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Outside Training Opportunity
August 16, 2022 to August 19, 2022
Cherry Valley, IL
Active Threat Integrated Response Course
This course is designed to improve integration between law enforcement, fire, and emergency
medical services (EMS) in active shooter events. The course provides law enforcement officers
with key medical skills based on tactical emergency casualty care (TECC) guidelines that can
be used at the point of injury (POI) to increase survivability of victims. The course also provides
a model framework for law enforcement, fire, and EMS to integrate responses during an
active shooter event through the rescue task force concept using the Active Shooter Incident
Professional Disciplines: Law Enforcement, Fire Service, Emergency Medical Services
The target audience for the Direct Delivery version of this course includes:
• Police officers
• Fire personnel (fire fighters)
• EMS personnel working or volunteering for local, state, and tribal jurisdictions throughout the
United States and U.S. territories
The course is designed to accommodate 25 law enforcement officers and
15 fire or EMS providers.
The January 2021 Training Cases of the Month have been added to the case studies section of the website.
If you have an MUT1 website account you may participate in this training, law enforcement officers may submit an account request on the left side banner of the homepage
The Digest of Mandatory Police Training & Administrative Requirements has been updated. The digest is a compilation of State and Federal training mandates, along with the mandated administrative actions for agencies. click to see more
FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION
Can a Concealed Carry Licensee legally carry a concealed firearm while obeying Executive Order 2020-32?
On February 13, 2020 the Illinois Chiefs and Sheriff’s Associations released a joint sample letter addressed to Governor Pritzker and Legislative Leaders regarding the funding crisis for police training in Illinois
New Annual requirement for all Illinois Employers to Provide Sexual Harassment Training is an example of one mandate not included in the Illinois Police training Act, but you still need to make sure your officers receive
It is not police agency specific such as OSHA requiring Annual HazMat training.
Governor signs cannabis trailer bill; allows Law Enforcment Agencies to prohibit off-duty use
On December 4, 2019, Governor Pritzker signed the trailer bill amending the new marijuana law. It includes language to allow law enforcement agencies to prohibit off-duty use of marijuana.
BAO LMS Status Update
ILEAS and ISP have agreed that starting January 1, 2020, ISP will re-assume the daily management of the process. Further communication from ISP will be shared in the upcoming months as to what the process will be after January 1, 2020.
HOWEVER, the good news is that in the meantime, ILEAS plans to get EVERY OPERATOR through the recertification process PRIOR to December 31st.
The NICJC now has a page dedicated to helping officers locate needed personal services
Law Enforcement Counseling services - Substance Abuse Treatment - Peer Support - Suicide Prevention
Have you reviewed the Upcoming August/September/October 2019 classes?
The in-person 4 hour Review & Exam for the on-line Juv. Specialist Program has been set for
October 4, 2019 in Rockford.
This location will allow for MTU1, MTU2 and far north NEMRT members easy access to the in-person review and exam. Officers must have completed the on-line portion prior to this date
Common Bond Amounts
With recent changes to the Illinois Compiled Statutes and Illinois Supreme Court Rules related to bond amounts, the lists below are intended to provide a summary of common violations and the associated bond amounts.
The Illinois State Police has supplied a synopsis of the more common bonds as of July 15, 2019.
Here is a list of the July/August 2019 training offered by MTU1.
6/27/19 - The Supreme Court has ruled that police may, without a warrant, order blood drawn from an unconscious person suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol
Governor JB Pritzker, today, signed HB1613, which makes permanent the collection of data during traffic and pedestrian stops.
Did you know the School Safety Drill Act requirements change on January 1, 2020 ?
" No later than 90 days after the first day of each school year, schools must conduct at least one law enforcement drill that addresses an active threat or an active shooter within a school building."
Illinois now has its own "Interdiction for the Protection of Children" (IPC) instructors, trained by the Texas Department of Public Safety. The instructors are qualified to teach the Texas developed course, which trains officers to identify and question suspects, during regular patrol stops, who may be trafficking children or involved in child abductions.
Watch the video for more information on the program.
The 2019 Crisis Intervention Team Conference is designed to bring together law enforcement officers, correctional staff CIT trained professionals, community resources, consumers, and other interested stakeholders to discuss CIT program development, best practices, and other relevant information. The conference is June 3-4, 2019, at the Naperville Embassy Suites.
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.