Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers Courses
Advanced Interviewing for Law Enforcement Investigators Training Program - Modified (AILEITP_M)
This course is designed to provide the students with an arsenal of methods and skills to use during the course of various interview and interrogation situations they will face on a daily basis. This training program will teach students how to obtain information effectively through various interview and interrogation methods, techniques and theory. The student will learn the advantages of effective verbal and non-verbal communication as well as ways to detect through verbal and non-verbal observations of others. Interview and interrogation theories will be presented along with various techniques of approaching different types of interview situations. These skills will help the students prepare for their real world cases.
- Applicants must be a law enforcement officer/agent with arrest authority in the prevention, detection and/or investigation of felony criminal laws who conducts criminal investigations.
- Employees of a federal, state, local, tribal or international agency who perform functions directly related to a law enforcement organization or Department of Homeland Security ( DHS) mission; regulatory investigators or regulatory inspectors may also find this material beneficial and may attend the program.
- Must have a minimum of two years law enforcement field experience actually conducting criminal/civil investigations or three years directly related to a law enforcement organization or the DHS mission.
Date: January 14th-16th, 2020
Location: NIPSTA's campus
Leadership Thru Understanding Human Behavior (LTUHB)
This course allows participants to develop a better understanding of themselves, interpersonal dynamics, and how their strengths, weaknesses, and roles within workgroups and teams affect a mission's outcome. Participants learn how to adapt and capitalize on each others strengths in order to have more effective mission outcomes. The program starts by developing self-awareness and the abilities to recognize behavioral styles in order to build relationships. As workgroups/members start to develop an understanding of the strengths and benefits associated with behavioral styles and value systems, collectively they start to develop strategies tp effectively accomplish goals. This information can be used to establish more effective workgroups and teams by capitalizing on the strengths each individual brings to the group. More specifically, training can yield valuable information on the particular aspects of the team's development process.
Applicants must be sworn law enforcement officers/agents or law enforcement support personnel employees by a federal, state, local or tribal agency or department.
Date: February 25th-27th, 2020