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Training on Request

Training on Request

IACLEA has flipped the traditional training model upside down and made it easier and more affordable to participate in IACLEA’s expanding campus public safety training offerings.

See an IACLEA training you like, but can’t make it? Or want a training for numerous people in your agency—but don’t have the budget to fly people all over the country? IACLEA may be able to bring in-person training to you.

You do the on-the-ground work: assemble the participants, secure a location, set up the venue. We send the trainer, at a greatly reduced cost than sending numerous people to training locations.

Current offerings include:

Complex Coordinate Attacks

Mental Health Concerns on Campus

Protest Preparation and Response

Trauma Informed Sexual Assault Investigations

When Hate Comes to Campus—preparing for violent protest and counter-protest

And more courses are in the works!

Fill out the form below to find out more information.

Complex Coordinated Attacks (CCA) (1 day)

A CCA is a synchronized attack conducted by two or more semi-independent teams at multiple locations, in close succession, initiated with little or no warning, using multiple well-trained attackers, and employing one or more of the following: firearms, explosives, vehicles, and fire as a weapon. The training will provide information on how this issue affects institutions of higher education, as well as extremism on college campuses. The discussion will cover resources and best practices on dealing with this issue. This training is relevant to campus law enforcement & public safety, as well as our partners in municipal, state, and federal law enforcement. Other campus administrators could also benefit from attending this class.

Agencies that have requested this training in the past have used grant funds to pay for the class.

Mental Health Concerns on Campus (1-2 days based on your needs)

There are currently many mental health related challenges in campus public safety. This course will provide first responders, supervisors and administrators the tools they need to identify major mental illnesses, how to better assist those in crisis including alternatives to arrest, options for non-sworn campus public safety, building stronger bridges to campus and community mental health partners, and a discussion around officer wellness and ensuring we are taking care of each other. This training is relevant to campus law enforcement & public safety, as well as our partners in municipal, state, and federal law enforcement. Other campus administrators could also benefit from attending this class.

Protest Preparation and Response (1 day)

This course will examine what is needed to properly prepare and respond to protest and demonstrations. Police tactics, the First Amendment, and non-sworn response will be highlighted throughout this training. This training is relevant to campus law enforcement & public safety, as well as our partners in municipal, state, and federal law enforcement.

Sexual Assault on Campus: A Trauma Informed Response (1-2 days based on your needs)

This course focuses on realities of sexual assault for victims and offenders, the impact of trauma on a victim, how Title IX impacts the law enforcement response, and investigative strategies for sexual assault cases. Specific topics include: Realities of Campus Sexual Assault, Title IX (TIX) and Working Collaboratively, Neurobiology of Trauma, Trauma Informed Investigations, Investigative Strategies, and Consent. This training is relevant to campus law enforcement & public safety, as well as our partners in municipal, and state law enforcement. This training can also be expanded to include Title IX staff, Conduct staff, other campus administrators, advocates, prosecutors and more. Discussions on working together collaboratively can be expanded to include all partners that are in attendance.

When Hate Comes to Campus (1 day)

This training will cover hate groups operating in the area; how hate groups operate on campuses; law enforcement & public safety response to hate group rallies; how to prepare for demonstrations/protests; what meetings you have and with whom in the planning stage; practical information on responding to large crowds/crowd management; balancing First Amendment rights and public safety; and de-escalation tactics. This training is relevant to campus law enforcement & public safety, as well as our partners in municipal, state, and federal law enforcement. Other campus administrators could also benefit from attending this class.

Have a topic in mind that you don’t see listed? Fill out the form below and we will work with you to create a training that fits your needs. 

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