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            Kansas School Resource Officer Basic Training

Course Description:

 

Creating and maintaining a safer school environment is the primary goal of every SRO.  This five-day training assists SROs in equipping themselves with the information and skills needed to identify, address and prevent crime and violence in Kansas schools.  The 40-hour curriculum will cover SROs major responsibilities as well as Kansas School Laws, Student Development and the Brain, De-escalation  Techniques for Youth, Interviewing Youth, Drug Trends, and Single Officer Response.  

 

Core Competencies:

  • Participants will be able to decide upon prescribed courses of action or techniques that will provide a greater level of safety in a school environment, event or situation.
  • Participants will exhibit fairness in policing while giving people a voice and performing law enforcement duties with impartiality and the necessary level of transparency to sustain and strengthen public trust.

Instructional Methods:

  • Lecture
  • Discussion
  • Demonstration
  • Practical Exercises

Who Should Attend?

All certified law enforcement officers who are currently assigned or will be assigned as a School Resource Officer. 

 

Prerequisite:  

Must complete the two online training blocks on Mitigating Exposure to the Criminal Justice System prior to attending the SRO course.  These courses cover the requirements set forth by Senate Bill 367, laws related to the Kansas juvenile justice system.  Additionally, a Bias Free Policing course must be completed prior to attending.

The Office of the Kansas Attorney General will reimburse each participant's agency $300 of the registration fee upon successful completion of the course. This course will meet daily from 0800-1700.  The registration fee includes all meals and lodging; there will NOT be a pro-rated registration fee for those who do not lodge at KLETC.

Course pre-requisites
(required) Mitigating Juvenile Exposure to the Criminal Justice System - Section 01
(required) Mitigating Juvenile Exposure to the Criminal Justice System - Section 02
(recommended) FEPP

 

Course detail: Kansas School Resource Officer Basic Training

Course Description:

 

Creating and maintaining a safer school environment is the primary goal of every SRO.  This five-day training assists SROs in equipping themselves with the information and skills needed to identify, address and prevent crime and violence in Kansas schools.  The 40-hour curriculum will cover SROs major responsibilities as well as Kansas School Laws, Student Development and the Brain, De-escalation  Techniques for Youth, Interviewing Youth, Drug Trends, and Single Officer Response.  

 

Core Competencies:

  • Participants will be able to decide upon prescribed courses of action or techniques that will provide a greater level of safety in a school environment, event or situation.
  • Participants will exhibit fairness in policing while giving people a voice and performing law enforcement duties with impartiality and the necessary level of transparency to sustain and strengthen public trust.

Instructional Methods:

  • Lecture
  • Discussion
  • Demonstration
  • Practical Exercises

Who Should Attend?

All certified law enforcement officers who are currently assigned or will be assigned as a School Resource Officer. 

 

Prerequisite:  

Must complete the two online training blocks on Mitigating Exposure to the Criminal Justice System prior to attending the SRO course.  These courses cover the requirements set forth by Senate Bill 367, laws related to the Kansas juvenile justice system.  Additionally, a Bias Free Policing course must be completed prior to attending.

The Office of the Kansas Attorney General will reimburse each participant's agency $300 of the registration fee upon successful completion of the course. This course will meet daily from 0800-1700.  The registration fee includes all meals and lodging; there will NOT be a pro-rated registration fee for those who do not lodge at KLETC.

Course pre-requisites
(required) Mitigating Juvenile Exposure to the Criminal Justice System - Section 01
(required) Mitigating Juvenile Exposure to the Criminal Justice System - Section 02
(recommended) FEPP

 

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NASRO

AMHT-SRO - McPherson, KS

March 20 - 21, 2023 | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location: 

McPherson Community Building
122 E Marlin St
McPherson, KS 67460

Contact: Brady Winkler

Phone: (620) 798-1864

Email: BRADYW@MCPCITY.COM



Host Agency:  McPherson Police Department


NASRO

Advanced SRO - Wichita, KS (KSJOA)

July 31 - August 3, 2023 | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location: 

Drury Plaza Hotel Broadview
400 W Douglas
Wichita, KS 67202

Contact: Jon Adkins

Phone: 316-217-2987

Email: ksjoa.2020@gmail.com

 

Host Agency:

Kansas Juvenile Officers Association (KSJOA)


Topeka PD


De-escalation Training – No Cost

February 17, 2023 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Topeka Police Regional Training Center, 2722 S. Topeka Blvd
Topeka, KS 66611 United States + Google Map

Free

De-escalation Training Topeka KS 2-17-23 NO COST   This 8-hour course, presented by Blue Shield Tactical, focuses on a real-world approach to communicating tactfully, which will allow you to have a baseline that will reduce liability, promote a professional image, build a rapport, and even save lives. This training is a hands-on scenario-based course that gets you involved in classroom participation that will provide results. This course delivers to you the necessary skills of persuasion that can be used immediately…

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Topeka PD


Motorcycle Crash Investigation

April 3, 2023 @ 8:00 am - April 7, 2023 @ 4:00 pm

Topeka Police Regional Training Center, 2722 S. Topeka Blvd
Topeka, KS 66611 United States + Google Map

$795

  Motorcycle Crash Investigation Topeka KS -Flyer   This 40-hour course will provide police officers with the knowledge and skills they need to investigate a motor vehicle crash involving a motorcycle. This course is designed to expand the thinking of current crash investigators with new ideas and concepts. According to NHTSA’s 2021 estimated findings, there were 6,101 deaths involved in motorcycle operations across the Nation. This comprehensive 5-day course covers what you need to know about these types of crashes…

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