Supervision / Leadership Class May 17, 18, 19,
Learn the necessary skills to transition in rank as a Supervisor
Be Prepared to handle day to day operations
Learn to properly use a system of Rewards & Discipline
Learn the basics of proper Leadership
And much more!
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George Megelsh M.A.
The Madison County Sheriff’s Office will once again be offering a 40-hour Basic School Resource Officer class from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on July 26-30, 2021. This class is designed to meet the training requirement for first time SROs.
The Madison County Sheriff’s Office will once again be offering a 16-hour School Resource Officer Update class from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on July 29-30, 2021. This class is designed to meet the annual training requirement for current SROs.
Basic SRO Class & SRO Update Class
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This 16-hour tuition-free Multijurisdictional Counterdrug Task Force Training course provides students with the crucial knowledge to make informed, effective, and coordinated commercial vehicle searches for the purpose of detecting hidden compartments used to transport illegal narcotics and related contraband. Students learn the role that commercial vehicles play in smuggling throughout the country, as well as the techniques and strategies to find these hidden compartments during traffic encounters. This 2-day option provides photo and video walk-throughs that can be delivered at any location.
SECRET COMPARTMENT RECOGNITION EDUCATION
Learn to properly identify the three phases of driving behavior.
Learn the common clues from driving behavior.
Identify and discuss different types smuggling trends.
Officers will examine, compare, and identify different types of human behavior & much morel
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Criminal Interdiction Specialized Training June 21 - 25
Learning from mental health professionals and experienced officers in your community. One of the reasons CIT is successful is that it connects officers with a team of clinicians and fellow officers who can advise, problem-solve and support them when a challenging situation occurs.