Additional Training Opportunities

The listing of training opportunities is a service provided by the MSCTC. The Council accepts no responsibility for content or trainers of the classes listed. In order for the training listed to be credited as in-service training for local corrections officers, the training must comply with the requirements listed on this website under In-Service Training.

Summary of Training Opportunities


Below 100

The Below 100 Program is designed to drastically reduce law enforcement Line of Duty Deaths (LODD's). The Below 100 program specifically addresses the operational areas of law enforcement that contribute to the greatest number of LODD's, but are in large part preventable. The Below 100 program is an effort to instill a culture of safety in law enforcement agencies that will progressively reduce national LODD's to Below 100 annually. Instructional methods include lecture, guided discussion and video case studies.

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Dates of Training: 9-28-2017

Registration: Contact Dawn Jurik at (989) 686-9176 - Email: dawnjurik@delta.edu

Correctional Emergency Response Team

A specialized three-day CERT Instructor Certification Course designed and developed for veteran correctional officers. Participants will be fully capable and certified to properly instruct/train/certify other personnel for CERT, OC Weapon Systems, High Risk Inmate Transport and tactical planning.

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Dates of Training: 9-20-2017 to 9-22-2017

Registration: Register @ http://www.tactical-training.com/courses/registration.htm

Corrections School of Staff and Command

The School of Criminal Justice is now accepting applications for the 2017-2018 Michigan State University Corrections School of Staff and Command.

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Dates of Training: 10 Week Program Beginning 09-11-2017

Registration: For more information or an application, please call 517-355-2197 - Email: traincj@msu.edu

Corrections Supervisor Training

Topics Presented: correctional law update; conducting internal investigations; risk avoidance strategies; jail operations; inmate manipulation; leadership; inmate behavior management; staff supervision; managing mental health population and emerging trends in corrections.

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Dates of Training: 9-18-2017 to 9-21-2017 or 10-9-2017 to 10-12-2017

Registration: To register, please contact Sarah Pogorzelski at 734-513-0300 - Email: spogorzelski@mmrma.org

Human Trafficking Awareness

Per the National Human Trafficking Hotline: “Human trafficking is a crime involving the exploitation of someone for the purposes of compelled labor or a commercial sex act through the use of force, fraud, or coercion. Human trafficking affects individuals across the world, including here in the United States, and is commonly regarded as one of the most pressing human rights issues of our time. Human trafficking affects every community in the United States across age, gender, ethnicity, and socio-economic backgrounds.” We often hear about it in news reports. As hard as it might be to believe, it exists and it is here. If you have a road running through your area, or if you have internet access, you can be effected by this. The goal of this training is to raise awareness of the problem, the laws involved, warning signs, issues when dealing with victims, and how to respond. This issue has been considered so important that most health profession licensees will be required to indicate having had training in human trafficking during their next license renewal cycle.

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Dates of Training: 9-14-2017

Registration: Contact Dawn Jurik at (989) 686-9176 - Email: dawnjurik@delta.edu

Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings

Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings (IRTB) was developed by the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology (New Mexico Tech) and provides first responders with the skills necessary to recognize and report a potential incident involving explosives.

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Dates of Training: 9-14-2017

Registration: Contact Dawn Jurik at (989) 686-9176 - Email: dawnjurik@delta.edu

Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings

Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings (IRTB) was developed by the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology (New Mexico Tech) and provides first responders with the skills necessary to recognize and report a potential incident involving explosives.

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Dates of Training: 9-13-2017

Registration: Contact Dawn Jurik at (989) 686-9176 - Email: dawnjurik@delta.edu

Initial Law Enforcement Response to Suicide Bombing Attacks

The Initial Law Enforcement Response to Suicide Bombing Attacks (ILERSBA) course was developed with support and cooperation from the Department of Homeland Security, National Bomb Squad Commanders Advisory Board, and New Mexico Tech to provide front line law enforcement officers with the skills and knowledge to effectively interdict and respond to an imminent suicide bombing attack (person-borne or vehicle-borne) or a non-suicide attack involving a vehicle-borne device.

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Dates of Training: 9-25-2017

Registration: Contact Dawn Jurik at (989) 686-9176 - Email: dawnjurik@delta.edu

Instructor Development

This 32 hour training program is designed provide basic and advanced instructional techniques, as well as forms a solid base for New and Experienced Instructors enhancing the abilities to: Speak in Public Forums Organize Classes Use PowerPoint and other forms of media for instruction Enhance the appearance of their presentations Learn to work as the only primary instructor or in unison with other instructors

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Dates of Training: 7-24-2017 to 7-26-2017

Registration: Lt. Bryan Price at 906 774 6270 - Email: bryanprice@dickinsoncountymi.gov

Prevention of and Response to Suicide Bombing Incidents

The Prevention of and Response to Suicide Bombing Incidents (PRSBI) course was developed by the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology (New Mexico Tech) and provides first responders with the skills necessary to recognize, report and respond to a potential suicide bombing incident.

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Dates of Training: 9-14-2017

Registration: Contact Dawn Jurik at (989) 686-9176 - Email: dawnjurik@delta.edu

Prevention of and Response to Suicide Bombing Incidents

The Prevention of and Response to Suicide Bombing Incidents (PRSBI) course was developed by the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology (New Mexico Tech) and provides first responders with the skills necessary to recognize, report and respond to a potential suicide bombing incident.

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Dates of Training: 9-13-2017

Registration: Contact Dawn Jurik at (989) 686-9176 - Email: dawnjurik@delta.edu

Repercussions of Law Enforcement Activity

The law enforcement community explicitly rewards traits such as physical toughness, independence, emotional restriction, and the ability to instrumentally react in the face of traumatic events. However, it is unquestionable that police and support personnel face specific psychological distress on the job as a result of exposure to emotionally Toxic and Corrosive situations. As a result, many officers suffer high rates of depression, anxiety, stress, anger management problems, and relationship difficulties. At times, the level of critical incident stress and occupational stress leads to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Major Depression, Substance Abuse, Alcoholism and at worst, Suicide. However, by studying and understanding potential emotional and physical reactions to critical incidents and providing insight into management of the everyday organizational stressors, officers can develop the personal and social resilience to truly survive and grow in the Law Enforcement profession.

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Dates of Training: 9-12-2017 or 9-13-2017

Registration: Questions contact Jeniffer Fisher 269-781-0880 - Email: jfisher@calhouncountymi.gov

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