The Muslim World & Radial Islam *
The purpose of this online course is to familiarize the participant with Muslim history and religion, the world-wide distribution of the Muslim faith, and to give an overview of some of the radical groups within the Muslim faith and their activities. The course includes maps and readings on Muslim history and radical groups. Anyone interested in the subject may take the course or use the content for research. Those participants who wish to receive CLEET credit will be required to pass a final test to verify that they have taken the course.
The purpose of this online course is provide general information about identity theft, including the most common methods of identity theft, ways of protecting yourself against identity theft, ways of recovering from an identity theft, as well as some legal information about the crime of identity theft.
Cooperative Law Enforcement Issues
This course is a much needed cooperative agreement-related training curriculum for all law enforcement agencies. The training will seek to bridge an important gap in the current training mix available law enforcement agencies Tribal law enforcement agencies and sheriff's agencies. The course has been developed for both Tribal law enforcement agencies and Non-Tribal law enforcement agencies of surrounding jurisdictions. The training will seek to bridge an important gap in the current training mix available to Native American officers and the local officers in bordering jurisdictions.
Anti-Biased Policing for Patrol Officers
This course is designed to raise officer awareness concerning the complexity of policing in a diverse and free society. Through open discussion, group exercises, and case studies, participants will gain increased appreciation of the definition, varying perspectives, and potential impacts of biased policing. The program will address issues of integrity, legality and accountability within the context of the police mandate to enforce laws and ensure safe communities. Concerns with homeland security and "de-policing" issues will also be addressed.
Anti-Biased Policing for Command Officers
This course will examine the complex issues and concerns associated with the racial profiling from the perspective of police managers. The dilemma of policing a diverse, free society will be explored in a candid and constructive format. The program will review some of the current thinking and recent research in this area, as well as provide resources for dealing with aspects of racial profiling as they impact police agencies and the communities they serve. The focus of the course will be on policy related issues and therefore is recommended only for officers with senior management responsibility.
Through discussion and illustrations this course attempts to help the officer in everyday communications and human relations encounters with citizens. Discussion and activities offer opportunities for alternatives that may help to foster trust and cooperation between police and community. ORCPI presents this course designed to help build a structure of trust and communication between law enforcement and the community and to foster the education of both to sustain positive relationships.
Counter Terrorism I
Counter Terrorism I is the Oklahoma Regional Community Policing Institutes entry level course into the field of anti-terrorism training. The goal of the course is to provide a basic working knowledge of terrorist and criminal extremist groups and individuals, extremist activities and tactics, and how to recognize and report indicators of terrorism and criminal extremism. Instructors will include ORCPI, FBI, and U.S. Attorney staff personnel along with others to be announced. Topics presented will include a review of Middle Eastern history, domestic terrorism, international terrorism, officer safety issues, and other topics as appropriate.
Counter Terrorism II *
Counter Terrorism II is the Oklahoma Regional Community Policing Institutes advanced anti-terrorism course. The goal of the course is to provide a more in-depth working knowledge that will aid the law enforcement officer in dealing with potential terrorism issues.
Instructors will include ORCPI, FBI, and U.S. Attorney staff personnel along with others to be announced. Topics presented will include the suicide bomber, international and domestic terrorism, and terrorism indicators. The course will also cover officer safety issues, information sharing, and intelligence gathering activities. Presentation will include a review of the Al Qaeda training manual and the Al Qaeda training tapes.
Prevention and Response to Suicide Bombing Incidents
The Oklahoma Regional Community Policing Institutes internationally recognized counter-terrorism staff in cooperation with the Republic of Georgia's Counter-terrorism Institute and counter terrorism experts from Israel have developed this fast paced hands-on presentation utilizing the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology's "Prevention and Response to Suicide Bombing Incidents" course. This custom eight (8) hour course is offered for the first time in the United States by the Oklahoma Regional Community Policing Institute.
Among the topics included in the course will be: a review of basic explosives, defining the suicide bombing threat, a review of significant suicide bombings that have impacted the United States either directly or indirectly, developing strategies to mitigate a suicide-bombing incident, a detailed discussion of deadly force issues, a review of the culture and motivation of the suicide bomber, and a survey of post-blast personal protective issues.
ORCPI Training Classes
Below is a list of training classes offered by ORCPI. All Trainings are 8 hour classes, unless specifically designated otherwise. Trainings including 1 hour of mental health credit are denoted by a *.
Dealing with Terror / Trauma *
(Critical Incident Response)
The class is design specifically to target: first responders, law enforcement, public officials, health care professionals, communications center personnel, chaplains, mental health professionals, Department of Corrections, community members, students and personnel administrators
Topics covered will include: stress(defined and elements of stress identified), trauma and its nature and the impact on the "event scale", terrorism, the nature of terrorism, the effect on your personnel, definition, recognition, and addressing of PTSD. Also included are your department's response to employees (including peer response. Group response, mental health care professionals, and chaplains), as well as coping and recovery from trauma / terrorism.
Critical Incident Stress Management *
Dealing with Trauma / Terror in your
department or community
A program designed as general in-service training for personnel of all ranks and job assignments. This training will approach the nature of stress and signs and symptoms of stress and post-traumatic stress syndrome. This course will provide information and tools for coping with critical incident stress amount our emergency service workers.
Sex Crimes Investigations
Provides fundamental elements to investigating sexual motivated offenses. The course will cover sexual based offenses such as rape, sexual battery, lewd molestation, indecent exposure and others. In addition to other topics covered will be crime scene investigation, victim interviews, suspect interrogations, rapist topology, false complaints and serial rape/major case investigations.
Domestic Violence 1
Investigation /Report Writing
Domestic Violence 1 is a comprehensive review of fundamental report writing taught by a veteran, full time, domestic violence officer. This course has an evidence based investigation emphasis. Topics include establishing primary aggressor, the officer's liability, excited utterances, proper reporting procedures, and a general review of effective evidence gathering. An important emphasis is placed on recognizing signs of domestic violence, including the physical evidence. Also included is a review of protection orders, full faith and credit and officer's safety. Each ORCPI domestic violence class includes a review of protection orders, full faith and credit, and officer safety. Law Enforcement, first responders, community members, students and community members are invited and urged to attend. 8 CLEET hours.
Domestic Violence 2 *
The Law Enforcement Response
Domestic Violence 2 continues the evidence based investigations review and further explains the roles of all those involved in responding to the crime such as advocates and other first responders. Other topics include interviewing children, and understanding the cycle of abuse. Each ORCPI domestic violence class includes a review of protection orders, full faith and credit, and officer safety. Law Enforcement, first responders, community members, students and community members are invited and urged to attend. 8 CLEET hours plus mental health.
Domestic Violence 3 *
Stalking: The Law Enforcement Response
Domestic Violence 3 (Stalking) is a review of current harassment and stalking law and policy. The course covers methods for obtaining evidence, establishing exactly the identification of stalking behaviors and assessing risk and danger levels of stalking activity. This course also covers protection orders and full faith and credit and officer safety. Law Enforcement, first responders, community members, students and community members are invited and urged to attend. 8 CLEET hours plus mental health.
Ethics for Law Enforcement
Course provides tools for assisting in ethical decision making. The most difficult ethical decisions are made in the "gray areas," those areas where more than one choice may seem appropriate. This course is designed to provide tools for helping to decide what is at stake and who will be affected by this decision. This type of tool-kit approach is effective in both professional and personal lives. Through scenario and role play, the participants have an opportunity to see the tools at work. The course presents ideas for a broad and creative response for creating a healthy ethical working climate for agencies to strive for.
Workplace Violence *
The purpose of this course is to provide employers and law enforcement with guidelines on the steps they should consider to help reduce certain workplace violence hazards. The course focuses on violence committed by non-strangers(e.g., coworkers, bosses, clients, domestic partners) within a common worksite (e.g., factory, office, shop, construction site). It is important to note that many forms of workplace violence are not addresses, such as robbery, terrorism, and assault while employees are working off-site.
Introduction to Community Policing
4 and 8 hour courses offered
Community policing is police officers and private citizens working together in creative ways to help solve contemporary community problems related to crime, fear of crime, social and physical disorder, and neighborhood decay. The concept will be explained and a discussion of the importance of citizens and police partnerships for community relations will be an important element.
Through discussion, illustrations and use of the outlines provided, this course improves the capabilities of participants to understand and write grants. The course is designed to provide participants with working knowledge of how to recognize grants that may be applicable to their needs. The course covers the basic guidelines needed to complete paperwork required to apply for a grant. The course is for anyone interested in the grant application process.
General Aviation Security
The purpose of this course is to assist law enforcement, other first responders, small airport operators, and other aviation professionals, in recognizing potential security needs at GA facilities. Representatives from the TSA, FAA, Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission, and other aviation professionals are speakers on pertinent subjects.