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 21-23, 2021, KLETC Campus Integrity Auditorium (Hutchinson, KS)
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.October 18-29, 2021, KLETC Campus Integrity Auditorium (Hutchinson, KS)
The State of Kansas created criminal statues in 2017 to combat the creation and dissemination of both self-produced and/or internet trading of both nude materials and sexually explicit materials of children with an emphasis regarding juveniles trading this type of material. Securing volatile digital evidence is key to successful investigations and prosecutions.June 24-25, 2021, KLETC Campus Integrity Auditorium (Hutchinson, KS)
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.July 12-16, 2021, KLETC Campus Integrity Auditorium (Hutchinson, KS)
The RAIDER Training program exposes first-on-scene responders to the tactical skills necessary to operate successfully in the unique tensions of an active shooter setting - a hostile environment, populated by large numbers of civilians, with an Active Killer attempting to achieve the highest body count possible in the shortest amount of time. This is not a normal event, nor is the response.This course contains no sessions
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