Arkansas Sheriffs' Association

Criminal Justice Institute Summer/Fall Classes
Training
Add to Calendar 06/25/2017 09/30/2017 America/Chicago Criminal Justice Institute Summer/Fall Classes - Training <p style="text-align: center;"><em>June </em><strong><em>2017</em></strong></p> <p true MM/DD/YYYY
Jun 25, 2017 - Sep 30, 2017

June 2017

 

The Criminal Justice Institute is pleased to announce new classes for Summer/Fall 2017! Along with many of the traditional programs we offer each year, we have developed several NEW courses, including Roadside Interview Techniques, Effective Report Writing ONLINE, Financial Investigations Practical Skills, and Human Trafficking, Sexual Exploitation and Slavery Investigations

Listed below are classes that will be available within the next few months. Please visit us online at www.cji.edu to see our full listing of upcoming programs. 

 

Law Enforcement Management

Field Training for the 21st Century (40 Hours)

August 7-11 / UA Community College at Hope

 

Community Oriented Policing (6 Hours)

August 11 / Paragould Civic Center

               

Basic Criminal Investigations for Street Patrol and New Investigators (14 Hours)

August 16-17 / Washington County Sheriff's Office (Fayetteville, AR)

 

Cultural Diversity (4 Hours)

August 22 / Jonesboro Police Department

 

Case File Preparation (6 Hours)

August 25 / Russellville Police Department

               

Officer Survival and Communication Spanish (24 Hours)

August 29-31 / Criminal Justice Institute

               

Reality-Based Training (9 Hours)

September 7 / Fort Smith Training Facility

               

Courtroom Testimony (6 Hours)

September 8 / Lincoln County SO (Star City, AR)

               

NEW! Human Trafficking, Sexual Exploitation and Slavery Investigations (7 Hours)

September 8 / Criminal Justice Institute

               

Instructor Development (40 Hours)

September 11-15 / White County Sheriff's Office (Searcy, AR)

 

Child Abuse Investigations (7 Hours)

September 14 / El Dorado Police Department

               

Officer Safety (6 Hours)

September 21 / Saline County Sheriff's Office (Benton, AR)

                               

Civil Process (7 Hours)

September 26 / Criminal Justice Institute

 

Homicide Investigations (14 Hours)                                                                         

September 28-29 / Franklin County Sheriff's Office (Ozark, AR)

  

Crime Scene Investigation

Financial Investigations Practical Skills - NW3C (24 Hours)

August 8-10 / Criminal Justice Institute

 

Basic Digital Photography (10 Hours)

September 11-12 / Forrest City Police Department

 

Cell Phones as an Investigative Tool (14 Hours)

September 20-21 / Criminal Justice Institute

                               

Bloodstain Pattern Documentation (32 Hours)

September 25-28 / Criminal Justice Institute 

 

Computer Classes

Using Microsoft Access (14 Hours)

August 23-24 / Criminal Justice Institute

  

 

Illicit Drug Classes

Undercover Investigations (14 Hours)

August 22-23 / ALETA at Camden

 

Criminal Patrol and Drug Recognition (7 Hours)

August 29 / UA Community College at Hope

 

NEW! Roadside Interview Techniques (7 Hours)

August 31 / Criminal Justice Institute

 

Hotel/Motel Interdiction (7 Hours)

September 12 / Washington County Sheriff's Office (Fayetteville, AR)

               

Investigating Popular Street Drugs (7 Hours)                                                      

September 26 / White Hall Fire Department

  

Safe Schools

School Resource Officer II Intermediate (28 Hours)

July 10-13 / Criminal Justice Institute

 

Drugs on Campus (6 hours)

July 12 / Arch Ford Education Service Cooperative (Plumerville)

 

Active Shooter/Rapid Response Training Level I (14 hours)

July 26-27 / Gentry Police Department

 

High Expectations: Addiction and Drugs (7 Hours)

September 14 / Greenwood PD

 

Improvised Explosive Device (IED) Awareness, Bomb Threats, and Search Procedure (6 hours)

September 28 / Location To Be Determined

  

Traffic Safety

Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement (16 Hours)

July 20-21 / Greenwood Police Department

July 26-27 / Washington County Sheriff's Office

August 2-3 / Washington County Sheriff's Office

 

DWI Standardized Field Sobriety Testing and Traffic Occupant Protection (28 Hours)

June 28-30 / Trumann Police Department

 

Standardized Field Sobriety Testing Refresher (4 Hours)

June 26-30 / Jonesboro Police Department (multiple 4-hour classes throughout these dates)

July 25 / Columbia County Sheriff's Office (Magnolia) 

 

Online Courses

The Criminal Justice Institute offers a series of online programs (offered every month) that has expanded the availability of some of our traditional classroom offerings to the web:

 

NEW! Effective Report Writing Online

Methamphetamine Investigation Online

The Arkansas Methamphetamine Challenge for Law Enforcement Executives Online 

Meth Awareness, Identification, and Safety for First Responders Online 

DEC Awareness Online

Meth Awareness, Identification, and Safety for Parole and Probation Online

Racial Profiling Online

Animal Fighting/Animal Cruelty Investigations Online

Foundations of Supervision and Leadership Online

Principles of Supervision and Leadership Online

Law Enforcement Response to Persons with Behavioral Health Issues Online

Ethics for Law Enforcement Online

Domestic Violence Online

Human Trafficking Awareness Online

Use of Force Online

School Safety Refresher Online

School Site Safety Assessment Online

Identifying and Preventing Bullying Online

Autism Spectrum Disorders Online

Crime Scene First Responder for the Uniformed Officer Online

Crime Scene Investigation Online

Introduction to Sexual Assault Investigation for the Rural Investigator Online

Introduction to Sexual Assault Investigation for the Rural Executive

Introduction to Active Killer Response for Educators Online 

 

For more information about specific programs: Law Enforcement Management: (501) 570-8041 Forensic Sciences/Crime Scene: (501) 570-8061 Computer Training: (501) 570-8061 Traffic Safety: (501) 570-8036 Illicit Drug Initiatives: (501) 570-8042 Safe Schools: (501) 570-8098

 

WWW.CJI.EDU

 

Criminal Justice Institute

26 Corporate Hill Drive, Little Rock, AR

501.570.8000      800.635.6310