Training Schedule

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 the Academy. Members can sign up here.

PoliceOne Weekly

Reality Training: Surviving a high-risk traffic stop

http://www.policeone.com/videos/originals/policeone-roll-call/6936420-Reality-Training-Surviving-a-high-risk-traffic-stop/

  

CALIBRE PRESS: ADV CRIMINAL PATROL TACTICS (El Paso)

Friday, September 19, 2014 (8am – 4:30pm)

TUITION:  (Normally $129)
CLEAT MEMBERS: $29
NON CLEAT MEMBERS: $79

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

TCOLE # 57111: Instructed by Chief Ed Delmore, this fast paced eight-hour course is intended for patrol officers and supervisors who want to become more effective in detecting and arresting criminals operating motor vehicles. Including drug traffickers, fugitives, felons, and gang members; the training focuses on objective criteria for criminal interdiction and not on so-called “profiling” techniques. This program has been approved by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the United States Department of Justice.
More Information:
http://calibrepress.com/patrol-courses/advanced-criminal-patrol-tactics/

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

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LOCATION:
Fort Bliss Directorate of Emergency Services
2709 SGT Major Blvd.
El Paso, TX 79935

MAP & DIRECTIONS:
http://mapq.st/1mRzOkd

REGISTRATION:
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER


TNOA OPERATION JETWAY TRAINING
Tuesday, Sept 23, 2014 through Thursday, Sept 25, 2014
3 Days (8am – 5pm)

TUITION: FREE

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This 3 day class will cover a variety of topics, including Airport Interdiction, Train Interdiction, Bus Interdiction, Parcel Interdiction, Hotel/Motel Interdiction, Use  of K-9 Interdiction, Maritime Interdiction, Watch Operations, EPIC Briefing, EPIC Portal, and Legal Aspects of Search, Seizure, and Asset Forfeiture.

UPON COMPLETION OF THE COURSE, ATTENDEES WILL BE CERTIFIED OPERATION JETWAY INTERDICTION OFFICERS PER DEA REGULATIONS.

TCOLE CREDIT: Officers will receive 32-hours credit from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (Now TCOLE)

LOCATION:
1st Floor Training Room
DEA – Houston District Office
1433 West Loop South
Houston, TX 77027

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MAP & DIRECTIONS:
http://mapq.st/1oBuanv

REGISTRATION:
Attendees must have EPIC access.
Register for the class by contacting the State and Local Programs Unit at:
EPIC.SLPU@USDOJ.GOV
800-927-0468 / 915-760-2397


“THE WINNING MIND” by Dave “Buck Savage” Smith (San Antonio)
Tuesday, September 23, 2014 (8am – 5pm)

TUITION: FREE (Normally $99)
CLEAT is proud to sponsor this class so that any officer may attend FREE!

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
TCOLE # 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 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.

Dave began his police career in the early 1970’s with Tucson (AZ) PD then moved to the Arizona Department of Public Safety. He is famous for authoring and acting in a series of police training videos, staring “JD Buck Savage”, during the late ‘70’s and early ‘80’s that sent a clear, understandable message about who we are, how we go wrong and what we can do about it. How many times have you sat in a training class and felt you were watching “paint dry”? Well, the “Buck Savage” videos were hilarious and for the first time used comedy to drive home important and lifesaving training points. Dave also writes the end note in each month’s Police magazine and is online regularly with PoliceOne.Com

More Information: jdbucksavage.com

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

FLYER

LOCATION:
UT Health Science Center
7703 Floyd Curl
San Antonio, TX 78229

MAP & DIRECTIONS:
http://mapq.st/1oxSUkr

REGISTRATION:
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER


THE WINNING MIND FOR WOMEN (Austin)
Thursday, September 25, 2014 (8am – 4pm)

TUITION:
$29 CLEAT Members
$49 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: http://jdbucksavage.com/the-winning-mind-for-women-2/

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

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LOCATION:
Austin Police Association Hall
5718 Wilcab
Austin, TX 78721

MAP & DIRECTIONS:
http://mapq.st/1lTZvPO

REGISTRATION:
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER


WHAT NOW? The Aftermath of a Critical Incident (Longview)
Two Sessions Available:
Tuesday – September 30, 2014 (1pm – 5pm)
Wednesday – October 1, 2014 (8am – 12noon)

TUITION:
FREE

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
TCOLE # 57020: Officers are trained daily on the tactical and safety aspects of surviving a critical incident. But what happens after the incident is over? And though the officer has survived, what if someone else has suffered death or injury? The actions taken by an officer after a critical incident can determine the future of the officer’s career, financial security and even their liberty. Especially in a world that second guesses and litigates the critical decisions made by officers in the line of duty. This class will prepare officers to meet the challenges associated with post critical incident administrative and criminal investigations.  The first part of the class will focus on the administrative and internal investigation process, what to expect when an officer is being investigated, and discussion of the officer’s rights during an investigation. The second part of the class is a step by step discussion of aftermath of a critical incident, when a law enforcement action turns into a criminal investigation and the officer is the suspect. Officers are told what to expect when facing a critical incident investigation, what to do and not to do, what to expect from investigators, the DA, other officers, the most importantly, the officer’s own attorney.

Texas law requires that officers receive training relating to employment issues, including civil service; complaints and investigations of employee misconduct; and disciplinary actions and the appeal of disciplinary actions (Section 1701.402(b), Occupations Code).  This class meets those requirements.

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

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LOCATION:
Maude Cobb Convention Center
100 Grand Blvd.
Longview, TX 75601

MAP & DIRECTIONS:
http://mapq.st/6-Iv2gewZh

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR SESSION 1 – Tue, Sep 30, 2014 (1p – 5p)

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR SESSION 2 – Wed, Oct 1, 2014 (8a – 12p)


WHAT NOW? The Aftermath of a Critical Incident (Austin)
Two Sessions Available:
Monday – October 6, 2014 (1pm – 5pm)
Tuesday – October 7, 2014 (8am – 12noon)

TUITION:
FREE

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
TCOLE # 57020: Officers are trained daily on the tactical and safety aspects of surviving a critical incident. But what happens after the incident is over? And though the officer has survived, what if someone else has suffered death or injury? The actions taken by an officer after a critical incident can determine the future of the officer’s career, financial security and even their liberty. Especially in a world that second guesses and litigates the critical decisions made by officers in the line of duty. This class will prepare officers to meet the challenges associated with post critical incident administrative and criminal investigations.  The first part of the class will focus on the administrative and internal investigation process, what to expect when an officer is being investigated, and discussion of the officer’s rights during an investigation. The second part of the class is a step by step discussion of aftermath of a critical incident, when a law enforcement action turns into a criminal investigation and the officer is the suspect. Officers are told what to expect when facing a critical incident investigation, what to do and not to do, what to expect from investigators, the DA, other officers, the most importantly, the officer’s own attorney.

Texas law requires that officers receive training relating to employment issues, including civil service; complaints and investigations of employee misconduct; and disciplinary actions and the appeal of disciplinary actions (Section 1701.402(b), Occupations Code).  This class meets those requirements.

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

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LOCATION:
Austin Police Association Hall
5817 Wilcab
Austin, TX  78721

MAP & DIRECTIONS:
http://mapq.st/6-3WuAk14N

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR SESSION 1 – Mon, Oct 6, 2014 (1p – 5p)

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR SESSION 2 – Tue, Oct 7, 2014 (8a – 12p)


CALIBRE PRESS: STREET SURVIVAL SEMINAR (Fort Worth)

Wednesday, October 8, 2014 (8am – 4pm)

TUITION:  FREE

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
CLEAT is proud to partner with Calibre Press to present a custom 1-day version of the highly acclaimed Street Survival Seminar. The goal and purpose of this seminar is twofold: Keep officers alive and give them the tools to enjoy a successful career in law enforcement. In order to accomplish this mission we tackle the realities and complexities of policing for officers on the street today. Street Survival presents classic training points such as the “5%er Mindset” and “When/Then Thinking” while addressing aspects of the profession that are often overlooked. The Seminar topics will include the following:

  • The Fatal Four (the most common ways officer’s lose their lives)
  • Understanding Stress and the Survival Instincts
  • Roadway Risks and Responsibilities
  • Pre-Attack Indicators
  • Street Interviews / Reading Deception
  • The Proverbial Box; expecting the unexpected
  • The 24/7 Reality of Living Life as a Police Officer
  • Confrontational Dynamics

    More Information:
    http://calibrepress.com/calibre-press/street-survival-seminar/

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

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LOCATION:
Fort Worth Police Academy
1000 Calvert Street
Fort Worth, TX   76107

MAP & DIRECTIONS:
http://mapq.st/1rc7K2j

REGISTRATION
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER


WHAT NOW? The Aftermath of a Critical Incident (San Antonio)

Two Sessions Available:
Tuesday – October 14, 2014 (8am – 12noon)
Tuesday – October 14, 2014 (1pm – 5pm)

TUITION: FREE

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
TCOLE # 57020: Officers are trained daily on the tactical and safety aspects of surviving a critical incident. But what happens after the incident is over? And though the officer has survived, what if someone else has suffered death or injury? The actions taken by an officer after a critical incident can determine the future of the officer’s career, financial security and even their liberty. Especially in a world that second guesses and litigates the critical decisions made by officers in the line of duty. This class will prepare officers to meet the challenges associated with post critical incident administrative and criminal investigations.  The first part of the class will focus on the administrative and internal investigation process, what to expect when an officer is being investigated, and discussion of the officer’s rights during an investigation. The second part of the class is a step by step discussion of aftermath of a critical incident, when a law enforcement action turns into a criminal investigation and the officer is the suspect. Officers are told what to expect when facing a critical incident investigation, what to do and not to do, what to expect from investigators, the DA, other officers, the most importantly, the officer’s own attorney.

Texas law requires that officers receive training relating to employment issues, including civil service; complaints and investigations of employee misconduct; and disciplinary actions and the appeal of disciplinary actions (Section 1701.402(b), Occupations Code).  This class meets those requirements.

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

FLYER

LOCATION:
UT Health Science Center
7703 Floyd Curl
San Antonio, TX 78229

MAP & DIRECTIONS:
http://mapq.st/1oxSUkr

Nursing School Room 1.463

MAP TO CLASSROOM ON CAMPUS

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR SESSION 1 (Tuesday 10/14/14 8am – 12noon)

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR SESSION 2 (Tuesday 10/14/14 1pm – 5pm)


CALIBRE PRESS: ADV CRIMINAL PATROL TACTICS (Amarillo)

Friday, October 24, 2014 (8am – 5pm)

TUITION: FREE (Normally $129)

CLEAT is proud to partner with Amarillo College and the Panhandle 100 Club to sponsor this class so that any officer may attend for FREE!

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
TCOLE # 57111: Instructed by Chief Ed Delmore, this fast paced eight-hour course is intended for patrol officers and supervisors who want to become more effective in detecting and arresting criminals operating motor vehicles. Including drug traffickers, fugitives, felons, and gang members; the training focuses on objective criteria for criminal interdiction and not on so-called “profiling” techniques. This program has been approved by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the United States Department of Justice.
TCOLE CREDIT: Officers will receive 8-hours credit from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (Now TCOLE)

LOCATION:
Amarillo College
Downtown Campus Auditorium

1314 S. Polk Street
Amarillo, TX 79101

MAP & DIRECTIONS:
http://mapq.st/1uKFTDQ

REGISTRATION:
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

 WHAT NOW? The Aftermath of a Critical Incident (Lubbock)
Tuesday – October 28, 2014 (12 noon – 4:00pm)

TUITION: FREE

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
TCOLE # 57020: Officers are trained daily on the tactical and safety aspects of surviving a critical incident. But what happens after the incident is over? And though the officer has survived, what if someone else has suffered death or injury? The actions taken by an officer after a critical incident can determine the future of the officer’s career, financial security and even their liberty. Especially in a world that second guesses and litigates the critical decisions made by officers in the line of duty. This class will prepare officers to meet the challenges associated with post critical incident administrative and criminal investigations.  The first part of the class will focus on the administrative and internal investigation process, what to expect when an officer is being investigated, and discussion of the officer’s rights during an investigation. The second part of the class is a step by step discussion of aftermath of a critical incident, when a law enforcement action turns into a criminal investigation and the officer is the suspect. Officers are told what to expect when facing a critical incident investigation, what to do and not to do, what to expect from investigators, the DA, other officers, the most importantly, the officer’s own attorney.

 

Texas law requires that officers receive training relating to employment issues, including civil service; complaints and investigations of employee misconduct; and disciplinary actions and the appeal of disciplinary actions (Section 1701.402(b), Occupations Code).  This class meets those requirements.

 

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

 


LOCATION:

Lubbock Police Academy
508 Davis Drive
Lubbock, TX 79416
(806) 775-2964

 

MAP & DIRECTIONS:
http://mapq.st/1uNVvHs

 

 


WHAT NOW? The Aftermath of a Critical Incident (Amarillo)
Wednesday – October 29, 2014 (8am – 12noon)

TUITION:
 FREE

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
TCOLE # 57020: Officers are trained daily on the tactical and safety aspects of surviving a critical incident. But what happens after the incident is over? And though the officer has survived, what if someone else has suffered death or injury? The actions taken by an officer after a critical incident can determine the future of the officer’s career, financial security and even their liberty. Especially in a world that second guesses and litigates the critical decisions made by officers in the line of duty. This class will prepare officers to meet the challenges associated with post critical incident administrative and criminal investigations.  The first part of the class will focus on the administrative and internal investigation process, what to expect when an officer is being investigated, and discussion of the officer’s rights during an investigation. The second part of the class is a step by step discussion of aftermath of a critical incident, when a law enforcement action turns into a criminal investigation and the officer is the suspect. Officers are told what to expect when facing a critical incident investigation, what to do and not to do, what to expect from investigators, the DA, other officers, the most importantly, the officer’s own attorney.
Texas law requires that officers receive training relating to employment issues, including civil service; complaints and investigations of employee misconduct; and disciplinary actions and the appeal of disciplinary actions (Section 1701.402(b), Occupations Code).  This class meets those requirements.
TCOLE CREDIT: Officers will receive 4-hours credit from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (Now TCOLE)

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LOCATION:
Amarillo Police Officers Association Hall
1419 S. Johnson
Amarillo, TX  79101
MAP & DIRECTIONS:
http://mapq.st/1-wIGKRq9D