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Response to Mental Health (Greenup County)

Free

with Jason Long

Calendar Oct 12, 2022 at 9 am

Response to Mental Health is an 8-hour course that helps students understand the diverse types of mental illness law enforcement, fire departments, EMS, Telecommunicators, and others may encounter. In this course, students will be taught how to recognize and respond to calls involving Schizophrenia, Dissociative Disorders, Bipolar Disorder, and borderline personality disorder.

We will also discuss the mental health of ourselves and our co-workers. Suicide rates among first responders are a considerable concern. Learning to recognize those PTSD symptoms in yourself and others is especially important. We will discuss PTSD and suicide. This will better help you recognize signs that a co-worker may be having issues, giving you the chance to help them. This is also something that will help you with any issues you may have, and you will be given resources in the event you ever need them. 

**Fire and EMS can also receive training credit for this class.**

 

This location will be in Greenup County.

The instructor: Jason Long is a Law Enforcement Instructor III at the Kentucky State Police Academy and has been there for 7 years. Before that, he was the Shift Supervisor for Post 5 in Campbellsburg and has been dispatching since 1998. He is also the Chief of Milton Fire & Rescue in Milton Kentucky where he has been since 1997. He is also a former United States Marine Infantry Rifleman. 

KLEC Course # 229T-20K

Will run

Response to Mental Health (Greenup County)

Free

with Jason Long

Calendar Oct 13, 2022 at 9 am

Response to Mental Health is an 8-hour course that helps students understand the diverse types of mental illness law enforcement, fire departments, EMS, Telecommunicators, and others may encounter. In this course, students will be taught how to recognize and respond to calls involving Schizophrenia, Dissociative Disorders, Bipolar Disorder, and borderline personality disorder.

We will also discuss the mental health of ourselves and our co-workers. Suicide rates among first responders are a considerable concern. Learning to recognize those PTSD symptoms in yourself and others is especially important. We will discuss PTSD and suicide. This will better help you recognize signs that a co-worker may be having issues, giving you the chance to help them. This is also something that will help you with any issues you may have, and you will be given resources in the event you ever need them. 

**Fire and EMS can also receive training credit for this class.**

 

This location will be in Greenup County.

The instructor: Jason Long is a Law Enforcement Instructor III at the Kentucky State Police Academy and has been there for 7 years. Before that, he was the Shift Supervisor for Post 5 in Campbellsburg and has been dispatching since 1998. He is also the Chief of Milton Fire & Rescue in Milton Kentucky where he has been since 1997. He is also a former United States Marine Infantry Rifleman. 

KLEC Course # 229T-20K

Will run

Response to Mental Health (Jessamine County)

Free

with Jason Long

Calendar Nov 7, 2022 at 8 am

Response to Mental Health is an 8-hour course that helps students understand the diverse types of mental illness law enforcement, fire departments, EMS, Telecommunicators, and others may encounter. In this course, students will be taught how to recognize and respond to calls involving Schizophrenia, Dissociative Disorders, Bipolar Disorder, and borderline personality disorder.

We will also discuss the mental health of ourselves and our co-workers. Suicide rates among first responders are a considerable concern. Learning to recognize those PTSD symptoms in yourself and others is especially important. We will discuss PTSD and suicide. This will better help you recognize signs that a co-worker may be having issues, giving you the chance to help them. This is also something that will help you with any issues you may have, and you will be given resources in the event you ever need them. 

**Fire and EMS can also receive training credit for this class.**

 

This location will be in Jessamine County.

The instructor: Jason Long is a Law Enforcement Instructor III at the Kentucky State Police Academy and has been there for 9 years. Before that, he was the Shift Supervisor for Post 5 in Campbellsburg and has been dispatching since 1998. He is also the Chief of Milton Fire & Rescue in Milton Kentucky where he has been since 1997. He is also a former United States Marine Infantry Rifleman. 

KLEC Course # 229T-20K

Will run

Advanced CJIS/TAC (Elizabethtown Campus)

Free

with Miranda Luttrell

Calendar Nov 8, 2022 at 9 am

This 3-day course is designed to provide the experienced LINK operator with advanced techniques related to all CJIS files, as well as a basic understanding of the duties and responsibilities of the Terminal Agency Coordinator (TAC). Enrollment is restricted to certified CJIS operators and is recommended for the TAC, Assistant TAC, and those operators who may be assigned TAC duties in the future. THIS LOCATION WILL BE AT KENTUCKY STATE POLICE ACADEMY IN ELIZABETHTOWN. 

The instructor: Miranda Luttrell is the Manager of the Post 15 Columbia radio room and is also an Adjunct Instructor for the Kentucky State Police Academy. She has been dispatching since 1999 and teaches several classes in the academy including CJIS/NCIC. 

 **This class is not available virtually, classroom only**

KLEC Course #070T-18J

Full Course

Response to Mental Health (Jessamine County)

Free

with Jason Long

Calendar Nov 9, 2022 at 8 am

Response to Mental Health is an 8-hour course that helps students understand the diverse types of mental illness law enforcement, fire departments, EMS, Telecommunicators, and others may encounter. In this course, students will be taught how to recognize and respond to calls involving Schizophrenia, Dissociative Disorders, Bipolar Disorder, and borderline personality disorder.

We will also discuss the mental health of ourselves and our co-workers. Suicide rates among first responders are a considerable concern. Learning to recognize those PTSD symptoms in yourself and others is especially important. We will discuss PTSD and suicide. This will better help you recognize signs that a co-worker may be having issues, giving you the chance to help them. This is also something that will help you with any issues you may have, and you will be given resources in the event you ever need them. 

**Fire and EMS can also receive training credit for this class.**

 

This location will be in Jessamine County.

The instructor: Jason Long is a Law Enforcement Instructor III at the Kentucky State Police Academy and has been there for 9 years. Before that, he was the Shift Supervisor for Post 5 in Campbellsburg and has been dispatching since 1998. He is also the Chief of Milton Fire & Rescue in Milton Kentucky where he has been since 1997. He is also a former United States Marine Infantry Rifleman. 

KLEC Course # 229T-20K

Will run

Deadly Calls & Fatal Encounters (Frankfort Academy)

Free

with Jason Long

Calendar Dec 12, 2022 at 8 am

This course is designed to provide students with a better understanding of Officer deaths while on calls for service. This course will take a look at Domestic dispute calls, Disturbance calls, Officer needs assistance calls, Burglary calls, Suspicious Persons and Suspicious Vehicle calls, Officer initiated activity, and then explain the manner of the Officer’s death. This course will address issues of complacency on the part of the Telecommunicator as well as the Officer. This course will provide students with a closer understanding of why these everyday calls for service are dangerous and should be taken seriously. THIS LOCATION WILL BE AT THE FRANKFORT ACADEMY.

The instructor: Jason Long is a Law Enforcement Instructor III at the Kentucky State Police Academy and has been there for 8 years. Before that, he was the Shift Supervisor for Post 5 in Campbellsburg and has been dispatching since 1998. He is also the Chief of Milton Fire & Rescue in Milton Kentucky where he has been since 1997. He is also a former United States Marine Infantry Rifleman. 

KLEC Course # 198T-17K

Will run

Response to Mental Health (Frankfort Academy)

Free

with Jason Long

Calendar Dec 13, 2022 at 8 am

Response to Mental Health is an 8-hours course that helps students understand the diverse types of mental illness law enforcement may encounter. In this course, students will be taught how to recognize and respond to calls involving Schizophrenia, Dissociative Disorders, Bipolar Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, and responder suicides. This location will be at the Frankfort Academy.

The instructor: Jason Long is a Law Enforcement Instructor III at the Kentucky State Police Academy and has been there for 8 years. Before that, he was the Shift Supervisor for Post 5 in Campbellsburg and has been dispatching since 1998. He is also the Chief of Milton Fire & Rescue in Milton Kentucky where he has been since 1997. He is also a former United States Marine Infantry Rifleman. 

KLEC Course # 229T-20K

Will run

CJIS Summation

Free

with Miranda Luttrell

Calendar Mar 13, 2023 at 8 am

***Must be a currently certified CJIS operator***

 

This course will provide students with an overview of the CJIS system including system operations, NCIC files, queries, and entries. Students will learn about various crosschecks required for entry and the importance of packing the NCIC record. Students will also learn the importance of second-party checks and how to perform those effectively. Students will get a hands-on experience with practical entries in various CJIS files. 

The instructor: Miranda Luttrell is the Manager of the Post 15 Columbia radio room and is also an Adjunct Instructor for the Kentucky State Police Academy. She has been dispatching since 1999 and teaches several classes in the academy including CJIS/NCIC.

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