about in-person training
The COPS Office awards funding to organizations for the development and delivery of a variety of in-person and classroom-based training programs. Each organization provides information regarding registration and scheduling on its individual website.
The ALERRT Center at Texas State University delivers training across the nation on operations and tactics to respond to active attack situations. ALERRT provides catalogs of both in-person classes and eLearning courses centered on active attack and active shooter response training.
Take Action: Make the R.I.G.H.T Choice and Intervene, an in-person training, encourages, empowers, and trains law enforcement personnel to actively intervene when needed to prevent colleagues from committing policy or procedure mistakes or unprofessional, unethical, or criminal conduct.
The Volunteer Engagement for American Indian and Alaska Native Missing Person Cases training program prepares and introduces the basic elements and practices for creating a volunteer engagement program to support law enforcement and communities in responding to emergent missing person cases.
As there is no “one program fits all” solution to de-escalation, the Community Oriented Policing Services Office (COPS Office) National De-Escalation Training Network offers a vast array of training and resources to assist departments in meeting its de-escalation training needs—at no cost to agencies.
Managing Bias Training for Law Enforcement, an in-person training, provides strategies that reduce the influence of bias in officers’ interactions and decision-making, contribute to improved police-community relations, and increase officer safety.
The National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO) Basic School Resource Officer (SRO) Course
The NASRO Basic School Resource Officer Course, a forty-hour (40) in-person training, prepares school resource officers, other law enforcement officers, and school safety professionals to fulfill their roles in the school setting effectively.