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Upcoming Trainings & Events

    • 28 Aug 2018
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Monmouth Police Department 450 Pacific Hwy N. Monmouth, OR 97361
    • 6
    Register

    Class Title:

    Search Warrants:

     
                  Not as Painful as You Think       
         

    Target Audience:

                             *** Law Enforcement Only***

    Sponsoring Agency:

    Oregon Peace Officers Association and Monmouth Police Department

    Date and Time:

    August 28th, 2018  8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (7:30 a.m. Check-in)       

    Cost:

    $75 OPOA Members

    $95 non-OPOA Members (membership included if qualified)

    Training Location:

    Monmouth Police Department

    450 Pacific Hwy N.

    Monmouth, OR 97361     

    Instructors:

    Detective Robert Rookhuyzen, Washington County Sheriff Office

    Robert L. Rookhuyzen is a detective with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, currently assigned to the Violent Crimes Unit. He is also a member of the Washington County Major Crimes Team. Detective Rookhuyzen is a graduate of Brigham Young University. He started his law enforcement career in 2001 with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and was assigned to patrol. He served as a Field Training Officer and a member of the Washington County Crisis Negotiations Unit. He was promoted to Corporal in 2007 and Detective in 2010. He was assigned to the Child Abuse Investigations Unit from 2010-2015. He is a 2017 winner of the Federal Bureau of Investigations Director’s Award for Distinguished Service to Victims of Violent Crime. Detective Rookhuyzen enjoys showing others how easy it is to prepare search warrant affidavits and obtain search warrants in Oregon.

    Brief Overview:

    Search warrants are vital to every investigator. Learn when they’re required, how to efficiently write affidavits and get that evidence you need for your case. Tips and tricks will be shared on how to contact the right people at various organizations and web sites. Samples of search warrants and affidavits will be shared. As part of the class, the instructor will review the electronic process of preserving and obtaining records from Facebook.        

    This class is designed for every patrol officer/deputy, as well as new detectives. It is also a great refresher for people who already have some experience writing search warrants.  After a review of search warrant concepts and the process of obtaining a search, class members will write two search warrants (including one for Facebook) based on realistic practical scenarios.  The instructor will provide feedback on each affidavit and search warrant written. 

           

    Contact Information:

    Avena Glock at (971) 218-7161 or training1@opoa.info.

    Attire:

    Business Casual

    Lodging Information:

    Available.

    Supplies Needed:

    ***Please bring a laptop or similar, you will be writing search warrants in class!***      

     

     

     

    • 05 Sep 2018
    • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • West Linn Police Department 1800 8th Ave. West Linn, OR 97068
    • 23
    Register

    Class Title:

      Visual Tracking Awareness: Mantracking

                   

    Target Audience:

    Any and all Law Enforcement as well as Search &  Rescue 

    Sponsoring Agency:

    Oregon Peace Officers Association and the West Linn Police Department

    Date and Time:

    September 5th, 2018  8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (7:30 a.m. check-in)

    Cost:

    $75 OPOA members
    $95 non-OPOA members (membership included if qualified)

    Training Location:

    West Linn Police Department

    1800 8th Ave.

    West Linn, OR 97068

    Instructors:

    Detective Kathy Decker, King County Sheriff's Office

    Kathy is a 32 year veteran of the King County Sheriff's Office based out of Seattle, WA.  She has over 18 years of experience working as a Detective assigned to the Criminal Investigation Division and five years’ experience employed as the Search and Rescue Coordinator for King County Sheriff.  Kathy is a professional visual tracker, with over 20 years of experience.  She is a student and instructor for Joel Hardin Professional Tracking Services and Visual Tracking and Training Incorporated, as well as a court recognized expert in visual tracking.  She has testified as an expert in tracking evidence in murder, robbery and rape cases.  Detective Decker regularly instructs classes with Dr. Kathy Taylor (Forensic Anthropologists for the KCMEO) on buried human remain detection.  During her tenure with KCSO Detective Decker has utilized K-9's trained in HRD as well as tracking/trailing as part of her crime scene investigation.

    Anthony Lorange, Lincoln County Sheriff's Office (Ret.)

    Anthony Lorange, retired after 25 years as a police officer in Oregon.  During his last 12 years he was assigned as a detective on a regional narcotics task force.  For 20 years he has been a member of the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office Search & Rescue team.  During which time he trained / deployed a human remains detection K9 and currently serves as the team’s lead tracker and designated visual tracking trainer.

    He is a professional tracker, with over eight years of experience.  His certification and continued training is through Joel Hardin Professional Tracking Services and Visual Tracking and Training Incorporated.   He has utilized his tracking training to investigate incidents that have included missing persons, suicides, burglaries, attempted murder and DTO grows.

    Ron Glaus, Polk County Sheriff's Office

    Ron is a semi-retired Forensic Psychologist who joined the Polk County (Oregon) Sheriff’s Office completing the Sheriff’s Reserve Academy in 1986. He provided psychological services to law enforcement agencies across Oregon including: pre-employment, special teams and, fitness for duty screenings; officer involved critical incident debriefings; hostage negotiations; assisting in major crime investigations including a double homicide; and testifying in court. He was a part-time instructor and then for three years a full-time Training Coordinator at DPSST. Currently he volunteers for the PCSO as a Cold Case Team Investigator and is active in the PCSAR Unit as a ground searcher, human visual tracker, and is a tracking assistant Instructor with the JHPTS-VTATI program. He retired from the U.S. Army after 24 combined years of Active and Reserve service with a one-year combat tour in Iraq in 2004.  

    Brief Overview:

    Also known as "Mantracking", this day long training will introduce the concept of visual tracking to law enforcement in the form of a lecture presentation and actual hands on training.  Tracking is learning to see “sign” evidence.  “Sign” is defined as the discoverable physical evidence of the presence or passage of a person.  A case study demonstrating the use of tracking evidence will also be presented.  Students will be in the field working sign evidence and practical simulations highlighting tracking evidence. Please dress weather appropriate, we will be in a park type area outdoors.            

    Contact Information:

    Avena Glock at (971) 218-7161 or training1@opoa.info.

    Attire:

    Weather Appropriate.

    • 07 Sep 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Sutherlin Community Center 150 South Willamette St. Sutherlin, OR 97479
    • 30
    Register

    Class Title:

             

    Crisis Communication
    FOR FIRST RESPONDERS

           

    Target Audience:

    Law Enforcement, Disptachers, Parole & Probation any First Responders

    Sponsoring Agency:

    Oregon Peace Officers Association and Sutherlin Police Department

    Date and Time:

    September 7th, 2018  9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (8:30 a.m. check-in)

    Cost:

    $75 OPOA members
    $95 non-OPOA members (membership included if qualified)

    Training Location:

    Sutherlin Community Center

    150 South Willamette St.

    Sutherlin, OR 97479

    Instructor:

    Joe Miller, Joe is a 20+ year veteran of a large city police department in Oregon. Joe has served primarily in the patrol division with collateral duties in crisis negotiation, civil disturbance, civil investigation, and defensive tactics cadre. In addition, Joe is a long-time adjunct instructor at a local community college and at the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST). Joe’s experience as an officer and trainer show in his ability to mix information, experience and humor in the right combination to keep attendees interested and involved.      

    Brief Overview:

    As first responders, we understand “Ask, Tell, Make”.  What about those situations that represent a risk to the subject or others that should be mitigated?  How about situations that would benefit from additional time to get tactical and/or command elements into place, to give the victims the best possible chance of the best possible outcome? Maybe you’re the only one responding and you want to be confident your knowledge of de-escalation is on par with your tactical resolution skill set. Attendees of Crisis Communication for First Responders will leave the class with a practical set of skills that they can use to:            

    • De-escalate or stabilize angry/violent behavior
    • Establish meaningful dialog with the threat
    • Word choice/emotional control tactics
    • Handle request/demands/deadlines the threat gives you
    • Establish a therapeutic rapport
    • Gather meaningful intelligence from the threat/victims
    • Up-Channel vital information for commanders/decision makers
           

    Contact Information:

    Avena Glock at (971) 218-7161 or training1@opoa.info.

    Attire:

    Business Casual

    Lodging Information:

    Available.

    Parking Information:

    Available.
    • 10 Sep 2018
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Independence Police Department, 555 S Main St, Independence, OR 97351
    • 12
    Register

    Class Title:

             

    Sexual Assault Response

           

    Target Audience:

    Patrol officers, supervisors, detectives, victim's assistance, judges, deputy district attorneys and District Attorneys.

    Sponsoring Agency:

    OPOA, Western Oregon University (WOU) Student Conduct, WOU Campus Public Safety Office, Independence Police Department

    Date and Time:

    September 10th, 2018  8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (7:30 a.m. check-in)

    Cost:

    $75 OPOA members
    $95 non-OPOA members (membership included if qualified)

    Training Location:

    Independence Police Department, 555 S Main St, Independence OR, 97351 

    Instructor:

    Shalotta Sharp, RN, SANE-A, SANE-P Mississippi Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Diane Branson from Salem Hospital, more TBD

    Brief Overview:

    Discussions on the neurobiology of trauma and how it affects victims of sexual assault, photographing injury evidence, drug facilitated assault, explanation of the SAFE process, victim care and assistance and investigator and prosecutor tips and best practices for a successful prosecution provided by a current Chief Deputy District Attorney.

    SANE Diane Branson from Salem Hospital will discuss local procedures and outline best practices for victim support and cooperation during evidence collection.

               

    Contact Information:

    Alicia Davis at (970) 412-4544 or training4@opoa.info.

    Attire:

    Business Casual

    Lodging Information:

    Available.

    Parking Information:

    Available.
    • 17 Sep 2018
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Samaritan Center for Health Education 740 SW 9th St. Newport, OR 97365
    • 18
    Register

    Class Title:

    Search Warrants:

     
                  Not as Painful as You Think       
         

    Target Audience:

                             *** Law Enforcement Only***

    Sponsoring Agency:

    Oregon Peace Officers Association and Newport Police Department

    Date and Time:

    September 17, 2018  8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (7:30 a.m. Check-in)       

    Cost:

    $75 OPOA Members

    $95 non-OPOA Members (membership included if qualified)

    Training Location:

     Samaritan Center for Health Education

    740 SW 9th St. Newport, OR 97365           

    Instructors:

    Detective Robert Rookhuyzen, Washington County Sheriff Office

    Robert L. Rookhuyzen is a detective with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, currently assigned to the Violent Crimes Unit. He is also a member of the Washington County Major Crimes Team. Detective Rookhuyzen is a graduate of Brigham Young University. He started his law enforcement career in 2001 with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and was assigned to patrol. He served as a Field Training Officer and a member of the Washington County Crisis Negotiations Unit. He was promoted to Corporal in 2007 and Detective in 2010. He was assigned to the Child Abuse Investigations Unit from 2010-2015. He is a 2017 winner of the Federal Bureau of Investigations Director’s Award for Distinguished Service to Victims of Violent Crime. Detective Rookhuyzen enjoys showing others how easy it is to prepare search warrant affidavits and obtain search warrants in Oregon.

    Brief Overview:

    Search warrants are vital to every investigator. Learn when they’re required, how to efficiently write affidavits and get that evidence you need for your case. Tips and tricks will be shared on how to contact the right people at various organizations and web sites. Samples of search warrants and affidavits will be shared. As part of the class, the instructor will review the electronic process of preserving and obtaining records from Facebook.        

    This class is designed for every patrol officer/deputy, as well as new detectives. It is also a great refresher for people who already have some experience writing search warrants.  After a review of search warrant concepts and the process of obtaining a search, class members will write two search warrants (including one for Facebook) based on realistic practical scenarios.  The instructor will provide feedback on each affidavit and search warrant written. 

           

    Contact Information:

    Avena Glock at (971) 218-7161 or training1@opoa.info.

    Attire:

    Business Casual

    Lodging Information:

    Available.

    Parking Information:

    Available.

    Supplies Needed:

    ***Please bring a laptop or similar, you will be writing search warrants in class!***      

     

     

     

    • 01 Oct 2018
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Polk County Fire Station #1 1800 Monmouth St. Independence, OR 97351
    • 27
    Register

    Class Title:

    Setting the Tone in High Risk Situations:Crisis Communication for Dispatch Centers                               

    Target Audience:

     Dispatchers, Call Takers, Communication Supervisors

    Sponsoring Agency:

    Oregon Peace Officers Association and WVCC

    Date and Time:

    October 1st, 2018  8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (7:30 a.m. Check-in)       

    Cost:

    $75 OPOA Members

    $95 non-OPOA Members (membership included if qualified)

    Training Location:

    Polk County Fire Station #1 

    1800 Monmouth St. Independence, OR 97351    

    Instructors:

    Joe Miller, Joe is a 20+ year veteran of a large city police department in Oregon. Joe has served primarily in the patrol division with collateral duties in crisis negotiation, civil disturbance, civil investigation, and defensive tactics cadre. In addition, Joe is a long-time adjunct instructor at a local community college and at the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST). Joe’s experience as an officer and trainer show in his ability to mix information, experience and humor in the right combination to keep attendees interested and involved.

    Brief Overview:

    Dispatchers are often the first contact in high risk situations such as hostage events or barricaded suspects. From the initial kick-off to the final resolution, the role our dispatch centers take on is vital. Are you ready for the call?

    This course will provide an overview of hostage negotiations and an introduction to crisis communication for first responders.  At the end of the course, participants should be able to
    • Participate meaningfully in a hostage/barricade situation
    • Understand tactics and strategies used to create positive behavior change in a barricaded suspect
    • Assess and debrief supervisors and or personnel taking over the scene
    • Understand the physiological and psychological aspects of a crisis incident.
                   

    Contact Information:

    Avena Glock at (971) 218-7161 or training1@opoa.info.

    Attire:

    Business Casual

    Lodging Information:

    Available.

    Parking Information:

    Available.

    Supplies Needed:

    Note taking.

     

     

     

    • 04 Oct 2018
    • 8:00 AM
    • 05 Oct 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • Clackamas County Public Saftey Training Center 12700 SE 82nd Ave. Clackamas, OR 97015
    • 106
    Register

    Class Title:

    Command Staff Leadership TraininG
    S.H.A.R.E. (Self-Help and Resource Education)

    Target Audience:

    Must be ranking command staff or supervisors in any  law enforcement discipline, police/deputies, corrections, parole & probation and dispatch.

    Sponsoring Agency:

    The Oregon Law Enforcement Memorial Fund, OPOA, The Code 9 Project & the Clackamas County Sheriff Office

    Date and Time:

    October 4 & 5, 2018  8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
     (1st Day, 7:30 a.m. check-in)

    Cost:

    $150
    $100 each if you register two or more from the same agency.  

    Training Location:

    Clackamas County Public Safety Training Center
    12700 SE 82nd Ave.
    Clackamas, OR 97015

    Instructor:

     Code 9 staff

    Brief Overview:

    This class will fulfill your leadership requirements with DPSST.

    The Code 9 Project is a national non-profit organization dedicated to providing support, education and viable self-help resources to all Command Staff, First Responders and their families through training and film mediums.

    S.H.A.R.E. (Self-Help And Response Education) for Command Staff is a highly interactive two day training that provides an opportunity to learn how to integrate all Command Staff as active participates in department stress education, officer health/wellness, suicide and PTSD awareness programming.  S.H.A.R.E also provides unique strategies for departments coping with the increase in officer PTSD, suicides and stress related absenteeism.  

    Please review the below tailor to Code 9's documentary 'Code 9 Officer Needs Assistance' to get an idea of the quality of training you and your agency will be getting!

    Code 9 Officer Needs Assistance

    A special thank you to the Oregon Law Enforcement Memorial Fund for sponsoring this training and all they do for Oregon's Fallen Heros. 

           

    Contact Information:

    Avena Glock at (971) 218-7161 or training1@opoa.info.

    Attire:

    Business Casual

    Lodging Information:

    Available.
    • 28 Nov 2018
    • 8:00 AM
    • 30 Nov 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • Spirit Mountain Event Center, Grand Ronde, Oregon
    Register

     

    Please join us at this year's training conference and awards banquet; November 28th-30th, 2018 at Spirit Mountain Event Center, Grand Ronde, OR!

    Wednesday, November 28, 2018

    Tragedy and It's Aftermath:

    A Debrief of the July 7, 2016 Dallas, Texas Police Ambush

    Presented by: Byron Boston, (Ret. Dallas, Texas PD) & Larry Gordon, Dallas, Texas PD

    July 7th, 2016 in downtown Dallas was a day most officers will not forget.  It was the day a protest turned into an ambush that took five Dallas, Texas police officers lives.  Both Byron Boston and Det. Gordon were present and played important roles during the active shooter incident and stand off.  The presentation will delve into the details of the ambush, the nontraditional methods used to end the stand off and how the department and city dealt with the aftermath.

    Thursday, November 29, 2018

    BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS *PIO * PROPERTY & EVIDENCE * COMBAT FIRST AID 

    (Multiple break out tracks to choose from!)


    Social Media Management for Law Enforcement PIO's

    Presented By: Captain Tim Fox and Mindy McCartt, OSP


    Background Investigations
    Presented by:  Les Swenson Washington County Sheriffs

    Tactical Response & Traumatic Medical Care

    Presented by: Sgt. John Young, TACFastmed

    *This breakout is FULL DAY

    Property and Evidence

    Safe Storage of the Strange and Scary

    Protecting your Psyche

    Retention: Safe or Sorry?

    Hi-tech Crimes-Protecting your Assets


    Friday November 30, 2018


    "Breach Point for Leadership"
    Presented by: Chief Kent Williams, Ret.

    This training will help gaining a distinctly different perspective on the unique and potentially problematic consequences of performing well within a law enforcement culture.   Executives, managers and supervisors will examine better ways to reduce their stress and simultaneously garner greater staff compliance with department standards.  Leaders will address stressors encountered by the rank and file which influence the pivotal balance between professional and personal relationships. 

    Emphasis will be placed upon executives, managers and supervisors, developing leadership practices and policies that recognize and encourage accomplishment of organizational goals while also taking better care of themselves and the people who serve under their leadership.

    Topics will include:

    Inspiring a new generation of Knights

    Examining the Need To Be Needed

    Removing classic frustrations encountered by all law enforcement officers & the consequences of rewarding cynicism

    How the dynamics of control and trust can negatively influence officer attitudes

    How to lead and inspire those who have been taught to anticipate the worst in everything

    Being an optimistic leader among a sea of professional pessimists

    Overcoming the damaging effects of "the rule bound" and stoic approaches to the job

    Recognizing the symptoms of stress and how police stress differs significantly from other jobs

    Developing a personal and organizational action plan to confront the issues

    Learning to help others overcome unhealthy organizational over-investment

    Why officers are at greater risk for alcohol abuse, divorce, isolation, depression and suicide

    Warning signs of distress and preventative programs to reduce  and monitor it. 


    Full Conference Registration 

    $260

    (On or before 10/29/18)

    Tuition includes 23 hours of training, 3 buffet lunches, & Thursday evening hospitality room.

    LATE Full Conference Registration $335 

    (after 10/29/18)

    Tuition includes 23 hours of training, 3 buffet lunches, & Thursday evening hospitality room.

    Single Day Registration 

    $135 

    Tuition includes any one day of attendance and buffet lunch.  


    • 29 Nov 2018
    • 8:00 AM
    • 30 Nov 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • 13
    Register

    VENDOR EVENT

     
                    OPOA 49th Annual Law Enforcement Conference                                            

    Target Audience:

                             Law Enforcement Related Vendors

    Sponsoring Agency:

    Oregon Peace Officers Association

    Date and Time:

    Wednesday November 28th, 5:30 p.m: Optional set up time
    Thursday November 29th, 8:00-5:00 p.m: Event
    Friday November 30th, 8:00-5:00 p.m: Event 
     (may stay through beginning of banquet at 6:30 p.m.)

    Cost:

    $200, includes an 8ft. table, up to 4 chairs and power outlet   
    $50, includes a 'Take One' spot (for each type of flyer/brochure, up to 300 copies)

    Registration for this event closes November 16th, spots are limited! 

    Location:

    Spirit Mountain Casino Event Center

    27100 SW Salmon River Hwy.

    Grand Ronde, OR 97347

    Exhibitor Information:

    Assignment of Booths
    Assignment of booths will be made by event coordinators.

    Lunch is not provided
    Vendors will have  access to the classroom beverage station. Exhibitors are invited to hospitality room on Thursday November 28th @ 6:00 p.m.

    Delivery of Exhibit items
    Please contact Chris Chapanar at cchapanar@coosbay.org or Avena Glock at training1@opoa.info if you wish to make arrangements. We have very limited space, but will do our best to accommodate you.

    Subletting Space
    Exhibitors may not assign, sublet, or apportion the whole or part of the space allotted to them without permission from the coordinating staff.  
     Exhibitors will be confined to the space limits of the respective space.  All materials must conform to applicable local building, electrical, fire, and safety regulations.

    Care of Exhibit Space and space limitations
    The exhibitor must neatly maintain and keep in good order the space for this they are utilizing. Exhibits will be confined to the space limits of the respective space, this includes exhibits, sales, circulars, and promotional materials.  All materials must conform to applicable  building, electrical, fire and safety regulations

    Prohibited Activities.
    1. Noise from exhibits may not annoy or disrupt adjacent exhibitors, their patrons, or guests at the casino.
    2. No wiring, installation or other electrical work shall be done without permission of the casino.

    Liability
    Exhibitors understand that neither the Oregon Peace Officers Association nor the Spirit Mountain Casino are responsible for the safety of property of the exhibitor from theft, damage by fire, accident, vandalism, or other causes, and the exhibitor expressly waive and releases any claim or demand it may have against the casino, OPOA or any of their representatives by reason for any damage to or loss of any property of the exhibitor.

    Insurance
    Exhibitor understands that neither the OPOA nor the Spirit Mountain Casino will carry any insurance coverage for the loss or damage of the exhibitor's property.                   

    Contact Information:

    Chris Chapanar cchapanar@coosbay.org  541-404-7005
    Avena Glock training1@opoa.info   971-218-7161
                     

    By registering you agree to abide by all above exhibit terms and general regulations required by the management.  Exhibitors shall comply with all are are charged with the knowledge of all federal, tribal, state and local laws and regulations while at this event.   

     

     

     

     

    • 30 Nov 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM (PST)
    • Spirit Mountain Event Center, Grand Ronde, Oregon
    Register

    OPOA's 49th Annual 

    Law Enforcement Awards Banquet

    NOVEMBER 30th, 2018

    Social hour begins - 5:30 pm

    Dinner & Awards begins - 6:30 pm

    Tickets

    $45 on or before 11/26/2018

    $60 after 11/26/2018

    Spirit Mountain Event Center
    27100 Salmon River Hwy, 
    Grand Ronde, OR 97347
    • 04 Dec 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • West Linn Police Department 1800 8th Ave. West Linn, OR 97068
    • 27
    Register

    Class Title:

             

    Crisis Communication
    FOR FIRST RESPONDERS

           

    Target Audience:

    Law Enforcement, Disptachers, Parole & Probation any First Responders

    Sponsoring Agency:

    Oregon Peace Officers Association and West Linn Police Department

    Date and Time:

    December 4th, 2018  9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (8:30 a.m. check-in)

    Cost:

    $75 OPOA members
    $95 non-OPOA members (membership included if qualified)

    Training Location:

    West Linn Police Department

    1800 8th Ave.

    West Linn, OR 97068

    Instructor:

    Joe Miller, Joe is a 20+ year veteran of a large city police department in Oregon. Joe has served primarily in the patrol division with collateral duties in crisis negotiation, civil disturbance, civil investigation, and defensive tactics cadre. In addition, Joe is a long-time adjunct instructor at a local community college and at the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST). Joe’s experience as an officer and trainer show in his ability to mix information, experience and humor in the right combination to keep attendees interested and involved.      

    Brief Overview:

    As first responders, we understand “Ask, Tell, Make”.  What about those situations that represent a risk to the subject or others that should be mitigated?  How about situations that would benefit from additional time to get tactical and/or command elements into place, to give the victims the best possible chance of the best possible outcome? Maybe you’re the only one responding and you want to be confident your knowledge of de-escalation is on par with your tactical resolution skill set. Attendees of Crisis Communication for First Responders will leave the class with a practical set of skills that they can use to:            

    • De-escalate or stabilize angry/violent behavior
    • Establish meaningful dialog with the threat
    • Word choice/emotional control tactics
    • Handle request/demands/deadlines the threat gives you
    • Establish a therapeutic rapport
    • Gather meaningful intelligence from the threat/victims
    • Up-Channel vital information for commanders/decision makers
           

    Contact Information:

    Avena Glock at (971) 218-7161 or training1@opoa.info.

    Attire:

    Business Casual

    Lodging Information:

    Available.

    Parking Information:

    Available.

Past events

30 Jul 2018 Cold Case Investigations
17 Jul 2018 Domestic Violence Investigations
11 Jun 2018 Tactical De-Escalation Techniques
22 May 2018 Law Enforcement Leadership Development
21 May 2018 Law Enforcement Leadership Development ***MORE SEATS MADE AVAILABLE!
14 May 2018 Basic Background Investigations
22 Mar 2018 Cognition and Legal Documents
16 Mar 2018 Police and Minority Relations
09 Mar 2018 Domestic Violence Investigations
03 Mar 2018 Oregon Association of Reserve Peace Officers 2018 Conference
27 Feb 2018 Police and Minority Relations
04 Dec 2017 Basic Background Investigations
27 Nov 2017 Emotional Survival and Peer Support
03 Nov 2017 Banquet Tickets - OPOA's 48th Annual Awards Banquet
01 Nov 2017 48th Annual OPOA Conference - "Officer Safety: From the Inside Out"
27 Oct 2017 Dispatching and Surviving Traumatic Events
11 Sep 2017 Sexual Assault Response
09 Aug 2017 Domestic Violence Investigations
22 May 2017 Basic Background Investigations
17 May 2017 Cognition Impairment & Capacity: An Approach for Law Enforcement
16 May 2017 Infant & Child Death Investigations
12 May 2017 Terrain Based Tactical Rifle Course **CLASS FULL**
28 Apr 2017 Tactical Ethics II: Diversity and Profiling
21 Apr 2017 Stress First Aid and Emotional Survival
24 Mar 2017 Mental Health First Aid for Law Enforcement
11 Mar 2017 Oregon Association of Reserve Peace Officers 2017 Conference
17 Jan 2017 Law Enforcement Tactical First Aid
09 Jan 2017 Dispatching and Surviving Traumatic Events
09 Jan 2017 Infant & Child Death Investigations
05 Dec 2016 Search and Seizure Update / "It's too hard"- Demystifying Financial Cases
28 Nov 2016 Basic Background Investigations
04 Nov 2016 47th Annual Early Purchase Banquet Tickets
02 Nov 2016 47th Annual Oregon Peace Officers Conference
30 Sep 2016 Domestic Violence Investigations *CLASS FULL
23 Sep 2016 Basic Search Warrant Writing
15 Sep 2016 Revised and Updated! The Impact of Marijuana Legalization
31 Aug 2016 Sexual Assault Response
25 Aug 2016 Strangulation Recognition and Response
17 Aug 2016 Oregon DOJ Domestic Violence Training
04 Aug 2016 Tactical Ethics: Perspectives on Profiling
08 Jun 2016 Infant & Child Death Investigations
17 May 2016 Revised and Updated! The Impact of Marijuana Legalization
13 May 2016 Strangulation Recognition and Response ***CLASS FULL***
12 May 2016 Infant & Child Death Investigations ***CLASS FULL***
22 Apr 2016 Basic Search Warrant Writing
27 Feb 2016 Oregon Association of Reserve Peace Officers 2016 Training Conference
25 Feb 2016 Evidence Officer's Training
23 Feb 2016 Basic Background Investigations
12 Nov 2015 The Impact of Marijuana Legalization
06 Nov 2015 Early Purchase Banquet Tickets & Reserved Tables
04 Nov 2015 46th Annual Oregon Peace Officers Conference and Awards Banquet Registration
23 Oct 2015 Youth Substance Abuse Prevention
20 Oct 2015 The Impact of Marijuana Legalization
15 Oct 2015 The Impact of Marijuana Legalization
24 Sep 2015 Permission to Succeed
23 Sep 2015 The Changing Face of Vehicle Theft *CANCELED*
16 Sep 2015 The Impact of Marijuana Legalization *CLASS FULL*
20 Aug 2015 Basic Background Investigators Course

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