Law Enforcement Training

The Kennesaw State University Police Department is pleased to host the below trainings in 2017.  Your attendance at any of these programs is more than welcome.  Please refer to the links provided with each of these courses for cost, location and registration information.  Any other questions may be directed to Lt. Jen Ziifle at jziifle@kennesaw.edu.  Please feel free to pass this information along to colleagues.

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  • Location: 3333 Busbee Drive, Kennesaw, GA 30144, room #300

    The Academy is an intensive 5 day class that is held from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm on the first four days and 8:00 am – 3:00 pm on the last day.  The Academy is presented by D. Stafford and Associates.

    This five (5) day training academy is designed to be a comprehensive and intensive training experience. The Academy will include all elements of the Clery Act (which includes the 2008 HEOA security and safety requirements, the requirements of the Violence Against Women Act[VAWA] which became part of the law in 2013, and the class includes changes that were made as a result of the updated Department of Education Clery Act Handbook released in June 2016). This training academy experience will benefit individuals who have not had previous Clery Act training (we start with the basics and work into the advanced concepts) and those who want to enhance their knowledge of the law. The academy also includes a significant amount of training in classifying crimes according to UCR Guidelines. The academy features interactive instruction; group exercises; and use of an electronic testing system to reinforce the concepts learned in each block of instruction. Each attendee is provided with a pre-loaded thumb drive with more than 30 forms and documents that will assist the attendee in developing a system for compliance at their individual institution. The instructors review and explain the purpose and use of each document throughout the 5 days of instruction.  The Academy will also include an overview of the Title IX requirements and the intersections between Title IX and the Clery Act.

    To register and for further information including costs please visit: Clery Academy Registration

  • The School of Police Staff and Command (SPSC) is an intensive ten-week program that prepares law enforcement managers for senior positions by uniquely combining academic principles with practical applications.  Since the program launched in 1983, the SPSC has received enthusiastic response from executives and participants throughout the country. In 2012, the program was redesigned and the course curriculum updated to better incorporate adult- and problem-based learning models.  The tuition is $4,200 and reduced rates at local hotels as well as a lunch meal plan are available.  Please visit http://sps.northwestern.edu/program-areas/public-safety/ for more information and to register.

  • Location: 3333 Busbee Drive, Kennesaw, GA 30144, room #300

    This 3 day course is from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm each day (until 3:00 pm on Day 3)

    This 3 day intensive training class is designed for campus police/public safety administrators and investigators (sworn, non-sworn, and Title IX/Civil Rights investigators) who have responsibility for conducting and overseeing dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking investigations on their college campuses. Attendees will learn how to fully investigate these additional “Clery Crimes” as defined by the Department of Education in the 2013 Reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act in higher education from start to finish with special emphasis on complying with the new VAWA regulations which amended the Clery Act and Title IX regulatory guidance.

    To register and for further information, please visit: DVDVS Investigation Course KSU

 

 

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