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.
There is still time to register for these MTU1 training classes
Purpose: Students will compare policy information reference sniper teams, to include organizational policy and oversight along with conducting tests for the various effects of barriers on sniper ammunition
Sexual Assault Incident Procedure Act extends to New Telecommunicators
Newly hired Telecommunicators must receive evidence-based, trauma-informed, victim-centered training regarding the handling of sexual assault and sexual abuse calls prior to answering emergency calls.
November 9-11, 2018
Training Dates: August 22-23, 2018 16 Hours
COURSE CONTENT: Who should attend: This nationally acclaimed course is for law enforcement executives, supervisors, internal affairs investigators, human resource personnel and anyone who desires to understand law enforcement professional standards and internal affairs investigations including frontline supervisors and union officials.
Standardized Field Sobriety Testing Instructor Update
Date: July 10, 2018
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Location: Heartland Community College, Room NRC 1202 1500 W. Raab Road Normal, IL 61761
Evidence Based Interview & Interrogation class set for October 23-25, 2018
MTU1 has heard high praise for this training so we are bringing it to the region!
Interdiction for Protection of Children (IPC)
Planning has begun to bring this training to Illinois in March 2019
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Interdiction for Protection of Children (IPC) Program has become a nationwide effort to battle human trafficking and child exploitation.
Sweeping changes were made to all of Illinois Asset Forfeiture statutes
effective July 1, 2018.
Asset Forfeiture Law Update Training Scheduled for Freeport, IL on
June 19, 2018 from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Notice requirements, filing deadlines, proof of service, seizure thresholds, awarding of property, and burdens of proof have all changed, and a new reporting requirement has been added.
From the Illinois Law Enforcement Training & Standards Board
May 16, 2018 Statement from Director Fischer on Canines and Cannabis training
Check the MTU1 training calendar to view the current April and May 2018 classes.
2018 Leadership Series
New Chiefs' of Police Orientation
This cost-free New Chiefs' of Police Orientation is the one course a top law enforcement administrator must have to lead their department into the future.
There is still room in the February 27-28, 2018 Recruiting & Background Class in Freeport. Registration will be accepted through Monday February 19th.
Do you have a fire/police commissioner or mayor that should attend? They are welcome to attend “Day #1” and glean some very up to date and relevant information on recruiting and hiring practices.
The Northwest Illinois Criminal Justice Commission (NICJC) has begun a new partnership with the Dolan Consulting Group for the delivery of high quality training via the NICJC's distant learning network.
The project will deliver supervisory & administrative training in two-hour segments to the NICJC region. The Illinois specific training will provide chiefs/sheriffs with training qualified to meet their annual 20-hour training mandate.
MTU1's current list of training classes for February & March 2018.
The list of upcoming training beyond those months is located on the Future Training Courses webpage.
Check out these three days of training
Illinois Park Law Enforcement Associations annual conference in Galena, IL
Crime Scenes! Cold Case Homicide Solved! Motorcycle Gangs! Officer Involved Shootings!
What Can We Learn From Them?
All of these topics will be discussed, along with the facts that make these topics relevent to officers.
Watch the video and get a taste!
Lt. Col. David Grossman Presents:
“Safe Schools & Healthy Students” & “The Bullet Proof Mind”
Galena, IL October 11, 2017
2017 Illinois Problem-Oriented Policing Conference
Problem-oriented policing places a high value on new responses that are preventive in nature, engages other public agencies, the community, and the private sector when their involvement contributes to the reduction of a problem.