Seminars in Law Enforcement

Training modules and seminars

In addition to the academy, we offer training modules and continuing education seminars for officers and administrators. These courses are designed to help law enforcement professionals keep up with the demands and trends in public safety.

Available topics include firearms and tactical training, domestic violence, DWI, narcotics, legal updates, racial profiling, cyber crimes and defense tactics and custom courses. Courses range from patrol-oriented subjects to detective work, instructor development and specializations in a variety of subjects.

Check the calendar on the right for current seminar offerings.

Missouri POST License Number

The Missouri POST Commission now requires the use of your license number for tracking your continuing education training hours. This number is different than your social security number. For more information on how to obtain your license number, please visit the POST license number page or follow the link in the menu on the left of this page.

Traveling seminars

Our faculty also travels to departments throughout the state to conduct training. We can customize courses to fit the individual needs of a given department. Registration fees, continuing education units and instructors may vary from the seminar descriptions below. Check the registration form for the correct information.

Instructor training seminars

ALICE Training — Instructor Level

ASP Instructor Certification (AIC)

Firearms Instructor Certification — Level I

Firearms Instructor Certification — Level II

Firearms Instructor Recertification

Instructor Development

Krav Maga Instructor Certification

Managing Frustration and Angry Behaviors — Train the Trainer

Oleoresin Capsicum Aerosol Weapon Instructor Certification and Recertification

PATH - Practical and Tactical Handcuffing Instructor Certification and Recertification

PPBT - Personal Protection Baton Tactics

PPCT Defensive Tactics Instructor Certification

PPCT Defensive Tactics Instructor Recertification

PPCT (GAGE) Ground Avoidance Ground Escape - Instructor School

Patrol Rifle Instructor Certification

Racial Profiling Instructor

RAIDER, Solo-Engagement Tactics — Instructor Level

Use-of-Force Scenario Instructor

Training seminars

8-Hour Continuing Education Training

24-Hour Continuing Education Training

Administrator's Role in Managing the Use of Force Incident

Approaching Alzheimer's: A Guide for First Responders - Make your First Response the Right Response

Auto-Erotic Fatalities and Death Notifications - Practical Guidelines

Background Investigations for Law Enforcement

The Balanced Warrior: A Proactive Approach to Officer Wellness

Basic Report Writing

Best Practices for Law Enforcement Agencies

Blood Pattern Recognition

Building Entry and Search Techniques for Patrol

Career Survival for the Law Enforcement Officer

Child Abuse and Sexual Assault Investigation and Prevention

Confinement and Detention Faciltity Death

Combat Thinking for Law Enforcement

Constitutional Law Review and Update

Crime Scene Investigation

Criminal Elements of the Sovereign Citizen

Criminal Patrol — Conducting Complete Traffic Stops

Crisis/Hostage Negotiation Level I (Basic)

De-Escalation of the Mental Health Crisis for Patrol Supervisors & Negotiating with the Fellow Officer

Death Investigation

Death Investigation for Patrol Officers

Defensive Driving and Pursuit Strategies

Defensive Knife Tactics

Defensive Tactics

Depression on the Force

Documenting Force

DWI Blood Draws and Legal Review

DWI Detection and Investigation

Drug Identification and Enforcement

Dynamics of Sexually Victimized Children

Effective Use of Expandable Batons

Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement

Excited Delirium Response

Executive Leadership

Fair and Impartial Policing

Fair and Impartial Policing & Field Interviews

Field Training Officer/First Line Supervision

Forensic Photography

Gang Identification and Interdiction in Rural America

Hazardous Materials Response for Law Enforcement

Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings

Interview and Interrogation

Introduction to Crisis/Hostage Negotiation for First Responders

Introduction to Serial Murder

Investigating Infant and Child Death

Investigating Suicide and Self Harm Deaths

Jail Operations

Law Enforcement Resiliency and Peer Support

Leadership Coaching with Attitude

Legal Updates

Locked Down: Stress in Corrections

Managing Frustration and Angry Behaviors

Medicolegal Death Investigation - Level One

Mental Health First Aid/Mental Health Issues for Law Enforcement

Mental Health Issues for Law Enforcement

Mental Illness within the Ranks

Mid-Missouri Major Case Squad Training

Negotiating in Corrections Environment

On-Target Applicant Background Investigations

On-Target Media Relations for Public Safety Agencies

Police Stress: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Police Suicide Awareness and Education

P.O.S.T. Mandatory Topic Area One-Day In-Service Training

Post Trauma Stress Affecting Military Public Safety Professionals & Military Family Members

Prescription Drug Crimes Training

Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003 (PREA)

Professional Standards and Internal Affairs

Public Safety Leadership Academy: Developing Excellence in Supervision

Psychological Aspects of Policing

Racial Sensitivity in Missouri

RAIDER, Solo-Engagement Tactics — Operator Level

Rapid Response Critical Thinking

Recruiting for Law Enforcement Agencies

Relationships, Communication Skills and Domestic Violence

Responding to Combat Veteran in Crisis

Rules of Evidence

Sexual Deviance in the New Millennium

Sexual Deviant Killers

Spanish for Law Enforcement and Intercultural Issues

Solutions to Problem Employees

Solutions for Supervisors

Stress, Anxiety Disorders and PTSD

Substance Abuse Behind the Badge

Suicidal Ideation and Suicide Risks for LE Personnel

Statutory Law Update

Tactical Communication

Tactical Communication and Racial Sensitivity in Missouri

Tactical Communication and Verbal De-Escalation

Tactical Force Investigations and Management

Terrorism and Extremism Awareness

Understanding and Interviewing Child Molesters

Understanding and Interpreting a Death Scene

Understanding and Interviewing Sex Offenders

Victim Offender — Dynamics in Sexual Abuse Investigations

The Winning Edge: Mental Preparation for Violent Encounters

For more information

To have a copy of a seminar brochure mailed to you or your department, email the Law Enforcement Training Institute at SchwartzeC@missouri.edu or call 800-825-6505.

Refunds: Full refunds will be accommodated up to five working days prior to seminars. Cancellations five business days before class or no-shows will be subject to a 20-percent service charge regardless of payment type.


115 Business Loop 70 West, Columbia, Missouri 65211
Telephone 573-882-6021 or 800-825-6505
Fax 573-884-5693 | leti.missouri.edu/seminars.aspx

Seminars

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