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Courtroom Security

Courtroom Security
Ray Farris
Retired Assistant Director Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy/Tennessee POST
Hours: 1
Courtroom Security will give the learner specific targets and goals to increase/enhance the safety and security of their court operation. This course is designed for the court officer as well as the supervisor to promote continuing awareness of threats and assessments of courthouses.
Officer-Involved Shootings: Mental Wellness & Liability

Officer-Involved Shootings: Mental Wellness & Liability
Lt. Tommy Arguijo
Patrol Lieutenant for Lamesa Police Department
Hours: 1
Officer-Involved Shootings: Mental Wellness and Liability is a course which is designed to educate officers on the application of deadly force in required situations. The course will cover taxing mental phases an officer will go through after an officer-involved shooting, and it will cover the liability the officer and agency may face.
Responding to a Scene

Responding to a Scene
Lt. Tommy Arguijo
Patrol Lieutenant for Lamesa Police Department
Hours: 1
Responding to a Scene course will discuss five elements used in the prior analysis of a scene, expand on four elements that an officer must recognize and control in every encounter, and discuss 5 helpful tools used in redirecting someone’s behavior using verbal persuasion as well as discussing verbal appeals. When words are no longer an option, we will discuss what happens when the officer recognizes this.
Child Sexual Abuse 6th ed.

Child Sexual Abuse 6th ed.
Jim Sears
Retired Sergeant, Irving police Department
Hours: 1
This course will cover an overview of the issue of child abuse covering topics such as the nature of child abuse, possible effects of abuse, family dynamics, characteristics of abusive parents, theories of child abuse, and possible effects of abuse.