On-Line 8 hr. Trauma-Informed Response to Sexual Assault/ Abuse Course

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.


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Executive Institute Newsletter- October 2017

ILETSBEI NEWS

 

Executive Institute October Newsletter

This edition of ILETSBEI news features the Recommendations on Selection and Use of Personal Protective Equipment and Decontamination Products for First Responders Against Exposure Hazards to Synthetic Opioids, Including Fentanyl and Fentanyl Analogues by the Interagency Board.


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Executive Institute May Newsletter

ILETSBEI NEWS

Executive Institute May Newsletter

 

This edition of ILETSBEI news features a review of the 2017 Women in Criminal Justice Conference. Articles from various topics include Incorporating Social Justice into the Police Environment, Forensic Psychology: Practical Applications, Taming the Imposter, and Positive and Negative Effects of Implicit Bias.


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ILETSB Executive Institute Newsletter is On-line / New Sexual Assault Procedure Act
ILETSBEI NEWSExecutive Institute October NewsletterThis edition of ILETSBEI news features the wrap up of the State of American Policing pillars. The newsletter also includes articles on the new sexual assault laws, which hope to increase sexual assault prosecutions; Cybersecurity Awareness Month and Domestic Violence Awareness Month; and resources for law enforcement officers on working with victims with disabilities. Additionally, the Corrections Center article discusses a new publication about incarceration and whether it is the best way to keep communities safe.Furthermore, upcoming event information for the 2016 calendar year including numerous School and Campus Safety courses, Preventing and Responding to Homegrown Violent Extremism, and a farewell to Brock Merritt from the Executive Institute staff are included in this edition.To view the newsletter please click here.Here's an ExcerptNotes From the Board:New Law Aims to Increase Successful Sexual Assault Prosecutions Kelly GriffithA new law initiated by Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan and the Joint Sexual Assault Working Group will help encourage more sexual assault survivors to come forward and increase the successful prosecution of sexual assault crimes in Illinois. The Sexual Incident Procedure Act was initiated by Illinois Attorney General Madigan and the Joint Sexual Assault Working Group that was formed to address the factors that discourage survivors of sexual assault from reporting their crimes to law enf

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Executive Institute Offers Online Courses for Lead Homicide Investigator Training
The Illinois Law Enforcement Training & Standards Board (ILETSB) has approved a series of on-line Lead Homicide investigator courses to be offered by theExecutive Institute.Active Illinois certified law enforcement officers may register for an account with the Online Learning Network, a cost-free resource for online training. All MTU1 agency administrators have been supplied the access information and any officers needing to fulfill their hours should contact their designated training officers as soon as possible.The courses are: Case Prep and Courtroom Testimony 3 hours Crime Scene Identification 12 hours Fundamentals of Investigation - 7 hours Fundamentals of Report Writing 12 hours Interview and Interrogation 3 hours Media Relations 1 hourIf an officer has their current hours completed, these courses will still work for credit toward their next three year period if completed during that training cycle.

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ILETSBEI- Effective Police Supervision- Transformation to Leadership
ILETSB ExecutiveInstituteis offering- Effective Police Supervision- Transformation to LeadershipRegister now for the Effective Police Supervision course.Effective Police Supervision focuses on the first-line supervisors' function, effectiveness, proficiency and influence on creating an effective criminal justice agency. Participants will meet for three weeks of traditional classroom instruction with individual and group participation, online learning modules and written assignments including case studies, the SARA model, personal leadership philosophy and comprehensive supervision plans.Who Should AttendFirst Line SupervisorsPersons to be promoted ( 9 mos.)Officer-in-chargeTuitionTuition and lodging* for Illinois local law enforcement is provided by the ILETSB Executive Institute. A non-refundable administrative fee ($150) is due for persons accepted into the class by March 7, 2016. *Some exceptions may apply.All other expenses including transportation, meals and additional expenses are the responsibility of the participant and/or the nominating department.Visit this link to learn more and to register.     

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ILETSB Executive Institute Course Announcements
COURSE ANNOUNCEMENTSManaging the Small Law Enforcement AgencyandCulture and Character in LeadershipCulture and Character in LeadershipEveryday police officers face challenges ranging from petty annoyances to the risk of death in the line of duty. Exploring issues of courage, integrity, leadership, and character, this course and the companion text Unleashing the Power of Unconditional Respect examine ways to effect organizational change that helps police officers inspire community trust and support with every citizen contact.Co-author and presenter Charles "Chip" Huth will guide participants in this two-day course that presents a proven, well thought out plan, to enhance leadership and develop and improve culture and character in law enforcement. The foundation is built on understanding, integrity, relationships, courage and unconditional respect.Click on the link below to view the course announcement and register.WhenDecember 8-9, 20158:30 am - 4:30 pmWhereNorth Aurora Police Department200 Lincolnway StreetNorth Aurora, IL 60542Tuition Free!Registration Deadline: November 17Go to COURSE ANNOUNCEMENT Managing the Small Law Enforcement AgencySmall agency Executive, Commanders, and Supervisors need the information necessary to be an effective, efficient and contemporary leader. Challenging economic times requires police executives to be more resourceful with funds and to plan strategically.This two-day impactful course will discuss current issues and solutions to salient an

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Free on-line training on a variety of topics
The Illinois Law Enforcement Training & Standards Board Executive Institute provides free on-line training on a cross section of topics. click on the photo to see the list.

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Police Executive Role in the 21st Century Session M-221
Free Training Opportunity at the Executive Institute - Tuition & Lodging ProvidedPolice Executive Role in the 21st Century Session M-221The Police Executive Role in the 21st Century is a comprehensive and challenging program designed to guide law enforcement leaders in the right direction with professional development necessary for successful management and leadership of today's law enforcement agency. click here for more information.  When Week 1: October 19-22, 2015Week 2: November 16-19, 2015Week 3: December 14-17, 2015Application Deadline: September 18, 2015 Registration is limited.If the class is full, contact the Registrar to be placed on a waiting list.Contact Emilie Payne (Registrar), ILETSB Executive Institute (309) 298-2646 or registrar@iletsbei.comILETSB Executive Institute

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Effective Police Supervision- Transformation to Leadership
Training Opportunity offered by the ILETSB Executive Institute Tuition Covered by the ExecutiveInstitute / $150 Admin fee appliesEffective Police Supervision- Transformation to Leadership - Career Path Development for SupervisorsThis course focuses on the first-line supervisors' function, effectiveness, proficiency and influence on creating an effective criminal justice agency. A hybrid learning experience, participants will meet for three weeks of traditional classroom instruction with individual and group participation, online learning modules and written assignments including case studies, the SARA model, personal leadership philosophy and comprehensive supervision plans.Click herefor the course flyer.Who Should Attend-First Line Supervisor,In line for promotion (Within 9 months),Officer-in-chargeWhere-Orland Park Police Department,15100 South Ravinia Avenue,Orland Park, IL 60462WhenWeek 1: October 19-22, 2015Week 2:November 16-19, 2015Week 3: December 14-17, 2015Application Deadline:September 18, 2015 Registration is limited.If the class is full, contact the Registrar to be placed on a waiting list.TuitionTuition for Illinois local law enforcement is provided by the ILETSB Executive Institute. A non-refundable administrative fee ($150) is due for persons accepted into the class by October 1, 2015. Applicants will be invoiced. All other expenses including lodging, transportation, meals and additional expenses are the responsibility of the participant and/or the nominating

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