We offer no-cost training workshops to law enforcement and juvenile justice professionals nationwide. In addition to nationwide deliveries, agencies interested in co-hosting a training course in their jurisdiction can complete and submit a co-host application via e-mail to email@example.com or via fax to 703.684.5728.
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Our current training topics include:
Law Enforcement Responses to Adolescent Girls
This two-day training is designed to equip law enforcement with effective responses to situations that involve contact with girls aged 12-17 who may be suspects, offenders, witnesses, or victims. Through lecture, interactive discussions and exercises, law enforcement officers will learn strategies they can use to increase positive interactions with, and decrease the probability of arrest or incarceration of, adolescent girls who may be at-risk of or involved in delinquent behavior.
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Introduction to Juvenile Interview and Interrogation Techniques
This two-day training is designed to introduce, refine, or improve basic criminal investigative skills, tactics, and procedures for effectively interviewing and interrogating youth. Participants will use highly interactive exercises to analyze behavior, develop rapport, and understand adolescent behavior.
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Partnerships for Safe Schools
This two-day training introduces principles of school safety, presents model school safety programs, and demonstrates critical incident management techniques. This workshop is intended for multi-agency school safety teams representing law enforcement, schools, and other juvenile justice stakeholder agencies. Participants will receive knowledge on how to prepare for, respond to, and recover from crisis and will develop or evaluate their school safety plans.
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Reclaiming Our Youth Through Tribal Collaboration
This two-and-a-half day workshop assists tribal law enforcement in identifying high-risk juvenile offenses specific to their nations. Participants will develop action plans that they can implement to effectively address priority juvenile justice problems with particular emphasis on alcohol, drug use, and juvenile crime. Community and juvenile justice stakeholders are critical to the action plan development process. This course requires the submission of an application and a commitment on behalf of tribal leadership.
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