Crime Prevention 1
This course introduces students to physical security, information technology, and cyber security. Students will also learn to set up a neighborhood watch program and coordinate National Night Out parties.
Topics Covered: Target Hardening, Physical Security, Crime Prevention Principles. Neighborhood Watch Train the Trainer, NNO Night Coordinator Training,
40 TCOLE hours | Presentation | Test
Crime Prevention 2
This course teaches successful strategies related to CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design), Community Engagement, and Problem Solving to create successful strategies that build trust within the community.
Topics Covered: Effective Communication, Principles of Community Engagement, and Problem-Solving to create successful strategies that build trust within the community.
40 TCOLE Hours | Presentation | Essay
Crime Prevention 3
Second-generation CPTED teaches the student about effective community building, community resiliency, and reducing crime opportunities. CPTED is an evolutionary process that creates defensible space. Second-generation CPTED focuses on the concepts and strategies that will aid in removing the reasons that crime will occur. It seeks to change the soil of the community through social and physical environmental change.
Topics Covered: 3 Ds of CPTED, Social Cohesion, Connectivity, Community Culture, Threshold Capacity, Setting Up Public/Private Collaborations
24 TCOLE Hours | Project | Test
Crime Prevention 4
TCOLE Crime Prevention Certification Review and Exam. This is a 100-question test covering TCOLE 2101, 2102, and 2103. Passage of this test allows the student to receive the TCOLE Crime Prevention Specialist Certificate.
The student will be tested on the history of crime prevention, basic principles of target hardening, problem-solving, community engagement, essential CPTED principles, leadership, and communication.
To take the exam, a student must have completed and show proof of passage of all three courses in the Crime Prevention series. CRI accepts 2101, 2102, and 2103 if taken with other organizations.
2 TCOLE Hours | Test
This course teaches officers how to incorporate being a warrior and guardian with a servant's heart whose goal is to bring life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness to the community. The student will learn how to engage the public effectively, enhancing their response to calls for service. They will understand the importance of activity programs and events like coffee with a cop, making them a part of their patrol routines. Students will learn basic physical security concepts, which they can use to assist homeowners and business owners on different kinds of calls for service.
16 hours | Test
This Basic Instructor Certification course is designed to provide the basic concepts of instruction and to increase the quality of professional law enforcement training. This course introduces the student to the teaching-learning process, phases of the teaching-learning process, factors affecting learning, needs assessment, task analysis, developing learning objectives, preparing a lesson plan, and methods of instruction. The students will be taught how to develop and use instructional media to enhance their presentations. In addition, the fundamental techniques for developing testing and evaluation procedures will be presented. Each trainee must demonstrate the essential knowledge and skills required to effectively instruct a lesson during two teaching exercises, which two instructors will evaluate.
40 Hours | Class Presentations
The TCOLE Advanced Instructor Certification Course is designed to advance instructor knowledge and understanding of student motivations and generational values and advance the development of instructor skills in preparation, presentation, and overall competency in training. This course has been developed by a committee of subject matter experts and delivered for presentation by TCOLE for certification as an Advanced Instructor as provided by TCOLE rule §221.28.
40 Hours | Class Presentations
To teach law enforcement, civilian volunteers, security professionals, and anyone who wants to learn simple steps to reduce crime where it is and stop crime through prevention before it happens. This development course teaches practitioners how to teach others using CRI’s proprietary methodologies to prevent and reduce crime. This course will certify you to be a CRI instructor to work with law enforcement, security, school safety, and planning to teach others how to prevent and reduce crime.
32 Hours | Practicum | Exam
To develop Law Enforcement Officers and Security Professionals into Servant Leaders by setting a professional foundation based on honesty, integrity, sound judgment, competence, vision, persistence, and humility.
Topics Covered: Natural Law, Common Law, the Ideas of Equity and Equality, Mentorship, Empowered Learning, Abundance Mentality, Building a Culture of Greatness
8 Hours | Exam
Explain the purpose and focus of de-escalation training: to improve officers' response to incidents involving persons in crisis who behave erratically, emphasizing that public and officer safety is at the heart of this training process.
Tactical De-escalation involves using techniques to reduce the intensity of an encounter with a suspect and enable an officer to have additional options to gain voluntary compliance or mitigate the need to use a higher level of force while maintaining control of the situation. (Los Angeles Police Department Use of Force-Tactics Directive)
8 Hours | Scenario-Based Assessment
The student will review information from the Basic Peace Officer Crisis Intervention Training and take their learning to the next level with information on all aspects of crisis intervention for the law enforcement officer.
Topics Covered: Mental Health Awareness, Effective Communication Skills, Crisis Management, Overcoming Adversity
40 Hours | Scenario-Based Assessment