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Chief Executive Officer Safe School Forum (SEO)
Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED)
Key Elements For Effective School Policing (KE)
Missing and Exploited Children Chief Executive Officer Seminar (CEO)
Protecting Children Online (PCO)
Protecting Children Online for Prosecutors (PRO)
Protecting Children Online: Unit Commander/Policy Training (UC)
Safe Schools Interagency Team Planning Program (STP)
School Resource Officer Leadership Program (SRO)

Chief Executive Officer Safe School Forum (SEO)

The Chief Executive Officer Safe School Forum (SEO) is a two-day course that provides an overview of the School Resource Officer (SRO) training initiative and introduces a model framework for greater collaboration in addressing issues related to school safety. This program supports the overall goal of empowering School Resource Officers and developing best practices and standards of excellence.

Program Highlights include an Issue Perspective, Model Policy and Policy Development, Comprehensive Strategies, Information Sharing, Legal Issues, Community-Oriented Policing and Problem Solving Self-Assessment, and Resources.

Target Audience is Police Chiefs and Sheriffs attending as a team with their educational counterparts, typically School Superintendents.

Costs Covered
The costs for training, training materials, airfare, lodging, breakfast, and lunch are covered while attending class.

Notes The program is typically delivered Sunday and Monday at the JRLETC at NCMEC headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia.

Contact For questions or registration information, please contact the NCMEC Training Division at 703-837-6334 or via E-mail at .

Course Schedule (SEO)
March 14-15, 2004
April 25-26, 2004
July 25-26, 2004
October 17-18, 2004
October 31-November 1, 2004
November 7-8, 2004

Typical Agenda (PDF file)



Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED)


Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) is a three-day course designed to train School Resource Officers and other school personnel on CPTED concepts, definitions, and strategies. When completed, participants will be able to conduct their own security audit and assessment of proposed plans, renovations, and existing school facilities.

Target Audience is law-enforcement officers who serve in the role as a School Resource Officer, School Liaison Officer, School Administrator, and other school personnel with responsibility for school safety or school design. Priority consideration is given to individuals who have attended the SRO course, or individuals who are nominated by their Police Chief, Sheriff, or School Administrator, and who have also attended the CEO, SEO, or STP courses.

Costs Covered The costs for training, training materials, and single-occupancy lodging are covered while attending class. The participant is responsible for transportation, meals, and incidental expenses.

Notes The program is typically held regionally throughout the United States with a maximum of two participants per agency.

Contact For a course schedule, questions, or registration information, please contact a Fox Valley Technical College Coordinator at 1-800-648-4966 or via their web site at http://dept.fvtc.edu/ojjdp/.

Typical Agenda (PDF file)



Key Elements For Effective School Policing (KE)

The purpose of this four-and-one-half-day course is to provide instruction on selected key elements related to the most effective enforcement, intervention, and prevention practices in a school environment.

Program Highlights include Investigating Physical Abuse and Neglect of Children, Responding to Sexual Victimization of Children, Investigating Computer Crimes Against Children, Interrogating the Offender, Interviewing Victims, Investigating/Preventing Parental Child Abduction, Working with Serious Habitual Juvenile Offenders, Identifying Gangs, and Coordinating Probation/School Problems.

Target Audience is law-enforcement officers who serve in the role as a School Resource Officer, School Liaison Officer, or otherwise working with schools in his or her community. Priority consideration is given to individuals who have attended the SRO or individuals who are nominated by their Police Chief, Sheriff, or School Administrator and who have also attended the CEO, SEO, or STP courses.

Costs Covered The costs for tuition, student materials, instructional cost, and single-occupancy lodging are covered while attending class. The participant is responsible for transportation, meals, and incidental expenses.
Notes The program is typically held regionally throughout the United States with a maximum of two participants per agency.

Contact For a course schedule, questions, or registration information, please contact a Fox Valley Technical College Coordinator at 1-800-648-4966 or via their web site at http://dept.fvtc.edu/ojjdp/.

Typical Agenda (PDF file)



Missing and Exploited Children Chief Executive Officer Seminar (CEO)

The Missing and Exploited Children Chief Executive Officer Seminar (CEO) is a two-day course that provides Police Chiefs and Sheriffs an orientation to the issues related to missing and exploited children’s cases. Information is provided regarding effective policies and practices in addition to technical assistance, training, and available resources.

Program Highlights include Missing Children: Nature of the Problem, Developing a Law-Enforcement Strategy to Missing and Exploited Children, Media Issues and Use, Victim Impact, Policies and Practices for CEOs, Training and Resources, Community Self Assessment, and Planning a Strategy.

Target Audience is Police Chiefs and Sheriffs.

Costs Covered The costs for training, training materials, airfare, lodging, breakfast, and lunch are covered while attending class.

Notes The program is typically delivered Sunday and Monday at the JRLETC at NCMEC headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia.

Contact For questions or registration information, please contact the NCMEC Training Division at 703-837-6348 or via E-mail at .

Course Schedule (CEO)
February 22-23, 2004
April 18-19, 2004
June 13-14, 2004
July 18-19, 2004
August 1-2, 2004
August 29-30, 2004
October 3-4, 2004

Typical Agenda (PDF file)



Protecting Children Online (PCO)

Protecting Children Online (PCO) is a four-and-one-half-day course designed to familiarize law-enforcement investigators with the technical and legal issues of conducting investigations of computer-facilitated crimes against children.

Program Highlights include Child Victims and Child Molesters, Technical Overview, Investigative Techniques, Legal Issues, Investigative Standards and Best Practices, and Resources
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Target Audience is law-enforcement officers who are responsible for the investigation of the victimization of children online. Attendees are typically nominated by CEO or UC graduates, OJJDP Internet Crimes Against Children Task Forces, and NCMEC's federal law-enforcement partners.

Costs Covered The costs of training, training materials, and lodging are covered while attending classes.

Notes The program is typically delivered Monday through Friday regionally throughout the United States.

Contact For a course schedule, questions, or registration information, please contact a Fox Valley Technical College coordinator at 1-800-648-4966 or via their web site at http://dept.fvtc.edu/ojjdp/.

Typical Agenda (PDF file)



Protecting Children Online for Prosecutors (PRO)

Protecting Children Online for Prosecutors (PRO) is a four-and-one-half-day course designed to familiarize prosecutors with computer-facilitated crimes against children and the ever-evolving legal and technical issues surrounding those investigations.

Program Highlights include Computer Crimes Against Children; Child Victims and Child Molesters; Technical Overview; Expert Testimony, Charging, Pleas, and Sentencing; Medical Issues; Defenses; Preparing Cases; Investigative Standards and Best Practices; and Resources.

Target Audience is state and local prosecutors assigned to handle computer-facilitated crimes against children. Attendees are typically nominated by UC graduates, OJJDP Internet Crimes Against Children Task Forces, and NCMEC’s federal law-enforcement partners.

Costs Covered The costs for training, training materials, airfare, lodging, breakfast, and lunch are covered while attending class.

Notes The program is typically delivered Sunday through Thursday at the JRLETC at NCMEC headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia.

Contact For questions or registration information, please contact the NCMEC Training Division at 703-837-6334 or via E-mail at .

Course Schedule (PRO)
January 11-15, 2004
January 25-29, 2004
March 7-11, 2004
May 16-20, 2004
June 27-July 1, 2004
September 19-23, 2004
October 24-28, 2004

Typical Agenda (PDF file)



Protecting Children Online: Unit Commander/Policy Training (UC)

Protecting Children Online: Unit Commander/Policy Training (UC) is a two-and-one-half-day course designed to familiarize law-enforcement supervisors with the technical, legal, and managerial issues of conducting investigations of computer-facilitated crimes against children.

Program Highlights include Child Victims and Child Molesters, Technical Overview, Legal Issues, Investigative Standards and Best Practices, and Resources.

Target Audience is law-enforcement officials who supervise the men and women who investigate the victimization of children online. Attendees are typically nominated by CEO attendees, OJJDP Internet Crimes Against Children Task Forces, and NCMEC's federal law-enforcement partners. Participants must be nominated/approved by their Police Chief or Sheriff.

Costs Covered The costs for training, training materials, airfare, lodging, breakfast, and lunch are covered while attending class.

Notes The program is typically delivered Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday at the JRLETC at NCMEC headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia.

Contact For questions or registration information, please contact the NCMEC Training Division at 703-837-6334 or via E-mail at .

Course Schedule (UC)
February 2-4, 2004 (Baton Rouge, LA)
March 28-30, 2004
May 11-13, 2004 (Seattle, WA)
June 6-8, 2004
July 6-8, 2004 (Sacramento, CA)
August 15-17, 2004
December 5-7, 2004

Typical Agenda (PDF file)



Safe Schools Interagency Team Planning Program (STP)

The Safe Schools Interagency Team Planning Program (STP) is a five-day course that brings together chief executives from law enforcement, schools, social-service agencies, and juvenile-justice agencies to improve information sharing, cooperation, coordination, and the overall juvenile-justice system's response to school-safety issues. This program supports the overall goal of empowering the School Resource Officer and developing best practices and standards of excellence.

Program Highlights include Schools, Crime, and Juvenile Justice; Existing Trends; Comprehensive Inter-Agency Model Enforcement and Control, Prevention, and Intervention; Developing Strategies; Legal Issues and Information Sharing; School Safety Planning; Best Practices; and School Safety Planning.

Target Audience are communities whose law-enforcement and education officials have attended SEO and who have developed and submitted a comprehensive action plan.

Costs Covered The costs for training, training materials, airfare, and lodging are covered while attending class.

Notes The program is typically delivered Monday through Friday regionally throughout the United States.

Contact For a course schedule, questions, or registration information, please contact a Fox Valley Technical College Coordinator at 1-800-648-4966 or via their web site at http://dept.fvtc.edu/ojjdp/.

Typical Agenda (PDF file)



School Resource Officer Leadership Program (SRO)

The School Resource Officer Leadership Program (SRO) is a four-and-one-half-day course that demonstrates standards of excellence and best practices for SROs. The program emphasizes the leadership role of the SRO in maintaining safe schools and communities.

Program Highlights include individual and Agency Self-Assessment, School-Focused Comprehensive Interagency Model, Best Practices, Legal Issues, Community-Oriented Policing and Problem Solving, and Resources.

Target Audience is law-enforcement officers in a role as a School Resource Officer, School Liaison Officer, or otherwise working with the schools of his or her community. Attendees are typically nominated by their Police Chief or Sheriff who has attended SEO.

Costs Covered The costs for training, training materials, airfare, and lodging are covered while attending class.

Notes The program is typically delivered Monday through Friday regionally throughout the United States.

Contact For a course schedule, questions, or registration information, please contact 1-877-446-2632, extension 6081, or via E-mail at .

Typical Agenda (PDF file)

 
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