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Basic Computer Skills

Basic Computer Skills
April Hearne, MBA
Instructor of Entrepreneurship and Business
Hours: 2
This is an introductory computer course in the use of the computer, the use of the internet for research and in the use of computer/business application software within a Windows environment using Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel.
Combating Human Trafficking

Combating Human Trafficking
Greg Bristol
President, Human Trafficking Investigations & Training Institute, LLC
Hours: 4
This course is designed to increase the law enforcement communities’ awareness of the issue of human trafficking through the exposure of information including: victim identification, investigation, rescue and prosecution considerations, referral and service providers’ availability, the critical need for development of a coordinated community response, and the inter-connectivity of state, federal, and global human trafficking concerns.
Fentanyl, Opioids, and Naloxone (Narcan) Use

Fentanyl, Opioids, and Naloxone (Narcan) Use
Matt Griffin
Narcotics Experts
Hours: 1
The Fentanyl, Opioids and Naloxone (Narcan) Use course focuses on the recognition, awareness, and response to Opioid related threats. Those who take this course will learn about the trends in packaging and distribution methods of Fentanyl and other opioids. The training material will explain how recognition and awareness can reduce the risk of exposure. The course will identify what symptoms to look for if accidental exposure has occurred and the steps that must be followed to handle that situation.
PREA First Responders Duties, Protocols and Investigations

PREA First Responders Duties, Protocols and Investigations
Shane Dotson, MS, CJM, C.C.E.
Hours: 1
This course of instruction will provide a basic understanding of your duties as a First Responder, how the coordinated response works, and what you can expect in the investigation process of an alleged sexual abuse. The duties of the first responder are one of the critical components to protect the alleged victim from further abuse and provide a safe and secure environment.