TEST DATE- On-Line 40 Hr. Juvenile Specialist Program - Rockford
Members' Fee: $75
Sworn Non-Members' Fee: $0
Non-Members' Fee: $75
Officers Must Have Completed the On-Line Course Content Prior to This Date
TEST DATE: March 6, 2020 Registration Ends: February 10, 2020
Test/Review TIME: 9:00 AM—1:00 PM 36 hour online / 4 hour in person review/exam
LOCATION: This Course is presented on-line. The review and exam will be offered on the above date at the NITAB training room located at 527 Colman Center Drive Rockford, IL
INSTRUCTOR: Review and Exam conducted by Brian Galske
Juvenile officers have a unique role, not only in enforcing laws but also in responding to family problems in a compassionate and effective manner. Their position requires them to act as protectors of youth and society as a whole, by investigating criminal acts for findings of "delinquency and in supporting youths in growing out of adolescence" without experiencing the stigma of police involvement.
This online, web-based training program has been designed by NEMRT, along with experts from the fields of juvenile law, social work, and law enforcement, to provide newly-assigned or promoted juvenile officers with the skills, knowledge, and behaviors needed for success in the position.
Officers who take this web-based course and pass the examination given at the end of the mandatory review session will be Illinois state-certified Juvenile Officers - just as if they had attended a traditional classroom training course.
To gain access to the web-based program, departments must have purchased the program through NEMRT. Individual officers will then be able to log in and review the course materials online through the NEMRT website.
Departments are to register their officers for the review/test date as listed above with MTU1. The review session is conducted by an instructor prior to administering the test.
OFFICERS MUST HAVE VIEWED THE ONLINE COURSE CONTENT PRIOR TO THE REVIEW/TEST DATE. Officers must attend the mandatory review/test date to receive certification. If your officer has not completed the online portion seven days prior to their registered review/test date, please contact MTU1. Failing to do so will result in a billing of $75.00.
For information on how to gain access to the web-based program go to the MTU1 website and see the page 40 hr. Specialist page, located under the “Training” tab.
THIS IS NOT A PUBLIC MEETING
Important Information to Access Rockford Classroom -to be allowed entrance to the NITAB’s Rockford building (527 Colman Center Drive), students must have visible law enforcement/ correctional officer identification at the NITAB entrance. Identification can be a Dept. I.D. or Dept. badge. This will show the person controlling building access that you are authorized to enter the building for training purposes, without going through the process of signing in as a guest.
NITAB has parking and entrance directions on their website- http://nitab.org/page/19/driving-directions