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Investigating Human Trafficking
According to the U.S. Department of State 600,000 to 800,000 people are trafficked globally each year. At least 100,000 American children are being exploited through pornography or prostitution every year. This modern-day form of slavery has become a global industry and is second only to drug trafficking.
This course addresses many of the topics that were requested in the 2012 Training Needs Survey, including Internet Crimes, Online Investigations for Patrol Officers, Social Networking, and Facebook and Twitter investigations. This course also provides information on the positive use of Social Networking as a law enforcement tool.
This course will identify the victims and perpetrators of these crimes, how to identify and investigate these crimes, and provide resources that patrol officers and detectives can use in their investigations.
This course provides instruction on the nature, prevalence, and indicators of traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress disorder, and offers preferred ways to respond to affected individuals.
Major pieces of legislation passed from July 1, 2013 that affects police operations and investigations, will be thoroughly discussed as well as legal issues directly impacting on police procedures and the case preparation process.
This course reinforces the importance of safe driving techniques and the need to be a focused driver. The course focuses on perceptual driving, night driving, vehicle inspection before the start of duty, the use of seat belts, as well as the liability risks to the officer.
This course is designed to assist the patrol officer, street supervisor, and the police chief in dealing with those incidents, events and protests, some of which may be planned for, many others that occur because of natural events or spontaneous happenings while preserving the constitutional rights of persons to assemble.
The goal of this course is to promote officer and public safety by introducing officers to the principles and process of assessing and managing threats.
Major pieces of legislation passed from July 1, 2012 that affects police operations and investigations, will be thoroughly discussed as well as legal issues directly impacting on police procedures and the case preparation process.
Human trafficking is a crime against an individual in which the victim is used as a physical commodity to earn a profit for the trafficker. This course is designed to help increase our awareness and understanding of Human Trafficking by exploring the types of human trafficking, indicators of victims and traffickers, steps for assessing the crime scene and tactics for communicating with the victim.
LiveScan devices provide for inkless, electronic scanning of fingerprint and palm impressions. This course provides video demonstrations of the the LiveScan system.
One of the most effective ways to stop the problem of impaired driving is through law enforcement. Not just law enforcement as usual but high-visibility law enforcement. This general deterrent effect can occur only when the public knows about the enforcement effort and fears the legal consequences. In this course learn where to locate the resources to help police departments raise awareness of special DUI enforcement.
The importance of accurate and complete criminal history records cannot be overstated. Learn how these critical tactical and strategic decision making resources are used at virtually every juncture in the criminal justice system and beyond.
Responding to crimes of sexual violence is one of the most difficult situations you face in your duty as a police officer. This course will prepare you for the wide variety of responsibilities including listening carefully to the victim and assisting in gathering information and evidence needed to make an arrest when dealing with sexual assault.
Domestic Violence cases are one of the most dangerous situations for both the victim and you as a responding or investigating officer. Intimate stalking is one of the most frequent types of stalking you will encounter during your investigations. This course provides you with information on the stalkers use to create uncertainty, instill fear, and disrupt the lives of their victims.
Recent studies have shown that almost half of all domestic violence homicide victims had experienced at least one episode of attempted strangulation prior to a lethal or near lethal violent incident.
This course will enhance your response to calls involving strangulation by explaining the dangers of strangulation, identifying the various signs and symptoms of strangulation and identifying and implementing actions to help strangulation victims.
SAVIN stands for Statewide Automated Victim Information Notification. In this training you’ll learning about PA SAVIN’s free service that allows victims and Law Enforcement Officers to anonymously register for notifications when an offender is released, transferred or escaped from county or state prison.
The Protection From Abuse Database (PFAD) is a statewide database that is used to maintain Protection From Abuse (PFA) Proceedings in the Commonwealth. This course will provide you with information on why PFAD is relevant to your duties and how and when to access the information contained in the database.
**"When Men Murder Women: An Analysis of 2008 Homicide Data," by the Violence Policy Center (September 2010)
The best way to divert potential terrorist acts is through proper identification of suspicious activities. A terrorist will perform many pre-incident terrorism activities before the actual terrorist act is committed. In this training you will learn to document and report suspicious behaviors while protecting privacy, civil rights and civil liberties. You will also learn how to integrate the Nationwide SAR Initiative (NSI) into your agency's operations.