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Forensic Training Programs

Scheduled Training

Class Instructor Location Additional Information Hours/Credit DateCost Registration
Reflective Leadership FBI-LEEDA Institute Law Enforcement. Focus on learning to lead an inclusive culture within our law enforcement agencies. 40 TCOLE Hours September 11-15, 2017$650.00 Register for this class
Command Leadership FBI-LEEDA Institute Law Enforcement only. This course is part of a series of 3 courses. The student will receive the Trilogy Award upon completing the 3 courses. 40 TCOLE Hours October 23-27, 2017$650.00 Register for this class
Advamced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement (ARIDE) TBD Institute This course is a training option bridging the gap between SFST and the DRE courses, by providing officers with general knowledge related to drug impairment and by promoting the use of DRE's. 16 TCOLE Hours November 14-15, 2017FREE Register for this class
Media and Public Relations FBI-LEEDA Institute Law Enforcement only. Participants will learn how to craft and deliver messages that will help create a positive public perception. 40 TCOLE Hours December 4-8, 2017$695.00 Register for this class
SFST Recert/Blood Warrant Mark Vincent/Stephen Burres Institute LE ONLY. SFST recertification. Blood Warrant searches, case law updates and in-car and officer body worn camera systems updates. 8 TCOLE Hours December 11, 2017FREE Register for this class
ADAPT Mike Hopper Institute Topics covered include underage substance abuse, drug facilitated sexual assault, detecting fake ID's and more. Event 4580. 8 TCOLE Hours December 18, 2017FREE Register for this class
Executive Leadership FBI-LEEDA Institute Law Enforcement only. This course is part of a series of 3 courses. The student will receive the Trilogy Award upon completing the 3 courses. 40 TCOLE Hours January 22-26, 2018$650.00 Register for this class

 

Training Classes are from 8:00 - 5:00 unless otherwise noted

Seating is limited to 32 at the Lubbock facility 

Some instructors may limit class size to smaller groups

 

Institute for Forensic Science