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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.

You can find your course faster by going to the appropriate following categorized listing pages:

 

Basic TrainingSpecialized Training | Satellite Training | Instructor Training | Online Training


Course Listings

Firearms Training and Qualification

Classification : Satellite Training
Where : Middle Peninsula Regional Secuirty Center
When : April 11-13, 2017
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.

YPSO-DARE Officer Training Seminar (DOT)

Classification : Satellite Training
Where : Suffolk Conference Center/Hilton Garden Inn Hotel in Suffolk VA
When : October 23 - November 3, 2017
Description :
Time: 0800-1700

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

Credit Hours: 4 Legal, 34 Career Development, and 2 Cultural Diversity.

To register or for more information please contact, DFC Kekoa-Dearhart at (757)890-3662.

Diagnosing Interpersonal Skills for the Law Enforcement Community

Classification : Specialized Training
Where : Saint Leo University (Newport News)
When : March 1, 2017
Description :
Time: 0800-1700

In-Service: Law Enforcement

Credit Hours: 6 Career Development, 2 Cultural Diversity

The Class will be help at St. Leo University, One Bayport Way, Suite 160, Newport News, VA 23606.

For more information, please contact Andrea Pierce at (757) 771-6475 or email at andrea.pierce@saintleo.edu.

Speed Measurement (Radar/Lidar)

Classification : Instructor Training
Where : Hampton Roads Criminal Justice Training Academy
When : June 19-23, 2017
Description :
Time: 0700-1545

In-Service: Law Enforcement

Credit Hours: 34 Career Development, 1 Legal

This course will improve your proficiency in the use of police traffic RADAR / LIDAR and develop your instructional skills sufficiently to present the training programs to other law enforcement personnel.

  You will learn the characteristics of different types of stationary and moving RADAR units. In addition, you will be coached in the use of instructional methods that emphasize the need for complete equipment familiarity on the part of the RADAR operator. Various aspects of RADAR use, such as the Doppler principle, legal requirements and the relationship of RADAR speed measurement to the overall speed enforcement program will be taught and you will participate in practical exercises utilizing a variety of RADAR equipment.

You will also learn the history and theory behind the development of Lasers. You will participate in ¨hands-on ¨ practical exercises to become proficient in their use. In addition, we will review teaching methods for this subject and give you an opportunity to refine your instructional skills.

Student Responsibilities: Successfully completed or Certified DCJS General Instructor.

  Since this is an instructor certification course, all officers are required to have 2 years prior experience operating radar. Prior lidar experience is not a prerequisite.

  Each officer will be required to prepare a lesson plan and make a short presentation before the entire class.

  Students are asked to review their radar operator manual prior to attending.

  Required Equipment: Each officer is required to have a basic scientific calculator capable of trigonometric functions (sin, cos, tan) such as a Texas Instrument TI-30. (These calculators cost less than $20.00).

Police Unit and radar/lidar equipment currently being used (police unit and radar/lidar unit may be shared by two participants from a jurisdiction).

To register, please follow the Academy registrations procedures.

Combat Thinking for Law Enforcers

Classification : Specialized Training
Where : Hampton Roads Criminal Justice Training Academy
When : May 8, 2017
Description :
Time: 0700-1545

In-Service: Law Enforcement

Credit Hours: 8 Career Development

this is a unique seminar for officers to attend, which is highly informative and has an exciting delivery of material. this training is enlightening training that will allow law enforcers to enhance their own survival skills, and increase awareness to their duties. Combat thinking is a way of superior training with mental preparation, distinguishing and evaluating threats against police. Knowledge gained is from current research and studies which allows law enforcement to have a clear understanding of current threats and dealing danger. Training here is a focus on techniques designed to increase officer safety and attentiveness.

Topics covered include:

Handing Violent Situations Survival Enhancement
Stress Management Attitude of Survival
Positive Combat Aspects of Confrontations
Mental Vigilance Tactical Thinking
Lessons from the Military Deadly Knowledge
Critical Incidences Training Techniques Existence
Physiological Impacts Line of Duty Shootings

About the Trainer....Charles Dahlinger is a 28-year veteran of law enforcement with an extensive educational background including doctoral-level studies in criminology. He previously served active duty as a reconnaissance specialist with the U.S. Army. He has been published in more than 20 publications and has trained thousands of law enforcement officials across the United States.

To register, please follow the Academy registration procedures.