Northwest Illinois Criminal Justice Commission
The IELTSB Executive Institute has worked with the 9-1-1 Administrator to offer the mandated course Telecommunicators – Trauma Informed Response to Sexual Assault/Abuse through its Online Learning Network
Just a friendly reminder- Each law enforcement agency that utilizes body worn cameras must provide a report to the I.L.E.T.S.B. by May 1 of each year. This ILCS mandate applies to all agencies in Illinois and is not based upon an agency receiving a camera grant for purchasing the system. ALL agencies using Body worn cameras must send in a report.
First time this training will be offered in Illinois! -In 2009 the IPC program was implemented in Texas to teach law enforcement officers how to recognize indicators of at-risk and endangered children who don't necessarily exhibit obvious signs of abuse. As a result of receiving this specialized and targeted training, law enforcement officers can more readily identify and rescue children, and arrest suspects. Between 2009 and February 2018 Texas state troopers have made 341 rescues attributed to this training.
News from the ILETSB Executive Institute-Online Learning Network
The Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board Executive Institute is pleased to announce the new course “Trauma-Informed Response to Sexual Assault/Abuse” is now available on the Online Learning Network.
See the Listing of Illinois Legislation that took effect January 1, 2019
See the Notable Legislation, Crime, Courts, Corrections and Law Enforcement, Environment, Firearms, FOID, etc
A list of the January/February 2019 training classes being offered by the Northwest Illinois Criminal Justice Commission.
We welcome members of other MTU's to attend our classes, sometimes at no cost to your agency!
The NICJC is seeking instructors for a first time ever in Illinois, train-the-trainer program. The Texas Department of Public Safety (TXDPS) has developed the training course, Interdiction for the Protection of Children (IPC), to help patrol officers identify and rescue endangered or exploited children and identify those who pose a high-risk threat to a child.
The basic I.P.C. class is April 8-9, 2019 in the Rockford area.