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Critical Incident Negotiations Level II

Event date:
07-11-2016
Event End Date:
07-15-2016
Cut off date:
07-07-2016
Capacity:
25
Individual Price:
$549.00

Hosted by the Central Shenandoah Criminal Justice Training Academy – July 11-15, 2016

Course Duration: 40 hours Instructional Setting: Classroom/Field 

Instructed by: James (Jim) C. Lilley, Certified Master Instructor.

Jim has 20yrs 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 in 2001, he was invited by the DOJ and the FBI to help write National Guidelines for Negotiation teams Nationwide. 

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

     

INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL

This course is designed to provide the active critical incident negotiator with the advanced skills, techniques and concepts needed to bring about a peaceful resolution to a critical incident. At the end of this course, the negotiator will have demonstrated the role of each team member through practical exercises, as well as perform the functions of supervising and managing a negotiations team. This course is also designed to instruct Primary negotiators in the use of various questioning techniques to elicit root causes of the critical incident. Effective questioning and communication is the key to active negotiations. An understanding as well as practical knowledge of these concepts and skills is fundamental for critical incident negotiation teams to be successful in bringing about a peaceful resolution to the critical incidents they will encounter.

 

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"CSI Level I"

Event date:
07-12-2016
Event End Date:
07-14-2016
Cut off date:
07-08-2016
Capacity:
30
Individual Price:
$349.00

"Hosted by the Virginia Beach Sheriff's Office Training Academy, Virginia Beach, VA"

Course Duration:  24hrs         Instructional Setting:  Classroom

Instructor:  Lieutenant Cestare is actively employed in law enforcement in the State of South Carolina as the Commanding Officer of the Crime Scene Investigations Unit and the Property & Evidence Section of the Horry County Police Department. Lieutenant Cestare assists in the investigation of homicides and violent crimes and specializes in crime scene reconstruction, photography, preservation of evidence, evidence handling and processing, casting of tire and shoe impressions, latent prints, blood pattern analysis, and trajectory analysis. He is charged with the forensics portion of the investigation, from arrival at the scene all the way through providing expert testimony at trial. He is required to preserve, collect, process, testify and present evidence in court. All of these skills are applied to physical evidence to determine if the evidence matches the version of events provided by victims, witnesses, or suspects. Lieutenant Cestare began his career in law enforcement over 30 years ago having started 1981 in the New York City Housing Authority Police Department where the concept of vertical patrol evolved. He retired from the City of New York, where he was a Detective Commander in charge of the Major Case Investigations Unit / Elevator Vandalism Squad. During his tenure with New York City, he was twice awarded the highest honor that can be bestowed upon a Police Officer, the NYC Medal of Honor, and the NY Yankees Medal of Honor. Several of Lieutenant Cestare’s cases have been featured in documentaries, news shows and prime time specials. He is a published author in the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin. He brings with him a tremendous amount of insight into the field of forensics and crime scene investigations. Lieutenant Cestare holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Empire State College, the State University of New York, in Criminal Justice and Psychology. Lieutenant Cestare has worked with city, county, state, and federal governmental agencies in various law enforcement aspects and criminal investigations. He is eager to assist security agencies, law enforcement agencies and personnel in their endeavors to become well educated in the field of crime scene investigations and forensics.

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to help the law enforcement officer understand the dynamics of responding, recognizing, preserving and processing crime scenes. Crime scenes present a challenge of documenting and preserving evidence for courtroom presentation at a later date. The collection of evidence and documentation of facts are two of the most important aspects of crime scene response.

                Topics Include:    

    • Types of Crime Scenes

    • Duties of the First Responder

    • Determining the Extent of the Scene(s)

    • Equipment Needed for Processing

    • Preliminary Search and Conditions Subject to Change

    • Proper Documentation of the Crime Scene

    • Authority to Search to include Warrants, Consent, Exigent Circumstances

    • Rules of Evidence and Processing

    • Various Search Locations

    • Crime Scene Photography

    • Personal Protective Clothing

    • Searching Residences, Commercial Establishments, Vehicles

    • Evidence Handling, Preservation of Evidence, Chain of Custody

    • Conducting a Final Survey and Release of Scene

    • DNA, Fingerprints, Chemicals

 

INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL:  This course is intended to provide the law enforcement officer with a close examination of crime scenes to include; from response and determining the equipment needed, to documenting the scene and evidence, to processing the scene and gathering evidence, to packaging and preserving evidence. This course is designed to deal with the presenting crime scene investigation and the rules and principles surrounding preservation of evidence. This course will give First Responders, Investigators and other law enforcement officers a basic understanding of crime scene response and investigation, which will enable them to succeed in not only the field of law enforcement, but in their preparation and presentation in court.   

 

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"Methamphetamine Awareness and Identification"

Event date:
07-20-2016
Event End Date:
07-20-2016
Cut off date:
07-18-2016
Capacity:
30
Individual Price:
$149.00

"Hosted by the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Training Academy"

Course Duration:  8Hrs      Instructional Setting:  Classroom

Instructor: John Griffin; John started his career in the United States Army serving as a Combat Medic and a Combat Lifesaver Instructor. After serving his Country, John wanted to serve in another capacity, and became a Law Enforcement Officer in gthe State of South Carolina. John still serves as a certified Law Enforcement Officer at the rank Sergeant,  and has an expertise in Gang and Narcotics Investigations, and specializes in Clandestine Lab Investigations. John is certified through the DEA as a Clan Lab Tech, a Clan Lab Site Safety Officer/Instructor, a Clan Lab Entry Tactical Raid Operator, an Advanced Clan Lab Investigator, and a Certified Hazardous Material Tech. John is also the Founder of the 15th Circuit Tactical Meth Enforcement Team, where he has spent much of his time educating law enforcement officers on Methamphetamine Awareness as well as Meth Identification and the dangers law enforcement officers face that go along with Methamphetamine and the Clandestine Labs used by Meth cooks to produce the extremely addictive Narcotic. John is eager to parlay his experience and knowledge to helping law enforcement officer’s gain the skills knowledge required to identify the extremely addictive Narcotic Methamphetamine.   

COURSE DESCRIPTION: 

This course is designed to ensure a quality presentation of the dangers presented to law enforcement officers in dealing with Methamphetamine. Officers will receive a brief history of Methamphetamine, to include videos and photos of Meth, Meth Labs, Meth Addicts, and the dangers officers face when coming into contact with Meth Labs and Meth addicts themselves.

   Topics Include:   

  • A Brief History on Amphetamines and Methamphetamines

  • Meth Lab Fires (Videos)

  • Methamphetamines as a Schedule II Controlled Substance

  • Central Nervous System Depressants and Stimulants

  • Methamphetamine and How it Effects the Body

  • “Meth Babies”

  • Methods of Cooking Meth and the Chemicals/Components Used to Produce it

  • Tracking Pseudo-ephedrine

  • Meth Recipes; Anhydrous Ammonia, Jail House Recipe. Etc.

  • Lab Equipment and other Household Items Used to Cook Meth

  • Statues Relating to Methamphetamine

  • What to Do if You Suspect a Meth Lab - Protecting Yourself and the Land   

 

INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL : To provide the Law Enforcement Officer, Narcotics Officer, Investigator, etc., with a basic knowledge and understanding of how Methamphetamine is produced, the chemicals and materials used for production, and the dangers law enforcement is presented with when coming into contact with the drug. It is also the goal of the course to show what Methamphetamine does to an individual under the influence of the drug, and its long term use. 

Global Police Solutions, LLC is an Approved Industry Provider of Advanced Law Enforcement training Throughout the United States and Abroad.

 

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Critical Incident Negotiations Level II

Event date:
07-25-2016
Event End Date:
07-29-2016
Cut off date:
07-21-2016
Capacity:
25
Individual Price:
$549.00

"Hosted by the Harrision County Law Enforcement Training Academy, Gulfport, MS"

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 in 2001, was invited by the FBI and the DOJ to DC to form a National Council of Negotiations Associations, and 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

COURSE GOAL: This course is designed to provide the active critical incident negotiator with the advanced skills, techniques and concepts needed to bring about a peaceful resolution to a critical incident. At the end of this course, the negotiator will have demonstrated the role of each team member through practical exercises, as well as perform the functions of supervising and managing a negotiations team. This course is also designed to instruct Primary negotiators in the use of various questioning techniques to elicit root causes of the critical incident. Effective questioning and communication is the key to active negotiations. An understanding as well as practical knowledge of these concepts and skills is fundamental for critical incident negotiation teams to be successful in bringing about a peaceful resolution to the critical incidents they will encounter.

"Critical Incident Negotiators are an Agencies Liability Limiters"

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"Money Laundering Investigation"

Event date:
08-08-2016
Event End Date:
08-12-2016
Cut off date:
08-03-2016
Capacity:
30
Individual Price:
$629.00

Hosted by the Lexington County Sheriff's Department, Lexington, SC

Course Duration:  40Hrs      Instructional Setting:  Classroom

Instructed by Nina Blemmer is a retired Resident Special Agent in Charge of the DEA. She is an accomplished investigator of narcotics, financial, and major crimes, as well as a contract advisor for targeting, intelligence, and international counter-narcotics and financial crimes. She holds credentials as a Profession Certified Investigator (PCI) and a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE). She began her law enforcement career as a Police Officer with Norfolk and Virginia Beach Police Departments before becoming a Special Agents with the U.S Government. Nina Blemmer has worked in a number of locations throughout the U.S. and several foreign countries. She has been involved in countless drug and financial cases from inception through complex investigation and tracking activities and proceeds of crime, to successful prosecution or adjudication. As a leader and serving in a diplomatic capacity, she has overseen international and domestic investigations and managed a number of task forces. Her experience, specialized training, and expertise has provided her with the insight of the challenges of complex investigations into criminal organizations. Following her 23 year DEA career, Nina served for a few more years and in Iraq and Afghanistan as a law enforcement advisor to U.S. Military and coalition forces, where she provided expertise in Rule of Law, investigations, intelligence, forensic evidence collection/management, targeting, counter-terrorism, financial and narcotics crimes. She is also certified in cyber forensic investigation and counter-intelligence, and is a Qualified Workplace Violence Specialist. Nina Blemmer has provided a number of presentations, most recently regarding security and cyber security for business travelers. She provides mentoring to other professionals and to community members. In addition to various professional certifications, she holds a Master of Arts degree in Communication from the University of Oklahoma and is planning to pursue a second Masters in Forensic Accounting.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  Financial crimes including money laundering and terrorist financing are some of the most challenging investigations requiring tenacity and skill. Today’s investigators must focus on complex and sophisticated financial crimes, many with global significance in order to extinguish criminal organizations. This course is designed to assist and enhance the skills of an investigator to combat the laundering of criminal proceeds. The Introduction to Financial Crimes presentation is provided in a reduced format as it is anticipated that most attendees are investigators or managers with some rudimentary knowledge of financial crimes. Throughout the program, all attendees should anticipate participating in short exercises and review of case studies and discussions.

Topics Include 

  • Indicators of Financial Crimes

  • Terms and Definitions for Financial Crimes

  • Money Laundering, Fraud, and Terrorist Financing Overview

  • Effects of Money Laundering (Social and Economic Impact and Costs)

  • Money Laundering Techniques: State, National, and International level

  • Stages of Money Laundering and “Vehicles of Vulnerability” used by the perpetrator

  • Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Laws and which ones suit your investigation

    • State and Local Laws

    • Federal Laws

    • International Regulations and Assistance (FATF, Egmont, Treaties, MLATs, etc.)

  • Collaboration with Other Law Enforcement Agencies

  • Cooperation with Civilian Agencies, Companies and Regulators

  • Gathering Facts and Investigative Techniques

    • Covert Versus Overt Operations

    • Leads from Police, Informants, Citizens, and Business Personnel

    • Evidence(public, restricted, protected) vs. Information

    • Other Agencies and the Prosecutors

    • Surveillance

    • Technical Surveillance (various TIII and other means)

    • Trash and Other Fun Tactics

    • Undercover Operations

    • Obtaining Documents, Refining Data, and Analysis

    • Using Other Sources of Information

    • Information Technology: Tool and Evidence

    • OSINT (not just public records from the courthouse)

    • The Deep Web

    • Documenting Cyber-Intelligence and Evidence

    • Case Management and Organization

    • Software Programs and Commercial Services

  • The Financial Investigation

    • Financial Profiles

    • Financial Institutions, Corporate/Business, Casino, MSBs, Trade-based, Insurance, Retail and Other Records

    • Tax Records and Ex Parte Orders

    • Net Worth Analysis and Other Tools

    • Demonstrating Income from Other/Unknown Sources

    • Identifying Hidden Assets from Documents and Information

    • Tracing Funds (checks, cash, wire, EFTs, SWIFT, CHIP, to and from Domestic/Offshore)

  • Furthering the Investigation: Peripheral Associates and Businesses (Dismantle the Criminal Organization

  • Interviews – Tactics prior to, during, and post-investigation

  • Subpoenas, Warrants, and Court Orders

  • Presentation for Prosecution – Civil and Criminal,

  • Asset Forfeiture (Analyzing, Freezing and Seizing): What is the best choice?

    • Federal

    • State/Local

    • International

    • Civil, Criminal and Administrative Forfeiture

  • Indictments (persons, corporations, and property)

  • Case Challenges by the Defense and Discovery Process

  • Court preparation or adjudication

 

INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL: The goal is of this course is to provide investigators with training in detecting/determining if a financial crime is being committed, development and investigating the case, forfeiture proceedings and the prosecution/adjudication. This course will also assist in case management decision making, establishing protocols to work as the sole agency or as a participant with other state, federal or international agencies, and obtaining resources. Investigators will learn how to collaborate and develop cases with other law enforcement and civilian participants using traditional and non-tradition methods and means to financially disrupt and neutralize criminal organizations. Legal considerations and presentation will be custom tailored to the specific audience and state/local laws and cases.

 Global Police Solutions, LLC is an approved advanced law enforcement training company, who provides professional training for today’s law enforcement throughout the United States and Abroad.

 

 

 

Supervision and Leadership Level II

Event date:
08-10-2016
Event End Date:
08-12-2016
Cut off date:
08-08-2016
Capacity:
50
Individual Price:
$329.00

"Hosted by the Harrison County Law Enforcement Training Academy - Gulfport, MS 

Instructor:  James C. Lilley - The Director of Global Police Solutions, LLC, Jim brings with him over twenty-five years of law enforcement experience both Nationally and Internationally. He holds a Bachelor of Sciencedegree in Criminal Justice as well as an ICITAP Master Instructor certification, and is a member of the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association. Jim is well diversified in law enforcement, and has served in such supervisory and management roles as a Corporal, Detective, Major Level Narcotics Task Force Agent, Detective Sergeant, Patrol Sergeant, Training Sergeant and as a Training Division Commander/Lieutenant. While serving four years in Iraq with the police training mission, Jim served as a Senior Mentor, Lead Trainer, Training Center Support Team Leader, and as the Acting Regional Commander for AAB 5, Southern Iraq where he received a Certificate of Appreciation for Dedication and Initiative from Lieutenant General Helmick, USA, Commanding General, Multi-National Security Transition Command-Iraq.

Course Duration: 24hrs  Instructional Setting: Classroom
 
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
  • Planning
  • Budgeting
  • Interpersonal Communication Skills
  • Stress Management
  • Dealing with the Media
  • Supervising in Today’s Society 
  • Value Driven Leadership       

INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL 

To instill professional attitudes in supervisors and soon to be managers, as well as providing them with the skills, techniques, and basic concepts of modern supervision principles. An understanding of these concepts is fundamental for supervisors to be successful as mentors, trainers, and as leaders of their agencies. A properly trained professional supervisor is one of the best weapons any law enforcement agency can have in their arsenal, as they will pass on their training and professional attitude to the younger officers. In today’s litigious society, you can help to avoid unnecessary litigation due to “failure to train” or “improper training” of supervisors and officers alike, by affording your officers the proper tools and skills needed to function in modern law enforcement. Global Police Solutions, LLC is committed to our clients and believes in “Instilling professionalism through training”.                      

 

Global Police Solutions, LLC is an Approved Advanced Law Enforcement Training Provider throughout the United States and Abroad. Global Police Solutions; Professional Training for Today's Law Enforcement.

 

Handgun & M4/M16 Armorer's Course

Event date:
08-10-2016
Event End Date:
08-12-2016
Cut off date:
08-05-2016
Capacity:
25
Individual Price:
$369.00

Hosted by the New Orleans Police Department, New Orleans, Louisiana

Course Duration:   24hrs    Instructional Setting:  Classroom 

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to ensure a quality presentation of the skills needed to maintain, service, and repair the law enforcement semi-auto pistol and the M4/AR/M16 weapon systems. This is an intense armorer course, as students will learn to fully disassemble, to include gas tube and barrel removal, and then build their weapon back from scratch.

Topics Include:

  • Overview and course introduction
  • Proper cleaning and lubrication    
  • Field stripping the LE Semi-Auto Handgun  
  • Preventive maintenance
  • Use of the Glock Armorer’s tool    
  • Further disassembly
  • Common replacement parts such as a trigger spring, connector, slide release      
  • Reassembly
  • Field Stripping of the M-4/M-16 Weapon System
  • Further disassembly
  • Internal parts inspection
  • Repair and replace
  • Complete Reassembly
  • Building an M-4/M-16 Weapon System
  • Function testing      
  • Parts interchangeability    
  • Performance & customization

  

INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL: To instill professional skills, techniques, and basic concepts of the function of the LE Handgun and the M-4/M16 weapon systems. Each student will leave this course with the knowledge and skills necessary in order to repair, replace parts, and conduct an overall weapon system check to ensure the weapon is functionalized for issue and everyday service. 

"Critical Incident Negotiations Level II"

Event date:
08-15-2016
Event End Date:
08-19-2016
Cut off date:
08-10-2016
Capacity:
25
Individual Price:
$549.00

"Hosted by the Virginia Beach Sheriff's Office Training Academy, Virginia Beach, VA"

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

 

 Course Goal:  This course is designed to provide the active critical incident negotiator with the advanced skills, techniques and concepts needed to bring about a peaceful resolution to a critical incident. At the end of this course, the negotiator will have demonstrated the role of each team member through practical exercises, as well as perform the functions of supervising and managing a negotiations team. This course is also designed to instruct Primary negotiators in the use of various questioning techniques to elicit root causes of the critical incident. Effective questioning and communication is the key to active negotiations. An understanding as well as practical knowledge of these concepts and skills is fundamental for critical incident negotiation teams to be successful in bringing about a peaceful resolution to the critical incidents they will encounter 

Critical Incident Negotiators – An Agencies Liability Limiters…

                                       “Professional Training for Today’s Law Enforcement”

                                                 WWW.GLOBALPOLICESOLUTIONS.COM

                                                 Call Us Toll Free At: 855-4GPSTRAINING

 

 

 

"Public Speaking for Law Enforcement"

Event date:
08-23-2016
Event End Date:
08-24-2016
Cut off date:
08-18-2016
Capacity:
25
Individual Price:
$229.00

“Hosted by the Virginia Beach Sheriff’s Office Training Academy, Virginia Beach, VA" 

Instructor:  The Director of Global Police Solutions, LLC, Jim brings with him over twenty-five years of law enforcementexperience. During his law enforcement career, Jim rose through the ranks from patrolman to the Training Division Commander/Lieutenant with the Horry County Police Department, Horry County South Carolina. Jim is well diversified in law enforcement, as he worked as a Road Patrolman, Corporal, Detective, Major Level Narcotics Task Force Agent, Detective Sergeant, Patrol Sergeant, Training Sergeant and as the Training Lieutenant. As the Training Division Commander, Jim was responsible for managing all training for department officers, as well as conducting the departments hiring and promotional process. Jim is a certified Hostage Negotiator, and has over twenty years of hostage negotiations experience. Jim served nine years as the Team Commander on the HCPD’s Critical Incident Negotiations Team, and helped to train numerous negotiation teams within the State. Jim is a past President of the South Carolina Crisis Negotiators Association, and served as a founding council member of the National Council of Negotiation Associations sponsored by the Department of Justice, where he helped to write national guidelines for hostage negotiation teams across the country. After his law enforcement career, Jim accepted a position with MPRI as a Senior Police Mentor/Instructor in Iraq, where he served for four years serving in positions as the Acting Team Lead, Training Team Lead, Acting Regional Commander for Advise and Assist Brigade 5 in South-West Iraq, as well as the Acting Civilian Police Training Team Lead. During this time, Jim instructed numerous High Ranking Iraqi Police Officers, as well as United States Civilian Police, in the Art of Public Speaking. In 2009 while serving as the Lead Trainer for the Diwaniyah IPTC, Jim was presented with a Certificate of Appreciation for Dedication and Initiative from Lieutenant General Helmick, Commanding General, Multi-National Security Transition Command-Iraq. Jim brings with him over three years of International Police training and management experience, and is eager to parlay his practical knowledge into quality training for those law enforcement officers who strive to be acknowledged as true professionals in their field.    

 

Course Duration:  16hrs           Instructional SettingClassroom 

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course is designed to provide the patrol officer, media relations officer, detective, supervisor as well as managers, with the basic skills and techniques employed when giving a speech or a talk. Students will learn the fundamentals and personal attributes needed to successfully connect with their audience whether it be the general public, subordinates, or command staff personnel.

     

Topics Include:    

  • The Impromptu Speech

  • The Three Basic Principles for a Successful Speech

  • Behaviors Employed and There Physiological Results

  • Look Inside Yourself and Talk from the Heart

  • Attitude and its Effect on your Audience

  • Great Speakers and How They Mold You

  • Preparing for your speech

  • Delivery of your Speech

  • Student Exercises – Class Speeches

     

INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL: 

The goal of this course is to provide the law enforcement officer with the knowledge, skills and techniques necessary to feel comfortable and confident when tasked with speaking to the public or other LE officers, such as giving a motivational speech.

  

In today’s litigious society, you can help your officers by affording them the opportunity to attain the proper tools and skills needed to function in modern law enforcement. Global Police Solutions, LLC is committed to our clients and believes in “Instilling professionalism through training”.

 

 

 

"Confrontation Management"

Event date:
09-12-2016
Event End Date:
09-13-2016
Cut off date:
09-08-2016
Capacity:
35
Individual Price:
$279.00

"Hosted by the Atlantic County Police Training Center, Egg Harbor Township, NJ"

Course Duration:  16hrs           Instructional Setting:  Classroom/Field 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course is designed to provide the Patrol Officer/Response Team Member, Supervisor, as well as Managers, with the basic skills and techniques employed when confronting and managing a non-hostile or hostile crowd. Students will learn fundamental tactics and squad movement, as well as the personal attributes needed to successfully and safely respond, and control, such disturbances.      

Topics Include:    

  • Course Overview and Orientation

  • Demonstrations and Riot’s

  • The Law Enforcement Response

  • Guidelines for Law Enforcement Conduct

  • Required Equipment for Control Teams

  • The “Soft and “Hard” Team Organization

  • Getting Your Agency Ready

  • Behavioral Aspects of Crowd Management

  • Preparing and Planning for the Response

  • The “Serial” and “Unit” Make Up

  • Basic Drill Formation Terms and Procedures

  • After the Incident Debrief

  • Squad Field Exercises

     

INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL:The goal of this course is to provide the law enforcement officer with the knowledge, skills and techniques necessary to feel comfortable and confident when responding to a crowd control situation.  

In Today’s Litigious Society, coupled with the recent outbreaks of civil disturbances, it becomes difficult at times for your officers and law enforcement agencies to effectively enforce the law. Give your officer’s a fighting chance at survival, both on the street, and in a Court of Law. Global Police Solutions; Instilling Professionalism through Training

 

      

 Instructor:   

The Director of Global Police Solutions, LLC, Jim brings with him over twenty-five years of law enforcement experience, and is a USAF Veteran. During his law enforcement career, Jim rose through the ranks from patrolman to the Training Division Commander/Lieutenant with the Horry County Police Department, Horry County South Carolina. Jim is well diversified in law enforcement, as he worked as a Road Patrolman, Corporal, Detective, Major Level Narcotics Task Force Agent, Detective Sergeant, Patrol Sergeant, Training Sergeant and as the Training Lieutenant. Jim is a certified Hostage Negotiator, with over twenty years of hostage negotiations experience. Jim served nine years as the Team Commander on the HCPD’s Critical Incident Negotiations Team, and helped to train numerous negotiation teams within the State. Jim is a past President of the South Carolina Crisis Negotiators Association, and served as a founding council member of the National Council of Negotiation Associations sponsored by the Department of Justice, where he helped to write national guidelines for hostage negotiation teams across the country. In May of 2007, Jim accepted a position with EODT as a Security Supervisor at Camp Shield, Baghdad, Iraq, and later with MPRI as a Senior Police Mentor/Instructor at the Diwaniyah Iraqi Police Training Center, Diwaniyah, Iraq. In July of 2008, Jim transitioned over to DynCorp as a Police Trainer where he served as the Acting Team Lead, Training Team Lead, Acting Regional Commander for Advise and Assist Brigade 5 in South-West Iraq, as well as the Acting Civilian Police Training Team Lead. In 2009 while serving as the Lead Trainer for the Diwaniyah IPTC, Jim was presented with a Certificate of Appreciation for Dedication and Initiative from Lieutenant General Helmick, USA Commanding General, Multi-National Security Transition Command-Iraq. Jim brings with him four years of International Police training and management experience which included training officers in the Art of Confrontation/Crowd Management. Jim is trained in both Military Police, as well as Civilian Law Enforcement, for Confrontation/Crowd Management Tactics.

 
 

 Global Police Solutions, LLC is an approved training provider for advanced law enforcement training throughout the United States and Abroad

 

  

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"First Line Supervision Level I"

Event date:
09-13-2016
Event End Date:
09-15-2016
Cut off date:
09-09-2016
Capacity:
35
Individual Price:
$295.00

"Hosted by the Virginia Beach Sheriff's Office Training Academy, Virginia Beach"

Instructed by: James C. Lilley - The Director of Global Police Solutions, LLC, Jim brings with him over twenty-five years of law enforcement experience both Nationally and Internationally. He holds a Bachelor of Sciencedegree in Criminal Justice as well as an ICITAP Master Instructor certification, and is a member of the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association. Jim is well diversified in law enforcement, and has served in such supervisory and management roles as a Corporal, Detective, Major Level Narcotics Task Force Agent, Detective Sergeant, Patrol Sergeant, Training Sergeant and as a Training Division Commander/Lieutenant. While serving four years in Iraq with the police training mission, Jim served as a Senior Mentor, Lead Trainer, Training Center Support Team Leader, and as the Acting Regional Commander for AAB 5, Southern Iraq where he received a Certificate of Appreciation for Dedication and Initiative from Lieutenant General Helmick, USA, Commanding General, Multi-National Security Transition Command-Iraq. 

Course Duration:  24hrs      Instructional Setting:  Classroom

Course Description:This course is designed to ensure a quality presentation of supervisory skills training for First Line Supervisors, so they can assist their subordinates in being successful law enforcement officers. The course is designed to teach basic skills, techniques and concepts of supervision, with an emphasis on “People Skills”, Communications, and Ethics.

Topics Include:

  • The Role of the Supervisor
  • Being a Motivator, a Trainer, and a Mentor
  • The Role of Law Enforcement as it relates to Human Rights
  • Law Enforcement Code of Ethics
  • Change Management and why people resist change
  • The Principles of Community Policing
  • Delegation and “Formal Authority”
  • The importance of Motivation as a Supervisor
  • The Hierarchy of Needs Theory (Maslow)
  • The Theory of Human Motives
  • The importance of being a Leader
  • Social changes that affect Law Enforcement in today’s society
  • The value of Goal Setting
  • Communication and the Supervisor
  • The process of communication and the barriers that affect such
  • Active Listening Skills
  • Handling complaints
  • Planning (Includes class exercises)

 

INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL: 

To familiarize First Line Supervisors with the skills, techniques, and basic concepts of supervision. An understanding of these concepts is fundamental for First Line Supervisors to be successful as mentors, trainers, and as leaders. A properly trained professional supervisor is one of the best weapons any law enforcement agency can have in their arsenal, as they will pass on their training and professional attitude to the younger officers. In today’s litigious society, you can help to avoid unnecessary litigation due to “failure to train” or “improper training” of supervisors and officers alike, by affording your officers the proper tools and skills needed to function in modern law enforcement. Global Police Solutions, LLC is committed to our clients and believes in “Instilling professionalism through training 

Global Police Solutions - "Professional Training for Today's Law Enforcement" 

"Undercover Narcotics Level I"

Event date:
09-19-2016
Event End Date:
09-21-2016
Cut off date:
09-12-2016
Capacity:
40
Individual Price:
$379.00

Hosted by the Harrison County Law Enforcement Training Academy, Gulfport, MS

Course Duration:  24hrs            Instructional Setting:  Classroom

Instructor: John Griffin started his career in the United States Army serving as a Combat Medic and a Combat Lifesaver Instructor attaining the rank of Sergeant (E – 5). After serving his Country for 9 ½ years, John wanted to serve in another capacity, and became a Public Safety Officer with the North Myrtle Beach Police Department. John still serves as a certified Law Enforcement Sergeant who has an expertise in Gang and Narcotics Investigations (Undercover), and specializes in Clandestine Lab Investigations. John is certified through the DEA / NES as a Clan Lab Tech, a Clan Lab Site Safety Officer/Instructor, a Clan Lab Entry Tactical Raid Operator, an Advanced Clan Lab Investigator, and a Certified Hazardous Material Tech. John is also the Founder of the 15th Circuit Tactical Meth Enforcement Team, where he has spent much of his time educating law enforcement officers, Firefighters, EMT’s, & the military on Methamphetamine Awareness, as well as Meth Identification and the dangers first responders face that go along with Methamphetamine and the Clandestine Labs used by Meth cooks to produce the extremely addictive Narcotic. John is an instructor in Law Enforcement and Fire Department Courses. He teaches at the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy regularly for DUI / SFST and Narcotics Undercover Techniques teaching all aspects of a narcotics position. John is eager to parlay his experience and knowledge to helping first responders gain the skills knowledge required to identify the extremely addictive Narcotic Methamphetamine/Labs, work with Confidential Informants, conduct narcotic / vice operations, and various other skills to utilize in patrol and narcotics investigation.

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course is designed to ensure a basic knowledge and understanding with the use of Confidential Informants, Conducting Narcotics / Vice Operations, Surveillance techniques, basic drug categories, and a quality presentation of the dangers presented to first responders in dealing with Methamphetamine & their labs. Participants will receive a brief history of methamphetamine and other drugs, to include videos and photos of Meth, Meth Labs, Meth Addicts, and the dangers officers face when coming into contact with Meth Labs and Meth addicts themselves.

 

Topics include:   

 

  • Understand Various Aspects of Working with Confidential Informants

  • Basic Knowledge of Various Types of Forms and Paperwork Associated with Narcotic / Vice Ops

  • Investigative Techniques to Utilize in a Patrol and or Aspiring Narcotics / Vice Investigator

  • A Brief History on Amphetamines and Methamphetamines

  • Meth Lab Fires (Videos)

  • Methamphetamines as a Schedule II Controlled Substance

  • Brief description of the Seven Drug Categories with examples of each (Videos)

  • Methamphetamine and How it Effects the Body

  • “Meth Babies”

  • Methods of Cooking Meth and the Chemicals/Components Used to Produce it

  • Tracking Pseudo-ephedrine

  • Meth Recipes; Anhydrous Ammonia, Jail House Recipe. Etc.

  • Lab Equipment and other Household Items Used to Cook Meth

  • What to Do if You Suspect a Meth Lab - Protecting Yourself and the Land

  • How to MAKE a ONE POT (Recipe)

  • Surveillance Methods

     

INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL: 

To provide the Law Enforcement Officer, Narcotics Officer, Investigator, Firefighters, EMT’s, etc., with a basic knowledge and understanding with the use of Confidential Informants, Conducting Narcotics / Vice Operations, basic drug categories, and how Methamphetamine is produced, the chemicals and materials used for production, and the dangers first responders are presented with when coming into contact with the drug. It is also the goal of the course to show what Methamphetamine does to an individual under the influence of the drug, and its long term use. This is a basic to intermediate level class for patrolman and or investigators seeking to advance into Narcotic / Vice, or hone their skills as an officer.

 

Global Police Solutions, LLC is an approved and recognized provider of Advanced Law Enforcement Training in the United States and Abroad. Global Police Solution; Professional Training for Today’s Law Enforcement.

 

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