The Center meets a variety of needs, including the training of police recruits, emergency vehicle operations, correctional entrance level, inmate transportation, firearms, adminstration, supervision, instruction, crime prevention, D.
The Firearms Training Facility The Firearms Training Facility provides a safe and realistic venue for training Maryland law enforcement officers in those skills related to the decision to shoot as well as how to shoot.
The new facility supplements the current Liberty Lake facility utilized by the Maryland State Police as well as approximately 35 other agencies. The new Sykesville facility also provides a variety of specialized environments necessary to satisfy many important instructional needs.
Driver Training The Driver Training Facility is designed to greatly reduce deaths, personal injuries, lost productivity and insurance expenditures associated with police motor vehicle accidents. The Highway Response Course is an expandable one mile oval roadway with interior connections to simulate driving conditions.
The Tactical Course is a fifteen acre training area segmented to allow specialized skills and simulation of urban driving conditions. Supporting the driving courses is a building complex with 7, square feet for classrooms and office support.
A simulator room equipped with the Mobile Operation Simulators gives the facility the most advanced driver training available.
Parole and Probation The programs through the Parole and Probation Unit focuses on training for employees dealing with community corrections and offender supervision and management. In addition, many courses are offered yearly for support services that include computer skills and other job related topics.
The Unit recently completed training new Parole and Probation Agents and soon plans to start another Academy class. We continue to make improvements to the programs to better prepare new employees for the field.
The Police Academy curriculum incorporates community policing strategies with a strong emphasis on Scenario-Based Learning SBL activities throughout the training. Instruction includes; Organizational principles and law; Patrol tactics; Traffic Laws and Enforcements; Criminal investigations; Emergency medical care; Radio Communications; Report writing and composition; Crime prevention; Crisis intervention; Protective strategies and tactics; Emergency vehicle operations, Prisoner processing and security; Courtroom preparation and testimony; Health and wellness; Terrorism and weapons of mass destruction and Police officer firearms training and qualification.
Each week is devoted to the problem-solving process to practical police problems.
There are labs where students individually or in teams can develop skills such as interpersonal communication, leadership, evidence collection, Crime scene photography, fingerprinting, warrant applications, and relevant Federal, State, and Local Police topical issues that may present themselves during their time at the Academy.
This entry level program was conceived and designed as an affordable and accessible alternative for those smaller municipalities of Maryland Law Enforcement that are seeking an academically-innovative and adult learning based approach to police recruit training.
Correctional Entry Level Training The mission of the Correctional Entrance Level Training Program is to develop solid career foundations through evidence based training, instilling ethics and pride to properly trained correctional professionals ensuring the safety of the public, employees, and offenders.
Nationally recognized as one of the leading authorities in adult-based training and staff development, the Correctional Entrance Level Training Program will promote an academic atmosphere conducive for state-of-the-art learning creating a highly trained and professional correctional workforce.
The Maryland Community Crime Prevention Institute The Maryland Community Crime Prevention Institute provides "Crime Prevention for the 21st Century", a series of free crime prevention training presentations for community, business and law enforcement.
MCCPI provides training on a variety of crime prevention topics. Should your agency or organization be interested in any of these topics, contact the Maryland Community Crime Prevention Institute to discuss available resources.
MCCPI also provides on-site technical assistance to organizations and communities desiring to organize or to further develop a crime prevention or community policing program.
The Institute can assist you in developing strategies specific to your needs in many ways. Leadership Development Institute The programs offered through the Leadership Development Unit of the Police and Correctional Training Commissions focuses on training for beginning, middle and senior level leaders of our Department.
For more detailed information and schedules of classes, please visit MDLE.Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commissions. The Public Safety Education and Training Center in Sykesville, Carroll County, trains more than students daily from many agencies including: over police and sheriffs' departments, local jails and detention centers, the Police & Correctional Training Commissions, Maryland State Police, Division of Correction and Patuxent Institution.
To this end, the PCTC is now housed in the new comprehensive Public Safety Education and Training Center. Other agency responsibilities include administration of the Maryland Community Crime Prevention Institute and the Executive Development Institute.
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