Course Provider: Western Community Policing Institute
This two-day course will providetribal public safety, supporting governmental organizations,private and non profits, and community members with an opportunity to work together to identify and address specific problems in their communities. This course incorporates community policing principles, facilitating change, team building, creating partnership, problem solving strategies and action planning.
Tribal and Non Tribal: Law enforcement, Emergency medical services, Fire service, Communications services, Public works & public utilities, Government administration, Public safety, Health care & Private sector executives, Education, Emergency Managers, Community leaders, Community stakeholders.
About Course Provider:
The Western Community Policing Institute (WCPI) was founded in 1996 as one of 27 Regional Community Policing Institutes, funded by the USDOJ Office of Community Policing Services (COPS), to provide community-policing training and technical Assistance. Since its inception, WCPI has continued to grow and expand its deliverables and is currently managing several federal, national-in-scope grant award programs. WCPI courses that have been successfully delivered include a wide variety of training and technical assistance on topics including homeland security, DNA, ethics, CPTED, community policing, team building, problem solving, SLATT, leadership, tribal, and other nationally significant training courses. These courses continue to provide national training and technical assistance to all 50 states, including the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. Since WCPI’s inception, WCPI has trained thousands of law enforcement, public safety, homeland security, governmental, private and non-profit, and tribal participants representing hundreds of different agencies.
For more information or to register for this course, please visit: www.tribaltraining.com