Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center

Investigations

Featured Courses
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Click here to be notified about the next scheduled program. Statement Analysis® is the process of examining a person's words to see if the subject is being truthful or deceptive. Even though people may lie and withhold information their words will betray them. Please register at: Statement Analysis

This is an advanced training for officers who have completed Standardized Field Sobriety Testing training to give them additional skills to recognize signs and symptoms of impairment from drugs other than alcohol.
Sexual assault is one of the most complex crimes in our society and the activism and outrage about sexual assault has never been higher. The complexities of these crimes requires us to think broadly and comprehensively including examining the myths and biases and the new "trauma informed" training, including neurobiology of trauma, for all multidisciplinary partners responsible for the response to sexual assault cases. This course contains no sessions
Click here to be notified about the next scheduled program. Documenting Force delivers proven strategies that help officers avoid unnecessary internal and external scrutiny.
Upcoming Courses
Featured Courses
This course contains no sessions
Click here to be notified about the next scheduled program. Statement Analysis® is the process of examining a person's words to see if the subject is being truthful or deceptive. Even though people may lie and withhold information their words will betray them. Please register at: Statement Analysis

This is an advanced training for officers who have completed Standardized Field Sobriety Testing training to give them additional skills to recognize signs and symptoms of impairment from drugs other than alcohol.
Sexual assault is one of the most complex crimes in our society and the activism and outrage about sexual assault has never been higher. The complexities of these crimes requires us to think broadly and comprehensively including examining the myths and biases and the new "trauma informed" training, including neurobiology of trauma, for all multidisciplinary partners responsible for the response to sexual assault cases.
This course contains no sessions
Click here to be notified about the next scheduled program. Documenting Force delivers proven strategies that help officers avoid unnecessary internal and external scrutiny.

Courses & Events

This course is designed to provide Kansas law enforcement officers information on investigating various types of elder abuse. The class is presented by members of the Kansas Attorney General's office.
The training will provide comprehensive, up-to-date information to address basic, as well as new and emerging issues, and moves beyond information-based training towards building skills.
The United States Attorney's Office, District of Kansas, invites you to attend the 2018 Human Trafficking Conference. Co-Sponsoring this year's event is the Kansas Attorney General's Office, the Riley County Attorney's Office, the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center, and the Wichita State University Midwest Criminal Justice Institute.

To register, click on the date below!!

This 8-hour course is designed to teach officers how to write quality reports. This course is designed for the report writers that desire to hone their skills and gain a better understanding of clarity and organization in report writing.
This course will explore topics and emerging trends in the area of domestic violence.
This law enforcement training on human trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation will be primarily presented by Angelyn Bayliss, who is a subject matter expert on human trafficking.
This 3-1/2 hour class be facilitated by Assistant Attorney General Pat Colloton. Examples of Kansas human trafficking cases from Kansas communities, rural areas and schools will be discussed by law enforcement and Kansas ICAC will provide instruction on investigations into social media, open sources and online evidence collection.
This training was developed as discipline-specific domestic and sexual violence training for professionals in the criminal justice system with the purpose of creating a consistent coordinated response to victims of dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking.
The training will provide comprehensive, up-to-date information to address basic, as well as new and emerging issues, and moves beyond information-based training towards building skills.
This two day course is a comprehensive overview of the unique approach utilized in the investigation of injury and deaths involving children.
This course is the first Kansas-developed basic School Resource Officer training.

The Office of the Kansas Attorney General will reimburse each participants' agency the $300 registration fee, upon successful completion of the course.


This class examines the many legal issues involved in car stops.

This class discusses the seizure and forfeiture to law enforcement agencies property such as currency, cars, houses, and businesses that have been used or gained through violations of state and federal law.

During this training we will discuss the opioid crisis in Kansas and the different classes of opioids. We will also focus about how to recognize opioid abuse and overdose signs/symptoms. We will discuss how to conduct an on-scene investigation of opioid related incidents or death from an overdose. In addition, we will review safety procedures when handling opioids. Finally, the keys to a successful investigation and what Federal and State statutes that can be used for charging these types of cases will be discussed
In law enforcement agencies across the country, there is a natural tendency not to address the signs of police misconduct and personal distress until they reach a critical point.
A promotion to a supervisory position is an invitation to enter the world of personnel management. This course will provide attendees with the knowledge necessary to recognize the most common and costly personnel liability issues confronting supervisors in public safety.