This course is designed for newly assigned tactical or patrol officers and provides an introduction to basic tactical principles. Topics covered: tactical response techniques, long gun, room clearing, high risk warrants, different types of assaults, barricaded suspects and more. Attendees will be certified in “Basic SWAT” and trained to perform within a tactical team. Restricted to Sworn Law Enforcement.
Course will be at Fort Wilderness, 6180 Wilderness Trail, Rhinelander, WI 54501. Please bring all SRT/SWAT gear. 500 rounds handgun ammo, 250 rounds rifle ammo, handgun, and rifle.
Conducting Effective Internal Investigations
This course is designed for training law enforcement executives, command staff, and supervisors on how to conduct fair, unbiased, legal, ethical and moral internal investigations. The goal is to uncover and gather information to a high degree of accuracy, to understand the objective facts, to establish a fair and credible process, to render meaningful decisions, to reduce or eliminate uncertainty and to prevent surprise. Effective investigations can result in reduced liability risk, reduced legal costs, greater organizational and public confidence, and a more professional workforce. Conducting investigations effectively protect the interests and rights of employees and establish confidence in management and the decision maker.
Instructor is Attorney Kyle J. Gulya. This class is restricted to public sector (City, County, and State) managers and supervisors responsible for conducting internal investigations.
Instructor Development Course
This course prepares instructor candidates to create a learning environment that supports learners. Competencies include planning and managing learning, training and evaluation methods, and delivering teaching scenarios. The curriculum is endorsed by LESB and required of instructors seeking LESB certification, and is a prerequisite for all LESB-approved specialized training courses.
Student must submit DJLE335 prior to attending the course.
Jail Officer Recruit Academy
This course is designed for individuals who are employed or wish to be employed in the corrections field. The academy covers the required Wisconsin Department Justice/Law Enforcement Training and Standards Bureau (DOJ/LESB) Curriculum. The training will allow individuals to obtain DOJ/LESB certfication as a corrections officer.
Students will also be registered for an additional AHA CPR course on March 7, 2019 130pm to 530pm.
Open Records Management for Law Enforcement
This course will instruct and update the law enforcement executive, supervisor, and records custodian on the latest legal processes for handling confidential records in the law enforcement setting. Students will be taught how to comply with Wisconsin's Open Records Laws and laws governing privacy, and how to protect ongoing investigations. This class is limited to those in the public sector that handle and are responsible for releasing law enforcement records.
Instructor is Attorney Kyle J. Gulya. This class is restricted to public sector (City, County, and State) employees that are responsible for maintaining, securing, and releasing governmental records.
This 16 hour course, taught by a scenario master instructor trainer, prepares instructor candidates for certification as an LESB scenario instructor, including scenario training, testing, and force-on-force safety and training techniques. must have completed the 32-hour CJ-IDC course before attending, or be a currently-certified LESB instructor, and have 3 years full-time experience. To attend, must apply via form DJ-LE-336.
Must have taken DOJ Instructor Development.