly and comprehensively during our response and/or investigation.


Tuesday, April 30, 2024, Parsons KLETC Regional Site
This course is intended to introduce public safety officers and other agency personnel to the information and skills necessary to testify effectively at depositions, court hearings, and trials. Testifying successfully as a witness requires that personnel know how to communicate information to the court and to juries in response to open-ended and closed-ended questions in a way that is precise, objective, and credible.


Thursday, April 11, 2024, Learning Center Classroom Bldg
The UOFITP is designed to give the student the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully design, develop and implement Use of Force training using static, dynamic, and interactive training principles. The UOFITP is for law enforcement professionals who train officers or agents in the principles of Use of Force, develop or revise Use of Force policy, and are responsible for review and evaluation of agency Use of Force incidents. It is not designed as an end user course which teaches an individual how to use force correctly. The UOFITP utilizes adult learning principles as well as problem based training, role-play, lecture and demonstrations to give the student the skills they need to be successful developing and teaching their own training programs related to Use of Force.


April 15-25, 2024, Integrity Auditorium
This session is for officers who are already credentialed as an instructor in SFSTs


Thursday, May 30, 2024, Dodge City KLETC Regional Site

Certificate Programs

Attention Kansas law enforcement executives, command and supervisory personnel, and field training officers!


Are you seeking an innovative and specialized professional development plan for your recent basic training graduates?


KLETC has developed a new Post Academy Training School (P.A.T.) to turn your new officer into a master practitioner. We have created a program to enhance and reinforce the core policing principles through competency-based training. This course will consist of five required (GOLD) classes and a minimum of three elective classes that will average nearly 120 training hours over three years, satisfying the 40-hour continuing education statutory mandate, K.S.A 74-5607a(b).The P.A.T. School will provide a simulated environment for the officer to work through standard police calls reflective of those Kansas law enforcement officers encounter daily.

Each GOLD class will be progressive, allowing additional time and attention to emphasize fundamental skills while holding officers accountable for their knowledge, behavior, and attitude. Creating real-world experiences that provide limited information and deliver stress will engage PAT School participants to scaffold their experiences and strengthen their critical thinking and decision-making skills. These clinical experiences will involve supervised assessments, reasoning, and responses that elevate emotional intensity, confusion, and disorganized thinking that are present during real police calls. Lastly, a three-day, cumulative "Q" (Qualification) School will provide a final opportunity to substantiate officers' competency by demonstrating their fluency in policing practice and set them on a path to accelerate professional growth.



GOLD Class #1: Maintaining the Profession

This class is based on instilling the qualities of professionalism as both a student and a law enforcement officer. Such items as maintaining professional licensure, avoiding professional sanctions, and achieving career satisfaction will be explored. Topics discussed include established codes of conduct, professional ethics, and societal expectations. The student will examine their attitudes toward public service, their duty to act, and the role of law enforcement within their community.
  • KS-CPOST Investigations
  • Training Requirements
  • Professional Code of Ethics
  • Personal Ethics
  • Departmental Expectations
  • Personal Motivations
  • Officer Wellness and Fit for Duty
  • Mental and Physical Injuries
  • Career Satisfaction and Legacy


Gold Class #2: Patrol Responder

This class focuses on when the officer notices criminal activity, receives a call, or becomes aware of a need for a law enforcement response when transitioning to an investigator's role. They will develop good decision-making skills regarding tactics, scene management, and resource allocation. Issues surrounding the intervention of criminal acts, controlling scenes for safety and security, and transitioning from scene management to investigation will be discussed.
  • Patrol Observation Skills
  • Equipment Selection and Maintenance
  • Tactical Skill Development and Maintenance
  • Stress Decision Making and Performance
  • Response Tactics and Route Selection
  • Contain, Control, and Communicate (locking down the scene)
  • Decisive Intervention (Tactical, Medical)
  • Lawful Contacts, Detainments, and Arrests
  • Communication Skills (Personal, Team, Department)
  • Chain of Command Notification and Responsibilities
  • The transition from Tactical to Investigation


Gold Class #3: Patrol Investigation

This class will examine the role of patrol in conducting criminal investigations. The student will develop skills in observing and identifying criminal behavior and determining how to initiate an investigation. Issues involving suspect and investigator interactions and documentation of evidence will be explored. Suspect and victim interviews will be vital in building the patrol investigator's skills. Students will examine when to transition an investigation to specialty-trained investigators or call on additional resources.
  • Identification of Criminal Activity
  • Street Interviews
  • Developing Intelligence
  • Patrol Surveillance
  • Scene and Interview Documentation
  • Protecting and Gathering Evidence
  • Legal Questioning


Gold Class #4: Roadside Investigation

These circumstances may include traffic stops or day-to-day interactions with the community on our roadways and parking lots. Increased knowledge of vehicle laws, drug activity signs, or other criminal activity indications will be stressed. The student will examine safety issues related to the "roadside" environment and how best to utilize safety tactics and equipment.
  • Lawful Contact and Detainments
  • Recognition of Criminal Activity
  • Safe Roadside Tactics
  • Use of Safety Equipment
  • Drug Interdiction/Impaired Driver
  • Traffic Law and Enforcement
  • Proactive Policing


Gold Class #5: Community Service

This class examines the role of the law enforcement department and officers in the community. Students will discuss how their culture and that of the community interact and set foundations for expectations. Issues surrounding trust and transparency will be explored, as well as how individual officers' actions can affect attitudes on all sides. Students will be encouraged to reflect on personal and professional ethics to promote community and career satisfaction.
  • Department Culture
  • Community Culture (sub-cultures)
  • To Serve and Protect (professional and personal ethics)
  • Resilience (Burnout)
  • Community Outreach
  • Community Problem Solving (beyond crime fighting)
  • Nontraditional Police Services
  • Community Resources



GOLD classes will be added to the list as they are developed.