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"Surveillance" Level I

Event date:
07-30-2014
Event End Date:
07-31-2014
Cut off date:
07-28-2014
Capacity:
30
Individual Price:
$229.00
Location:
Clemson City Hall

Instructed by James C. Lilley, ICITAP Master Instructor and former Major Level Narcotics Task Force Member

Instructional Setting:  Classroom/Field      Duration:  16hrs  

COURSE DESCRIPTION: 

This course is designed to provide investigators, narcotics agents, as well as the street officer, with a basic understanding of how to conduct surveillance. Students will learn the skills and the personal attributes that are needed in order to achieve a successfully surveillance, as well as what type of equipment they should have at their disposal. 

Topics Include:  

  • Surveillance Defined

  • Personal Attributes Needed When Conducting Surveillance

  • Required Abilities

  • Knowledge of the Subject

  • Adaptability

  • Uses of Surveillance

  • Foot Surveillance

  • Vehicle Surveillance

  • Fixed Surveillance

  • Preparation

  • Determining Reconnaissance Information

  • Types of Equipment Needed

  • Operator Do’s and Don’ts

  • Guidelines for Conducting Surveillance

  • Practical Field Exercises for Agents 

INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL

The goal of this course is to provide the surveillance operator with the knowledge, utilization of personal attributes, and the equipment and skills necessary, to successfully conduct surveillance.

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Critical Incident Negotiations Level I - "The Tactical Negotiator"

Event date:
08-04-2014
Event End Date:
08-08-2014
Cut off date:
08-01-2014
Capacity:
25
Individual Price:
$595.00

Critical Incident Negotiations Level I-"The Tactical Negotiator"

Hosted by the Horry County Sheriff's Office, Conway,  SC  

Instructed by James C. Lilley, Certified Master Instructor. Jim has Twenty years of negotiations experience, nine of which were at the command level. Jim is a Past President of the SCCNA, and a Forming Council Member of the National Council of Negotiation Associations, where he helped to write National Guidelines for Negotiation Teams Natiowide.

Course Duration:  40hrs      Instructional Setting:  Classroom/Field  

Topics Include:

  • Introduction to Critical Incident NegotiationsCritical Incident Negotiations Team Design
  • Response Planning
  • Team/Department Standard Operating Procedures
  • “The First Forty-five Minutes”
  • Working with Command
  • Essential Communication Skills
  • Active Listening Skills
  • Throw Phone and other Communication Devices
  • Primary and Coach working as a team
  • Finding the Hook
  • Documenting the Negotiation
  • What is Negotiable
  • Theories of Motivation
  • Who is in Command?
  • Antisocial Personality Disorder
  • Borderline Personality Disorder
  • Paranoid Personality Disorder
  • Dependant Personality Disorder
  • The Surrender Process
  • Team Debriefing After the Incident
  • Dealing with the Critical Incident
  • Students will have two full days of working as a team while honing their skills in real life practical exercises

Supervision and Leadership Level II

Event date:
08-05-2014
Event End Date:
08-07-2014
Cut off date:
08-01-2014
Capacity:
30
Individual Price:
$325.00

"Hosted by the Greer Police Department, Greer, South Carolina"

Course Duration: 24hrs  Instructional Setting: Classroom

Instructed by Chief Gregg Jordan, a highly decorated police officer who has over 32 years of law enforcement, military & private security experience in the United States and the Middle East.

 
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to ensure a quality presentation of supervisory skills training for
Supervisors and soon to be Managers, in order to assist their subordinates in being successful law enforcement officers by creating a professional work environment. The course is designed to teach the skills, techniques and principles required to be a productive, diversified supervisor, leader and manager.
 
Topics Include:         
Overview and course introduction         
Leadership Styles        
Twenty Common Mistakes of Supervisors and Managers        
The Six Step Problem Solving Method         
Ethics        
Team Building        
Motivational Theories        
Policy Development        
Policy Development Continued         
Planning        
Budgeting        
Interpersonal Communication Skills         
Stress Management         
Dealing with the Media         
Supervising in Today’s Society         
Value Driven Leadership         
Review and TEST

 

"Interview and Interrogation" Level I

Event date:
08-11-2014
Event End Date:
08-12-2014
Cut off date:
08-08-2014
Capacity:
30
Individual Price:
$249.00
Location:
Clemson City Hall

"Hosted by the Clemson Police Department"

Course Duration: 16hrs    Instructional Setting:  Classroom

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course is designed to provide the law enforcement officer with the knowledge, skills, and techniques necessary when conducting criminal interviews and interrogations, with an emphasis on Miranda use, communication and listening skills, body language, as well as the importance of proper documentation of the interview or interrogation.

Topics Include:

  • Interview or Interrogation?
  • The Purpose of an Interview
  • The Purpose of an Interrogation
  • Guidelines for Conducting and Interview or an Interrogation
  • Proper Locations to Conduct and Interview or an Interrogation
  • Planning and Preparing the Interview or Interrogation
  • Background Information; Knowing Your Case!
  • When is Miranda Required?
  • Does the Accused Have the Capacity to Understand Their Miranda Rights?
  • Has the Accused Invoked Their Miranda Rights?
  • How Many Investigators Are Too Many?
  • Practice Good Listening Skills
  • Ask Open Ended Questions
  • Paralinguistic Cues
  • Physiological Changes
  • The Power of Persuasion
  • Documenting the Interview or Interrogation
  • What to Avoid When Conducting an Interview or an Interrogation
  • Who Has the Authority to Offer a Deal?
  • Practical Exercises with Students

"Courtroom Survival"

Event date:
08-20-2014
Event End Date:
08-22-2014
Cut off date:
08-18-2014
Capacity:
30
Individual Price:
$359.00

"Hosted by the Greer Police Department, Greer, South Carolina

Instructed by Law Professor Ronald H. Wilson, J.D.

Course Duration: 24hrs  Instructional Setting:  Classroom

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course is designed to help the law enforcement officer understand how court proceedings work, and what their role is as witness for the State. Collecting evidence and documenting facts are two of the most important aspects of the criminal law. This course will provide the law enforcement officer with the knowledge required to properly and professionally prepare their case, and how to testify to the facts of the case under Direct Examination, as well as Cross Examination. Knowledge and understanding of the lengthy court process that follows arrest makes it easier for the law enforcement officer to properly prepare their case for court, and testify to the facts while maintaining decorum.

Topics Include:

  • The Law
  • Ethics
  • Courtroom Tactics
  • Advocacy
  • The Psychology of Persuasion
  • Preparation Methods
  • Performance Skills
  • What is an Expert Witness?
  • Criminal Procedure
  • Judicial Systems
  • Participant Roles in the Judicial System
  • Police Function
  • Testimony
  • Your Role as a Witness
  • General Rules
  • Common Objections
  • Handling Cross Examination
  • Arrest Authority
  • Police Searches
  • Search and Seizure Issues
  • Appeals
  • Special Trials
  • Civil Suits

 

DETECTIVE LEVEL I

Event date:
08-25-2014
Event End Date:
08-29-2014
Cut off date:
08-21-2014
Capacity:
30
Individual Price:
$595.00

"Hosted by the Bluffton Police Department, Bluffton, SC"

Course Duration:  40 hours      Instructional Setting:  Classroom/Field

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course is designed to provide the new investigator with a comprehensive examination of the skills, tools and techniques required to conduct successful criminal investigations. The law enforcement investigator will gain an understanding of how to utilize the techniques and tools learned in order to conduct a lawful and proper criminal investigation with an emphasis placed on interview and interrogation, evidence collection, and crime scene preservation. 

Topics include:

  • Introduction to Criminal Investigations

  • Investigating Sex Offenses

  • Larceny Investigations

  • Investigating a Robbery

  • Burglary

  • Death Investigations

  • Checklist for Homicide Investigators

  • Arson and Explosive Evidence

  • Physical and Trace Evidence

  • Fingerprint Evidence

  • Toolmark Evidence

  • Firearm Evidence

  • Shoeprint and Tire Impressions

  • Examining Questioned Documents

  • Crime Scene Preservation and Documentation

  • Crime Scene Processing

  • Investigative Sources

  • Interviewing Victims and Witnesses

  • Conducting an Interrogation

  • Crime Scene Photography

  • Conducting Surveillance

  • Case File Preparation

  • Courtroom Testimony

  • Investigative Exercises 

INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL:

The goal of this course is to provide the law enforcement investigator with time tested and cutting edge investigative tactics and techniques that will allow the investigator to conduct a proper and lawful criminal investigation leading to arrest and successful prosecution of criminal offenders.  

CRIMINAL AWARNESS AND INTERDICTION TRAINING-"IDENTIFYING TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME AND TERRORISM

Event date:
09-03-2014
Event End Date:
09-05-2014
Cut off date:
08-29-2014
Capacity:
30
Individual Price:
$395.00

“Hosted by the City of Charleston Police Department, SC, April 16-18, 2014” 

 

Instructed by Robert “Bob” Gaugler, Captain, NJSP. Captain Gaugler is a Court Recognized and Certified Expert in the field of Organized Criminal Groups and Drug Trafficking Techniques. Captain Gaugler, an FBI National Academy Graduate, holds a Masters Degree in Professional Education, as well as a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration.

 

Course Duration:  24hrs       Instructional Setting:  Classroom

This course is designed to provide the law enforcement officer with a comprehensive perspective of the criminal activities, techniques, and potential threats associated to Transnational Organized Crime and Global Terrorism. The law enforcement officer will gain an understanding of criminal indicators, smuggling trends and techniques which are utilized by criminal organizations/gangs, smuggling networks and terror operatives. The course further illustrates how organized crime syndicates and terrorists exploit various private sector companies within the transportation industry. The course provides best practices and methods for the law enforcement officer to identify criminal activity through confidential sources, intelligence led policing, and enhancing cooperative investigations. This course is modeled after a highly successful operation called "Operation Safe Passage", developed by the New Jersey State Police to combat drug trafficking, organized crime, cargo theft and domestic terrorism. The course provides and illustrates case study analysis, investigative overviews and awareness on the following topics:

 

*   Identification of Criminal Indicators, Trends, & Tactics Utilized by TOC & Terrorists.

 *   Investigation of TOC Smuggling Networks & Operatives.

 *   Awareness of Criminal Activities & Crimes Involving Organized Crime Groups/Gangs &Terrorists. 

 *   Developing Corporate & Private Sector Relationships to Enhance Arrests, Investigations & Intelligence Efforts. 

 *   Homeland Security Enhancement Methods & Awareness of Threats Associated to the Transportation Industry. 

 *   Identification & Investigative Techniques to Combat Criminal Activity Associated to the Transportation Industry;  such as, Hotel/Lodging Industry, Trucking Industry, Freight Forwarding & Parcel Industry, Vehicle Rental Industry, & Self Storage Industry.  

*  Confidential Informant/Source Development & Building Private Sector Cooperation/Civilian Assistance. 

*  Developing Partnerships Between Law Enforcement & Corporate Industry Employees. 

*  Developing Training Methods to Increase Private Sector Cooperation. 

*  Developing Multi-Agency Cooperation & Inter-agency Cohesiveness. 

*  Enhance Operational Planning Efforts & Strategic Targeting. 

*  Awareness & Development of “All Threats, All Crimes, & All Hazards Concept”. 

*  Enhance Investigative Awareness of Threats Associated to Commercial Motor Vehicles & Terrorism. 

*  Enhance Investigative Awareness of Cargo Theft & Robbery. 

*  Enhance Investigative Awareness of Official Corruption Associated to TOC. 

*  Develop Understanding & Utilization of Intelligence Led Policing Paradigm.  

 

Critical Incident Negotiations Level 1-

Event date:
09-15-2014
Event End Date:
09-19-2014
Cut off date:
09-12-2014
Capacity:
25
Individual Price:
$595.00

"Hosted by the Greer Police Department, Greer, South Carolina"

Instructed by: James C. Lilley, Master Instructor, Former HCPD CINT Commander w/20yrs Negotiations Experience. Jim is a Past President of the South Carolina Crisis Negotiators Association, and a forming Council Member of the National Council of Negotiations Associations. As a forming council member, Jim helped write National Guidelines to assist Critical Incident Negotiation Teams across the Nation.

Course Duration: 40hrs  Classroom and Field setting 

 
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course is designed to ensure a quality presentation of critical incident negotiation
skills training for hostage and barricaded suicide negotiation teams, in order
for them to bring about a peaceful resolution to critical incidents. This course is designed
to teach the basic skills, techniques and concepts required of any critical incident negotiator,
with an emphasis on communication and active listening.
Topics Include:          
Introduction to Critical Incident Negotiations        
Critical Incident Negotiations Team Design        
Response Planning        
Team/Department Standard Operating Procedures        
“The First Forty-five Minutes”         
Working with Command         
Essential Communication Skills         
Active Listening Skills         
Throw Phone and other Communication Devices         
Primary and Coach working as a team         
Finding the Hook         
Documenting the Negotiation         
What is Negotiable         
Theories of Motivation         
Who is in Command?         
Antisocial Personality Disorder         
Borderline Personality Disorder         
Paranoid Personality Disorder         
Dependant Personality Disorder         
The Surrender Process         
Team Debriefing After the Incident         
Dealing with the Critical Incident         
Students will have two full days of working as a
team while honing their skills in real life practical exercises
 

Critical Incident Negotiations Level II

Event date:
09-29-2014
Event End Date:
10-03-2014
Cut off date:
09-25-2014
Capacity:
25
Individual Price:
$595.00

"Hosted by the City of Charleston Police Department", Charleston, SC"

Instructed by: James C. Lilley, Master Instructor, Former HCPD CINT Commander w/20yrs Negotiations Experience. Jim is a Past President of the South Carolina Crisis Negotiators Association, and a forming Council Member of the National Council of Negotiations Associations. As a forming council member, Jim helped write National Guidelines to assist Critical Incident Negotiation Teams across the Nation.

Course Duration:  40hrs  Instructional Setting: Classroom/Field

Course Description:  

This course is designed to ensure a quality presentation of advanced critical incident negotiation skills training for hostage and barricaded suicide negotiation teams, with an emphasis on advanced communication, active listening, and effective questioning techniques. Completion of an approved Critical Incident Negotiations Level I course is a prerequisite to this Level II course.

Topics Include:

  • Tactical Team use of a Tactical Negotiator
  • Active Listening Skills II
  • Advanced Communication Techniques-“Effective Questioning”
  • The Power of Persuasion
  • Designing the Team Intell Board
  • The Barricaded Suicide Call-PTSD Subject
  • Mental Disorders and Negotiations II
  • Negotiating with a “Jumper”
  • Negotiating in a School Setting
  • Negotiating in a Corrections Setting
  • Supervising and Managing the Team
  • Stress Management Before and After the Incident
  • Case Studies
  • Students will have three full days of working as a team, experiencing the duties of each team member, while honing their skills in real life practical exercises

DETECTIVE LEVEL I

Event date:
10-27-2014
Event End Date:
10-31-2014
Cut off date:
10-23-2014
Capacity:
30
Individual Price:
$579.00

"Hosted by the Central Shenandoah Criminal Justice Training Academy, Weyers Cave, Virginia"

Course Duration:  40 hours      Instructional Setting:  Classroom/Field

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course is designed to provide the new investigator with a comprehensive examination of the skills, tools and techniques required to conduct successful criminal investigations. The law enforcement investigator will gain an understanding of how to utilize the techniques and tools learned in order to conduct a lawful and proper criminal investigation with an emphasis placed on interview and interrogation, evidence collection, and crime scene preservation. 

Topics include:

  • Introduction to Criminal Investigations

  • Investigating Sex Offenses

  • Larceny Investigations

  • Investigating a Robbery

  • Burglary

  • Death Investigations

  • Checklist for Homicide Investigators

  • Arson and Explosive Evidence

  • Physical and Trace Evidence

  • Fingerprint Evidence

  • Toolmark Evidence

  • Firearm Evidence

  • Shoeprint and Tire Impressions

  • Examining Questioned Documents

  • Crime Scene Preservation and Documentation

  • Crime Scene Processing

  • Investigative Sources

  • Interviewing Victims and Witnesses

  • Conducting an Interrogation

  • Crime Scene Photography

  • Conducting Surveillance

  • Case File Preparation

  • Courtroom Testimony

  • Investigative Exercises 

INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL:

The goal of this course is to provide the law enforcement investigator with time tested and cutting edge investigative tactics and techniques that will allow the investigator to conduct a proper and lawful criminal investigation leading to arrest and successful prosecution of criminal offenders.