Thu, Nov 18 | Colorado Mountain College

Proactive Patrol & Street Crimes Training

This is a 16 hour (2 day) patrol-based street crimes course focused on providing students with a strategic look at how to be a better street cop.
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Proactive Patrol & Street Crimes Training

Time & Location

Nov 18, 2021, 8:00 PM MST – Nov 19, 2021, 5:00 PM MST
Colorado Mountain College , 3695 Airport Rd, Rifle, CO 81650, USA

About the Event

Course Description

This is a 16 hour (2 day) patrol-based street crimes course focused  on providing students with a strategic look at how to be a better street  cop.  It includes roadside interview techniques, how to hunt criminals,  case law surrounding proactive policing, how to build a successful case  for court, etc.  You will learn proven methods to continue providing a  proactive police force while mitigating the negative perceptions that  have always followed proactive policing units.

Topics

  • Identifying the criminal element
  • Catching criminals in transit
  • Officer safety in a violent environment
  • Identify concealment strategies by criminals
  • Police K-9 deployment strategies
  • In-depth look at Roadside Interviewing
  • Deception detecting techniques
  • Investigating drug house complaints
  • Case law – Understanding the boundaries of proactive policing
  • Search warrants?  When you need them
  • Organized financial crime interdiction
  • Traffic Stops and Consensual Encounters
  • Introduction to Human Trafficking
  • Perceptions of street crimes units – How to change them

Instructor

Sergeant Charlie Ward has over 15 years’ experience as a law  enforcement professional, with a major emphasis on proactive policing  and rapid response to active threat events.  He currently supervises  personnel in a special operations unit and is serving as a K9 handler  attached to a drug task force.  Sergeant Ward has previously served on  multiple street crimes units, as a K9 handler working highway criminal  interdiction, and as an undercover narcotics agent.  Sergeant Ward has  been an instructor for over 10 years and serves both the law enforcement  and civilian communities.  He holds numerous certifications in roadside  interviewing, criminal patrol, criminal interdiction, K9 handling, and  criminal behavior and deception.

This course is hosted by the Rifle Police Department and funded by the I-70 West POST Grant Training Region & POST Grant Training Project.  

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