2017 Training Schedule 

Basic Peace Officer Course

Hours

Date(s)

Classroom#

Tuition

Full-time Basic Peace Officer Course (#1000) 775

 

  $1000
                       
 Correctional Officer


Hours


Date(s)


Classroom#


T
uition

 Basic Correctional Officer Course (#1007)

120

Oct 23-Nov 10, 2017 (Full)

E223

$120

                    
Communication Officer


Hours


Date(s)


Classroom#


Tuition

Basic Telecommunications (#1013) 40 TBA   $50
Crisis Communications (#2120) 24 TBA $40
Mandated Training

Hours

Date(s)

Classroom#

Tuition

 Civil Process Law (#3131)

20

TBA  

$40

 Crime of Human Trafficking (#3270)

8

TBA   $40
Deaf and Hard of Hearing & Canine Encounters

8

November 7, 2017
December 5, 2017

$25
Legal Update#3185 / Missing & Exploited Children#3275

8

TBA   $25
 New Supervisor (#3737)

24

Oct 30-Nov 1, 2017 (Full)  

$40

Intermediate Core Training

Hours

Date(s)

Classroom#

Tuition

 Asset Forfeiture & Racial Profiling Combined (#3257)

8

TBA

$35

 Crisis Intervention Training (#3841) 16

TBA

  $35
 Intermediate Child Abuse (#2105) 24

November 14-16, 2017

  $40
 Intermediate Crime Scene (#2106) 32

TBA

  $40
 Intermediate Use of Force (#2107) 16

TBA

  $40

 Intermediate Arrest, Search & Seizure (#2108)

16

TBA  

$40

 Intermediate Spanish (#2109) 24

November 8-10, 2017

B108 $40

 Identity Crimes (#3277)

8

October 27, 2017

 

$35

 Special Investigative Topics (#3232)

8

November 13, 2017

 

$35

TCOLE Intermediate Short Courses
Missing and Exploited Children (#3275)
Interacting with the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (#7887)
Child Safety Alert List (#4068)

9

 

TBA
$25
TCOLE Certificate


Hours


Date(s)


Classroom#


Tuition

Cybercrime Certification (#3210) 40 TBA   $80
Field Training Officer (#3702) (4/10-hr days) 40 TBA   $80

Mental Health Peace Officer (#4001) Limited seating  

40

October 23-27, 2017(Full)


$55

TCOLE Basic Instructor (#1014) 

40

TBA

E223

$80

TCOLE Advanced Instructor (#1017)  

40

December 4-8, 2017 (Full)

E223

$80

♣TCOLE Firearms Instructor (#2222)
     Please click for equipment list

40

Sept 25-29, 2017 move to Nov 6-10, 2017 (Full)
December 4-8, 2017 (Full)


Gun Range
Gun Range

$80

In-Service Training Programs


Hours


Date(s)


Classroom#


Tuition

♣Basic SWAT (#3301) limit to 20
  Please click for PT Test
  Please click for Course Syllabus & Equipment list
60 October 16-21, 2017 moved to December 4-8, 2017(Full) $150
Trauma Affected Veterans PTSD (#4067) 24 December 4-6, 2017   $45
 Effective Communication Skills (#38719) 8 TBA   $40
Standardized Field Sobriety Testing Refresher(#2178)
8 November 21, 2017   $30
Narcotics 101 40 November 13-17, 2017   $80
Basic Criminal Investigations (#3280) 40 TBA   $80
Courtroom Testimony for Police Officers (#2057) 8 October 23, 2017(Cancel)   $40
Search Warrant Basic (#3132) 16 Dec 11-12, 2017 (Cancel)   $40
TCIC/NCIC Less Than Full Access (#3807) 8 December 18, 2017   $25
TLETS (#3809) 24 TBA $40
TCIC/NCIC  Full Access (#3802) 16 December 18-19, 2017 $35
         

On-Line Training

HOURS

Web Site

Collecting DNA Evidence at Property Crime Scenes

6

http://nij.gov/training/courses/Pages/registration-thanks.aspx

First Responding Officers—What Every Law Enforcement Officer Should Know About DNA Evidence

4

 

Investigators and Evidence Technicians—What Every Law Enforcement Officer Should Know About DNA Evidence

6

 

 

Introduction to the Incident Command System, for Law Enforcement

3

http://training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/IS/IS100b.asp

National Center for Biomedical Research and Training (Several Classes at this site)

 

http://www.ncbrt.lsu.edu/elearn/SiteMap.aspx
FEMA Training courses approved by TCOLE   http://training.fema.gov/IS/crslist.asp

 IMPORTANT NOTICES

 

 § ¨ © 

§  Ammunition restriction: Major brands of TMJ and/or FMJ ONLY!

NO reload or lead ball ammunition is permitted. Ammunition is NOT provided.

Academy Firearms Protocol:

 Only currently Licensed Peace Officers may carry a firearm. Officers carrying firearms must be in uniform, or have weapons carried in a professional concealed manner. In lieu of agency uniform officers may wear a police type breaker, or other professional police training clothing which clearly identifies the individual as a peace officer. Officers may be approached by campus police officers requesting appropriate agency identification. Instructors and Academy staff will encourage/instruct any individual not in compliance to conceal their weapon.

 Non-currently licensed individuals are not allowed to carry any firearm within any building of the campus. Exceptions and only upon approval, will be made for students attending firearms training at the Academy gun range. Students will be instructed when and how to transport weapons to the range on the day of class by the range officer/instructor of the day.

¨  Hosted Course – tuition is payable to other source.

©  Course includes MANDATORY PHYSICAL TRAINING AND TESTING.

 

Since 1990 the Collin County Law Enforcement Academy of Collin College has worked in partnership with the Collin County Sheriff’s Office and other area Law Enforcement Agencies of Collin County to provide cost effective and quality training programs to law enforcement.  Our goal is to provide essential, timely and cost-effective law enforcement training at both entry and in-service levels. Our vision is to train the best peace officers, correctional officers and telecommunicators in the nation.
 

The Collin College Law Enforcement Academy provides training for police, civilian, and volunteer employees of bona fide law enforcement agencies.  We are an accredited police academy licensed by the Texas Commission of Law Enforcement (TCOLE).  Our classes typically are open only to bona fide law enforcement personnel sponsored by their employing agency.  Our Basic Police Academy classes are open only to individuals sponsored by a bona fide law enforcement agency or those who have made application to and have been approved by the Academy Director. All other course programs are closed to law enforcement.

 

It is the policy of the Collin College to provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals who are students with disabilities. The college will adhere to all Federal, State, and Local Laws, regulations and guidelines with respect to providing reasonable accommodations as required to afford equal educational opportunity. It is the student’s responsibility to contact the faculty member and/or the services for Students with disabilities in a timely manner to arrange for appropriate accommodations.