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Hampton Roads Criminal Justice Training Academy


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Listed below are ALL available HRCJTA, satellite and online course listings. For HRCJTA courses, students may register by mail, e-mail: tameka.guild@hampton.gov, or FAX: (757) 595-1801 with the academy registrar.  For satellite and online courses, refer to the course descriptions for instructions to register.

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Course Listings

Trauma Informed Response To Child Victims

Classification : Specialized Training
Where : Hampton Roads Criminal Justice Training Academy
When : July 9, 2018
Description :
Time: 0700-1600

At the end of this presentation, attendees will have a better understanding of:

  • Child Advocacy Centers

  • The importance of a Multidisciplinary Team (MDT)

  • The difference between a minimal facts interview and a forensic interview

  • Child Development

  • Considerations for child abuse investigations

  • Effectively responding when a chold is identified as a victim or a witness t a crime

  • Pediatric Sexual Assault Exams

  • SCEC (Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children)


  • In-Service: Law Enforcement

    Credit Hours: 8 Career Development

    There is no charge for this training. To register, please follow the Academy's registration procedures. Contact Tameka Guild to enroll at (757) 223-8868.

    Chief Executive Forum

    Classification : Specialized Training
    Where : Christopher Newport University Campus (Grand Ballroom) David Student Union
    When : August 7, 2018
    Description :
    Time: 1300-1700

    A group of veteran Law Enforcement executives will respond to a moderator's questions on a variety of different topics. The final hour allows time for questions from the audience.

    This forum features:

    Sheriff Gabriel Morgan currently serving his third four year term as the sheriff for the City of Newport News.

    Chief Michael Brewer currently the chief of the Virginia Port Authority Police Department. Chief Brewer also served with the Newport News Police Department.

    Chief Tonya Chapman currently the chief of the Portsmouth Police Department. Chief Chapman also served with the Richmond Police Department.

    Asst. Superintendent Linda Bryant, Esq. currently with the Hampton Roads Regional Jail. Asst. Superintendent Bryant also served as a Deputy Commonwealth Attorney for the City of Norfolk.

    In-Service: Court Security/Civil Process, Jailor/Custodial, Law Enforcement

    Credit Hours: 4 Career Development

    To register please contact Tameka Guild at tameka.guild@hampton.gov or just come out and we will add you to the roster.

    Leading Your Agency Through An Officer Involved Shooting

    Classification : Specialized Training
    Where : Christopher Newport University Campus (Grand Ballroom) David Student Union
    When : August 7, 2018
    Description :
    Time: 0800-1200

    Guest Speaker is Lance LoRusso who is graduate of Georgia State University College of Law. He earned his Master's Degree from Kennesaw State University and his undergrad from Emory University. LoRusso focuses his practice on POST complaints, critical incident response, personal injury and wrongful death cases on behalf of injured parties and their families. Mr. LoRusso's blog:

    bluelinelinelawyer.com is an active legal resource for cops. In 2012 he released the book, titled "When Cops Kill", to raise money for law enforcement charities and looks forward to educating law enforcement about officer involved shootings.

    In-Service: Law Enforcement, Jailor/Custodial, Court Security/Civil Process.

    Credit Hours: 4 Career Development.

    To register please contact Tameka Guild at tameka.guild@hampton.gov or just come out and we will add you to the roster.

    MPRSC-Firearms Training & Qualification

    Classification : Satellite Training
    Where : Middle Peninsula Regional Security Center
    When : May 8-18, 2018
    Description :
    Time: 0800-1200

    In-Service: Court Security/Civil Process, Jailor/Custodial, and Law Enforcement.

    Credit Hours: 4 Career Development

    To register or for more information please contact, Cpt. Bristow at (804) 758-2338.

    JCCPD-Decision Making: The Foundation of Reasonable Force

    Classification : Satellite Training
    Where : James City County Police Department
    When : June 13, 2018
    Description :
    Time: 0800-1700

    In-Service: Court Security/Civil Process, Jailor/Custodial, Law Enforcement.

    Credit Hours: 8 Career Development

    To register or for more information please contact, Ofc. Miller at (757) 603-6021.