Hosted by the Central Missouri Police Academy
May 3-5, 2017
About the Course
This POST approved 24-hour course teaches future field training officers how to provide supervised field training for new recruits in any law enforcement discipline, with the overall goal directed toward transitioning a recruit from a classroom setting to an actual hands-on assignment. The course includes training in instructional techniques, coaching, evaluation, remedial training and record keeping. This course also introduces the student to the history and purpose of field training as well as training methodologies, techniques, counseling, the evaluation process, and the importance of documentation. This course is appropriate for all law enforcement sectors to include sworn personnel, corrections, telecommunication operators and special service or support personnel.
About the Instructor
Mr. Colin Comer, MS has worked in law enforcement at local, state, and federal levels, since 1979; working within nearly every capacity in the profession. He has been an adjunct instructor of Criminal Justice at Columbia College since 2004 and currently serves as the training director for the Central Missouri Institute for Public Safety at the University of Central Missouri. Mr. Comer has been involved in police officer professional development for most of his career and has served as a police consultant since 2001. He has trained hundreds of police officers and military service members in both basic and advanced courses of study. Mr. Comer possesses a Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice.
How to Enroll
Click here for an enrollment form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 573.814.0069. Pre-registration is required and the registration fee is $319 per person if enrolled by April 24, 2017. Enrollments received after that date will be billed at $369 per person. HURRY AS THERE ARE LIMITED SEATS AVAILABLE FOR THIS CLASS!
This seminar is being hosted by the Central Missouri Police Academy. All training will take place at their facility located at 200 Ming Street in Warrensburg, Missouri. Click here for directions to the training facility.