Training Schedule

PoliceOne Academy

The PoliceOne Academy offers the following TCOLE courses:

  • Bloodborne Pathogens – 57007 (2 hours)​​
  • Hazardous Materials Investigations – 3806 (2 hours)​​
  • Human Trafficking – 3271 (4 hours)​
  • Racial Profiling Update – 3258 (1 hour)​
  • State & Federal Law Update – 3183 (3 hours)

Click here for information on these TCOLE approved classes

CLEAT Members are entitled to a FREE subscription to PoliceOne Academy.
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PoliceOne Weekly Training Video

Reality Training: Reacting to unpredictable suspects 


TGIA/TVGTF Central Region Gang Update (Killeen, TX)

Thursday, February 5, 2015 (9am – 3pm)

TUITION:  FREE

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
TCOLE #3283 (Gangs) : The Texas Violent Gang Task Force and Texas Gang Investigators Association will hold their Central Region meeting and training update.  Topics will include an overview of the most criminally active gangs in East Texas and a block on Correctional Intelligence and Offender Radicalization.  The TVGTF/TGIA Business Meeting & Intel Sharing will be held at 3pm after conclusion of training.

TCOLE CREDIT: Officers will receive 4-hours credit from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (Now TCOLE)

FLYER ATTACHED

LOCATION:
Fort Hood Area Association of Realtors

306 W. Mary Jane
Killeen, TX 76541
Map and Directions

REGISTRATION:

Contact Rhonda Chevalier (254) 933-5489
E-mail:  rhonda.chevalier@co.bell.tx.us


TGIA/TVGTF Panhandle Region Gang Update (Post, TX)

Friday, February 6, 2015 (8am – 1pm)

TUITION:  FREE

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
TCOLE #3283 (Gangs) : The Texas Violent Gang Task Force and Texas Gang Investigators Association will hold their Central Region meeting and training update.  Topics will include a blocks on TDCJ Basic Tattoo Identification and on PAISA Basic History and Tattoos.  Intel Sharing and a tour of the unit will be held at 1pm after the conclusion of training.

TCOLE CREDIT: Officers will receive 4-hours credit from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (Now TCOLE)

FLYER ATTACHED

LOCATION:
The Heritage House
109 N Ave N
Post, Tx (downtown next to the Museum)

Map and Directions

REGISTRATION:

Contact Lt. Reuben Gonzales (TDCJ) (806) 296-4500, Ext: 4541

E-mail:  reuben.gonzales@tdcj.texas.gov

LOCATION:

Temple College Pavilion’s Leopard Room
126 East Marvin R. Felder Dr.
Temple, TX  76504
Map & Directions

REGISTRATION
Space is limited to 40 participants. Preference given to CLEAT members.
Requests to attend this class may be sent via e-mail to
Chris Jones at chris.jones@cleat.org
Please include Name, Department, PID, DOB & Contact Phone Number


THE WINNING MIND FOR WOMEN (Georgetown)
Tuesday, February 10, 2015 (8am – 4pm)

TUITION:
$49 CLEAT Members
$89 Non CLEAT Members

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
TCOLE # 57021: Veteran law enforcement trainer, Sgt. Betsy Smith (Ret), provides a realistic view of gender differences and how these can be harnessed in both men and women to improve performance, morale, communication, relationships, and especially officer safety.
More Information

TCOLE CREDIT: Officers will receive 8-hours credit from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (Now TCOLE)

FLYER ATTACHED

LOCATION:
Georgetown Public Safety Operations and Training Center
3500 DB Wood Rd.
Georgetown, TX 78628
Map and Directions

REGISTRATION:
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER


Excited Delirium and Arrest Related Deaths (Temple, TX)

Friday, February 20, 2015 (8am – 4pm)

TUITION: FREE (Preference given to CLEAT members)
CLEAT is proud to sponsor this FREE class, but space is limited to 40 participants.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
TCOLE  #56003.  Over the past decade, increased attention has been paid to the sudden and seemingly inexplicable deaths of some highly agitated subjects being held in police custody. In most of these cases, the force required to restrain or incapacitate the suspect was not sufficient to cause death. More of these deaths are being attributed to Excited Delirium. This hands on class introduces law enforcement and medical personal to the Excited Delirium condition, how to recognize it, and how to handle suspects experiencing it. The class includes both classroom and “hands-on” techniques for dealing with ED suspects.
More Information

TCOLE CREDIT: Officers will receive 8-hours credit from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (Now TCOLE)

FLYER ATTACHED

LOCATION:
Temple College Pavilion’s Leopard Room
126 East Marvin R. Felder Dr.
Temple, TX  76504
Map & Directions

REGISTRATION
Space is limited to 40 participants. Preference given to CLEAT members.
Requests to attend this class may be sent via e-mail to
Chris Jones at chris.jones@cleat.org
Please include Name, Department, PID, DOB & Contact Phone Number


Calibre Press: The Ultimate FTO (Garland)

Mon/Tue, February 23-24, 2015 (8am – 4:30pm)

TUITION:
CLEAT Members – $199 (Use promo code AAA50 when registering)
Non CLEAT Members – $249

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

The Ultimate FTO is a two day, evidence based officer safety program focused on human performance improvement. The Ultimate FTO program is not a basic FTO program, but rather a skills enhancement course that will make the “good” FTO a “great” FTO. The course is learner centered, with interactive learning activities, case reviews, and video analysis.

More Information
TCOLE CREDIT: Officers will receive 16-hours credit from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (Now TCOLE)

FLYER ATTACHED

LOCATION:
Garland Police Department
1891 Forest Lane
Garland, TX  75042
Map and Directions

HOTEL INFO:
Hyatt Place
5101 N. President George Bush Highway
Garland, TX 75040
972.414.3500
Rate: $89
Rate Expires: February 2, 2015
Code: Ultimate FTO

REGISTRATION:
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER


Canine Encounters Law Enforcement Training (Georgetown)
Wednesday, February 25, 2015 (8am – 5pm)

TUITION:
FREE for CLEAT Members
$85 for Non-Members
(Limited Availability)

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
TCOLE # 62040:Law enforcement encounters with aggressive dogs and other animals are generating more and more media attention and  use of force against animals is being questioned. Proper training will both prepare officers for these encounters and reduce criticism when force has to be used. The class will teach officers how to recognize canine aggression and interpret body language. Officers will learn defensive tactics and how to use less-lethal techniques in controlling canine encounters.  Specific topics that will be addressed in this class include::

  • 10 Levels Of Aggressions In Dogs
  • 7 Types Of Body Language
  • Why Dogs Bite (Contributing Factors)
  • Encountering Dogs on the Job (Assessing the Scene and the Risk, Appropriate Responses)
  • Report Writing (Identification of Dogs, Benefits for Report Writing)
  • Use of Force Continuum (Five Levels, Policies on Lethal Force)
  • Tools of the Trade (Criteria and Techniques, Distractions, Restraints, Less Lethal Weapons)
  • Self Defense Against Dogs (Defensive Stance, Tactics, Training, Target Areas, Vital Points)

TCOLE CREDIT: Officers will receive 8-hours credit from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (Now TCOLE)

LOCATION:
Georgetown Public Safety Training Center
3500 DB Wood Rd
Georgetown, Texas 78628
Map & Directions

REGISTATION:

Click Here to Register 


Body Language and Deception in High Risk Environments (Austin)

February 25-27, 2015 (Wed/Thur/Fri)

TUITION: $150

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This workshop is designed to give the student an overall understanding of body language from a law enforcement stand point.  The topics include general body language, anticipating violent encounters and deception detection. This class will also focus on documenting observations in reports. The class combines lecture, video presentations, and field exercises into ta well rounded understanding on the subject.

Topics covered in the three day class:

  • Recognize body positioning and its meaning(s) in a variety of situations.
  • How to recognize these meanings and use them to deal with people more effectively.
  • Recognize criminal behavior and violence before it happens.
  • Learn how Law Enforcement Body Language shapes our career and our safety.
  • Learn how these traits and types can positively and negatively affect interaction.
  • Recognize common methods of deception by observing body language and verbal clues.
  • Participate in limited practical exercises.

LOCATION:

Austin Police Association Hall
5817 Wilcab Road
Austin, TX 78721
(512) 474-6993

Map &  Directions

REGISTRATION:

Register Online

http://www.ciscostrategicstudies.com/upcoming-classes.html


Calibre Press: The Tactical Leader (Georgetown)

Tuesday, March 10, 2015 (8am – 4:30pm)

TUITION:
CLEAT Members – $89
Non CLEAT Members – $149

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course is designed to provide the first line supervisor with the tools necessary to effectively lead police officers and manage critical incidents.  The class will teach the skills necessary to establish a cohesive and forward thinking team and ready them for success on the street. In addition, videos of actual critical incidents will be viewed, analyzed and discussed in order to develop a workable understanding of how to manage an event to a successful conclusion.
More Information

TCOLE CREDIT: Officers will receive 8-hours credit from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (Now TCOLE)

LOCATION:
Georgetown Public Safety Operations and Training Center
3500 DB Wood Rd.
Georgetown, TX 78628
Map and Directions

HOTEL INFO:
Comfort Suites
11 Waters Edge
Georgetown, TX 78628
512-863-7544
Rate: $85
Rate Expires: February 23, 2015
Code: Calibre Press

REGISTRATION:
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER


Canine Encounters Law Enforcement Training (Commerce)

Monday, March 23, 2015 (8am – 5pm)

TUITION: FREE
(Limited Availability)

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
TCOLE # 62040:Law enforcement encounters with aggressive dogs and other animals are generating more and more media attention and  use of force against animals is being questioned. Proper training will both prepare officers for these encounters and reduce criticism when force has to be used. The class will teach officers how to recognize canine aggression and interpret body language. Officers will learn defensive tactics and how to use less-lethal techniques in controlling canine encounters.  Specific topics that will be addressed in this class include::

  • 10 Levels Of Aggressions In Dogs
  • 7 Types Of Body Language
  • Why Dogs Bite (Contributing Factors)
  • Encountering Dogs on the Job (Assessing the Scene and the Risk, Appropriate Responses)
  • Report Writing (Identification of Dogs, Benefits for Report Writing)
  • Use of Force Continuum (Five Levels, Policies on Lethal Force)
  • Tools of the Trade (Criteria and Techniques, Distractions, Restraints, Less Lethal Weapons)
  • Self Defense Against Dogs (Defensive Stance, Tactics, Training, Target Areas, Vital Points)

TCOLE CREDIT: Officers will receive 8-hours credit from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (Now TCOLE)

FLYER

LOCATION:
Commerce City Hall
1119 Alamo Street
Commerce, TX. 75428
Map & Directions

REGISTATION:
Click Here to Register 


Excited Delirium and Arrest Related Deaths (San Marcos, TX)

Friday, March 27, 2015 (8am – 4pm)

TUITION: FREE (Preference given to CLEAT members)
CLEAT is proud to sponsor this FREE class, but space is limited to 40 participants.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
TCOLE  #56003.  Over the past decade, increased attention has been paid to the sudden and seemingly inexplicable deaths of some highly agitated subjects being held in police custody. In most of these cases, the force required to restrain or incapacitate the suspect was not sufficient to cause death. More of these deaths are being attributed to Excited Delirium. This hands on class introduces law enforcement and medical personal to the Excited Delirium condition, how to recognize it, and how to handle suspects experiencing it. The class includes both classroom and “hands-on” techniques for dealing with ED suspects.
More Information

TCOLE CREDIT: Officers will receive 8-hours credit from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (Now TCOLE)

FLYER ATTACHED

LOCATION:
Hays County Government Center
Rooms 1001-1003
712 S. Stagecoach Trail
San Marcos, TX. 78666
Ph: 512-393-7779
Map & Directions

REGISTRATION
Space is limited to 40 participants. Preference given to CLEAT members.
Requests to attend this class may be sent via e-mail to
Chris Jones at chris.jones@cleat.org
Please include Name, Department, PID, DOB & Contact Phone Number


“The Winning Mind” by Dave “Buck Savage” Smith (Cleburne)
Friday, April 10, 2015 (8am – 5pm)

TUITION
: FREE (Normally $99)

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
TCOLE Course # 57018.
Dave “JD Buck Savage” Smith teaches key components of peak performance, including who survives and why, the roles optimism, risk and bureaucracy play in personal and professional lives, and how individuals and organizations can make themselves truly resilient. In his unique, energetic style, Dave Smith gives men & women the mental edge they need to not only face threats on the street but also manage the stresses they may confront in their daily lives, both on and off duty.

TCOLE CREDIT: Officers will receive 8-hours credit from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (Now TCOLE)

FLYER

LOCATION:
Cleburne Conference Center
1501 W. Henderson Street
Cleburne, Texas 76033
Map & Directions

REGISTRATION
Click Here to Register