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    If anyone knows of any organizations/websites that offer free training, post it here. My department's training budget is really tight, like everyone else's. However, if we can find free training, they are more than willing to send us. Here are 3 that I know of.




    The Midwest Counterdrug Training Center's mission is to provide the highest quality training at the lowest possible cost to all those involved in the fight against drug trafficking and substance abuse. Training is provided for law enforcement officers, demand reduction personnel and community coalition members. Classes are being added continuously. On-site courses are conducted at Camp Dodge, Johnston, Iowa, near Des Moines. Mobile counterdrug training is also available and may be scheduled upon request. Please explore our website to see our current course offerings. For further information and requests for training, contact MCTC at 1-800-803-6532 or 515-252-4756.

    http://www.counterdrugtraining.com





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    The Mission of the Northeast Counterdrug Training Center is to provide Drug Law Enforcement and Demand Reduction Agencies, within the geographic boundaries of the Northeastern United States, with a NO-COST training center. This training center will provide all necessary facilities, instruction and support to enhance the capabilities to reduce and remove illegal drugs from our streets, and educate our communities in the most up-to-date prevention techniques.

    http://www.counterdrug.org/




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    National White Collar Crime Center

    NW3C is a congressionally-funded, non-profit corporation. Through a combination of training and critical support services, we equip state and local law enforcement agencies with skills and resources they need to tackle emerging economic and cyber crime problems.

    For the general public, NW3C provides information and research so they too may become proactive in the prevention of economic and cyber crime. Victims of crimes can rely on NW3C to help them register Internet crime complaints and notify the appropriate authorities at local, state, and federal levels promptly, accurately, and securely.

    http://www.nw3c.org/
    "I assume you all have guns and crack."

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    The Multijurisdictional Counterdrug Task Force Training program (MCTFT)
    traditional training and on-line training

    Good Luck
    10% of the cops do 90% of the work

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      Weapons of Mass Destruction-Response To Terrorism

      http://respond.emrtc.nmt.edu/irtbdesc.php
      They pay for AIRFARE, GAS ALLOWANCE, RENTAL CAR, MEALS, HOTEL. Great opportunity to become your departments training officer. I'm going end of August...location is Socorro, New Mexico.

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      • #5
        Free Training - Homeland Security

        Hello All! Ok...went to the class - and it was EXCELLENT! So now I'm doing the follow up course in end of March....Prevention and Response to Suicide Bombing Incidents in Deming, New Mexico. ALSO, I am going to Alabama Homeland Security course in Ansiston. They have courses that are FREE as well, but you must have a pre-req of HAZMAT prior to going. I know Florida had that course for FREE, and if you research your own state - you can probably find it for free as well ! What's great is that, most of these courses count towards college credits. Please let me know if anyone else hears of any good FREE courses.

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        • #6
          Free training

          One of the things I did with my Dept when I was chief (now retired) was to host some training, lots of training organaztions will come to you and charge others for there training and give your agencies a few slots for the trouble of setting up the training location, etc.

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          • #7
            Yes, I am aware of that 'train the trainer' and bring it to your PD. But honestly, I like to GET OUT of the area for my training classes! Why not travel and become educated at same time? It's a great way to network with other individuals from other agencies around the country. I am working on a project that I hope to take national, so the more people I meet during my courses, the better! Thanks for the info though!

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            • #8
              http://dir.yahoo.com/Business_and_Ec...ment/Training/
              Free-tuition on line classes for law enforcement personnel.

              Free police training videos and police training seminars by Dave Smith ... winning video, audio, and written training materials for police officers and ...
              more hits from: http://www.iaswww.com/ODP/Society/La...ment/Training/ - 48 KB

              http://www.alltheweb.com/search?cat=...lice%20classes
              Here is some of information to look over for some free classes.

              http://www.aggregateresearch.com/caf...le.Asp?id=5549
              Free open law enforcement class.

              http://www.docnmail.com/tests/enforcement.htm
              Has information where you can find all sorts of law enforcement classes.

              http://policetraining.net/
              Has all kinds of information on police classes and some on line classes also.

              http://www.fletc.gov/training/progra...-opportunities
              Free law enforcement classes.

              For young people who are interested:
              I would advise taking the "Citizen's Police Class' that some police stations offer free,as a way to get introduced to police operations. It is an excellent resource of information, with the best of teachers.

              Hope this helps...
              Last edited by frank; 03-05-2007, 10:58 AM.

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              • #9
                I have this site bookmarked and am thinking of ordering some stuff from it.

                http://www.thebackup.com/

                Anyone have any experience with this company and their training?

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                • #10
                  Meridian, Ms (Regional Counterdrug Training Academy)
                  RCTA.ORG

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                  • #11
                    I have ordered many courses from the backup training corp and have been very pleased they are very well made and have alot of good info and at $3.00 per course it is well worth the money the course is free but they charge $3.00 for shipping and handling.

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                    • #12
                      There are various organizations that get federal funding for providing courses. The California Narcotic Officer's Association sometimes presents courses for free in association with LA HIDTA and MCTFT.

                      Http://www.cnoa.org

                      On the website there is a 2 day course that is being given by an RCMP officer on April 18th and 19th. The class is on Indoor Marijuana Grow Operations and is really informative! LE Personnel Only!
                      Last edited by mbmx13; 03-16-2007, 01:56 PM. Reason: I got the dates wrong!
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                      • #13
                        The Midwest Counterdrug Training Center's mission is to provide the highest quality training at the lowest possible cost to all those involved in the fight against drug trafficking and substance abuse. Training is provided for law enforcement officers, demand reduction personnel and community coalition members. Classes are being added continuously. On-site courses are conducted at Camp Dodge, Johnston, Iowa, near Des Moines. Mobile counterdrug training is also available and may be scheduled upon request. Please explore our website to see our current course offerings. For further information and requests for training, contact MCTC at 1-800-803-6532 or 515-252-4756.

                        http://www.counterdrugtraining.com




                        I am going to training at MCTC this week.

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