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ONLINE Emergency Vehicle Operations
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ONLINE Emergency Vehicle Operations

Free
Calendar Aug 1, 2022

8 hour online class from DOCJT 

Trooper/LEAP Law Enforcement Avoidance Position

Free

with Justin Rundles

Calendar Aug 29, 2022 at 8 am

A 40-hour block of the 2022 agency-wide LEAP Program, with an emphasis on injury avoidance, while also controlling the suspect in high-stress situations. Emphasis on protecting the perpetrator as well as the officer through technique and confidence when in a physical altercation. This will be accomplished by learning, understanding, and demonstrating effective techniques as well as being able to not only articulate their actions but also justify them. Knowing the legality and having the confidence to execute the proper technique at the correct time.  

Full Course

UAS Forensic Mapping - KSP Only

Free

with Jack Hedges

Calendar Aug 29, 2022 at 8 am, runs for 1 week

***Due to a limited number of seats, Units should check with your Post Collision Reconstruction Coordinator.***

 

This course will teach the students how to operate unmanned aerial systems to document a crash and crime scenes.  The student will then take data collected in the field with a UAS and process the data with Pix4D Mapper Software and Trimble Forensics Reveal software to produce scale diagrams and analyze the data.

 

Each student will receive an 8-hour UAS Operator Course certificate, and a 32-hour Pix4d Mapper certificate.  This course is KLEC Credited for a total of 40-hours.

 

Course Prerequisite:

Troopers must receive prior approval from their chain of command before registering; this is due to limited seats.  Must have completed the 40-hour KSP Forensic Mapping course with Trimble Forensics Capture & Trimble Forensics Reveal.

 

Lodging:

Available at KSP Headquarters on a first-come, first-serve bases.  Contact Sonia Way to reserve a room email: sonia.way@ky.gov

 

Meals:

KSP Academy 

 

Required Equipment:

  • Unmanned Aerial System
    • Remote Controller
    • Tablet
    • Charged batteries
    • Firmware updated
  • MDT or Alienware Computer
    • Plug Charger
    • 2-button mouse with scroll wheel
    • 32GB USB Thumb Drive
  • Applications on your Tablet or Smart Phone:
    • B4UFly
    • Aloft (formerly Kittyhawk)
    • Pix4D Capture
    • Appropriate UAS Controller App (DJIGo4, DJI Pilot, etc.)
  • Ground Control Targets (if issued)
  • Post 14 - Bring Total Station Equipment
  • CVE West - Bring GNSS Equipment

 

Attire:

BDU's

 

Point of Contact:

jack.hedges@ky.gov

ONLINE Emergency Vehicle Operations
Online Registration Unavailable

ONLINE Emergency Vehicle Operations

Free
Calendar Sep 1, 2022

8 hour online class from DOCJT 

Counter Ambush In-Service

Free

with Phillips Wagner

Calendar Sep 5, 2022 at 8 am

This course is designed to provide instruction on how to:  recognize, react, and respond to an ambush situation.  This course will also cover legal considerations of returning fire during an ambush and also how to rapidly assess a downed officer and render appropriate aid. 

Audience:     All KSP and CVE units.

Special Instructions: 

EQUIPMENT: BDU belts and clothing.

RISK LEVEL: Medium

FITNESS LEVEL: Low-Medium

ATTENDEES:  Any Rank

PREREQUISITES:  None

Full Course

Advanced Disaster Management

Free

with Anthony Blakemore

Calendar Sep 12, 2022 at 8 am

The target audience for this course includes experienced senior emergency management personnel who may perform in a management capacity for major or complex incidents. This group includes individuals who may serve as the Incident Commander, as a member of a Unified Command, or as members of the Command or General Staff, or Multiagency Coordination Group/Emergency Operations Center (EOC) management for incidents that may use an Area Command.

Special Instructions

Prerequisites are

IS-100.c An Introduction to the Incident Command System, ICS 100

IS-200.c Basic Incident Command System for Initial Response, ICS 200

IS-700.b An Introduction to the National Incident Management System

IS-800: National Response Framework (NRF).

You will HAVE to provide proof that the above classes have been completed prior to attending this course.

The above courses SHOULD have been taught in your cadet class (except for IS-800).  IF you took the above courses online in your cadet class and cannot find a copy of your certificates then you can go to

https://training.fema.gov/is/isfaqdetails.aspx?id=16&cat=Certificate%20and%20Transcript

To retrieve your transcript. 

 

If you took these classes in person in your cadet class then you will HAVE to complete these courses online through the FEMA website.  The above classes will take 8-11 hours to complete.  The online courses can be completed over a period of time and do not have to be completed in one sitting. 

 

Full Course

Trooper/LEAP Law Enforcement Avoidance Position

Free

with Justin Rundles

Calendar Sep 26, 2022 at 8 am

A 40-hour block of the 2022 agency-wide LEAP Program, with an emphasis on injury avoidance, while also controlling the suspect in high-stress situations. Emphasis on protecting the perpetrator as well as the officer through technique and confidence when in a physical altercation. This will be accomplished by learning, understanding, and demonstrating effective techniques as well as being able to not only articulate their actions but also justify them. Knowing the legality and having the confidence to execute the proper technique at the correct time.  

Range Officer Update

Free

with Phillips Wagner

Calendar Sep 27, 2022 at 8 am

This course is designed to update the participant on how to safely & efficiently set up, conduct, and properly score all courses of fire, including the day and night pistol qualification, rifle qualification, combat course, and the Glock 43x course.  They will also demonstrate how to safely and efficiently run the pistol and rifle standards, including shooting from the high ready, low ready, emergency and tactical reloads, strong hand and weak hand only shooting, and shooting on the move.  The participant will demonstrate the fundamentals of shooting, covering the topics of stance, grip, sight alignment, sight picture, breathing, trigger control, and recovery.

Special Instructions: 

EQUIPMENT: BDU belts and clothing. Glock 17, Glock 43X, Rifle, all magazines, and cleaning kits

RISK LEVEL: Medium

FITNESS LEVEL: Low-Medium

ATTENDEES:  Any Rank

PREREQUISITES:  None

Full Course




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