Communities looking to improve department transparency, proactivity and accountability turn to UMCPI for customized training courses. All of our courses are MN POST approved for continuing education credit. UMCPI’s unique training team consists of both public and private sector professionals to ensure training effectiveness that reflects today’s best practices.
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Internal Affairs Complaint Investigations (16-hour course) Click here for more info
This two-day course is designed to give officers assigned to conduct internal affairs investigations the knowledge and skills they need to conduct fair, thorough and impartial investigations.
Internal Affairs/ Complaint Investigation Update (6-hour course) Click here for more info
This course is designed for chiefs, public safety administrators, and investigators. It will provide an overview of the Internal Affairs Investigation process, legal updates, current trends and issues, workplace searches, and other contemporary policies and practices.
Combatting Sex Trafficking in Hotels (4-hour course)
This four-hour, hotel employee course will familiarize persons in the hospitality industry with the existence, appearance and resistance of sex trafficking in hotels. Please contact Dennis Cusick at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Introduction to Community Policing (8-hour course) Click here for more info
Community policing is a philosophy that promotes organizational strategies, which support the systematic use of partnerships and problem-solving techniques, to proactively address the immediate conditions that give rise to public safety issues such as crime, social disorder, and fear of crime.
Police Training Officer Certification (40-hour course)
This training program prepares a field trainer to teach using the new PTO standard. Successful PTO’s gain both leadership and instructor skills. Newly-hired Officers trained to PTO standards emerge from the training with greater self-confidence in their decision making skills and the ability to develop community ties with greater ease; an essential part of community oriented policing practices. PTO training prepares recruits to exercise discretion, evaluate their choices, and assess their performance based on their own analysis, along with the feedback from seasoned training officers. Recruits trained in the PTO method will respond to complex situations with creativity and confidence; entering the field with the problem solving skills required in policing today.
Franklin Covey Diversity Centered Leadership
This two-day, facilitator-led program taught onsite at your organization helps participants learn to manage an increasingly diverse workplace and customer base. The workshop covers such topics as: valuing the differences in others, demographic changes and their impact, communication skills, equal employment opportunity (EEO) vs. diversity, stereotyping, racial profiling, high performance teams, developing an awareness of personal belief systems, and personal leadership.
Advanced Community-Oriented Policing Strategies (5-day course)
This 5-day intensive course includes training on the following topics: The state of policing today, advanced community policing and problem solving strategies, coaching, mentoring and performance expectations in a community policing environment, crime analysis and intelligence-led policing, and the practice of intelligence-led policing and preventative policing.
Advanced School Resource Officer Training (3-day course)
The purpose of the training is to prepare the School Resource Officer to facilitate a safe learning environment to foster student achievement and well-being. This includes recognizing, analyzing, planning for, and effectively respond to challenges that disrupt the learning environment. Using a holistic approach, the course has three learning objectives for team members: 1) Develop the capacity of the School Resource Officer to improve the level of professional services provided to the educational system, 2) Increase the knowledge of educators, administrators, and SROs on today’s school-based public safety issues, and 3) Build the skills of School Resource Officers and their support teams to plan for, prevent and respond to critical incidents on campus.