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October 2020 Training Schedule

Date Course Instructor Cost Location
10/1 - 10/2 Search Warrants and Affidavits - CAJ02G SGT Usher N/A DOT Classroom E
10/5 - 10/9 Man Tracker - IBM35G Hammond/ Winegar N/A Rm 120 (Day 1 only)
10/19 - 10/23 Supervision I - CAM51G   N/A Tng Rm 101
10/19-11/6 Instructor Training Course - SII01G - 120hr W DeWalt N/A Tng Rm 103

October Course Descriptions

Search Warrants & Affidavits – CAJ02G

This course familiarizes the student with an overview of search and seizure, based on the Fourth Amendment, and the legal requirements for obtaining and executing search warrants. Required for Advanced Certification.

Man Tracker- IBM35G

The Tactical Tracking Course is an intensive program where the student learns the basic visual tracking skills, team tactics and techniques for tracking human subjects in woodland operations. The student learns to observe ground disturbance and the physical evidence of an incident site, we call this evidence “sign” or “spoor”. The student learns to interpret the evidence and formulate strategies to follow the evidence. By constantly interpreting the sign, the tracker learns to develop a profile of the subject which aids him in anticipating the subject’s movement and direction. This allows the tracker to expedite the pursuit and tactically close in to apprehend the fleeing subject. Then by incorporating team movements and strategies, trackers can tip the scales in their favor for a successful track.

Supervision I

This introductory course is intended for first-line supervisors, but suitable for all public safety employees who demonstrate supervisory potential. Topics include supervisory roles and responsibilities, managing civil liability, organization, planning, critical incidents for front-line Supervisors, and performance management and evaluations, to name a few.

The course was developed based on Cobb County Police Policy and operating procedures; however, other agencies are welcome to attend.

Instructor Training Course

This course is designed for the public safety officer who instructs in performance oriented training and is responsible for lesson plan development. Topics range from instructor liability and lesson plan design, to testing and evaluation of learning. During the course, each student writes an original lesson plan on an approved public safety topic and develops the presentation skills necessary to deliver that lesson.

This is an academically challenging will require your full attention and attendance.  For this reason, it is strongly recommend you schedule as few outside demands as possible during your attendance.

November 2020 Training Schedule

Date Course Instructor Cost Location
11/9 - 11/13 Supervision II - AQS10G   N/A Tng Rm 101
11/12 - 11/13 Guardian - Developing a Culture of Leadership Excellence Cancelled    
11/16 - 11/20 DOLAN - Homicide Investigations Netzel, Babcock & Mayhew $995 Rm 114A
11/16 - 11/18 PATC - Drug Investigations for Street Officers and New Investigators - NGM87G John Kempf $350 Rm 114B
11/17 - 11/19 Paraben Digital Forensics - Mobile Fast Track - Rescheduled      
11/23 - 11/25 PATC - Investigating Basic Sex Crimes Tom Tittle $325 Rm 114A

November Class Descriptions

Supervision II

This is the second of the series and builds on what is learned in Supervision I. Additional topics include Leadership, Legal issues, Communication, Performance Management, and Discipline, and Critical Incidents.

Guardian - Developing a Culture of Leadership Excellence

What is the key to improving your leadership? Improving yourself. All
impactful leadership begins with a thorough understanding of
self-leadership. The principles learned in this workshop will allow you
to lead in a way that will positively impact your life and the lives of
those around you.

During this interactive workshop, you will learn key concepts and
proven principles that will increase your influence, improve your
effectiveness, and multiply your impact. You will discover ways to
lead yourself and others more effectively, along with in-depth
actviites designed to help develop the leader within you.


This TWO-DAY workshop will explore the value of:
•  Achieving success using the Five Levels of Leadership
•  Building trust through personal integrity
•  Prioritizing (it’s not how hard you work, but how smart
     you work
• Creating positive change and understanding the
    evolutionary process involved
• Identifying and solving problems and
    preventing their recurrence
• Defining and articulating a vision for your life
• Becoming character-driven instead of emotion-driven

DOLAN - Homicide Investigations

This is a comprehensive course on how to investigate homicides and other suspicious deaths. Through the use of classroom lectures, video segments, photographs, case study exercises, and hands-on practical exercises, attendees will be provided with a thorough education in the specific techniques involved in these types of investigations. Taught by instructors with extensive backgrounds in death investigations, this course will cover such topics as initial response and securing the scene, crime scene search methods, obtaining search warrants, identifying and preserving forensic evidence, witness interviews, suspect interrogations, report writing, and testifying.

The course will also discuss suicides, death investigations involving children, and the capabilities of forensic evidence analysis. Throughout this course an emphasis is placed on protecting constitutional rights, seeking the truth, avoiding false confessions, and respecting the victim’s family.

This course is intentionally designed for law enforcement officers from all sizes of agencies that might be tasked with a death investigation.

PATC - Drug Investigations for Street Officers and New Investigators - NGM87G

This course was developed to assist officers new to conducting drug investigations, or as a refresher for officers returning to drug units, who want to become familiar with drug investigations and current trends. The course is designed to assist in providing a solid foundation of investigative techniques from which officers can safely and ethically conduct drug investigations. Officers are given current and relevant information on Drug Identification, Informant Handling, Consent Searches, Operations Planning, and Controlled Purchases. Policies and procedures differ from agency to agency and this presentation is a general overview, created to not conflict with your department operating guidelines in drug investigations.

The course is designed to assist in providing a solid foundation of investigative techniques from which officers can safely and ethically conduct drug investigations. Officers are given current and relevant information on Drug Identification, Informant Handling, Consent Searches, Operations Planning, and Controlled Purchases. Policies and procedures differ from agency to agency and this presentation is a general overview, created to not conflict with your department operating guidelines in drug investigations.

Paraben Digital Forensics - Mobile Fast Track - RESCHEDULED for 8-10 Dec 20

Paraben’s Mobile Fast Track is a 3-day course designed to focus your skills when it comes to processing smartphone devices. This course focuses on both lecture and lab style learning so it encompasses all types of examiners. This is an excellent course to sharpen your skills or just become more familiar with the Paraben examination methodology.

PATC - Investigating Basic Sex Crimes

This 2.5 day class is directed towards prosecutors, rape crisis and social workers, mental health counselors, and specifically the law enforcement officer. The attendee will gain insight into sexual behaviors through the examination of, (but not limited to): victim/witness interviews (child & adult), motivations, survey studies, statistical data and suspect analysis. Theories and trend projections will also be explored.

This course of study is a comprehensive overview for the participant for the entry into the investigative field of deviant sexual behavior. Furthermore, this will prepare the student to give basic public presentations and discussions on the topic.

December 2020 Training Schedule

Date Course Instructor Cost Location
12/7 - 12/11 Supervision III - AQS11G   N/A Tng Rm 101
12/7 - 12/9 PATC – Bloodstain Pattern Analysis Thomas Martin $395 Crime Lab Classroom
12/7 - 12/11 FTO Course – SAQ07G Sgt. Verola & Ofc. Gallimore N/A

114A

12/8 - 12/10 Paraben Digital Forensics - Mobile Fast Track   $1795.00 Tng Rm 102
12/15 - 12/16 Guardian – Developing the Leaders Around You Frank Trammer Before 3/19: $209
After: $249
3+ Group: $189/person
114A

December Class Descriptions

Supervision III

This is the last of the series, and some topics include Motivation, Stress Management, Interpersonal Communication, and Public Speaking.

PATC – Bloodstain Pattern Analysis

It is not expected, nor should you expect, to be an expert or considered an expert in the fields bloodstain and pattern analysis and reconstruction upon completion of this course. You should however, be able to recognize and properly document bloodstain evidence at crime scenes.

This training will give you the basic tools needed to establish parameters bloodstain and pattern identification and crime scene reconstruction. In addition, you will learn how to work with blood and should be able to carry on additional experiments upon return to your department which can lead to qualification as an expert in the future. It is imperative that those of you, who wish to qualify experts, continue to observe blood patterns at crime scenes, document that evidence, and participate in additional experiments as appropriate in attempting to recreate what you observe at specific scenes.

Blood at crime scenes, on the victim, suspect, or witnesses (clothing or persons) can be considered significant and should be treated as such when documenting, collecting, and preserving.

Bloodstain pattern analysis from a crime scene may provide investigative leads as well as supportive or non-supportive evidence for victim's, suspect's, and witness' statements. If you are using bloodstain pattern analysis to assist in a crime scene reconstruction, it is critical that complete documentation of the blood take place. A person, who was not present at the scene, should be able to reconstruct from your documentation what occurred. Without adequate documentation, later reconstruction may not be possible and your analysis may not be verified.

FTO Course – SAQ07G

This course is required for promotion to Sergeant. The Field Training Officer Program combines on-the-job instruction with objective evaluation and documentation, thereby enabling students to use this selection process within their own department. Although the course is open to any certified law enforcement officer, to apply for certification you must have three years of law enforcement experience (two years with present department).

Paraben Digital Forensics - Mobile Fast Track

Paraben’s Mobile Fast Track is a 3-day course designed to focus your skills when it comes to processing smartphone devices. This course focuses on both lecture and lab style learning so it encompasses all types of examiners. This is an excellent course to sharpen your skills or just become more familiar with the Paraben examination methodology.

Guardian – Developing the Leaders Around You

To grow an organization, you have to grow your leaders. Developing new
leaders is essential to making a lasting impact. While the leader sees
the bigger picture, they need other leaders to help make their vision a
reality.

GUARDIAN LEADERSHIP presents Developing the Leaders Around You - a
workshop designed to teach you how to grow and gather leaders
around you. This workshop is based on the best-selling book,
Developing the Leaders Around You, by Dr. John C. Maxwell,
the world’s top-rated leadership expert and # 1 New York Times
bestselling author.

During this TWO-DAY interactive workshop, you will learn:

  • How Leaders Develop Other Leaders
  • The Importance of Creating a Climate for Leadership Development
  • How to Turn Producers in Reproducers
  • The 6 Step Equipping Process
  • The Differences Between Empowerment & Delegation
  • How to Coach a Team of Leaders
  • Ways to Build a Successful Leadership Development Program
  • The Foundations of Succession Planning

January 2021 Training Schedule

Date Course Instructor Cost Location
1/25-1/27 Cellular Technology and Records Analysis ABM Intel $375.00 Computer Lab
         
         
         

 

January Course Descriptions

Cellular Technology and Records Analysis

Whether you are a new investigator, or just not familiar with cellular technology and records,

this course is for you. Daily, suspects use cellular devices to plan, execute, and conceal criminal activity and evidence.

This course will provide the student with the basic skill needed to obtain, understand, and use records to develop leads and further their

investigations.

Day 1

  • Law enforcement resources
  • Terminology
  • Cellular providers, technology, and evolution
  • Legal concerns, demand, and preservation Target acquisition
  • Device behaviors
  • Introduction to provider records

Day 2

  • Subscriber information
  • Call Detail Records Data and IP logs
  • Advanced records (PCMD)
  • Manual mapping and analysis
  • Analysis and mapping software
  • Practical exercises

Day 3

  • Practical exercises
  • Courtroom testimony
  • Course review
  • Written and practical exam

February 2021 Training Schedule

Date Course Instructor Cost Location
2/4-2/5 Search Warrants and Affidavits - CAJ02G SGT P Usher None Tng Rm 2
2/8-2/12 Georgia Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Program - AGW03G GPSTC None Rm 114B
2/8-2/12 FBI-LEEDA Supervisor Leadership Institute   $695.00 Rm 114A
         

 

February Course Descriptions

Search Warrants and Affidavits

This course familiarizes the student with an overview of search and seizure, based on the US Constitution, and legal requirements for obtaining and executing search warrants. This course is required for advanced certification.

Georgia Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Program

The Georgia Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training course prepares law enforcement officers and other public safety personnel with the skills to assist people with mental illness, co-occurring disorders, substance abuse, developmental disorders or other brain disorders who are in crisis, thereby advancing public safety and reducing stigma. This course is an intensive 40-hour, five-day curriculum that is comprised of both classroom instruction and practical exercises delivered by mental health professionals, other subject matter experts and CIT law enforcement instructors. This course is approved by the Georgia Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) Council.

CCPD Officers - Due to limited seats, you will be identified by your supervision if selected to attend this course.  

Outside agency officers must register through GPSTC, IAW your agency training policies. 

FBI-LEEDA Supervisor Leadership Institute

Register online at www.fbileeda.org or call 877-772-7712 for more information.

The registration fee is $695/student. Class begins at 8:30 am. Dress: business casual.

Seminar registration is open to all law enforcement – sworn and professional civilian staff. (You are not required to be a member of FBI-LEEDA to attend.)

 

The FBI-LEEDA Supervisor Leadership Institute (SLI) is a foundational 4½-day course that helps prepare the next generation of police leaders for their critical first steps in police leadership. Supervisors and managers at higher levels will benefit from the topics covered in this course, appreciating how first line supervisors are critical to the success of the organization. To lead others, we must first know ourselves and SLI takes us on that part of the leadership journey. Among the modules covered in this course, students will find out how the DISC factors, Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Compliance, can predict your behavior towards others in day-to-day interactions. The students will thoroughly examine the concepts of credibility, accountability and motivation, while becoming familiar with aspects of liability and discipline that are vital to leadership at all levels of the organization.

For local information please contact Sgt. Mike Gosman of the Cobb County Police Department at 770-590-5655 or email:  [email protected].

March 2021 Training Schedule

Date Course Instructor Cost Location
3/8-/3/12 FTO School - SAQ09G SGT V Verola None Tng Rm 2
3/15-4/2 Instructor Training Course - SII03G - 120hrs W DeWalt None Tng Rm 3 / Computer Lab
3/15-4/2 Police Motorcycle Instructor Course - SIM16G - 120hr T Hass None EVOC Track
3/22-4/2 Basic Motorcycle Operators Course T Hass None EVOC Track
3/22-3/25 Mantracker - IBM35G S Hammond/A Winegar None Computer Lab (Day 1 Only)

 

March Course Descriptions

FTO School

Field Training Officer Program combines on-the-job instruction with objective evaluation and documentation, thereby enabling students to use this selection process within their own department. The course is open to any certified law enforcement officer. To apply for certification, you must have three years of law enforcement experience (two years with present department).

Instructor Training Course

This course is designed for the public safety officer who instructs in performance oriented training and is responsible for lesson plan development. Topics range from instructor liability and lesson plan design, to testing and evaluation of learning. During the course, each student writes an original lesson plan on an approved public safety topic and develops the presentation skills necessary to deliver that lesson.

This is an academically challenging will require your full attention and attendance.  For this reason, it is strongly recommend you schedule as few outside demands as possible during your attendance.

Police Motorcycle Instructor Course

Must be a POST certified instructor and be currently assigned to a full time police motor unit.

Basic Motorcycle Operators Course

The following are requirements for participation in the Basic Motor School:

 

  • Each applicant must have at least a Class MP License.
  • Applicants will be required to wear long protective pants such as 5.11 khakis or BDU style pants.
  • Applicants will be required to wear boots that cover the ankle.
  • Applicants will be required to wear a DOT approved motorcycle helmet (a limited number of helmets are available for use if you do not own one but please let us know prior to the evaluation if you need to borrow one)
  • Applicants will be required to wear riding style gloves, and eye protection.
  • A long sleeve shirt or jacket is suggested.
  • A motorcycle will be provided to Cobb County Officers for the school.
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**Clothing not permitted: flip-flops, jeans; t-shirts (only departmental issued t-shirts permitted), hats, or any other clothing items containing obscene or vulgar language; or any clothing with alcoholic or drug related words or pictures.

** The Motor School will take place rain or shine so be sure to dress appropriately for the weather.

Mantracker - IBM35G

The Tactical Tracking Course is an intensive program where the student learns the basic visual tracking skills, team tactics and techniques for tracking human subjects in woodland operations. The student learns to observe ground disturbance and the physical evidence of an incident site, we call this evidence “sign” or “spoor”. The student learns to interpret the evidence and formulate strategies to follow the evidence. By constantly interpreting the sign, the tracker learns to develop a profile of the subject which aids him in anticipating the subject’s movement and direction. This allows the tracker to expedite the pursuit and tactically close in to apprehend the fleeing subject. Then by incorporating team movements and strategies, trackers can tip the scales in their favor for a successful track.

April 2021 Training Schedule

Date Course Instructor Cost Location
4/19-4/23 Georgia Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Program - AGW03G GPSTC None Rm 114B
         
         
         
         

 

April Course Descriptions

Georgia Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Program

The Georgia Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training course prepares law enforcement officers and other public safety personnel with the skills to assist people with mental illness, co-occurring disorders, substance abuse, developmental disorders or other brain disorders who are in crisis, thereby advancing public safety and reducing stigma. This course is an intensive 40-hour, five-day curriculum that is comprised of both classroom instruction and practical exercises delivered by mental health professionals, other subject matter experts and CIT law enforcement instructors. This course is approved by the Georgia Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) Council.

CCPD Officers - Due to limited seats, you will be identified by your supervision if selected to attend this course.  

Outside agency officers must register through GPSTC, IAW your agency training policies. 

May 2021 Training Schedule

Date Course Instructor Cost Location
5/10-5/14 FBI-LEEDA Command Leadership Institute   $695.00 Rm 114B
         
         
         
         

 

May Course Descriptions

FBI-LEEDA Command Leadership Institute

The FBI-LEEDA Command Leadership Institute is an inspiring and dynamic 4

½-day course specifically and uniquely designed to prepare law enforcement leaders for command level positions. As part of the Trilogy-series of leadership courses, the Command Leadership Institute focuses on real-life contemporary strategies and techniques for those aspiring to or in already in command-level assignments. Students will be engaged in such topics as command responsibility, discipline and liability, team building, resilient leadership, and leading change within an organization.

June 2021 Training Schedule

Date Course Instructor Cost Location
6/7-6/11 Georgia Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Program - AGW03G GPSTC None Rm 114B
6/24-6/25 Search Warrants and Affidavits - CAJ02G SGT P Usher None Tng Rm 2
         
         
         

 

June Course Descriptions

Georgia Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Program - AGW03G

The Georgia Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training course prepares law enforcement officers and other public safety personnel with the skills to assist people with mental illness, co-occurring disorders, substance abuse, developmental disorders or other brain disorders who are in crisis, thereby advancing public safety and reducing stigma. This course is an intensive 40-hour, five-day curriculum that is comprised of both classroom instruction and practical exercises delivered by mental health professionals, other subject matter experts and CIT law enforcement instructors. This course is approved by the Georgia Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) Council.

CCPD Officers - Due to limited seats, you will be identified by your supervision if selected to attend this course.  

Outside agency officers must register through GPSTC, IAW your agency training policies. 

Search Warrants and Affidavits

This course familiarizes the student with an overview of search and seizure, based on the US Constitution, and legal requirements for obtaining and executing search warrants. This course is required for advanced certification.

July 2021 Training Schedule

Date Course Instructor Cost Location
         
         
         
         
         

 

July Course Descriptions

August 2021 Training Schedule

Date Course Instructor Cost Location
8/9-8/13 FBI-LEEDA Executive Leadership Institute   $695.00 Rm 114A
8/9-8/13 Georgia Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Program - AGW03G GPSTC None Rm 114B
         
         
         

 

August Course Descriptions

FBI-LEEDA Executive Leadership Institute

The FBI-LEEDA Executive Leadership Institute (ELI) is an innovative 4 1/2-day program designed for executive-level law enforcement leaders and those leaders aspiring to executive- level leadership positions. ELI focuses on the emerging challenges facing 21st century police leaders, as well as planning and navigating the political waters of executive leadership. This highly interactive program follows the FBI-LEEDA “cops talking to cops" model of professional development where students will engage in guided leadership discussions with instructors and other students. The course first looks inward to identify the forces of change and emerging trends within law enforcement, such as the challenges of recruiting, hiring and leading different social generational cohorts and different cultural groups within the workforce. The ELI also presents leadership strategies that emphasize the importance of public trust and legitimacy, officer wellness, social and emotional intelligence.

Register online at www.fbileeda.org or call 877-772-7712 for more information.

The registration fee is $695/student. Class begins at 8:30 am. Dress: business casual.

For local information regarding the training venue or hotel accommodations for this training opportunity, please contact Sgt. Mike Gosman of the Cobb County Police Department at 770-590-5655 or email:  [email protected].

Seminar registration is open to all law enforcement – sworn and professional civilian staff. (You are not required to be a member of FBI-LEEDA to attend.)

Georgia Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Program

The Georgia Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training course prepares law enforcement officers and other public safety personnel with the skills to assist people with mental illness, co-occurring disorders, substance abuse, developmental disorders or other brain disorders who are in crisis, thereby advancing public safety and reducing stigma. This course is an intensive 40-hour, five-day curriculum that is comprised of both classroom instruction and practical exercises delivered by mental health professionals, other subject matter experts and CIT law enforcement instructors. This course is approved by the Georgia Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) Council.

CCPD Officers - Due to limited seats, you will be identified by your supervision if selected to attend this course.  

Outside agency officers must register through GPSTC, IAW your agency training policies. 

September 2021 Training Schedule

Date Course Instructor Cost Location
9/20-9/24 Georgia Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Program - AGW03G GPSTC None Rm 114B
         
         
         
         

 

September Course Descriptions

Georgia Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Program

The Georgia Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training course prepares law enforcement officers and other public safety personnel with the skills to assist people with mental illness, co-occurring disorders, substance abuse, developmental disorders or other brain disorders who are in crisis, thereby advancing public safety and reducing stigma. This course is an intensive 40-hour, five-day curriculum that is comprised of both classroom instruction and practical exercises delivered by mental health professionals, other subject matter experts and CIT law enforcement instructors. This course is approved by the Georgia Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) Council.

CCPD Officers - Due to limited seats, you will be identified by your supervision if selected to attend this course.  

Outside agency officers must register through GPSTC, IAW your agency training policies. 

October 2021 Training Schedule

Date Course Instructor Cost Location
10/4-10/22 Instructor Training Course - SII01G - 120hr W DeWalt None Tng Rm 3
10/25-10/29 FTO School - SAQ09G SGT Verola None Tng Rm 2
10/25-10/28 Mantracker - IBM35G S Hammond/A Winegar None Computer Lab
         
         

 

October Course Descriptions

Instructor Training Course

This course is designed for the public safety officer who instructs in performance oriented training and is responsible for lesson plan development. Topics range from instructor liability and lesson plan design, to testing and evaluation of learning. During the course, each student writes an original lesson plan on an approved public safety topic and develops the presentation skills necessary to deliver that lesson.

This is an academically challenging will require your full attention and attendance.  For this reason, it is strongly recommend you schedule as few outside demands as possible during your attendance.

FTO School

This course is required for promotion to Sergeant. The Field Training Officer Program combines on-the-job instruction with objective evaluation and documentation, thereby enabling students to use this selection process within their own department. Although the course is open to any certified law enforcement officer, to apply for certification you must have three years of law enforcement experience (two years with present department).

Mantracker - IBM35G

The Tactical Tracking Course is an intensive program where the student learns the basic visual tracking skills, team tactics and techniques for tracking human subjects in woodland operations. The student learns to observe ground disturbance and the physical evidence of an incident site, we call this evidence “sign” or “spoor”. The student learns to interpret the evidence and formulate strategies to follow the evidence. By constantly interpreting the sign, the tracker learns to develop a profile of the subject which aids him in anticipating the subject’s movement and direction. This allows the tracker to expedite the pursuit and tactically close in to apprehend the fleeing subject. Then by incorporating team movements and strategies, trackers can tip the scales in their favor for a successful track.

November 2021 Training Schedule

Date Course Instructor Cost Location
11/15-11/19 Georgia Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Program - AGW03G GPSTC None Rm 114B
         
         
         
         

 

November Course Descriptions

Georgia Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Program

The Georgia Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training course prepares law enforcement officers and other public safety personnel with the skills to assist people with mental illness, co-occurring disorders, substance abuse, developmental disorders or other brain disorders who are in crisis, thereby advancing public safety and reducing stigma. This course is an intensive 40-hour, five-day curriculum that is comprised of both classroom instruction and practical exercises delivered by mental health professionals, other subject matter experts and CIT law enforcement instructors. This course is approved by the Georgia Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) Council.

CCPD Officers - Due to limited seats, you will be identified by your supervision if selected to attend this course.  

Outside agency officers must register through GPSTC, IAW your agency training policies. 

December 2021Training Schedule

Date Course Instructor Cost Location
         
         
         
         
         

 

December Course Descriptions