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"SURVEILLANCE LEVEL I"

Event date:
03-09-2015
Event End Date:
03-10-2015
Cut off date:
03-05-2015
Capacity:
20
Individual Price:
$229.00
Location:
Clemson City Hall

"Hosted by the Clemson Police Department, Clemson, SC"

Instructed by James C. Lilley, Master Instructor and former Major Level Narcotics Task Force Agent.

Course Duration: 16hrs   Max Students:  20  Instructional Setting:  Classroom/Field 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  

This course is designed to provide investigators, narcotics agents, as well as the street officer, with a basic understanding of how to conduct surveillance. Students will learn the skills and the personal attributes that are needed in order to achieve a successfully surveillance, as well as what type of equipment they should have at their disposal   

 

Topics Include:   

  • Surveillance Defined

  • Personal Attributes Needed When Conducting Surveillance

  • Required Abilities

  • Knowledge of the Subject

  • Adaptability

  • Uses of Surveillance

  • Foot Surveillance

  • Vehicle Surveillance

  • Fixed Surveillance

  • Preparation

  • Determining Reconnaissance Information

  • Types of Equipment Needed

  • Operator Do’s and Don’ts

  • Guidelines for Conducting Surveillance

  • Numerous Practical Field Exercises for Agents   

INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL: 

The goal of this course is to provide the surveillance operator with the knowledge, utilization of personal attributes, and the equipment and skills necessary, to successfully conduct surveillance.

 

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"INTERVIEW AND INTERROGATION LEVEL I"

Event date:
03-23-2015
Event End Date:
03-24-2015
Cut off date:
03-19-2015
Capacity:
20
Individual Price:
$249.00
Location:
Clemson City Hall

"Hosted by the Clemson Police Department, Clemson, SC"

Instructed by: Joseph “Joe” Hudock, Retired NCIS Special Agent

Course Duration: 16hrs    Classroom Environment

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course is designed to provide the law enforcement officer with the knowledge, skills, and techniques necessary when conducting criminal interviews and interrogations, with an emphasis on Miranda use, communication and listening skills, body language, as well as the importance of proper documentation of the interview or interrogation. 

 

Topics include:

  • Interview or Interrogation?

  • The Purpose of an Interview

  • The Purpose of an Interrogation

  • Guidelines for Conducting and Interview or an Interrogation

  • Proper Locations to Conduct and Interview or an Interrogation

  • Planning and Preparing the Interview or Interrogation

  • Background Information; Knowing Your Case!

  • When is Miranda Required?

  • Does the Accused Have the Capacity to Understand Their Miranda Rights?

  • Has the Accused Invoked Their Miranda Rights?

  • How Many Investigators Are Too Many?

  • Practice Good Listening Skills

  • Ask Open Ended Questions

  • Paralinguistic Cues

  • Physiological Changes

  • The Power of Persuasion

  • Documenting the Interview or Interrogation

  • What to Avoid When Conducting an Interview or an Interrogation

  • Who Has the Authority to Offer a Deal?

  • Practical Exercises with Students

INSTRUCTOR:

Joe retired as a Special Agent from the US Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) in 2008

after 22 years of service. Joe began his career investigating major felony offenses associated

with the US Navy and Marine Corps. He then transferred to the major fraud crimes unit where

he investigated fraud against the US government and associated offenses. In 2001, due to the

major terror events of 9/11, he was assigned to the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) in 

Baltimore, MD. He worked in the International Terrorism Unit (ITU), which handled all 

allegations and cases of terror activity in the United States and foreign countries. He did tours

of duty as a Human Source Handler in Iraq and Kuwait. He also did a tour of duty in

Guantanamo Bay, Cuba as an Interrogator of terrorist detainees. He has extensive overseas

investigative and protection experience in different parts of the world. Throughout his career, he

also volunteered on numerous occasions to provide protective service to both foreign and United

States dignitaries. Joe worked as a contract instructor with the US State Department and taught

in numerous African and Middle East countries. Prior to his employment with NCIS, Joe was a 

police officer in Westchester County, NY. In 2009, he also retired from the US Navy Reserve as

a Commander (Intelligence Officer), and is eager to assist today’s law enforcement with their 

training needs.

 

Global Police Solutions, LLC is an approved advanced law enforcement training provider

through the SCCJA.

First Line Supervision

Event date:
03-25-2015
Event End Date:
03-27-2015
Cut off date:
03-23-2015
Capacity:
50
Individual Price:
$295.00

“Hosted by the Virginia Beach Sheriff’s Office Training Academy – March 25-27, 2015”

Course Duration:   24 hours  Instructional Setting:   Classroom  

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 Science degree 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 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

  • 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)

  • Goal of the F.T.O. Program   

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”.

  

 

    

"RESPONDING TO THE PTSD SUBJECT"

Event date:
03-26-2015
Event End Date:
03-26-2015
Cut off date:
03-23-2015
Capacity:
20
Individual Price:
$149.00
Location:
Clemson City Hall

 

“Responding to the PTSD Subject” 

Hosted by the Clemson Police Department, Clemson, SC

March 26, 2015 

 

Course Duration:  8hrs    Instructional Setting:  Classroom 

 

Dr. Spring specializes in Diagnosis, Treatment, and education of PTSD.Today, more than ever before, law enforcement officers are faced with responding to calls for service where the subject involved is suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Officers need specialized training to learn how to defuse this individual when experiencing a PTSD episode. The typical response, especially when attempting to effect an arrest on the PTSD subject, brings about a myriad of potential safety issues for the law enforcement officer as well as the PTSD subject. Help your officers by affording them the opportunity to attain the proper tools and skills needed to function in modern law enforcement.  

 

Bio:  

Dr. Nick Spring has been applying psychological expertise in clinical, organizational and academic settings for over Thirty five years. His occupational focus includes PTSD recognition and treatment, psychological evaluation, cognitive rehabilitation, psychotherapy, group facilitation and education. He has extensive experience dealing with PTSD patients, and has spent the last five years dealing only with patients experiencing PTSD symptoms. Dr. Spring was Director of The Non-Traditional Program at the University of Mobile, where Dr. Spring served as a professor of psychology and taught courses in Psychology, Counseling, Personality Theories and Marriage/Family Therapy, and has served as a Hospital Administrator in Psychiatric hospitals in California and Florida. Dr. Spring has also has hosted several radio shows in Louisiana, California, Florida, Georgia and Tennessee, relating to mental health.

Dr. Spring has spent the past 34 years treating patients with PTSD issues and symptoms and helping those patients learn to use techniques that helped them heal and desensitize the memory circuits that held the horrific experience that lead the patient to develop PTSD symptoms, and is eager to assist the law enforcement officer understand PTSD, so they can professionally and safely deal with individuals suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.  

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION: 

This course is designed to provide the first responder with a basic understanding of Post Traumatic Dress Disorder and the disabling anxiety it causes in individuals who suffer from it. This course will provide the law enforcement officer with not only an understanding of PTSD and the conditions that stem from it, but also describes and explains how to speak with this individual and help calm them in an effort to bring them back to reality, and creating a safe environment for your officer, and the PTSD subject. 

 

Topics Include:  

  • The History of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • DSM 5 and the Symptoms of PTSD

  • How PTSD Begins

  • How Trauma Acts with the Brain

  • Case Studies

  • The Law Enforcement Officer and Defusing the PTSD Subject

  • Student Exercises in “Responding to the PTSD Subject” 

 

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 responding to calls for service where the subject is experiencing a PTSD episode.

 

Global Police Solutions, LLC is a SCCJA Approved Industry Provider of Advanced Law Enforcement training.

First Line Supervision Level I

Event date:
04-01-2015
Event End Date:
04-03-2015
Cut off date:
03-27-2015
Capacity:
30
Individual Price:
$295.00

"Hosted by the City of Charleston Police Department, Charleston, SC"

 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 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”.

 

"INTERVIEW AND INTERROGATION LEVEL I"

Event date:
04-06-2015
Event End Date:
04-07-2015
Cut off date:
04-02-2015
Capacity:
30
Individual Price:
$249.00

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

Course Duration:  16 hours   Instructional Setting:  Classroom 

Instructor:  Joseph “Joe” Hudock, Retired NCIS Special Agent, FLETC Certified Instructor,    Interviewing/Interrogations, Terrorist Crime Scene Investigations, Criminal/Intelligence, Confidential Source Management after 22 years of service.Joe began his career investigating major felony offenses associated with the US Navy and Marine Corps. He then transferred to the major fraud crimes unit where he investigated fraud against the US government and associated offenses. In 2001, due to the major terror events of 9/11, he was assigned to the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) in Baltimore, MD. He worked in the International Terrorism Unit (ITU), which handled allegations and cases of terror activity in the United States and foreign countries. He did tours of duty as a Human Source Handler in Iraq and Kuwait. He also did a tour of duty in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba as an Interrogator of terrorist detainees. He has extensive overseas investigative and protection experience in different parts of the world. Throughout his career, he also volunteered on numerous occasions to provide protective service to both foreign and United States dignitaries. Joe worked as a contract instructor with the US State Department and taught in numerous African and Middle East countries. Prior to his employment with NCIS, Joe was a police officer in Westchester County, NY. In 2009, he also retired from the US Navy Reserve as a Commander (Intelligence Officer), and is eager to assist today’s law enforcement with their investigative needs.

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION: 

This course is designed to provide the law enforcement officer with the knowledge, skills, and techniques necessary when conducting criminal interviews and interrogations, with an emphasis on Miranda use, communication and listening skills, body language, as well as the importance of proper documentation of the interview or interrogation. 

Topics include: 

  • Interview or Interrogation?

  • The Purpose of an Interview

  • The Purpose of an Interrogation

  • Guidelines for Conducting and Interview or an Interrogation

  • Proper Locations to Conduct and Interview or an Interrogation

  • Planning and Preparing the Interview or Interrogation

  • Background Information; Knowing Your Case!

  • When is Miranda Required?

  • Does the Accused Have the Capacity to Understand Their Miranda Rights?

  • Has the Accused Invoked Their Miranda Rights?

  • How Many Investigators Are Too Many?

  • Practice Good Listening Skills

  • Ask Open Ended Questions

  • Paralinguistic Cues

  • Physiological Changes

  • The Power of Persuasion

  • Documenting the Interview or Interrogation

  • What to Avoid When Conducting an Interview or an Interrogation

  • Who Has the Authority to Offer a Deal?

  • Practical Exercises with Students

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.

"Methamphetamine Awareness and Identification"

Event date:
04-13-2015
Event End Date:
04-13-2015
Cut off date:
04-09-2015
Capacity:
20
Individual Price:
$149.00
Location:
Clemson City Hall

"Hosted by the Clemson Police Department"

Class Duration:  8hrs       Instructional Setting:  Classroom

Instructed by:  John Griffin, Certified Advanced DEA Clan Lab Investigator, Instructor 

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. 

 

Instructor:   

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 South Carolina. John still serves as a certified Law Enforcement Investigator who 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.                          

      

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.

 

  

"METHAMPHETAMINE AWARENESS AND IDENTIFICATION"

Event date:
04-20-2015
Event End Date:
04-20-2015
Cut off date:
04-16-2015
Capacity:
30
Individual Price:
$149.00

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

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 with the North Myrtle Beach Police Department. John still serves as a certified Law Enforcement Investigator who 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. “Professional Training for Today’s Law Enforcement”

    

 

"INTERVIEW AND INTERROGATION LEVEL I"

Event date:
04-21-2015
Event End Date:
04-22-2015
Cut off date:
04-16-2015
Capacity:
35
Individual Price:
$249.00

"Hosted by the North Louisiana Criminal Justice Academy"

Coursed Duration: 16hrs       Instructional Setting:  Classroom

Instructed By:   Joseph “Joe” Hudock, Retired NCIS Agent,  FLETC Certified Instructor,       Interviewing/Interrogations.

Joe Hudock retired as a Special Agent from the US Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) in 2008 after 22 years of service.Joe began his career investigating major felony offenses associated with the US Navy and Marine Corps. He then transferred to the major fraud crimes unit where he investigated fraud against the US government and associated offenses. In 2001, due to the major terror events of 9/11, he was assigned to the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) in Baltimore, MD. He worked in the International Terrorism Unit (ITU), which handled all allegations and cases of terror activity in the United States and foreign countries. He did tours of duty as a Human Source Handler in Iraq and Kuwait. He also did a tour of duty in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba as an Interrogator of terrorist detainees. He has extensive overseas investigative and protection experience in different parts of the world. Throughout his career, he also volunteered on numerous occasions to provide protective service to both foreign and United States dignitaries. Joe worked as a contract instructor with the US State Department and taught in numerous African and Middle East countries. Prior to his employment with NCIS, Joe was a police officer in Westchester County, NY. In 2009, he also retired from the US Navy Reserve as a Commander (Intelligence Officer), and is eager to assist today’s law enforcement with their training needs.  

COURSE DESCRIPTION: 

This course is designed to provide the law enforcement officer with the knowledge, skills, and techniques necessary when conducting criminal interviews and interrogations, with an emphasis on Miranda use, communication and listening skills, body language, as well as the importance of proper documentation of the interview or interrogation.

 

Topics include:   

  • Interview or Interrogation?

  • The Purpose of an Interview

  • The Purpose of an Interrogation

  • Guidelines for Conducting and Interview or an Interrogation

  • Proper Locations to Conduct and Interview or an Interrogation

  • Planning and Preparing the Interview or Interrogation

  • Background Information; Knowing Your Case!

  • When is Miranda Required?

  • Does the Accused Have the Capacity to Understand Their Miranda Rights?

  • Has the Accused Invoked Their Miranda Rights?

  • How Many Investigators Are Too Many?

  • Practice Good Listening Skills

  • Ask Open Ended Questions

  • Paralinguistic Cues

  • Physiological Changes

  • The Power of Persuasion

  • Documenting the Interview or Interrogation

  • What to Avoid When Conducting an Interview or an Interrogation

  • Who Has the Authority to Offer a Deal?

  • Practical Exercises with Students 

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. 

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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. 

"INTERVIEW AND INTERROGATION LEVEL I"

Event date:
04-30-2015
Event End Date:
05-01-2015
Cut off date:
04-27-2015
Capacity:
30
Individual Price:
$249.00

"Hosted by the Atlantic County Dept. of Public Safety Police Training Center"

Instructed by: Joseph “Joe” Hudock, Retired NCIS Agent

Course Duration: 16hrs    Classroom Environment 

COURSE DESCRIPTION: 

This course is designed to provide the law enforcement officer with the knowledge, skills, and techniques necessary when conducting criminal interviews and interrogations, with an emphasis on Miranda use, communication and listening skills, body language, as well as the importance of proper documentation of the interview or interrogation.  

Topics include: 

  • Interview or Interrogation?

  • The Purpose of an Interview

  • The Purpose of an Interrogation

  • Guidelines for Conducting and Interview or an Interrogation

  • Proper Locations to Conduct and Interview or an Interrogation

  • Planning and Preparing the Interview or Interrogation

  • Background Information; Knowing Your Case!

  • When is Miranda Required?

  • Does the Accused Have the Capacity to Understand Their Miranda Rights?

  • Has the Accused Invoked Their Miranda Rights?

  • How Many Investigators Are Too Many?

  • Practice Good Listening Skills

  • Ask Open Ended Questions

  • Paralinguistic Cues

  • Physiological Changes

  • The Power of Persuasion

  • Documenting the Interview or Interrogation

  • What to Avoid When Conducting an Interview or an Interrogation

  • Who Has the Authority to Offer a Deal?

  • Practical Exercises with Students

INSTRUCTOR:

Joe retired as a Special Agent from the US Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) in 2008

after 22 years of service. Joe began his career investigating major felony offenses associated

with the US Navy and Marine Corps. He then transferred to the major fraud crimes unit where

he investigated fraud against the US government and associated offenses. In 2001, due to the

major terror events of 9/11, he was assigned to the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) in 

Baltimore, MD. He worked in the International Terrorism Unit (ITU), which handled all 

allegations and cases of terror activity in the United States and foreign countries. He did tours

of duty as a Human Source Handler in Iraq and Kuwait. He also did a tour of duty in

Guantanamo Bay, Cuba as an Interrogator of terrorist detainees. He has extensive overseas

investigative and protection experience in different parts of the world. Throughout his career, he

also volunteered on numerous occasions to provide protective service to both foreign and United

States dignitaries. Joe worked as a contract instructor with the US State Department and taught

in numerous African and Middle East countries. Prior to his employment with NCIS, Joe was a 

police officer in Westchester County, NY. In 2009, he also retired from the US Navy Reserve as

a Commander (Intelligence Officer), and is eager to assist today’s law enforcement with their 

training needs.

 

Global Police Solutions, LLC is a preferred and featured training provider with PoliceOne.com

for advanced law enforcement training throughout the United States and Abroad.

"OFFICER SURVIVAL - Treatment Under Fire"

Event date:
05-04-2015
Event End Date:
05-05-2015
Cut off date:
04-30-2015
Capacity:
25
Individual Price:
$329.00

"Hosted by the North Charleston Police Department"

Instructed by: Brian F. Mancuso MPAS, PA-C and Former USA Special Forces Combat Medic

Brian has been a combat medic in the Army for nearly a decade and a half.  Inspired by his peers, Brian attained a Master of Physician Assistant Studies and became a certified Physician Assistant in 2006.  Since then he has worked in numerous fields including Orthopedic Surgery and Emergency Medicine.  Due to a desire to work with the best this country had to offer, Brian proved himself capable of operating with US Army Special Forces.  Since 2008, he has had the honor of serving in SF in multiple capacities, the most cherished of which is being deployed as a member of an ODA, working as a "medical enabler".  Brian has had many unique opportunities which include working with Czech Special Forces, British Commandos, British Territorial Army in Gibraltar, Afghan National Police, Afghan National Army, and the Afghan Commandos.  Recently, he has worked as a Hollywood set medic on the latest Batman movie. Since returning home from deployment, Brian has begun training local, state, and federal law enforcement officers in point of wounding trauma medicine.  He is a graduate of the NTOA endorsed S.T.O.R.M program and is instructor certified. He is an active member of his areas regional SWAT team and participates in all training and call outs. He has taken advantage of all the military training made available to him, including Special Forces Basic Combat Course, Airborne, Air Assault, Squad Designated Marksman, and Small Arms Instructor Range Operations Course. His medical training includes Advanced Trauma Life Support, Pre-hospital Life Support, Advanced Burn Life Support, Advanced Wilderness Life Support, Pre-hospital Life Support, and S.T.O.R.M.  

Class Duration:  16hrs    Instructional Setting:  Classroom/Field 

COURSE DESCRIPTION 

Tactical Trauma Level 1 was designed to provide the officer with the techniques and procedures necessary to provide “immediate” life saving medical care to officers and team members injured in the line of duty, while operating in a tactical environment. When EMT’s and Paramedics can’t enter a scene where officers are still engaged in a fire fight, this course provides your officers with the knowledge, skills, and techniques needed to give the downed officer a fighting chance at survival. 

   

Topics Include:  

  • History and Evolution of TC3(Tactical Combat Casualty Care)

  • Treat and Prevent the Three Leading Causes of Death on the Battlefield(Streets)

  • Wound Ballistics

  • Blast Injuries

  • Firearm Projectiles

  • Human Anatomy

  • Understanding Wound Pathology and How TC3 Works

  • Care Under Fire(Limitations, Tactics, SABA, Hemorrhage Control)

  • ABC’s of Tactical Field Care

  • Skills Review-CAT

  • Applying Chest Seals/Hemostatic Agents

  • CASEVAC-Methods

  • Communication and Platforms

  • Mass Casualties and Triage

  • Use of a Litter

  • Practical Exercises Utilizing Actual Patients in a Tactical Environmentwith Simulated Injuries 

 

“Remember; right now your enemy is training and preparing 

so that when he meets you, he will defeat you.  

Never quit/Train to win/God Bless”

 

 

 

Supervision and Leadership Level II

Event date:
05-04-2015
Event End Date:
05-06-2015
Cut off date:
05-01-2015
Capacity:
30
Individual Price:
$329.00

 

              

  “Hosted by the Virginia Beach Sheriff’s Office Training Academy May 4-6, 2015”

Course Duration:   24 hours     Instructional Setting:    Classroom 

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. Jim is dedicated to presenting professional, “Hands On” law enforcement training, and encourages students by engaging them in class and group discussions. Come experience the Global Police Solutions way of advanced law enforcement training. Your officers will gain the skills, knowledge, and techniques required to motivate themselves and inspire other officers, as well as the communities they serve.

 

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  

 

This course is designed to ensure a quality presentation of advanced 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

  • Policy Development Continued

  • Planning

  • Budgeting
  • Interpersonal Communication Skills

  • Stress Management

  • Dealing with the Media

  • Supervising in Today’s Society

  • Value Driven Leadership

  • Review and Test 

 

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”

 

  

  

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