Today is October 26, 2021
 

ACPA SPONSORED TRAINING

The Arizona Crime Prevention Association provides quality training throughout the state of Arizona. We strive on bringing our members state of the art and cutting edge training opportunities. We will always attempt to do this at a reduced cost or no cost to members.

We will also post trainings sponsored by other agencies and organizations below as we become aware of them.

No current acpa training.

ACPA NO SHOW POLICY

Please do not register for any ACPA training unless you plan on attending. If you register and don't show, or cancel and do not find a replacement, you will have taken a slot that someone else could have used. You or your department will be charged a $50 cancellation/no show fee.


NON-SPONSORED TRAINING

NE-IAATI October 2021 Training

 
Oct. 26 @ 2 PM ET : Driver Exchange for Traffic and Patrol Training . Learn More

Oct. 27 @ 2 PM ET
: Records Solutions Training. Learn More

Oct. 28 @ 1 PM ET: NE-IAATI - Hiding in Plain Sight: Cartels and Their Culture. Learn More 
 

Investigating Trends: Human Trafficking

November 2, 2021 at 1 PM ET

Join us for a collaborative deep dive into trends, tools, victim services, and legal implications of human trafficking in the United States. A panel of experts in the field will provide valuable insight to help you identify instances in your community, solve cases, and support victims.

Featured Speakers:

  • Greg Bristol, FBI Human Trafficking Expert
  • Professor Terry Coonan, FSU School of Law
  • Kaley Dattilo, Analyst II, Child Sex Trafficking Team, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
  • Tom Stack, Street Cop Trainer and Baltimore Mayor Human Trafficking Advisor

This is a closed webinar for law enforcement and affiliated professionals only. Credentials are required.


 JOHN E. REID & ASSOCIATES, INC.

World Leader in Interviewing and Interrogation Training

THE REID TECHNIQUE OF INVESTIGATIVE INTERVIEWING AND POSITIVE PERSUASION™
available via zoom.
WHAT TOPICS ARE COVERED: This training program will consist of three primary topics:

1. Behavior Symptom Analysis

2. The Behavior Analysis Interview

3. The Seven Steps of Positive Persuasion

Each participant will receive a printable workbook for the training program that is designed for note taking and a digital certificate indicating 6 hours CPE credits at the completion of the program.

As a preview of the topics we discuss during the ZOOM class, we have two brief presentations on our Reid Investigator Tips YouTube channel.

  • The Essential Elements of the Positive Persuasion Process - Click Here
  • Preparing for the Interview - Click here
ZOOM TRAINING FEE AND REGISTRTION: The One-day Zoom IIPP course fee is $149 per person. Payment must be made prior to the training date.
 
Click here for TRAINING SCHEDULE
For additional information regarding THE REID TECHNIQUE® training programs and correlating schedule, visit www.reid.com or contact Toni Overman, toverman@reid.com.

 

Cyberharassment and Cyberstalking

Expert Q&A session on "Cyberharassment and Cyberstalking" with guest hosts Jayne A. Hitchcock and Eric McGriff

If you have questions for the hosts, they welcome your contact by email: Jayne A. Hitchcock and Eric McGriff.


NW3C Training Calendar

 

VIEW ALL AVAILABLE TRAINING HERE. 


AMERICAN CRIME PREVENTION INSTITUTE

New programs for 2021 now open!

Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design

Certification program now available in self-paced format

 

CLICK HERE TO VIEW ALL UPCOMING PROGRAMS 

  • Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design
  • Basic Crime Prevention
  • Security Assessment
  • School Security Strategies and Design *NEW*
  • Community-Oriented Policing *NEW*

The Justice Clearinghouse

Online Course: Inductive Interviewing for Justice Professionals

Built on the foundation of time-tested interviewing principles, the Inductive Interview System brings a fresh approach to interviewing that is innovative, unique, and highly effective. Non-coercive and non-linear, the system can be easily applied by any officer who has to gather information and determine the credibility of sources.


National Criminal Justice Training Center

 

Live Webinar

Organizational Change: Creating an Environment and Culture for Effective Policing and Positive Community Relations

January 5, 2022 | 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm CST | $39

 
 

4TH QUARTER TRAINING IS LIVE!

VIEW ALL AVAILABLE TRAINING HERE.



Child Abuse:

From Suspicion to Disclosure Online

November 30

 

CST Forensic Interview Training Online

November 2 - 4

November 16 - 18

 

Creating a Community Action Plan for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse Online

October 12 - 13

December 16 - 17

 

Multidisciplinary Team Response

to Child Sex Trafficking Online

November 1 - 4

December 6 - 9

 

Following the Evidence in

Child Abuse and Child Exploitation Cases Online

November 9 - 10

December 1 - 2

 

CST Forensic Interview Training Online

November 2 - 4

November 16 - 18

 

Missing Child Investigations in Indian Country

November 1 - 4, 2021

 

Prosecutors Strategies for Child Sex Trafficking and Exploitation Cases

October 27, 2021

November 17, 2021

 

Initial Response Strategies and Tactics When Responding to Missing Children Incidents

November 9, 2021

 

Response to At-Risk Missing and

High-Risk Endangered Missing Children

November 4, 2021

 

Child Abduction Tabletop

Exercise - 4 Hrs

December 2, 2021

December 16, 2021

 

AMBER Alert Activation Best Practices

November 15, 2021


2022 TRAINING IS LIVE!

VIEW ALL AVAILABLE TRAINING HERE.

 

Current Drug Trends

Jan 11 - 14

Jul 18 - 21

 

What Are They Running From? Youth Trauma and Addressing Adverse Childhood Experiences

Jan 19 - 20

 

Child Homicide Investigations

Jan 22 - 23

San Diego, CA

 

Protecting Children in a Digital Age

Feb 3

 

Enhancing Investigations through Genetic Genealogy

Feb 7 - 8

 

Verbal De-Escalation and Conflict Resolution

Mar 16 - 17

 

Criminal Connections: Child Pornography

and Child Sexual Abuse

May 2 - 3

Little Rock, AR

 

Psychology of School Threat Assessments

Jun 20 - 21

Chandler, AZ

 

Mobile Device Investigations

Jul 25 - 27

Midwest City, OK

 

Webinar

* Critical 3 - Technology Device Rules in the Home

Recorded on April 30, 2021

Do you set technology device boundaries in your home? Do you provide professional guidance to others about safe technology uses for children and families? Technology devices have a large presence in our daily lives, surrounding us in our homes, schools, and workplaces. They assist us in many ways but can be equally disruptive or dangerous if not marshalled correctly. Dana Miller shares three critical things to consider when teaching or setting your own technology device limits for children and adolescents. WATCH NOW


Webinar 

Critical 3 - Maximizing your Training and Teaching

Recorded on April 6, 2021

Do you currently teach or instruct within your organization or agency? Teaching can be one of the most difficult, yet rewarding jobs we can do within our profession. Truly great instructors make lasting impacts on their students, their organizations, and their profession as a whole. Consider three ways you can approach your training sessions to truly maximize your outcomes and deliver great training to your students.


Webinar

Critical 3 - Effective Organizational Change

Recorded on February 24, 2021

Why do agencies need to change and evolve? What steps are you taking to help foster an inclusive culture and a transparent organization? Consider three ways to approach and implement organizational change that can strengthen community and employee trust.

WATCH NOW

Webinar

Critical 3 - 3 Ways to Take Suspicion Out of Your Death Cases

Duration: 0h 7m | Recorded on November 30, 2020

Suspicious deaths can take months or even years to solve. Collaboration is key to a positive outcome for victims and their families. Bill Hanson shares three critical ways to ensure success in your death investigation cases.

WATCH NOW

 Webinar
Critical 3 - Crisis Management: What the Media Want to Hear From You

Duration: 0h 8m | Recorded on October 29, 2020

How does your agency communicate with media during a crisis? What steps have you taken to prepare? Anne Schwartz will share three things your agency can do to communicate effectively during a crisis.


 Webinar

Critical 3 - Trauma and Its Impact on Youth

Recorded on January 18, 2021

Protecting our youth is a fundamental goal for those who work in the criminal justice system or in social services. What steps can you take to help limit the trauma our youth potentially face? Consider three ways to help improve your role as a trauma-informed provider.

WATCH NOW

Webinar

Critical 3 - Wellness and Resiliency: It Starts With You!

Duration: 0h 7m | Recorded on September 10, 2020

Who is gassing your tank? What steps are you taking to focus on your emotional health and wellbeing? Consider three ways you can improve your emotional health while creating resiliency to the challenges each of us face personally and professionally.

WATCH NOW

Telcommunications Best Practices for Missing and Abducted Children.
Self paced course 
Provides law enforcement telecommunications personnel with information and resources to promote swift and effective response to incidents of endangered missing and abducted children. Learn about the scope, scale and nature of the problem, best practice policy, and protocols for telecommunications response. Review important NCIC record entry and data management considerations and resources for the communications center.

Investigative Checklist Training for Patrol First Responders

Self-led
Gain an overview of the Patrol First Response investigative checklist resource. This training provides a guided case-scenario review of important checklist elements and considerations for effective use. Patrol officers can use this information to support accurate and effective response to reports of endangered missing or abducted children, and assist with steps essential to communicate information to arriving investigators. You will find the resource in the Resources tab on this webpage.

Following the Evidence in Child Abuse and Child Exploitation Cases
Live Online Instructor Led
NO FEE 

Examine the importance of multidisciplinary team (MDT) case coordination and evidence corroboration in the investigation of child abuse cases. Learn how to evaluate evidentiary findings through crime scene images, interviews and case studies. Understand multidisciplinary team members' roles and responsibilities for protecting child victims and prosecuting offenders. Focus on offenders’ use of technology, including the use of sexually explicit images of minors (child pornography) in grooming and manipulation. Discuss a variety of technology that can be used by investigators.


Response to At-Risk Missing and High-Risk Endangered Missing Children
Live Online Instructor Led

NOV 4, 2021

Gather information on how to engage and construct a collaborative response to at-risk missing and high-risk endangered missing children. Explore how a missing child’s path to becoming a victim of exploitation intersects with the child protection, law enforcement and juvenile justice systems and acts as a risk factor to abductions. Identify opportunities within those systems for prevention and engagement. Examine the complex, layered exploitation these victims endure and how exploiters capitalize on this victimization.

Child Sex Trafficking: From Suspicion to Disclosure
Live Online Instructor Led
AVAILABLE TO SCHEDULE 

Learn techniques and strategies to enhance the likelihood of obtaining information from possible victims of child sex trafficking. Compare and contrast typical child sexual abuse cases with child sex trafficking (CST) cases and address the different points of entry into the criminal justice and welfare system for CST victims. Understand various disciplines' roles and responsibilities and how they can contribute to a positive outcome of the CST case. Examine question strategy, interview dynamics, language use, and interview suggestions. Discuss the business model of child sex trafficking as it relates to a variety of crimes, including the use of sexually explicit images of minors (child pornography).


Protecting Children in a Digital Age
Live Online Instructor Led

FEBRUARY 3, 2022

Learn about the technology that our youth are using and the role that it plays in their lives to create better understanding and open up meaningful communication. Increase awareness of opportunities to protect and connect with children while also gathering valuable information to mitigate threats posed by individuals who seek to exploit them.

Conducting Child Abuse Investigations
Classroom
AVAILABLE TO SCHEDULE 

Gather up-to-date information for the investigation and prosecution of all types of child abuse cases utilizing a multidisciplinary team (MDT) approach. Learn about medical evidence, interviewing child victims/witnesses and adult suspects/witnesses, along with legal issues involved in the investigation and prosecution of child physical and sexual abuse cases. Discuss trends in offenders’ use of t... More... More... Moreechnology, the use of sexually explicit images of minors (child pornography), and sextortion. Learn law enforcement investigative techniques that capitalize on new technology.


School Resource Officer Training Conference
Live Online Instructor Led
AVAILABLE TO SCHEDULE

Our conference theme is "Protecting Our Children Through Prevention and Response". Join other law enforcement and school personnel to address school violence and youth victimization concerns through the use of crime prevention and response strategies and review lessons learned from relevant case studies. Examine the impacts of trauma on youth and effective strategies for working with students expe... More... More... Moreriencing mental illness and learning disabilities. Explore the most current trends among youth relating to social media and alcohol and substance abuse. Discuss successful prevention and intervention program models.

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Conducting Unexplained Child Death Investigations
Classroom

AVAILABLE TO SCHEDULE

Learn how to utilize the evidence to support the proper conclusion in cases involving the death of a child. Discuss possible causes of death and gain best practices and tips including various investigative steps for first responders to evidence collection, witness and suspect interviews, and medical examination, and legal issues for prosecution.
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Reimagining Policing: Strategies for Building Community Relationships that Last
Live Online Instructor Led
AVAILABLE TO SCHEDULE

Gain insight and strategies to maximize how police agencies can connect with their community and important stakeholders through ongoing dialog and partnerships. Consider minority perceptions of policing due to historical events and ways to overcome some of these barriers. Discover strategies for creating a “learning organizational culture” while appreciating the fragile relationship with our com... More... Moremunities. A focus will be on the importance of police legitimacy through ethics, empathy and equity.

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Investigating and Prosecuting No Body Homicides
Live Online Instructor Led
NOV 29-DEC 2, 2021 

Explore the challenges involved with no body homicide investigations. Most start as missing persons cases; the suspect’s head start coupled with the absence of the victim’s body leaves gaping holes in the investigation. Join us to hear from experienced instructors as they provide the framework and tools to build a prosecutable circumstantial case—regardless of the age of the case—from proving the... More... More victim is dead using established practices such as victimology, interviews, documents/records/digital footprint to search strategies and best practices in documentation. This training will also provide established prosecution strategies that maximize the likelihood of success. During instruction, there will be an opportunity to share your case as a class participation case study exercise.

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The Arizona Crime Prevention Association, Inc. is not responsible for content included on Web sites or in training curriculum that is part of training not sponsored by the ACPA. This information is provided as a resource only.