Police In-Service Training

Kellogg Community College is committed to providing quality in-service police training. We are the administrator of the Tri-County Law Enforcement Consortium, which currently consists of 24 member police agencies. Membership is voluntary, but the benefits include a free legal update, advance notification of seminars and discounted rates for seminars.

Our in-service training is always on the leading edge. Our recognized specialties include SWAT, K-9, Firearms Instructor, Basic Crime Scene, Dignitary Protection, Emergency Vehicle Operations and the Police Patrol Canine School.

We continue to bring in training on a variety of topics from nationwide experts to accommodate the needs of our law enforcement community. If your department has specific training needs please contact the Criminal Justice office at any time and we will do our best to meet your needs.

All of our training is approved by MCOLES and eligible for 302 funds.

2015 Law Enforcement Training Opportunities

Additional Training will be listed as it is scheduled.

Basic SWAT

 July 13-17, 2015

This 40-hour course is designed for police officers that have been recently assigned to SWAT or a raid entry team.  During this training, officers will be given the basic skills needed to perform in a tactical position.  The focus will be on the incident command system, team work, and working in a high risk environment in a safe manner.  The tactics taught are internationally accepted with SWAT and Military Special Ops Teams.  Officers will become proficient with tactical situations such as high risk warrant service, barricaded gunmen, and vehicle takedowns.  They will also be introduced to less common tactical situation such as hostage rescue, active shooter, WMD, and the risks associated with methamphetamine labs.

Consortium Fee: $300
Non-Consortium Fee: $400

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Documenting Force

June 3-4, 2015
Lane Thomas Building, Room 303

Documenting the use of force is difficult because these rapidly evolving events are physically and emotionally stressful. Reporting critical details accurately requires effective recall, note-taking, organization, and writing skills.

Reports must provide details that are clear, concise, accurate, and easy to understand. Reports that lack needed details are more likely to be taken out of context, attract unnecessary scrutiny, and generate litigation.

Course Fee: $275

NOTE: Registration for this course must be completed with the Public Agency Training Council at www.patc.com