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Canine Encounter

Course: 4065

Schedule

Price Dates Start Time Instructor Location
FREE

9/26/2019

3/19/2020

8 a.m. TBA Pearland Police Department
2555 Cullen
Pearland, TX 77581

 Directions:

Map to Class Location

Description

Effective January 1, 2016, this class is required within two years of completion of the Basic Peace Officer Course.  This course also meets TCOLE requirements towards an Intermediate and Advanced Peace Officer Proficiency Certification.

Prerequisite 

  • Currently appointed as a peace officer

Course topics include:

  • Texas State Animal Laws
  • Recognizing and Understanding Canine Behavior
  • Non-lethal tools/methods/resources to avoid and defend against canine attack
  • Conflict Avoidance, De-escalation, and Use of Force Continuum Principles
  • Other Techniques and Surviving an Attack
  • Identification of other common animal encounters

Audience:

  • Currently commissioned Texas peace officers

 

Education Credits 
4.00 Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE)

Contact Information

Pearland Police Department / Training Division 

281-997-4141

tmashue@pearlandtx.gov

 

 

Mental Health Peace Officer

Course: 4001

Schedule

Price Dates Start Time Instructor Location
FREE 3/2 - 3/6/2020 8 a.m. TBA Pearland Police Department
2555 Cullen
Pearland, TX 77581

 

 Directions:

Map to Class Location

Description

The purpose of the Mental Health Officer course is to further inform and educate the officer in the area of mental health and issues pertaining to serving as a mental health officer, to include advanced crisis intervention training.

This course meets Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) requirements #4001 

 

Prerequisite 

  • Currently appointed as a peace officer or justice of the peace;
  • At least two years experience as a peace officer or justice of the peace;
  • If not currently a commissioned peace officer, an applicant must meet the current enrollment standards;
  • If an applicant is a commissioned peace officer, an applicant must not ever have had a license or certificate issued by the commission suspended or revoked;
  • If an applicant is a commissioned peace officer, an applicant must have met the continuing education requirements for the previous training cycle;
  • Successful completion of a training course in emergency first aid and lifesaving techniques (Red Cross or equivalent); and
  • Successful completion of the current mental health peace officer training course, pass the approved written examination for mental health officer proficiency, with a score of 80% or better, and pass the skills based exam with a grade of satisfactory.

Topics

  • Crime scene searches and legality
  • Phases of crime scene investigation
  • Crime scene documentation: photography and sketching
  • Identification, collection, and preservation of evidence
  • Collection, classification, and identification of fingerprints
  • Fingerprint processing
  • Investigative techniques for specific crime scene areas
  • Crime scene simulation
  • Field trips as available (Medical Examiner’s office, SHSU “Body Farm”)

Audience

  • Currently commissioned Texas peace officers

 

Education Credits 
40.00 Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE)

Contact Information

Pearland Police Department / Training Division 

281-997-4141

tmashue@pearlandtx.gov

 

 

Mental Health Peace Officer

Course: 4001

Schedule

Price Dates Start Time Instructor Location
FREE 3/2 - 3/6/2020 8 a.m. TBA Pearland Police Department
2555 Cullen
Pearland, TX 77581

 

 Directions:

Map to Class Location

Description

The purpose of the Mental Health Officer course is to further inform and educate the officer in the area of mental health and issues pertaining to serving as a mental health officer, to include advanced crisis intervention training.

This course meets Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) requirements #4001 

 

Prerequisite 

  • Currently appointed as a peace officer or justice of the peace;
  • At least two years experience as a peace officer or justice of the peace;
  • If not currently a commissioned peace officer, an applicant must meet the current enrollment standards;
  • If an applicant is a commissioned peace officer, an applicant must not ever have had a license or certificate issued by the commission suspended or revoked;
  • If an applicant is a commissioned peace officer, an applicant must have met the continuing education requirements for the previous training cycle;
  • Successful completion of a training course in emergency first aid and lifesaving techniques (Red Cross or equivalent); and
  • Successful completion of the current mental health peace officer training course, pass the approved written examination for mental health officer proficiency, with a score of 80% or better, and pass the skills based exam with a grade of satisfactory.

Topics

  • Crime scene searches and legality
  • Phases of crime scene investigation
  • Crime scene documentation: photography and sketching
  • Identification, collection, and preservation of evidence
  • Collection, classification, and identification of fingerprints
  • Fingerprint processing
  • Investigative techniques for specific crime scene areas
  • Crime scene simulation
  • Field trips as available (Medical Examiner’s office, SHSU “Body Farm”)

Audience

  • Currently commissioned Texas peace officers

 

Education Credits 
40.00 Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE)

Contact Information

Pearland Police Department / Training Division 

281-997-4141

tmashue@pearlandtx.gov