NDCI and the U.S. Department of Justice's Bureau of Justice Assistance are proud to present Briefings, an in-person training curriculum designed by law enforcement, for law enforcement. This training provides law enforcement officers with key tools to build an agency-wide understanding of treatment courts and diversion programs, develop standard engagement protocols, and improve public safety outcomes.
Briefings: Patrol Essentials for Treatment courts is a one-day in-person training designed to address public safety's internal and external approach through law enforcement's role in treatment courts and the community. The course enables law enforcement officers to identify standard operating procedures, recognize the importance of both the multidisciplinary approach and the implementation of community policing, along with the impact of secondary and vicarious trauma within the law enforcement community. It provides law enforcement professionals with tools to recognize and respond to individuals dealing with co-occurring disorders in a culturally effective, trauma-informed manner. Additionally, the curriculum provides tools for law enforcement professionals to understand secondary trauma's impact on officer wellness. This training is an opportunity for law enforcement, probation, and treatment to build a collaborative working relationship which improves program outcomes and enhance law enforcement's interactions in the community.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Law enforcement departments and agencies interested in taking part in the full day Briefings training can select their preferred location/date and register through the link for that training (links below). Individuals from treatment court teams may apply as well as individual officers interested in this community building movement but unsure where to start.
Participating Agencies Should:
Promote the Training
The participating agency should promote the training opportunity within their jurisdiction.
Provide Point of Contact
Jurisdictions should provide one point of contact for NDCI to organize training logistics.
Complete the Full Day Training
Jurisdictions are expected to complete the full day – 8:30AM-5:00 PM – training as scheduled.
What NDCI Provides:
NDCI training faculty will travel and conduct each of the 60-75 minute sessions at no cost to your agency(s).
Manage Training Registration
NDCI will provide a system for your department and partner agencies to register for the training.
NDCI will conduct pre and post-training evaluation and provide certificates of completion to participants in the training.
AVAILABLE TRAINING DATES
The following are the available in-person full-day trainings in 2022.
August 30 | 8:30am-5:00pm
Site: Lees Summit Police Training Facility, Lees Summit, Missouri
October 6 | 8:30am-5:00pm
Site: Administrative Office of the Courts, Arizona Supreme Court, Phoenix, Arizona
October 17 | 8:30am-5:00pm
Site: Greenville County Council Chamber
Greenville County Square
301 University Ridge, #1200
Greenville, South Carolina
October 20 | 8:30am-5:00pm
Site: Integral Care
Dove Springs (Conference Room) Integral Care
5015 South I-35 Frontage Rd
October 27 | 8:30am-5:00pm
Site: 1383 Claridon Troy Road
Chardon Township, Ohio
November 3 | 8:30am-5:00pm
Site: Anaheim Police Department
425 S. Harbor Blvd
Anaheim CA 92805
November 29, 2022 | 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Site: Concord, NH
Facility: NHJB Administrative Office
One Granite Place
Training Room 422
Concord NJ 03301
Briefings is designed for sworn police, highway patrol, and tribal officers whose primary job function is prevention, detection, or investigation of any violation of criminal law and are authorized to carry firearms and make arrests for violations of the law.
Note: Although probation and parole officers in many jurisdictions may possess some of these authorizations, for this training, the content will focus on law enforcement officers as defined above. But, because of the collaborative nature of effective working relationships in the multidisciplinary treatment court team between law enforcement, probation/supervision officers and treatment providers, any of the above may attend the training alongside law enforcement.
NDCI's Briefings curriculum is supported by the Bureau of Justice Assistance, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice.