Cascade County Sheriff’s Office – Great Falls
Instructor(s): Charlie Martin
Times may vary
Cascade County Sheriffs Office
To Register Contact:
Available Credits: 40 hours POST Credit
This course will help you develop the additional knowledge, skills and techniques needed to organize and instruct firearms courses.
This course will include:
Learner Types & Instructor Styles and how they relate to firearms training;
Legal issues of training firearms;
Range rules/Safety rules for firearms training;
Course of Fire design & planning; and
Planning for training – student needs, range requirements, cost estimating, etc
Who should attend: For any agency needing a certified firearms instructor
PREA Administrative Investigations
DOC Central Office – Helena, MT
Instructor(s): Michele Morgenroth & Rich Collins
DOC Central Office
To Register Contact:
Register by June 18, 2021 Michele Morgenroth email@example.com 406-444-6583
Educate participants on the requirements of PREA Administrative Investigations outlined by the PREA Standards and Department protocols including, steps of an investigation, interviewing skills, and documentation.
Review PREA laws, policies & procedures; they will be able to define sexual abuse, sexual harassment & staff sexual misconduct;
Know Montana DOC’s Investigative Protocols and will demonstrate practice interviewing and questioning skills required for PREA Investigations; and
Complete a PREA Summary Report and build a PREA Case File.
Who Should Attend: Employees responsible for PREA administrative investigations. Must have approval of direct supervisor & chain of command and DOC PREA Coordinator. Registration cut-off is 16 participants.
Victim Impact: Listen & Learn Training for Facilitators
June 22-24, 2021
C'Mon Inn of Billings
2020 Overland Ave, Billings, MT
Tuesday: 8:00 am to 5 pm
Wednesday: 8:00 am to 5 pm
Thursday: 8 am to 5 pm
Victim Impact: Listen & Learn is geared toward helping offenders become more aware of the impact that crime has on victims and communities. The goal is to assist offenders in taking responsibility for their actions and begin to make amends.
The basic precepts of the Victim Impact curriculum are—
- Victims and the impact of crime are the focus
- Victims' personal experiences are the centerpiece
- Victims have their rights and one of them is to have their voices heard
- Anyone can become a victim of crime
- Victimization creates a “ripple effect” throughout the community
- Offenders have the opportunity to change their thinking and their behavior
- Offenders have an obligation to make amends to their victims, directly and indirectly