In-Service eLearning Training - 2013 / 2014

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Police Ethics

Police Ethics

The purpose of this training is to provide officers with the tools necessary to think and act ethically in both their personal and professional lives. This program has been designed to increase your awareness of potential ethical issues and provide you with a decision making process to address these issues.
First Responder

First Responder

This MPI “First Responder” training is part one of a three part series for the emergency medical responder. In the 4 modules of training, we will examine the EMS system and your place in it. We will look into emergency communications and documentation, childbirth, injuries to muscle and bones, pediatric emergencies, the role of emergency transportation and NIMS.
Legal Updates

Legal Updates

This Legal Update program will provide you with an in depth look at some of the most important cases affecting law enforcement in Massachusetts. We will examine the recent and significant changes in juvenile law covered in Senate Bill 2410 and House Bill 1432 This training is designed to keep you up to date in the most recent changes in the law and make you more effective in the field.
Defensive Tactics

Defensive Tactics

In law enforcement, an understanding of both the use of force and defensive tactics is absolutely necessary in order to do your job successfully. This training will explain the relationship between the two subjects by using three U.S. Supreme Court cases to help make it all clear. In preparation for the “hands on” portion of defensive tactics, MPI has included two new D.I.V.E. handcuffing techniques, designed to make it safer and easier for you to handcuff and remove a subject from a motor vehicle.

In-Service eLearning Training - 2013 / 2014 EXTRAS

Combat to Community

From Combat to Community

There is much to learn about the effects of combat zone deployment on police officers and we realize that some officers and their families will need resources to help deal with the changes in their lives. Included in this training is a series of helpful guidelines and suggested protocols for administrators to assist in the development of a successful returning officer transition program.
Inside the Walls

Inside the Walls of Police Culture

In this training program, we will examine our police culture and how that culture can sometimes work in direct opposition to suicide prevention. Educating officers on the subject of suicide among law enforcement professionals is essential to any prevention program. Officers must be taught to recognize suicidal signs in themselves, their co-workers and in those they supervise.

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