Training

Training Opportunities

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.

Supervisor Leadership Institute

FBI-LEEDA, in conjunction with Palomar College Police Department, will hold a four-and-a-half day seminar Jan. 7th – 11th, 2019 at Palomar College. The training will be targeted specifically to first-line supervisors and middle managers and use rigorous facilitated dialogue and group work. For more info and how to register, click here.

POST Training for First Responders

Government Training Agency (GTA) is hosting a two-day POST Certified training specifically for first responders in Saratoga, CA. The first day, Jan. 14 will focus on response to Sexual Assault calls with the second day, Jan. 15, looking closely at response to Domestic Violence calls.  Participants are invited to register for one or both days. For alternate dates and locations see here for Sexual Assault Response and here for Domestic Violence Response.

Threat Assessment and Management

Specialized Training Services will host a three-day training (Tues. 2/12 – Thurs. 2/14) focused on threat assessment and management. Tuesday, Stephen White, PhD, presents on WAVR-21, a scientifically based threat-assessment instrument: what it is, how it works, and how you can use it to help identify violent risks on your campus. Wed. and Thurs. Reid Meloy, PhD, ABPP, will cover a variety of related topics including new research on threats; TRAP-18; and risk-managament strategies. For more info or to register visit this link.

 

Online Training Services

Online TrainingCCUPCA 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.

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Research Resource Features

CCUPCA Seminar-3CCUPCA 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.

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