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  • Where is a good source for PowerPoint Training?

    Im trying to find a good source where I might be able to find a variety of L.E. related powerpoint presentations?

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    Originally posted by Powell415 View Post
    Im trying to find a good source where I might be able to find a variety of L.E. related powerpoint presentations?
    Depending on the topic, depth and audience, you may be best served developing your own tailored presentations. If you are not familiar with Power Point, now is a great opportunity to develop this critical skill. If you are in the position that I was once in and don’t yet have the capability or acumen to develop a good presentation, the following may help.

    If you are not already a user, you may want to register for LEO (Law Enforcement Online). This site is run by the FBI and is available to qualified law enforcement personnel.

    Once registered, there is a wealth of training information available in the eLearning section. There you will find training on nearly every law enforcement and cross-community matters. In addition, there are links to state training agencies. Within this section are topics from community policing to homicide; robbery to traffic control.

    Also, a great point-of-contact is:

    James Simmerman, PSI-SIG Moderator and Director of Training
    Saline County Criminal Justice Training Center
    Marshall, Mo. 65340
    660-886-7984 (direct telephone number)
    [email protected] (secure e-mail)
    [email protected] (e-mail)

    James is a great resource for training across the spectrum. He is a steady contributor to the LEO enterprise and has helped me in previous training initiatives.

    More on LEO Membership

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    Visit http://www.leo.gov for registration paperwork and further instructions.

    As membership is subject to verification, so is continued access to LEO. One benefit to LEO is that you know that 99.999% of users are vetted law enforcement officials.

    Within LEO are various sub-groups, forums and special interest groups that are specific to areas and subjects of interest. While some SIGs are open to any LEO member, others are closed; requiring permission from the moderators. LEO is not a public access system.
    Originally posted by SSD
    It has long been the tradition on this forum and as well as professionally not to second guess or Monday morning QB the officer's who were actually on-scene and had to make the decision. That being said, I don't think that your discussion will go very far on this board.
    Originally posted by Iowa #1603
    And now you are arguing about not arguing..................

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      Yea, Im suppose i've got my powepoint skills up to par, just wanting some ideas for topics. Im starting a training program from scratch and just needed good topics to start out with. I've faxed my stuff in with leo.gov friday, just waiting on a response... any idea how long it will take?

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        Originally posted by Powell415 View Post
        Yea, Im suppose i've got my powepoint skills up to par, just wanting some ideas for topics. Im starting a training program from scratch and just needed good topics to start out with. I've faxed my stuff in with leo.gov friday, just waiting on a response... any idea how long it will take?
        LEO is the government, but they are quick. I would expect a pack to come in via US Mail in about a week +/-; provided they are still mailing out the welcome aboard packs.

        If you PM me a work email address and a wish-list of training stuff, I will see what I have.
        Originally posted by SSD
        It has long been the tradition on this forum and as well as professionally not to second guess or Monday morning QB the officer's who were actually on-scene and had to make the decision. That being said, I don't think that your discussion will go very far on this board.
        Originally posted by Iowa #1603
        And now you are arguing about not arguing..................

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        • #5
          Consider joining ILEETA. One of the many benefits of ILEETA, is access to 100's of powerpoint presentations. lesson plans, etc on the secure section of their website.

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            The ideas for topics are things that you know best and can clearly impart to an audience.

            "write what you know about"~ Mark Twain
            10% of the cops do 90% of the work

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