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					                                                       N E M R T
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             Spring Course Catalog
                      March through June
                      Marcy
Phone: 630.896.8860   Fax: 630.896.4422    Web: www.nemrt.com
                                        CONTENTS

New Course Spotlight                                                 1

Course Descriptions                                                  13

Mandatory Firearms Info                                             105
Firearms Consent Form                                               107
Firearms Information Sheet                                          108
Indemnification Agreement                                           109
Form E                                                              111

Registration Information
       Registration Policies                                        113
       Pre-Registration Form                                        114

Subject Index                                                       115

Monthly and Regional Course Calendars                               119

Part-Time Training                                                  129

Consulting Services                                                 131
FATS III                                                            132

How to Become a NEMRT Member
      What is NEMRT?                                                133
      The ASSIST Program                                            134
      NEMRT Membership                                              135
      Membership Categories                                         136

Computer-Based Training, CDs and Other Resources
     NEMRT’s 40 Hour Juvenile Specialist Skills Program on CD-ROM   137
     The Illinois Officers Legal Source Book, by Dale Anderson      138

Host Site Directions                                                139
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                                         North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.
                                                  355 Smoke Tree Plaza
                                                 North Aurora, IL 60542
                                Phone: 630-896-8860 Fax: 630-896-4422 Web: www.nemrt.com
Alphabetical Course
     Index
24 Hour PPCT Edged Weapon Instructor Course: 11                           Crime Free Multi-Housing Program: 46
32 Hour FATS III Instructor Course: 11                                    Crime Scene Investigation: 46
32 Hour In-Service Refresher Course: 1, 12                                Crimes Against The Elderly: 47
32 Hour Police Cyclist Class: 12                                          Criminal History Records: 47
4 Hour Mandatory Firearms Training Waiver (P.A. 90-646): 13               Criminal Law Review for Illinois Peace Officers: 48
40 Hour Basic Crisis Negotiations: 13                                     Current Trends in Drug Abuse: 48
40 Hour Basic Evidence Technician Program (Cook): 14
40 Hour Basic Evidence Technician Program (Du Page): 14
40 Hour Basic Evidence Technician Program(Campbell): 15                   D
40 Hour Basic Investigation Skills Program: 15                            Death Investigation Seminar: 49
40 Hour Basic Narcotics Investigator: 16                                  De-Escalating Juvenile Aggression: 49
40 Hour Basic Traffic Accident Investigators Course: 16                   De-Escalation Strategies for Safe Street Encounters: 50
40 Hour Basic Truck Weight Enforcement (Truck Enforcement I): 17          Defensive Tactics for Patrol: Use of Force Vs. Resistance Encountered: 50
40 Hour Commercial Vehicle Safety Inspection (Truck Enforcement II): 17   Designer Drugs Awareness: 51
40 Hour Field Training Officer (Sokolove Model): 18                       Designer Drugs Awareness Instructor: 51
40 Hour Field Training Officer Program (San Jose Model): 19               Digital Evidence Processing: 52
40 Hour Firearms Instructor: 19                                           Digital Photography for Law Enforcement Professionals: 52
40 Hour First Line Supervisory Skills Program: 20                         Dispatcher Performance Enhancement - The Power to Change: 53
40 Hour Gang Enforcement Skills Program: 20                               Dispatcher Update on Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence: 53
40 Hour Homicide Investigations: 21                                       Domestic Violence/Crisis Intervention: 54
40 Hour Instructor Development Course: 21                                 Drugged Driver Detection: 54
40 Hour Juvenile Specialist Program CD Version - REVIEW & TEST: 22        Drugged Driver Overview: 55
40 Hour Juvenile Specialist Skills Program: 22                            Du Page County Gang Awareness: 55
40 Hour Law Review for Illinois Peace Officers: 23                        DYCOM: Dynamic Tactical Control Methods: 56
40 Hour Mandatory Firearms Training Program: 24
40 Hour PPCT Defensive Tactics Instructor Course: 25
40 Hour Rifle/Carbine Instructor: 26                                      E
40 Hour Supervising Drug Unit Operations: 27                              Effective Use Of Preliminary Breath Test Instruments (P.B.T.s): 56
                                                                          Emergency Response to Terrorism/Basic Concepts: 57
                                                                          Emergency Spanish For Telecommunicators: 57
A                                                                         Emergency Vehicle Operator Course: 58
Acting Patrol Officer in Charge: 27                                       Emergency-Based Spanish for Law Enforcement: 58
Adolescent Psychology: 28                                                 Ethnic and Cultural Awareness For Patrol Officers: 59
Advanced DUI Enforcement: 28                                              Expandable Baton: Train-The-Trainer: 59
Advanced Evidence Technician: 29
AR-15 / M-16 Armorer School: 1, 29
Arrest, Search, & Seizure Update For Sergeants and Lieutenants: 30        F
Arson Investigation: Basic Crime Scene Skills: 30                         False I.D.'S and Unlawfully Altered Driver's Licenses: 60
                                                                          Field Sobriety Testing: Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus (HGN): 60
                                                                          Financial Exploitation of Seniors: 61
B                                                                         Firearms Instructor Development: Problem Solving & Liability Issues: 61
Ballistic Shield Use for Patrol: 2, 31                                    First Responder Decision Making: 62
Basic Background Investigation: 32                                        First Response To Critical Incidents:Tactical and Crime Scene: 62
Basic Clandestine Meth Lab Awareness: 32                                  Footwear Impression Evidence Workshop: 63
Basic Computer Crime Investigation for First Responders: 33               Forming Critical Incident Response Teams (Schools): 4, 63
Basic DUI Enforcement: 33                                                 Fundamentals of Grant Writing: 4
Basic Media Relations: 34
Basic Police Photography: 34
Basic PowerPoint Presentation Practical: 35                               G-H
Basic Records Practices: 35                                               Gypsy and Traveler Crime Investigation: 64
Basic Shooting Skills: Problem Solving Practical: 36                      Hand Cuffing Instructor Course: 64
Basic Weapons Retention: 36                                               How Law Enforcement Careers Affect Family Life: 65
Bicycle Officer Refresher: 37
Bicycling Enforcement for Safer Roads: 3, 37
Breath Alcohol Testing (ISP): 38                                          I
Breath Analysis For Alcohol Training: 38                                  Identity Theft and Related Offenses: 65
Bullet Trajectory Reconstruction: 39                                      Illinois Vehicle Code Refresher Course: 66
Busting Burnout: Taming the Flames of Public Safety Burnout: 40           Imagescan: 66
                                                                          Injury Prevention for Defensive Tactics Instructors: 5, 67
                                                                          Instructor Training for Oleoresin Capsicum (Pepper Spray): 67
C                                                                         Internal Affairs Investigations: 68
Canine Course #3: Certification: 40                                       Internet Safety for Parents 101: 68
Canine Course #5: Tracking & Article Recovery: 41                         Interviews and Interrogations: 69
Cell Phone and Portable Storage Forensic Investigation: 41                Introduction to Computer Fraud: 69
Chapter 705, Act 405: Juvenile Court Act: 42                              Investigating Financial Crimes: 70
Chapter 720: Illinois Criminal Code Review: 42                            Investigating Use of Force for Field Supervisors: 5, 70
Child Abuse Awareness For Patrol Officers: 43                             Investigation of Domestic Violence: 71
Close Quarter Handgun Skills: 3, 43
Commercial Motor Vehicle - Hotel/Motel Drug Interdiction: 44
Communication Tactics: 44
Computer Crimes Investigation: 45
Concealed Compartments in Vehicles: 45
         Spring In-Service Course Catalog                                                                                                       G
                                                                         Tactical Ground Fighting: 98
J-K                                                                      Tactical Groundfighting Instructor: 10, 98
John Reid Advanced Interviews and Interrogations: 71                     Testifying in A DUI Trial: 99
John Reid Interviews and Interrogations: 72                              Testifying in Court: 99
Juvenile Interrogation and Delinquency Update: 72                        The Laws of Interrogation - How to Take Statements: 100
Knife Defense and Emergency Applications for Patrol: 73                  Training Manager Specialist: 100
                                                                         Trouble Shooting Search and Seizure: 101
                                                                         Truck Weight Refresher: 101
L
Latent Print Technology Work Shop: A Latent Print Practicum: 73
Law Enforcement Ethics For F.T.O.s: 74                                   U-W
Law Enforcement Ethics For Patrol: 74                                    Use of Covert GPS in Criminal Investigations: 10, 102
Law Enforcement Ethics For Sergeants and Lieutenants: 75                 Use Of Force Workshop For Sergeants and Lieutenants: 102
Law Enforcement Performance Improvement: The Power to Change: 75         Vehicle Reclamation: 103
Law Enforcement Protective Measures: 76                                  Vehicle Stops: 103
Laws of Arrest, Search, and Seizure: 76                                  Verbal Judo: 104
Leadership Skills For Street Supervisors: 77                             Writing Effective Search Warrants: 104
Legal Aspects Of Police Management: 77


M
Making Great Community Presentations: 78
Managing the Legal Risks of Training: 78
Mental Health Update: 6, 79
Mental Preparation for Winning Violent Encounters: 6, 79
Mobile Video Taping-Legal Aspects: 80
Motor Vehicle Theft for Patrol Officers (ISP): 80
Multi-Hazard Emergency Planning for Illinois Schools Trainer: 7, 81


N-O
Non-Verbal Communication in Conjunction With Interview Techniques: 81
Officer Down: Tactical Response Techniques: 82
Officer Wellness and Fitness: 82


P
Physical Surveillance Using G.P.S.: 7, 83
Police Honor Guard: 8, 83
Police Mountain Bike Repair: 84
Police Urban Rifle/Carbine Tactical Shooting Skills: 85
Portable Weight Scale Certification: 86
PPCT Defensive Tactics Instructor Update: 86
Practical Case Law Analysis: 87
Pre-Retirement Planning: 87
Preventing and Resolving Sexual Harassment in The Workplace: 88
Proper Lock-Up Procedures For Female Arrestees By Female Personnel: 88


R
Raid Planning and High Risk Warrant Service: 89
Rapid Deployment Instructors Course: 89
Recent Case Law: How It Affects Police Operations: 90
Recruitment of Police Applicants: 8, 90
Report Writing: 9, 91
Report Writing For Patrol Officers: 91
Risk Management and Civil Liability- Section 1983: 92


S
Sex Assault Crime Scene Practical: 92
Sex Crimes Investigation: 93
Sex Offender Registration Update: 93
Simulation-Based Training for Initial Responders: 94
Solutions to Supervision and Management Issues: 94
Specialized Fitness Training for SWAT Officers: 9, 95
STOPS: Strategies and Tactics Of Patrol Stops: 95
Street Drugs: 96
Street Gang Identification and Activities Overview: 96
Supervising/Managing the Field Training Process: 97

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    H                                                                                                North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.
New Course Spotlight
Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This four day comprehensivre training program will provide basic in-service
32 Hour In-Service                         refresher/review training through a combination of traditional classroom and hands-on
                                           teaching methods. This course is an ideal update for your post academy training needs and
Refresher                                  is ideal for experienced offiers..
PAT136R                                    Topics to be addressed:

March 11-14, 2008                          - Cultural Diversity (4 hours)
Moraine Valley Community                   - Use of Force (2 hours)
                                           - O.C. Spray (2 hours)
College, Bldg. D, Rm. 122                  - Speed Handcuffing/Expandable Baton (2 hours)
                                           - Sex Crimes Refresher (2 hours)
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM                         - Law Enforcement Ethics (2 hours)
                                           - Basic Weapons Retention (4 hours)
                                           - Domestic Violence/Crisis Intervention (2 hours)
Member Tuition: None                       - Chapter 720: Illinois Criminal Code Review (2 hours)
Non-Member Tuition: $400.00                - First Aid-CPR and AED (4 hours)
                                           - Hazardous Materials: First Responder Refresher (4 hours)
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         REQUIRED EQUIPMENT: Duty Belt, Expandable Baton, Handcuffs (NOTE: NO
                                           HANDGUNS BROUGHT TO THE CLASSROOM)

                                           A select team of NEMRT instructors will be providing this training.

                                           This course will begin with a review of basic rifle operation and safety functions. Students will
AR-15 / M-16 Armorer                       then learn to identify, disassemble / reassemble the working parts of the AR-15 / M-16 systems.
                                           Inspection and review will include the upper and lower receiver assemblies. Discussion will
School                                     include semiautomatic vs. automatic parts and function, and variation types of stocks,
                                           magazines, slings, and optics.
PHY527R
                                           The course will conclude with a final mechanical test involving a complete strip/reassembly of
                                           the weapon. Students must bring one pair of clear plastic safety glasses for classroom safety, a
March 10-11, 2008                          billed-type baseball cap, and the weapon(s) they will work on during the class.
Olympia Fields Police
                                           Course topics to be covered:
Department                                 - Operational Basics and Safety Functions
                                           - Upper and Lower Receivers
                                           - Barrels, Handguards, and Front/Rear Sights
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM                         - Flash Suppressors and Muzzel Breaks
                                           - Bolt, Bolt Carrier, Chamber Issues
                                           - Buffers and Recoil Springs
Member Tuition: $400.00                    - Triggers, Hammers, Disconnectors / Springs
Non-Member Tuition: $500.00                - Bolt Catch and Magazine Release
                                           - Stocks, Magazines, Slings, and Optics
                                           - Range Malfunctions and Corrections
Limit: 2 per Dept.
                                           STUDENTS MUST BRING:
                                           - AR-15 or M-16 Rifle with a sling
                                           - Clear plastic safety glasses (wraparound)
                                           - Cleaning kit (oil, patches, cleaning rod)
                                           - billed baseball cap
                                           - ear protection

                                           SAFETY PROCEDURES
                                           - EYE PROTECTION IN THE CLASSROOM IS MANDATORY
                                           - ALL WEAPONS MUST BE UNLOADED & TRANSPORTED IN A CASE
                                           - ALL WEAPONS REMAIN IN THEIR CASE UNTIL CHECKED BY INSTRUCTORS!!

                                           Instructors for this class will be: Chief Jeff Chudwin, Olympia Fields Police Department, Patrick
                                           Sweeney, gunsmith and author, Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Ned Christiansen, gunsmith and
                                           competitive shooter from Three Rivers, Michigan.

                                           **Cancellations must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of this program in order
                                           to avoid being billed.**




   Spring 2008 In-Service Course Catalog                                                                                               1
     Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                          This end-user practical is for patrol division officers who wish to utilize the ballistic shield
Ballistic Shield Use for                  for immediate field applications. Many departments have recently purchased light hand-
                                          held shields to augment their patrol functions.
Patrol
                                          These tactical shields can provide reasonable protection from handgun rounds if properly
PAT345R                                   used and can be deployed as a valuable tool for the following:

April 11, 2008                            - Rapid deployment
                                          - Officer/Citizen rescue
Du Page County Airport,                   - Felony vehicle stops
West Chicago                              - Building clearing calls

                                          Any officer will benefit from the tactics instructed during this course.
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
                                          Participants should bring ballistic shields with them if they have them.
Member Tuition: None                      Simunition rounds will be utilized during the course, so participants are to wear body
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00               armor, and dress accordingly (long sleeve shirts, gloves, etc.) Eye protection and full face
                                          head gear should be brought if available.

Limit: 2 per Dept.                        Instructors for this course will be: Sgt. Bernie Hogancamp and Officer Pat Siemsen both of
                                          Homewood Police Department.




 2                                                                                            North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.
Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This four hour class will familiarize any patrol officer with how to enforce bicycle specific
Bicycling Enforcement                      laws and investigate bicycle crashes. The purpose of this course is to assist departments in
                                           making roads safer by identifying causes and improving enforcement practices throughout
for Safer Roads                            the region.

PAT065R                                    Best law enforcement practices for educating communities about motorist-bicyclist safety
                                           and for enforcement of bicycling laws will be presented, including:
April 16, 2008
                                           - State laws pertaining to bicyle enforcement
Elmhurst Police Department                 - Driving behaviors that pose dangers to bicyclists
                                           - Common bicycle actions that endanger themselves and others
                                           - The importance of having a good investigation
April 22, 2008                             - Reporting responsibilities and determining causal factors
St. Charles Police Department              - Educational approaches during traffic stops

                                           While certain elements of this training may have some youthful educational applications,
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM                        the primary focus of this seminar is on enforcement and patrol level road safety
                                           applications.
Member Tuition: None                       Educational videotapes will be utilized to demonstrate violations and enforcement tactics
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                provided through a traffic safety grant from the Illinois Department of Transportation.

                                           This course will be taught by Outreach Director Dean Schott, League of Illinois Bicyclists.
Limit: 2 per Dept.


                                           This intensive 2 day program will enhance an officer's ability to survive utilizing simple but
Close Quarter                              effective close quarter shooting and defensive tactics. Geared for both the first line officer, and
                                           undercover officer, core skill development will lay the foundation for more advanced tactics
Handgun Skills                             as students progress.

PHY034R                                    Throughout the course, high stress marksmanship and weapons handling will be developed,
                                           where officers will learn to move, communicate, and shoot where and when required.
                                           Justifiable force options will be discussed on the range by an experienced use of force
March 17-18, 2008                          attorney.
Harvey Police Department
                                           Topics to be addressed will include the following:
                                           - Range safety and developing a survival mindset.
April 14-15, 2008                          - Introduction to the "Spear and Shield Technique."
Harvey Police Department                   - Verbal skills development.
                                           - Overcoming distractions.
                                           - Multiple shot placement.
May 15-16, 2008                            - Stoppage reduction and failure to stop drills.
                                           - Making magazine changes.
Harvey Police Department                   - Single aggressor engagement from different angles of attack.
                                           - Basic techniques and tactics.
June 23-24, 2008                           Students are required to bring:
Harvey Police Department                   - 500 Rounds ammunition.
                                           - Hat with bill to protect face from brass ejections
                                           - Eye protection.
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Pencil/pen and notebook.
                                           - Duty leather and pistol.
                                           - Duty flashlight.
Member Tuition: $300.00                    - Soft body armor.
Non-Member Tuition: $400.00                - Comfortable clothing and boots, no shorts (fatigues/BDUs suggested) NOTE: Students
                                             will participate in multiple tactical exercises and can expect to get dirty.
                                           - Water to drink during tactical exercises.
Limit: Unlimited                           - Packed Lunch.

                                           Certificates of participation will be given to all attending and for those who are able to qualify
                                           on a ten round 18 second course of fire, a "Strike Tactical Level One Qualification certificate
                                           will be additionally awarded.

                                           Instructor Henk Iverson is a former South African soldier and police officer with more than
                                           18years experience as a firearms and defensive tactics instructor. He has trained counter-
                                           terrorism units, special forces, and dignitary protection internationally. Chief Jeff Chudwin is
                                           a noted firearms trainer and use of force attorney.

                                           **Cancellations must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of this program in
                                           order to avoid being billed.
     Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                          This 5 hour session is designed to assist school districts and first responders build an
Forming Critical                          emergency management system to respond to and manage critical incidents when working
                                          with local emergency responders.
Incident Response
                                          The elements of emergency response and those involved will be identified as part of the
Teams (Schools)                           Incident Command System (ICS) structure for team development for working with first
                                          responders. Simulated emergency scenarios, table-top drills, and small group activities will
PAT305R                                   address the School Safety Drill Act and associated guidelines.

April 23, 2008                            This course is designed to assist law enforcement and schools to better plan, prepare and
                                          manage critical incidents. The all hazard initiative addresses planning, response, recovery,
Elgin Police Department                   and mitigation in a comprehensive manner to include local community and county-wide
                                          critical incident response plans. This model of preparation is based on National Incident
                                          Management System (NIMS) guidelines for self-sustaining capacities up to 72 hours in the
08:00 AM to 02:00 PM                      event of a catastrophe where first responders are unable to reach the school.

Member Tuition: None                      Teams of 3 to 5 staff including administrators, teacher, director of transportation, engineer,
                                          school resource officer are invited to attend with police and fire personnel.
Non-Member Tuition: None
                                          School based Incident Command System organization structure for the management of
                                          critical incidents will be learned by local police, firefighters, emergency management, and
Limit: 5 per Dept.                        educators from both the public and private schools.

                                          Any school, fire or ESDA personnel must be pre-registered by NEMRT member agency by
                                          fax transmission. No direct pre-registrations will be accepted by the NEMRT registrar for
                                          non-law enforcement personnel. Five personnel total (per jurisdiction) will be allowed to
                                          attend.




                                          This workshop will be an introduction to successful grant writing for those with little or no
Fundamentals of Grant                     previous experience. It will offer time saving tips and advice for getting your programs
                                          funded.
Writing
                                          Topics includ:
MAN500R                                   - Developing a proposal plan
                                          - Proposal writing tips
March 28, 2008                            - Identification of the key proponents of a proposal
                                          - Using Internet resources to hone grant writing skills
Lake Zurich Police Department             - Locating funding resources (public and/or private)
                                          - Research tools and resources
                                          - Understanding applications and RFPs
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                      - Program presentations
                                          - Developing budgets
Member Tuition: None                      - Program pitfalls and cost/benefit considerations
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00               This course will betaught by: Mr. Dave Mekarski, Village Adminstrator for the Village of
                                          Olympia Fields.
Limit: 2 per Dept.




 4                                                                                           North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.
Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           Many officers are getting injured during defensive tactics training. In an effort to limit
Injury Prevention for                      liability and workman's compensation claims, some agencies and departments are
                                           eliminating DT training altogether. Eliminating DT trainig is not the answer.
Defensive Tactics
                                           This course will educate DT instructors on the most up-to-date strategies to reduce injuries.
Instructors                                Instructors will gain valuable insight and learn practical tools to identify and prevent the
                                           most common injuries that occur as a result of DT training.
PHY036R
                                           Instructors will also learn how to imporve student performance through a greater
April 21, 2008                             understanding of the specific physical needs of law enforcement officers. DT specific
                                           fitness exercises and drills will be demonstrated and then performed by those attending.
Elgin Police Department                    The Injury Prevention for Defensive Tactics Instructors course is highly recommended for
                                           defensive tactics and police martial arts trainers and will help enhance skills no matter what
                                           style of DT or martial arts system is utilized.
May 7, 2008
Glenview Police Department                 This course will be taught by: Lead instructor James DiNaso of Police Kinesiology
                                           Company, who holds a M.S. in Exercise Science.
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM                         PLEASE WEAR WORKOUT ATTIRE.

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           This one day John E. Reid and Associates course provides supervisors with the critical
Investigating Use of                       skills to conduct use of force investigations, including properly documenting and
                                           conducting the necessary follow-ups. Those of any rank who review force incidents,
Force for Field                            conduct professional integrity and/or conduct internal affairs investigations would also
                                           benefit from this course.
Supervisors
                                           Most field supervisors receive little, if any, training in how to complete a use of force
MAN919R                                    investigation. Sample documents, professional research, and pertinent case law will be
                                           shared by an expert witness, trainer and consultant, who specializes in use of force legal
April 22, 2008                             actions.
Lisle Police Department                    Case studies, lecture, and interactive classroom discussion will be utilized throughout the
                                           training.
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM                         Topics to be addressed include:

Member Tuition: $150.00                    - The Supervisors Role in the investigation
                                           - Organizational factors that influence use of force incidents
Non-Member Tuition: $250.00                - Phases of a use of force event
                                           - Legal standards to consider during the investigation
                                           - Utilizing "decision point analysis"
Limit: Unlimited                           - Reviewing officer reports and supplemental reports
                                           - Components of negotiated settlement agreements

                                           This special course is taught by Chief Charles Gruber of South Barrington, Illinois. He has
                                           worked as a consultant to the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), Civil Rights Division,
                                           investigating police departments where allegations of pattern and practice abuses have
                                           occurred. He has been involved in DOJ investigations of police departments, including
                                           Cincinnati, Ohio; Miami, Florida; Schenectady, New York; and Providence, Rhode Island.




   Spring 2008 In-Service Course Catalog                                                                                                5
     Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                          Police officers are often the first to cope with a person having a mental health crisis. This 4
Mental Health Update                      hour course will assist officers in addressing the needs of those people experiencing mental
                                          illness.
PAT450R
                                          Participants will learn how to better respond to those people experiencing isolation, family
March 27, 2008                            disruption, possible loss of employment, and/or housing.
Lisle Police Department                   With rare execptions, few people are destined to a life marked by unremitting, acute mental
                                          illness. The most severe, persistent forms of mental illness tend to respond to treatment,
                                          even when recurrent and episodic. Officers will be better prepared to repond to these calls
08:00 AM to 12:00 PM                      by having an awareness of self-help programs, crisis services, and advocacy initiatives.

Member Tuition: None                      Topics will include:
                                          -Recognizing signs and symptoms of mental illness
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00               -De-escalation strategies
                                          -Voluntary/Involuntary committment issues
                                          -Homelessness
Limit: 2 per Dept.                        -Critical Incident Response Teams (CIRT)
                                          -Utilizing community resources
                                          -Suicide awareness
                                          -Medications awareness

                                          This course will be taught by Lt. Scott Watkins, Lombard P.D. and NAMI (National
                                          Alliance for The Mentally Ill), DuPage County, and Ms. Lisa Salvadore, DuPage County
                                          Adult Probation.




                                          Officers' actions taken during actual incidents are examined and discussed throughout this
Mental Preparation for                    interactive lecture. Students are encouraged to develop a positive mental approach to a
                                          variety of situations: subject control, searches, overcoming complacency, responding to
Winning Violent                           sudden stops, and suspicious persons.
Encounters                                Whether the officer is unaware of the dangers on the street, apprehensive about their safety,
                                          or complacent from an attitude of "that won't happen to me", this course promises to
PAT183R                                   stimulate thinking, build self-confidence, and impart a renewed commitment for officer
                                          action and safety.
March 26, 2008
                                          Topics addressed will include:
Northbrook Police Department
                                          - Command presence to discourage resistance
                                          - Learning what are the dynamics of armed encounters
March 27, 2008                            - How winners plan for violent encounters
Mc Henry Police Department                - Four principles of close-quarter use of handgun
                                          - Responding to off-duty encounters
                                          - Overcoming the most common mental and tactical mistakes
March 28, 2008                            - Combat breathing technique revisited for daily use and practice
Elmhurst Police Department                - Using mental imagery to overcome negativity
                                          - What we learn from fellow officers who have won violent encounters

8:00 AM to 4:00 PM                        Instruction will be provided by Winning Edge Training, Lt. Brian McKenna, Hazelwood,
                                          Missouri Police Department. Lt. McKenna is a noted author and veteran of 31 years, who
                                          has writtten "Officer Down", a regular feature in Police Marksman Magazine for the last 20
Member Tuition: None                      years.
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.



 6                                                                                           North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.
Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This two day 15 hour instructor training purpose is to develop a core cadre of trainers who
Multi-Hazard                               will provide technical assistance and serve as district and regional training resources.
Emergency Planning                         This course is designed to assist law enforcement and schools to better plan, prepare and
                                           manage critical incidents. The all hazard initiative addresses planning, response, recovery,
for Illinois Schools                       and mitigation in a comprehensive manner to include local community and county-wide
                                           critical incident response plans.
Trainer
                                           This model of preparation is based on National Incident Management System (NIMS)
TTT906R                                    guidelines for self-sustaining capacities up to 72 hours in the event of a catastrophe where
                                           first responders are unable to reach the school.
April 24-25, 2008
                                           Those attending will learn to develop effective emergency operations plans for a wide
Elgin Police Department                    variety of critical incidents that schools will experience. Topics will include:
                                           - Emergency Operations Management.
                                           - Planning, hazard analysis.
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Terrorism/Weapons of Mass Destruction.
                                           - Critical Incident Response Procedures.
Member Tuition: None                       - Table top drill and testing plans.
Non-Member Tuition: None                   Schools and police should consider sending a team including a school administrator and a
                                           school resource officer. Those attending will be expected to conduct training and technical
                                           assistance to school district administration regarding school emergency and crisis response
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         planning.

                                           School based Incident Command System organization structure for the management of
                                           critical incidents will be learned by local police, firefighters, emergency management, and
                                           educators from both the public and private schools.

                                           Extensive trainer materials will be provided, as well as a working lunch.

                                           This course is sponsored by: The Illinois State Board of Education in partnership with the
                                           Illinois Terrorism Task Force

                                           Any school, fire or ESDA personnel must be pre-registered by NEMRT member agency by
                                           fax transmission (630-896-4422). No direct pre-registrations will be accepted by the
                                           NEMRT registrar for non-law enforcement personnel.




Physical Surveillance                      This two day practical course employs the latest G.P.S. technologies. Officers will
                                           participate in physical surveillance exercises during the course.
Using G.P.S.                               Officers will learn how to install covert G.P.S. devices and gain experience from the
                                           surveillance exercises.
INV069R
                                           Topics to be addressed:
June 22-23, 2008
                                           - Monitoring and locating persons
Lemont Park District,                      - Effective documentation of activity
Quarry Rm.                                 - Legal parameters
                                           - Radio and Nextel discipline
                                           - Planning a surveillance operation
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
                                           Officers should bring portable radios and are encouraged to bring G.P.S. equipment, if
                                           available.
Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $200.00                The instructor for this class will be Dennis Carroll, Kane County Sheriff Investigator.


Limit: 3 per Dept.


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     Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                          This three-day program instructs departments in starting, developing, or refreshing an
Police Honor Guard                        honor guard team or person. Ceremony drills will be practiced throughout this hands-on
                                          practical course, based on U.S. Marine Corps standards.
TRA060R
                                          Topics to be addressed include:
May 19-21, 2008                           - Basic drill instruction.
                                          - Basic rifle manual.
Maryville Academy,                        - Flag etiquette and formations.
Des Plaines                               - Ceremonial and parade marching.
                                          - Drill and protocol for funerals.
                                          - Use and performance of "gun salute".
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                      - Ceremonial sword protocol.

                                          Those attending must bring the following: dress hats, belts, gloves, rifles and appropriate
Member Tuition: $225.00                   BLANK ammunition. (If the agency uses something other than M - 1 rifles, departments
Non-Member Tuition: $325.00               must supply their own blanks.) Each team must also bring 3flags, 3flag poles, 3 flag-
                                          carrying harnesses, and, if available, a departmental ceremonial sword.
                                          Drill training binders will be provided to each department attending.
Limit: 7 per Dept.
                                          Training teams of up to seven officers from one department will be permitted to attend.

                                          Lead instructor for this class is officer John Hutson of the Des Plaines Police Department.

                                          **Cancellations for this course must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
                                          the program in order to avoid being billed.




                                          This one day program provides assistance to department recruiters by providing them with
Recruitment of Police                     the latest state, federal, and C.A.L.E.A. guidelines for recruiting potential applicants.
Applicants                                Included in this course will ba a thorough discussion on how to better use schools, the
                                          media, online applications, and written publications to improve the recruitment process.
MAN071R
                                          Unconventional and unique marketing strategies will be included.
April 8, 2008
                                          Topics to be addressed include:
Lansing Police Department
                                          * Equal Opportunity and Diversity Issues
                                          * Setting Recruitment priorities
April 22, 2008                            * C.A.L.E.A. guidelines
Palatine Police Department                * Policy recommendations
                                          * Recruitment strategies and contacts
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM                        Instructor for this class will be Officer Michael Tavolacci, Bartlett Police Department.

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This program is designed for officers with less than five years of on-the-job experience.
Report Writing                             Fundamental writing guidelines and suggestions will be addressed.

COM408R                                    Topics covered:

March 6, 2008                              -Correct grammar
                                           -Examining current writing standards
Northbrook Police Department               -Methods to simplify report writing and reading
                                           -Emphasizing the importance of complete records
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       Participants are required to bring paper, a black non-erasable (not felt tip) pen and blank
                                           copies of their department's case report forms. These will be handed to the instructor at the
Member Tuition: None                       start of the class.
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                This course will be taught by: Sgt. Bernie Hogancamp of the Homewood Police
                                           Department.
Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           This course is ideal for members of SWAT teams, Crisis Response Teams, and instructors
Specialized Fitness                        who develop physical training programs for tactical teams. Tactical team members need to
                                           have specific physical skills to effectively and safely carry out their duties. This course will
Training for SWAT                          educate tactical team members and tactical trainers on how to improve tactical specific
                                           fitness levels.
Officers
                                           Instruction will include:
PHY037R                                    - Tactical movement skills
                                           - Speed drills
April 22, 2008                             - Shooting drills
                                           - Evasive maneuvers
Elgin Police Department
                                           Required equipment: vest and duty belt
May 8, 2008                                Please wear workout attire.
Glenview Police Department
                                           This course will be taught by: James DiNaso, Police Kinesiology Company, M.S. Exercise
                                           Science; and Capt. Brian Marvin, Cole County Sheriff’s Department (Retired).
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This practical, three-day instructor course will assist departments in providing them with an
Tactical                                   internal trainer to train officers if they are on the ground. Whether overpowered, off-
                                           balance, or injured, this course will give them the tactical advantage to survive.
Groundfighting
                                           Situations often arise which involve use of escalated force, where officers are more
Instructor                                 susceptible to injury, have less control over their firearms, and have less visibility and
                                           mobility, while the assailant(s) have the option of escaping.
TTT016R
                                           Participants will learn how to increase their mobility, protect their firearms, protect their
April 7-9, 2008                            bodies, and increase their overall fighting and shooting positions.
Hoffman Estates Police                     Topics to be addressed include:
Department                                 - Best ways to fall and land safely (forward and backward)
                                           - Best ways to roll, and when it's appropriate to do so
                                           - Best ways to throw opponents when you are on the ground
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Best ways to block and counterstrike
                                           - Edged weapon defense techniques when you are on the ground
                                           - Firearm techniques from the ground
Member Tuition: $350.00                    - Baton techniques from the ground
Non-Member Tuition: $450.00                - Fighting multiple assailants from the ground
                                           - Off-balance techniques (before you hit the ground)
                                           - Techniques against swords and machetes
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         - Ground grappling
                                           - Best ways to get up (recover) from the ground
                                           - Modern Warrior's concepts of Time Framing and Physio-kinetics

                                           Experienced Instructor-Officers should wear gym clothes, and may bring their duty belts
                                           and soft body armor if they wish, but these items are not required.

                                           ** Cancellations for this course must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
                                           the class in order to avoid being billed.



                                           This one day class will provide investigators with the key skills to employ GPS
Use of Covert GPS                          technologies to support the investigative functions. GPS has been accepted by the courts for
                                           law enforcement use.
(Global Positioning
                                           GPS is a United States Department of Defense program that uses a series of 24 satellites
Systems) in Criminal                       that orbit above the earth at approximately 11,000 miles out, with a 24/7 application.
                                           Digital signals of coded information are sent out so that from any point on earth at least 4
Investigations                             satellites are above the horizon at any time.

INV068R                                    Older models have been replaced by hand-held, non commercial use devices that are less
                                           expensive and appropriate for vehicle installation for uses in general investigations,
May 16, 2008                               intelligence gathering, internal affairs, remote control activations, and for "bait vehicles".
Elmhurst Police Department                 Narcotics, burglaries, and homicide case applications will be discussed.

                                           Highlighted throughout the course will be:
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
                                           - Enhanced surveillance, active and passive
Member Tuition: None                       - Data logging, real time, "near" real time, and tracking
                                           - Geo-fencing, test messaging/e-mail
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                - Legal considerations and case analysis
                                           - Procurement and cost concerns
                                           - Practical uses for successful investigations
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         - New generational capabilities
                                           - How GPS can save money from a manpower allocation perspective

                                           This course would be an excellent course to take prior to the forthcoming 16 hour Practical
                                           Physical Surveillance and Electronic Tracking Course that will be offered this Spring.

                                           The instructor for this course will be Dennis Carroll, Kane County Sheriff's Department.




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                Course Descriptions




Spring In-Service Course Catalog      K
Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           While some households have firearms in them, almost all have knives and/or other edged
24 Hour PPCT Edged                         weapons. Successful completion of this three-day PPCT certification school will enable
                                           participants to instruct other officers in self-defense techniques for edged-weapon attacks.
Weapon Instructor
Course                                     Topics to be addressed include:
                                           - The most common types of edged weapon attacks
                                           - Current information on survival reaction time
TTT300R                                    - Legal review and case law

April 22-24, 2008                          Participants need to bring the following equipment to class:
Elmhurst Police Department                 - Elbow pads
                                           - Soccer shin guards
                                           - Forearm pads
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
                                           This course will be taught by: Sergeant Robert Nicholas, Elmhurst Police Department .
Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $300.00

Limit: 1 per Dept.




                                           This 32 hour course is ideal for agencies interested in using the newest generation of
32 Hour FATS III                           Firearms Training Systems: FATS III. Firearms instructors and training officers completing
                                           this course will be qualified to guide officers through the various computerized
Instructor Course                          "Shoot/Don't Shoot!" simulations of the FATS III system and help these student officers
                                           examine their individual responses in light of department policies, court decisions, and state
TTT501R                                    and federal laws.

April 14-17, 2008                          Topics include:
Streamwood Police Department               - Assembly and tear-down procedures
                                           - Troubleshooting system problems
                                           - Officer coaching techniques
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Legal guidelines for the use of deadly force
                                           - Branching technology
                                           - Developing FATS III training programs to fit departmental needs
Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $400.00                COURSE PREREQUISITE: Participants must possess a valid "40 Hr. Firearms Instructor"
                                           certificate to register for this program. Participants must bring a copy of their "40 Hr.
                                           Firearms Instructor" certificate to the first day of class and their duty leather, baton and
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         handcuffs on days 2-4. In addition, students will be asked to present a copy of their current
                                           resume and a lesson plan for FATS instruction on day 4.

                                           In compliance with the policies of the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board,
                                           participants in this course must be state-certified, full-time law enforcement officers who
                                           have completed a state-certified training program in firearms instruction and who have an
                                           Instructor Approval form on file with the ILETSB.

                                           This course will be taught by: Lieutenant James Volpe; Wheaton Police Department;
                                           Sergeant Steven Yahnke, Kane County Sheriff's Department ; and Mr. Mike Hinko, The
                                           Hink Co.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This four day comprehensivre training program will provide basic in-service
32 Hour In-Service                         refresher/review training through a combination of traditional classroom and hands-on
                                           teaching methods. This course is an ideal update for your post academy training needs and
Refresher                                  is ideal for experienced offiers..
PAT136R                                    Topics to be addressed:

March 11-14, 2008                          - Cultural Diversity (4 hours)
Moraine Valley Community                   - Use of Force (2 hours)
                                           - O.C. Spray (2 hours)
College                                    - Speed Handcuffing/Expandable Baton (2 hours)
                                           - Sex Crimes Refresher (2 hours)
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM                         - Law Enforcement Ethics (2 hours)
                                           - Basic Weapons Retention (4 hours)
                                           - Domestic Violence/Crisis Intervention (2 hours)
Member Tuition: None                       - Chapter 720: Illinois Criminal Code Review (2 hours)
Non-Member Tuition: $400.00                - First Aid-CPR and AED (4 hours)
                                           - Hazardous Materials: First Responder Refresher (4 hours)
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         REQUIRED EQUIPMENT: Duty Belt, Expandable Baton, Handcuffs (NOTE: NO
                                           HANDGUNS BROUGHT TO THE CLASSROOM)

      New Course!                          A select team of NEMRT instructors will be providing this training.




                                           This course, which is nationally certified through the International Police Mountain Bike
32 Hour Police Cyclist                     Association, has been developed for officers and First Line Supervisors and focuses on the
                                           use of the bicycle as a patrol vehicle. Participants will spend approximately half of each
Class                                      day riding their bikes and negotiating obstacles. Students will learn to safely handle their
                                           bikes while in traffic and how to use the bicycle when making traffic stops, citizen contacts,
PAT931R                                    and suspect contacts. They will also learn how to safely handle bicycles in pursuit
                                           situations.
May 13-16, 2008
                                           The course includes:
Naperville Police Department               - Bicycle, uniform, accessory, and clothing selections
                                           - Basic physical fitness and injury avoidance
May 19-22, 2008                            - Critical situation riding techniques
Judson University - Plant                  - Basic maintenance, tire changing, brake and gear adjustment, lubrication
                                           - Pre-ride safety inspections
Operations B                               - Traffic strategies and approaches to calls
                                           - Negotiation of basic obstacles
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Patrolling, vehicle stops, suspect stops
                                           - Pursuits and takedowns
** On May 15 only, class meets             - Night patrol
from 2-10 pm.                              - Drug enforcement
                                           - Community relations
                                           - Negotiation of advanced obstacles
Member Tuition: $175.00                    - Pride ride
Non-Member Tuition: $400.00                - Bicycles and firearms

Limit: 2 per Dept.                         Participants must bring a multi-geared, quality mountain bike, a bicycle helmet that meets
                                           ANSI 90.4 and SNELL memorial standards, and protective eyewear. IMPORTANT
                                           NOTE: Student bikes MUST meet IPMBA standards for appropriate frame height and size,
                                           i.e. there should be 1.5 to 3 inches of clearance between the rider and the top tube of the
                                           bike when the rider is astride it in a flat-footed stance.

                                           It is mandatory that students wear department uniforms and duty gear for this course. It is
                                           also suggested that participants bring power grips or toe clips (no clipless systems), water
                                           bottles, a basic tool kit, rain jacket, and cycling gloves.

                                           ** Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
                                           the program in order to avoid being billed.

                                           This course will be taught by: Detective Bernard Hogancamp, Homewood Police
                                           Department and Patrol Officer Craig Wainman, Freeport Police Department (5/13-16) and
                                           Officer Tim McGurn, Waukegan Police Department, and Officer Tom Walsh, Chicago
                                           Police Department (5/19-22).

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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This program may only be attended by students who have previously completed a course of
4 Hour Mandatory                           instruction similar to the State of Illinois Mandatory Firearms Training program as provided
                                           by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board. The sole authority for allowing
Firearms Training                          a student to participate in this program and to waive any participant from attending the
Waiver (P.A. 90-646)                       entire Mandatory Firearms Training program applicable to Illinois Peace Officers shall be
                                           vested in the Board.
PHY513R                                    The program will consist of classroom refresher training to prepare students to take the
                                           written examination required by P.A. 90-646, actual administration of the examination, and
March 15, 2008                             having each student attempt to qualify on the State of Illinois-approved Mandatory
Flossmoor Police Department                Firearms Training Qualification Course.

                                           According to P.A. 90-646, waivers will be contingent upon an officer's successful
April 19, 2008                             completion of the written test and qualifying course of fire from the 40 Hr. Mandatory
Berwyn Police Department                   Firearms Training Program. The written examination consists of 50 multiple choice
                                           questions. Officers seeking a waiver must achieve a passing score of 70% and will have
                                           only one opportunity to pass the written test. The Handgun Qualification Course of Fire
June 14, 2008                              consists of 24 rounds shot from the 7 yard line, 18 rounds shot from the 15 yard line and 8
Des Plaines Police Department              rounds shot from the 25 yard line. All shooting begins from the secured holster position.
Firearms Range                             The officer will receive only two opportunities to qualify for the record.

                                           Range time will be given to familiarize officers with the official course of fire. Students
08:00 AM to 12:00 PM                       will receive N.E.M.R.T. and State of Illinois certificates showing successful completion of
                                           the requirements of P.A. 90-646.
Member Tuition: $75.00                     Note: Students need to bring their duty weapon, holster, 150 rounds of ammunition, eye and
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                ear protection, and a pen to class.

                                           ** Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
Limit: Unlimited                           class in order to avoid being billed.

                                           This course will be taught by: Chief Daniel McCollum, La Grange Park Police Department.




                                           This 40 hour, basic course will assist departments in developing individuals to become
40 Hour Basic Crisis                       crisis/hostage negotiators. Students will learn the basic philosophy and principles of
                                           crisis/hostage negotiation theory, concepts, and general guidelines, including an exploration
Negotiations                               of the psychological and physiological aspects of hostage negotiation situations.
COM021R                                    Discussion topics include:
                                           - Principles of mediation
May 12-16, 2008                            - Crisis intervention
Carpentersville Fire Station 3             - The tactical response to police hostage situations
                                           - Psychological issues
                                           - Suicide intervention
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Communication skills
                                           - Legal and policy issues
                                           - Intelligence
Member Tuition: None                       - Command issues
Non-Member Tuition: $500.00                - Police stress
                                           - Types of mental illness
                                           - De-escalation strategies
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         - Role of the negotiator during an incident
                                           - Safety considerations
                                           - SWAT team and patrol coordination

                                           Additionally, this program will include in-depth presentations of the basic elements of
                                           general criminal psychology and the profiling of violent criminal offenders.

                                           This course will be taught by: Sergeant Michael Wargo, Illinois State Police (Retired).




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This program is designed for recently assigned evidence technicians and will introduce
40 Hour Basic                              them to various evidence collection, identification, and preservation techniques. The impact
                                           of these techniques upon specific criminal investigations will also be discussed. Course
Evidence Technician                        topics include:
Program (Cook)                             - Crime scene management
                                           - Crime scene photography
INV901R                                    - Crime scene sketching, diagramming, and animation
                                           - Forensic Laboratory Sections
April 14-18, 2008                          - Evidence recognition, handling, packaging, and submission
Tinley Park Police Department              - Trace, tool mark, and firearm evidence
                                           - Footwear/tire track castings
                                           - Latent prints, impression evidence, and AFIS technology
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Biological evidence and D.N.A.
                                           - Search warrants and consent to search
                                           - Gun shot residue tests and results
Member Tuition: None                       - Advances in evidence technology
Non-Member Tuition: $500.00
                                           EACH STUDENT SHOULD BE FAMILIAR WITH HIS/HER DEPARTMENT'S 35 MM
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         CAMERA AND/OR DIGITAL CAMERA AND SHOULD BRING THESE ITEMS TO
                                           CLASS:

                                           - Camera(s)
                                           - Tripod to fit each
                                           - Latent print development kit which includes black powder/magnetic powder, tape, and
                                             backing cards
                                           - Sufficient packaging and personal protection supplies to process a crime scene

                                           This program is certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board. It
                                           is not reimbursable by the ILETSB.

                                           This course will be taught by: Trooper Heather Hansen, Illinois State Police/District
                                           Chicago .



                                           This program is designed for recently assigned evidence technicians and will introduce
40 Hour Basic                              them to various evidence location, documentation, preservation, and collection techniques.
                                           Students will learn to perform basic evidence tasks through a combination of lecture and
Evidence Technician                        practical exercises.
Program (Du Page)                          Course topics include:
                                           - Crime scene management
INV091R                                    - Firearm and tool mark evidence
                                           - Evidence collection, preservation, packaging, and submission
April 7-11, 2008                           - Biohazard and cross contamination issues
                                           - Crime scene photography and videography
Du Page County Sheriff's                   - Documentation and recovery of impression evidence
Department,                                - Crime scene sketching
                                           - Latent print processing
Bldg. 501, Rm. 1019                        - Advances in evidence technology

08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       EACH STUDENT SHOULD BE FAMILIAR WITH HIS/HER DEPARTMENT'S 35 MM
                                           CAMERA AND SHOULD BRING THE FOLLOWING ITEMS TO CLASS:
                                           - 35mm camera
Member Tuition: None                       - Latent print development kit
                                           - Sufficient packaging and personal protection supplies to process a crime scene
Non-Member Tuition: $500.00
                                           This program is certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board. It is
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         not reimbursable by the ILETSB.

                                           This course will be taught by: Instructors with the Du Page County Sheriff’s Department.




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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This program is designed for recently-assigned evidence technicians or those officers who
40 Hour Basic                              desire an introduction to the tasks and responsibilities of an Evidence Technician. Students
                                           will be provided with the basic knowledge and skills needed to identify, process, collect,
Evidence Technician                        and preserve various types of evidence.
Program(Campbell)                          Course topics include:
                                           - Crime scene management and search methods
INV915R                                    - Officer safety at the crime scene
                                           - Evidence recognition, collection, preservation, and packaging
April 21-25, 2008                          - Crime scene photography and basic photographic concepts
                                           - Toolmark and firearms evidence
Lake Zurich Police Department              - Latent print development & AFIS technology
                                           - Footwear, tire track, and impression evidence
                                           - Evidence documentation
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - DNA and body fluid evidence
                                           - Trace evidence recognition and collection
Member Tuition: None
                                           EACH STUDENT SHOULD BE FAMILIAR WITH HIS/HER DEPARTMENT'S CRIME
Non-Member Tuition: $500.00                SCENE CAMERA AND SHOULD BRING THE FOLLOWING ITEMS TO CLASS:

                                           - Camera (either 35mm or digital) capable of using off-camera flash
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         - Camera manual and extra batteries
                                           - Flash unit and remote cord (to connect flash to camera)
                                           - 1 or 2 rolls of film or digital media
                                           - Tripod
                                           - Flashlight
                                           - Basic Evidence Kit (latent processing and DNA/blood collection)
                                           - Tripod
                                           - Film

                                           This program is certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board. It
                                           is not reimbursable by the ILETSB.

                                           This course will be taught by: Officer Scott Campbell, Milwaukee Police Department
                                           (Retired).

                                           This newly-revised program has been designed to provide recently assigned criminal
40 Hour Basic                              investigators with the basic skills needed to perform their duties. The course would also be
                                           of value to experienced patrol officers who have responsibility for conducting follow-up
Investigation Skills                       investigations of minor crimes.
Program                                    Students will review the role of a criminal investigator during the investigative process and
                                           learn practical and effective investigative techniques for personal and property crimes.
INV903R                                    Basic principles of effective crime scene management, interviews and interrogations, and
                                           technological investigative tools will be examined in detail.
March 3-7, 2008
                                           Additional topics include:
Streamwood Police Department               - Search and seizure guidelines
                                           - Substantive law review
                                           - Identification procedures
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Rules of evidence
                                           - Surveillance skills
Member Tuition: None                       - Developing information resources
                                           - Involvement in investigative task forces
Non-Member Tuition: $500.00
                                           This program has been certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board.
                                           It is approved for certificate only, not for reimbursement.
Limit: 2 per Dept.
                                           This course will be taught by: Detective Timothy Roberts and Deputy Chief Frank
                                           Giammarese,both with the Bloomingdale Police Department; Mr. Robert Hovey, Cook
                                           County State's Attorney; and Mr. Earl Grinbarg, Cook County State's Attorney (Retired).




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This five day course is designed to develop the investigative skills of those officers
40 Hour Basic                              assigned to drug cases. Students will receive in-depth training focusing on all facets of drug
                                           investigations. Collaborative efforts with other departments will also be discussed.
Narcotics Investigator
                                           Course topics will be presented in the following format:
INV904R                                    Day 1 - Introduction to drug identification and field testing
                                           Day 2 - The Controlled Substances Act and Cannabis Control Act, drug diversion
March 3-7, 2008                                     investigation, informant recruitment, and development
                                           Day 3 - Investigative techniques, undercover operations, and surveillance techniques
Hodgkins Police Department                 Day 4 - Process and chain of evidence, raid planning and physical search techniques,
                                                   practical application of lecture materials, and field problems critique
                                           Day 5 - Search and Seizure, examination
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
                                           This course has been certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board
Member Tuition: None                       for certificate only.
Non-Member Tuition: $500.00                This course will be taught by: Lieutenant Art Martinez, Cook County Sheriff's Police
                                           Department (Retired).
Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           This course will provide officers with the skills needed to understand and properly perform
40 Hour Basic Traffic                      basic accident investigation techniques and procedures. While this course is primarily
                                           intended for officers who handle routine accident investigations on a daily basis, it will also
Accident Investigators                     serve as an excellent introduction to advanced accident investigation techniques.
Course                                     Course topics will include:
                                           - Illinois traffic crash and reporting procedures
TRA901R                                    - Illinois Traffic Law relative to accidents
                                           - Skidmark/tiremark identification
March 10-14, 2008                          - Sketching and diagramming
                                           - Collecting and documenting physical evidence
Lake in the Hills Police                   - Traffic enforcement measures which reduce accidents
Department Safety Learning                 - Effective prosecutions and court presentations
                                           - Practical exercises
Center
                                           Participants must bring an inexpensive calculator with square oot capability, and a basic
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       drawing compass with them to class.

                                           This course has been certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board. It
Member Tuition: None                       is not reimbursable by the ILETSB.
Non-Member Tuition: $500.00                This course will be taught by: Watch Commander Randy Sater, Bloomingdale Police
                                           Department; Patrol Officer Glenn Erickson, Bolingbrook Police Department (Retired); and
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         Chief James Linane, Elburn Police Department.




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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This course is designed to address weight and dimension-related issues and enforcement on
40 Hour Basic Truck                        second division vehicles operating in Illinois. Commercial vehicles are responsible for a
                                           disproportionate amount of damage to Illinois roads. It is important for local jurisdictions to
Weight Enforcement                         take effective action to deter overweight and unsafe trucks from the public highways. This
                                           one-week program is designed to provide traffic and patrol officers with the skills and
(Truck Enforcement I)                      knowledge to enforce Illinois truck-related laws and regulations in their jurisdictions.

TRA902R                                    Among the topics to be discussed are:
                                           - Truck and tractor-trailer nomenclature
March 31 - April 4, 2008                   - Types of tractor-trailer combinations
                                           - Recognition of overweight, over-dimension vehicles on
Northbrook Police Department                 designated and non-designated roads
                                           - Illinois traffic law relative to second division vehicles
                                           - Illinois Dept. of Transportation policy on permit moves
May 19-23, 2008                            - The Commercial Drivers License
Olympia Fields Police                      - Practical exercises
Department
                                           This program has been certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board.
                                           It is approved for certificate only.
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
                                           This course will be taught by: Chief James Linane, Elburn Police Department; and Patrol
                                           Sgt. Ronald Brandenburg, Elburn Police Department.
Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $500.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           This course is primarily designed as a follow-up course to our 40 Hour Basic Truck Weight
40 Hour Commercial                         Enforcement (Truck Enforcement I) course and addresses safety-related issues and
                                           enforcement on second division vehicles operating in Illinois. Commercial vehicles are
Vehicle Safety                             involved in a disproportionate amount of serious and fatal accidents each year. Proper
                                           commercial vehicle inspections, as part of a truck enforcement officer's or accident
Inspection                                 investigator's normal procedure, will help reduce the number of potential accidents on the
                                           highway.
(Truck Enforcement II)
                                           Students will be certified as local law enforcement officers conducting inspections within
TRA908R                                    the scope of Illinois Traffic Law and not as MCS inspectors.

June 16-20, 2008                           Topics to be discussed include:
                                           - Truck and tractor-trailer nomenclature
Bloomingdale Police                        - Types of tractor-trailer combinations
Department                                 - Illinois safety tests
                                           - Brake systems and basic inspection
                                           - Wheels, rims, and tires
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Steering, suspension, and frames
                                           - Coupling devices
                                           - Log books
Member Tuition: None                       - Jack-knifing and off-tracking
Non-Member Tuition: $500.00                - Illinois traffic law relative to moving and equipment violations
                                           - Commercial vehicle inspection
                                           - Practical exercises
Limit: 2 per Dept.
                                           Students are required to have previously completed NEMRT's certified 40 Hour Truck
                                           Weight Enforcement or Truck Enforcement I course to enroll in this program.

                                           This course has been submitted to the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board
                                           for certification.

                                           This course will be taught by: Chief James Linane, Elburn Police Department; and Patrol
                                           Sgt. Ronald Brandenburg, Elburn Police Department, and Mr. Art Sanchez, Certified Truck
                                           Mechanic.
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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This 40 hour course is specifically designed for experienced, uniformed patrol personnel
40 Hour Field Training                     selected to serve as Field Training Officers for probationary employees. This course
                                           emphasizes the FTO's role in assisting probationers in certifying for solo patrol operations
Officer                                    by applying the knowledge and skills acquired during Basic Police Training/Certification
(Sokolove Model)                           and using them according to agency policies, procedures, and community service delivery
                                           standards.
TTT902R
                                           Instruction in this program highlights two essential Field Training and Evaluation Process
                                           skills: A) the ability to examine and objectively document the probationer's job behaviors
March 31 - April 4, 2008                   using standardized assessment guidelines and, B) the analysis of the probationer's training
Tinley Park Police Department              needs and use of proper instructional techniques for corrective action. Presentation will
                                           focus on discussion as well as hands-on application of the course materials in small group
                                           and individual/student exercises. Students will be required to complete out-of-classroom
June 2-6, 2008                             reading assignments from the course text and workbook "Breaking Routine: Field Training
Buffalo Grove Police                       Officer."
Department                                 Course content includes:

08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - What every FTO really needs to know about the operational structure of the Field
                                             Training & Evaluation Process
                                           - The Instructional Relay Race: Taking over where basic police training/certification left off
Member Tuition: $230.00                      inventorying the probationer's current knowledge and skill proficiencies
                                           - Selection and use of on-the-job instructional techniques: finding the right tools to meet the
Non-Member Tuition: $500.00                  challenge
                                           - Examining effective probationer assessment standards that produce outstanding law
Limit: 2 per Dept.                           enforcement officers
                                           - Utilization of standardized evaluation guidelines
                                           - Documenting probationer performance
                                           - Performance assessment: objectively measuring probationer competence
                                           - Documenting the extent of training and coaching
                                           - Managing deficient performance and the "Not Responding to Training" probationer
                                           - Use of the Probationer Officer Manual as the Field Training playbook
                                           - Preparing the Probationer for Community Oriented Policing: Dancing with SARA!

                                           Students must bring a pocket calculator to class to complete light math exercises in class.
                                           Students should be familiar with their Department's current Field Training and Evaluation
                                           process and are encouraged to bring a copy of their agency's manuals and forms to class.

                                           This course has been certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board. It
                                           is approved for certificate only, not reimbursement.

                                           ** Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
                                           the program in order to avoid being billed.

                                           This course will be taught by: Mr. Bruce Sokolove, Field Training Associates, Ypsilanti,
                                           Mich.




 18                                                                                          North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.
Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This state-certified program prepares selected officers to assume the critical role of Field
40 Hour Field Training                     Training Officer within their departments.
Officer Program                            Course topics include:
                                           - The police image
(San Jose Model)                           - Role and responsibility
                                           - Principles of learning and communication
TTT910R                                    - Methods of instruction
                                           - Stress management
March 17-21, 2008                          - Overriding the probationary officer's decisions
                                           - Sexual harassment/hostile working environment
Carpentersville Fire Station 3             - The evaluation process
                                           - Job status review and recommendation
                                           - Probationary officer training manuals
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
                                           Participants should bring 6 to 10 blank Daily Observation Reports to class with them for
Member Tuition: None                       use during practical exercises.
Non-Member Tuition: $500.00                This course has been certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards
                                           Board. It is not reimbursable by the ILETSB.
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         This course will be taught by: Officer Thomas Dworak, Wilmette Police Department.




                                           This certified program is designed to provide instruction to law enforcement personnel who
40 Hour Firearms                           will be involved in firearms training activities for their departments. This program
                                           concentrates on instructional techniques and is designed to develop students as prospective
Instructor                                 instructors, rather than improving their individual shooting abilities. Administrative aspects
                                           of defensible firearms programs are also stressed in this course. Students will be taught how
TTT500R                                    to maintain necessary records, safely manage firearms exercises, and develop realistic
                                           exercises to ensure their agency has a comprehensive firearms program.
March 31 - April 4, 2008
                                           The following items should be brought to this course:
Wheaton Police Department
                                           - Eye and ear protection
                                           - Handgun and holster
June 9-13, 2008                            - Cleaning kit
Berwyn Police Department                   - 300 rounds of ammunition (factory or reload)
                                           - Shotgun
                                           - Note-taking materials
01:00 PM to 09:00 PM
                                           Shotgun ammunition will be provided by NEMRT. Law enforcement agencies must
                                           carefully select those individuals to be utilized as firearms instructors. Only personnel who
Member Tuition: None                       are willing to exercise patience, good judgment, safety consciousness, instructional
Non-Member Tuition: $500.00                acumen, and a willingness to document and record the activities of individual
                                           shooters/students should be considered for the position of firearms instructor. Anything less
                                           minimizes the importance of the role of this individual in the overall training program of
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         the agency.

                                           This course has been certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board. It
                                           is approved for certificate only, not reimbursement.

                                           This course will be taught by: Chief Daniel McCollum, La Grange Park Police Department.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This state-certified 40 hour course introduces recently-promoted sergeants to fundamental
40 Hour First Line                         supervisory duties and expectations. Students will examine various supervisory issues
                                           through lecture, role-playing, and group problem-solving exercises. Course topics include:
Supervisory Skills
                                           - Supervisory styles and duties
Program                                    - Communication skills
                                           - Performance evaluation and counseling
MAN902R                                    - Liability issues
                                           - Complaints and grievances
April 28 - May 2, 2008                     - The training function
Lake in the Hills Police                   This course has been approved for certificate by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training
Department Safety Learning                 Standards Board. It is not approved for reimbursment by the ILETSB.
Center                                     This course will be taught by: Chief Daniel McCollum, La Grange Park Police Department;
                                           Deputy Chief Kent Williams and Commander Joseph Leonas, both with the Bartlett Police
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       Department.


Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $500.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           This state-certified course is specifically designed for patrol officers, investigators, and
40 Hour Gang                               juvenile officers who are responsible for investigating and suppressing gang-related
                                           activities. Students will examine the Gang Violence Cycle and discuss its impact upon local
Enforcement Skills                         communities. The program will focus primarily upon street gangs operating within the
                                           Chicago metropolitan area.
Program
                                           Topics to be discussed include:
PAT903R                                    - African-American gangs such as the Black Gangster Disciples and Vice Lords
                                           - Hispanic-American gangs such as the Latin Kings and 26ers
March 24-28, 2008                          - White ethnic gangs such as the Popes and Gaylords
                                           - Gang prevention strategies
Mundelein Police Department                - 4th and 6th Amendment issues
                                           - Gang-specific statutes
                                           - Technological advances in combatting gang activity
May 19-23, 2008                            - Developing interagency cooperation
Bolingbrook Police Department
                                           This course has been certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board. It
                                           is not approved for reimbursment.
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
                                           This course will be taught by: Officer Daniel Woods, Aurora Police Department; Detective
                                           Jeffrey Drabek, Bolingbrook Police Department; Deputy Chief Bruce Malkin, West
Member Tuition: None                       Chicago Police Department; and Mr. Michael Smith, Cook County State's Attorney.
Non-Member Tuition: $500.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




 20                                                                                         North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.
Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This course will assist experienced investigators and major case task force personnel in
40 Hour Homicide                           understanding the requirements of solid follow-up homicide investigations.
Investigations                             A police chief with substantial experience as a homicide investigator and commander of a
                                           major case task force will lead students through a very practical, process-oriented approach
INV911R                                    to solving homicide cases.

April 21-25, 2008                          Key steps and processes to be addressed include:
                                           - Statements, confessions and interviews
Northbrook Police Department               - Use of victim profiles
                                           - Crime scene protection issues
                                           - LEAD system maintenance and use
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Accessing records using grand jury subpoenas
                                           - Pitfalls and pinnacles: what an investigation can be
Member Tuition: None                       - Major case issues, task force dynamics, development and roles
                                           - Using the media
Non-Member Tuition: $500.00                - Supervision of investigations
                                           - Importance of proper evidence collection
                                           - Robbery and drug-, sexual-, and family-related cases
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         - Use of telephone and forensic records
                                           - Search and seizure issues

                                           Students will be provided with a checklist for all investigative procedures, sample
                                           investigation forms, reports, and work sheets.

                                           This course has been approved for certificate only by the Illinois Law Enforcement
                                           Training and Standards Board.

                                           This course will be taught by: Chief Charles Wernick, Northbrook Police Department.




                                           This course is a practical, hands-on program designed to familiarize law enforcement
40 Hour Instructor                         training instructors with current instructional techniques. It is designed for practitioners
                                           who have, or will have, training responsibilities in their agencies, or who wish to teach but
Development Course                         have not attended an instructional development course.

TTT900R                                    This course will help participants:
                                           - Assist adult learners in becoming actively involved in the
March 24-28, 2008                            classroom so that their learning goals are met
                                           - Understand the need for written lesson plans and how they can be effectively used to train
La Grange Park Police                         students
Department                                 - Communicate effectively in the classroom
                                           - Overcome stagefright
                                           - Present materials more effectively
April 21-25, 2008
Batavia Police Department                  Students will implement what they learn through classroom presentations and the
                                           preparation of a written lesson plan.

08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       This course has been certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board. It
                                           is approved for certificate only, not reimbursment.

Member Tuition: None                       This course will be taught by: Watch Commander Randy Sater and Watch Commander
Non-Member Tuition: $500.00                Bruce Beck, both with the Bloomingdale Police Department; and Captain Richard Reichart,
                                           Lansing Police Department (Retired).

Limit: 2 per Dept.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This Distance Learning CD-based training program has been designed by NEMRT, with
40 Hour Juvenile                           experts from the fields of juvenile law, social work, and law enforcement, to provide newly
                                           assigned or promoted juvenile officers with the skills, knowledge, and behaviors they will
Specialist Program CD                      need for success in that position. They will be familiar with and assume the legal, moral,
                                           and social roles that will assist your agency in its community-policing role.
Version -
                                           Juvenile officers have a unique role in both enforcing the laws but also in responding to
MANDATORY                                  family problems in a compassionate and effective manner. Their position requires them to
                                           act as both a protector of youth as well as society as a whole by both investigating criminal
REVIEW & TEST                              acts for findings of "delinquency and in supporting youths in growing out of adolescence",
                                           without experiencing the stigma of police involvement.
PAT904D
                                           Officers who take this CD-ROM course and pass the examination will be Illinois state-
March 18, 2008                             certified Juvenile Officers, just as if they had attended a traditional, classroom training
                                           course.
NEMRT, Inc. , N. Aurora
                                           You may register your officer for an examination date and time as you would for any
                                           NEMRT course. Registrations can be submitted via fax or made on-line at www.nemrt.com.
April 15, 2008                             Please note: The C.D. must be purchased prior to examinations being taken.
NEMRT, Inc. , N. Aurora
                                           This course will be taught by: Sergeant Brian Galske, Chicago Ridge Police Department.
May 20, 2008
NEMRT, Inc. , N. Aurora

08:00 AM to 11:00 AM

Member Tuition: $75.00
Non-Member Tuition: $75.00

Limit: Unlimited

                                           This 40 hour, state-certified program is designed for recently assigned juvenile officers and
40 Hour Juvenile                           provides them with the basic skills and knowledge required to fulfill their roles and
                                           responsibilites. In addition, officers will discuss current trends, issues, and challenges they
Specialist Skills                          will meet in the juvenile system. Daily topics include:
Program                                    Day 1
                                           - Role and responsibility of the Juvenile Officer
PAT904R                                    - Gaining perspectives on the assignment
                                           - Communicating with adolescents and parents
March 10-14, 2008                          - Adolescents and the media
                                           - Intervention and the five prevention strategies
Gurnee Police Department                   Days 2 & 3
                                           - Juvenile Court Act (Chapter 705)
                                           - General provisions
April 7-11, 2008                           - Abused, neglected, and dependent minors
Hodgkins Police Department                 - Minors requiring authoritative intervention
                                           - Delinquent minors
                                           Days 4 & 5
May 5-9, 2008                              - Psycho-dynamics of child abuse
Roselle Police Department                  - Role of law enforcement and social services
                                           - Protective custody
                                           - Investigative techniques
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Preparing child abuse cases for court
                                           - Sexual abuse and sexual exploitation investigations
                                           This course will be taught by: Commander Joseph Leonas, Bartlett Police Department;
Member Tuition: None                       Commander Joseph Kocek, Tinley Park Police Department (Retired); Mrs. Nancy
Non-Member Tuition: $500.00                Maruyama, SIDS Alliance of Illinois, and Sgt. Brian Galske, Chicago Ridge Police
                                           Department.

Limit: 2 per Dept.



 22                                                                                           North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.
Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This 40 hour program has been designed to offer training on both substantive and
40 Hour Law Review                         procedural law issues critical to the Illinois Police Officer.
for Illinois Peace                         Day 1:
                                           - Post-arrest obligations of officers
Officers                                   - Warrantless searches and seizures
                                           Day 2:
LEG900R                                    - Searches and seizures with warrants
                                           - Interviews and interrogations
March 17-21, 2008                          - Drug Asset Forfeiture
                                           - Identification procedures
Barrington - Inverness Police              Day 3:
Department                                 - Criminal law (including controlled substances/cannabis)
                                           - Juvenile Court Act and handling of juveniles
                                           Day 4:
08:00 AM to 05:00 PM                       - Illinois Vehicle Code
                                           Day 5:
                                           - Evidence law and collection
Member Tuition: $225.00
Non-Member Tuition: $500.00                Other topics will include the Common Law foundations of American criminal law (with
                                           focus on its historical development, its particular emphasis on freedom and the
                                           formalization of law to clarify and protect freedom); general characteristics of American
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         criminal law (with specific reference to Illinois criminal law), and American Federal
                                           criminal law and its relevance to the states (with particular reference to Illinois).

                                           Participants will need to bring a copy of Chapter 720, the Illinois Criminal Code, to class.

                                           ** Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
                                           the class in order to avoid being billed.

                                           This course will be taught by: Mr. Kevin Burke, Attorney at Law.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This state-certified, 40 hour program acquaints newly sworn or part-time officers with the
40 Hour Mandatory                          physical, legal, and moral hazards associated with the use of firearms. The course provides
                                           specific safety rules for handling firearms. Through supervised practical exercises, officers
Firearms Training                          will enhance their ability to use a firearm as a conditioned response.
Program                                    Successful completion of this course fulfills the requirements of 50 ILCS 710, "The Illinois
                                           Peace Officer Firearms Training Act".
PHY500R
                                           Students must pass written and practical exams with a minimum score of 70% to receive a
March 25,27,29.30,April 6, 7,              certificate of completion. In addition, each instructor must be completely satisfied with the
                                           abilities of the students to use their weapons in a safe manner.
2008
Des Plaines Police Department              When enrolling a full or part-time Officer in this program, please do the following:
Firearms Range                             1. Provide him/her with a copy of the Participant's Information Sheet
                                           2. Fax the following forms (found in the Registration Information section of this website) to
June 17,19,21,22,28,29, 2008               NEMRT's Registrar: Ms. Melinda Ray at (630) 896-4422:
                                                o Consent for Participation in 40 Hour Mandatory Firearms Training
Wheaton Police Department                       o A copy of the Officer's Form E. The original Form E must be on file in the offices of
                                                  the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board
                                                o An Indemnification Agreement signed by your Chief or appropriate local official
Classes meet from 6-10pm on the
first two sessions, and from 8am-          Agencies wishing to enroll Auxiliary Officers in this program are required to do the
4pm the other sessions                     following:

                                           1. Fax a copy of your local unit of government's Enabling Ordinance for auxiliary officers
Member Tuition: $175.00                    to the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board at (217) 524-5350 so that they
                                           may review and approve your Auxiliary Officers' eligibility to attend this training
Non-Member Tuition: $175.00                2. Provide your Officer with a copy of the Participant's Information Sheet
                                           3. Fax the following forms (found in the Registration Information section of our website) to
Limit: Unlimited                           NEMRT Registrar: Ms. Melinda Ray at (630) 896-4422:
                                                o Consent for Participation in 40 Hour Mandatory Firearms Training
                                                o A copy of the Officer's Form E. The original Form E must be on file in the offices of
                                                 the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board
                                                o An Indemnification Agreement signed by your Chief or appropriate local official

                                           All pre-registrations for this program must be accompanied by the forms listed above,
                                           especially the copy of your officer's Form E (as submitted to the Illinois Law Enforcement
                                           Training Standards Board). If NEMRT and the ILETSB do not receive these forms at least
                                           7 business days before class, your officer(s) will not be allowed to attend the program. This
                                           is the strict policy of the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board. No
                                           exceptions are permitted.

                                           PLEASE NOTE: Pre-registration for this program will close 7 business days prior to the
                                           start of class to ensure that all necessary paperwork has been received by NEMRT and the
                                           ILETSB.

                                           Courses meet from 6 - 10p.m. on the first two sessions, then from 8a.m. to 4p.m. on the
                                           remaining four sessions.

                                           This course has been certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board. It
                                           is not reimbursable by the ILETSB.

                                           ** Cancellations for this course must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
                                           the program in order to avoid being billed.
                                           This course will be taught by: Chief Daniel McCollum, La Grange Park Police Department.




 24                                                                                          North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.
Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This course will certify officers to teach the PPCT Defensive Tactics Basic course to other
40 Hour PPCT                               officers in their respective departments. This well-recognized national defensive tactics
                                           system for police is based on defensive tactic responses which take into account use of
Defensive Tactics                          force parameters set forth by Illinois law.
Instructor Course                          Throughout the course, officers will take part in hands-on training, practice techniques, and
                                           teach others while learning themselves.
TTT301R
                                           Topics to be addressed include:
May 19-23, 2008                            - Use of force model
                                           - Pressure point control
Tinley Park Police Department              - Joint manipulation and pressure
                                           - Handcuffing techniques from various positions
                                           - Responding to violent attacks
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
                                           Participants need to wear proper workout clothes and bring their handcuffs and leather with
Member Tuition: $35.00                     them to class.
Non-Member Tuition: $500.00                Officers will be recertified through the PPCT System of Instruction.

                                           ** Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
Limit: 1 per Dept.                         the class in order to avoid being billed.

                                           This course will be taught by: Sgt. Ed Kirkpatrick, Illinois Secretary of State Police.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This course was developed to assist experienced firearms instructors in training their
40 Hour Rifle/Carbine                      department's patrol specialists in the use of the rifle/carbine. Through proper training and
                                           selection of equipment, police departments can utilize the versatile police carbine/rifles to
Instructor                                 respond to immediate threats to life, which in the past required specialized units, such as
                                           SWAT.
PHY502R
                                           Disturbing national trends indicate that offenders are relying on more advanced weaponry
June 16-20, 2008                           and firepower, leaving first responders overmatched and our communities increasingly
                                           vulnerable to threats to life and property. By having officers trained in the use of more
Harvey Police Department                   accurate and powerful weaponry than standard police firearms, properly trained officers
                                           will have the skills, aptitudes, and training experience to respond to these violent calls.
*Class will meet at the Harvey             Many departments are acquiring rifle/carbines through commercial sources and the federal
P.D. June 16-18, and at the                government is providing military M-16A1 rifles to local departments without the requisite
Marseilles Natl. Guard Range               training for their use. Rifle/carbine training will cover the following: COLT AR-15.223
                                           caliber, COLT CAR-15.223 or 9mm, RUGER MINI-14.223, RUGER CARBINE.40 caliber
June 19-20.                                or 9mm, and HK MP 5.40 caliber or 9mm. Officers are to bring the weaponry that their
                                           departments currently use.
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       Topics for discussion include:
                                           - Mechanical evolution and rifle/carbine history
Member Tuition: $500.00                    - Disassembly, maintenance, and cleaning
                                           - Conversion to semi-automatic mode
Non-Member Tuition: $600.00                - Ballistics and ammo types
                                           - Range and ammo testing
                                           - Sight-in/trigger control techniques
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         - Range management and safety
                                           - Live fire and marksmanship

                                           Students are required to bring:
                                           1. Rifle or Carbine
                                           2. 2-20 round and 2-30 round magazines
                                           3. Magazine pouch(s)
                                           4. 1250 rounds of ammo. Factory ammo is either commerical or military configuration.
                                              Note: Any shooter with an AR 15 A1 original model rifle should only use ammo with a
                                              bullet grain weight of under 60 grains. Do not bring military ss 109 green tip 62 grain
                                              ammo for theearly model rifles. This ammo is for fast twist barrel rates of 1 to 7 inches.
                                           5. Cleaning equipment including rod, bore brush, chamber brush, tooth brush, patches,
                                              solvent and lubricant
                                           6. Lightweight mat or blanket for ground protection
                                           7. Sling
                                           8. Scope and mount optional
                                           9. Three one-gallon milk or water jugs filled with water
                                           10. Notebook and pen
                                           11. Comfortable clothing and boots, hat and sun block. Rain gear if necessary.
                                           12. Food and drink for breaks and lunches. Students should plan on eating at the range.
                                               Bring a cooler.
                                           13. Eye and ear protection are mandatory
                                           14. Students MUST wear shirts with tight fitting necks and baseball type caps with bills to
                                               prevent hot brass from entering their clothing or falling behind protective eyewear.
                                           15. Use of elbow and knee pads is recommended.

                                           ALL ATTENDEES MUST HAVE COMPLETED "POLICE URBAN RIFLE/CARBINE
                                           TACTICAL SHOOTING SKILLS" IN ORDER TO ENROLL IN THIS PROGRAM.
                                           ADDITIONALLY, EVERY OFFICER ATTENDING MUST RECEIVE A COPY OF THIS
                                           COURSE ANNOUNCEMENT TO ENSURE THAT HE OR SHE WILL BE PROPERLY
                                           EQUIPPED FOR CLASS.

                                           ** Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
                                           the program in order to avoid being billed.

                                           This course will be taught by: Chief Jeff Chudwin, Olympia Fields Police Department.




 26                                                                                           North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.
Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This five day course is designed to develop supervisory skills for drug investigation cases.
40 Hour Supervising                        Students will receive in-depth training necessary to supervise all facets of drug
                                           investigations. Working with other agencies will also be discussed.
Drug Unit Operations
                                           Course topics will be presented in the following format:
MAN904R
                                           Day 1- Current drug trafficking trends, choosing and supervising narcotics personnel,
April 21-25, 2008                                 multi-agency task forces
                                           Day 2- Techniques and operations of narcotic investigation, intelligence sources
Downers Grove Police                       Day 3- Raid planning and execution, liability issues
Department                                 Day 4- Supervising the handling of informants, state forfeiture laws
                                           Day 5- Equipment needed for undercover operations, counter surveillance equipment,
                                                  examination
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
                                           This course will be taught by: Lieutenant Art Martinez, Cook County Sheriff's Police
                                           Department (Retired).
Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $500.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           This training program is designed to meet the practical needs of uniformed patrol officers
Acting Patrol Officer                      who have supervisory responsibilities and will challenge them to evaluate their leadership
                                           styles. The management of numerous patrol challenges will be discussed in a highly
in Charge                                  interactive setting with the safe and proper response to situations being the main theme of
                                           this program. Patrol officers who serve as Officers-in-Charge, Field Training Officers, and
MAN001R                                    newly-appointed sergeants would all benefit from this program.

March 10-11, 2008                          This course will be taught by: Sergeant Brian Galske, Chicago Ridge Police Department.
Hodgkins Police Department

08:00 AM to 04:00 PM

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $200.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This is an advanced communications course for any officer who works with youths;
Adolescent Psychology                      juvenile officers, and school resource officers. Understanding the communication needs
                                           and motives of adolescents will be the primary goal of this course.
COM110R
                                           Transitions, pressures, and the emotional development of adolescents will be addressed, as
May 1, 2008                                will the following topics:
South Barrington Police                    - What is aberrant and what is abnormal behavior.
Department                                 - Competition, peer pressure, and high-risk behaviors.
                                           - Sexual relations, dating, and pregnancy issues.
                                           - Perceptions of the law, community, school, and parents.
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Causes of delinquency.
                                           - Communication recommendations.
                                           - Children vulnerable to the hazards and pressures of suicide, gangs, and substance abuse.
Member Tuition: $100.00                    - Chemical and hormonal influences on behaviors.
Non-Member Tuition: $200.00
                                           This course will be taught by: Dr. Tony Moriarty.

Limit: 2 per Dept.                         **Cancellations must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of this class in order
                                           to avoid being billed.




                                           The detection, arrest, and subsequent prosecution of D.U.I. offenders continues to be a
Advanced DUI                               complex process, so much so that law enforcement officers need additional training and
                                           guidance. This program will provide officers with the supplemental skills necessary to
Enforcement                                perform optimally in their DUI enforcement roles.

TRA504R                                    The 3 day National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Standardized Field
                                           Sobriety Testing course provides a helpful background for students attending this course,
March 3, 2008                              but is not a mandatory prerequisite.
Arlington Heights Police                   Topics to be addressed include:
Department                                 - Key legal decisions regarding Illinois laws
                                           - Articulating suspicion
                                           - Caretaker liabilities and functions
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Evidentiary concerns: breath, blood, urine
                                           - Non-standardized field sobriety tests
                                           - Implied consent provisions
Member Tuition: None                       - Common defenses challenges
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                - Process review

                                           This course will be taught by: Master Sgt. Tony LeBron, Illinois State Police/District 8.
Limit: 2 per Dept.




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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This 3-day course provides practicing evidence technicians with additional opportunities to
Advanced Evidence                          build upon their basic skills.
Technician                                 Officers need to have attended, at minimum, the 40 Hour NEMRT Basic Evidence
                                           Technician course prior to pre-registering for this course.
INV090R
                                           Topics to be addressed include:
March 17-19, 2008                          - Personal safety;
                                           - Practice in camera use, including digital use, close-up, and macrophotography;
Batavia Police Department                  - Death scene documentation;
                                           - Footwear exercises;
                                           - Tiremark evidence; and
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - A diagramming exercise.

Member Tuition: $300.00                    Multi-flash photographic and blood stain analysis exercises will also be conducted.
Non-Member Tuition: $400.00                Participants should bring a 35mm camera with tripod, the camera's instruction manual,
                                           removable flash unit, cord for flash, shutter release cable, 4 rolls of color film, macro lens,
                                           100 foot tape measure, and a flashlight to class. Since some exercises will take place
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         outside, participants should dress appropraitely for the weather.

                                           This course has been certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board. It
                                           is not approved for reimbursment.

                                           **Cancellations must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of this program in
                                           order to avoid being billed.

                                           This course will be taught by: Patrol Officer Michael Kirby, Wheeling Police Department;
                                           Mrs. Nancy Maruyama, SIDS Alliance of Illinois.



                                           This course will begin with a review of basic rifle operation and safety functions. Students will
AR-15 / M-16 Armorer                       then learn to identify, disassemble / reassemble the working parts of the AR-15 / M-16 systems.
                                           Inspection and review will include the upper and lower receiver assemblies. Discussion will
School                                     include semiautomatic vs. automatic parts and function, and variation types of stocks,
                                           magazines, slings, and optics.
PHY527R
                                           The course will conclude with a final mechanical test involving a complete strip/reassembly of
                                           the weapon. Students must bring one pair of clear plastic safety glasses for classroom safety, a
March 10-11, 2008                          billed-type baseball cap, and the weapon(s) they will work on during the class.
Olympia Fields Police
                                           Course topics to be covered:
Department                                 - Operational Basics and Safety Functions
                                           - Upper and Lower Receivers
                                           - Barrels, Handguards, and Front/Rear Sights
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM                         - Flash Suppressors and Muzzel Breaks
                                           - Bolt, Bolt Carrier, Chamber Issues
                                           - Buffers and Recoil Springs
Member Tuition: $400.00                    - Triggers, Hammers, Disconnectors / Springs
Non-Member Tuition: $500.00                - Bolt Catch and Magazine Release
                                           - Stocks, Magazines, Slings, and Optics
                                           - Range Malfunctions and Corrections
Limit: 2 per Dept.
                                           STUDENTS MUST BRING:
                                           - AR-15 or M-16 Rifle with a sling
                                           - Clear plastic safety glasses (wraparound)
   New Course!                             - Cleaning kit (oil, patches, cleaning rod)
                                           - billed baseball cap
                                           - ear protection

                                           SAFETY PROCEDURES
                                           - EYE PROTECTION IN THE CLASSROOM IS MANDATORY
                                           - ALL WEAPONS MUST BE UNLOADED & TRANSPORTED IN A CASE
                                           - ALL WEAPONS REMAIN IN THEIR CASE UNTIL CHECKED BY INSTRUCTORS!!

                                           Instructors for this class will be: Chief Jeff Chudwin, Olympia Fields Police Department, Patrick
                                           Sweeney, gunsmith and author, Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Ned Christiansen, gunsmith and
                                           competitive shooter from Three Rivers, Michigan.

                                           **Cancellations must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of this program in order
                                           to avoid being billed.**

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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           Few areas of criminal law change more rapidly than the laws of arrest, search, and seizure.
Arrest, Search, &                          As a result, officers must be aware of current concepts and principles used by the courts to
                                           judge their arrest, search, and seizure techniques. This three-day seminar analyzes recent
Seizure Update for                         trends within United States and Illinois Supreme Court decisions, local case law, and
                                           relevant Illinois statutes.
Sergeants and
                                           Course topics include:
Lieutenants                                - The 4th Amendment
                                           - Probable cause
LEG011R                                    - Reasonable suspicion
                                           - Stop and frisk
April 8-10, 2008                           - Consent searches and vehicle searches
                                           - Arrests and arrest warrants
Downers Grove Police                       - Detention as it relates to arrest
Department                                 - The exclusionary rule
                                           - The "Fruits of the Poisonous Tree" doctrine

May 20-22, 2008                            This course is designed to elicit officers' comments and questions and will encourage
South Barrington Police                    discussions regarding their daily experiences.
Department                                 This course will be taught by: Mr. Dale Anderson, Attorney at Law.

                                           **Cancellations for this class must be recieved by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of the
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       program in order to avoid being billed.

Member Tuition: $50.00
Non-Member Tuition: $150.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           This two day arson investigation course will address the need for police officers to
Arson Investigation:                       understand that key evidence can be found at arson scenes and what steps are necessary to
                                           identify, collect, preserve, and submit evidence to the crime lab.
Basic Crime Scene
                                           Topics to be addressed include:
Skills                                     - Motives and methods associated with arson
                                           - Considerations of first response and preliminary investigations
INV800R                                    - Accelerants and basics of fire chemistry
                                           - Heat transfer and convection, radiation, and direct flame
April 7-8, 2008                            - Phases of burning
                                           - Fire conditions: flashover, backdraft
Palatine Police Department                 - Indicators of origin and/or cause
                                           - Suspect patterns and profiles
                                           - Support agencies and services
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
                                           This course will be taught by: Detective Ross Horne, Chicago Police Department Bomb
Member Tuition: None                       and Arson Unit.
Non-Member Tuition: $200.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This end-user practical is for patrol division officers who wish to utilize the ballistic shield
Ballistic Shield Use for                   for immediate field applications. Many departments have recently purchased light hand-
                                           held shields to augment their patrol functions.
Patrol
                                           These tactical shields can provide reasonable protection from handgun rounds if properly
PAT345R                                    used and can be deployed as a valuable tool for the following:

April 11, 2008                             - Rapid deployment
                                           - Officer/Citizen rescue
Du Page County Airport,                    - Felony vehicle stops
West Chicago                               - Building clearing calls

                                           Any officer will benefit from the tactics instructed during this course.
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
                                           Participants should bring ballistic shields with them if they have them.
Member Tuition: None                       Simunition rounds will be utilized during the course, so participants are to wear body
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                armor, and dress accordingly (long sleeve shirts, gloves, etc.) Eye protection and full face
                                           head gear should be brought if available.

Limit: 2 per Dept.                         Instructors for this course will be: Sgt. Bernie Hogancamp and Officer Pat Siemsen both of
                                           Homewood Police Department.


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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This 8 hour course is designed to instruct background investigators in obtaining
Basic Background                           information on their applicants while also staying within the parameters of various pre-
                                           hiring and hiring laws. Background investigations affect the future of departments in many
Investigation                              ways, thus selection practices are vital to ensuring that future officers and supervisors are
                                           suited for the variety of duties expected from the populations they serve. Participants will
MAN809R                                    be provided with boilerplate applications and forms that have been legally screened for
                                           their appropriateness regarding this subject matter.
March 5, 2008
                                           This course will be taught by: Commander Joseph Kocek, Tinley Park Police Department
Berwyn Police Department                   (Retired).

08:00 AM to 04:00 PM

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           Clandestine methamphetamine laboratories are commonplace in some jurisdictions
Basic Clandestine                          throughout the United States. including Illinois. Although statistics concerning
                                           methamphetamine laboratory seizures in Illinois have been declining since 2004, over eight
Meth Lab Awareness                         hundred labs were seized in 2006. Therefore, it is imperative that law enforcement officers
                                           be knowledgable of hazards and current trends pertaining to this dangerous drug and its
PAT412R                                    production.

May 2, 2008                                Meth labs have been found in vehicles, homes, garages, sheds, hotels, and fields in rural
                                           and suburban areas. At times, children are also endangered when present in these dangerous
Montgomery Police Department               environments. The extremely hazardous items used to manufacture the stimulant are
                                           inexpensive and can be easily found in stores or stolen from other industries.
May 23, 2008                               This course will provide officers with basic awareness training to allow for a safe response
Crystal Lake Police Department             to and investigation of clandestine methamphetamine laboratories. Topics to be discussed
                                           include:
08:00 AM to 12:00 PM                       - Hazards of chemicals used in manufacturing methamphetamine
                                           - Two common ways to manufacture meth
                                           - Proper safety guidelines
Member Tuition: None                       - Drug Endangered Children Protocol
Non-Member Tuition: $50.00                 - Methamphetamine Control and Community Protection Act

                                           This course will be taught by: Special Agent Jamal Simington, Illinois State Police/District
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         21.




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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           Computers and the internet play a significant role in society's day-to-day activities. As such,
Basic Computer Crime                       they have also become a new area for criminal activity, including computer fraud, identity
                                           theft, and sexually-oriented offenses.
Investigation for First
                                           This 16 hour, two day program has been designed for Officers and Investigators and will
Responders                                 develop their computer skills and the requisite knowledge that will facilitate law
                                           enforcement agencies in the investigation of internet crimes. Students will gain hands-on
INV048R                                    experience though the use of SLEA's Mobile Computer Lab.

May 15-16, 2008                            Topics to be addressed in this program include:
Suburban Law Enforcement                   - E-mail and IP tracing
Academy - C.O.D.,                          - Locating and capturing electronic evidence and/or hidden digitized evidence
                                           - Internet service providers and the use of chat rooms
Bldg. K, Rm. 141                           - Search warrants and subpoenas
                                           - Computer crime scene processing
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Packing and storing media and computer components
                                           - Internet information databases
                                           - Sex crimes investigations
Member Tuition: $300.00
                                           It should be noted that students do not have to be computer experts or have a great deal of
Non-Member Tuition: $400.00                experience in this area in order to attend this course.

Limit: 2 per Dept.                         **Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
                                           the class in order to avoid being billed.

                                           This course will be taught by: Instructors with the Suburban Law Enforcement Academy.




                                           This course is designed for officers with little DUI enforcement experience. It will provide
Basic DUI                                  students with a thorough orientation to the DUI process by addressing critical aspects of
                                           their initial observations, sobriety testing, arrest protocol, report writing, and court
Enforcement                                testimony. Common areas of confusion and error will be discussed.

TRA502R                                    Course topics include:
                                           - The body's response to alcohol
May 13, 2008                               - Illinois law for DUI
                                           - Establishing probable cause using visual clues
Streamwood Police Department               - Making vehicle stops
                                           - Field observations and interviews
                                           - Arrest and transportation standards
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Writing DUI reports
                                           - Accident scene considerations
Member Tuition: None                       - Drawing blood and urine
                                           - Private property
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00
                                           This course will be taught by: Officer Robert White, Carol Stream Police Department.
Limit: 2 per Dept.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           The Public Information Officer (PIO) in some police departments is not the only person
Basic Media Relations                      who speaks to the media. This one-day course will assist any department staff members
                                           who are allowed to make statements, write press releases, and/or release information to the
COM035R                                    media.

May 14, 2008                               Practical demonstrations, legal discussions, and understanding how relationships with the
                                           media can be a two-way street for mutual benefit will be discussed.
Oak Lawn Police Department
                                           Course topics to be addressed include the following:
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Press releases / statements
                                           - Limiting access to information
Member Tuition: None                       - Working relationships that benefit the community
                                           - Understanding the news perspective
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                - Scheduling information to be released
                                           - Public education campaigns
                                           - What makes departments newsworthy
Limit: 2 per Dept.
                                           This course will be taught by: Mr. Dave Kazak, Media Answers, Inc..




                                           This two-day, hands-on seminar is an introduction to the application of photography in law
Basic Police                               enforcement functions and is designed to enhance the skills of participants through a
                                           combination of lecture and hands-on learning opportunities.
Photography
                                           This course will cover the following topics:
INV500R
                                           - Basic theories and principles
April 22-23, 2008                          - 35mm camera operation (manual application)
                                           - Crime scene documentation
Northeastern University Police             - Flash photography
Department                                 - Introduction to digital imaging and transition

                                           Participants should bring a camera and instruction book to the course. THE TYPE OF
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       CAMERA THE STUDENT IS BRINGING TO CLASS SHOULD BE CLEARLY LISTED
                                           ON THE PRE-REGISTRATION FORM.
Member Tuition: $35.00                     **Cancellations must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of class in order to
Non-Member Tuition: $235.00                avoid being billed.

                                           This course will be taught by: Detective Jonathan Pugsley, and Detective Kevin Farley,
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         both with the Du Page County Sheriff's Department.




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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This practical course will familiarize presenters and instructors with the fundamentals of
Basic PowerPoint                           PowerPoint usage appropriate for application in educational environments, community
                                           presentations and court.
Presentation Practical
                                           This hands-on course requires very basic computer knowledge.
TTT150R
                                           Students will learn how to:
May 22, 2008                               - Generate graphs, charts, and tables.
                                           - Use photos and videos, and
Judson University - Lindner                - Incorporate special effects.
Towers
                                           This course will be taught by: Detective Bernard Hogancamp, Homewood Police
                                           Department.
June 27, 2008
Northwestern Business College              **Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
                                           theh course in order to avoid being billed.

08:00 AM to 04:00 PM

Member Tuition: $75.00
Non-Member Tuition: $175.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           This course of instruction will benefit police record section employees, clerks and
Basic Records Practices                    supervisors alike, by familiarizing them with the day to day operations, policies, and
COM402R                                    procedures utilized by records sections at professional police agencies.

                                           Emphasis will be placed on adopting responsive and friendly customer service practices.
April 10, 2008
La Grange Park Police                      Topics to be addressed include:
Department                                 - Responding to requests for information
                                           - Understanding internal processes
May 8, 2008                                - Police reports, mail and court documents
                                           - Retention of records issues
Northbrook Police Department               - Information releases such as FOIA and HIPAA
                                           - Record expungements
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       This course will be taught by: Ms. Debbie Speciale, Bartlett Police Department, an
                                           experienced Records Supervisor and active member of LERMI (Law Enforcement Records
Member Tuition: None                       Supervisors and Managers of Illinois).

Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This course is designed to assist officers encountering shooting skill difficulties. In a low-
Basic Shooting Skills:                     stress environment and at a slower pace than is normally available, the most basic
                                           components of shooting skills will be explained in detail, practiced in dry fire simulations,
Problem Solving                            and finally tested in live fire range activities.
Practical                                  Officers will progress through basic marksmanship drills to survival shooting skills.
                                           Attention will be given to issues including developing greater hand and wrist strength,
PHY514R                                    choice of handgun, grip design and size, action type, caliber, sights, ammunition capacity,
                                           and holster, belt, and magazine pouch composition and design.
March 28, 2008
                                           Students must bring the following items to class:
Flossmoor Police Department                - 300 rounds of quality ammunition
                                           - Duty handgun
                                           - Duty leather/nylon, including holster, gun belt, magazine pouch/speedloader pouch
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Protective eye wear
                                           - Hearing protection
Member Tuition: $75.00
                                           Students MUST wear shirts with tight-fitting necks and baseball-type caps with bills to
Non-Member Tuition: $150.00                prevent hot brass from entering their clothing or falling behind protective eyewear.

                                           Students should pack a lunch as this class is taught in shifts during meal periods.
Limit: 2 per Dept.
                                           **Cancellations must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of class in order to
                                           avoid being billed.

                                           This course will be taught by: Chief Jeff Chudwin, Olympia Fields Police Department.




                                           This one day practical course is for defensive tactics instructors, experienced officers and
Basic Weapons                              new officers wanting practice in weapons retention. Close-up defensive tactics will be
                                           practiced and ways to retain your weapons when in holstered and drawn positions will be
Retention                                  explored. Close-up defensive techniques for situations in which offenders are pointing
                                           weapons will also also practiced.
PHY512R
                                           Topics to be addressed include:
March 4, 2008
                                           - Exploring common misconceptions for effective responses
Bloomingdale Police                        - Use of force consideration
Department                                 - Position and stance practice
                                           - The evaluation and practice of the Terry Campbell, James Lindell, and Pro-systems
                                             retention methods.
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
                                           **Participants must bring workout clothes, duty belts, and holsters. Red training guns
                                           provided by NEMRT will also be utilized in class.
Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                This course will be taught by: Dr. Joseph Truncale, Pro-Sytems, Inc.


Limit: 2 per Dept.




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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           Officers must have sucessfully completed the 32 Hour Police Cyclist course in order to be
Bicycle Officer                            eligible to attend this class, which is geared toward officers who have a working knowledge
                                           of bike patrol, whether they ride a bike everyday or a few times a year. The course is
Refresher                                  designed to enhance their bike handling skills by providing advanced techniques in suspect
                                           contact and apprehension, obstacle clearing, and off-road riding.
PAT044R
                                           The majority of the class will be conducted on the bikes. Officers will need to bring a
May 12, 2008                               mountain bike with a pedal retention system, helmet, gloves, and eye wear.
Naperville Police Department               Course topics include:
                                           - Advanced bike handling skill drills
                                           - Suspect contact and apprehension
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Obstacle clearing
                                           - Off-road handling skills
Member Tuition: None                       - Setting up In-Service training
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                IMPORTANT NOTE: Student bikes MUST meet IPMBA standards for appropriate frame
                                           height and size, i.e. there should be 1.5 to 3 inches of clearance between the rider and the
                                           top tube of the bike when the rider is astride it in a flat-footed stance.
Limit: 1 per Dept.
                                           **Students are required to wear department uniforms and duty gear for this course.

                                           This course will be taught by: Patrol Officer Craig Wainman, Freeport Police Department.




                                           This four hour class will familiarize any patrol officer with how to enforce bicycle specific
Bicycling Enforcement                      laws and investigate bicycle crashes. The purpose of this course is to assist departments in
                                           making roads safer by identifying causes and improving enforcement practices throughout
for Safer Roads                            the region.

PAT065R                                    Best law enforcement practices for educating communities about motorist-bicyclist safety
                                           and for enforcement of bicycling laws will be presented, including:
April 16, 2008
                                           - State laws pertaining to bicyle enforcement
Elmhurst Police Department                 - Driving behaviors that pose dangers to bicyclists
                                           - Common bicycle actions that endanger themselves and others
                                           - The importance of having a good investigation
April 22, 2008                             - Reporting responsibilities and determining causal factors
St. Charles Police Department              - Educational approaches during traffic stops

                                           While certain elements of this training may have some youthful educational applications,
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM                        the primary focus of this seminar is on enforcement and patrol level road safety
                                           applications.
Member Tuition: None                       Educational videotapes will be utilized to demonstrate violations and enforcement tactics
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                provided through a traffic safety grant from the Illinois Department of Transportation.

                                           This course will be taught by Outreach Director Dean Schott, League of Illinois Bicyclists.
Limit: 2 per Dept.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This course prepares law enforcement officers for certification and licensing as Illinois
Breath Alcohol Testing                     Breath Test Operators. Instruction for this course includes:
(ISP)                                      - Detailed discussions on drinking driver enforcement
                                           - Pharmacological effects of alcohol
TRA905R                                    - Legal matters relating to drinking driver enforcement (including implied consent and case
                                             presentation for court)
April 21-24, 2008                          - Operation and function of breath testing equipment approved for use in Illinois
                                           - Laboratory training in the use of breath alcohol testing equipment
Hoffman Estates Police
Department                                 This course will be taught by Instructors from the Illinois State Police. Students who
                                           successfully complete the course and pass the exam will be state certified Breath Alcohol
                                           Operators (BAO).
May 5-8, 2008
Warrenville Fire Station                   This course has been certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board. It
                                           is not approved for reimbursment.
Classes meet from 1-5pm on the             This program has been submitted for funding by the Illinois Department of Transportation
first day, and from 8am-5pm the            through the Police Traffic Services Training Project. If approved, tuition for this program
                                           will be waived. NEMRT reserves the right to structure the class in accordance with IDOT
remaining days                             grant conditions.

Member Tuition: $60.00                     **Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
Non-Member Tuition: $60.00                 the class in order to avoid being billed.

                                           This course will be taught by: Instructors with the Illinois State Police.
Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           Officers completing this program will be certified as Illinois Breath Test Operators by the
Breath Analysis For                        Illinois Department of Public Health. The curriculum is designed by the Illinois Department
                                           of Public Health and approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board.
Alcohol Training
                                           Each student will complete a prescribed course of study and perform a series of breath
TRA903R                                    analyses prior to completing a written examination and achieving licensing by the State of
                                           Illinois.
March 10-13, 2008
                                           This program will cover the following topics:
Lisle Police Department                    - Detecting the drinking driver
                                           - Illinois Administrative Rules for Breath Alcohol Testing
                                           - Theory of Infrared and Fuel Cell (EC/IR) Units
April 14-17, 2008                          - The Revised Alcohol Influence Report form
Mundelein Police Department                - Physiology and pharmacology of alcohol
                                           - Case law in Illinois affecting DUI enforcement
                                           - An examination for certification conducted by the State of Illinois
May 20-23, 2008
Burbank Police Department                  This course has been certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board. It
                                           is not approved for reimbursment.

08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       This program has been submitted for funding by the Illinois Department of Transportation
                                           through the Police Traffic Services Training Project. If approved, tuition for this program
                                           will be waived. NEMRT reserves the right to structure the class in accordance with IDOT
Member Tuition: $225.00                    grant conditions.
Non-Member Tuition: $400.00
                                           ** Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
                                           the class in order to avoid being billed.
Limit: 1 per Dept.
                                           This course will be taught by: Sgt. Ed Kirkpatrick, Illinois Secretary of State Police(March
                                           and April classes); and Sgt. Bob Boone, Illinois State Police (May class).




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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This 16 hour hands-on program is designed for law enforcement personnel, coroners, or
Bullet Trajectory                          medical examiners who have responsibility for crime scene investigation, evidence
                                           identification, collection, and preservervation. This curriculum is loaded with live-fire
Reconstruction                             exercises and focuses on shooting situations most commonly encountered by law
                                           enforcement. Students will learn about the theory and mathematics of bullet trajectory
INV900R                                    while conducting mock crime scene practicals.

April 28-29, 2008                          This program's structure is based upon guidelines established by the International
                                           Association for Identification (IAI) and will qualify students to obtain certification as an
Suburban Law Enforcement                   IAI Crime Scene Investigator (CSI). This program is also the necessary foundation for
Academy - C.O.D.                           SLEA's advanced Crime Scene Technician/Investigator courses.

                                           Topics to be addressed in the program include:
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
                                           - Management of a shooting scene from the perspective of an Evidence Technician
                                           - Documentation of a shooting crime - indoors and outside
Member Tuition: $400.00                    - Photography of a shooting scene
Non-Member Tuition: $500.00                - Diagramming of shooting scenes utilizing dowelling, string, and/or lasers
                                           - Identification of radial and concentric fractures on glass
                                           - Making general objective statements concerning estimated angles of impact showing the
Limit: 2 per Dept.                            direction of force

                                           PLEASE NOTE: Students attending this program should have a fundamental understanding
                                           of the operations and functions of their agencys' digital or 35mm cameras.
   New Course!                             Students must bring the following items to class:

                                           - Department camera
                                           - Tripod
                                           - Independent flash
                                           - Scientific calculator
                                           - Evidence kit
                                           - Foul weather gear and Evidence Technician clothing

                                           **Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
                                           class in order to avoid being billed.

                                           This course will be taught by: Instructors with the Suburban Law Enforcement Academy.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           Burnout is an inevitable condition experienced in public safety careers due to a variety of
Busting Burnout:                           professional and personal life stressors. It can happen to anyone, in any position, at any
                                           point in one's career. This one day, 8 hour interactive program examines issues assoicated
Taming the Flames of                       with the causes of burnout and offers students methods for dealith with and channeling
                                           stress effectively. Through attendance at this program, students will become more adept at
Public Safety Burnout                      countering eroding attitudes and ignite their performance, thus promoting organizational
                                           success.
PAT511R
                                           Topics to be covered in class include:
March 13, 2008
                                           - Destruction of motivation
Suburban Law Enforcement                   - Fighting career transition decisions
Academy - C.O.D.                           - Effects of vicarious trauma and critical incident stress
                                           - Cultural differences among public safety personnel
                                           - Uniqueness of public safety personalities
May 8, 2008                                - Promotion of individual and organizational success
Suburban Law Enforcement                   - Development of plans that lead to career and personal fulfillment
Academy - C.O.D.                           **Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
                                           class in order to avoid being billed.
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM                         This course will be taught by: Instructors with the Suburban Law Enforcement Academy.

Member Tuition: $150.00
Non-Member Tuition: $250.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.


      New Course!
                                           This 2 day program, formerly entitled "Problem Solving & Counseling Canine Teams:
Canine Course #3:                          Certification," has been designed to test and certify any law enforcement canine team in
                                           accordance with the testing procedure used in the NEMRT/TOPS 8 Week Basic Canine
Certification                              Officer course. Teams that have received training from programs other than the
                                           NEMRT/TOPS "8 Week Basic Canine Officer" course are also welcome to participate.
PAT052R
                                           The focus of this course will be to verify the effectiveness of working canine handlers and
March 8-9, 2008                            their dogs and to support them in their ongoing efforts to keep the teams at the highest level
                                           of performance through ongoing practical verification. It also provides a problem-solving
Tops Dog Kennels                           period during which difficulties canine teams may encounter will be identified and
                                           resolved.
March 29-30, 2008                          Canine teams will be expected to pass a series of practical exercises currently used in the 8
Tops Dog Kennels                           week course, including:
                                           - Obedience proficiency examination
                                           - Obstacles proficiency examination
09:00 AM to 05:00 PM                       - Tracking proficiency examination
                                           - Building search proficiency examination
                                           - Narcotics proficiency examination
Member Tuition: $200.00                    - Handler protection/aggression control proficiency examination
Non-Member Tuition: $300.00                - Article search proficiency examination

                                           Canine teams successfully completing this series of exercises will receive certification valid
Limit: 1 per Dept.                         for 2 years from the date of testing. Due to the condensed nature of the course, no class
                                           time may be missed. This program has been certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement
                                           Training and Standards Board. The actual length of the course may be extended to adapt to
                                           the varying needs of the handlers and canines enrolled in each recertification class.

                                           This course has been certified by the ILETSB.

                                           ** Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
                                           the class in order to avoid being billed.

                                           This course will be taught by: Instructors with Tops Dog Kennels.
 40                                                                                          North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.
Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This three day program, formerly entitled "Problem Solving/Tracking & Article Recovery
Canine Course #5:                          for Canine Teams," is designed to increase a canine's ability to track on all surfaces and in
                                           varied environments. Incorporated into this tracking will be the identification and recovery
Tracking & Article                         of articles related to individual tracks. Also incorporated will be scent discrimination from
                                           light to extremely heavy.
Recovery
                                           NOTE: Participants must have experience beyond beginning or refresher tracking - this is
PAT128R                                    not a basic program.

June 25-27, 2008                           This course is open to currently sworn law enforcement canine teams who have completed
                                           a basic canine course and who are certified in tracking.
Tops Dog Kennels
                                           ** Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
                                           the class in order to avoid being billed.
Class meets from 10am-6pm the              This course will be taught by: Instructors with Tops Dog Kennels.
first two days, and from 12-8pm
the third day.

Member Tuition: $375.00
Non-Member Tuition: $475.00

Limit: 1 per Dept.




                                           The Suburban Law Enforcement Academy is pleased to offer this practically-oriented 24
Cell Phone and                             hour program in collaboration with the High Tech Crime Institute (H.T.C.I.). This course
                                           has been designed to provide investigators with the tools and training necessary to properly
Portable Storage                           seize cell phones and portable storage media and investigate the information contained
                                           within.
Forensic Investigation
                                           Course topics include:
INV109R
                                           - Overview of major cellular networks
April 22-24, 2008                          - Introduction to mobile carriers
                                           - SIM card design and functionality
Suburban Law Enforcement                   - SIM card recovery
Academy - C.O.D.,                          - SMS overview
                                           - Cell body storage
Bldg. K, Rm. 127                           - Cell phone seizures and procedures
                                           - PDA seizure and storage card retrieval
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM                         - Faraday technologies
                                           - Web browsing with cell phones
                                           - Practical exercises using forensic software/hardware
Member Tuition: $825.00
                                           Students attending this program will receive the following resource materials:
Non-Member Tuition: $925.00
                                           - Course workbook and manual
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         - Student Resource Disk
                                           - First Responder Quick Guide
                                           - Crime Scene Investigator Manual
                                           - Investigator Tool Student Resource CD
   New Course!                             - Tracking Website
                                           - Student Website

                                           **Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
                                           class in order to avoid billing charges being assessed.

                                           This course will be taught by: Instructors with the Suburban Law Enforcement Academy.

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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This course is designed to provide all peace officers (regardless of their primary
Chapter 705, Act 405:                      assignments) with a thorough update of the recently modified Chapter 705, Act 405, the
                                           Illinois Family Court Act, and Illinois Detention Law: PA-85-1443.
Juvenile Court Act
                                           Topics to be discussed include:
LEG400R                                    - Juvenile rights
                                           - Revisions to Chapter 705, Act 405
April 22, 2008                             - Police responsibilities
                                           - Revisions to the Illinois Detention Law
Naperville Police Department
                                           This course will be taught by: Sergeant Brian Galske, Chicago Ridge Police Department.
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           This program is designed for all peace officers needing basic or refresher training in
Chapter 720: Illinois                      procedural and substantive law. This seminar will emphasize those legal areas that most
                                           directly apply to discretionary and enforcement judgments made by officers in the field.
Criminal Code Review                       Actual case examples will be reviewed, illustrating how these laws are applied and
                                           interpreted.
LEG720R
                                           Specific topics will include:
April 11, 2008                             - Laws of arrest
                                           - Search warrants
Bolingbrook Police Department              - Principles of criminal liability
                                           - Inchoate offenses
                                           - Crimes against persons
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Crimes against property
                                           - Miscellaneous offenses
Member Tuition: None
                                           This course will be taught by: Mr. Robert Hovey, Cook County State's Attorney.
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




 42                                                                                         North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.
Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This seminar will provide the skills an officer needs to initially respond to the many forms
Child Abuse                                of child abuse. Five major areas of child abuse (physical, sexual, emotional, neglect, and
                                           sexual exploitation) will be examined by an experienced juvenile officer.
Awareness For Patrol
                                           This seminar encourages student participation and emphasizes current investigative
Officers                                   fundamentals and practices. Topics discussed will include:
PAT602R                                    - Psychodynamics of child abuse
                                           - Neglect abuse injuries
                                           - Identification and reconstruction of physical abuse injuries
April 14, 2008                             - The role of D.C.F.S.
Arlington Heights Police                   - The role of children's centers and police investigators
Department                                 - Medical examination and laboratory tests
                                           - Documentation, photographs, interviewing forms
                                           This course will be taught by: Patrol Officer Michael Kirby, Wheeling Police Department;
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       Mrs. Nancy Maruyama SIDS Alliance of Illinois, SIDS Alliance of Illinois.


Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.

                                           This intensive 2 day program will enhance an officer's ability to survive utilizing simple but
Close Quarter                              effective close quarter shooting and defensive tactics. Geared for both the first line officer, and
                                           undercover officer, core skill development will lay the foundation for more advanced tactics
Handgun Skills                             as students progress.

PHY034R                                    Throughout the course, high stress marksmanship and weapons handling will be developed,
                                           where officers will learn to move, communicate, and shoot where and when required.
                                           Justifiable force options will be discussed on the range by an experienced use of force
March 17-18, 2008                          attorney.
Harvey Police Department
                                           Topics to be addressed will include the following:
                                           - Range safety and developing a survival mindset.
April 14-15, 2008                          - Introduction to the "Spear and Shield Technique."
Harvey Police Department                   - Verbal skills development.
                                           - Overcoming distractions.
                                           - Multiple shot placement.
May 15-16, 2008                            - Stoppage reduction and failure to stop drills.
                                           - Making magazine changes.
Harvey Police Department                   - Single aggressor engagement from different angles of attack.
                                           - Basic techniques and tactics.
June 23-24, 2008                           Students are required to bring:
Harvey Police Department                   - 500 Rounds ammunition.
                                           - Hat with bill to protect face from brass ejections
                                           - Eye protection.
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Pencil/pen and notebook.
                                           - Duty leather and pistol.
                                           - Duty flashlight.
Member Tuition: $300.00                    - Soft body armor.
Non-Member Tuition: $400.00                - Comfortable clothing and boots, no shorts (fatigues/BDUs suggested) NOTE: Students
                                             will participate in multiple tactical exercises and can expect to get dirty.
                                           - Water to drink during tactical exercises.
Limit: Unlimited                           - Packed Lunch.

                                           Certificates of participation will be given to all attending and for those who are able to qualify
   New Course!                             on a ten round 18 second course of fire, a "Strike Tactical Level One Qualification certificate
                                           will be additionally awarded.

                                           Instructor Henk Iverson is a former South African soldier and police officer with more than
                                           18years experience as a firearms and defensive tactics instructor. He has trained counter-
                                           terrorism units, special forces, and dignitary protection internationally. Chief Jeff Chudwin is
                                           a noted firearms trainer and use of force attorney.

                                           Cancellations must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of this program in order
                                           to avoid being billed.

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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           The instructor for this program is an experienced interdiction officer who will cover
Commercial Motor                           commercial motor vehicle and hotel/motel drug interdiction techniques. Racial profiling,
                                           consensual case law, consensual approach techniques, and commercial motor vehicle and
Vehicle - Hotel/Motel                      hotel/motel indicators will be discussed in detail. Techniques employed in signing up
                                           hotel/motel clerks as confidential informants will also be discussed. Additionally, this
Drug Interdiction                          program will cover questions to pose to truck drivers, information about the commercial
                                           motor vehicle industry and related paperwork, narcotics and currency concealment
TRA023R                                    methods, and how important the state of Illinois is to narcotics traffickers. Finally, the
                                           instructor will discuss, in detail, several commercial motor vehicle and hotel/motel seizures
March 20, 2008                             which led to major drug and currency seizures.
Lake Zurich Police Department              Topics to be examined during this advanced patrol/narcotics investigator class include the
                                           following:
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Racial profiling issues and consensual case law
                                           - Narcotics and currency trafficking
Member Tuition: None                       - Commercial motor vehicle (truck-tractor/semi-trailer) familiarization
                                           - Interdiction and consensual approach techniques
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                - Review of narcotics and currency interdiction indicators involving commercial motor
                                              vehicles and hotels/motels
                                           - How to work with hotel/motel clerks in identifying narcotics traffickers
Limit: 2 per Dept.
                                           This course will be taught by: Officer Peter Michaels, Waukegan Police Department.




                                           This course provides officers of all ranks and levels with techniques designed to improve
Communication                              their verbal communication skills. The course will benefit officers who have experienced
                                           problems with citizen complaints regarding their "attitude," as well as officers who simply
Tactics                                    wish to improve their interpersonal communication skills.

COM009R                                    Participants will develop an understanding of the basic emotional needs of human beings
                                           and learn how to target communication toward those needs to gain suppport and
March 11, 2008                             compliance.
Riverdale Police Department                Course topics include:
                                           - Basic human relations skills
                                           - Proxemics
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Body language
                                           - Professionalism
Member Tuition: None                       - Listening skills
                                           - Interpreting deceptive and truthful behavior
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                - Developing routines for crisis situations

                                           This course will be taught by: Commander Joseph Kocek, Tinley Park Police Department
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         (Retired).




 44                                                                                          North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.
Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This 40 hour, 5 day program is designed to educate Detectives and Investigators in the
Computer Crimes                            investigation of electronic crimes, i.e. financial crimes/fraud, sexual exploitation of
                                           children, identity theft, harassment, and stalking. Through the use of SLEA's Mobile
Investigation                              Computer Lab, students will gain practical experience in determining how electronic
                                           crimes are committed, the location of relevant evidence, and appropriate methodologies for
INV110R                                    its seizure. Specific laws relating to electronically-committed crimes will also be discussed.

March 10-14, 2008                          Topics to be addressed include:
Suburban Law Enforcement                   - Fraud/identity theft
Academy - C.O.D.,                          - Child pornography
                                           - Cyber terrorism/hacking and computer intrusion
Bldg. K, Rm. 127                           - Stalking
                                           - Harassment/e-mail
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - IMAGE SCAN
                                           - Forensic tool kit (FTK)

Member Tuition: $550.00                    **Cancellations for this course must be received by NEMRT 35 days
                                            prior to the start of class in order to avoid being billed.
Non-Member Tuition: $650.00
                                           This course will be taught by: Instructors with the Suburban Law Enforcement Academy.
Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           An experienced investigator will discuss and demonstrate how to identify and gain access
Concealed                                  to hidden compartments in vehicles. Even as recent laws have enhanced the penalties for
                                           the manufacture and possession of "trap cars," gang and drug conspirators continue to hide
Compartments in                            weapons, drugs, and other contraband with increasing regularity. Many of these modified
                                           vehicles pose a renewed threat to officer safety by being booby-trapped.
Vehicles
                                           Topics to be addressed include:
TRA506R                                    - Officer safety considerations
                                           - Search, seizure, and forfeiture issues
May 12, 2008                               - Trunk release systems
                                           - Magnetic reed switches
East Hazel Crest Village Hall              - Push-buttons, motorized and hydraulic systems

                                           This course will be taught by: Detective Walter Smith, Chicago Police Department.
May 19, 2008
Estelle Sieb Community Center
(Norridge)

08:00 AM to 02:00 PM

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This nationally utilized program is designed to help law enforcement agencies significantly
Crime Free Multi-                          reduce the levels of crime and nuisance calls from housing projects and large rental
                                           communities. Students will learn how to develop and implement a three-phase program
Housing Program                            targeted at decreasing multi-housing crime in their communities.

INV024R                                    Topics to be covered:
                                           - Instructing rental owners and managers (large to small strategies)
May 6-7, 2008                              - Applicant screening
                                           - Evictions
Algonquin Police Department                - Crime Free Lease Addendum
                                           - Active property management
                                           - Developing a crime prevention approach
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - C.P.T.E.D. (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design) education
                                           - Planning a resident "Safety Social," presented with property owners/managers
Member Tuition: None
                                           This course will be taught by: Sgt. John Nebl, Schaumburg Police Department.
Non-Member Tuition: $200.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           This basic course is designed for officers who are typically first on the scene of a crime and
Crime Scene                                will provide student officers with an overview of critical crime scene processing
                                           techniques.
Investigation
                                           Course topics include:
INV001R                                    - Arriving at the scene
                                           - Crime scene sketching
April 29, 2008                             - Crime scene photography
                                           - Latent fingerprints
Streamwood Police Department               - Marking and preserving the crime scene
                                           - Outdoor sketches
                                           - Final survey and release of the scene
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
                                           This course will be taught by: Detective Kevin Farley, Du Page County Sheriff's
Member Tuition: None                       Department.
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




 46                                                                                          North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.
Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This course will address the elderly population's growth, their concern for and perception of
Crimes Against the                         crime, and the common financial crimes that are committed against them. Participants will
                                           discuss why these crimes are often unreported to police and families, how the trauma of
Elderly                                    crime affects victims, and overcoming unique problems to successfully prosecute offenders.

INV005R                                    Course topics include:
                                           - Bank fraud
April 8, 2008                              - Common confidence games
                                           - Home repair frauds
Elgin Police Department                    - Fortune telling scams
                                           - Faith healing and medical quackery frauds
                                           - Gypsy and traveler scams committed against the elderly
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
                                           This course is ideal for those departments that are involved in the Illinois Sheriff's and
Member Tuition: None                       Chief's Triad Program, or those that have aging populations who are fearful of crime.
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                This course will be taught by: Officer Bruce Walstad, Franklin Park Police Department
                                           (Retired).
Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           This half-day seminar has been designed to cover a variety of topics of importance to any
Criminal History                           officer or support staff member who deals with the Bureau of Identification and Criminal
                                           Records.
Records
                                           Course topics include:
COM401R                                    - The function of the Bureau of Identification and Criminal Records
                                           - Security and privacy of criminal records
May 9, 2008                                - Expungements and death notices
                                           - Disposition notices and application cards
La Grange Park Police                      - Response orders
Department                                 - Rights of access and review
                                           - Uniform Conviction Information Act
                                           - Fingerprinting
08:00 AM to 12:00 PM
                                           This course will be taught by: Mr. Richard Pawlarczyk, Illinois State Police/Bureau Of
                                           Identification.
Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: None

Limit: 2 per Dept.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           Intended for Illinois Peace Officers, this course examines offense provisions found in the
Criminal Law Review                        Illinois Criminal Code, Cannabis Control Act, Controlled Substances Act, and the Illinois
                                           Vehicle Code. Because of the scope of this subject matter, class discussion will be limited
for Illinois Peace                         to examination of significant or problematic provisions and new provisions of importance.
                                           Officers will, however, be permitted to inquire about any issue within these topical areas of
Officers                                   interest to them which would not otherwise be discussed. Also included will be analysis of
                                           significant court decisions construing provisions examined.
LEG003R
                                           ** Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
March 27, 2008                             the program in order to avoid being billed.
Clarendon Hills Police                     This course will be taught by: Mr. Kevin Burke, Attorney at Law.
Department

08:00 AM to 05:00 PM

Member Tuition: $50.00
Non-Member Tuition: $150.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           This one day course addresses the latest trends in drug abuse, including the extremely fluid
Current Trends in Drug                     and changing forms of narcotics, stimulants and over the counter drugs. These issues and
                                           more will be discussed in an interactive lecture format.
Abuse
                                           This class is ideal for any patrol officer or investigator, school resource officer,
INV905R                                    DARE/GREAT, Stand Tall for Drug Free Schools officer, crime prevention officer,
                                           narcotics, gang and their immediate supervisors.
May 27, 2008
                                           Special emphasis will be given to methamphetamine lab dangers, emerging illicit drugs,
Bartlett Village Hall                      legal over-the-counter drugs and how drug users can fake or invalidate a drug test. Drug use
                                           trends in Illinois, DAWN Report Data, Rural Teen Drug Use statistics, and the 2003
                                           National Household Survey on Drug Use will be analyzed in order to grasp the emerging
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       trends that officers are already encountering in street situations.

Member Tuition: None                       Issues surrounding drug user testing, drug identification, paraphernalia, and concealment
                                           will be explored by a highly experienced national presenter and former police officer.
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00
                                           Drugs of interest to be discussed include:
                                           - Black tar heroin, narco-pops, OxyContin, Paladone, China White, and Fentynal
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         - Stimulants such as methamphetamine, Ice, Cat, Yaba, cocaine
                                           - Over the counter drugs of abuse, ephedring, DXM, Salvia and Woodrose

                                           Each student will receive an 80 page resource book and supplemental handouts covering
                                           pharmaceuticals, heroin and updated information from the National Drug Intelligence
                                           Center.

                                           This course will be taught by: Sgt. Bruce Talbot, Woodridge Police Department (Retired).




 48                                                                                          North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.
Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This two day program is designed for officers involved in homicide, suicide, and death
Death Investigation                        investigations. Examinations of death scenes and the facilities of the Robert J. Stein
                                           Forensic Institute will be explored. Course topics include:
Seminar
                                           - Suspicious deaths
INV003R                                    - Crime scene protection
                                           - Suicides v Homicides: recognizing differences
March 4-5, 2008                            - Autoerotic cases
                                           - Wound analysis
Cook County Medical Examiner               - Disaster response recovery and identification
                                           - The use of D.N.A. in identification
                                           - Rules of evidence
May 6-7, 2008
Cook County Medical Examiner               Forensic odontology will also be briefly reviewed during this program.

                                           This course will be taught by: Sergeant (Retired) Richard Schak, Chicago Police
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       Department; and Doctor Sanford Block, Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office.

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $250.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           This eight hour course is designed to train participants to better manage confrontations with
De-Escalating Juvenile                     juveniles and is ideally suited for high school liaison, juvenile, and patrol officers. Verbal
                                           strategies that contribute to officer safety, better conflict resolution and improved
Aggression                                 communications will be practiced.

MAN051R                                    The focus of the course will be on how to improve the following skills:

May 1, 2008                                - Building rapport with dialogue
                                           - Utilizing empathy statements
Batavia Police Department                  - Determining directive timing
                                           - Distinguishing frustration from aggression
                                           - Using humor to master situations
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
                                           Some simple techniques for controlling aggression will also be introduced and practiced.
Member Tuition: None
                                           This course will be taught by: Patrol Officer William Hoogland, Woodridge Police
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                Department.

Limit: 2 per Dept.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This advanced communications course will assist officers in responding to calls in which
De-Escalation                              individuals are overcome by stress, symptoms of mental illness, or who are in highly-
                                           excitable states of mind.
Strategies for Safe
                                           Depressed, suicidal, and actively psychotic individuals often escalate their behavior when
Street Encounters                          officers arrive on scene. This requires officers to adapt with a different set of
                                           communication strategies to slow down and gain control of these intense situations.
MAN042R
                                           This course seeks to gain voluntary compliance without the use of force, based on crisis
March 12-13, 2008                          intervention team models used by established police teams operating in some U.S. cities.
                                           Due to the scenario based practicals employed during this course, any line officer would
La Grange Park Police                      benefit by attending, as would officers who have some crisis negotiation training but who
Department                                 need more experience.

                                           Topics addressed:
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Building rapport, paraphrasing and using emotional labeling
                                           - Active listening for the emotions of persons in crisis
                                           - Influencing behavior using reflective statements
Member Tuition: None                       - Safety, cover, and containment issues
Non-Member Tuition: $200.00                - Developing non-threatening body language, words, and silence
                                           - Strategies for gaining control of overly talkative or manic behaviors
                                           - Key knowledge about common defense mechanisms
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         - Using eye contact, tone of voice and hands to your advantage
                                           - Responding to suicide calls and "suicide by police" calls

                                           This course will be taught by: SergeanMichael Wargo, Illinois State Police (Retired).




                                           This 16 hour course offers instruction in defensive tactics for patrol officers through the
Defensive Tactics for                      categorization of the resistance offered by a suspect and an officer's response options.
                                           Hands-on training, with the participants practicing techniques, is a major part of the
Patrol: Use of Force                       program.
Vs. Resistance                             Topics to be addressed include:
                                           - Pressure point control
Encountered                                - Joint manipulation
                                           - Handcuffing from standing, kneeling, and take-down positions
PHY002R                                    - Proper stances
                                           - Response to violent acts
May 12-13, 2008
                                           Participants are to wear proper clothing for working out and are to bring their duty weapon,
Gurnee Police Department                   handcuffs, and leather with them to class.

                                           This course will be taught by: Sergeant Pat McGee, Cook County Sheriff's Department.
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $200.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           Dramatic increases in the use of Club Drugs and recent deaths of Chicago-area youths from
Designer Drugs                             the Ecstacy look-alike drug PMA have left police officers searching for more information
                                           on the Club Drug/Rave phenomenon.
Awareness
                                           This one-day class covers all Rave Party/Club Drugs of abuse such as Ecstacy, Super-G,
INV023R                                    Special-K, PMA, Nexus, U4euh, and DOB. Officers will see dozens of photographs of
                                           these drugs for street identification purposes and learn the effects each drug has on the
May 15, 2008                               human body. Drug paraphernalia, drug slang, and user identification will also be covered.
Glenview Police Department                 This multi-media presentation features undercover police surveillance videos of Club Drug
                                           dealing, use, and overdoses in Rave Clubs. Students will be given a comprehensive student
                                           instructional manual.
June 18, 2008
Lansing Police Department                  This course will be taught by: Sgt. Bruce Talbot, Woodridge Police Department (Retired).


08:00 AM to 04:00 PM

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           With the dramatic increase in the use of Club Drugs and the recent deaths of Chicago-area
Designer Drugs                             youths from the Ecstacy look-alike drug PMA, police officers are looking for more
                                           information on the Club Drug/Rave phenomenon.
Awareness Instructor
                                           This 16 hour train-the-trainer course will assist departments in developing a training unit
TTT006R                                    for patrol officers and investigators and will provide attendees with a chance to participate
                                           in the preparation of an awareness presentation for schools and the community.
March 25-26, 2008
                                           The course features undercover police surveillance videos of Club Drug dealing, use and
Lincolnwood Police Department              overdoses in Rave Clubs. Students will be provided with a comprehensive student
                                           instructional manual.
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       This course will be taught by: Sgt. Bruce Talbot, Woodridge Police Department (Retired).

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $200.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           The goal of this program is to provide investigators with the skills necessary to collect and
Digital Evidence                           preserve digital evidence while effectively integrating it into a case. It provides the
                                           foundation for investigators to seize, collect, and handle digital evidence in any criminal
Processing                                 case.

INV094R                                    This course is taught in a forensic laboratory devoted solely to the examination of digital
                                           evidence in support of criminal investigations. RCFL, the FBI Chicago Office's Regional
May 6, 2008                                Computer Forensics Laboratory, specializes in cases involving terrorism, child
                                           pornography, crimes of violence, theft or destruction to intellectual property, internet
Regional Computer Forensics                crimes, and fraud.
Laboratory
                                           Investigators working any variety of cases may need to have these skills. Attendees should
                                           have a working knowledge of computer use.
08:30 AM to 04:30 PM
                                           This course replaces Collecting, Handling and Use of Digital Evidence (INV092R) and
                                           carries no prerequisites.
Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: None                   This course will be taught by: Instructors with the Regional Computer Forensics
                                           Laboratory.

Limit: 2 per Dept.




Digital Photography                        Imaging techniques are an intricate part of investigations for law enforcement
                                           professionals. This 16 hour, two day course will provide students with hands-on experience
for Law Enforcement                        in the operating techniques and applications of digital cameras in a variety of physical
                                           environments.
Professionals
                                           Topics to be covered in this program include:
PAT168R
                                           - Digital camera systems - hardware, software, and accessories
May 5-6, 2008                              - Digital camera features and components
                                           - Downloading techniques and image resolutions
Suburban Law Enforcement                   - Digital camera functions
Academy - C.O.D.,                          - Different exposure types
                                           - Image editing
Bldg. K, Rm. 127                           - Printing and viewing images

08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO BRING THE FOLLOWING ITEMS TO CLASS:

                                           - Their department's digital camera AND software
Member Tuition: $300.00                    - Camera manuals
                                           - Download cords or card readers
Non-Member Tuition: $400.00                - Batteries sufficient for 2 days of use
                                           - Memory card
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         - Department tripod

                                           **Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
                                           class in order to avoid being billed.

                                           This course will be taught by: Instructors with the Suburban Law Enforcement Academy.




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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This program will assist students in developing the ability to release individual and group
Dispatcher                                 potential in order to change old habits, attitudes and beliefs that block performance.
                                           Individual and group goal setting in a manner that can overcome resistance to change and
Performance                                improve creativity will be discussed. When applied, this program will enhance employees'
                                           internal motivation and sense of personal accountability to personal and organizational
Enhancement - The                          goals.
Power to Change                            Students will interact in a learning environment that will allow each the opportunity to
                                           develop and apply behaviors to:
MAN046R                                    - Identify and implement the vision and goals of the agency
                                           - Discuss and identify opportunities for personal growth
April 8, 2008                              - List and remove barriers to change
                                           - Improve thinking, self talk and self-esteem
Lombard Village Hall                       - Improve decision making
                                           - Develop and sustain high-energy outlook/attitude toward the agency function
                                           - Identify ways to condition the subconscious to allow change
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Become an improved team player
                                           - React effectively in high stress situations
Member Tuition: $200.00                    - More readily accept new methods and procedures presented in the work environment
Non-Member Tuition: $300.00                Both supervisory and operational communication personnel are urged to attend to receive
                                           instruction on a definite and easy-to-follow plan for achieving personal and agency goals.
                                           Supervisors attending will benefit from understanding the process of realizing the vastly
Limit: Unlimited                           increased potential of those under their direction.

                                           ** Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of

   New Course!                             the class in order to avoid being billed.

                                           This course will be taught by: Instructors with Kebcor.com.




                                           This program addresses preconceptions about domestic violence and sexual assault and
Dispatcher Update on                       provides necessary skills crucial to the dispatcher's responsibilities.
Sexual Assault and                         Course topics include:
                                           - The roles of dispatchers and officers
Domestic Violence                          - Current statutes
                                           - Safety concerns
COM607R                                    - Victim and offender profiles
                                           - Information to assist first responders
March 21, 2008                             - Evidentiary concerns
Downers Grove Police                       This course is funded through the ILETSB's Executive Institute and the Illinois Coalition
Department                                 Against Sexual Assault.

                                           This course will be taught by: Lieutenant Michael Shaughnessy, Oak Forest Police
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       Department; Commander Joseph Kocek, Tinley Park Police Department (Retired); Ms.
                                           Julie Ann Rusco, Cook County State's Attorney.
Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This program addresses preconceptions about domestic violence and crisis intervention and
Domestic                                   provides technical skills crucial to the successful handling of domestic violence calls.
                                           Liability considerations will be emphasized.
Violence/Crisis
                                           Course topics include:
Intervention                               - Defining the police role
                                           - Current Illinois statutes
PAT601R                                    - Defining domestic violence
                                           - Offender and victim profiles, myths, characteristics, and intervention techniques
April 25, 2008                             - Risk and lethality assessment
                                           - Changes in the IDVA and stalking laws
Hodgkins Police Department                 - On-scene investigation
                                           - Specific areas of liability
                                           - Officer safety
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
                                           This course will be taught by: Deputy Chief Tim Filkins, Matteson Police Department
Member Tuition: None                       (Retired).
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           This 24 hour course builds upon the foundation of the federal Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus
Drugged Driver                             program and teaches officers learn simple, non-body invasive eye clues and other body
                                           indicators to detect the seven major categories of drugs that may be found in a suspect's
Detection                                  system. The program increases an officer's awareness of cases in which a suspect tests
                                           under the 0.08 BAC limit for alcohol intoxication but is impaired due to either prescription
TRA501R                                    or illicit drugs.

March 4-6, 2008                            Standardized field tests will help officers build probable cause to request blood and/or urine
                                           samples in DUI cases. This training will help officers make a "per se" case under the new
East Hazel Crest Village Hall              Illinois DUI law that makes DUI of drugs as easy to prosecute as alcohol. Current court
                                           rulings on vehicle searches for drugs will also be covered.
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       Students must have prior training in the HGN Field Sobriety Testing system in order to
                                           attend this program.
Member Tuition: None
                                           This course will be taught by: Sgt.Bruce Talbot, Woodridge Police Department (Retired).
Non-Member Tuition: $300.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This one day course focuses on the rise in drug use among drivers of motor vehicles and
Drugged Driver                             condenses part of the current 3-day drug recognition course approved by the National
                                           Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Overview
                                           Officers will be better prepared to uniformly evaluate drivers suspected of being drug
TRA507R                                    impaired by reviewing the following:

May 7, 2008                                - Video presentation of drug impairments
                                           - Implied consent laws
Mundelein Police Department                - Common physiological indicators of the seven drug categories
                                           - NYSTAGMUS and reporting responsibilities
                                           - Practicum review of field techniques
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
                                           This course will be taught by: Training Coordinator Thomas Turek, Schaumburg Police
Member Tuition: None                       Department.
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           This 8 hour program is designed for officers with less than 18 months experience and field
Du Page County Gang                        training officers, and will be instructed by a Du Page County gang crimes specialist. It is
                                           intended to present up-to-date practitioner-based information about gangs operating in Du
Awareness                                  Page County.

PAT414R                                    Topics to be discussed include:
                                           - Safety and street survival issues
April 3, 2008                              - Turf issues, identification (colors, hand signs)
                                           - 56 street gangs and their current criminal activities
Elmhurst Police Department                 - Active Du Page gangs and their development
                                           - Membership motivations, drug operations
                                           - Proper documentation
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Enforcement strategies and intelligence systems
                                           - Illinois Compiled Statutes
Member Tuition: None
                                           This course will be taught by: Officer Robert Bailey, West Chicago Police Department.
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This advanced two day course has been developed by the Midwest Academy of United
DYCOM: Dynamic                             Martial Arts and provides a highly efficient and effective methodology for applying the
                                           DYCOM Method (Dynamic Tactical Control Method) when dealing with an assailant.
Tactical Control
                                           In this program, law enforcement personnel will be introduced to current concepts and
Methods                                    principles of utilizing less-than-lethal control techniques when responding to physical
                                           confrontations. This course will expand upon basic tactical skills and provide officers with
PHY053R                                    dynamic, hands-on physical and mental training to increase their chances of survival.

                                           Topics to be addressed include:
April 23-24, 2008
Midwest Academy of United                  - Empty hand techniques against single- and double-edged bladed weapons
Martial Arts, Frankfort                    - Dynamic Control Method - DYCOM - 4 directional folding pattern, centerline
                                           manipulation, rotational freezing concepts, and much more
                                           - Baton/ASP tactical techniques - contoured/layered octagon striking and zone defense
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Hand trapping and entries to close the gap between you and an attacker
                                           - Ground fighting techniques: Understanding control & submission;
                                           - Weapon disarming and restrain/control techniques
Member Tuition: None                       - Pressure point application: Meridian concepts & principles
Non-Member Tuition: $200.00                - Takedowns/Indonesian Silat

                                           Students are required to bring their baton and/or kali sticks, training blades (bring your own
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         or Academy will supply), and duty belt (optional). The Academy will supply training guns
                                           to students. NO FIREARMS WILL BE ALLOWED IN THE IMMEDIATE TRAINING
                                           AREA.

      New Course!                          Students are also required to wear comfortably fitting gym clothes and gym shoes.

                                           This course will be taught by: Mr. David Greco, founder of the Armas De Mano Filipino
                                           Arts Academy.




                                           Many departments are using or may be considering purchasing preliminary breath testing
Effective Use Of                           equipment for alcohol road checks and preliminary breath screenings involving a number
                                           of other law enforcement uses. While the versatility of these machines has made them ideal
Preliminary Breath                         for many uses, they are nevertheless regulated by Department of Public Health Rule
                                           510.130.
Test Instruments
                                           This course provides a legal update and equipment familiarization for managers, traffic
(P.B.T.s)                                  specialists, and D.U.I. supervisors by identifying the latest requirements and
                                           recommendations for their most effective use. Throughout this course, current operating
TRA505R                                    principles and appropriate applications will be discussed.

April 29, 2008                             Focus will be placed upon:
                                           - Ill. Dept. of Public Health-authorized manufacturers
Burbank Police Department                  - Required methods for conducting a preliminary breath test
                                           - How P.B.T.s analyze breath alcohol content
                                           - Types of units (pass/fail, digital pass/fail, digital)
08:00 AM to 10:00 AM                       - Using P.B.T.s for other purposes (commercial driver sanctions, minor consumption, illegal
                                              transporation, etc.)
Member Tuition: None
                                           Those attending will gain a thorough understanding of the current legal requirements of
Non-Member Tuition: None                   Chapter 11-501.5 Public Health Standards Title 77, Part 510.130 as they relate to P.B.T.
                                           use.
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         This course will be taught by: Sgt. Ed Kirkpatrick, Illinois Secretary of State Police.




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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           Despite increased security consciousness since September 11th, an act of terrorism can
Emergency Response                         occur anywhere. Public buildings, assemblies, transit systems, telecommunication
                                           networks, businesses, and places of historic/symbolic significance are at risk. Officers
to Terrorism/Basic                         attending this course will become more aware of these potential events and how to respond
                                           to them.
Concepts
                                           Topics to be discussed include:
PAT726R                                    - Terrorism in perspective
                                           - On-scene indicators and warning signs
March 3, 2008                              - Self-protection
                                           - Scene control: initial response and arrival
Park Ridge Public Works                    - Notifications and coordination
Service Center
                                           This course further qualifies as a Hazardous Materials Refresher and is for all law
                                           enforcement officers and emergency management personnel.
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
                                           This program has been submitted for funding by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training
                                           Standards Board. If approved, tuition for this program will be waived.
Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                This course will be taught by: Investigator John Zadelek, Cook County Sheriff's
                                           Department.

Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           This two day course will assist police and fire telecommunicators in understanding basic
Emergency Spanish                          Spanish words, phrases, and statements that are essential when responding to 911
                                           emergency calls for service. The primary focus of this course is recognizing and
For                                        understanding specific needs for assistance when responding to calls involving Spanish
                                           speakers. Students attending this program will participate in interactive exercises with
Telecommunicators                          Spanish speakers.

COM031R                                    Topics to be discussed include:
                                           - Spanish alphabet and pronunciation
May 15-16, 2008                            - Numbers
                                           - Physical descriptions and parts of the body
Bolingbrook Police Department              - Basic terms for who, what, when, where, and how
                                           - Statements to establish the occurrence of a medical emergency
                                           - Statements to establish the need for the fire department
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Terms for family members
                                           - Terms for rooms of a house, vehicles, and directions
Member Tuition: None                       - Handling domestic situations
                                           - Vocabulary for emergency situations, such as, "Are there any weapons?" and, "Is he
Non-Member Tuition: $200.00                  breathing?", etc.
                                           - Cultural concerns
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         This course will be taught by: Officer Heather Robinson, Elgin Police Department.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This eight hour course was specifically designed by a team of expert driving instructors to
Emergency Vehicle                          provide law enforcement personnel with the skills, knowledge, and behavior traits needed
                                           to safely and effectively operate their emergency vehicles under different traffic and
Operator Course                            weather conditions. Students will spend two hours in the classroom and six hours behind
                                           the wheel. However, this is NOT an advanced driver training course, nor is this a pursuit
TRA002R                                    driving course.

May 31, 2008                               Topics include:
                                           - Need for training and the unique characteristics of law enforcement driving
Moraine Valley Community                   - Liability and legal issues
College, Bldg. A, Rm. A151                 - Causes of accidents
                                           - Accident preparation
                                           - Vehicle safety inspections
June 1, 2008
Elgin Police Department                    Among the driving maneuvers that will be practiced are:
                                           - Steering skills
                                           - Vehicle positioning skills
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Braking skills
                                           - Acceleration skills
                                           - Accident avoidance skills
Member Tuition: None                       - Backing skills
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                - Skid control skills

                                           Participants must bring a department vehicle for their own use.
Limit: 1 per Dept.
                                           This course will be taught by: Chief Daniel McCollum, La Grange Park Police Department.




                                           This three-day course, formerly entitled "Street Spanish," focuses on key words, common
Emergency-Based                            commands, and frequently used phrases encountered and used by law enforcement.
                                           Vocabulary for weapons, arrest and booking, traffic stops, and medical situations will be
Spanish for Law                            learned.
Enforcement                                Other areas to be explored include:

COM016R                                    - Family relationships, titles, D.O.B.s
                                           - Street names for common drugs
March 3-5, 2008                            - Threats against the police
                                           - Time expressions
Winnetka Police Department
                                           This course will be taught by: Patrol Officer Pete Almeida, Elgin Police Department.
April 14-16, 2008
Hoffman Estates Police
Department

May 19-21, 2008
Berwyn Police Department

08:00 AM to 04:00 PM

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $300.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.


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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This program is designed to assist patrol officers in understanding the changing ethnic and
Ethnic and Cultural                        cultural groups within their communities. This course will improve communication with,
                                           and awareness of, these groups.
Awareness For Patrol
                                           A number of cultures, ethnic groups, and religious groups will be addressed, including:
Officers                                   - Native Americans
                                           - Asians
PAT702R                                    - African Americans
                                           - Hispanic Americans
June 10, 2008
                                           This course will be taught by: Patrol Officer Robert Munson, Lisle Police Department.
East Hazel Crest Village Hall

08:00 AM to 04:00 PM

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           This course employs techniques taught by a number of manufacturers of expandable
Expandable Baton:                          batons. Lesson plan development and training strategies will be discussed throughout the
                                           course.
Train-The-Trainer
                                           Trainers will learn to teach the following techniques:
TTT307R                                    - Blocking
                                           - Counter-strikes
March 28, 2008                             - Restraints
Lisle Police Department                    Use of force issues as they apply to the use of expandable batons will be discussed.

                                           Participants should wear appropriate athletic clothing and bring their batons and holders to
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       class.

Member Tuition: None                       This course will be taught by: Deputy Chief Chuck Mader, Bloomingdale Police
                                           Department (Retired).
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This course is primarily a refresher for officers and is designed to assist them in identifying
False I.D.'S and                           fraudulent, fictitious, and/or unlawfully altered driver's licenses and I.D. cards currently in
                                           circulation. These fake I.D.s are used by a wide range of criminals - from bad check artists
Unlawfully Altered                         to welfare cheats, chronic drunk drivers, illegal aliens, underage drinkers/drivers, and
                                           career criminals.
Driver's Licenses
                                           This course addresses current changes in fradulent license alteration techniques and serves
PAT027R                                    as a refresher for those licenses and identification cards currently in circulation,

March 6, 2008                              Topics to be addressed include:
                                           - Update on criminal laws and penalties for various violations
Algonquin Police Department                - Feature and procedure review for proper identification of persons
                                           - Special enhanced penalties offered through the S.O.S.'s office
                                           - Other government documents police may find used in fraud
08:00 AM to 12:00 PM                       - Current changes regarding holograms, colors and codes
                                           - Changes including credit card formats with LEADS compatability
Member Tuition: None                       - Tips on facial examinations and comparisons
Non-Member Tuition: None                   This course will be taught by: Instructors with the Illinois State Police.

Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           Developed by the National Highway Safety Administration, the Field Sobriety Testing
Field Sobriety Testing:                    procedure provides police officers with an accurate, uniform process for evaluating drivers
                                           suspected of being impaired. The program consists of:
Horizontal Gaze
                                           - A video presentation
Nystagmus (HGN)                            - A review of implied consent laws
                                           - A discussion on nystagmus, pertinent reporting, and court reporting
TRA500R                                    - A practicum in walk, turn, balance, finger/nose, and other field techniques

May 12-14, 2008                            This program has been submitted for funding through the Illinois Department of
                                           Transportation and the Police Traffic Services Project. North East Multi-Regional Training
Westchester Police Department              reserves the right to structure the class according to IDOT grant conditions.

                                           Note: This program no longer incorporates the use of live drinkers.
June 24-26, 2008
Hoffman Estates Police                     This course will be taught by: Sgt. Bruce Talbot, Woodridge Police Department (Retired).
Department

08:00 AM to 04:00 PM

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $300.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This advanced course is ideal for active financial crimes investigators and Elderly Service
Financial Exploitation                     Officers. Emphasis will be placed on the misuse and withholding of financial resources
                                           from elderly victims.
of Seniors
                                           Topics to be addressed include:
INV075R                                    - Under-reporting of senior crime.
                                           - Demographics of the aging victim population.
April 9, 2008                              - Crimes that seniors fear most.
                                           - Most common types of financial exploitation.
Gurnee Police Department                   - Consumer fraud and caretaker theft.
                                           - Mindsets of the aged to take into account when investigating incidents
                                           - Professional ignorance, neglect, and under-reporting.
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Indicators of financial and other forms of abuse.
                                           - Offender profiles, i.e. children, caregivers, guardians, housekeepers, neighbors, and
Member Tuition: None                          professionals.
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                This course will be taught by: Officer Bruce Walstad, Franklin Park Police Department
                                           (Retired).
Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           This three day program, formerly known as "Liability Issues for Firearms Instructors" will
Firearms Instructor                        provide students with opportunities to review, revise, and improve firearms proficiency
                                           training for their respective agencies. As departments expand their programs to include
Development: Problem                       transitional and advanced firearms use, firearms instructors need to examine strategies and
                                           tactics in light of laws pertaining to training liability, deadly force, and officer safety.
Solving & Liability
                                           Course topics include:
Issues                                     - Handgun safety rules and guidelines for training
                                           - Review of shooting fundamentals
LEG014R                                    - Examining types of training
                                           - Quality of training
April 21-23, 2008                          - Types of weapons and ammunition used
                                           - Requalification frequency
Flossmoor Police Department                - Scoring systems

                                           Students must bring their duty belts and handguns, eye and ear protection, and 500 total
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       rounds of ammo to class.

Member Tuition: $100.00                    In addition, students MUST wear shirts with tight-fitting necks and baseball-type caps with
                                           bills to prevent hot brass from entering their clothing or falling behind protective eyewear.
Non-Member Tuition: $400.00
                                           This course will be taught by: Chief Jeff Chudwin, Olympia Fields Police Department.
Limit: 2 per Dept.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This 8 hour course will be most useful for officers with less than 3 years of on-the-job
First Responder                            experience. An experienced command officer will guide particpants through a series of
                                           scripted scenarios in which students will role play and discuss the outcomes of their first
Decision Making                            actions at scenes.

PAT034R                                    Motivation, officer safety, liability, use of force, and ethical decision making will be
                                           examined in a highly interactive classroom environment involving two scenarios per hour.
March 19, 2008                             These scenarios will cover the following topics:
Oswego Police Department                   - Conflict resolution
                                           - Family crisis intervention
                                           - Juvenile intervention
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Emotionally distraught persons
                                           - Stress management
Member Tuition: None                       - Professional ethics
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                This course will be taught by: Captain Richard Reichart, Lansing Police Department
                                           (Retired).
Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           This course addresses tactical components and crime scene decisions made by first
First Response To                          responders. Risk factors encountered in high and low-frequency situations, unknown
                                           situations, and critical incidents will be explored.
Critical Incidents:
                                           Topics to be addressed include:
Tactical and Crime                         - Officer approach and vehicle placement
                                           - Geographic threats
Scene                                      - Perceived offender stops
                                           - Threat assessment and tactical thinking
PAT040R                                    - Determining the boundaries of crime scenes
                                           - Identification of witnesses
May 21, 2008                               - Recovering weapons, contraband, and other evidence
Roselle Police Department                  This course will be taught by: Lt. Alan Kulovitz, Cook County Sheriff's Department
                                           (Retired).
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This eight hour workshop provides evidence technicians with an opportunity to practice
Footwear Impression                        methods of collecting footwear impression evidence from crime scenes. Upon completion
                                           of this workshop, students will recognize the importance of this type of evidence and
Evidence Workshop                          identify current techniques for the documentation, preservation, and collection of footwear
                                           impression evidence.
INV055R
                                           This workshop requires student participation and emphasizes current investigative
April 15, 2008                             practices. Students will participate in practical exercises involving plaster casting footwear
                                           impressions.
Burbank Police Department
                                           Many aspects of footwear impression evidence will be closely examined, including it's
                                           importance, documentation, photography, enhancement, and collection under different
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       conditions.

Member Tuition: None                       Half of the class time is spent outdoors so participants should dress appropriately for the
                                           day's weather.
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00
                                           Each attendee must bring the following items to class:
                                           1) 35 mm camera with flash or a Digital camera with flash
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         2) The instruction manual for the camera
                                           3) Two (2) rolls of 24-exposure film (35 mm camera only)
                                           4) Black & white C41 processing film
                                           5) A tripod
                                           6) A flashlight
                                           7) A flash cord

                                           This course will be taught by: Patrol Officer Michael Kirby, Wheeling Police Department.




                                           This 5 hour session is designed to assist school districts and first responders build an
Forming Critical                           emergency management system to respond to and manage critical incidents when working
                                           with local emergency responders.
Incident Response
                                           The elements of emergency response and those involved will be identified as part of the
Teams (Schools)                            Incident Command System (ICS) structure for team development for working with first
                                           responders. Simulated emergency scenarios, table-top drills, and small group activities will
PAT305R                                    address the School Safety Drill Act and associated guidelines.

April 23, 2008                             This course is designed to assist law enforcement and schools to better plan, prepare and
                                           manage critical incidents. The all hazard initiative addresses planning, response, recovery,
Elgin Police Department                    and mitigation in a comprehensive manner to include local community and county-wide
                                           critical incident response plans. This model of preparation is based on National Incident
                                           Management System (NIMS) guidelines for self-sustaining capacities up to 72 hours in the
08:00 AM to 02:00 PM                       event of a catastrophe where first responders are unable to reach the school.

Member Tuition: None                       Teams of 3 to 5 staff including administrators, teacher, director of transportation, engineer,
                                           school resource officer are invited to attend with police and fire personnel.
Non-Member Tuition: None
                                           School based Incident Command System organization structure for the management of
                                           critical incidents will be learned by local police, firefighters, emergency management, and
Limit: 5 per Dept.                         educators from both the public and private schools.

                                           Any school, fire or ESDA personnel must be pre-registered by NEMRT member agency by
   New Course!                             fax transmission. No direct pre-registrations will be accepted by the NEMRT registrar for
                                           non-law enforcement personnel. Five personnel total (per jurisdiction) will be allowed to
                                           attend.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This one day seminar will acquaint investigators and police officers with methods for
Gypsy and Traveler                         identifying, investigating, prosecuting, and preventing gypsy and traveler crimes. The
                                           course is intended to provide participants with a basic understanding of gypsies and
Crime Investigation                        travelers and the specific crimes they commit. Different gypsy and traveler factions will be
                                           discussed, as well as the particular crimes they are known to commit.
INV013R
                                           Other topics will include:
April 10, 2008                             - The history of gypsies/travelers: culture, social behavior, family structure
                                           - Specific gypsy and traveler crimes
Westchester Police Department              - Suspect identification recommendations
                                           - Investigative techniques
                                           - Interviewing victims
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Successful prosecution tips
                                           - Statutes and local ordinances pertaining to gypsy and traveler crimes
Member Tuition: None                       - Crime prevention strategies
                                           - Usable networks and associations
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00
                                           The program is highly recommended for detectives and patrol officers who have had little
                                           or no contact with gypsies and/or travelers and the crimes they commit.
Limit: 2 per Dept.
                                           This course will be taught by: Officer Bruce Walstad, Franklin Park Police Department
                                           (Retired).




                                           At the completion of this one day program, students will possess the necessary information,
Hand Cuffing                               research sources, and skills to serve as in-house Basic Handcuffing Instructors for their
                                           respective agencies. This will be accomplished through lecture, demonstration, and class
Instructor Course                          participation. The program is for current, experienced in-house instructors who have an
                                           established background in teaching use of force and who have previously attended a formal
TTT311R                                    Instructor Development program or are scheduled to to so in the near future.

March 7, 2008                              Seven different handcuffing methods will be examined and practiced.
Estelle Sieb Community Center              Course topics include:
(Norridge)                                 - Liability concerns
                                           - Understanding and teaching use of force concepts
                                           - Physical skills
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Lesson/program planning and preparation
                                           - Written and performance testing considerations
                                           - Record keeping
Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                All participants should bring their handcuffs to class.

                                           This course has been submitted to the ILETSB for certification. If approved, it will be for
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         certificate only, not for reimbursement.

                                           This course will be taught by: Deputy Chief Chuck Mader, Bloomingdale Police
                                           Department (Retired).




 64                                                                                           North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.
Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This entertaining and insightful 4 hour presentation will concentrate upon the unique
How Law Enforcement                        aspects of the police personality and culture and the impact the career has upon an officer's
                                           significant others. Students will be able to apply lessons learned in this course throughout
Careers Affect Family                      the remainder of their careers in policing.
Life                                       New officers, as well as veterans, and their families will all find this program relevant,
                                           therefore law enforcement students attending this presentation are encouraged to bring their
PAT509R                                    spouses and/or significant others at no cost. Please note that prior registration is required.

March 15, 2008                             Issues to be discussed include:
Suburban Law Enforcement                   - What makes the dynamics of the police family different from other families?
Academy - C.O.D.,                          - Unique cultural differences among the police
                                           - Uniqueness of the police personality
O.C.C. 155                                 - What families can do to successfully navigate their loved one's police career

8:00 AM to 12:00 PM                        **Cancellations must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of class in order to
                                           avoid being billed.

Member Tuition: $50.00                     This course will be taught by: Instructors with the Suburban Law Enforcement Academy.
Non-Member Tuition: $150.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.


   New Course!


                                           This course provides students with a comprehensive examination of the crime of identity
Identity Theft and                         theft and its impact on America. Students will be shown tools and procedures for
                                           conducting successful investigations of identity theft-related incidents.
Related Offenses
                                           Federal and State statutes relating to identity theft and similar crimes will be compared.
INV061R                                    Students will be presented with techniques used by criminals to commit identity theft, as
                                           well as the investigative procedures that can be used to catch them. Other topics to be
March 27, 2008                             covered in class include document security features and biometrics. Students will see
                                           examples of identity theft cases successfully resolved using the Illinois Secretary of State's
Plainfield Police Department               biometric tools.

                                           This course will be taught by: Mr. Edward Hammer, Illinois Secretary of State Police
April 17, 2008                             (Retired).
Bartlett Village Hall

08:00 AM to 04:00 PM

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This course is designed for individuals who want a basic review of Illinois Vehicle Code
Illinois Vehicle Code                      and Bail Bond Rules. Participants may expect an open discussion forum including, but not
                                           limited to, definitions, registration, driver's licenses, rules of the road, criminal and
Refresher Course                           administrative DUI actions, towing statutes, vehicle equipment requirements, and bail bond
                                           rules. Participants should bring a current copy of the Illinois Vehicle Code to class and are
LEG503R                                    encouraged to identify any questions they may have regarding the IVC.

June 6, 2008                               This course will be taught by: Sgt. Ed Kirkpatrick, Illinois Secretary of State Police.
Oswego Police Department

June 13, 2008
Park Ridge Public Works
Service Center

08:00 AM to 04:00 PM

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           The Federal Bureau of Investigation's Computer Analysis Response Team (CART)
Imagescan                                  developed the Imagescan system to help investigators locate the presence of picture files
                                           that may contain contraband on a computer. This system allows the investigator to view a
INV114R                                    variety of graphic formats during a consensual search and protects valuable digital evidence
                                           by booting up a computer using the Linux operating system. After mounting the hard drive
May 7, 2008                                in a "read only" manner, Imagescan prompts the investigator to search for picture files only.
                                           During this process, the tool logs every step taken by the investigator, thus providing
Regional Computer Forensics                further documentatation of what occurred during the search process.
Laboratory
                                           CART successfully completed field-testing of Imagescan in May of 2004, and is making
                                           this tool available to all law enforcement personnel upon request.
8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
                                           Any law enforcement personnel who conduct on-site investigations for child pornography
                                           or any other types of investigations involving graphic image files are encouraged to attend
Member Tuition: None                       this Imagescan class.
Non-Member Tuition: None
                                           This course will be taught by: Instructors with the Regional Computer Forensics
                                           Laboratory.
Limit: 2 per Dept.


      New Course!




 66                                                                                          North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.
Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           Many officers are getting injured during defensive tactics training. In an effort to limit
Injury Prevention for                      liability and workman's compensation claims, some agencies and departments are
                                           eliminating DT training altogether. Eliminating DT trainig is not the answer.
Defensive Tactics
                                           This course will educate DT instructors on the most up-to-date strategies to reduce injuries.
Instructors                                Instructors will gain valuable insight and learn practical tools to identify and prevent the
                                           most common injuries that occur as a result of DT training.
PHY036R
                                           Instructors will also learn how to imporve student performance through a greater
April 21, 2008                             understanding of the specific physical needs of law enforcement officers. DT specific
                                           fitness exercises and drills will be demonstrated and then performed by those attending.
Elgin Police Department                    The Injury Prevention for Defensive Tactics Instructors course is highly recommended for
                                           defensive tactics and police martial arts trainers and will help enhance skills no matter what
                                           style of DT or martial arts system is utilized.
May 7, 2008
Glenview Police Department                 This course will be taught by: Lead instructor James DiNaso of Police Kinesiology
                                           Company, who holds a M.S. in Exercise Science.
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM                         PLEASE WEAR WORKOUT ATTIRE.

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.


   New Course!

                                           This 8 hour program is for experienced police trainers who have been assigned to select a
Instructor Training for                    product and train their departments' officers in the appropriate use of Oleoresin Capsicum
                                           sprays. The course is conducted by an expert in numerous schools of Oleoresin Capsicum
Oleoresin Capsicum                         usage. This comprehensive program will include the latest FBI research recommendations
                                           to reduce excessive force complaints and circumstances in which pepper sprays can be
(Pepper Spray)                             legally used by a peace officer.

TTT302R                                    The instructor will address the following issues:
                                           - Use of force case law
May 30, 2008                               - Understanding bio-chemical reactions
                                           - Brands, product availability, and selection criteria
Bolingbrook Police Department              - Appropriate lesson plans and training guidelines
                                           - Instructor and department liability issues
                                           - Officer and citizen safety concerns
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
                                           Participants should bring any documents, literature, sprays, and current department policies
Member Tuition: None                       for evaluation purposes. As some minimal exposure to an O.C. product is required to
                                           participate in this training, the completion of appropriate waiver forms will be required for
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                participation in this class.

                                           This course will be taught by: Deputy Chief Chuck Mader, Bloomingdale Police
Limit: 1 per Dept.                         Department (Retired).




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This 2 day law and investigation course is designed for chiefs and command officers who
Internal Affairs                           are responsible for internal investigation functions in their departments.
Investigations                             Conducting a proper investigation builds citizen and employee trust in the department and
                                           protects officers' rights. Ultimately, it contributes to the department's mission when
INV039R                                    complaints against officers for alleged violations of rules, policies, and laws are fairly
                                           investigated.
March 19-20, 2008
                                           This highly informational seminar includes the lastest developments in case law pertaining
Roselle Police Department                  to a variety of disciplinary issues, including:
                                           - Misuse of authority and excessive force complaints
                                           - Personal gain for the officer or others
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Due process guarantees and officers' rights
                                           - Off-duty employment and conduct
Member Tuition: None                       - Unlawful associations
                                           - Clarification on "Conduct Unbecoming an Officer"
Non-Member Tuition: $200.00                - Evidentiary considerations
                                           - Waivers of immunity for grand jury testimony
                                           - Bribery and gratuities
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         - Enhanced penalties for supervisors
                                           - Minor violations, such as off-duty speeding, sleeping on-duty, etc.

                                           This course will be taught by: Commander Joseph Kocek, Tinley Park Police Department
                                           (Retired); and Mr. Thomas McGuire, Attorney at Law.




                                           This program has been designed for patrol officers, school resource officers, and
Internet Safety for                        investigators who have been tasked with providing Internet Safety Training presentations.
                                           Participating students will be given the information needed to teach a two hour, hands on
Parents 101                                "Internet Safety for Parents" class that includes the following topics:

TTT920R                                    - Identity theft
                                           - Phishing
March 25, 2008                             - Redirection
                                           - Harassment, stalking, and death threats
College Of Lake County,                    - Fraud
Bldg. T, Rm. 341                           - Child exploitation
                                           - Tracing e-mails, chat rooms, and instant messages
                                           - Various evidence capturing protocols
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM                         - Search options and techniques

                                           This course will be taught by: Mike Sullivan, Illinois Attorney General's Office - High
Member Tuition: None                       Technology Crimes Bureau.
Non-Member Tuition: None

Limit: 2 per Dept.




 68                                                                                         North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.
Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This 16 hour program is designed to provide officers with additional methods for
Interviews and                             interviewing and interrogating witnesses and suspects. It will review Miranda warnings and
                                           custodial interrogations and emphasizes a number of principles, including:
Interrogations
                                           - Interview preparation
INV408R                                    - Construction of questions
                                           - Timing and atmosphere
April 16-17, 2008                          - Demeanor and behavioral analysis
                                           - Verbal cues indicative of deception
Westmont Police Department
                                           This course will be taught by: Commander Joseph Kocek, Tinley Park Police Department
                                           (Retired).
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $200.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           According to the U.S. National Center for Computer Crime, fraud now makes up 44% of
Introduction to                            all computer crime. Computer technology has continued to advance in complexity and,
                                           consequently, schemes to breach the security of electronically-stored information have
Computer Fraud                             increased in frequency. This 16 hour, two day class will educate law enforcement officers,
                                           regardless of prior computer knowledge, about various frauds and scams involving the
PAT211R                                    Internet and computers.

April 7-8, 2008                            Through the use of multi-media presentations and real-time online examples, students will
                                           examine the following topics:
Suburban Law Enforcement
Academy - C.O.D.,                          - Identity theft laws
                                           - Traditional vs. computer techniques associated with identity theft
Bldg. K, Rm. 127                           - How to obtain credit card information on- and off-line
                                           - Methods used by password thieves and keyloggers to obtain
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                         personal information
                                           - How to generate and identify false information
                                           - Basic e-mail scams
Member Tuition: $300.00                    - How to implement a Fraud Prevention program within a law
                                             enforcement agency or provide roll-call training to other officers
Non-Member Tuition: $400.00
                                           **Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         class in order to avoid being billed.

                                           This course will be taught by: Instructors with the Suburban Law Enforcement Academy.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This course is specifically targeted toward Patrol Officers, and is designed to teach them,
Investigating Financial                    using a step by step approach, how to investigate a deceptive practice or other financial
                                           crimes. Explanations of statutes will be provided. Finally, ways in which information
Crimes                                     needed for subsequent investigative steps can be obtained will also be discussed.

INV004R                                    Topics to be covered include:
                                           - Identity theft
March 6, 2008                              - Deceptive practice definitions: 720 ILCS 5/17-1
                                           - Elements of deceptive practice
Buffalo Grove Police                       - Forgery rather than deceptive practice
Department                                 - Credit cards
                                           - Debit cards
                                           - Kiting schemes
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Felony screening of financial investigations
                                           - Organizational memberships
Member Tuition: None                       PLEASE NOTE: This basic course has been designed for street officers who may not have
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                experience in handling financially-based criminal activity.

                                           This course will be taught by: Patrol Officer Richard Shafer, Lombard Police Department
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         (Retired).




                                           This one day John E. Reid and Associates course provides supervisors with the critical
Investigating Use of                       skills to conduct use of force investigations, including properly documenting and
                                           conducting the necessary follow-ups. Those of any rank who review force incidents,
Force for Field                            conduct professional integrity and/or conduct internal affairs investigations would also
                                           benefit from this course.
Supervisors
                                           Most field supervisors receive little, if any, training in how to complete a use of force
MAN919R                                    investigation. Sample documents, professional research, and pertinent case law will be
                                           shared by an expert witness, trainer and consultant, who specializes in use of force legal
April 22, 2008                             actions.
Lisle Police Department                    Case studies, lecture, and interactive classroom discussion will be utilized throughout the
                                           training.
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM                         Topics to be addressed include:

Member Tuition: $150.00                    - The Supervisors Role in the investigation
                                           - Organizational factors that influence use of force incidents
Non-Member Tuition: $250.00                - Phases of a use of force event
                                           - Legal standards to consider during the investigation
                                           - Utilizing "decision point analysis"
Limit: Unlimited                           - Reviewing officer reports and supplemental reports
                                           - Components of negotiated settlement agreements

      New Course!                          This special course is taught by Chief Charles Gruber of South Barrington, Illinois. He has
                                           worked as a consultant to the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), Civil Rights Division,
                                           investigating police departments where allegations of pattern and practice abuses have
                                           occurred. He has been involved in DOJ investigations of police departments, including
                                           Cincinnati, Ohio; Miami, Florida; Schenectady, New York; and Providence, Rhode Island.




 70                                                                                          North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.
Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This course is designed to improve the evidence collection skills of officers charged with
Investigation of                           responding to and investigating domestic violence cases. The more injuries and evidence
                                           available, the more detailed the collection of evidence becomes. In turn, the chances for
Domestic Violence                          battered victims to refuse to cooperate appropriately are diminished.

INV038R                                    Bloody clothing, weapons, furniture and other objects relevant to domestic violence
                                           investigations will be discussed. Other topics to be addressed include:
April 25, 2008
                                           - Witness corroboration
La Grange Park Police                      - Offender profiles
Department                                 - Bond considerations
                                           - Civil and criminal orders of protection
                                           - Liability issues, including the Calloway Case
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Safety considerations
                                           - Injury assessments
                                           - Photographic evidence
Member Tuition: None                       - Written statements and statements by children
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                - Law and Miranda rights review

                                           This course will be taught by: Lieutenant Michael Shaughnessy, Oak Forest Police
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         Department; and Ms. Julie Ann Rusco, Cook County State's Attorney.




                                           This course is for those officers who have completed the 3 day Reid Interviews and
John Reid Advanced                         Interrogations seminar and builds upon the officer's knowledge of the Reid Technique.
                                           Students will examine the following stages of interrogation:
Interviews and
                                           - Defiant stage: seven proven tactics to move suspects out of this stage
Interrogations                             - Neutral stage: four proven techniques to get the suspect to listen to the interrogator's
                                              themes
INV420R                                    - Acceptance stage: three specific techniques that will dramatically increase admissions of
                                             guilt
April 8-9, 2008
                                           Participants will also discuss the motivational needs of criminals:
West Dundee Public Safety Bldg             - Real need crimes
#2                                         - Esteem need crimes
                                           - Impulse crimes
                                           - Lifestyle need crimes
08:30 AM to 03:30 PM
                                           In addition, this advanced seminar will address problem areas such as:
                                           - Juvenile interrogation
Member Tuition: $350.00                    - Interrogation on guilty knowledge
Non-Member Tuition: $450.00                - Playing one suspect against another
                                           - Interrogation on multiple crimes

Limit: 2 per Dept.                         ** Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
                                           the class in order to avoid being billed.

                                           This course will be taught by: Instructors with John E. Reid and Associates, Inc.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This 3 day course, presented by John E. Reid and Associates, Inc., will demonstrate to
John Reid Interviews                       participants the need to go beyond basic questions of who, what, where, when, and how
                                           when conducting an interview or interrogation of a suspect. In addition, students will learn
and Interrogations                         more than 20 Reid Behavior Provoking questions which will assist the investigator in
                                           identifying guilty suspects and eliminating the innocent from further scrutiny.
INV410R
                                           Topics of focus include:
May 13-15, 2008                            - Direct positive confrontation
                                           - Theme development
Hoffman Estates Police                     - Handling denials
Department                                 - Overcoming objections
                                           - Procuring and retaining the suspect's attention
                                           - Handling the suspect's passive mood
June 10-12, 2008                           - Presenting alternative questions
Plainfield Police Department               - Detailing the offense
                                           - Elements of oral and written statements

08:30 AM to 03:30 PM                       ** Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
                                           the class in order to avoid being billed.

Member Tuition: $400.00                    This course will be taught by: Instructors with John E. Reid and Associates, Inc.
Non-Member Tuition: $500.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           This course is designed for new and experienced law enforcement officers, as well as
Juvenile Interrogation                     newly-assigned juvenile officers. Students will examine and discuss the latest changes to
                                           the Juvenile Court Act, Chapter 704, Articles I and V, Delinquency Provisions, along with
and Delinquency                            recent court cases directing law enforcement in conducting proper interrogations and
                                           interviews while guaranteeing minors' rights.
Update
                                           Topics to be examined include:
PAT615R
                                           - Law enforcement interrogation skills
May 19, 2008                               - Juvenile Court Act, Chapter 705, Delinquency Provisions, Article V
                                           - Comprehensive examination of juvenile rights
Riverdale Police Department                - Chapter 704 and Illinois Detention Law, PA 85-1443
                                           - Recent revisions of the Juvenile Court Act, Chapter 705
                                           - Responsibilities of arresting police officers and juvenile officers
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Recent Court decisions affecting the implementation of the Juvenile Court Act
                                           - Chronic truants
Member Tuition: None                       - Station adjustments
                                           - Parental rights and responsibilities
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00
                                           This course will be taught by: Sergeant Brian Galske, Chicago Ridge Police Department.
Limit: 2 per Dept.




 72                                                                                            North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.
Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           In this program, officers will learn how to defend against sudden knife attacks encountered
Knife Defense and                          on patrol. Often, these attacks are so unexpected that a firearm may not be the best
                                           available defense option. Many officers carry simple folding knives to assist in vehicle
Emergency                                  extractions and other general duties, but are unaware that the knife also has a "last ditch"
                                           value when involved in a surprise attack such as a handgun retention situation.
Applications for Patrol
                                           While this is not a knife fighting class, officers will learn how to employ a simple folding
PAT199R                                    knife in extraordinary situations in an effort to save their lives. Some common knife attack
                                           techniques will be demonstrated in order to best learn how to defend oneself in these
May 6, 2008                                dangerous situations.
Tinley Park Police Department              Topics to be addressed include:
                                           - Safety concerns and use of force guidelines
                                           - Legal justification for emergency applications
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Understanding the concepts of attack and reaction
                                           - Additional ground fighting skills to thwart a knife attack
Member Tuition: None                       - Current knife defense systems employed by the police
                                           - Pocket knives that are appropriate for patrol
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                - Common knife fighting styles encountered by police
                                           - Grip techniques for protection and emergency application
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         Students are required to wear gym clothes to this program.

                                           PLEASE NOTE: NO FIREARMS WILL BE ALLOWED IN THE CLASSROOM.
                                           This course will be taught by: Dr. Joseph Truncale, Pro-Sytems, Inc.




                                           This 8 hour workshop, designed for any officer, investigator, detective, crime scene
Latent Print                               specialist, or other individual who processes scenes for latent print evidence, offers a
                                           comprehensive, hands-on application of development and enhancement techniques for
Technology Work                            processing latent prints. Participants will get to experiment on many different types of
                                           surfaces using their department-issued equipment.
Shop: A Latent Print
                                           Lecture time will be minimized so that time available for participation in practical activities
Practicum                                  can be maximized, thus allowing students to gain a wealth of knowledge and experience
                                           that can be immediately applied. This workshop is designed to show how to get the most
INV509R                                    out of department-issued equipment while processing latent prints on a large assortment of
                                           surfaces.
March 10, 2008
                                           STUDENTS MUST BRING A 35MM CAMERA WITH MACRO LENS, THE
Lake Zurich Police Department              INSTRUCTIONAL MANUAL FOR THE CAMERA, A TRIPOD, ELECTRONIC FLASH,
                                           SYNC CORD, CABLE RELEASE, ONE ROLL OF BLACK AND WHITE PRINT FILM,
                                           AND ANY LATENT PRINT EQUIPMENT THAT IS CURRENTLY USED BY THEIR
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       DEPARTMENT FOR PROCESSING.

Member Tuition: None                       Dyes for C/A processing and a portable C/A tank will be provided for in-class use. Officers
                                           attending this workshop should dress in clothes suitable for processing prints and working
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                with chemicals.

                                           Topics:
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         - Developing latent print evidence
                                           - Recovery of latent print evidence
                                           - Use of 35mm camera for documenting latent print evidence
                                           - Successful latent print development on various surfaces

                                           PLEASE NOTE: Students attending this program should already have a sound foundation
                                           in latent print processing.

                                           This course will be taught by: Patrol Officer Michael Kirby, Wheeling Police Department.


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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           The Field Training Officer is a central figure in establishing the firm ethical ground upon
Law Enforcement                            which the new police officer will begin walking. It is important for the FTO to have a sense
                                           of the importance of that role, as well as information regarding successful strategies for
Ethics For F.T.O.s                         teaching ethics to probationary officers.

PAT208R                                    Course topics include:
                                           - The importance of role modeling
April 7-8, 2008                            - Civil liability issues
                                           - Creating a supportive ethical environment
Crystal Lake Police Department             - How to prevent corruption
                                           - Development of training techniques for ethics
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       This course will include several group activities in which participants will examine
                                           complicated ethical situations.
Member Tuition: None
                                           This course will be taught by: Deputy Chief Lance Oakland, Carol Stream Police
Non-Member Tuition: $200.00                Department (Retired); and Chief Joeo Pena, East Dundee Police Department (Retired).

Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           This 8 hour program is intended for patrol officers and will serve as a platform for the
Law Enforcement                            examination of their ethical bases, a vital component of a successful career as a law
                                           enforcement professional. During this course, participants will:
Ethics for Patrol
                                           - Rate the ethics of their agencies and themselves
PAT008R                                    - Examine the importance of ethics in their lives
                                           - Look at the ethical state of society
March 10, 2008                             - Study the Six Pillars of Character
                                           - Study the Five Standards of Ethical Policing
Lincolnwood Police Department
                                           Students will be given the opportunity to analyze different ethical situations in small
                                           groups.
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
                                           Please Note: This course is directed exclusively toward patrol officers.
Member Tuition: None
                                           This course will be taught by: Deputy Chief Lance Oakland, Carol Stream Police
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                Department (Retired); and Chief Joe Pena, East Dundee Police Department (Retired).

Limit: 2 per Dept.




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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This 8 hour program is directed at sergeants and lieutenants, for whom strong ethical bases
Law Enforcement                            are vital for successful careers as law enforcement professionals. During this course,
                                           sergeants and lieutenants will:
Ethics for Sergeants
                                           - Rate the ethics of their agencies and themselves
and Lieutenants                            - Examine the importance of ethics in their lives
                                           - Look at the ethical state of society
PAT108R                                    - Study the Six Pillars of Character
                                           - Study the Five Standards of Ethical Policing
April 15, 2008
                                           Students will be given the opportunity to analyze different ethical situations in small
Batavia Police Department                  groups.

                                           This course will be taught by: Chief Jor Pena, East Dundee Police Department (Retired);
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       and Chief Russell Laine, Algonquin Police Department.

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           This newly-developed program has been designed for law enforcement professionals from
Law Enforcement                            every level and will assist them in developing the ability to change old habits, attitudes and
                                           beliefs that block effective performance. Students will be shown how to encourage
Performance                                individual and group goal setting in such a way that resistance to change can be overcome
                                           and creativity improved, thus increasing employees' internal motivation, sense of
Improvement: The                           accountability, and benefit to the officer and organization as a whole. Commanders and
                                           administrators are urged to attend so that they may realize the vastly increased potential of
Power to Change                            those under their leadership.

PAT179R                                    This course will provide students with opportunities to:

April 9, 2008                              - Recognize areas for personal growth
                                           - List and remove barriers to change
Estelle Sieb Community Center              - Identify ways in which the subconscious can be conditioned to allow for change
(Norridge)                                 - Identify and implement the vision and goals of their agencies
                                           - Improve thinking, self-talk, and decision-making
                                           - Develop and sustain a high energy attitude about agency functions/goals
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM                         - Improve self esteem and become a better team player
                                           - React effectively in high stress situations
                                           - Accept new methods and procedures in the work environment
Member Tuition: $200.00                    - Establish and maintain personal and agency goals
Non-Member Tuition: $300.00
                                           This course will be taught by: Instructors with Kebcor.com.

Limit: 3 per Dept.                         **Cancellations for this course must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
                                           the class in order to avoid being billed.


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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This eight hour course is designed to give first responders an operational level
Law Enforcement                            understanding of weapon of mass destruction incidents. While designed for patrol officers
                                           through the federal department of Homeland Security, trainers and officers assigned
Protective Measures:                       responsibilities in the area of terrorism would also benefit from this program.
Chemical, Biological                       Chemical biological suits, masks, boots and gloves will be examined during the class and
                                           levels of protection will be discussed. Students will also participate in an in-class exercise
& Nuclear Threats                          to determine downwind hazard analysis. Topical review of terrorism threats, types of
                                           threats, and intelligence in identifying potential targets and activities will be included.
PAT140R                                    Officers are encouraged to bring department-purchased articles and equipment for
                                           discussion purposes.
May 23, 2008
                                           Other topics to be discussed include:
Bloomingdale Police                        - Types of chemical, biological, and radiological weapons and explosives
Department                                 - Regulatory requirements for personal protective equipment
                                           - Identification of health hazards associated with personal protective equipment
                                           - Principles of exposure, protection factors, time, distance, and shielding
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
                                           Officers attending this program will receive a federal certificate of completion from the
                                           Department of Homeland Security.
Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                This class has been submitted for terrorism grant funding from the Illinois Law
                                           Enforcement Training and Standards Board. If approved, tuition fees will be waived.

Limit: 2 per Dept.                         This course will be taught by: Investigator John Zadelek, Cook County Sheriff's
                                           Department.




                                           Few areas of criminal law change more rapidly than the laws of arrest, search and seizure.
Laws of Arrest, Search,                    As a result, officers must be aware of current concepts and principles used by the courts to
                                           judge their arrest, search and seizure techniques. This three-day seminar analyzes recent
and Seizure                                trends within United States and Illinois Supreme Court decisions, local case law, and
                                           relevant Illinois statutes.
LEG050R
                                           Course topics include:
March 25-27, 2008                          - Arrests and stops based on probable cause
                                           - The 4th Amendment
Westchester Police Department              - Reasonable suspicion
                                           - Searches of persons, homes, and vehicles
                                           - Stop and frisk
May 6-8, 2008                              - Consent searches and vehicle searches
Winnetka Police Department                 - Arrests and arrest warrants
                                           - Detention as it relates to arrest
                                           - The exclusionary rule
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - The "Fruits of the Poisonous Tree" doctrine

                                           This course is designed to elicit student officers' comments and questions. As such,
Member Tuition: $50.00                     examples from their daily experiences will be discussed in detail.
Non-Member Tuition: $150.00
                                           This course will be taught by: Mr. Dale Anderson, Attorney at Law.
Limit: 2 per Dept.




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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This course is intended for newly promoted or veteran street supervisors (corporal,
Leadership Skills for                      sergeant, etc.) and addresses current trends and changes in both law enforcement and
                                           society, as well as their impact on today's policing environment.
Street Supervisors
                                           How does today's street supervisor address these ever-changing demands? The goal of this
MAN407R                                    class is to answer this question by examining the issues mentioned above and considering
                                           how we can better deal with them. Interpersonal communications, organizational
March 20-21, 2008                          communications, sexual harassment issues, current workforce issues, and a general
                                           overview of supervisory liability issues as they relate to today's law enforcement
Hodgkins Police Department                 environment will be discussed.

                                           Application of new procedures, communication improvement techniques, and team
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       building techniques will comprise the second day of the program.

Member Tuition: None                       This course will be taught by: Deputy Chief Chuck Mader, Bloomingdale Police
                                           Department (Retired).
Non-Member Tuition: $200.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           This legal update addresses key high liability areas that often entangle smaller departments.
Legal Aspects of                           Throughout this interactive lecture, priority will be given to 40 civil and criminal legal
                                           concerns. The following topics, along with many others, will be addressed in class:
Police Management
                                           - Hiring/firing practices
LEG804R                                    - Disciplinary procedures
                                           - Unemployment compensation
April 24, 2008                             - Civil liability update
                                           - Labor relations and EEOC concerns
Algonquin Police Department                - Sex discrimination and harassment
                                           - Workers compensation issues such as false claims
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       Each attendee will be provided with an easy to follow, eight page handout that will assist
                                           them in rapidly identifying critical issues supported by references to recent case law.
Member Tuition: None
                                           This course will be taught by: Mr. Thomas McGuire, Attorney at Law.
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This eight hour course will encourage and strengthen any law enforcement officer's skills in
Making Great                               making powerful presentations to schools, businesses, and/or community groups.
Community                                  Topics to be discussed include:
Presentations                              - Dealing with nervousness and stage fright
                                           - What you must know about your audience
COM006R                                    - Utilizing humor and professional demeanor
                                           - Anticipating general questions
April 7, 2008                              - Material you should know about your department and community
                                           - Preparing the room and equipment
Algonquin Police Department                - Answering hard, loaded, or political questions
                                           - Scoring points by making stories relevant
                                           - Learning to self-evaluate your presentation
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
                                           Due to the brevity of this course, emphasis will be placed on critical organizational and
Member Tuition: None                       planning skills. Officers will participate in lively, interactive discussions with a nationally
                                           renowned presenter.
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00
                                           This course will be taught by: Officer Bruce Walstad, Franklin Park Police Department
                                           (Retired).
Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           This stand alone program encompasses one of the three blocks of instruction from
Managing the Legal                         NEMRT's state-certified Training Manager Specialist course and is ideal for training
                                           managers, trainers, and those who supervise the training function.
Risks of Training
                                           Key legal cases, federal and state statutes, civil and criminal laws, current training
MAN065R                                    protocols, and trends in training will be discussed in detail. Contemporary topics such as
                                           racial profiling, use of force, officer stress during high risk activities, sexual harassment,
April 11, 2008                             hostile work environments, and cultural diversity issues will be addressed.
Algonquin Police Department                Foundational topics to be discussed will include:

                                           - Firearms, defensive tactics
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Less lethal force concerns
                                           - Pursuit driving issues
Member Tuition: None                       - Ethics in the training environment
                                           - Negligent retention and failure to train
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                - Documenting deficiencies
                                           - Instructor training and development
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         This course will be taught by: Deputy Chief Chuck Mader, Bloomingdale Police
                                           Department (Retired).




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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           Police officers are often the first to cope with a person having a mental health crisis. This 4
Mental Health Update                       hour course will assist officers in addressing the needs of those people experiencing mental
                                           illness.
PAT450R
                                           Participants will learn how to better respond to those people experiencing isolation, family
March 27, 2008                             disruption, possible loss of employment, and/or housing.
Lisle Police Department                    With rare execptions, few people are destined to a life marked by unremitting, acute mental
                                           illness. The most severe, persistent forms of mental illness tend to respond to treatment,
                                           even when recurrent and episodic. Officers will be better prepared to repond to these calls
08:00 AM to 12:00 PM                       by having an awareness of self-help programs, crisis services, and advocacy initiatives.

Member Tuition: None                       Topics will include:
                                           -Recognizing signs and symptoms of mental illness
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                -De-escalation strategies
                                           -Voluntary/Involuntary committment issues
                                           -Homelessness
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         -Critical Incident Response Teams (CIRT)
                                           -Utilizing community resources
                                           -Suicide awareness

   New Course!                             -Medications awareness

                                           This course will be taught by Lt. Scott Watkins, Lombard P.D. and NAMI (National
                                           Alliance for The Mentally Ill), DuPage County, and Ms. Lisa Salvadore, DuPage County
                                           Adult Probation.




                                           Officers' actions taken during actual incidents are examined and discussed throughout this
                                           interactive lecture. Students are encouraged to develop a positive mental approach to a
Mental Preparation for                     variety of situations: subject control, searches, overcoming complacency, responding to
                                           sudden stops, and suspicious persons.
Winning Violent
                                           Whether the officer is unaware of the dangers on the street, apprehensive about their safety,
Encounters                                 or complacent from an attitude of "that won't happen to me", this course promises to
                                           stimulate thinking, build self-confidence, and impart a renewed commitment for officer
PAT183R                                    action and safety.

March 26, 2008                             Topics addressed will include:
Northbrook Police Department               - Command presence to discourage resistance
                                           - Learning what are the dynamics of armed encounters
                                           - How winners plan for violent encounters
March 27, 2008                             - Four principles of close-quarter use of handgun
Mc Henry Police Department                 - Responding to off-duty encounters
                                           - Overcoming the most common mental and tactical mistakes
                                           - Combat breathing technique revisited for daily use and practice
March 28, 2008                             - Using mental imagery to overcome negativity
Elmhurst Police Department                 - What we learn from fellow officers who have won violent encounters

                                           Instruction will be provided by Winning Edge Training, Lt. Brian McKenna, Hazelwood,
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM                         Missouri Police Department. Lt. McKenna is a noted author and veteran of 31 years, who
                                           has writtten "Officer Down", a regular feature in Police Marksman Magazine for the last 20
                                           years.
Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.

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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           Law enforcement agencies use video taping for vehicle stops, breath analyzer tests, in
Mobile Video Taping-                       booking areas, and for monitoring public places for safety. It is essential that key legal
                                           concerns regarding the admissibility of these video tapes as evidence for court and for
Legal Aspects                              avoiding liability be addressed.

LEG036R                                    This eight hour course will give administrators, commanders and supervisory personnel
                                           valuable advice on how to begin, improve upon, and maintain these important initiatives. A
May 9, 2008                                broad scope of practical concerns regarding arrest, search and seizure and department
                                           policy development will be examined as well.
Buffalo Grove Police
Department                                 Topics to be discussed include:
                                           - 4th Amendment evidentiary concerns
                                           - Video tape gaps, erasures, and quality concerns
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Drug and alcohol checkpoints
                                           - Collaborating video tape evidence
Member Tuition: $50.00                     **Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
Non-Member Tuition: $150.00                the class in order to avoid being billed.

                                           This course will be taught by: Mr. Daniel Gilbert, Attorney at Law.
Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           This 8 hour course is provided through a Motor Vehicle Theft grant and will examine the
Motor Vehicle Theft                        varied aspects of this issue, including vehicle theft techniques, methods for detecting
                                           vehicle theft, investigation, and recovery techniques, as well as an overview of auto theft
for Patrol Officers                        operations. Participants will become familiarized with the Illinois Title System and Vehicle
                                           Identification Numbers and how they are altered.
(ISP)
                                           Officers attending this program will be able to:
INV040R                                    - Recognize techniques used by felons to steal vehicles
                                           - Identify methods to detect stolen vehicles, including recoveries
May 14, 2008                               - Verify vehicle title information
                                           - Conduct basic vehicle theft investigations
Arlington Heights Police                   - Employ methods to detect an altered manufacturer's VIN
Department                                 - Use the NICB manual as an investigative tool

                                           This course will be taught by: Instructors with the Illinois State Police.
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: None

Limit: 2 per Dept.




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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This two day 15 hour instructor training purpose is to develop a core cadre of trainers who
Multi-Hazard                               will provide technical assistance and serve as district and regional training resources.
Emergency Planning                         This course is designed to assist law enforcement and schools to better plan, prepare and
                                           manage critical incidents. The all hazard initiative addresses planning, response, recovery,
for Illinois Schools                       and mitigation in a comprehensive manner to include local community and county-wide
                                           critical incident response plans.
Trainer
                                           This model of preparation is based on National Incident Management System (NIMS)
TTT906R                                    guidelines for self-sustaining capacities up to 72 hours in the event of a catastrophe where
                                           first responders are unable to reach the school.
April 24-25, 2008
                                           Those attending will learn to develop effective emergency operations plans for a wide
Elgin Police Department                    variety of critical incidents that schools will experience. Topics will include:
                                           - Emergency Operations Management.
                                           - Planning, hazard analysis.
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Terrorism/Weapons of Mass Destruction.
                                           - Critical Incident Response Procedures.
Member Tuition: None                       - Table top drill and testing plans.
Non-Member Tuition: None                   Schools and police should consider sending a team including a school administrator and a
                                           school resource officer. Those attending will be expected to conduct training and technical
                                           assistance to school district administration regarding school emergency and crisis response
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         planning.

                                           School based Incident Command System organization structure for the management of
   New Course!                             critical incidents will be learned by local police, firefighters, emergency management, and
                                           educators from both the public and private schools.

                                           Extensive trainer materials will be provided, as well as a working lunch.

                                           This course is sponsored by: The Illinois State Board of Education in partnership with the
                                           Illinois Terrorism Task Force

                                           Any school, fire or ESDA personnel must be pre-registered by NEMRT member agency by
                                           fax transmission (630-896-4422). No direct pre-registrations will be accepted by the
                                           NEMRT registrar for non-law enforcement personnel.




                                           This 8-hour course is designed to provide officers of all ranks and levels with an overview
Non-Verbal                                 of nonverbal communication recognition and to improve their interaction and interviewing
                                           skills. Officers will develop an increased awareness of these human behaviors as they apply
Communication in                           to interactions with others, with a focus on interviewing.
Conjunction with                           Topics to be covered include:
                                           - Unconscious mechanisms - including body language, posture and
Interview Techniques                        body orientation
                                           - Paralanguage: "leakage"
COM075R                                    - Proxemics: object language
                                           - Behavioral deception detection cues
April 11, 2008
                                           This course will be taught by: Ms. Kathy Deka, PACT; and Mr. Francis Marrocco, F.B.I.
Mc Henry Police Department                 (Retired).

08:00 AM to 04:00 PM

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           In this program, participants will observe different officer down scenarios and demonstrate
Officer Down: Tactical                     "tactical rescues" of fellow officers who are in extreme danger and surrounded by a hostile
                                           group. These scenarios will be conducted with squad cars in quasi-traffic situations.
Response Techniques                        Additionally, techniques for the recovery of injured subjects will be practiced. These
                                           immediate response strategies are ideal for any agency, including smaller departments that
PHY008R                                    may not have the time or resources to use a SWAT team.

May 16, 2008                               Officers are taught tactics of approach, speed, diversion, and cover based on poblems often
                                           faced by rescue officers, like roadway obstructions, limited access, and limited return
Krause Center, Buffalo Grove               routes. Eight-officer team and two-vehicle tactics will be learned.

                                           Topics to be practiced and addressed include:
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - High profile timing issues
                                           - Approach, positioning, and cover
Member Tuition: None                       - Rescue officer responsibilities
                                           - Appropriate use of shotguns
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                - Smoke and other distractions
                                           - Concealing the rescue group
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         Officers should bring marked squads and wear protective soft body gear to this program.

                                           This course will be taught by: Captain Rick Drehoble, Rosemont Police Department; Chief
                                           Steven Balinski, Buffalo Grove Police Department.




                                           This eight hour course provides the latest information to any officer considering lifestyle
Officer Wellness and                       changes in diet, exercise, and stress strategies.
Fitness                                    The myriad studies, systems, and folk knowledge on how to best maintain optimum health
                                           are overwhelming. This course addresses everyday patterns of living and how they affect
PAT180R                                    officers' personal health and the expectations of their families and departments. Officers
                                           will be encouraged to develop plans regarding shift work, nutrition on the go, and stress
May 5, 2008                                reduction techniques.
Glenview Police Department                 Course topics which will be addressed by a nutritionist and physical fitness expert include:

                                           - Key issues regarding flexibility, strength and endurance
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Cardiovascular and injury reduction strategies
                                           - Overcoming nutritional challenges and options peculiar to police work
Member Tuition: None                       - Recommendations regarding weight training and weight loss
                                           - Managing sleep, alcohol, tobacco usage
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                - Diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, back pain
                                           - Managing joint problems, fibromyalgia, tendonitis, sprains and strains
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         This course will be taught by: Lieutenant James Volpe, Wheaton Police Department.




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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This two day practical course employs the latest G.P.S. technologies. Officers will
Physical Surveillance                      participate in physical surveillance exercises during the course.
Using G.P.S.                               Officers will learn how to install covert G.P.S. devices and gain experience from the
                                           surveillance exercises.
INV069R
                                           Topics to be addressed:
June 22-23, 2008
                                           - Monitoring and locating persons
Lemont Park District,                      - Effective documentation of activity
Quarry Room                                - Legal parameters
                                           - Radio and Nextel discipline
                                           - Planning a surveillance operation
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
                                           Officers should bring portable radios and are encouraged to bring G.P.S. equipment, if
                                           available.
Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $200.00                The instructor for this class will be Dennis Carroll, Kane County Sheriff Investigator.


Limit: 3 per Dept.


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                                           This three-day program instructs departments in starting, developing, or refreshing an
Police Honor Guard                         honor guard team or person. Ceremony drills will be practiced throughout this hands-on
                                           practical course, based on U.S. Marine Corps standards.
TRA060R
                                           Topics to be addressed include:
May 19-21, 2008                            - Basic drill instruction.
                                           - Basic rifle manual.
Maryville Academy,                         - Flag etiquette and formations.
Des Plaines                                - Ceremonial and parade marching.
                                           - Drill and protocol for funerals.
                                           - Use and performance of "gun salute".
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Ceremonial sword protocol.

                                           Those attending must bring the following: dress hats, belts, gloves, rifles and appropriate
Member Tuition: $225.00                    BLANK ammunition. (If the agency uses something other than M - 1 rifles, departments
Non-Member Tuition: $325.00                must supply their own blanks.) Each team must also bring 3flags, 3flag poles, 3 flag-
                                           carrying harnesses, and, if available, a departmental ceremonial sword.
                                           Drill training binders will be provided to each department attending.
Limit: 7 per Dept.
                                           Training teams of up to seven officers from one department will be permitted to attend.

                                           Lead instructor for this class is officer John Hutson of the Des Plaines Police Department.
   New Course!                             **Cancellations for this course must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
                                           the program in order to avoid being billed.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This 1-day class enables departments to have on staff officers with the tools, skills and
Police Mountain Bike                       knowledge to perform routine basic maintenance and repairs to police mountain bikes.
                                           These repairs are commonly performed at least once a year by local bike shops and can
Repair                                     prove to be costly.

PAT147R                                    Officers completing this class will be able to conduct a basic tune-up that includes:

May 29, 2008                               - Changing tires and tubes.
                                           - Adjusting and replacing brake pads and cables.
Burbank Police Department                  - Replacing and properly adjusting gear shift cables
                                           - Cleaning and replacing chains.
                                           - Headset adjustment.
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Bike nomenclature.
                                           - Pre-ride safety checks.
Member Tuition: $125.00                    - Proper bike fit.
Non-Member Tuition: $225.00                PARTICIPANTS MUST BRING A DEPARTMENT POLICE MOUNTAIN BIKE TO
                                           CLASS AND MUST WEAR CLOTHING APPROPRIATE FOR BIKE REPAIR WORK,
                                           INCLUDING SAFETY GLASSES.
Limit: 2 per Dept.
                                           An outstanding compact bike tool kit will be given to each student to use during the class
                                           and to keep for use upon returning to their departments.

                                           **Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
                                           the class in order to avoid being billed.

                                           This course will be taught by: Detective Bernard Hogancamp, Homewood Police
                                           Department; and Officer Raimond Ranne, Chicago Police Department.




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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           Recent high violence incidents, including deliberate ambushes and attacks against law
Police Urban                               enforcement officers and citizens by offenders armed with long guns, have caused police
                                           agencies to add centerfire rifles and carbines as standard patrol/emergency response
Rifle/Carbine Tactical                     equipment. This intensive three day course is designed to give firearms instructors and
                                           special weapons users a solid foundation in and understanding of the tactical application of
Shooting Skills                            rifle/carbine systems in law enforcement activities.

PHY518R                                    This course provides prerequisite training needed for the state-certified NEMRT 40 Hour
                                           Police Rifle/Carbine Instructor program. Officers who have attended previous rifle/carbine
May 19-21, 2008                            courses are encouraged to attend as an update and refresher.
Harvey Police Department                   Through classroom instruction and hands-on training, students will learn:
                                           - Safe weapon handling, operation, and deployment in high-stress operations
                                           - Care, cleaning, and maintenance of the firearm
Class meets at Harvey PD on                - Disassembly, reassembly, and basic armorers' considerations
May 19&20, and at the                      - Accessory equipment including night sights, scopes, flash suppressors, compensators,
Marseilles National Guard                    scope mounts, and check pieces
                                           - External and terminal ballistics of the.308 Winchester (7/62x51 m/m),.223(556 m/m), and
Range on May 21                              9m/m,.40 cal, and.45 cal pistol caliber rounds. Selecting the types of bullet configurations
                                             that apply to different tactical situations.
                                           - Position shooting on ranges from 3 yards to 330 yards
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Close-quarter shooting skills
                                           - Tactical deployment issues of the rifle/carbine
Member Tuition: $300.00
                                           Upon completion of this program, students will have been trained to safely and effectively
Non-Member Tuition: $450.00                employ the rifle/carbine in law enforcement applications.

                                           Please Note: This course does not provide certification as a rifle instructor.
Limit: 2 per Dept.
                                           Each student should bring:
                                           - Rifle or Carbine, 9m/m,.40,.45,.223, or.308 caliber
                                           - 4 magazines
                                           - Magazine pouches
                                           - 1250 rounds of ammunition- factory ammo in either commercial or military configuration

                                           Note: Any shooter with an AR-15 A1 original model rifle should only use ammo with a
                                           bullet grain weight of under 60 grains. DO NOT BRING MILITARY SS109 GREEN TIP
                                           62 GRAIN AMMO FOR EARLY MODEL RIFLES. THIS AMMO IS FOR BARREL
                                           TWIST RATES OF 1 IN 7 INCHES.

                                           Students should also bring:
                                           - Cleaning equipment (rod, bore brush, chamber brush, tooth brush, patches, solvent,
                                             lubricant)
                                           - Sling
                                           - Scope and mount optional
                                           - 3, one-gallon milk or water jugs filled with water
                                           - Notebook and pen
                                           - Students MUST wear shirts with tight-fitting necks and baseball type caps with bills to
                                             prevent hot brass from entering their clothing or falling behind protective eyewear.
                                           - Students should wear comfortable boots and bring sun block and/or rain gear, if necessary.

                                           - The use of elbow and knee pads is recommended.
                                           - Food and drink in a cooler for breaks and lunches - students will eat on the range every
                                             day.
                                           - Eye and ear protection is mandatory and no one will be allowed on the range without both
                                              items

                                           Every officer attending this course must receive a copy of this course outline to ensure that
                                           they are properly equipped.

                                           Attendance at this program is a prerequisite for participation in the 40 Hour Rifle/Carbine
                                           Instructor Program.

                                           ** Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
                                           the program in order to avoid being billed.

                                           This course will be taught by: Chief Jeff Chudwin, Olympia Fields Police Department.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This four hour course is designed to satisfy requirements set forth in Public Act 91-0129 that
Portable Weight Scale                      law enforcement officers weigh overweight trucks on portable scales, issue citations, and be
Certification                              certified in the use of those scales.

                                           The class will fulfill the practical portion of this requirement and will be a supplement to the
TRA019P                                    required standard 40 Hour Basic Truck Weight Enforcement class (taking the basic 40 hour
                                           program is a prerequisite for enrolling in this course). Law enforcement agencies not
                                           utilizing portable scales for weight enforcement are not required to complete this course.
April 5, 2008
Northbrook Police Department               Among the topics to be covered are:
                                           - Review of current law relative to truck weight enforcement
May 24, 2008                               - Review of the Weight and Standards Act
                                           - Practical exercises involving semi-portable and Wheel Weigher scales
Olympia Fields Police
Department                                 NOTE: Officers taking this class must have completed NEMRT's 40 Hour Basic Truck
                                           Weight Enforcement program or a similar program in the past five years in order to enroll in
                                           the course.
08:00 AM to 12:00 PM
                                           This course has been certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board. It
Member Tuition: $35.00                     is not approved for reimbursement.
Non-Member Tuition: $135.00
                                           ** Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
                                           the program in order to avoid being billed.
Limit: 2 per Dept.
                                           This course will be taught by: Chief James Linane, Elburn Police Department; and Patrol
                                           Sgt. Ronald Brandenburg, Elburn Police Department.




                                           This 3 day course will update officers already schooled as PPCT Defensive Tactics
PPCT Defensive                             instructors. Throughout the course, student instructors will take part in hands-on training
                                           and practice techniques and will teach others while learning themselves.
Tactics Instructor
                                           Topics to be addressed include:
Update
                                           - Use of force model
TTT310R                                    - Pressure point control
                                           - Joint manipulation and pressure
May 20-22, 2008                            - Handcuffing techniques from various positions
                                           - Responding to violent attacks
Elmhurst Police Department
                                           Participants must wear proper workout clothes and bring their handcuffs and leather with
                                           them to class.
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
                                           Officers will be recertified through the PPCT System of Instruction.
Member Tuition: None
                                           This course will be taught by: Sergeant Robert Nicholas, Elmhurst Police Department.
Non-Member Tuition: $300.00

Limit: 1 per Dept.




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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This course provides experienced investigators with the latest information on a number of
Practical Case Law                         case decisions which have significantly impacted the gathering of evidence, stopping
                                           vehicles, conducting searches, and questioning suspects.
Analysis
                                           A highly experienced criminal attorney will discuss the ramifications these decisions have
LEG043R                                    produced in investigations involving felonies and/or major cases. Mandated guidelines will
                                           be discussed in order to improve legal choices and minimize risks of exclusion or the
March 28, 2008                             quashing of warrants based on these new case law guidelines.
Darien Police Department                   This course will serve as a foundational update for experienced investigators who need to
                                           keep abreast of the following topics:
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Arrest, search and seizure
                                           - Exclusionary rule revisited
Member Tuition: None                       - Scope of the 4th Amendment
                                           - Reasonable suspicion and probable cause standards
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                - Plain touch, entering vehicles
                                           - Consent, frisks, and protective sweeps
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         This course will be taught by: Mr. Kevin Burke, Attorney at Law.




                                           Retirement planning is one of the most neglected aspects of an officer's career. As a result,
Pre-Retirement                             many early opportunities to meet requirement needs and dreams are overlooked. This
                                           course is designed for all officers, regardless of rank and age, and will assist students in
Planning                                   establishing their retirement goals and assessing various paths to meet those goals.

PAT015R                                    Topics to be addressed include:
                                           - Understanding departments' retirement systems
                                           - Police Pension Act
May 20, 2008                               - Alternative investment and savings vehicles
Lisle Police Department                    - Timing for tax advantage
                                           - Paying for health and life insurance
                                           - Determining net worth and real cost of living
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Lifestyles and locations: examining options
                                           - AARP and Elderhostel healthcare
Member Tuition: None                       This course will be taught by: Chief John Numrich and Lt. Edward Kopman, both retired
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                from the Carol Stream Police Department.


Limit: 2 per Dept.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This 8 hour program is designed for anyone within the law enforcement community and
Preventing and                             will examine diversity, discrimination and sexual harassment issues in today's complex
                                           workplace. From a risk management standpoint, this is an area that can bring the most
Resolving Sexual                           successful organization to its' knees. One recent lawsuit cost a law enforcement agency $3
                                           million. Texaco has paid out $176 million dollars in damages resulting from a sexual
Harassment in the                          harassment lawsuit. Ford and Mitsubishi have paid $7.5 million and $34 million
                                           respectively.
Workplace
                                           However..."If it is predictable, it is preventable." Sexual harassment is a form of
MAN003R                                    discrimination which an organization can identify and address long before it becomes a
                                           legal issue. Students are encouraged to bring their agencies' Sexual Harassment policies to
June 6, 2008                               class for discussion.
Batavia Police Department                  Topics for review include:
                                           - Quid pro quo
                                           - Vicarious liability
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Hostile work environment
                                           - Tangible employment action
Member Tuition: None                       - Protected activities
                                           - A company's or agency's "alter ego"
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00
                                           This course will be taught by: Deputy Chief Chuck Mader, Bloomingdale Police
                                           Department (Retired).
Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           This course is for female employees such as dispatchers, secretaries, and clerks who
Proper Lock-Up                             perform lockup procedures with incoming female prisoners. Topics to be addressed include:
Procedures for Female                      - Duties of the police searcher
                                           - Reasons departments utilize women in this capacity
Arrestees by Female                        - Legal aspects and prisoner rights
                                           - Legal aspects of department liability
Personnel                                  - Prisoner search techniques - do's and don'ts
                                           - Prisoner searches - a practical exercise
PHY003R                                    - Suggestions and solutions to common problems encountered by staff

May 12-13, 2008                            This course will be taught by: Patrol Officer Valeria Mac, Chicago Police
                                           Department/Training Academy.
Buffalo Grove Police
Department

08:00 AM to 04:00 PM

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $200.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This eight hour course addresses issues vital to planning for high-risk warrant execution,
Raid Planning and                          including the elements of tactical scouting, route planning, briefing, entry methods, role of
                                           the containment team, role of the arrest team, and post-raid critique. This course is ideal for
High Risk Warrant                          officers who regularly participate in drug enforcement raids and SWAT team warrant
                                           service.
Service
                                           Topics to be addressed include:
INV701R                                    - Bombs and booby traps
                                           - Uniform and equipment considerations
April 23, 2008                             - Clandestine drug labs
                                           - Threat assessments of raid target
Matteson Police Department                 - To knock or Not knock: policies and tactics
                                           - Networks for support and mutual aid
                                           - Video tape and photography usage
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Assessment of breaching methods and materials
                                           - Entry teams, containment teams, and snipers
Member Tuition: None                       - Elements of post-operation debriefing
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                Officers will be provided with a raid checklist to aid them in operations.

                                           This course will be taught by: Lt. Alan Kulovitz, Cook County Sheriff's Department
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         (Retired).


                                           This four-day course has been designed to certify officers as instructors who can teach
Rapid Deployment                           Rapid Deployment- Immediate Action techniques and tactics. The focus of this program
                                           will be to provide officers with the knowledge, specialized tactical skills, and associated
Instructors Course                         printed material that they will need to develop, implement, and teach Rapid Deployment-
                                           Immediate Action.
TTT313R
                                           Rapid Deployment- Immediate Action is the swift and immediate deployment of law
                                           enforcement resources to an ongoing, life-threatening "Active Shooter" type situation.
March 24-27, 2008                          Failure to act could have catastrophic consequences resulting in death and/or great bodily
Buffalo Grove Police Dept.                 harm to innocent people. These incidents may also necessitate the immediate and rapid
                                           deployment of patrol personnel to contain and prevent the escape of an armed and
                                           dangerous offender or the rescue of a downed officer and/or civilian.
3:00 PM to 11:00 PM
                                           Topics addressed during this scenario-based course include:
                                           - Team formation, room clearing
Member Tuition: $350.00                    - Conventional barricade hostage tactics
Non-Member Tuition: $450.00                - Integrated tactics: first responders, contact and rescue teams
                                           - Use of force and safety priorities
                                           - Equipment and identification requirements
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         - Explosive devices
                                           - Command post and integration of multiple agency responses
                                           - Verbal skills
                                           - Deployment and firearms handling

                                           It is recommended that participants have previous instructional experience and a working
                                           knowledge of these tactics.

                                           Students are required to bring:
                                           - Eye protection
                                           - Pencil/pen and notebook
                                           - Duty leather and pistol
                                           - Duty flashlight
                                           - Department issued shotgun or tactical rifle/carbine (weapons should be equipped with
                                             slings, no bolt-action rifles)
                                           - Soft body armor
                                           - Ballistic helmet if available
                                           - Ballistic shield if available
                                           - Comfortable clothing and boots, no shorts (fatigues/BDUs suggested). NOTE: Students
                                             will participate in multiple tactical exercises and can expect to get dirty.
                                           - Water to drink during tactical exercises

                                           ** Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
                                           the class in order to avoid being billed.

                                           This course will be taught by: Sergeant Edward Mohn, Libertyville Police Department.


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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This course provides a comprehensive review of recent United States Supreme Court, 7th
Recent Case Law:                           Circuit Court, and Illinois case law that directly affects Illinois law enforcement personnel.
                                           Officers attending this program will not only learn about recent rulings, they will also be
How It Affects Police                      able to apply these rulings directly to their professional responsibilities and adjust their on-
                                           the-job conduct accordingly. Influences on laws regarding rules of evidence, traffic, civil
Operations                                 disputes, and jurisdiction will be discussed. 4th Amendment cases will be particularly
                                           emphasized and other cases will be discussed as time allows.
LEG047R
                                           Please note: It is strongly recommended that officers attending this program should already
May 28, 2008                               have completed an Arrest, Search, and Seizure course of instruction.
Lake in the Hills Police                   This course will be taught by: Mr. Dale Anderson, Attorney at Law.
Department Safety Learning
Center

08:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           This one day program provides assistance to department recruiters by providing them with
Recruitment of Police                      the latest state, federal, and C.A.L.E.A. guidelines for recruiting potential applicants.
Applicants                                 Included in this course will ba a thorough discussion on how to better use schools, the
                                           media, online applications, and written publications to improve the recruitment process.
MAN071R
                                           Unconventional and unique marketing strategies will be included.
April 8, 2008
                                           Topics to be addressed include:
Lansing Police Department
                                           * Equal Opportunity and Diversity Issues
                                           * Setting Recruitment priorities
April 22, 2008                             * C.A.L.E.A. guidelines
Palatine Police Department                 * Policy recommendations
                                           * Recruitment strategies and contacts
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM                         Instructor for this class will be Officer Michael Tavolacci, Bartlett Police Department.

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.


      New Course!


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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This program is designed for officers with less than five years of on-the-job experience.
Report Writing                             Fundamental writing guidelines and suggestions will be addressed.

COM408R                                    Topics covered:

March 6, 2008                              -Correct grammar
                                           -Examining current writing standards
Northbrook Police Department               -Methods to simplify report writing and reading
                                           -Emphasizing the importance of complete records
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       Participants are required to bring paper, a black non-erasable (not felt tip) pen and blank
                                           copies of their department's case report forms. These will be handed to the instructor at the
Member Tuition: None                       start of the class.
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                This course will be taught by: Sgt. Bernie Hogancamp of the Homewood Police
                                           Department.
Limit: 2 per Dept.


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                                           This program is designed for officers with less than five years of on the job experience and
Report Writing for                         will review fundamental writing guidelines and suggestions. This program is also
                                           appropriate for more experienced officers needing to improve their report writing
Patrol Officers                            proficiency. Most importantly, it will prompt officers to re-examine their current writing
                                           standards and the impact these standards have upon follow-up investigations, courtroom
COM406R                                    testimony, and civil litigation.

May 22, 2008                               Specific objectives include:
                                           - Examining current writing standards
Hodgkins Police Department                 - Methods to simplify report writing and reading
                                           - Emphasizing the importance of complete records
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       Participants are required to bring paper, a black non-erasable pen (not felt tip), and blank
                                           copies of their departments' case report forms. These will be handed to the instructor at the
Member Tuition: None                       start of the class.
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                This course will be taught by: Lt. Anthony Zimmerman, Crystal Lake Police Department
                                           (Retired).
Limit: 2 per Dept.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           42 USC, Section 1983, is a federal statute which allows citizens/suspects to successfully
Risk Management and                        sue officers for violation of their civil rights. Officers are becoming increasingly more
                                           vulnerable to suit under Section 1983. Consequently, they must familiarize themselves with
Civil Liability- Section                   the rules related to civil rights actions, particularly those based on 4th Amendment rights.
                                           Officers attending this class will learn how to avoid these suits and, if sued, how to avoid
1983                                       liability.

MAN815R                                    This course will be taught by: Mr. Dale Anderson, Attorney at Law.

April 30, 2008
Gurnee Police Department

08:00 AM to 04:00 PM

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.


                                           This two day practical lab addresses the critical necessity of evidence technicians and
Sex Assault Crime                          investigators responding appropriately to crimes scenes where sexual assault is being
                                           investigated. Those attending this course must have completed, at minimum, a 40 hour
Scene Practical                            state-certified evidence technician course.

INV102R                                    Each training module during this intensive class will require students to work in teams to
                                           evaluate and process crime scenes. Additionally, these teams will participate in scene walk
March 27-28, 2008                          throughs, scene assessment, and scene processing to be followed by debriefings and
                                           critiques.
Batavia Police Department
                                           Practical exercises will focus on the following evidentiary concerns:
Class meets from 12-8pm on                 - Personal safety.
March 27, and from 8am-4pm on              - Evidence packaging.
March 28                                   - Clothing examination.
                                           - Evidence assessments.
                                           - Scene diagraming.
Member Tuition: $125.00                    - Report writing.
                                           - Team case presentations.
Non-Member Tuition: $225.00                - Crime scene photography.

Limit: 2 per Dept.                         Those attending must be prepared for inclement weather since practical exercises will take
                                           place outside. Students must also bring the following equipment or they will be excused
                                           from the course:

                                           - 35 mm or digital camera and kits
                                           - Tripod
                                           - Removable flash unit
                                           - Shutter release cable
                                           - 1 roll 24 exposure color film
                                           - 100 foot tape measure
                                           - Flashlight
                                           - Blank notebook

                                           **Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
                                           the class in order to avoid being billed.

                                           This course will be taught by: Patrol Officer Michael Kirby, Wheeling Police Department.




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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This course examines critical techniques required to successfully investigate sex crimes.
Sex Crimes                                 Participants will study techniques used by experienced investigators and discuss case
                                           studies and tactics used to bring investigations to a successful close. Students will also
Investigation                              discuss some of the troubling issues raised by these crimes and examine non-rape sexual
                                           crimes.
INV008R
                                           Course topics include:
April 22-23, 2008                          - Emotional response of victims
                                           - Questioning victims, suspects, and witnesses
Gurnee Police Department                   - Identifying, protecting, and preserving evidence
                                           - Understanding the appropriate role of sexual assault centers
                                           - Special concerns for colleges and universities
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
                                           This course will be taught by: Commander Joseph Kocek, Tinley Park Police Department
Member Tuition: None                       (Retired).
Non-Member Tuition: $200.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           The Sex Offender Registration Act (730 ILCS 150) took effect in 1996, but continues to
Sex Offender                               evolve as new laws are passed. This comprehensive law affects law enforcement agencies
                                           in jurisdictions in which sexual predators or sex offenders expect to reside, work, or attend
Registration Update                        school after their discharge, parole, or release, or during the service of their sentence of
                                           probation or conditional discharge. Illinois law enforcement agencies are required to
PAT732R                                    register these adult and child sex offenders as well as ensure their profiles are entered into
                                           the LEADS Caution File.
April 9, 2008
                                           This course will concentrate on the broad range of responsibilities prescribed by this act.
Naperville Police Department               Any investigator, manager, or administrator whose duties include record entry, house
                                           checks, investigations or compliance issues would benefit from this update.
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       Topics to be addressed include:
                                           - Categories of criminal offenses
Member Tuition: None                       - Positive identification and documentation
                                           - Electronic data files
Non-Member Tuition: None                   - Notification forms and photographs
                                           - Reporting requirements
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         This course will be taught by: Mr. Craig Burge, Illinois State Police.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This course will prepare police supervisors to respond to all types of critical incidents
Simulation-Based                           ranging from natural disasters to terrorist attacks. A combination of classroom instruction
                                           and practical exercises on a "model city simulator" will give every student in the class a
Training for Initial                       chance to manage a critical incident in a "win-able" setting. Officers will practice the seven
                                           Critical Tasks that can stabilize a dangerous scene and greatly enhance officer safety.
Responders
                                           Topics to be covered include:
PAT084R                                    - Role of the first responder/supervisor
                                           - Basic concepts of terrorism
April 15-17, 2008                          - Weapons of mass destruction
                                           - Critical Incident Stress
Lake in the Hills Police                   - Multi-agency response
Department Safety Learning                 - Incident Command System(ICS)
                                           - Pre-incident planning
Center
                                           Every attendee will be given the opportunity to participate in simulated, table-top exercises.
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
                                           This course is licensed through the Bomac Corporation with training provided by the
                                           Illinois State Police.
Member Tuition: $110.00
                                           This program has been submitted for funding by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training
Non-Member Tuition: $210.00                Standards Board. If approved, tuition for this program will be waived.

Limit: 2 per Dept.                         **Cancellation must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of this program in
                                           order to avoid being billed.

                                           This course will be taught by: Lt. Michael Marchese, Schaumburg Police Department; and
                                           Lt. JC Paez, Hoffman Estates Police Department.
                                           This one day, 8 hour seminar is designed to enhance the supervisory and management skills
Solutions to                               of middle management personnel and is taught in an interactive learning environment. This
                                           program will include discussions about evaluations, problem employees, conflict
Supervision and                            management, discipline, and career planning. The practical benefits of effective supervision
                                           will be reinforced through examination of case studies, real life examples, and personal
Management Issues                          accounts.

MAN201R                                    Topics to be addressed in this program include:

                                           - Performance evaluation:
April 21, 2008                                Perparing for a performance evaluation
Suburban Law Enforcement                      Conducting an effective interview
Academy - C.O.D.,                             Performance improvement plans (PIP's)
                                              Establishing realistic work-related goals
OCC 155                                       Effective follow-up procedures
                                           - Managing problem employees:
                                              Absenteeism
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM                            Substance abuse
                                              Poor morale
Member Tuition: $175.00                       Domestic abuse
                                           - Conflict in the workplace:
Non-Member Tuition: $275.00                   Conflict resolution styles
                                              Management of conflict
                                              Redirection of conflict for positive results
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         - Fair discipline:
                                              Due process
                                              Precedent setting

      New Course!                             Progressive discipline
                                              Documentation
                                              The concept of equitable treatment
                                           - Career compass:
                                              Expectations
                                              Core values
                                              Character
                                              Dealing with ethical "stumbles"

                                           **Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
                                           class in order to avoid being billed.

                                           This course will be taught by: Instructors with the Suburban Law Enforcement Academy.


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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This course is ideal for members of SWAT teams, Crisis Response Teams, and instructors
Specialized Fitness                        who develop physical training programs for tactical teams. Tactical team members need to
                                           have specific physical skills to effectively and safely carry out their duties. This course will
Training for SWAT                          educate tactical team members and tactical trainers on how to improve tactical specific
                                           fitness levels.
Officers
                                           Instruction will include:
PHY037R                                    - Tactical movement skills
                                           - Speed drills
April 22, 2008                             - Shooting drills
                                           - Evasive maneuvers
Elgin Police Department
                                           Required equipment: vest and duty belt
May 8, 2008                                Please wear workout attire.
Glenview Police Department
                                           This course will be taught by: James DiNaso, Police Kinesiology Company, M.S. Exercise
                                           Science; and Capt. Brian Marvin, Cole County Sheriff’s Department (Retired).
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.


   New Course!

                                           This intensive two day program approaches vehicle stops with a realistic view of tactical
STOPS: Strategies and                      deployment. Students will examine dangers associated with traffic stops, review "officer
                                           killed" statistics, and participate in practical scenarios to improve their physical and mental
Tactics of Patrol Stops                    approaches.

TRA003R                                    Tactical recommendations will be provided for each of the three general types of traffic
                                           stop situations officers confront: Low, High, and Unknown Risk. Topics to be practiced and
May 5-6, 2008                              discussed include:
Calumet Park Police                        - Low risk approaches
Department                                 - Tactical walk up, walk back, and walk through
                                           - Assessing vehicle stops
                                           - Examining cover, escape, and evasion tactics
May 12-13, 2008                            - Moving, drawing, and taking appropriate action
Round Lake Beach Police                    - Changing tactics during a vehicle stop
                                           - Tactics for pedestrian contact
Department                                 - Backup positioning
                                           - Drug interdiction stops
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       This course is licensed by special agreement with the Shelbyville, Indiana Police
                                           Department.
Member Tuition: None
                                           Officers should bring their department vehicles and duty equipment and dress for practical
Non-Member Tuition: $200.00                exercises.

                                           This course will be taught by: Officer Duane Kroll, Bloomingdale Police Department.
Limit: 2 per Dept.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This program has been designed to familiarize police officers with the various types of
Street Drugs                               illegal drugs found on the streets today. Current drug trends and the following topics will be
                                           discussed:
PAT406R
                                           - Officer safety issues
                                           - Drug identification
April 15, 2008                             - Effects upon user: appearance and dependence
St. Charles Police Department              - Drug paraphernalia
                                           - Elements needed for delivery and drug possession charges
                                           - Elements needed for In-Plain View drug charges
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
                                           This course will be taught by: Lieutenant Art Martinez, Cook County Sheriff's Police
                                           Department (Retired).
Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           This one day program provides an overview of individual street gangs and the criminal
Street Gang                                activity with which they are most commonly associated. It is designed for patrol personnel
                                           and new investigators. Students will review the following topics:
Identification and
                                           - Street gang identification
Activities Overview                        - Street gang investigations
                                           - Street gang prosecutions
PAT403R
                                           This course will be taught by: Officer Robert Bailey, West Chicago Police Department.
May 6, 2008
Carpentersville Fire Station 3

08:00 AM to 04:00 PM

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




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Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This four day, hands-on course is specifically designed for first line patrol and
Supervising/Managing                       administrative support services personnel responsible for supervising and managing Field
                                           Training Officers and probationary employees.
the Field Training
                                           This course emphasizes necessary components of supervising probationers and Field
Process                                    Training Officers at the patrol shift level to ensure that administrative guidelines and legal
                                           requirements are met. Two essential supervisory responsibilities will be highlighted: (1) the
MAN200R                                    ability to comprehensively examine probationer performance documentation in accordance
                                           with the revised, legally defensible standardized (non-numerical) Field Training and
May 13-16, 2008                            Evaluation Process assessment guidelines, and (2) auditing the probationer's on-the-job
                                           training to ensure the Field Training Unit utilizes the most appropriate instructional
Estelle Sieb Community Center              techniques for corrective action. Presentation will focus upon discussion of critial Field
(Norridge)                                 Training issues as well as hands-on completion of course materials during small group and
                                           individual in-class exercises. Students are required to complete out-of-classroom reading
                                           assignments. Course content will include:
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
                                           - Field Training and Evaluation Process structures that work to produce a Self-Reliant
                                             Probationer (TM)
Member Tuition: $225.00                    - Essential contents of the Probationary Officer's Manual
Non-Member Tuition: $350.00                - Definition of Field Training Officer duties/responsibilities: recruitment, training,
                                             mentoring, and compensation issues
                                           - Field Training Process software applications, in-class demonstrations
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         - FTO scheduling issues/resource allocation
                                           - Understanding performance assessment components
                                           - Auditing the Daily Observational Report: Application of standardized evaluation
                                             guidelines
                                           - Auditing the FTO's application of on-shift instructional techniques
                                           - Auditing Probationer training and coaching documentation
                                           - Conducting Weekly Performance Summary process meetings
                                           - Special focus: the Not Responding to Training Probationer and extension of training
                                           - Supervising the development of Performance Improvement Plans
                                           - Supervising Probationers during (Step V), the solo patrol certification period
                                           - Preparing Probationer Employment Status Reports/Recommendations
                                           - Assessing the effectiveness of Field Training Officers and the Field Training Process
                                           - Defending against State and Federal wrongful discharge claims.

                                           PLEASE NOTE: Students should bring a copy of their agency's current Field Training and
                                           Evaluation Process manual and forms.

                                           **Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
                                           class in order to avoid being billed.

                                           This course will be taught by: Mr. Bruce Sokolove, Field Training Associates, Field
                                           Training Associates.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This practical course will assist officers in developing the skills needed to fight on the
Tactical Ground                            ground. Whether overpowered, off-balance, or injured, this course will give them the
                                           tactical advantage to survive.
Fighting
                                           Situations often arise involving the use of escalated force At these times, officers are more
PHY028R                                    susceptible to injury, have less control over their firearms, have less visibility and mobility,
                                           and the assailant(s) have the option of escaping.
April 17, 2008
                                           Participants will learn how to increase their mobility, protect their firearms, protect their
Fox Valley Park District: Prisco           bodies, and increase their overall fighting and shooting positions.
Community Center, Aurora
                                           Topics to be addressed include:
                                           - Best ways to fall and land safely (forward and backward)
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Best ways to roll and when it's appropriate to do so
                                           - Best ways to throw opponents when you are on the ground
                                           - Best ways to block and counterstrike
Member Tuition: None                       - Edged weapon defense techniques when officers are on the ground
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                - Firearm techniques from the ground
                                           - Baton techniques from the ground
                                           - Fighting multiple assailants from the ground
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         - Off-balance techniques (before officers hit the ground)
                                           - Techniques against swords and machetes
                                           - Ground grappling
                                           - Best ways to get up (recover) from the ground
                                           - Modern Warrior's concepts of Time Framing and Physio-kinetics

                                           Officers attending this program should wear gym clothes. They may bring their duty belts
                                           and soft body armor if they wish, but these are not required.

                                           This course will be taught by: Officer Craig Sline, Homewood Police Department; and
                                           Detective Bernard Hogancamp, Homewood Police Department.




                                           This practical, three-day instructor course will assist departments in providing them with an
Tactical                                   internal trainer to train officers if they are on the ground. Whether overpowered, off-
                                           balance, or injured, this course will give them the tactical advantage to survive.
Groundfighting
                                           Situations often arise which involve use of escalated force, where officers are more
Instructor                                 susceptible to injury, have less control over their firearms, and have less visibility and
                                           mobility, while the assailant(s) have the option of escaping.
TTT016R
                                           Participants will learn how to increase their mobility, protect their firearms, protect their
April 7-9, 2008                            bodies, and increase their overall fighting and shooting positions.
Hoffman Estates Police                     Topics to be addressed include:
Department                                 - Best ways to fall and land safely (forward and backward)
                                           - Best ways to roll, and when it's appropriate to do so
                                           - Best ways to throw opponents when you are on the ground
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Best ways to block and counterstrike
                                           - Edged weapon defense techniques when you are on the ground
                                           - Firearm techniques from the ground
Member Tuition: $350.00                    - Baton techniques from the ground
Non-Member Tuition: $450.00                - Fighting multiple assailants from the ground
                                           - Off-balance techniques (before you hit the ground)
                                           - Techniques against swords and machetes
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         - Ground grappling
                                           - Best ways to get up (recover) from the ground
                                           - Modern Warrior's concepts of Time Framing and Physio-kinetics

      New Course!                          Experienced Instructor-Officers should wear gym clothes, and may bring their duty belts
                                           and soft body armor if they wish, but these items are not required.

                                           ** Cancellations for this course must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
                                           the class in order to avoid being billed.




 98                                                                                           North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.
Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This course will improve your officer's pre-trial preparation and courtroom demeanor for
Testifying in A DUI                        DUI cases. Course topics include:
Trial                                      - Report writing
                                           - Case preparation
LEG009R                                    - Summary suspension hearings
                                           - Motions to suppress
May 14, 2008                               - "Miranda" update
                                           - Techniques to improve courtroom testimony
Berwyn Police Department
                                           Videotapes and role playing of courtroom tactics will also be used to demonstrate ideas and
                                           topics presented in class.
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
                                           Students should bring a copy of their agencies' Alcohol Influence Report forms, as well as
Member Tuition: None                       lists of concerns their departments have regarding DUI testimony.
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                This program has been submitted for funding to the Illinois Department of Transportation
                                           through the Police Traffic Services Training Project. Lodging and per diem costs will be
                                           paid by the participants' agencies. State rates will apply. North East Multi-Regional
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         Training, Inc. reserves the right to structure the class in accordance with IDOT grant
                                           conditions.

                                           This course will be taught by: Training Coordinator Thomas Turek, Schaumburg Police
                                           Department.




                                           This course has been designed to improve the quality of an officer's pre-trial preparation
Testifying in Court                        and courtroom demeanor.

LEG054R                                    Topics to be covered are:
                                           - The importance of reports
April 18, 2008                             - Organizing information
                                           - Structuring the narrative
East Hazel Crest Village Hall              - Characteristics of effective reports
                                           - Reviewing and evaluating evidence
                                           - Preparing a case for prosecution, from DUIs to first degree murder
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Motions to suppress statements
                                           - Motions to quash arrest
Member Tuition: None                       - Legal updates
                                           - Expert witness testimony
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00
                                           Courtroom demonstrations will also be used to aid participants and reinforce information
                                           conveyed in class.
Limit: 2 per Dept.
                                           This course will be taught by: Mr. Earl Grinbarg, Cook County State's Attorney (Retired).




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This course focuses primarily on constitutional law cases related to the obtaining of
The Laws of                                statements from suspects by officers. These cases include voluntariness issues (14th
                                           Amendment), Miranda issues (5th Amendment), Massiah issues (6th Amendment), and
Interrogation - How to                     Dunaway issues (4th Amendment). Officers attending this class will learn not only the case
                                           law related to these issues, but also how to apply the rules to their professional
Take Statements                            responsibilities.

LEG060R                                    This course will be taught by: Mr. Dale Anderson, Attorney at Law.

April 16, 2008
Riverdale Police Department

08:00 AM to 04:00 PM

Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           As new policing strategies, protocols, and technologies continue to impact the way
Training Manager                           departments do business, the job responsibilities of the training supervisor/coordinator
                                           continue to expand correspondingly. Whether it requires better documentation by utilizing
Specialist                                 the computer, responding to the department's new job tasks, more traditional liabilities, or
                                           new workforce issues, those in charge must be adept at providing practical solutions, must
MAN043R                                    be prepared for litigation and courtroom challenges, and have immediate access to
                                           resources and information to effectively train the department to its mission.
April 14-16, 2008
                                           This 24 hour career development course will provide the department's manager, training
Westchester Police Department              coordinator, or supervisor with the latest information on how to better utilize resources,
                                           adapt to liability concerns, and prepare for liability issues associated with training.
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       Topics to be addressed include:
                                           - Computer software applications for managing training records
Member Tuition: None                       - Integrating the department's career development plan with the training plan
                                           - Working within a budget and/or without much of a training budget
Non-Member Tuition: $300.00                - Liabilities, less lethal force, defensive tactics, and firearms training
                                           - State mandates and models that require the Training Manager's attention
                                           - Career development, remedial training, and adult education issues
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         - Examining national, statewide, and local resources
                                           - Best practices for utilizing Mobile Team and Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards
                                             Board resources
                                           - Accepted personnel definitions, training standards, and professional associations

                                           Experienced training managers, instructors, NEMRT staff, and field representatives from
                                           the ILETSB will provide the latest information.

                                           This course has been certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board.

                                           This course will be taught by: Deputy Chief Dale Gustafson, Homewood Police
                                           Department; Deputy Chief Chuck Mader, Bloomingdale Police Department (Retired); and
                                           Deputy Chief Patrick Kreis, Winnetka Police Department.


100                                                                                          North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.
Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           Recently, a number of conflicting and disturbing case law precedents have changed the way
Trouble Shooting                           officers approach search and seizure. Practices that until now have been accepted as
                                           reasonable have caused evidence and arrests to be overturned.
Search and Seizure
                                           An experienced attorney and law expert will guide investigators, tactical officers, and patrol
LEG049R                                    officers through the most recent critical case law that has affected basic street enforcement
                                           and investigative practices.
April 1, 2008
                                           Recommendations on tactics that will hold up in court in practical situations will be
Bolingbrook Police Department              exchanged in a highly interactive classroom environment. Due to the comprehensive nature
                                           of this special presentation, experienced officers, supervisors and major case task force
                                           investigators are encouraged to attend.
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
                                           Topics addressed include:
Member Tuition: $50.00
                                           - Suspicious stops and vehicle stops.
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                - Questioning of passengers in vehicles.
                                           - 4th Amendment interpretations.
                                           - Consent searches.
Limit: 2 per Dept.
                                           All attendees will be provided with a comprehensive law guide to use as a permanent
                                           reference for their department.

                                           This course will be taught by: Mr. Kevin Burke, Attorney at Law.

                                           **Cancellations for this class must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of the
                                           program in order to avoid being billed.




                                           This refresher course is primarily designed to aid officers who have previously been
Truck Weight                               certified by the State of Illinois in a 40 Hour Basic Truck Weight Enforcement course and
                                           feel they need their skills and knowledge refreshed. The course will include an overview of
Refresher                                  current weight and dimension regulations in Illinois.

TRA014R                                    This program will also include practical exercises designed to challenge each student's
                                           current knowledge. Each participant will be supplied with handout materials containing
June 6, 2008                               updated information.
Oak Lawn Police Department                 Topics to be discussed:
                                           - Types of tractor-trailer combinations
                                           - Recognition of overweight, over-dimension vehicles on
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                        designated and non-designated roads
                                           - Illinois traffic law relative to second division vehicles
Member Tuition: None                       - IDOT policy on permit moves
                                           - The CDL
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00
                                           Participation is restricted to officers who have completed a 40 Hour Truck Weight
                                           Enforcement course. Students are to bring a basic, hand-held calculator to class.
Limit: 2 per Dept.
                                           This course will be taught by: Chief James Linane, Elburn Police Department.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This one day class will provide investigators with the key skills to employ GPS
Use of Covert GPS                          technologies to support the investigative functions. GPS has been accepted by the courts for
                                           law enforcement use.
(Global Positioning
                                           GPS is a United States Department of Defense program that uses a series of 24 satellites
Systems) in Criminal                       that orbit above the earth at approximately 11,000 miles out, with a 24/7 application.
                                           Digital signals of coded information are sent out so that from any point on earth at least 4
Investigations                             satellites are above the horizon at any time.

INV068R                                    Older models have been replaced by hand-held, non commercial use devices that are less
                                           expensive and appropriate for vehicle installation for uses in general investigations,
May 16, 2008                               intelligence gathering, internal affairs, remote control activations, and for "bait vehicles".
Elmhurst Police Department                 Narcotics, burglaries, and homicide case applications will be discussed.

                                           Highlighted throughout the course will be:
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
                                           - Enhanced surveillance, active and passive
Member Tuition: None                       - Data logging, real time, "near" real time, and tracking
                                           - Geo-fencing, test messaging/e-mail
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00                - Legal considerations and case analysis
                                           - Procurement and cost concerns
                                           - Practical uses for successful investigations
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         - New generational capabilities
                                           - How GPS can save money from a manpower allocation perspective

   New Course!                             This course would be an excellent course to take prior to the forthcoming 16 hour Practical
                                           Physical Surveillance and Electronic Tracking Course that will be offered this Spring.

                                           The instructor for this course will be Dennis Carroll, Kane County Sheriff's Department.




                                           This course explores changes that have occurred in federal and Illinois law regarding the
Use of Force                               use of deadly force. Participants will be reintroduced to the Illinois Revised Statutes and the
                                           U.S. Supreme Court case of Tennessee vs. Garner from a supervisory perspective.
Workshop for                               Situations to be studied include forcible felonies, threat of life, and arrestee/prisoner
                                           escapes. Videotapes of actual police shootings will be viewed and handouts, including
Sergeants and                              copies of the statutes, will be provided.
Lieutenants                                The course will also cover the following:
                                           - Excessive force and reasonable force
LEG030R                                    - Gaining entry and resisting arrest
                                           - Effecting an arrest
May 21, 2008                               - Federal constraints
                                           - Types of offenses and the use of force
Summit Police Department                   - Civil litigation on the subject

                                           Emphasis will be placed on imparting and using informed judgments in practical situations
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       that arise.
                                           This course will be taught by: Lieutenant James Volpe, Wheaton Police Department.
Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




102                                                                                           North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.
Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course in order to
                      avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This 3 hour program is structured for officers who regularly encounter and process
Vehicle Reclamation                        abandoned, lost, stolen, and unclaimed vehicles. Students will review Chapters 3 and 4 of
                                           the Illinois Vehicle Code, as well as the applicable regulations of the Secretary of State's
PAT003R                                    Office.

June 3, 2008                               Course topics include:
                                           - The current laws regarding abandoned, lost, stolen, and unclaimed vehicles
Glenview Police Department                 - Disposal of unclaimed vehicles
                                           - Obtaining junking certificates for junk vehicles
                                           - The mechanic's lien process for obtaining the title to a vehicle
08:00 AM to 11:00 AM                       - An overview of laws governing relocators

Member Tuition: None                       This course will be taught by: Sgt. Ed Kirkpatrick, Illinois Secretary of State Police.
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




                                           Traditionally, vehicle stops have been one of the most hazardous duties performed by
Vehicle Stops                              police officers. This 16 hour course is designed to provide officers with information and
                                           techniques which allow them to conduct high-risk stops from positions of advantage and
TRA001R                                    safety. Instruction will take the form of classroom lecture, video presentation, and practical
                                           exercises.
April 14-15, 2008
                                           Instruction will include:
Lincolnwood Police Department              - Preparation, planning, and equipment considerations related to felony vehicle stops
                                           - Complaint, non-complaint, ruse, and other vehicle stop techniques
                                           - Removal, searching, and control of subject(s)
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Securing the subject vehicle

Member Tuition: None                       The following materials should be brought to class:
                                           - Note-taking material
Non-Member Tuition: $200.00                - Handcuffs
                                           - Leather gear
                                           - Duty handgun
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         - Department vehicle

                                           This course will be taught by: Sergeant Pat McGee, Cook County Sheriff's Department.




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      Unless otherwise indicated, cancellations must be received by NEMRT 7 days prior to the beginning of a course
                 in order to avoid being billed for that course. Exceptions will be noted where applicable.

                                           This interactive program provides advanced street survival skills for all peace officers,
Verbal Judo                                regardless of experience. Students will learn communication techniques that improve their
                                           interpersonal skills and officer safety during various street encounters. Through this
COM004R                                    disciplined, common-sense approach, officers will maintain control of the communication
                                           process.
March 3-4, 2008
                                           Gaining control of verbal encounters de-escalates conflicts and reduces the risk of injury to
Mc Henry Police Department                 officers, backups, and subjects. A highly trained police self-defense instructor will discuss
                                           the application of these techniques in a variety of situations, including simple traffic stops,
                                           routine street encounters, and extraordinary confrontations. Course topics include:
April 8-9, 2008
Northbrook Police Department               - Acquiring an attitude of winning
                                           - Shaping the street encounter through actions and words
                                           - What is confrontational rhetoric?
08:00 AM to 04:00 PM                       - Learning to read individuals and crowds
                                           - Gaining credibility through body language and voice
                                           - Re-examining what it means to be "a professional"
Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $200.00                A written exam will be given at the end of the course.

                                           This course is licensed through a special agreement between North East Multi-Regional
Limit: 2 per Dept.                         Training and Dr. George Thompson of the Verbal Judo Institute. All materials and
                                           presentations are carefully licensed and copyrighted.

                                           This course will be taught by: Detective Ross Horne, Chicago Police Department, Bomb
                                           and Arson Unit (March class); and Officer John Nebl, Schaumburg Police Department
                                           (April class).




                                           This 4 hour course is for investigators and drug agents who draft and obtain judicial
Writing Effective                          approval for search warrants. Time considerations for drug cases will receive special
                                           emphasis during this program. Students will review and discuss the most recent case law
Search Warrants                            that affects the writing of search warrants. Each participant will also receive a copy of the
                                           60 page workbook used to train Assistant State's Attorneys in this complex subject.
COM400R
                                           The following topics will be covered:
April 1, 2008                              - Obtaining judicial approval
                                           - Understanding the timetables regarding "state information"
Oak Lawn Police Department                 - Information required at Felony Review
                                           - The difference in obtaining warrants among drug, gun, and stolen property cases, as well
                                              as fencing operations, burglary and homicide cases.
08:00 AM to 12:00 PM
                                           This course will be taught by: Mr. Jeffrey Pavletic, Attorney at Law.
Member Tuition: None
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00

Limit: 2 per Dept.




104                                                                                           North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.
40 Hour Mandatory
   Firearms Info
                                        This state-certified, 40 hour program acquaints newly sworn or part-time officers with the
40 Hour Mandatory                       physical, legal, and moral hazards associated with the use of firearms. The course provides
                                        specific safety rules for handling firearms. Through supervised practical exercises, officers will
Firearms Training                       enhance their ability to use a firearm as a conditioned response.
Program                                 Successful completion of this course fulfills the requirements of 50 ILCS 710, "The Illinois
                                        Peace Officer Firearms Training Act".
PHY500R
                                        Students must pass written and practical exams with a minimum score of 70% to receive a
March 25,27,29.30,April 6, 7,           certificate of completion. In addition, each instructor must be completely satisfied with the
                                        abilities of the students to use their weapons in a safe manner.
2008
Des Plaines Police Department           When enrolling a full or part-time Officer in this program, please do the following:
Firearms Range                          1. Provide him/her with a copy of the Participant's Information Sheet
                                        2. Fax the following forms (found in the Registration Information section of this website) to
June 17,19,21,22,28,29, 2008            NEMRT's Registrar: Ms. Melinda Ray at (630) 896-4422:
                                             o Consent for Participation in 40 Hour Mandatory Firearms Training
Wheaton Police Department                    o A copy of the Officer's Form E. The original Form E must be on file in the offices of
                                               the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board
                                             o An Indemnification Agreement signed by your Chief or appropriate local official
Classes meet from 6-10pm on
the first two sessions, and from        Agencies wishing to enroll Auxiliary Officers in this program are required to do the following:
8am-4pm the other sessions
                                        1. Fax a copy of your local unit of government's Enabling Ordinance for auxiliary officers to
                                        the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board at (217) 524-5350 so that they may
Member Tuition: $175.00                 review and approve your Auxiliary Officers' eligibility to attend this training
                                        2. Provide your Officer with a copy of the Participant's Information Sheet
Non-Member Tuition: $175.00             3. Fax the following forms (found in the Registration Information section of our website) to
                                        NEMRT Registrar: Ms. Melinda Ray at (630) 896-4422:
Limit: Unlimited                             o Consent for Participation in 40 Hour Mandatory Firearms Training
                                             o A copy of the Officer's Form E. The original Form E must be on file in the offices of
                                               the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board
   Students must bring 550 rounds of
                                             o An Indemnification Agreement signed by your Chief or appropriate local official
    ammunition to class with them.
                                        All pre-registrations for this program must be accompanied by the forms listed above,
                                        especially the copy of your officer's Form E (as submitted to the Illinois Law Enforcement
                                        Training Standards Board). If NEMRT and the ILETSB do not receive these forms at least 7
                                        business days before class, your officer(s) will not be allowed to attend the program. This is the
                                        strict policy of the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board. No exceptions are
                                        permitted.

                                        PLEASE NOTE: Pre-registration for this program will close 7 business days prior to the start
                                        of class to ensure that all necessary paperwork has been received by NEMRT and the ILETSB.

                                        Courses meet from 6 - 10p.m. on the first two sessions, then from 8a.m. to 4p.m. on the
                                        remaining four sessions.

                                        This course has been certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board. It is
                                        not reimbursable by the ILETSB.

                                        ** Cancellations for this course must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of the
                                        program in order to avoid being billed.
                                        This course will be taught by: Chief Daniel McCollum, La Grange Park Police Department.




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                                This program may only be attended by students who have previously completed a course of
4 Hour Mandatory                instruction similar to the State of Illinois Mandatory Firearms Training program as provided
                                by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board. The sole authority for allowing
Firearms Training               a student to participate in this program and to waive any participant from attending the
Waiver (P.A. 90-646)            entire Mandatory Firearms Training program applicable to Illinois Peace Officers shall be
                                vested in the Board.
PHY513R                         The program will consist of classroom refresher training to prepare students to take the
                                written examination required by P.A. 90-646, actual administration of the examination, and
March 15, 2008                  having each student attempt to qualify on the State of Illinois-approved Mandatory
Flossmoor Police Department     Firearms Training Qualification Course.

                                According to P.A. 90-646, waivers will be contingent upon an officer's successful
April 19, 2008                  completion of the written test and qualifying course of fire from the 40 Hr. Mandatory
Berwyn Police Department        Firearms Training Program. The written examination consists of 50 multiple choice
                                questions. Officers seeking a waiver must achieve a passing score of 70% and will have
                                only one opportunity to pass the written test. The Handgun Qualification Course of Fire
June 14, 2008                   consists of 24 rounds shot from the 7 yard line, 18 rounds shot from the 15 yard line and 8
Des Plaines Police Department   rounds shot from the 25 yard line. All shooting begins from the secured holster position.
Firearms Range                  The officer will receive only two opportunities to qualify for the record.

                                Range time will be given to familiarize officers with the official course of fire. Students
08:00 AM to 12:00 PM            will receive N.E.M.R.T. and State of Illinois certificates showing successful completion of
                                the requirements of P.A. 90-646.
Member Tuition: $75.00          Note: Students need to bring their duty weapon, holster, 150 rounds of ammunition, eye and
Non-Member Tuition: $100.00     ear protection, and a pen to class.

                                ** Cancellations for this program must be received by NEMRT 35 days prior to the start of
Limit: Unlimited                class in order to avoid being billed.

                                This course will be taught by: Chief Daniel McCollum, La Grange Park Police Department.




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           N O RT H E A S T M U LT I - R E G I O N A L T R A I N I N G
                                                355 Smoke Tree Plaza
                                              North Aurora, Illinois 60542
                                                  Tel: (630) 896-8860
                                                Registration: Ext. 112
                                                 Fax: (630) 896-4422


                            Consent for Participation in
                    4 Hour/40 Hour Mandatory Firearms Training
                                            (please circle that which applies)


Please fax the completed consent form and a copy of FORM E to NEMRT with the course pre-registration
form. If you have any questions concerning this waiver, please call Ms. April Yackley, In-Service Training
Coordinator, at (630) 896-8860, ext. 104, or contact her via e-mail to april@nemrt.com.

Participant's Name:
Date of Appointment:
Employment Status (choose one):

                          Full-Time

                          Part-Time

                          Auxiliary
*Has a copy of this officer's Form E Card been included with this waiver?
*Has the original Form E Card been forwarded to the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board?
I agree that my agency and the personnel I am sending to this 4 Hour or 40 Hour Mandatory Firearms
Training Program will abide by the regulations and procedures set forth by the Illinois Law Enforcement
Training Standards Board and North East Multi-Regional Training.

I also agree that the personnel I am sending to this 4 Hour or 40 Hour Mandatory Firearms Training
Program will be participating as part of their official assigned duties.
Course Dates:

Assigning Agency:

Signature of Chief:

Please Note: This information must be completed and returned to NEMRT offices prior to the first day of class.




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                        40 Hour Mandatory Firearms Training Program
                    Participant's Information Sheet
                                 To be given to Course Participants

Public Act 79-652 states, "Possession and use of a firearm, in connection with official duties of a peace
officer in Illinois, is conditional upon participation and successful completion of 40 Hour Firearms
Training."

Your agency supervisor has scheduled you to participate in a 40 Hour Mandatory Firearms Training
Program. This program satisfies the requirements of the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards
Board.

Training includes classroom instruction and weapons practice at a firing range with instructors certified by
the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board. The following conditions were established through
the cooperative efforts of the Board and North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc. It is your responsibility to
read these conditions thoroughly and adhere to all of them. These include:

        1.     Report to training as instructed by your Chief, Sheriff, or Training Officer
        2.     Safety regulations of the range, weapon conditions, and ammunition use will be directed
               by the Range Master and his assistants.
        3.     The Range Master will instruct and enforce strict regulations for safe handling and use of
               weapons at all times. Anyone who endangers the safety or well-being of others will be
               ejected from the premises. This includes horseplay, carelessness, or any other
               inappropriate behavior.
        4.     You must bring your own weapon, ammunition, and required equipment. The Range
               Master and his assistants will not provide, repair, or replace any equipment. Please make
               certain all equipment is in proper working condition.
        5.     Classroom instruction is held in the evening. You are required to bring notebooks, pens or
               pencils. DO NOT BRING WEAPONS OR AMMUNITION TO CLASSROOM
               SESSIONS.
        6.     Range instruction is held on Saturdays and Sundays. You are required to bring the
               following to the range:

                      a. Service weapon in safe firing condition
                      b. Duty holster
                      c. 550 rounds ammunition (factory or reload)
                      d. Eye and ear protection
                      e. Shotgun in safe firing condition
                      f. Appropriate clothing for outdoor range (depending on class location)
                      g. Cleaning kit for your service weapon
                      h. Bag lunch or money to purchase meal

State statute requires successful completion of this training BEFORE you can legally carry a weapon while
performing law enforcement duties. Successful completion is achieved with at least a 70% on the written
examination and 70% on each of the two qualification shooting rounds. Re-testing for a failed written
examination or a failed range qualification will be handled in accordance with the policies of the Illinois
Law Enforcement Training Standards Board.

Care and use of your weapon is a serious matter. You are required to conduct yourself in a professional
manner at all times during this training program.



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                                                  INDEMNIFICATION AGREEMENT




It is hereby agreed that in consideration of one of its employees. _______________________________

                                                          (Name of Employee)

being granted the opportunity of participating and engaging in in-service, advanced, refresher training, or operations, functions and
other activities sanctioned by North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc, the

                               ___________________________________________________________

                                                        (Department or Agency)

Employing the above-named employee shall hold the North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc and
(______________________________) harmless as to any injuries or damages incurred by said employee as a result or such training,
operations, functions, references provided and/or other activities sanctioned by North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc and
(______________________________) regardless of fault or negligence on the part of any official or employee of North East Multi-
Regional Training, Inc. or (______________________________) except for gross negligence or willful, wanton or intentional
misconduct.


The above employer shall further agree to indemnify North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc and
(______________________________) in the full amount of any judgment or claim awarded to the trainee, his/her heirs. Dependents
and assigns for such injuries or damages sustained by said trainee during the official course of his or her temporary assignment to the
North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc., except for gross negligence or willful, wanton or intentional misconduct.


It is further agreed that. should suit or claim be filed by said trainee alleging injury or damage as a result of North East Multi-
Regional Training, Inc’s training, operations, functions, references provided and/or other activities sanctioned by North East Multi-
Regional Training, Inc and (______________________________) reasonable notice of such suit or claim will be given to the
department or agency employing the affected trainee; and said department or agency will appear and defend North East Multi-
Regional Training, Inc and/or (______________________________).




  NOTHING AGREED TO HEREIN BY ANY OF THE PARTIES HERETO SHALL CONSTITUTE A WAIVER OF ANY
        STATUTORY OR OTHER IMMUNITIES AVAILABLE TO THE PARTIES UNDER ILLINOIS LAW.




In witness thereof, the undersigned has affixed his hand and seal at:______________________________,

Illinois. this______ dav of ___________________, 20_____.

VILLAGE/CITY/COUNTY OF ________________________, ILLINOIS

By:___________________________________              its':___________________________________
               title                                                      name
110   North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc.
1. Type of Notice: ___ Appointment                            NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT/SEPARATION Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board
                   ___ Separation                                    PLEASE TYPE ONLY         600 S. Second St. - Suite 300 - Springfield, IL 62704-2542
                   ___ Status Change                                                                                        Telephone: 217/782-4540           DO NOT FAX
 NOTICE: The B oard is req uesting specific in formation tha t is necessary to a ccomp lish the statutory req uirements as o utlined in Pub lic Act 79-6 52 and P ublic Act 79 -720.
 Disclosur e of this info rmation is MANDATORY. The Board could seek legal action against those agencies failing to disclose the required information.
 2. Name - Last                            First                   Middle                                 3. Social Security Number                         4. Date o f Birth
                                                                                                                        -          -
 5. Prior Names Used                                                                     6. Sex                  7. Race                               8. Educational Level
                                                                                                  M        F        AA AS        CA     HI     NA        HS SC A B               M     PhD
 9. Agency Name, Address and Administration Phone Number                                          10. Rank/Classification
                                                                                                  11. Date of Appo intment/Status C hange (mm /dd/yy)
 12. The above na med per son s previous se rvice as a pe ace/corre ctional officer w as with
 __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
 Name o f Agency                                                                           from (mm/dd/yy)                to (mm/dd/yy)
APPOINTMENT INFORMATION
 13. ___Law Enforcement ___Correctional ___Court Security ___Coroner ___State s Atty ___Trained Out of State ___Other                          14. Work Status         _____ Full Time
                                                                                                                                                                       _____ Part Time
       ___   Comp letion of LETSB Certified Law Enforcem ent Basic Training C ourse                                                                                    _____ Auxiliary
       ___   Comp letion of LETSB Certified Correctional B asic Training Course
       ___   Comp letion of LETSB Certified Part-time Basic T raining Course                                                                   Number of hours worked per week _____
       ___   Comp letion of LETSB Certified Manda tory Firearms Training C ourse
       ___   Th e above -named p erson has N OT satisfied the basic training requireme nts                                                     Hourly Pay Rate $ _________
SEPARATION INFORMATION APPLICABLE TO CURRENT AGENCY
 15. Reason for Separation:         ___ Resigned ___ Retired ___ Terminated ___ Deceased ___ Left for New Job ___ Convicted of Crime or Other Misconduct ___ Other
 Last date of employment with this agency (mm/dd/yy): ____________________
COMM ENTS
 16.
ATTESTATION OF REPORTING OFFICIAL
 17. I attest that the in formation p rovided on this form is true and corre ct, and is base d on my p ersonal kno wledge or inquiry. The personne l records o f this agency subs tantiate
 this information.
       ________________________________________________                      __________________________________________________________                        ____________________
         Signature of C hief Agency A dministrator                               Print Chief Age ncy Adm inistrator s Name a nd Title                                Date
FORM E (IL 569-00006) Revised 02/02                                          DO NOT FAX
                                           INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETION OF THE
                                        NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT/SEPARATION FORM
The Notice of Appointment/Separation form is to be completed and submitted to the BOARD prior to attendance at any Board Training
Academy or MT U sponsored training course. This form must also be filled out if a person laterally enters or changes status within the
same agency, or is separated from an agency that participates in the Board program. If the officer has been trained while employed by
another agency, a Request for Waiver of Minimum Training Standards must accompany this form. The Appointing/Separating
agency should retain a cop y of the completed form fo r their records.

The Identification Information section of the form must always be completed, AND either Appointment Information section or Separation
Information section as appropriate. PLEASE PRINT LEGIBLY OR TYPE.

Instructions for Completing the Form:

1.       Place an X in the appropriate space.

IDENTIFIC ATION INFOR MAT ION (verifying agency records that this information is correct)
2.    NAME: Enter the person s last name, first name and middle name.
3.    SOCIAL SE CURITY NUMB ER: Enter the person s Social Security Number. This information will be used solely as the unique
      identifier for the person in processing ap propriate Bo ard records.
4.    DATE O F BIRTH : Enter the person s date of birth (month, day, year) in numerical form (e.g., 07-12-68).
5.    PRIOR N AMES U SED: Enter any and all names the person has been known as (e.g., maiden or married names, and AKA s). If
      additional space is needed, list in space 15.
6.    SEX: Circle M (male) or F (female).
7.    RACE : Circle the pe rson s race or ethn ic backgro und. This info rmation will be used by the B oard for sta tistical purpos es only.
      AA= African American, AS= Asian/Oriental American, CA= Caucasian American, HI= H ispanic American, NA= Native
      American.
8.    EDUCATIONAL LEVEL: (please circle completed course work HS= high school, SC= some college, A= Associates, B=
      Bachelors, M= M asters, PhD/JD= Doctorate).
9.    AGENCY : Enter complete name of the appointing/separating agency and phone number of Administration office.
10.   RANK/CLA SSIFICATIO N: Enter the person s rank or classification (e.g., police officer, sheriff, sergeant, lieutenant, chief, etc.).
11.   DATE OF ST ATUS CHA NGE: Enter the month, day and year of actual appointment or change of peace/correctional officer
      status (e.g., auxiliary p eace officer is a ppointed as a part time o fficer). For co nvenience , this space and space 10 may be used to
      advise the B oard that the person is pr omoted or demo ted (e.g., to the ra nk of sergea nt, lieutenant, cap tain, etc.) and ex plain in
      space 16.
12.   Enter the complete name of agency that the person last (previously) served as a peace/correctional officer, and the beginning and
      ending da tes of service w ith that agency.

APPOINTMENT INFORMATION
13.   Place an X in the appropriate space.
13.   COMPLE TION OF LET SB CERTIFIED LAW ENFO RCEMEN T BASIC TRA INING COUR SE. Place an X here if appointee
      has successfully completed a La w Enforcement B asic Training Course a t one of the Board s authorized academ ies.
13.   COMPLE TION OF LET SB CERTIFIED CORRECT IONAL BASIC T RAINING COU RSE. Place an X here if appointee has
      successfully completed a Co rrectional Basic Tra ining Course at one of the B oard s authorized academ ies.
13.   COMPLE TION OF LET SB CERTIFIED PART-TIME BASIC TRAININ G COURSE . Place an X here if appointee has
      successfully completed the Board s STTAR or PEP program.
13.   COMPLE TION OF LET SB CERTIFIED MANDA TORY FIREA RMS TRA INING COUR SE. Place an X here if appointee has
      successfully completed a Board certified firearms training course.
13.   THE AB OVE-NA MED P ERSON HAS NO T SATISF IED THE BASIC TR AINING R EQUIRE MENT . Place an X here if the
      appointee has not satisfied the basic training requirement; for example, the person is enrolled in a basic academy but has not
      graduated, or the person has been appointed as a peace officer but has not begun/completed basic training. Explain in space 16.
14.   WOR K STAT US. Place an X in the appropriate space. Enter the NUMB ER OF HO URS W ORKED PER W EEK. Enter the
      HOURLY PAY RATE. NOTE: An Auxiliary officer is defined in the Illinois Compiled Statutes (50 ILCS 705).

SEPARATION INFORMATION
15.  Place an X in the appropriate space for the reason of separation.
15.  LAST DA TE OF E MPLO YMEN T: Enter the date of separation by month, day, year.

COMM ENTS
16.  Enter additional useful information that will clarify or supplement information provided in the Identification Information or
     Appointment Inform ation sections.

ATTESTATION OF REPORTING OFFICIAL
17.  The agency administrator must sign, print name and title, and date the Notice of Appointment/Separation form.
Registration Information
                                   REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Pre-Registration
NEMRT courses are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis, based upon the Pre-Registration forms we receive. Typically, our courses quickly
fill to capacity. Once a class has reached its capacity of students, "Stand-By" lists are created.

Students on stand-by lists may not attend our programs. All students must first be confirmed by our Registrar's office. After receiving
confirmation, students may attend the training program, where they complete an actual registration form. Confirmation and stand-by lists are
distributed weekly by the Registrar.

Please keep in mind that courses fill quickly. Pre-register your students early!
Attendance Policy
The Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board (ILETSB) requires that all attendees of a course for which they will receive a
certificate from the Board be present for 90% of the course. For example, one must be present for 36 hours of an ILETSB-certified 40 hour
course. NEMRT has adopted that policy for all of its training programs, allowing attendees to miss no more than 10% of any course, with a
legitimate excuse (family emergency, need to appear in court, reassignment, etc.) and still receive a NEMRT certificate.

Cancellations
When we receive a cancellation, students are moved from the stand-by list to fill the vacancy. We then notify your training officer that the
student has been moved from stand-by and confirmed to attend the program.

Occasionally, training officers fail to notify us that an officer will be unable to attend. When this occurs, students on the stand-by list are denied
an opportunity to attend the training they need.

To avoid this situation, please contact the Registrar's Office as soon as possible regarding schedule conflicts and cancellations. With this
information, we are able to move officers from stand-by lists and into course rosters. This increases both the number of officers receiving
training and the overall effectiveness of your training dollars.

Please note in the Course Description section the statements about cancellation deadlines and billing for each class. Usually, the deadline is 7
days prior to the start of the course unless otherwise noted.
ADA Accommodation
If your student is covered under the Americans with Disabilities Act, please notify Deputy Director Chuck Montgomery at (630) 896-8860,
ext.103 to establish reasonable accommodations.
Questions?
If you have questions regarding confirmation or stand-by policies, please contact our Registrar’s Office at (630) 896-8860, ext. 112.




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                  N O RT H E A S T M U LT I - R E G I O N A L T R A I N I N G
                                                     355 Smoke Tree Plaza
                                                   North Aurora, Illinois 60542
                                                         (630) 896-8860

              PRE-REGISTRATION / CANCELLATION FORM
                                               FAX: (630) 896-4422



                                                INSTRUCTIONS
Please use a separate form for each class.
Please complete the form in its entirety, including Social Security Numbers.
If you are not sure who will attend a program, please enter your student as "Reserve"
(please do not submit the student's name and social security number at a later date)
Please check the appropriate Pre-Registration or Cancellation box below.
If you have any questions, please contact our Registrar at ext. 112.
If a student is covered under the Americans with Disabilities Act, please notify Deputy Director Chuck Montgomery at ext.
103 prior to the classroom session. We can then assess what "reasonable accommodations" may be necessary.

        Please process the following pre-registration:                                Please cancel the following pre-registration:




Your Agency:                                                                                 Phone:
Course Title:                                                                                Program #:
Today’s Date:                      Course Location:                                          Course Date:
Students
                  Last Name                           First Name                             S.S. #                     Attended
                                                     (required)                   Previous
                                                                                  NEMRT
                                                                                  Training
                                                                                  (y/n)




I authorize the above student(s) to attend this program and ensure that he/she has met all prerequisites listed
in the course description:
Authorized Signature:                                                                                         Date:
Title/Rank:

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Subject Index
 Administrative and Records Courses                                   Drugged Driver Detection: 54
Basic Records Practices: 35                                           Drugged Driver Overview: 55Street Drugs: 96
Criminal History Records: 47                                          Street Gang Identification and Activities Overview: 96
Sex Offender Registration Update: 93
                                                                       Ethics Courses
 Alcohol Courses                                                      Law Enforcement Ethics For F.T.O.s: 74
Advanced DUI Enforcement: 28                                          Law Enforcement Ethics For Patrol: 74
Basic DUI Enforcement: 33                                             Law Enforcement Ethics For Sergeants and Lieutenants: 75
Breath Alcohol Testing (ISP): 38
Breath Analysis For Alcohol Training: 38                               Evidence Technician Courses
Effective Use Of Preliminary Breath Test Instruments (P.B.T.s): 56    40 Hour Basic Evidence Technician Program (Cook): 14
False I.D.'S and Unlawfully Altered Driver's Licenses: 60             40 Hour Basic Evidence Technician Program (Du Page): 14
Field Sobriety Testing: Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus (HGN): 60           40 Hour Basic Evidence Technician Program(Campbell): 15
Testifying in A DUI Trial: 99                                         Advanced Evidence Technician: 29
                                                                      Basic Police Photography: 34
 Arson Courses                                                        Digital Evidence Processing: 52
Arson Investigation: Basic Crime Scene Skills: 30                     Digital Photography for Law Enforcement Professionals: 52
                                                                      Footwear Impression Evidence Workshop: 63
                                                                      Latent Print Technology Work Shop: A Latent Print Practicum: 73
 Bicycling/Bike Patrol Courses                                        Sex Assault Crime Scene Practical: 92
32 Hour Police Cyclist Class: 12
Bicycle Officer Refresher: 37
Bicycling Enforcement for Safer Roads: 3, 37
                                                                       Firearms Courses
Police Mountain Bike Repair: 84                                       32 Hour FATS III Instructor Course: 11
                                                                      40 Hour Firearms Instructor: 19
                                                                      40 Hour Rifle/Carbine Instructor: 26
 Canine Courses                                                       40 Hour Mandatory Firearms Training Program: 24
Canine Course #3: Certification: 40                                   4 Hour Mandatory Firearms Training Waiver (P.A. 90-646): 13
Canine Course #5: Tracking & Article Recovery: 41                     AR-15 / M-16 Armorer School: 1, 29
                                                                      Basic Shooting Skills: Problem Solving Practical: 36
 Communication(s) Courses                                             Bullet Trajectory Reconstruction: 39
Basic PowerPoint Presentation Practical: 35                           Close Quarter Handgun Skills: 3, 43
Communication Tactics: 44                                             Firearms Instructor Development: 61
Non-Verbal Communication / Interview Techniques: 81                   Police Urban Rifle/Carbine Tactical Shooting Skills: 85
Verbal Judo: 104
                                                                       Gangs-Related Courses
 Community Policing/Relations Courses                                 40 Hour Gang Enforcement Skills Program: 20
Basic Media Relations: 34                                             Du Page County Gang Awareness: 55
Basic PowerPoint Presentation Practical: 35                           Street Gang Identification and Activities Overview: 96
Crime Free Multi-Housing Program: 46
Forming Critical Incident Response Teams (Schools): 4, 63              Interviews & Interrogations Courses
Internet Safety for Parents 101: 68                                   Interviews and Interrogations: 69
Making Great Community Presentations: 78                              John Reid Advanced Interviews and Interrogations: 71
Multi-Hazard Emergency Planning for Illinois Schools Trainer: 7, 81   John Reid Interviews and Interrogations: 72Juvenile Interrogation
                                                                      and Delinquency Update: 72
 Computer & Computer-Related Courses                                  Non-Verbal Communication / Interview Techniques: 81
Basic Computer Crime Investigation for First Responders: 33           The Laws of Interrogation - How to Take Statements: 100
Basic PowerPoint Presentation Practical: 35
Cell Phone and Portable Storage Forensic Investigation: 41             Investigations Courses
Computer Crimes Investigation: 45                                     40 Hour Basic Investigation Skills Program: 15
Digital Evidence Processing: 52                                       40 Hour Basic Narcotics Investigator: 16
Digital Photography for Law Enforcement Professionals: 52             40 Hour Basic Traffic Accident Investigators Course: 16
Identity Theft and Related Offenses: 65                               40 Hour Homicide Investigations: 21
Imagescan: 66                                                         Arson Investigation: Basic Crime Scene Skills: 30
Internet Safety for Parents 101: 68                                   Basic Clandestine Meth Lab Awareness: 32
Introduction to Computer Fraud: 69                                    Basic Computer Crime Investigation for First Responders: 33
                                                                      Bullet Trajectory Reconstruction: 39
 Drug-Related Courses                                                 Cell Phone and Portable Storage Forensic Investigation: 41
40 Hour Basic Narcotics Investigator: 16                              Computer Crimes Investigation: 45
40 Hour Supervising Drug Unit Operations: 27                          Concealed Compartments in Vehicles: 45
Basic Clandestine Meth Lab Awareness: 32                              Crime Scene Investigation: 46
Current Trends in Drug Abuse: 48                                      Crimes Against The Elderly: 47
Designer Drugs Awareness: 51                                          Death Investigation Seminar: 49
Designer Drugs Awareness Instructor: 51                               False I.D.'S and Unlawfully Altered Driver's Licenses: 60

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Financial Exploitation of Seniors: 61                                Pre-Retirement Planning: 87
Gypsy and Traveler Crime Investigation: 64                           Preventing and Resolving Sexual Harassment in The Workplace: 88
Identity Theft and Related Offenses: 65                              Recruitment of Police Applicants: 8, 90
Internal Affairs Investigations: 68                                  Risk Management and Civil Liability- Section 1983: 92
Introduction to Computer Fraud: 69                                   Solutions to Supervision and Management Issues: 94
Investigating Financial Crimes: 70                                   Supervising/Managing the Field Training Process: 97
Investigating Use of Force for Field Supervisors: 5, 70              Training Manager Specialist: 100
Investigation of Domestic Violence: 71                               Use Of Force Workshop For Sergeants and Lieutenants: 102
Physical Surveillance Using G.P.S.: 7, 83
Sex Assault Crime Scene Practical: 92                                 Non-Sworn Personnel-Related Courses
Sex Crimes Investigation: 93                                         Dispatcher Performance Enhancement - The Power to Change: 53
Use of Covert GPS in Criminal Investigations: 10, 102                Dispatcher Update on Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence: 53
                                                                     Emergency Spanish For Telecommunicators: 57
 Juvenile-Related Courses                                            Proper Lock-Up Procedures For Female Arrestees: 88
40 Hour Juvenile Specialist/CD Version - REVIEW & TEST: 22
40 Hour Juvenile Specialist Skills Program: 22                        Patrol Courses
Adolescent Psychology: 28                                            32 Hour In-Service Refresher Course: 1, 12
Chapter 705, Act 405: Juvenile Court Act: 42                         Acting Patrol Officer in Charge: 27
Child Abuse Awareness For Patrol Officers: 43                        Advanced DUI Enforcement: 28
De-Escalating Juvenile Aggression: 49                                Ballistic Shield Use for Patrol: 2, 31
Du Page County Gang Awareness: 55                                    Basic Clandestine Meth Lab Awareness: 32
False I.D.'S and Unlawfully Altered Driver's Licenses: 60            Basic DUI Enforcement: 33
Forming Critical Incident Response Teams (Schools): 4, 63            Basic Weapons Retention: 36
Internet Safety for Parents 101: 68                                  Busting Burnout: Taming the Flames of Public Safety Burnout: 40
Juvenile Interrogation and Delinquency Update: 72                    Child Abuse Awareness For Patrol Officers: 43
                                                                     Commercial Motor Vehicle - Hotel/Motel Drug Interdiction: 44
 Legal/Law-Related Courses                                           Concealed Compartments in Vehicles: 45
40 Hour Law Review for Illinois Peace Officers: 23                   Defensive Tactics for Patrol: 50
Arrest, Search, & Seizure Update For Sergeants and Lieutenants: 30   Domestic Violence/Crisis Intervention: 54
Chapter 705, Act 405: Juvenile Court Act: 42                         Du Page County Gang Awareness: 55
Chapter 720: Illinois Criminal Code Review: 42                       Effective Use Of Preliminary Breath Test Instruments (P.B.T.s): 56
Criminal Law Review for Illinois Peace Officers: 48                  Emergency Response to Terrorism/Basic Concepts: 57
Illinois Vehicle Code Refresher Course: 66                           Emergency Vehicle Operator Course: 58
Laws of Arrest, Search, and Seizure: 76                              Emergency-Based Spanish for Law Enforcement: 58
Legal Aspects Of Police Management: 77                               Ethnic and Cultural Awareness For Patrol Officers: 59
Managing the Legal Risks of Training: 78                             False I.D.'S and Unlawfully Altered Driver's Licenses: 60
Mobile Video Taping-Legal Aspects: 80                                First Responder Decision Making: 62
Practical Case Law Analysis: 87                                      First Response To Critical Incidents:Tactical and Crime Scene: 62
Recent Case Law: How It Affects Police Operations: 90                How Law Enforcement Careers Affect Family Life: 65
Risk Management and Civil Liability- Section 1983: 92                Illinois Vehicle Code Refresher Course: 66
Testifying in A DUI Trial: 99                                        Knife Defense and Emergency Applications for Patrol: 73
Testifying in Court: 99                                              Law Enforcement Protective Measures: 76
The Laws of Interrogation - How to Take Statements: 100              Motor Vehicle Theft for Patrol Officers (ISP): 80
Trouble Shooting Search and Seizure: 101                             Officer Wellness and Fitness: 82
                                                                     Police Honor Guard: 8, 83
 Management/Supervisory Courses                                      Pre-Retirement Planning: 87
40 Hour Field Training Officer (Sokolove Model): 18                  Proper Lock-Up Procedures For Female Arrestees: 88
40 Hour Field Training Officer Program (San Jose Model): 19          Simulation-Based Training for Initial Responders: 94
40 Hour First Line Supervisory Skills Program: 20                    STOPS: Strategies and Tactics Of Patrol Stops: 95
40 Hour Supervising Drug Unit Operations: 27                         Street Drugs: 96
Arrest, Search, & Seizure Update For Sergeants and Lieutenants: 30   Street Gang Identification and Activities Overview: 96
Basic Background Investigation: 32                                   Testifying in A DUI Trial: 99
Basic Media Relations: 34                                            Testifying in Court: 99
Busting Burnout: Taming the Flames of Public Safety Burnout: 40      Vehicle Reclamation: 103
Fundamentals of Grant Writing: 4                                     Vehicle Stops: 103
How Law Enforcement Careers Affect Family Life: 65                   Verbal Judo: 104
Internal Affairs Investigations: 68
Investigating Use of Force for Field Supervisors: 5, 70               Tactics/Physical Tactics Courses
Law Enforcement Ethics For F.T.O.s: 74                               24 Hour PPCT Edged Weapon Instructor Course: 11
Law Enforcement Ethics For Sergeants and Lieutenants: 75             40 Hour Basic Crisis Negotiations: 13
Law Enforcement Performance Improvement: 75                          40 Hour PPCT Defensive Tactics Instructor Course: 25
Leadership Skills For Street Supervisors: 77                         AR-15 / M-16 Armorer School: 1, 29
Legal Aspects Of Police Management: 77                               Ballistic Shield Use for Patrol: 2, 31
Managing the Legal Risks of Training: 78                             De-Escalation Strategies for Safe Street Encounters: 50

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Defensive Tactics for Patrol: 50
DYCOM: Dynamic Tactical Control Methods: 56
Emergency Response to Terrorism/Basic Concepts: 57
First Response To Critical Incidents:Tactical and Crime Scene: 62
Forming Critical Incident Response Teams (Schools): 4, 63
Instructor Training for Oleoresin Capsicum (Pepper Spray): 67
Knife Defense and Emergency Applications for Patrol: 73
Mental Preparation for Winning Violent Encounters: 6, 79
Multi-Hazard Emergency Planning for Illinois Schools Trainer: 7, 81
Officer Down: Tactical Response Techniques: 82
PPCT Defensive Tactics Instructor Update: 86
Raid Planning and High Risk Warrant Service: 89
Rapid Deployment Instructors Course: 89
Simulation-Based Training for Initial Responders: 94
Specialized Fitness Training for SWAT Officers: 9, 95
STOPS: Strategies and Tactics Of Patrol Stops: 95
Tactical Ground Fighting: 98
Verbal Judo: 104

 Train-the-Trainer Courses
24 Hour PPCT Edged Weapon Instructor Course: 11
32 Hour FATS III Instructor Course: 11
40 Hour Firearms Instructor: 19
40 Hour Instructor Development Course: 21
40 Hour Rifle/Carbine Instructor: 26
40 Hour PPCT Defensive Tactics Instructor Course: 25
Expandable Baton: Train-The-Trainer: 59
Firearms Instructor Development: 61
Hand Cuffing Instructor Course: 64
Injury Prevention for Defensive Tactics Instructors: 5, 67
Instructor Training for Oleoresin Capsicum (Pepper Spray): 67
Multi-Hazard Emergency Planning for Illinois Schools Trainer: 7, 81
PPCT Defensive Tactics Instructor Update: 86
Rapid Deployment Instructors Course: 89
Training Manager Specialist: 100

 Truck Courses
40 Hour Basic Truck Weight Enforcement (Truck Enforcement I): 17
40 Hour Commercial Vehicle Safety Inspection: 17
Commercial Motor Vehicle - Hotel/Motel Drug Interdiction: 44
Portable Weight Scale Certification: 86
Truck Weight Refresher: 101

 Use of Force Courses
Investigating Use of Force for Field Supervisors: 5, 70
Use Of Force Workshop For Sergeants and Lieutenants: 102

 Writing Courses
Fundamentals of Grant Writing: 4
Report Writing: 9, 91
Report Writing For Patrol Officers: 91
Writing Effective Search Warrants: 104




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Monthly and Regional
 Course Calendars
                                      Monthly Course Calendars
                                                          MARCH 2008
                                                                                        Program
Start Date     End Date                           Course Title                                                  Host Site
                                                                                        Number

  3/3/08         3/3/08      Advanced DUI Enforcement                                   TRA504R   Arlington Heights Police Department
  3/3/08         3/3/08      Emergency Response to Terrorism/Basic Concepts             PAT726R   Park Ridge Public WorksService Center
  3/3/08         3/4/08      Bullet Trajectory Reconstruction                           INV900R   Suburban Law Enforcement Academy -
  3/3/08         3/4/08      Verbal Judo                                                COM004R   Mc Henry Police Department
  3/3/08         3/5/08      Emergency-Based Spanish for Law Enforcement                COM016R   Winnetka Police Department
  3/3/08         3/7/08      40 Hour Basic Investigation Skills Program                 INV903R   Streamwood Police Department
  3/3/08         3/7/08      40 Hour Basic Narcotics Investigator                       INV904R   Hodgkins Police Department
  3/4/08         3/4/08      Basic Weapons Retention                                    PHY512R   Bloomingdale Police Department
  3/4/08         3/5/08      Death Investigation Seminar                                INV003R   Cook County Medical Examiner
  3/4/08         3/6/08      Drugged Driver Detection                                   TRA501R   East Hazel Crest Village Hall
  3/5/08         3/5/08      Basic Background Investigation                             MAN809R   Berwyn Police Department
  3/6/08         3/6/08      False I.D.'S And Unlawfully Altered Driver's Licenses      PAT027R   Algonquin Police Department
  3/6/08         3/6/08      Investigating Financial Crimes                             INV004R   Buffalo Grove Police Department
  3/6/08         3/6/08      Report Writing                                             COM408R   Northbrook Police Department
  3/7/08         3/7/08      Hand Cuffing Instructor Course                             TTT311R   Estelle Sieb Community Center
  3/8/08         3/9/08      Canine Course #3: Certification                            PAT052R   Tops Dog Kennels
 3/10/08        3/10/08      Latent Print Technology Work Shop:                         INV509R   Lake Zurich Police Department
 3/10/08        3/10/08      Law Enforcement Ethics For Patrol                          PAT008R   Lincolnwood Police Department
 3/10/08        3/11/08      Acting Patrol Officer In Charge                            MAN001R   Hodgkins Police Department
 3/10/08        3/11/08      AR-15 / M-16 Armorer School                                PHY527R   Olympia Fields Police Department
 3/10/08        3/13/08      Breath Analysis For Alcohol Training                       TRA903R   Lisle Police Department
 3/24/08        3/27/08      Rapid Deployment Instructors Course                        TTT313R   Buffalo Grove Police Department
 3/10/08        3/14/08      40 Hour Basic Traffic Accident Investigators Course        TRA901R   Gurnee Police Department
 3/10/08        3/14/08      40 Hour Juvenile Specialist Skills Program                 PAT904R   Suburban Law Enforcement Academy -
 3/10/08        3/14/08      Computer Crimes Investigation                              INV110R   Riverdale Police Department
 3/11/08        3/11/08      Communication Tactics                                      COM009R   Moraine Valley Community College
 3/11/08        3/14/08      32 Hour In-Service Refresher Course                        PAT136R   La Grange Park Police Department
 3/12/08        3/13/08      De-Escalation Strategies for Safe Street Encounters        MAN042R   Suburban Law Enforcement Academy
 3/13/08        3/13/08      Busting Burnout:                                           PAT511R   Flossmoor Police Department
 3/15/08        3/15/08      4 Hour Mandatory Firearms Training Waiver (P.A. 90-646)    PHY513R   Suburban Law Enforcement Academy.
 3/15/08        3/15/08      How Law Enforcement Careers Affect Family Life             PAT509R   Police Training Institute
 3/17/08        3/17/08      40 Hour Juvenile CD Version - REVIEW & TEST                PAT904D   Harvey Police Department
 3/17/08        3/18/08      Close Quarter Handgun Skills                               PHY034R   Batavia Police Department
 3/17/08        3/19/08      Advanced Evidence Technician                               INV090R   Carpentersville Fire Station 3
 3/17/08        3/21/08      40 Hour Field Training Officer Program (San Jose Model)    TTT910R   Barrington - Inverness PoliceDepartment
 3/17/08        3/21/08      40 Hour Law Review For Illinois Peace Officers             LEG900R   North East Multi-Regional Training,Inc
 3/18/08        3/18/08      40 Hour Juvenile CD Version - REVIEW & TEST                PAT904D   Oswego Police Department
 3/19/08        3/19/08      First Responder Decision Making                            PAT034R   Roselle Police Department
 3/19/08        3/20/08      Internal Affairs Investigations                            INV039R   Lake Zurich Police Department
 3/20/08        3/20/08      Commercial Motor Vehicle - Hotel/Motel Drug Interdiction   TRA023R   Hodgkins Police Department
 3/20/08        3/21/08      Leadership Skills For Street Supervisors                   MAN407R   Downers Grove Police Department
 3/21/08        3/21/08      Dispatcher Update On Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence    COM607R   La Grange Park Police Department
 3/24/08        3/28/08      40 Hour Instructor Development Course                      TTT900R   Mundelein Police Department
 3/24/08        3/28/08      40 Hour Gang Enforcement Skills Program                    PAT903R   College Of Lake County
 3/25/08        3/25/08      Internet Safety for Parents 101                            TTT920R   Lincolnwood Police Department
 3/25/08        3/26/08      Designer Drugs Awareness Instructor                        TTT006R   Westchester Police Department
 3/25/08        3/27/08      Laws of Arrest, Search, and Seizure                        LEG050R   Des Plaines Police Firearms Range
 3/25/08         4/6/08      40 Hour Mandatory Firearms Training Program                PHY500R   Northbrook Police Department
 3/26/08        3/26/08      Mental Preparation for Winning Violent Encounters          PAT183R   Clarendon Hills Police Department
 3/27/08        3/27/08      Criminal Law Review For Illinois Peace Officers            LEG003R   Plainfield Police Department
 3/27/08        3/27/08      Identity Theft and Related Offenses                        INV061R   Buffalo Grove Police Department
 3/27/08        3/27/08      Mental Health Update                                       PAT450R   Mc Henry Police Department
 3/27/08        3/27/08      Mental Preparation for Winning Violent Encounters          PAT183R   Batavia Police Department
 3/27/08        3/28/08      Sex Assault Crime Scene Practical                          INV102R   Flossmoor Police Department
 3/28/08        3/28/08      Basic Shooting Skills: Problem Solving Practical           PHY514R   Lisle Police Department
 3/28/08        3/28/08      Expandable Baton: Train-The-Trainer                        TTT307R   Elmhurst Police Department
 3/28/08        3/28/08      Mental Preparation for Winning Violent Encounters          PAT183R   Darien Police Department
 3/28/08        3/28/08      Practical Case Law Analysis                                LEG043R   Tops Dog Kennels
 3/29/08        3/30/08      Canine Course #3: Certification                            PAT052R   Northbrook Police Department
 3/31/08         4/4/08      40 Hour Basic Truck Weight Enforcement                     TRA902R   Tinley Park Police Department
 3/31/08         4/4/08      40 Hour Field Training Officer (Sokolove Model)            TTT902R   Wheaton Police Department
 3/31/08         4/4/08      40 Hour Firearms Instructor                                TTT500R



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                                                      APRIL 2008
                                                                                  Program
Start Date   End Date                        Course Title                                                       Host Site
                                                                                  Number

  4/1/08       4/1/08   Trouble Shooting Search and Seizure                       LEG049R        Bolingbrook Police Department
  4/1/08       4/1/08   Use of Covert GPS (Global Positioning Systems) in Invs    INV068R        Lake Zurich Police Department
  4/1/08       4/1/08   Writing Effective Search Warrants                         COM400R        Oak Lawn Police Department
  4/3/08       4/3/08   Du Page County Gang Awareness                             PAT414R        Elmhurst Police Department
  4/5/08       4/5/08   Portable Weight Scale Certification                       TRA019P        Northbrook Police Department
  4/7/08       4/7/08   Making Great Community Presentations                      COM006R        Algonquin Police Department
  4/7/08       4/8/08   Arson Investigation: Basic Crime Scene Skills             INV800R        Palatine Police Department
  4/7/08       4/8/08   Introduction to Computer Fraud                            PAT211R        Suburban Law Enforcement Academy
  4/7/08       4/8/08   Law Enforcement Ethics For F.T.O.'S                       PAT208R        Crystal Lake Police Department
  4/7/08       4/9/08   Tactical Groundfighting Instructor                        TTT016R        Hoffman Estates Police Department
  4/7/08      4/11/08   40 Hour Basic Evidence Technician Program (Du Page)       INV091R        Du Page County Sheriff's Department
  4/7/08      4/11/08   40 Hour Juvenile Specialist Skills Program                PAT904R        Hodgkins Police Department
  4/8/08       4/8/08   Crimes Against The Elderly                                INV005R        Elgin Police Department
  4/8/08       4/8/08   Dispatcher Performance Enhancement                        MAN046R        Lombard Village Hall
  4/8/08       4/8/08   Recruitment of Police Applicants                          MAN071R        Lansing Police Department
  4/8/08       4/9/08   John Reid Advanced Interviews And Interrogations          INV420R        West Dundee Public Safety Bldg #2
  4/8/08       4/9/08   Verbal Judo                                               COM004R        Northbrook Police Department
  4/8/08      4/10/08   Arrest, Search, & Seizure Update For Sgt.s and Lts.       LEG011R        Downers Grove Police Department
  4/9/08       4/9/08   Financial Exploitation of Seniors                         INV075R        Gurnee Police Department
  4/9/08       4/9/08   Law Enforcement Performance Improvement:                  PAT179R        Estelle Sieb Center(Norridge)
  4/9/08       4/9/08   Sex Offender Registration Update                          PAT732R        Naperville Police Department
  4/9/08      4/11/08   Canine Course #5: Tracking & Article Recovery             PAT128R        Tops Dog Kennels
 4/10/08      4/10/08   Basic Records Practices                                   COM402R        La Grange Park Police Department
 4/10/08      4/10/08   Gypsy And Traveler Crime Investigation                    INV013R        Westchester Police Department
 4/11/08      4/11/08   Ballistic Shield Use for Patrol                           PAT345R        Du Page County Airport
 4/11/08      4/11/08   Chapter 720: Illinois Criminal Code Review                LEG720R        Bolingbrook Police Department
 4/11/08      4/11/08   Managing the Legal Risks of Training                      MAN065R        Algonquin Police Department
 4/11/08      4/11/08   Non-Verbal Communication in Conjunction With Interview    COM075R        Mc Henry Police Department
 4/14/08      4/14/08   Child Abuse Awareness For Patrol Officers                 PAT602R        Arlington Heights Police Department
 4/14/08      4/15/08   Close Quarter Handgun Skills                              PHY034R        Harvey Police Department
 4/14/08      4/15/08   Vehicle Stops                                             TRA001R        Lincolnwood Police Department
 4/14/08      4/16/08   Emergency-Based Spanish for Law Enforcement               COM016R        Hoffman Estates Police Department
 4/14/08      4/16/08   Training Manager Specialist                               MAN043R        Westchester Police Department
 4/14/08      4/17/08   32 Hour FATS III Instructor Course                        TTT501R        Streamwood Police Department
 4/14/08      4/17/08   Breath Analysis For Alcohol Training                      TRA903R        Mundelein Police Department
 4/14/08      4/18/08   40 Hour Basic Evidence Technician Program (Cook)          INV901R        Tinley Park Police Department
 4/15/08      4/15/08   40 Hour JuvenileCD Version - REVIEW & TEST                PAT904D        North East Multi-Regional Training,Inc.
 4/15/08      4/15/08   Footwear Impression Evidence Workshop                     INV055R        Burbank Police Department
 4/15/08      4/15/08   Law Enforcement Ethics For Sergeants And Lieutenants      PAT108R        Batavia Police Department
 4/15/08      4/15/08   Street Drugs                                              PAT406R        St. Charles Police Department
 4/15/08      4/17/08   Simulation-Based Training for Initial Responders          PAT084R        Lake in the Hills Police Learning Center
 4/16/08      4/16/08   Bicycling Enforcement for Safer Roads                     PAT065R        Elmhurst Police Department
 4/16/08      4/16/08   The Laws of Interrogation - How to Take Statements        LEG060R        Riverdale Police Department
 4/16/08      4/17/08   Interviews and Interrogations                             INV408R        Westmont Police Department
 4/17/08      4/17/08   Identity Theft and Related Offenses                       INV061R        Bartlett Village Hall
 4/17/08      4/17/08   Tactical Ground Fighting                                  PHY028R        Fox Valley Park District: Prisco Center
 4/18/08      4/18/08   Testifying in Court                                       LEG054R        East Hazel Crest Village Hall
 4/19/08      4/19/08   4 Hour Mandatory Firearms Training Waiver (P.A. 90-646)   PHY513R        Berwyn Police Department
 4/21/08      4/21/08   Injury Prevention for Defensive Tactics Instructors       PHY036R        Elgin Police Department
 4/21/08      4/21/08   Solutions to Supervision and Management Issues            MAN201R        Suburban Law Enforcement Academy -
 4/21/08      4/23/08   Firearms Instructor Development:                          LEG014R        Flossmoor Police Department
 4/21/08      4/24/08   Breath Alcohol Testing (ISP)                              TRA905R        Hoffman Estates Police Department
 4/21/08      4/25/08   40 Hour Instructor Development Course                     TTT900R        Batavia Police Department
 4/21/08      4/25/08   40 Hour Basic Evidence Technician Program(Campbell)       INV915R        Lake Zurich Police Department
 4/21/08      4/25/08   40 Hour Homicide Investigations                           INV911R        Northbrook Police Department
 4/21/08      4/25/08   40 Hour Supervising Drug Unit Operations                  MAN904R        Downers Grove Police Department
 4/22/08      4/22/08   Bicycling Enforcement for Safer Roads                     PAT065R        St. Charles Police Department
 4/22/08      4/22/08   Chapter 705, Act 405: Juvenile Court Act                  LEG400R        Naperville Police Department
 4/22/08      4/22/08   Investigating Use of Force for Field Supervisors          MAN919R        Lisle Police Department
 4/22/08      4/22/08   Recruitment of Police Applicants                          MAN071R        Palatine Police Department
 4/22/08      4/22/08   Specialized Fitness Training for SWAT Officers            PHY037R        Elgin Police Department
 4/22/08      4/23/08   Basic Police Photography                                  INV500R        Northeastern U. PoliceDepartment
 4/22/08      4/23/08   Sex Crimes Investigation                                  INV008R        Gurnee Police Department
 4/22/08      4/24/08   24 Hour PPCT Edged Weapon Instructor Course               TTT300R        Elmhurst Police Department
 4/22/08      4/24/08   Cell Phone and Portable Storage Forensic Investigation    INV109R        Suburban Law Enforcement Academy
 4/23/08      4/23/08   Forming Critical Incident Response Teams (Schools)        PAT305R        Elgin Police Department

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                                                     APRIL 2008 (CONT.)
 4/23/08        4/23/08      Raid Planning And High Risk Warrant Service               INV701R   Matteson Police Department
 4/23/08        4/24/08      DYCOM: Dynamic Tactical Control Methods                   PHY053R   Midwest Academy of United Martial Arts
 4/24/08        4/24/08      Legal Aspects Of Police Management                        LEG804R   Algonquin Police Department
 4/24/08        4/25/08      Multi-Hazard Emergency Planning for Illinois Schools      TTT906R   Elgin Police Department
 4/25/08        4/25/08      Domestic Violence/Crisis Intervention                     PAT601R   Hodgkins Police Department
 4/25/08        4/25/08      Investigation of Domestic Violence                        INV038R   La Grange Park Police Department
 4/28/08        4/28/08      40 Hour Juvenile CD Version - REVIEW & TEST               PAT904D   Police Training Institute
 4/28/08         5/2/08      40 Hour First Line Supervisory Skills Program             MAN902R   Lake in the Hills Police Learning Center
 4/29/08        4/29/08      Crime Scene Investigation                                 INV001R   Streamwood Police Department
 4/29/08        4/29/08      Effective Use Of Preliminary Breath Test Instruments      TRA505R   Burbank Police Department
 4/30/08        4/30/08      Risk Management and Civil Liability- Section 1983         MAN815R   Gurnee Police Department




                                                             MAY 2008
                                                                                       Program
Start Date     End Date                            Course Title                                                 Host Site
                                                                                       Number
  5/1/08         5/1/08      Adolescent Psychology                                     COM110R   South Barrington Police Department
  5/1/08         5/1/08      De-Escalating Juvenile Aggression                         MAN051R   Batavia Police Department
  5/2/08         5/2/08      Basic Clandestine Meth Lab Awareness                      PAT412R   Montgomery Police Department
  5/5/08         5/5/08      Officer Wellness and Fitness                              PAT180R   Glenview Police Department
  5/5/08         5/6/08      Digital Photography for Law Enforcement Professionals     PAT168R   Suburban Law Enforcement Academy
  5/5/08         5/6/08      Stops: Strategies And Tactics Of Patrol Stops             TRA003R   Calumet Park Police Department
  5/5/08         5/8/08      Breath Alcohol Testing (ISP)                              TRA905R   Warrenville Fire Station
  5/5/08         5/9/08      40 Hour Juvenile Specialist Skills Program                PAT904R   Roselle Police Department
  5/6/08         5/6/08      Digital Evidence Processing                               INV094R   Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory
  5/6/08         5/6/08      Knife Defense and Emergency Applications for Patrol       PAT199R   Tinley Park Police Department
  5/6/08         5/6/08      Street Gang Identification And Activities Overview        PAT403R   Carpentersville Fire Station 3
  5/6/08         5/7/08      Crime Free Multi-Housing Program                          INV024R   Algonquin Police Department
  5/6/08         5/7/08      Death Investigation Seminar                               INV003R   Cook County Medical Examiner
  5/6/08         5/8/08      Laws of Arrest, Search, and Seizure                       LEG050R   Winnetka Police Department
  5/7/08         5/7/08      Drugged Driver Overview                                   TRA507R   Mundelein Police Department
  5/7/08         5/7/08      Imagescan                                                 INV114R   Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory
  5/7/08         5/7/08      Injury Prevention for Defensive Tactics Instructors       PHY036R   Glenview Police Department
  5/8/08         5/8/08      Basic Records Practices                                   COM402R   Northbrook Police Department
  5/8/08         5/8/08      Busting Burnout:                                          PAT511R   Suburban Law Enforcement Academy
  5/8/08         5/8/08      Specialized Fitness Training for SWAT Officers            PHY037R   Glenview Police Department
  5/9/08         5/9/08      Criminal History Records                                  COM401R   La Grange Park Police Department
  5/9/08         5/9/08      Mobile Video Taping-Legal Aspects                         LEG036R   Buffalo Grove Police Department
 5/12/08        5/12/08      Bicycle Officer Refresher                                 PAT044R   Naperville Police Department
 5/12/08        5/12/08      Concealed Compartments In Vehicles                        TRA506R   East Hazel Crest Village Hall
 5/12/08        5/13/08      Defensive Tactics For Patrol:                             PHY002R   Gurnee Police Department
 5/12/08        5/13/08      Proper Lock-Up Procedures For Female Arrestees            PHY003R   Buffalo Grove Police Department
 5/12/08        5/13/08      Stops: Strategies And Tactics Of Patrol Stops             TRA003R   Round Lake Beach Police Department
 5/12/08        5/14/08      Field Sobriety Testing: Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus (HGN)   TRA500R   Westchester Police Department
 5/12/08        5/16/08      40 Hour Basic Crisis Negotiations                         COM021R   Carpentersville Fire Station 3
 5/13/08        5/13/08      Basic DUI Enforcement                                     TRA502R   Streamwood Police Department
 5/13/08        5/15/08      John Reid Interviews And Interrogations                   INV410R   Hoffman Estates Police Department
 5/13/08        5/16/08      32 Hour Police Cyclist Class                              PAT931R   Naperville Police Department
 5/13/08        5/16/08      Supervising/Managing the Field Training Process           MAN200R   Estelle Sieb Center(Norridge)
 5/14/08        5/14/08      Basic Media Relations                                     COM035R   Oak Lawn Police Department
 5/14/08        5/14/08      Motor Vehicle Theft for Patrol Officers (ISP)             INV040R   Arlington Heights Police Department
 5/14/08        5/14/08      Testifying In A DUI Trial                                 LEG009R   Berwyn Police Department
 5/15/08        5/15/08      Designer Drugs Awareness                                  INV023R   Glenview Police Department
 5/15/08        5/16/08      Basic Computer Crime Investigation for First Responders   INV048R   Suburban Law Enforcement Academy
 5/15/08        5/16/08      Close Quarter Handgun Skills                              PHY034R   Harvey Police Department
 5/15/08        5/16/08      Emergency Spanish For Telecommunicators                   COM031R   Bolingbrook Police Department
 5/16/08        5/16/08      Officer Down: Tactical Response Techniques                PHY008R   Krause Center
 5/16/08        5/16/08      Use of Covert GPS in Criminal Investigations              INV068R   Elmhurst Police Department
 5/19/08        5/19/08      Concealed Compartments In Vehicles                        TRA506R   Estelle Sieb Center(Norridge)
 5/19/08        5/19/08      Juvenile Interrogation and Delinquency Update             PAT615R   Riverdale Police Department
 5/19/08        5/21/08      Emergency-Based Spanish for Law Enforcement               COM016R   Berwyn Police Department
 5/19/08        5/21/08      Police Honor Guard                                        TRA060R   Maryville Academy
 5/19/08        5/21/08      Police Urban Rifle/Carbine Tactical Shooting Skills       PHY518R   Harvey Police Department
 5/19/08        5/22/08      32 Hour Police Cyclist Class                              PAT931R   Judson University - Plant Operations B
 5/19/08        5/23/08      40 Hour Basic Truck Weight Enforcement                    TRA902R   Olympia Fields Police Department
 5/19/08        5/23/08      40 Hour Gang Enforcement Skills Program                   PAT903R   Bolingbrook Police Department
 5/19/08        5/23/08      40 Hour PPCT Defensive Tactics Instructor Course          TTT301R   Tinley Park Police Department

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                                                  MAY 2008 (CONT.)
 5/20/08      5/20/08   40 Hour Juvenile CD Version - REVIEW & TEST                 PAT904D        North East Multi-Regional Training,Inc.
 5/20/08      5/20/08   Pre-Retirement Planning                                     PAT015R        Lisle Police Department
 5/20/08      5/22/08   Arrest, Search, & Seizure Update For Sgts And Lts           LEG011R        South Barrington Police Department
 5/20/08      5/22/08   PPCT Defensive Tactics Instructor Update                    TTT310R        Elmhurst Police Department
 5/20/08      5/23/08   Breath Analysis For Alcohol Training                        TRA903R        Burbank Police Department
 5/21/08      5/21/08   First Response To Critical Incidents                        PAT040R        Roselle Police Department
 5/21/08      5/21/08   Use Of Force Workshop For Sergeants And Lieutenants         LEG030R        Summit Police Department
 5/22/08      5/22/08   Basic PowerPoint Presentation Practical                     TTT150R        Judson University - Lindner Towers
 5/22/08      5/22/08   Report Writing For Patrol Officers                          COM406R        Hodgkins Police Department
 5/23/08      5/23/08   Basic Clandestine Meth Lab Awareness                        PAT412R        Crystal Lake Police Department
 5/23/08      5/23/08   Law Enforcement Protective Measures:                        PAT140R        Bloomingdale Police Department
 5/24/08      5/24/08   Portable Weight Scale Certification                         TRA019P        Olympia Fields Police Department
 5/27/08      5/27/08   Current Trends in Drug Abuse                                INV905R        Bartlett Village Hall
 5/28/08      5/28/08   Recent Case Law: How It Affects Police Operations           LEG047R        Lake in the Hills Police Learning Center
 5/29/08      5/29/08   Police Mountain Bike Repair                                 PAT147R        Burbank Police Department
 5/30/08      5/30/08   Instructor Training for Oleoresin Capsicum (Pepper Spray)   TTT302R        Bolingbrook Police Department
 5/31/08      5/31/08   Emergency Vehicle Operator Course                           TRA002R        Moraine Valley Community College




                                                        JUNE 2008
                                                                                    Program
Start Date   End Date                         Course Title                                                        Host Site
                                                                                    Number
  6/1/08       6/1/08   Emergency Vehicle Operator Course                           TRA002R        Elgin Police Department
  6/2/08       6/6/08   40 Hour Field Training Officer (Sokolove Model)             TTT902R        Buffalo Grove Police Department
  6/3/08       6/3/08   Vehicle Reclamation                                         PAT003R        Glenview Police Department
  6/6/08       6/6/08   Illinois Vehicle Code Refresher Course                      LEG503R        Oswego Police Department
  6/6/08       6/6/08   Preventing And Resolving Sexual Harassment                  MAN003R        Batavia Police Department
  6/6/08       6/6/08   Truck Weight Refresher                                      TRA014R        Oak Lawn Police Department
  6/9/08       6/9/08   40 Hour Juvenile CD Version - REVIEW & TEST                 PAT904D        Police Training Institute
  6/9/08      6/13/08   40 Hour Firearms Instructor                                 TTT500R        Berwyn Police Department
 6/10/08      6/10/08   Ethnic And Cultural Awareness For Patrol Officers           PAT702R        East Hazel Crest Village Hall
 6/10/08      6/12/08   John Reid Interviews And Interrogations                     INV410R        Plainfield Police Department
 6/13/08      6/13/08   Illinois Vehicle Code Refresher Course                      LEG503R        Park Ridge Public WorksService Center
 6/14/08      6/14/08   4 Hour Mandatory Firearms Training Waiver (P.A. 90-646)     PHY513R        Des Plaines Police Firearms Range
 6/16/08      6/20/08   40 Hour Commercial Vehicle Safety Inspection                TRA908R        Bloomingdale Police Department
 6/16/08      6/20/08   40 Hour Rifle/Carbine Instructor                            PHY502R        Harvey Police Department
 6/17/08      6/17/08   40 Hour Juvenile CD Version - REVIEW & TEST                 PAT904D        North East Multi-Regional Training,Inc.
 6/17/08      6/29/08   40 Hour Mandatory Firearms Training Program                 PHY500R        Wheaton Police Department
 6/18/08      6/18/08   Designer Drugs Awareness                                    INV023R        Lansing Police Department
 6/22/08      6/23/08   Physical Surveillance Using G.P.S.                          INV069R        Lemont Police Department
 6/23/08      6/24/08   Close Quarter Handgun Skills                                PHY034R        Harvey Police Department
 6/24/08      6/26/08   Field Sobriety Testing: Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus (HGN)     TRA500R        Hoffman Estates Police Department
 6/25/08      6/27/08   Canine Course #5: Tracking & Article Recovery               PAT128R        Tops Dog Kennels
 6/27/08      6/27/08   Basic PowerPoint Presentation Practical                     TTT150R        Northwestern Business College




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                                      Regional Course Calendars
                                                      NORTH COOK CO.

                                                                                       Program
Start Date     End Date                            Course Title                                                Host Site
                                                                                       Number

  3/3/08         3/3/08      Emergency Response to Terrorism/Basic Concepts            PAT726R   Park Ridge Public WorksService Center
  3/3/08         3/5/08      Emergency-Based Spanish for Law Enforcement               COM016R   Winnetka Police Department
  3/6/08         3/6/08      Report Writing                                            COM408R   Northbrook Police Department
 3/10/08        3/10/08      Law Enforcement Ethics For Patro                          PAT008R   Lincolnwood Police Department
 3/25/08        3/26/08      Designer Drugs Awareness Instructor                       TTT006R   Lincolnwood Police Department
 3/26/08        3/26/08      Mental Preparation for Winning Violent Encounters         PAT183R   Northbrook Police Department
 3/31/08         4/4/08      40 Hour Basic Truck Weight Enforcement                    TRA902R   Northbrook Police Department
  4/5/08         4/5/08      Portable Weight Scale Certification                       TRA019P   Northbrook Police Department
  4/8/08         4/9/08      Verbal Judo                                               COM004R   Northbrook Police Department
 4/14/08        4/15/08      Vehicle Stops                                             TRA001R   Lincolnwood Police Department
 4/21/08        4/25/08      40 Hour Homicide Investigations                           INV911R   Northbrook Police Department
  5/5/08         5/5/08      Officer Wellness and Fitness                              PAT180R   Glenview Police Department
  5/6/08         5/8/08      Laws of Arrest, Search, and Seizure                       LEG050R   Winnetka Police Department
  5/7/08         5/7/08      Injury Prevention for Defensive Tactics Instructors       PHY036R   Glenview Police Department
  5/8/08         5/8/08      Basic Records Practices                                   COM402R   Northbrook Police Department
  5/8/08         5/8/08      Specialized Fitness Training for SWAT Officers            PHY037R   Glenview Police Department
 5/15/08        5/15/08      Designer Drugs Awareness                                  INV023R   Glenview Police Department
  6/3/08         6/3/08      Vehicle Reclamation                                       PAT003R   Glenview Police Department
 6/13/08        6/13/08      Illinois Vehicle Code Refresher Course                    LEG503R   Park Ridge Public WorksService Center




                                                 NORTHWEST COOK CO.
                                                                                       Program
Start Date     End Date                            Course Title                                                Host Site
                                                                                       Number

  3/3/08         3/7/08      40 Hour Basic Investigation Skills Program                INV903R   Streamwood Police Department
  3/3/08         3/3/08      Advanced DUI Enforcement                                  TRA504R   Arlington Heights Police Department
 3/17/08        3/21/08      40 Hour Law Review For Illinois Peace Officers            LEG900R   Barrington - Inverness PoliceDepartment
 3/25/08         4/6/08      40 Hour Mandatory Firearms Training Program               PHY500R   Des Plaines Police Firearms Range
  4/7/08         4/8/08      Arson Investigation: Basic Crime Scene Skills             INV800R   Palatine Police Department
  4/7/08         4/9/08      Tactical Groundfighting Instructor                        TTT016R   Hoffman Estates Police Department
 4/14/08        4/17/08      32 Hour FATS III Instructor Course                        TTT501R   Streamwood Police Department
 4/14/08        4/14/08      Child Abuse Awareness For Patrol Officers                 PAT602R   Arlington Heights Police Department
 4/14/08        4/16/08      Emergency-Based Spanish for Law Enforcement               COM016R   Hoffman Estates Police Department
 4/17/08        4/17/08      Identity Theft and Related Offenses                       INV061R   Bartlett Village Hal
 4/21/08        4/24/08      Breath Alcohol Testing (ISP)                              TRA905R   Hoffman Estates Police Department
 4/22/08        4/22/08      Recruitment of Police Applicants                          MAN071R   Palatine Police Department
 4/29/08        4/29/08      Crime Scene Investigation                                 INV001R   Streamwood Police Department
  5/1/08         5/1/08      Adolescent Psychology                                     COM110R   South Barrington Police Department
 5/13/08        5/13/08      Basic DUI Enforcement                                     TRA502R   Streamwood Police Department
 5/13/08        5/15/08      John Reid Interviews And Interrogations                   INV410R   Hoffman Estates Police Department
 5/14/08        5/14/08      Motor Vehicle Theft for Patrol Officers (ISP)             INV040R   Arlington Heights Police Department
 5/19/08        5/21/08      Police Honor Guard                                        TRA060R   Maryville Academy
 5/20/08        5/22/08      Arrest, Search, & Seizure Update For Sgts And Lts         LEG011R   South Barrington Police Department
 5/27/08        5/27/08      Current Trends in Drug Abuse                              INV905R   Bartlett Village Hal
 6/14/08        6/14/08      4 Hour Mandatory Firearms Training Waiver (P.A. 90-646)   PHY513R   Des Plaines Police Firearms Range
 6/24/08        6/26/08      Field Sobriety Testing: Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus (HGN)   TRA500R   Hoffman Estates Police Department




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                                                  SOUTH COOK CO.
                                                                                  Program
Start Date   End Date                         Course Title                                                     Host Site
                                                                                  Number

  3/4/08       3/6/08   Drugged Driver Detection                                  TRA501R        East Hazel Crest Village Hal
 3/10/08      3/11/08   AR-15 / M-16 Armorer Schoo                                PHY527R        Olympia Fields Police Department
 3/11/08      3/14/08   32 Hour In-Service Refresher Course                       PAT136R        Moraine Valley Community College
 3/11/08      3/11/08   Communication Tactics                                     COM009R        Riverdale Police Department
 3/15/08      3/15/08   4 Hour Mandatory Firearms Training Waiver (P.A. 90-646)   PHY513R        Flossmoor Police Department
 3/17/08      3/18/08   Close Quarter Handgun Skills                              PHY034R        Harvey Police Department
 3/28/08      3/28/08   Basic Shooting Skills: Problem Solving Practica           PHY514R        Flossmoor Police Department
 3/31/08       4/4/08   40 Hour Field Training Officer (Sokolove Model)           TTT902R        Tinley Park Police Department
  4/1/08       4/1/08   Writing Effective Search Warrants                         COM400R        Oak Lawn Police Department
  4/8/08       4/8/08   Recruitment of Police Applicants                          MAN071R        Lansing Police Department
 4/14/08      4/18/08   40 Hour Basic Evidence Technician Program (Cook)          INV901R        Tinley Park Police Department
 4/14/08      4/15/08   Close Quarter Handgun Skills                              PHY034R        Harvey Police Department
 4/15/08      4/15/08   Footwear Impression Evidence Workshop                     INV055R        Burbank Police Department
 4/16/08      4/16/08   The Laws of Interrogation - How to Take Statements        LEG060R        Riverdale Police Department
 4/18/08      4/18/08   Testifying in Court                                       LEG054R        East Hazel Crest Village Hal
 4/21/08      4/23/08   Firearms Instructor Development:                          LEG014R        Flossmoor Police Department
 4/23/08      4/23/08   Raid Planning And High Risk Warrant Service               INV701R        Matteson Police Department
 4/29/08      4/29/08   Effective Use Of Preliminary Breath Test Instruments      TRA505R        Burbank Police Department
  5/5/08       5/6/08   Stops: Strategies And Tactics Of Patrol Stops             TRA003R        Calumet Park Police Department
  5/6/08       5/6/08   Knife Defense and Emergency Applications for Patro        PAT199R        Tinley Park Police Department
 5/12/08      5/12/08   Concealed Compartments In Vehicles                        TRA506R        East Hazel Crest Village Hal
 5/14/08      5/14/08   Basic Media Relations                                     COM035R        Oak Lawn Police Department
 5/15/08      5/16/08   Close Quarter Handgun Skills                              PHY034R        Harvey Police Department
 5/19/08      5/23/08   40 Hour Basic Truck Weight Enforcement                    TRA902R        Olympia Fields Police Department
 5/19/08      5/23/08   40 Hour PPCT Defensive Tactics Instructor Course          TTT301R        Tinley Park Police Department
 5/19/08      5/19/08   Juvenile Interrogation and Delinquency Update             PAT615R        Riverdale Police Department
 5/19/08      5/21/08   Police Urban Rifle/Carbine Tactical Shooting Skills       PHY518R        Harvey Police Department
 5/20/08      5/23/08   Breath Analysis For Alcohol Training                      TRA903R        Burbank Police Department
 5/21/08      5/21/08   Use Of Force Workshop For Sergeants And Lieutenants       LEG030R        Summit Police Department
 5/24/08      5/24/08   Portable Weight Scale Certification                       TRA019P        Olympia Fields Police Department
 5/29/08      5/29/08   Police Mountain Bike Repair                               PAT147R        Burbank Police Department
 5/31/08      5/31/08   Emergency Vehicle Operator Course                         TRA002R        Moraine Valley Community College
  6/6/08       6/6/08   Truck Weight Refresher                                    TRA014R        Oak Lawn Police Department
 6/10/08      6/10/08   Ethnic And Cultural Awareness For Patrol Officers         PAT702R        East Hazel Crest Village Hal
 6/16/08      6/20/08   40 Hour Rifle/Carbine Instructor                          PHY502R        Harvey Police Department
 6/18/08      6/18/08   Designer Drugs Awareness                                  INV023R        Lansing Police Department
 6/22/08      6/23/08   Physical Surveillance Using G.P.S.                        INV069R        Lemont Police Department
 6/23/08      6/24/08   Close Quarter Handgun Skills                              PHY034R        Harvey Police Department
 6/27/08      6/27/08   Basic PowerPoint Presentation Practical                   TTT150R        Northwestern Business College




                                                   WEST COOK CO.
                                                                                  Program
Start Date   End Date                         Course Title                                                     Host Site
                                                                                  Number

  3/3/08       3/7/08   40 Hour Basic Narcotics Investigator                      INV904R        Hodgkins Police Department
  3/4/08       3/5/08   Death Investigation Seminar                               INV003R        Cook County Medical Examiner
  3/5/08       3/5/08   Basic Background Investigation                            MAN809R        Berwyn Police Department
  3/7/08       3/7/08   Hand Cuffing Instructor Course                            TTT311R        Estelle Sieb Center(Norridge)
 3/10/08      3/11/08   Acting Patrol Officer In Charge                           MAN001R        Hodgkins Police Department
 3/12/08      3/13/08   De-Escalation Strategies for Safe Street Encounters       MAN042R        La Grange Park Police Department
 3/20/08      3/21/08   Leadership Skills For Street Supervisors                  MAN407R        Hodgkins Police Department
 3/24/08      3/28/08    40 Hour Instructor Development Course                    TTT900R        La Grange Park Police Department
 3/25/08      3/27/08   Laws of Arrest, Search, and Seizure                       LEG050R        Westchester Police Department
  4/7/08      4/11/08   40 Hour Juvenile Specialist Skills Program                PAT904R        Hodgkins Police Department
  4/9/08       4/9/08   Law Enforcement Performance Improvement:                  PAT179R        Estelle Sieb Center(Norridge)
 4/10/08      4/10/08   Basic Records Practices                                   COM402R        La Grange Park Police Department
 4/10/08      4/10/08   Gypsy And Traveler Crime Investigation                    INV013R        Westchester Police Department
 4/14/08      4/16/08   Training Manager Specialist                               MAN043R        Westchester Police Department

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                                                WEST COOK CO. (CONT.)
 4/19/08        4/19/08      4 Hour Mandatory Firearms Training Waiver (P.A. 90-646)    PHY513R   Berwyn Police Department
 4/25/08        4/25/08      Domestic Violence/Crisis Intervention                      PAT601R   Hodgkins Polic
 4/25/08        4/25/08      Investigation of Domestic Violence                         INV038R   La Grange Park Police Department
  5/6/08         5/7/08      Death Investigation Seminar                                INV003R   Cook County Medical Examiner
  5/6/08         5/6/08      Digital Evidence Processing                                INV094R   Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory
  5/7/08         5/7/08      Imagescan                                                  INV114R   Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory
  5/9/08         5/9/08      Criminal History Records                                   COM401R   La Grange Park Police Department
 5/12/08        5/14/08      Field Sobriety Testing: Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus (HGN)    TRA500R   Westchester Police Department
 5/13/08        5/16/08      Supervising/Managing the Field Training Process            MAN200R   Estelle Sieb Center(Norridge)
 5/14/08        5/14/08      Testifying In A DUI Tria                                   LEG009R   Berwyn Police Department
 5/19/08        5/19/08      Concealed Compartments In Vehicles                         TRA506R   Estelle Sieb Center(Norridge)
 5/19/08        5/21/08      Emergency-Based Spanish for Law Enforcement                COM016R   Berwyn Police Department
 5/22/08        5/22/08      Report Writing For Patrol Officers                         COM406R   Hodgkins Police Department
  6/9/08        6/13/08      40 Hour Firearms Instructor                                TTT500R   Berwyn Police Department




                                                           DUPAGE CO.
                                                                                        Program
Start Date     End Date                           Course Title                                                  Host Site
                                                                                        Number

  3/3/08         3/4/08      Bullet Trajectory Reconstruction                           INV900R   Suburban Law Enforcement Academy
  3/4/08         3/4/08      Basic Weapons Retention                                    PHY512R   Bloomingdale Police Department
 3/10/08        3/13/08      Breath Analysis For Alcohol Training                       TRA903R   Lisle Police Department
 3/10/08        3/14/08      Computer Crimes Investigation                              INV110R   Suburban Law Enforcement Academy
 3/13/08        3/13/08      Busting Burnout:                                           PAT511R   Suburban Law Enforcement Academy
 3/15/08        3/15/08      How Law Enforcement Careers Affect Family Life             PAT509R   Suburban Law Enforcement Academy
 3/19/08        3/20/08      Internal Affairs Investigations                            INV039R   Roselle Police Department
 3/21/08        3/21/08      Dispatcher Update On Sexual Assault Domestic Violence      COM607R   Downers Grove Police Department
 3/27/08        3/27/08      Criminal Law Review For Illinois Peace Officers            LEG003R   Clarendon Hills Police Department
 3/28/08        3/28/08      Expandable Baton: Train-The-Trainer                        TTT307R   Lisle Police Department
 3/28/08        3/28/08      Mental Preparation for Winning Violent Encounters          PAT183R   Elmhurst Police Department
 3/28/08        3/28/08      Practical Case Law Analysis                                LEG043R   Darien Police Department
 3/31/08         4/4/08      40 Hour Firearms Instructor                                TTT500R   Wheaton Police Department
  4/3/08         4/3/08      Du Page County Gang Awareness                              PAT414R   Elmhurst Police Department
  4/7/08        4/11/08      40 Hour Basic Evidence Technician Program (Du Page)        INV091R   Du Page County Sheriff's Department
  4/7/08         4/8/08      Introduction to Computer Fraud                             PAT211R   Suburban Law Enforcement Academy
  4/8/08        4/10/08      Arrest, Search, & Seizure Update For Sgs And Lieutenants   LEG011R   Downers Grove Police Department
  4/8/08         4/8/08      Dispatcher Performance Enhancement                         MAN046R   Lombard Village Hal
  4/9/08         4/9/08      Sex Offender Registration Update                           PAT732R   Naperville Police Department
 4/11/08        4/11/08      Ballistic Shield Use for Patro                             PAT345R   Du Page County Airport
 4/16/08        4/16/08      Bicycling Enforcement for Safer Roads                      PAT065R   Elmhurst Police Department
 4/16/08        4/17/08      Interviews and Interrogations                              INV408R   Westmont Police Department
 4/21/08        4/25/08      40 Hour Supervising Drug Unit Operations                   MAN904R   Downers Grove Police Department
 4/21/08        4/21/08      Solutions to Supervision and Management Issues             MAN201R   Suburban Law Enforcement Academy
 4/22/08        4/24/08      24 Hour PPCT Edged Weapon Instructor Course                TTT300R   Elmhurst Police Department
 4/22/08        4/24/08      Cell Phone and Portable Storage Forensic Investigation     INV109R   Suburban Law Enforcement Academy
 4/22/08        4/22/08      Chapter 705, Act 405: Juvenile Court Act                   LEG400R   Naperville Police Department
 4/22/08        4/22/08      Investigating Use of Force for Field Supervisors           MAN919R   Lisle Police Department
  5/5/08         5/9/08      40 Hour Juvenile Specialist Skills Program                 PAT904R   Roselle Police Department
  5/5/08         5/8/08      Breath Alcohol Testing (ISP)                               TRA905R   Warrenville Fire Station
  5/5/08         5/6/08      Digital Photography for Law Enforcement Professionals      PAT168R   Suburban Law Enforcement Academy
  5/8/08         5/8/08      Busting Burnout:                                           PAT511R   Suburban Law Enforcement Academy
 5/12/08        5/12/08      Bicycle Officer Refresher                                  PAT044R   Naperville Police Department
 5/13/08        5/16/08      32 Hour Police Cyclist Class                               PAT931R   Naperville Police Department
 5/15/08        5/16/08      Basic Computer Crime Investigation for First Responders    INV048R   Suburban Law Enforcement Academy
 5/16/08        5/16/08      Use of Covert GPS in Criminal Investigations               INV068R   Elmhurst Police Department
 5/20/08        5/22/08      PPCT Defensive Tactics Instructor Update                   TTT310R   Elmhurst Police Department
 5/20/08        5/20/08      Pre-Retirement Planning                                    PAT015R   Lisle Police Department
 5/21/08        5/21/08      First Response To Critical Incidents                       PAT040R   Roselle Police Department
 5/23/08        5/23/08      Law Enforcement Protective Measures                        PAT140R   Bloomingdale Police Department
 6/16/08        6/20/08      40 Hour Commercial Vehicle Safety Inspection               TRA908R   Bloomingdale Police Department
 6/17/08        6/29/08      40 Hour Mandatory Firearms Training Program                PHY500R   Wheaton Police Department




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                                       KANE & KENDALL COUNTIES

                                                                                  Program
Start Date   End Date                         Course Title                                                      Host Site
                                                                                  Number

 3/17/08      3/21/08   40 Hour Field Training Officer Program (San Jose Model)   TTT910R        Carpentersville Fire Station 3
 3/17/08      3/19/08   Advanced Evidence Technician                              INV090R        Batavia Police Department
 3/18/08      3/18/08   40 Hour JuvenileCD Version - REVIEW & TEST                PAT904D        North East Multi-Regional Training,Inc.
 3/27/08      3/28/08   Sex Assault Crime Scene Practica                          INV102R        Batavia Police Department
  4/8/08       4/8/08   Crimes Against The Elderly                                INV005R        Elgin Police Department
  4/8/08       4/9/08   John Reid Advanced Interviews And Interrogations          INV420R        West Dundee Public Safety Bldg #2
 4/15/08      4/15/08   40 Hour JuvenileCD Version - REVIEW & TEST                PAT904D        North East Multi-Regional Training,Inc.
 4/15/08      4/15/08   Law Enforcement Ethics For Sergeants And Lieutenants      PAT108R        Batavia Police Department
 4/15/08      4/15/08   Street Drugs                                              PAT406R        St. Charles Police Department
 4/17/08      4/17/08   Tactical Ground Fighting                                  PHY028R        Fox Valley Park Prisco CommuCenter
 4/21/08      4/25/08    40 Hour Instructor Development Course                    TTT900R        Batavia Police Department
 4/21/08      4/21/08   Injury Prevention for Defensive Tactics Instructors       PHY036R        Elgin Police Department
 4/22/08      4/22/08   Bicycling Enforcement for Safer Roads                     PAT065R        St. Charles Police Department
 4/22/08      4/22/08   Specialized Fitness Training for SWAT Officers            PHY037R        Elgin Police Department
 4/23/08      4/23/08   Forming Critical Incident Response Teams (Schools)        PAT305R        Elgin Police Department
 4/24/08      4/25/08   Multi-Hazard Emergency Planning for Illinois Schools      TTT906R        Elgin Police Department
  5/1/08       5/1/08   De-Escalating Juvenile Aggression                         MAN051R        Batavia Police Department
  5/2/08       5/2/08   Basic Clandestine Meth Lab Awareness                      PAT412R        Montgomery Police Department
  5/6/08       5/6/08   Street Gang Identification And Activities Overview        PAT403R        Carpentersville Fire Station 3
 5/12/08      5/16/08   40 Hour Basic Crisis Negotiations                         COM021R        Carpentersville Fire Station 3
 5/19/08      5/22/08   32 Hour Police Cyclist Class                              PAT931R        Judson University - Plant Operations B
 5/20/08      5/20/08   40 Hour JuvenileCD Version - REVIEW & TEST                PAT904D        North East Multi-Regional Training,Inc.
 5/22/08      5/22/08   Basic PowerPoint Presentation Practica                    TTT150R        Judson University - Lindner Towers
  6/1/08       6/1/08   Emergency Vehicle Operator Course                         TRA002R        Elgin Police Department
  6/6/08       6/6/08   Preventing And Resolving Sexual Harassm                   MAN003R        Batavia Police Department
 6/17/08      6/17/08   40 Hour JuvenileCD Version - REVIEW & TEST                PAT904D        North East Multi-Regional Training,Inc.

                                                        Kendall County


 3/19/08      3/19/08   First Responder Decision Making                           PAT034R        Oswego Police Department
  6/6/08       6/6/08   Illinois Vehicle Code Refresher Course                    LEG503R        Oswego Police Department




                                                        LAKE CO.
                                                                                  Program
Start Date   End Date                         Course Title                                                      Host Site
                                                                                  Number
  3/6/08       3/6/08   Investigating Financial Crimes                            INV004R        Buffalo Grove Police Department
  3/8/08       3/9/08   Canine Course #3: Certification                           PAT052R        Tops Dog Kennels
 3/10/08      3/14/08   40 Hour Juvenile Specialist Skills Program                PAT904R        Gurnee Police Department
 3/10/08      3/10/08   Latent Print Technology Work Shop:Commercial Motor        INV509R        Lake Zurich Police Department
 3/20/08      3/20/08   Vehicle - Hotel/Motel Drug Interdiction                   TRA023R        Lake Zurich Police Department
 3/24/08      3/28/08   40 Hour Gang Enforcement Skills Program                   PAT903R        Mundelein Police Department
 3/25/08      3/25/08   Internet Safety for Parents 101                           TTT920R        College Of Lake County
 3/27/08      3/27/08   Mental Health Update                                      PAT450R        Buffalo Grove Police Department
 3/29/08      3/30/08   Canine Course #3: Certification                           PAT052R        Tops Dog Kennels
  4/1/08       4/1/08   Use of Covert GPS in Criminal Investigations              INV068R        Lake Zurich Police Department
  4/9/08      4/11/08   Canine Course #5: Tracking & Article Recovery             PAT128R        Tops Dog Kennels
  4/9/08       4/9/08   Financial Exploitation of Seniors                         INV075R        Gurnee Police Department
 4/14/08      4/17/08   Breath Analysis For Alcohol Training                      TRA903R        Mundelein Police Department
 4/21/08      4/25/08   40 Hour Basic Evidence Technician Program(Campbell)       INV915R        Lake Zurich Police Department
 4/22/08      4/23/08   Sex Crimes Investigation                                  INV008R        Gurnee Police Department
 4/30/08      4/30/08   Risk Management and Civil Liability- Section 1983         MAN815R        Gurnee Police Department
  5/7/08       5/7/08   Drugged Driver Overview                                   TRA507R        Mundelein Police Department
  5/9/08       5/9/08   Mobile Video Taping-Legal Aspects                         LEG036R        Buffalo Grove Police Department
 5/12/08      5/13/08   Defensive Tactics For Patrol:                             PHY002R        Gurnee Police Department
 5/12/08      5/13/08   Proper Lock-Up Procedures For Female Arrestees            PHY003R        Buffalo Grove Police Department
 5/12/08      5/13/08   Stops: Strategies And Tactics Of Patrol Stops             TRA003R        Round Lake Beach Police Department
 5/16/08      5/16/08   Officer Down: Tactical Response Techniques                PHY008R        Krause Center
  6/2/08       6/6/08   40 Hour Field Training Officer (Sokolove Model)           TTT902R        Buffalo Grove Police Department
 6/25/08      6/27/08   Canine Course #5: Tracking & Article Recovery             PAT128R        Tops Dog Kennels


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                                                         MCHENRY CO.
                                                                                         Program
Start Date     End Date                            Course Title                                                   Host Site
                                                                                         Number

  3/3/08          3/4/08     Verbal Judo                                                 COM004R   Mc Henry Police Department
  3/6/08          3/6/08     False I.D.'S And Unlawfully Altered Driver's Licenses       PAT027R   Algonquin Police Department
 3/10/08         3/14/08     40 Hour Basic Traffic Accident Investigators Course         TRA901R   Lake in the Hills Police Learning Center
 3/27/08         3/27/08     Mental Preparation for Winning Violent Encounters           PAT183R   Mc Henry Police Department
  4/7/08          4/8/08     Law Enforcement Ethics For F.T.O.'S                         PAT208R   Crystal Lake Police Department
  4/7/08          4/7/08     Making Great Community Presentations                        COM006R   Algonquin Police Department
 4/11/08         4/11/08     Managing the Legal Risks of Training                        MAN065R   Algonquin Police Department
 4/11/08         4/11/08     Non-Verbal Communication in Conjunction With Interview      COM075R   Mc Henry Police Department
 4/15/08         4/17/08     Simulation-Based Training for Initial Responders            PAT084R   Lake in the Hills Police Learning Center
 4/24/08         4/24/08     Legal Aspects Of Police Management                          LEG804R   Algonquin Police Department
 4/28/08          5/2/08     40 Hour First Line Supervisory Skills Program               MAN902R   Lake in the Hills Police Learning Center
  5/6/08          5/7/08     Crime Free Multi-Housing Program                            INV024R   Algonquin Police Department
 5/23/08         5/23/08     Basic Clandestine Meth Lab Awareness                        PAT412R   Crystal Lake Police Department
 5/28/08         5/28/08     Recent Case Law: How It Affects Police Operations           LEG047R   Lake in the Hills Police Learning Center




                                                              WILL CO.
                                                                                         Program
Start Date     End Date                            Course Title                                                   Host Site
                                                                                         Number
 3/27/08         3/27/08     Identity Theft and Related Offenses                         INV061R   Plainfield Police Department
  4/1/08          4/1/08     Trouble Shooting Search and Seizure                         LEG049R   Bolingbrook Police Department
 4/11/08         4/11/08     Chapter 720: Illinois Criminal Code Review                  LEG720R   Bolingbrook Police Department
 4/23/08         4/24/08     DYCOM: Dynamic Tactical Control Methods                     PHY053R   Midwest Academy of United Martial Arts
 5/15/08         5/16/08     Emergency Spanish For Telecommunicators                     COM031R   Bolingbrook Police Department
 5/19/08         5/23/08     40 Hour Gang Enforcement Skills Program                     PAT903R   Bolingbrook Police Department
 5/30/08         5/30/08     Instructor Training for Oleoresin Capsicum (Pepper Spray)   TTT302R   Bolingbrook Police Department
 6/10/08         6/12/08     John Reid Interviews And Interrogations                     INV410R   Plainfield Police Department




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Part Time Training Info
                                                                         Basic Part-Time
                                                   Law Enforcement Officer Training
                                         In accordance with Public Act 89-170, all part-time sworn police officers in the state of Illinois
                                   are required to successfully complete a Basic Part-Time Law Enforcement Officer Training Course.
                                   North East Multi-Regional Training, Inc. is offering a choice of two different basic training academies
                                   to fulfill the requirements of this act. The tuition shown below for each of these academies is eligible
                                   for reimbursement through the Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board upon completion of
                                   the academy.


                                                                              S pecialized T raining T esting A nd
       Part-time Enhancement Program
                                                                                        R ecordkeeping
   NEMRT’s Part-Time Enhancement Program is a 360 hour course               Through the efforts of the Illinois Law Enforcement Training
 presented in four consecutive modules, each certified by the Illinois
                                                                          Standards Board, the STTAR program has been redeveloped to
 Law Enforcement Training Standards Board. The curriculum
                                                                          deliver the 360 hour “Community Oriented Part-Time Police Training
 replicates the 400 hour Basic Training Program conducted at each of
                                                                          Program.”
 the state’s basic police academies, including the philosophies of
 Community Oriented Policing.                                               The STTAR system utilizes the internet to deliver approximately
  The PEP program is taught by current law enforcement practitioners      244 hours of training. Students choose times most convenient for their
 and hosted by local community colleges. Students completing the          schedules to independently complete an average of 6-7 hours of
 PEP course will be eligible to receive upwards of 20 hours of college    training per week through the internet and corresponding workbooks.
 credit from the host college. The course consists of approximately 16    This training is supplemented with 8-hour classroom sessions for
 hours of classroom and hands-on training each week, distributed over     each unit, where officers review the material they have viewed for
 two weekly 4-hour evening sessions and one 8-hour session each           that unit, and engage in lecture and practical exercises. The total
 Saturday. Students will complete exams, write term papers and            program requires approximately 9 months to complete.
 reports, and maintain a notebook throughout the program. The total
 program requires approximately 6 months to complete.                      The next STTAR program is tentatively scheduled to begin in
                                                                          December 2007, location to be determined.
  The next PEP program will begin in August 2007. POWER
 Testing will be done in July and August.                                  Tuition:$1,000.00

  Tuition: $1,580.00



Students are required to successfully complete the P.O.W.E.R. test to enroll in either PEP or STTAR. NEMRT offers the P.O.W.E.R. test
prior to the orientation for each program. There is a $35.00 fee to take the test. Exact dates and locations will be announced.




The 40 Hour Mandatory Firearms course is not included within either the PEP or the STTAR academies. Therefore, we have arranged a special
firearms course reserved for those part-time officers enrolling in the academy who have not yet been certified. Tuition for the course is the
standard in-service tuition of $175.00. Please indicate on the pre-registration form those officers who are enrolling in both the academy and the
firearms course. The dates for this course will be announced.
Contact Marty Schaefer, Basic Training Manager, for required enrollment paperwork.




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Consulting Services
                             CONSULTING SERVICES

This course catalog reflects the training needs of agencies throughout our membership. However, we realize
that your department may also have unique, sudden, or critical training needs that may not be addressed
among these courses. We also realize that you may not have the time or resources necessary to develop
customized, high-quality training programs. To meet these unique needs, NEMRT staff is available to
develop In-House programs.
Customized Training
In-House programs provide customized training, designed exclusively for your department’s needs and
scheduling demands. They can be a valuable means of meeting your departmental training goals effectively
and efficiently.

NEMRT staff will develop your curriculum, contract instructors, compile handouts, process registrations,
and issue training certificates. Many area departments have taken advantage of this valuable service. In fact,
NEMRT develops over 200 In-House training programs a year!
Standard Curriculum
Some agencies have used In-House programming not only for customized curriculum, but also to deliver
our standard in-service programming to their entire departments. A partial list of these In-House courses
includes:

           Verbal Judo
           Courtesy and Diplomacy for Non-Sworn Personnel
           Laws of Arrest, Search and Seizure
           Hazardous Materials Refresher
           Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus
           Essential Spanish for Police
Additional Information
If you have any questions about our In-House programming services, please call John Haley, Deputy
Director, Research and Development, at (630) 896-8860, ext. 107. John will be happy to discuss your needs
and provide valuable training alternatives.




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                FATS III SIMULATOR TRAINING




  Since 1993, NEMRT, in conjunction with the ILETSB, began using FATS simulator training. This system
is the state-of-the-art firearms training tool which trains officers in sound judgmental shooting skills.
  The simulator is one of NEMRT’s most popular and valuable training courses. The system allows realistic
student interaction in critical shoot/don’t shoot scenarios. The featured scenarios portray events and
outcomes as they may actually occur in the community. Many of the scenarios will permit the instructor to
change or branch from a Shoot to a No Shoot or Less Than Lethal Force scenario. The instructor also has the
option of turning less dangerous scenarios into more deadly encounters.
  To date, we have trained over 1500 officers and have a staff of 132 certified instructors. Several
departments have trained their K-9 units with the simulator. Additionally, some departments have invited
their mayors, aldermen, city council members, participants in citizen police academies, and non-sworn staff
to train on the FATS III, creating a bridge of understanding to law enforcement.
  The popularity of this training machine is attested by the fact that there is an extensive waiting list to use the
simulator. NEMRT is doing everything possible to satisfy requests.
 There is no charge to our member departments for the simulator to be delivered to their departments. Non-
member agencies may request to use the FATS III machine, but members receive preference. If your agency
would like to utilize this valuable training tool, contact FATS III Coordinator Shelley Johnson at ext. 115.




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How to Become a
NEMRT Member
                                      WHAT IS NEMRT?




North East Multi-Regional Training is one of seventeen Mobile Teams of the Illinois ASSIST
Program. We provide in-service training to law enforcement and corrections personnel throughout
metropolitan Chicago.

Since its incorporation in 1983, NEMRT has trained thousands of officers throughout Illinois,
Wisconsin, and Indiana. Students attending our programs span every rank, from community service
officers to chiefs of police. We have presented thousands of seminars and workshops, ranging in
length from 2 to 400 hours. Our course content ranges from refresher training to university-directed
Staff and Command courses.

Our programs are designed to provide the highest quality training at the most competitive price.

This section of the course catalog contains answers to some of the questions you might have
concerning the training offered by North East Multi-Regional Training, including:

                 Membership costs
                 Membership benefits
                 Becoming a NEMRT member

If you would like any further clarification, or if our staff can assist you in any way, please call
Director Philip A. Brankin at (630) 896-8860, ext. 106.




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                       THE ASSIST PROGRAM




The Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board administers the Intergovernmental Law
Enforcement Officers In-Service Training Act (P.A. 82-674). This Act, coupled with the Traffic
Surcharge and Criminal Conviction fund, provides the structure and financial support for a unique
state\local partnership. This partnership provides decentralized delivery of in-service training
within commuting distance of virtually every law enforcement and corrections officer in the state.

On January 1, 1983, The Illinois Law Enforcement Training Standards Board launched A Statewide
System of In-Service Training, known as the ASSIST Program. Within five years, the Mobile Team
Unit conducted over 7,000 courses for over 120,000 in-service practitioners. The ASSIST Program
has since gained national recognition as one of the most cost-effective and comprehensive in-
service training systems in the United States.

The objectives of the program are:

             To encourage local law enforcement and corrections officers to upgrade their
             knowledge, skills, and techniques pertinent to the law enforcement profession

             To provide local law enforcement officers with training opportunities within
             their own locales and on flexible schedules

             To provide quality training on topics of instruction centered on specific training
             needs




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                               NEMRT MEMBERSHIP




Effective July 1, 2007 (the start of the 2008 Fiscal Year), Annual membership in North East
Multi-Regional Training will be $90.00 per full-time officer. In addition to payment for all full-
time officers, members may select from three payment options to tailor training for their civilian,
reserve, part-time, and auxiliary officers:

       1.        You may pay for all full-time, part-time, reserve and auxiliary officers, and civilians
                 within your total membership at $90.00 per individual.

       2.        You may pay for all full-time officers and only a specified number of your total
                 civilian, reserve, part-time, and auxiliary officers. The number chosen is entirely up
                 to you.

       3.        You may pay for full-time officers only and pay non-member tuition fees for those
                 classes attended by your civilian, reserve, part-time, and auxiliary officers.

As an added benefit, members employing more than 125 full-time officers need only pay for the
first 125 officers. This maximum membership fee of $11,250.00 entitles all full-time officers, not
merely the first 125, to unlimited training through North East Multi-Regional Training for the
membership year. Membership fees would still need to be paid for any part-time, reserve, or
civilian employees you wish to include.

Occasionally, courses are offered that require tuition from member and non-member departments
alike. These fees arise from the special equipment that may accompany the course, or from the
expense arising from bringing in an out-of-state expert for timely courses of a technical nature.
However, member department tuition fees are typically lower than a non-members.




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                  MEMBERSHIP CATEGORIES

NEMRT's voting membership consists of municipal and county law enforcement agencies whose
units of government have voluntarily signed an Intergovernmental Agreement, or have passed a
Resolution and Adoption of existing Intergovernmental Agreements, which establishes "NEMRT,
INC." as a mobile team in-service training unit. Member departments are invited to the Annual
Election of Directors, held on the first Tuesday of March, to cast their votes.

Member department Intergovernmental Agreements are self-renewing and do not require annual
processing unless membership is dropped for more than one year. Then the Agreements will be
addressed as a new membership again.

Non-voting member departments are federal and state law enforcement agencies who are eligible to
participate in regional law enforcement in-service training under the Illinois Intergovernmental Law
Enforcement Officers In-Service Training Act, but are precluded from signing an
Intergovernmental Agreement due to the structure of their governing rules. In such cases,
department administrators may contract with NEMRT, Inc./Mobile Team Unit #3, to allow their law
enforcement personnel to participate in the Region's in-service training efforts at an annual rate
established by the NEMRT, Inc. Advisory Board. Non-voting member departments are precluded
from serving on the Board of Directors or voting on matters that affect NEMRT, Inc./Mobile Team
Unit #3 operations, policies, and/or procedures.

Non-member departments are federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies that decline formal
membership in the ASSIST Program. They remain eligible to participate and attend in-service
training under the In-Service Training Act, but are required to pay tuition as listed in the course
descriptions. Non-member agencies are billed for attendance after the completion of each course.




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Computer-Based
   Training
40 Hour Juvenile Specialist Program - CD Version
 NEMRT is pleased to offer a CD-ROM based Juvenile Officer Program. You and your officers can choose the
 time, place and pace at which they learn, and bring their training right to the desktop! This program has been
 thoroughly reviewed and certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board.

 This Distance Learning CD based training program has been designed by NEMRT, with experts from the fields
 of juvenile law, social work, and law enforcement to provide newly assigned or promoted juvenile officers with
 the skills, knowledge, and behaviors they will need for success in that position. They will be familiar with and
 assume the legal, moral and social roles that will assist your agency in its community-policing role.

 Officers who take this CD-ROM course and pass the exam will be Illinois state-certified Juvenile Officers,
 just as if they had attended a traditional, classroom training course!


Topics covered include:                                                         Registration & Purchase Information
- Role and responsibility of the juvenile officer
                                                                              Students completing the program may register to take the state
- Communicating with adolescents and parents
                                                                              certification examination, which will be offered on the third
- Adolescents and the media
                                                                              Tuesday of each month (instead of Wednesdays), from 8:30-
- Intervention and the five prevention strategies
                                                                              11:30 am, at NEMRT’s office in North Aurora.
- Juvenile Court Act (Chapter 705)
- Complete glossary of terms
                                                                              After purchasing your CD, you may register your officer for an
- Abused, neglected, and dependent minors
                                                                              examination date and time as you would for any NEMRT course.
- Minors requiring authoritative intervention
                                                                              Registrations can be submitted via fax or made on-line at
- Delinquent minors
                                                                              www.nemrt.com.
- Psycho-dynamics of child abuse
- Role of law enforcement and social services
                                                                              To purchase a CD, or for more information, contact Mary Pocius
- Protective custody
                                                                              at ext. 116 or at mary@nemrt.com.
- Investigative techniques
- Preparing child abuse cases for court
                                                                              Cost: $120 - includes one copy of the CD-ROM and one
- Sexual abuse and sexual exploitation investigations
                                                                              certification exam.

Some of the Benefits:                                                         Additional officers can use the same CD-ROM for in-service and
                                                                              refresher training at no charge.
- Available for use by your staff 24/7
- Saves your agency travel, over-time, and other expenses                     Additional officers may register to take the exam for $75.00
- Covers the same curriculum as our 40 Hour Juvenile Specialist               each.
  classroom course, but in less time
- Always available as a resource to anyone in your agency
- Contains all current Illinois Juvenile Court Act revisions

 40 Hour Juvenile Specialist                        This Distance Learning CD-based training program has been designed by NEMRT, with experts from
                                                    the fields of juvenile law, social work, and law enforcement, to provide newly assigned or promoted
 Program CD Version -                               juvenile officers with the skills, knowledge, and behaviors they will need for success in that position.
 MANDATORY REVIEW &                                 They will be familiar with and assume the legal, moral, and social roles that will assist your agency in
                                                    its community-policing role.
 TEST
                                                    Juvenile officers have a unique role in both enforcing the laws but also in responding to family
 PAT904D                                            problems in a compassionate and effective manner. Their position requires them to act as both a
                                                    protector of youth as well as society as a whole by both investigating criminal acts for findings of
                                                    "delinquency and in supporting youths in growing out of adolescence", without experiencing the
 March 18, 2008                                     stigma of police involvement.
 April 15, 2008                                     Officers who take this CD-ROM course and pass the examination will be Illinois state-certified
 May 20, 2008                                       Juvenile Officers, just as if they had attended a traditional, classroom training course.
 NEMRT, Inc. , N. Aurora                            You may register your officer for an examination date and time as you would for any NEMRT course.
                                                    Registrations can be submitted via fax or made on-line at www.nemrt.com. Please note: The C.D. must
                                                    be purchased prior to examinations being taken.
 08:00 AM to 11:00 AM
                                                    This course will be taught by: Sergeant Brian Galske, Chicago Ridge Police Department.

 Member Tuition: $75.00
 Non-Member Tuition: $75.00

 Limit: Unlimited
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                         North East Multi-Regional Training
                                    introduces:
                                 The Illinois Officers
                                 Legal Source Book
                                  by Dale Anderson
   This easy-to-read book explaines the laws that officers need to know in order to perform their duties
  professionally. Using numerous illustrations and models, Attorney at Law Mr. Dale Anderson provides
                invaluable information to help you avoid civil liability under Section 1983.
                                          Topics covered:
                                        Search and Seizure
                                     Admissions and Confessions
                                          Identifications
                                          Report Writing
                                             Testimony
                                           Civil Liability
Here is what a few law enforcement professionals who use Mr. Anderson’s Legal Source Books have said
about it:

"I find it (Legal Source Book) to be a useful resource on the nuances of criminal liability when I'm
defending officers at the civil level."
         -- Police Officer Liability Attorney

"I consider Dale's book my Bible. It is very easy to read and obtain information from quickly."
        -- Lt. Stephen A. Harder
           Rock Island, Illinois Police Department

“Mr. Anderson has complied a book that deals with complex issues in such a way that the average street
officer can easily apprehend.”
        -- Diana M. Kirk,
           Assistant Chief, El Paso, Texas Police Department

                                Purchase your copy now!!!
                                 Cost: $35.00 for the book
                               or $25.00 for the CD version
                                  (Postage and Handling Included)
To purchase a Book or CD contact North East Multi-Regional Training, Mary Pocius at ext. 116, or via e-
mail to mary@nemrt.com




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Host Site Directions
ADDISON POLICE DEPARTMENT                                                   BLOOMINGDALE POLICE DEPARTMENT
131 West Lake Street                                                        201 S. Bloomingdale Road
Addison, Illinois                                                           Bloomingdale IL 60108
The Police Dept./Village Hall is at the intersection of Lake St. (Rt. 20)   Bloomingdale Rd. is approx. 3 miles west of Rt. 53 and approx. 5
and Army Trail Road, 1 block west of Addison Rd. and about 2 miles          miles east of Rt. 59. If coming on Lake St./Rt. 20, turn south on
east of Rt. 53                                                              Bloomingdale Rd. If coming on Army Trail Rd., turn north on
                                                                            Bloomingdale Rd. Park in the extreme east end of lot.
ALGONQUIN POLICE DEPARTMENT
2200 Harnish Drive                                                          BOLINGBROOK POLICE DEPARTMENT
Algonquin IL 60102                                                          375 W. Briarcliff Road
I-90 to Randall Road. North on Randall Rd. to Harnish Dr. East on           Bolingbrook IL 60440-0951
Harnish Dr. approx. 1/2 mile to the facility.                               From the North: Take I-355 to Boughton Road. West on Boughton
                                                                            Rd. to Rt. 53. South on Rt. 53 to Briarcliff. West on Briarcliff to
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS POLICE DEPARTMENT                                         department.From the South: Take I-294 to I-55. I-55 south to Rt.
200 E. Sigwalt Street                                                       53. North on Rt. 53 to Briarcliff. West on Briarcliff to department.
Arlington Hts. IL 60005
Northwest Highway (Rt. 14) to Arlington Heights Rd. Arlington               BUFFALO GROVE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Heights Rd. to Sigwalt. East on Sigwalt for 1/2 blocks to the               46 Raupp Blvd.
entrance of the facility. Park in the lot located at the southeast corner   Buffalo Grove IL 60089
of Sigwalt and Belmont.                                                     Take I-290 to Rt. 53. North on Rt. 53 to Lake-Cook Road. East on
                                                                            Lake-Cook Road to Raupp Blvd. North on Raupp to facility. Raupp
BARRINGTON - INVERNESS POLICE DEPARTMENT                                    Blvd. is one block west of Buffalo Grove Rd, and the station is about
400 North NorthWest Highway                                                 8 minutes from Rt. 53. ** Park on street near PD **
Barrington IL 60010
From I-90, exit north bound on Barrington Rd to Rt.14. East on              BURBANK POLICE DEPARTMENT
Rt.14. BPD 1/2 mile down on the west side of street. From the east:         5650 West 75th Place
east bound Lake Cook Rd. to Rt.14. North on Rt.14 to BPD. From              Burbank IL 60459-1542
the north: North bound Rt.59 to Rt.14. East on Rt.14 to BPD. From           79th Street to Central Avenue. Central Avenue north to 75th Place.
the west: either Rt.14 or Lake Cook Rd.                                     West on 75th Place to the end of the block and the facility. Park in
                                                                            the lot on the south side of the street.
BARTLETT VILLAGE HALL
228 S. Main St.                                                             CALUMET PARK POLICE DEPARTMENT
Bartlett IL 60103-4955                                                      12409 S. Throop Street
Rt. 59 to Bartlett Rd. East on Bartlett Rd. and continue as the road        Calumet Park IL 60827-5897
becomes Railroad Avenue. Proceed until it dead-ends into Main St.           I-57 to 127th Street. East on 127th St. to Throop Street. North on
South on Main St. two blocks to the police department/village hall.         Throop - the department is toward the end of the block.
Please do not park in the Village Hall lot as space is limited.
Parking is available; On Oak Ave, on westside of Municipal                  CAROL STREAM POLICE DEPARTMENT
complex, in Metra parking lot, north of Railroad Ave and east of            500 North Gary Ave.
Main Street east of Town Center, in Village lot, at Oak Ave and             Carol Stream IL 60188
Oneida Ave, north of Railroad Tracks and behind Associated Bank             Rt. 59 to North Avenue. North Ave. east to Gary Ave. Gary Ave.
                                                                            North to Hiawatha Street. West on Hiawatha 1/2 block to the
BATAVIA POLICE DEPARTMENT                                                   department - corner of Gary and Hiawatha.
101 North Island Avenue
Batavia IL 60510                                                            CARPENTERSVILLE FIRE STATION 3
I-88 to Rt. 31. Rt. 31 North to Wilson St. East on Wilson St. two           5000 Sleepy Hollow Road
blocks to Island Avenue. North on Island Ave into the Batavia               Carpentersville IL 60110
Government Center parking lot.                                              Southeast Corner of Grandview and Sleepy Hollow From the South:
** PLEASE PARK ON HOUSTON STREET**                                          Randall Road North to Grandview Drive, Grandview Drive east to
                                                                            Fire Station 3 or; From the North: Randall Road South to County
BATAVIA EAST SIDE COMMUNITY CENTER                                          Line Road (in Algonquin), County Line east to Sleepy Hollow,
14 N. Van Buren St.                                                         Sleepy Hollow south to Fire Station 3
Batavia, IL 60510
I-88 to Rt. 31. Rt. 31 north to Wilson St. Wilson St. to Van Buren -        CENTURY STATION
facility is at the corner of Wilson and Van Buren.                          112 N. 1st Avenue
                                                                            St. Charles IL 60174
BERWYN POLICE DEPARTMENT                                                    Use the 1st Avenue Entrance and the stairway adjacent to the
6401 W. 31st Street                                                         entrance. The training room is on the second Floor, 1st door on
Berwyn IL 60402                                                             right. There is elevator access also, when leaving the elevator go
Just west of Ridgeland or just east of East Ave. on 31st Street.            down hallway straight ahead, first door on left. Any questions
Access to Redgeland or East Ave. can be made from Ogden Ave to              regarding directions can be directed here at 377-4458.
the south or 26th or Cermak to the north.




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CHANNAHON POLICE DEPARTMENT                                               DES PLAINES POLICE DEPARTMENT
24555 S. Navajo Drive                                                     FIREARMS RANGE
Channahon IL 60410-3334                                                   1111 Joseph Schwab Road
I-55 south to Rt. 6. West on Rt. 6 to Navajo Dr. Right on Navajo Dr.      Des Plaines IL 60016
to the station, located at the west end of the village hall. Use the      I-294 to Touhy. West on Touhy to Des Plaines River Road. North to
second driveway on the right and park on the west side of the             Des Plaines River Road to Algonquin Road. East on Algonquin
building.                                                                 Road 1/2 mile to Joseph Schwab Road. North to Public Works
                                                                          building at corner of Algonquin and Joseph Schwab Road. Enter by
CLARENDON HILLS POLICE DEPARTMENT                                         south door.
448 Park Ave.
Clarendon Hills IL 60514                                                  DIPLOMAT WEST BANQUETS
Cass Avenue to Richmond Street. East on Richmond to Park Ave. Left        681 W. North Avenue
on Park Ave to facility.                                                  Elmhurst IL 60126
                                                                          At the northwest corner of North Ave. (Rt. 64) and Rt. 83, Elmhurst.
COLLEGE OF LAKE COUNTY
 19351 West Washington Street,                                            DOWNERS GROVE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Grayslake, IL 60030                                                       825 Burlington Ave.
I-294 to the Belvidere Road (Route 120 west exit.) Proceed west on        Downers Grove IL 60515
Belvidere to the stop light at Route 45. Go north (a right turn) to the   I-88 to Highland Avenue. South on Highland Ave. past Ogden Ave
second stop light at Brae Loch Road and turn left to the college          (Rt. 34). Highland Ave becomes Main Street south of Ogden. Take
campus.                                                                   Main St. over the railroad tracks to Curtis. Go east on Curtis for
                                                                          about 1 block.Turn left into the Village Hall/Police Department.
COOK COUNTY MEDICAL EXAMINER                                              PARK IN THE SECTION IMMEDIATELY WEST OF THE
2121 W. Harrison                                                          POLICE FACILITY.
Chicago IL 60612
I-290 to Western Ave. South on Western to Harrison. East on               DUPAGE COUNTY AIRPORT
Harrison two blocks to facility. Part in the Chicago Technology           2700 International Drive,
Park's Medical Center Commission Center Block 2 parking lot, on           West Chicago, IL 60185
the west side of Leavitt St., 1/2 block south of Harrison. An             From I-88 (Coming from the East or West), exit at Route 59. North
attendant from the Medical Examiner's office will be available to         on 59 to Rt. 38/Roosevelt Rd.. West on Rt. 38 to Kautz Rd. Right on
direct participants to th proper location.                                Kautz Rd. to International Drive. Right on International Drive. From
                                                                          I-90/ Northwest Tollway (Coming from either direction), exit at Rt.
COUNTRYSIDE POLICE DEPARTMENT                                             59. South on Rt. 59 to Rt. 64/North Avenue. West on Rt. 64 to Kautz
5550 South East Avenue                                                    Rd. Left on Kautz Rd. to International Dr. Left on International Dr.
Countryside IL 60525
Northbound I-55 to Joliet Road. North on Joliet Road to the 6th stop      DU PAGE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT
light, which will be East Avenue. Left onto East Avenue. The              501 North County Farm Rd.
department is 4 blocks down the street, on the left.                      Wheaton IL 60187
                                                                          I-88 to Rt 59. North on Rt. 59 to Roosevelt Road (Rt 38). East on
CRYSTAL LAKE POLICE DEPARTMENT                                            Roosevelt to County Farm Road. North on County Farm Road to the
100 W. Municipal Complex                                                  facility. Park in the 479 parking garage and enter the facility on the
Crystal Lake IL 60014-4262                                                west side through the door marked "Sheriff's Employees and
Northwest Highway (Rt. 14) to Dole Avenue. Northeast on Dole to           Training Students."
the intersection of Dole and Woodstock Street and the Police/Fire
complex.NOTE: PARK AT CITY HALL PARKING LOT,                              DU PAGE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT - 4
NORTHEAST OF THE POLICE DEPARTMENT.                                       TRAINING FACILITY
                                                                          32 W 420 Roosevelt Road
DARIEN POLICE DEPARTMENT                                                  West Chicago IL 60185
1710 Plainfield Road                                                      This site is by the Du Page County Airport.
Darien IL 60561                                                           From the West: Route 59 to Roosevelt Rd. (Rt. 38), west on
I-55 to Cass Avenue. North on Cass Ave to Plainfield Road. West           Roosevelt to the facility; site is on the north side of the street
on Plainfield Rd. about 4 blocks to municipal complex. West               From the East: I-88 to Route 59 to Roosevelt Rd. west to the
building - parking lot to the north. NOTE; THE DARIEN POLICE              facility
ASK THAT STUDENTS NOT PARK IN THE FIRST FOUR                              From the North: I-90 to Route 59 to Roosevelt Rd. west to the
PARKING SPOTS NORTH OF THE STATION ENTRANCE OR                            facility
THE FIRST FOUR SPOTS NORTH OF THE VILLAGE HALL                            From the South: 355 to I-88 to Route 59 to Roosevelt Rd. west to
ENTRANCE.                                                                 the facility




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EAST HAZEL CREST VILLAGE HALL                                             FOX VALLEY PARK DISTRICT: PRISCO COMMUNITY
1904 West 174th Street                                                    CENTER
E. Hazel Crest IL 60429                                                   150 W. Illinois Ave
Effective December 15 through next summer the Dixie Highway               Aurora IL 60505
ramp off I-295 and I-80 will be closed. Coming from the north you         I-88 east to Lake St./Rt.31 exit. Turn right at light and head sound on
can exit I-294 at 159 street, go east on 159 to Dixie and then south      Lake St. (Rt. 31). Turn left onto Illinois Ave. the Prisco Community
on Dixie to Commuter Parking Lot at about 174 street. From the            Center is located at the SE corner of Lake S. and Illinois Ave.
west exit I-80 at Kedzie, go south to 175, east on 175 to Dixie
Highway and north on Dixie about 1/2 block. From the east you can         GLENVIEW POLICE DEPARTMENT
still exit at Halsted north to 171, 171 west to Wood street, turn south   2500 East Lake Avenue
on Wood to the Commuter Parking Lot. The Village Hall is located at       Glenview IL 60026
the north end of the Commuter Parking Lot.                                Northhbound: I-294 to Dempster. East on Dempster to Waukegan
                                                                          Road. North on Waukegan Road to the facility.Southbound: I-294 to
ELGIN POLICE DEPARTMENT                                                   Willow Road. East on Willow Rd. to Waukegan Rd. South to the
151 Douglas                                                               facility.
Elgin IL 60120
Rt. 31 to Kimball Street. East on Kimball to Douglas Avenue. South        GLENWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT
on Douglas Avenue.                                                        1 Asselburn Way
                                                                          Glenwood IL 60425
ELGIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE, MAIN CAMPUS,                                     Take the I-294 Sto IL-1 (Halsted St). S exit - Halsted St to 187th St.
ITR BUILDING                                                              Turn left at W 187th St to Glenwood Rd. Turn left at Glenwood Rd to
1700 Spartan Drive                                                        Main St. Bear right at W Main St to Young St. Turn left at S Young St
Elgin, Illinois                                                           to Center St. Continue on E Center St to Pine Ln. Turn left at N Pine
I-90 to Randall Road. South on Randall to South Street (Target store      Ln to facility.
on west corner). East on South St. six blocks to Renner Drive or
Second St. Turn right and travel two blocks to the campus.                GOVERNORS STATE UNIVERSITY
                                                                          1 University Parkway
ELMHURST POLICE DEPARTMENT                                                University Park, IL 60466
125 East First Street                                                     Exit I-57 at Sauk Trail. East to Cicero Ave. South to Stuenkel Rd. East
Elmhurst IL 60126                                                         to the university. Park in the B or C lots near the flagpoles.
Take North Avenue (Rt. 64) to York Road. South on York Road to
Third Street. West on Third Street to Addison Street (1 block).           GURNEE POLICE DEPARTMENT
South on Addison to First Street. East on First St. to facility.DON'T     100 North 0'Plaine Road
PARK ON THE WEST SIDE OF THE STATION - THERE IS A 3-                      Gurnee IL 60031
HOUR LIMIT THERE                                                          I-94 to Rt. 132. East on Rt. 132 to Oplaine. North on Oplaine 1
                                                                          block to Old Grand Avenue. The police department is down 1/2
ELMWOOD PARK POLICE TRAINING CENTER                                       block.
7420 W. Fullerton Ave
Elmwood Park IL 60707                                                     HARVEY POLICE DEPARTMENT
I-290 to First Avenue. North on First Ave to Fullerton Ave. East on       15301 Dixie Highway
Fullerton Ave. approximately 2 miles to department. Training Center       Harvey IL 60426
is directly behind the police department. ALT. ROUTE: Take I-90 to        I-80 to the Indiana/Dixie Highway - there is a big sign that says
Cumberland South on Cumberland past Grand Ave to Thatcher on              "Dixie Highway Next Turn." North on Dixie Highway to the
Thatcher to Fullerton Ave. East on Fullerton approximately 2 miles.       department, about 3 miles on the east side of the road.

ESTELLE SIEB COMMUNITY CENTER (NORRIDGE)                                  HARWOOD HEIGHTS POLICE DEPARTMENT
7774 West Irving Park Road                                                7300 W. Wilson Avenue
Norridge IL 60706                                                         Harwood Heights, Illinois
I-90 to Cumberland. South on Cumberland to Irving Park Road.              I-90 to Harlem Ave (Rt. 43) south to Wilson Ave. Turn right, heading
East on Irving Park Rd. for about 1 mile to the Center. The Center is     west, on Wilson to the facility.
located on the corner of Irving Park and Ozark. From the north, take
I-294 to Irving Park Road East on Irving Park Road.

FLOSSMOOR POLICE DEPARTMENT
2800 Flossmoor Road
Flossmoor IL 60422
Due to the Dixie Hwy exit being closed on I-80/I-294 take S/B I-294
to 159th Street exit. Go west to Kedzie Ave. Turn left (south) on
Kedzie to Flossmoor Road. Turn left ( East) on Flossmoor to the
Police Department. Don't take the following directions until
construction is complete: I-294 to Dixie Highway. South on Dixie
Highway to Flossmoor Road. West on Flossmoor Road to the
Police Department.



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HILLSIDE POLICE DEPARTMENT                                                  KRAUSE CENTER
425 Hillside Ave.                                                           851 Krause Drive
Hillside IL 60162-1215                                                      Buffalo Grove IL 60089
From the north: I-294 to I-290 towards Rockford, immediately exit           North on Milwaukee Ave. to Deerfield Parkway. West on Deerfield
I-290 onto North Avenue, loop around and enter onto I-290 Chicago.          Parkway to Krause Dr. turn left. The facility is located on the
Take I-290 approx. 3/4 mile and exit onto eastbound St. Charles Rd.         southeast corner.
to Wolf Road. Turn right onto Wolf Rd. to Washington St. Right on
Washington to Hillside Ave. Left on Hillside Ave. 1 block to the            LA GRANGE PARK POLICE DEPARTMENT
facility, on the left.                                                      447 North Catherine Ave.
From the south: I-294 to Roosevelt Rd. This exit is immediately past        La Grange Park IL 60526
the Cermak toll plaza, so don’t use I-pass lanes. Take Roosevelt east       I-294 to Ogden. East on Ogden to Catherine. North on Catherine to
to Wolf Rd. Left on Wolf Rd. to Butterfield Rd. Left on Butterfield         facility.From LaGrange Rd: Turn west on Woodlawn (5th street north
R. to Hillside Ave. Right on Hillside to the facility, one block on the     of Ogden Ave, approx. 3/4 mile south of 31st Street)
right.Park either in the rear (East side) of the building or along
Hillside Avenue.                                                            LAKE IN THE HILLS POLICE DEPARTMENT
                                                                            1115 Crystal Lake Road
HODGKINS POLICE DEPARTMENT                                                  Lake In The Hills IL 60156
6015 Lenzi Avenue                                                           I-90 to Randall Road. North on Randall to Lake in the Hills and Rt.
Hodgkins IL 60525                                                           62. Right on Rt. 62 to Crystal Lake Road. Left on Crystal Lake Rd.
From the southwest - I-55 east to the Joliet Road Exit (exit is on the      to the department.
left). East on Joliet Road (just past the 6th stop light - approximately
2.5) to Linzi. Right on Linzi to Station. From the northeast - I-55         LAKE IN THE HILLS POLICE DEPARTMENT SAFETY
south to LaGrange Rd (Rt 45). North on LaGrange Road to Joliet              LEARNING CENTER
Road. (3rd stop light - approx. 1 mile. East on Joliet Rd. (just past       1109 Crystal Lake Road
the 2nd stop light - approx. .5 miles to Linzi. Right on Linzi to           Lake In The Hills IL 60102
station. From the north - I294 to I-55/Joliet Road exit. East on Joliet     Randall Rd. to Algonquin Rd. (Rt. 62). East on Algonquin, go two
Rd. (just past the 6th stop light - approximate 2.5 miles to Linzi.         blocks to Crystal Lake Rd. North on Crystal Lake Rd. approx. 3/4
Right on Linzi to station. From the far south - I-294 to I-55 north         mile to Oak and Crystal Lake Rd. From Rt. 31: go west on Algonquin
(east/Chicago). I-55 east to LaGrange Rd (Rt 45). North on                  Rd. about 1.5 miles to Crystal Lake Rd. North on Crystal Lake Rd. to
LaGrange Rd to Joliet Rd. (3rd stop light-approx. 1 mile) East on           facility.
Joliet Rd (just past 2nd stop light - approx. .5 miles to Linzi . Right
on Linzi to station.                                                        LAKE ZURICH POLICE DEPARTMENT
                                                                            200 Mohawk Trail
HOFFMAN ESTATES POLICE DEPARTMENT                                           Lake Zurich IL 60047
1200 North Gannon Drive                                                     I-94 to Halfday Road (Rt 22). Halfday Road west into Lake Zurich
Hoffman Estates IL 60169                                                    to Old Rand Road. South on Old Rand Road over railroad tracks.
From the East: I-90 to Roselle Road. South on Roselle Road to Golf          Mohawk is the first street on the left once past the tracks.
Road. West on Golf Road to Gannon Drive. Department on corner
of Golf and Gannon.From the West: I-90 to Rt. 59. Rt 59 south to            LANSING POLICE DEPARTMENT
Golf Road. East on Golf Road to Gannon. NOTE: Park in the lot to            2710 170th Street
the north of the facility. DON'T PARK directly in front of the              Lansing IL 60438
building.                                                                   I-80/94 to Torrence. North on Torrence to 170th St. East on 170th
                                                                            St. approx. 1 mile to the department.
JUDSON UNIVERSITY - LINDNER CENTER
500 West River Road                                                         LINCOLNWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT
Elgin IL 60123                                                              6900 North Lincoln
This 7 story building is located at corner of US 31 and Tollway Turn        Lincolnwood IL 60712
off of US 31 at River Rd and proceed to first parking lot on left side      East on Touhy from I-294 or I-94. South on Lincoln ½ mile to the
of road. The building is clearly marked with Judson College in large        municipal complex.Training is held in the Police/Fire training room
letters at the top of the building. The address is 500 W. River Rd.         located in the building/fire department. Enter the training room via
The computer lab is on the first floor near the back of the building.       the Building & Fire department entrance only.**Please do not enter
Use the main front entrance and follow the NEMRT Class signs.               the police station when looking for the training room. Parking is
                                                                            available behind the Police station.
JUDSON UNIVERSITY - PLANT OPERATIONS BUILDING
500 West River Road                                                         LISLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Elgin IL 60123                                                              5040 Lincoln Avenue
Enter campus via River Road (Flags/Gate House) entrance, proceed            Lisle IL 60532
to 4 way stop intersection at center of campus turn left and proceed        From Ogden Ave. (Rt. 34), go south on Rt. 53 (Lincoln Ave.) approx.
down hill. At Y veer to left past the baseball field. Plant operations is   1/2 - 1 mile to new Lisle Police facility. At the corner of Rt. 53 and
where road circles. Park by tennis courts                                   Short St.      NOTE: Park south of the Police Department in the
                                                                            Park District lot at Short Street and Riverview Drive.




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LOMBARD VILLAGE HALL                                                        MUNDELEIN POLICE DEPARTMENT
255 E. Wilson                                                               221 N. Lake St.
Lombard IL 60148                                                            Mundelein IL 60060
Roosevelt Road (rt 38) to Main Street. North on Main Street to              Please park in the upper-level Seymour Avenue lot in the last row or
Wilson Ave. East on Wilson Ave to Municipal Complex.                        in approved parking areas on Seymour Avenue. Do not park in the
                                                                            lot off of Route 45.
MARSEILLES NATIONAL GUARD RANGE
2515 North 23rd Road                                                        NAPERVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
I-80 west to Seneca exit (Exit 105). Exit onto Rt. 6 and go south to        1350 Aurora Ave
Rt. 170 in Seneca. South on Rt. 170 through Seneca, across the              Naperville IL 60540
Illinois River to 2350th Road. West on 2350th Road (which turns             I-88 to Rt 59. South on Rt 59 about 2 miles to Aurora Avenue (not
into 23rd Rd.) to the main gate (Gate #5).                                  North Aurora Rd). East on Aurora Ave to the department.

MARYVILLE ACADEMY                                                           NILES POLICE DEPARTMENT
1150 N. River Rd.                                                           7000 Touhy
DesPlaines IL 60016                                                         Niles IL 60714
I-294 North, exit at Dempster westbound to Rt.12 (Rand Rd.) to Rt.          I-294 to Touhy Avenue. East on Touhy approx. 4 miles to
45 (DesPlaines/River Rd.), turn right (north) to Central Ave. Turn          Milwaukee Avenue. The police department is on the corner of
left (west) to the entrance on the north side of Central. Proceed to        Milwaukee and Touhy.
the South Gym on the main drive, located in the Sylvia and Ben
Stein Social Center.                                                        NORTH RIVERSIDE POLICE DEPARTMENT
                                                                            2359 S. Des Plaines Ave.
MATTESON POLICE DEPARTMENT                                                  No. Riverside IL 60546-1564
20500 South Cicero                                                          Cermak Road to Des Plaines Avenue. South on Des Plaines Avenue
Matteson IL 60443                                                           for 2 blocks. Police Department is on the east side of the street.
I-57 to Rt. 30. East on Rt. 30 to Cicero (Rt. 50). North on Cicero to
the department, about 3/4 mile. On the west side of the street.             NORTHBROOK POLICE DEPARTMENT
                                                                            1401 Landwehr Road
MCHENRY CO. GOVERNMENT CENTER                                               Northbrook IL 60062
222 N. Seminary Avenue                                                      I-294 to Willow Road. East on Willow Road to Landwehr Road.
Woodstock, Illinois                                                         North on Landwehr Rd. approx. 1 mile to Walters Street. East into
From the south, take Rt.47 north approx. 1 mile north of Rt. 120 in         parking lot.PARK ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE BUILDING IN
Woodstock, the Center is on the east side at Russell Dr. Turn in on         THE EMPLOYEE PARKING LOT.
Russell, park in the east-side lot and enter building through the door
on the east wall, south side. From the east, take Rt. 120 west to Rt. 47,   NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT
go north on Rt. 47 approx. 1 mile to Russell Dr. From the west, take        5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
Rt. 176 east on Rt. 47, go north approx. 1 mile north of Rt. 120 to         Chicago, IL 60625
Russell Drive.                                                              From the North: Take 41 south to I-94 east and exit at Peterson east
                                                                            (41B). Proceed on Peterson to Pulaski and turn right (south). Take
MC HENRY POLICE DEPARTMENT                                                  Pulaski south to Bryn Mawr and turn left (east) to
333 South Green Street                                                      the campus.
Mc Henry IL 60050                                                           From the Northwest
Rt. 14 to Rt. 31. North on Rt. 31 to Bull Valley Road. Right on Bull        Take I-90 east to the Austin exit. At the stop sign, turn left and
Valley Rd. to Green. North on Green approx. 1 block to the                  follow the street around to the light at Foster. Turn left (east) on
department.                                                                 Foster. Proceed on Foster past Pulaski and turn left onto the NEIU
                                                                            campus.
MIDWEST ACADEMY OF UNITED MARTIAL ARTS                                      From the West
9227 Gulfstream Rd., Unit A                                                 Take I-88 east to I-290 east, to I-94 west. Exit Peterson east (41B).
Frankfort IL 60423                                                          Proceed on Peterson to Pulaski and turn right (south). Take Pulaski
I-80 to Rt. 45. South on Rt. 45 to White Street. Left on White Street       south to Bryn Mawr and turn left (east) to the campus.
to Nebraska St. Left on Nebraska Street to Center Road. Right on            From the South
Center Rd. to Gulfstream. Left on Gulfstream.                               Take I-94 west to Peterson and exit east. Proceed on Peterson to
                                                                            Pulaski and turn right (south). Take Pulaski to Bryn Mawr and turn
MONTGOMERY POLICE DEPARTMENT                                                left (east) to the campus.
10 Civic Center Avenue
Montgomery IL 60538
I-88 west to Orchard Rd. Turn left and take Orchard Rd. south to Rt.
30. Turn right and take Rt. 30 to the facility, on the north side of the
road.

MORAINE VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
9000 W. College Parkway
Palos Hills IL 60465
I-294 to 95th Street. West on 95th to 88th Avenue. South on 88th
Avenue to 107th Street.

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NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS COLLEGE                                         PARK RIDGE PUBLIC WORKS SERVICE CENTER
7725 S. Harlem Ave                                                    400 Busse Highway
Bridgeveiw IL 60455                                                   Park Ridge IL 60068
From Crete, Steger, Lynwood, Monee, Sauk Village, Chicago             From the north: I-294 to Golf Rd. Turn left/south onto East River
Heights, Glenwood: I-394 North to I-294 North (Milwaukee); exit       Rd., then turn left/east on Golf Rd and travel about 1.5 miles to
95th Street East (R) to Harlem Avenue North past 79th Street.         Greenwood Ave. Turn right/south on Greenwood and travel about 2
Park Forest, Richton Park, Matteson, Olympia Fields: I-57 North to    miles to Busse Hwy. Turn right/northwest on Busse Hwy to facility.
I-80 East to I-294 North (Milwaukee); exit 95th Street East (R) to    From the south: I-294 to Touhy Ave. East on Touhy about 1/2 mile
Harlem Avenue North past 79th Street.                                 to Dee Rd. Left/north on Dee Rd and travel about 1.75 miles to
Calumet City, Lansing, South Holland, Harvey, Markham, Phoenix:       Busse Hwy. Right/southeast on Busse to the facility. From the east:
I-294 North (Milwaukee); exit 95th Street East (R) to Harlem          I-90 west to N Cumberland Ave. Left/west on Higgins Rd, then
Avenue North past 79th Street.                                        right/north on Cumberland Ave. Travel approx. 4 miles to Touhy
Thornton, Hazel Crest, Homewood, Country Club Hills, Flossmore:       Ave. Left/west on Touhy to Greenwood. Right/north on Greenwood
I-80 East to I-294 North (Milwaukee); exit 95th Street East (R) to    3 blocks to Busse Hwy. Left/northwest on Busse to the facility.
Harlem Avenue North past 79th Street.                                 From the west: I-90 to N Cumberland Ave. Right/north on
Posen, Dixmoor, Riverdale, Dolton, Burnham: Sibley                    Cumberland Ave. Travel approximate 4 miles to Touhy Ave.
Boulevard/147th Street West to Cicero Avenue North (R) to 79th        Left/west on Touhy to Greenwood. Right/north on Greenwood 3
Street West (L) to Harlem Avenue North (R).                           blocks to Busse Hwy. Left/northwest on Busse to the facility.
Blue Island, Calumet Park: 127th Street West to Cicero Avenue
North (R) to 79th Street West to Harlem Avenue North (R).             PLAINFIELD POLICE DEPARTMENT
Robbins, Crestwood, Midlothian, Alsip: Cicero Avenue North (R) to     14300 S. Coil Plus Drive
79th Street West (L) to Harlem Avenue.                                Plainfield, IL 60544
Oak Forest, Tinley Park, Palos Heights, Worth: Harlem Avenue          Rt. 59 to 143rd St. West on 143rd Street to Van Dyke Rd. South on
North across 79th.                                                    Van Dyke Rd. to Coil Plus Drive. West on Coil Plus Drive to the
Frankfort, Mokena, Orland Hills, Orland Park, Palos Park: LaGrange    facility.
Road North to 79th Street East (R) to Harlem Avenue.
New Lenox, East Joliet Area: I-80 East, exit LaGrange Road North      PRAIRIE CENTER FOR THE ARTS - SCHAUMBURG
(Orland Park) to 79th Street East (R) to Harlem Avenue.               201 Schaumburg Ct.
West Joliet Area, Shorewood, Plainfield, Romeoville, Bolingbrook:     Schaumburg IL 60194
I-55 North; exit LaGrange Road South                                  Rt 53 to Higgins. West on Higgins to Meacham Road. South on
                                                                      Meacham Road to Schaumburg Road. West on Schaumburg Road to
OAK LAWN POLICE DEPARTMENT                                            the intersection of Schaumburg Road and Summit Drive. Left on
9446 South Raymond Street                                             Summit Drive and then left on Schaumburg Court. Prairie Center is
Oak Lawn IL 60453                                                     the second building.
I-294 to 95th Street. East on 95th to Cook Avenue. Left on Cook
Ave. to Dumke St. Left on Dumke to Raymond. Left on Raymond           PRAIRIE STATE COLLEGE- MATTESON CAMPUS
to enter the parking lot for the police department                    4821 Southwick Dr.
                                                                      Matteson IL 60443
OAK PARK POLICE DEPARTMENT                                            Take I-57 to Rt. 30 (Lincoln Hwy) exit, go east to Rt. 30 to Rt. 50
123 Madison St.                                                       (Cicero Ave.), go south on Cicero two blocks to Southwick (Sams
Oak Park, IL 60303                                                    Club Parking Lot). turn right and go one block; campus is located at
I-290 to Austin Boulevard. North on Austin Boulevard to Madison       4821 Southwick
St. West on Madison to the facility.
                                                                      REGIONAL COMPUTER FORENSICS LABORATORY
OLYMPIA FIELDS POLICE DEPARTMENT                                      Federal Customs Building
20040 Governor's Highway                                              610 S. Canal
Olympia Fields IL 60461                                               Chicago IL 60607
I-57 to Vollmer Road. East on Vollmer Road to Governor's              Pay parking lot located west of the facility; do not park around on
Highway. South on Governor's Highway to Scott Drive. The              street around the building----TOW ZONE; classroom is located on
department is on the corner.                                          the 5th floor

OSWEGO POLICE DEPARTMENT                                              RIVERDALE POLICE DEPARTMENT
3525 Route 34                                                         725 W. 138th Street
Oswego IL 60543                                                       Riverdale IL 60827
The department is located on Rt. 34 approx. 2 miles west of Rt. 30.   I-294 or I-57 to 127th Street. East on 127th Street to Halsted Street.
                                                                      South on Halsted Street to 138th Street. East on 138th Street to
PALATINE POLICE DEPARTMENT                                            Union Avenue. North on Union for 1/2 block to the Public Safety
200 East Wood Street                                                  Building.
Palatine IL 60067
I-290/Rt. 53 to Northwest Highway (Rt. 14). Northwest on Rt. 14 to    ROSELLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
Wood St. West on Wood St. to the department.                          103 S. Prospect St.
                                                                      Roselle IL 60172-2095
                                                                      Irving Park Rd (Rt. 19) to Prospect. South on Prospect 1/2 block to
                                                                      the department/Village Hall.PARK IN THE EAST LOT ONLY.


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ROUND LAKE BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT                                       SUMMIT POLICE DEPARTMENT
1947 N. Municipal Way                                                    5810 South Archer Road
Round Lake Beach IL 60073                                                Summit IL 60501
North of I-294/94 Tri-State to Grand Ave., west on Grand Ave to Rt       I-55 to Archer Ave. Archer south to facility.
45. Left on 45 (south) to Rollins Road. Right (west) on Rollins
Road to Orchard. Turn right (north) and go to Hook. Turn right           TINLEY PARK POLICE DEPARTMENT
(east) on Hook to Municipal Way. Police Dept is on the left.             7850 - 183rd Street
                                                                         Tinley Park IL 60477
SCHAUMBURG POLICE DEPT.                                                  The facility is 6 blocks (about .5-.75 mile) west of Harlem Avenue
1000 West Schaumburg Road                                                (Rt. 43) on 183rd Street.
Schaumburg, Illinois
Rt. 53 to Higgins. West on Higgins to Meacham Road. South on             TOPS DOG KENNELS
Meacham Road to Schaumburg Road. West on Schaumburg Road to              1460 East Belvidere Road
the police department. PARK IN THE SOUTH LOT, NEAREST TO                 Grayslake IL 60030
SCHAUMBURG ROAD.                                                         I-294 to Rt. 120. West on Rt. 120 to Rt. 45. North on Rt. 45 about 3
                                                                         miles west of entrance to College of Lake County is Belvidere Road.
SOUTH BARRINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT                                       Turn on Belvidere Rd. to the Kennels.
30 S. Barrington Rd.
South Barrington IL 60010                                                U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY/ICE
I-90 to Barrington Road. North on Barrington Road to 2nd stop            1 Tower Lane, Suite 1600
light, which is Lakewood Blvd. Turn west. The Police                     Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181
Department/Village Hall is on the corner of Lakewood and                 Exit Rt. 83 at 16th St.; go East 1/2 block to the stoplight; go left or U
Barrington.                                                              turn back to 16th St. in order to gain access to the frontage road
                                                                         known as Tower Lane; proceed northbound to DeVry/Oakbrook
SOUTH HOLLAND PARK DISTRICT COMMUNITY                                    Terrace Tower parking lot; class is on the 16th floor
501 E. 170th Street
South Holland IL 60473                                                   UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS POLICE DEPARTMENT
Merge onto I-294 toward INDIANA (Portions toll). Merge onto              943 West Maxwell
HALSTED ST / IL-1 N. Turn RIGHT onto E 167th St. E 167th St              Chicago IL 60608
becomes W ARMORY DR. Turn LEFT onto STATE ST. Turn                       I-90/94 (Dan Ryan Expressway) to Taylor St./Roosevelt Rd. exit.
RIGHT on E 168th St.                                                     West on Taylor St. to Morgan Street. South on Morgan St. to
                                                                         Maxwell St. East on Maxwell to the facility.
ST. CHARLES POLICE DEPARTMENT
2 East State Avenue                                                      VILLA PARK POLICE DEPARTMENT
St. Charles IL 60174                                                     40 S. Ardmore
I88 to Rt 31 North to Rt 64 (North Ave.) on Rt 64. Take Rt 64 to 1st     Villa Park IL 60181
Ave. go two blocks north to State Ave., turn left into parking lot.      Rt. 83 to Ardmore Ave. Right on Ardmore to facility.
Training will be held at 10 State, East side of Building, Training
Room, 1st floor.                                                         WARRENVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT

STREAMWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT
401 E. Irving Park Road                                                  WEST DUNDEE PUBLIC SAFETY BLDG #2
Streamwood, Illinois                                                     100 Carrington Drive
I-355 to Lake Street (Rt. 20). Lake St. west to Barrington Road. North   West Dundee IL 60118
on Barrington Rd. to Irving Park Rd. (Rt. 19). West on Irving Park       West I-90 - exit at Rt.31. Proceed north to Rt.72 (Higgens Rd). Turn
Road to the Police Dept.. From the north, take IL53 to I-90 west. I-90   left onto Rt.72. Go about 2 miles to Sleepy Hollow Road. Location
to Barrington Road. South on Barrington Rd. to Irving Park Rd. West      is on the south west corner.
on Irving Park Rd. to the facility. PARK ON THE EAST SIDE OF
THE BUILDING.                                                            WESTCHESTER POLICE DEPARTMENT
                                                                         10300 Roosevelt Road
SUBURBAN LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY - C.O.D.                                Westchester IL 60154
425 - 22nd Street, Bldg. K, Room 155                                     I-290 to Rt. 45. South on Rt. 45 to Roosevelt Rd (Rt. 38). East on
Glen Ellyn IL 60137-6599                                                 Roosevelt 1 block to the department.
Westbound I-88: Exit Route 53 north, to Park Boulevard (first
stoplight). Left on Park to Fawell Boulevard (formerly 22nd Street).     WESTERN SPRINGS POLICE DEPARTMENT
West to college.                                                         740 Hillgrove Avenue
Eastbound I-88: Exit Naperville Road, north to Butterfield Road          Western Springs IL 60558
(Route 56), east to Park Boulevard. Left on Park to Fawell               I-294 to Ogden Ave. East on Ogden to Wolf Road. South on Wolf
Boulevard (formerly 22nd Street). West to college.                       Road approx. 6 blocks to Hillgrove Ave. The department is on the
Northbound or Southbound From I-355: Exit Butterfield Road               corner of Hillgrove and Wolf.
(Route 56), west to Park Boulevard. Right on Park to Fawell
Boulevard (formerly 22nd Street). West to college.




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WESTIN O'HARE HOTEL
6100 N. River Rd.
Rosemont IL 60018-5128
The hotel is located on River Rd., just south of Higgins Rd./Rt. 72.

WESTMONT POLICE DEPARTMENT
500 North Cass
Westmont IL 60559-1503
Rt 83 to Rt 34 (Ogden Ave). West on Rt 34 to Cass. South on Cass
to the Police Dept.

WHEATON POLICE DEPARTMENT
900 W. Liberty Dr.
Wheaton IL 60187
I-88 to Naperville Road. North on Naperville Road to Roosevelt
Road. West on Roosevelt to Carlton. Right onto Carlton and proceed
to Liberty Drive. Left on Liberty and proceed to the facility.THE
WHEATON POLICE DEPARTMENT REQUESTS THAT YOU
PARK ON THE STREET RATHER THAN IN THE PARKING
LOT.

WINNETKA POLICE DEPARTMENT
410 Green Bay Road
Winnetka IL 60093
I-94 to Willow Road. East on Willow Road to Green Bay Road.
North on Green Bay Rd. 1 block to the department.

WOODSTOCK POLICE DEPARTMENT
656 Lake Avenue
Woodstock IL 60098-4211
Rt. 47 to Lake Avenue. West on Lake Ave. about 3 blocks. Park on the
east side of the building only.




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