Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center

Procedural Justice

Courses & Events

De-escalation skills and techniques are the cornerstone to crisis resolution and typically begin long before they are ever needed. Attendees in this course will be able to explain social, behavioral, legal, ethical and tactical considerations that are intended to de-escalate a situation or prevent escalation into an undesirable confrontation. Additionally, they will be able to describe methods to solicit and obtain cooperation from a potentially uncooperative but non-threatening subject.

Wednesday, September 8, 2021, Zoom Facilitated Sessions (Online, WEB)
Thursday, November 18, 2021, Zoom Facilitated Sessions (Online, WEB)
Emotional intelligence and mindset training can help law enforcement mitigate the impact of stress and improve interpersonal communication within their personal and professional networks. It can strengthen your willpower, allow you to focus on your task at hand, and make better decisions under pressure. This course is designed for and been delivered to every level of law enforcement officer from patrol to command staff.

Monday, August 23, 2021, Zoom Facilitated Sessions (Online, WEB)
Friday, February 11, 2022, Zoom Facilitated Sessions (Online, WEB)
Interdiction for the Protection of Children is designed to make patrol officers aware of the variety of resources available to assist them in establishing the status of a child who may be missing, exploited, or at risk of exploitation and what courses of action are immediately available.

August 17-18, 2021, Dodge City KLETC Regional Site (Dodge City, KS)
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.

Monday, September 13, 2021, KLETC Campus Integrity Auditorium (Hutchinson, KS)
Bias-based policing occurs when an officer makes decisions or takes action based upon his or her own personal or societal biases or stereotypes, rather than relying on facts and observed behaviors. This program discusses in-depth understanding of bias and how to combat it and racial profiling.

Thursday, September 9, 2021, Zoom Facilitated Sessions (Online, WEB)