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The College Station Police Department's Recruiting & Training Division regularly hosts training that is open to outside agencies. For questions about an upcoming course, or to register, please contact our Training Coordinator, Sergeant Robert Greenawalt, at [email protected] or 979.764.5012.
    FBI-LEEDA: Supervisor Leadership Institute: May 20-24, 2024
    The FBI-LEEDA Supervisor Leadership Institute is a cutting edge 4 1/2-day program built especially for supervisors and middle managers with the goal of enhancing their leadership competencies. The Supervisor Leadership Institute faculty members are senior law enforcement leaders who are committed to passing on their lessons learned.

    Attendees will be engaged in personality diagnostics, leadership case studies, mentoring, developing your people, performance management, risk management and credibility. This institute is student-centered and rich in facilitated dialogue and group work.
    FBI-LEEDA: Command Leadership Institute: Aug. 19-23, 2024

    The FBI-LEEDA Command Leadership Institute is a dynamic, intensive and challenging 4 1/2-day program specifically and uniquely designed to prepare law enforcement leaders for command-level positions.

    The Command Leadership Institute's focus is to provide real life contemporary, best-practice strategies and techniques for those aspiring to command-level assignments. Command Institute faculty members are passionate instructors who have executive-level law enforcement and leadership experience.

    Command Leadership Institute students will be engaged in such topics as credibility, command discipline and liability, dealing with problem employees, and leading change within an organization. The Command Leadership Institute is student-centered with a high degree of student involvement. 

    TRITECH Forensics Training: Death Investigations: November 4-8, 2024
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    Death investigation requires a team effort consisting of detectives, crime scene technicians, and forensic personnel. Positive outcomes are best realized when these components work together to collect, evaluate, reconstruct, and derive meaning from the available evidence.

    The challenging 5-day (40 hour) Death Investigations course was designed for detectives, crime scene technicians, medico-legal death investigators, and others involved in the investigation of deaths. Through both lecture and practical exercises, investigators may expand their skill sets by learning and practicing methodologies for objective investigation and analysis of death scenes. Key concepts are reinforced through practical exercises. This is not a “checklist” course. Attendees will use critical thinking skills to analyze and investigate “hands on” historically based homicide investigations.

    Classroom instruction and practical exercises include:

    • Procedures for managing crime scenes and addressing constitutional issues
    • Case management techniques to assess, organize, plan, and delegate investigation
    • Methods for identifying and evaluating physical and biological evidence, wounds, bloodstains, ballistics, witnesses, and other evidence
    • Evidence associated with child deaths, self-inflicted death, domestic violence, and accidental deaths
    • Capabilities and limitations of forensic analysis
    • Identifying basic bloodstain pattern characteristics in a crime scene
    • Identifying and evaluating evidentiary relationships to reconstruct events
    • Evaluating subjective and objective evidence through application of critical thinking
    • Flowcharts and timelines as investigative and analytical tools
    • Interview techniques to increase subject cooperation
    • Behavioral characteristics of violent crime offenders
    • Presenting investigations for prosecutorial evaluation
    FBI-LEEDA: Executive Leadership Institute: Dec. 16-20, 2024

    This innovative program is designed for executive level law enforcement leaders and focuses on the emerging challenges facing our profession. This highly-interactive program follows the FBI-LEEDA “Cops Talking to Cops” model of professional development. The seminar uses a wide range of source material and calls upon participants’ own professional experiences to facilitate individual development and learning.

    The following is a list of topics to be covered in the ELI program:

    • Trends in law enforcement
    • Implications of the 21st Century Policing Report
    • Public trust and legitimacy
    • Bias and diversity
    • Employee wellness
    • Power
    • Transformational leadership
    • Social and emotional intelligence

All courses, unless otherwise noted, will take place at The College Station Police Department, located at 800 Krenek Tap Road in College Station, Texas.

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Contact Information

Sergeant Robert Greenawalt979.764.5012
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