The CCUPCA Training Resource Board looks forward to alerting you of new training outlets and resources to advance your organization. The following training opportunities include registration and contact information as provided by their presenters.
Foundations of Emergency Management
This two week course will have two locations and dates to choose from: Fuller Theological Seminary (3/25-29) and Fresno Pacific University (4/8-12 & 6/3-7). The series, hosted by FEMA, will cover the fundamentals of Emergency Management including the history, legal issues, collaboration, preparedness, and much more.
IACLEA Sexual Assault: Trauma-Informed Response
This one-and-a-half day course will be hosted at San Diego State University, April 18th & 19th and focus on realities of sexual assault cases. It will include discussion and lecture on how Title IX impacts the law enforcement response, investigative strategies for sexual assault cases, and the impact of trauma on a victim. For more information visit the IACLEA website.
This one-day event will prepare attendees of all ranks for promotional interviews. The seminar has several locations and dates: March 15th in Chino; April 8th in Camarillo; April 15th in Walnut Creek; May 13th in Palm Springs; and June 10th in Carlsbad. The event runs from 8:30am to 5pm. To attend one of the seminars, visit Police Promote website or see the flyers for more information.
Executive Leadership Institute (FBI-LEEDA)
This course is for executive-level law enforcement leaders. Using the highly interactive “Cops Talking to Cops” model of professional development, the week long program (6/17-6/21), hosted by CSU Fullerton, aims to cover a wide range of topics for leaders in law enforcement. For more information on this event click here.
Science of Disaster
This three day course will have two locations and dates to choose from: Fuller Theological Seminary (7/22-24) and Fresno Pacific University (7/29-31). The course will cover the climate forces that factor into natural disasters and how they typically unfold.
Planning Emergency Operations
This two day course will have two locations and dates to choose from: Fuller Theological Seminary (7/25-26) and Fresno Pacific University (8/1-2). This course packs in a ton of content: from how to design table top exercises for administration to special event planning. Content derives from the Comprehensive Preparedness Guide 101, Developing and Maintaining State, Territorial, Tribal and Local Government Emergency Plans, and its six-step planning process and inclusive whole community philosophy.
Homeland Security Exercise Evaluation Program
This two day course will have two locations and dates to choose from: Fuller Theological Seminary (9/9-10) and Fresno Pacific University (9/30-10/1). This is an intermediate-level course that provides a comprehensive overview of exercise design in accordance with the Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) Doctrine. Participant complete all 16 hours of this course to receive full credit.
Public Information and Warning
This two day course will have two locations and dates to choose from: Fuller Theological Seminary (9/11-12) and Fresno Pacific University (10/2-4). Content will center around the role and responsibilities of Public Information Officer (PIO) including preparing alert and warning messages, and writing common alerting protocol messages.
Online Training Services
CCUPCA is pleased to inform you of significant online offerings by its public safety and law enforcement partners at the regional, state and federal levels. We invite you to visit here frequently for low- or no-cost online programming as well as featured webinars and online courses in the areas of Executive Development, Public Policy, and Leadership, among others.
Research Resource Features
CCUPCA also seeks to provide key information resources for our guests and members. We encourage our visitors to utilize these resources, including downloading of any posted materials here. Additionally, we welcome submissions consistent with our organization’s mission and commitment to inform.