Learn how training is going to adjust to the changes in tactics that may be necessary when officers are wearing body-worn cameras.
15-20 years ago, training was mainly seen as a way to maintain compliance or accreditations. But with a growing competitive market for careers, training has evolved to include individual professional development.
Provide the appropriate regulatory training, as well as career development courses to keep staff motivated and engaged in their organizational role.
Make your training program a recruiting differentiator with over 40 hours of compliance training and over 95 hours of workforce skills and development courses.
Are tight budgets requiring you to do more with less? Use our online courses to help reduce travel, backfill, and overtime costs. Most law enforcement organizations don’t realize how much they are spending both directly and indirectly on training.
Use online training to create significant cost savings in the areas of:
The first thing an attorney will ask you for during a lawsuit are the training reports on staff. Improve your protection against lawsuits by tracking all your training in one system.
Quickly show proof of compliance by printing reports when requested during a lawsuit or audit. No more updating spreadsheets or digging through file folders.
Our juvenile services courses are an important part of both our Corrections Essentials and Community Corrections Essentials libraries. The courses are designed to engage learners through an interactive learning environment and written by corrections professionals with expertise in their course subject areas. Each course is self-paced and includes a final exam; certificates may be printed upon successful completion of the course.
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