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Class Info 40 Hour Police Training Officer
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40 Hour Police Training Officer Program (Reno Model) TTT922R
**Cancellations for this class must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the start of the program in order to avoid being billed!**
Mc Henry County Sheriff's Department
6/29/2012 04:00 PM
NEMRT Certificate Hours:
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**************SCROLL DOWN FOR REQUIRED EQUIPMENT******************** PERF (Police Executive Research Foundation) and the Reno Police Department developed this adult learning model as an alternative to the current field training officer programs. It is known as the Reno Model, after Reno, Nevada. Those attending will learn how to train the new recruits, incorporating contemporary adult education methods and problem solving approaches. Traditional duties of policing are still emphasized, but with a variety of methods requiring the recruit to invest in learning the job in more meaningful ways. P.T.O's challenge recruits to think creatively and are encouraged to use community resources to respond to crime or maintain order in the community. Evaluations take place in a number of ways, including: * informal assessments of daily activities * utilizing journal entries and dialogue * weekly coaching and training reports * problem based learning exercises within a four-phased training program * neighborhood portfolio exercise * week-long midterm evaluation * week-long final examination * Board of Evaluators assessment of trainee (if recommended by a department's policy) Comprehensive learning manuals, forms, processes and recommendations are given to all participants in order to assist in transitioning from a current F.T.O. model to a P.T.O. model. Current ILETSB state certification is pending for this program. REQUIRED EQUIPMENT: computer capable of connecting to a Wi-Fi network to reach the internet and a jump drive or other portable media device The instructor for this class will be Lt. James Wagner, Mc Henry County Sheriff's Office. PLEASE PARK IN THE FAR EAST VISITOR PARKING LOT AND ENTER AT THE EAST ENTRANCE.
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