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We are happy to announce that our new LMS is up and running!

We truly appreciate your patience and understanding while we completed this process. If you didn't receive an email yet with instructions to login you may login using the same username. The default password to login, for the first time, will be your (department name pd) all lowercase. For example, Grafton PD would be graftonpd

Click here or pick select an active course to login.

We are excited to get you started on our new Learning Management System. This new system promises to be more user friendly and effective than ever before with many more features. Please keep an eye out as we follow up with additional features and instructions.

If you have any immediate concerns or questions, please contact Erik Abasciano at erik@mpitraining.com or Dawn Nanni at dawn@mpitraining.com
(Posted November 9th, 2017)

In-Service eLearning Training - 2016 / 2017

Interventions with Persons with Alzheimers and Dementia

Interventions with Persons with Alzheimer's and Dementia

Officers will get an understanding of the impact Alzheimer’s and other dementias may have on individuals and the risk this poses for the potential of becoming lost in the community on foot, in a car or via public transportation. In addition tactics and procedures utilized from this training will optimize the opportunity to locate missing persons.
Dynamics of Addiction

Dynamics of Addiction and Police Interactions

Since 2000, opioid‐related deaths have increased in Massachusetts by 350%. This training program will address the police response to this unprecedented public health crisis. In addition, we will review the Department of Public Health’s comprehensive opioid overdose response to this crisis, M.G.L. Ch. 123 s.35, the judicial process involved in an involuntary commitment and much more.
Police Interactions with Youth

Police Interactions with Youth

Law enforcement’s interaction with youth is an integral part of carrying out policing duties. In this training, we’ll look at teenagers and brain development, typical adolescent behavior and how fair and impartial police interactions with these adolescents can make your job a whole lot easier. In addition, we’ll look at the “Montreal Study”, and the “Peer Contagion Effect.” This training initiative has been designed to address these issues and provide you with some methodology to help you operate in the complex world of adolescents and the police.
Legal Updates 2017

Legal Updates - 2016/2017

In this training program, we will address a multitude of issues including motor vehicle law, field encounters and detentions, search and seizure and many other criminal law developments. We will also examine some new legislation such as the Opioid Bill, the Transgender Bill and the Stolen Valor Act. We’ll look at cases surrounding interviews, interrogation and Miranda, as well as stop and frisk, exigent circumstances and exceptions to the search warrant.

In-Service eLearning Training - 2016 / 2017 EXTRAS

Defensive Tactics 2017

Defensive Tactics - 2017

This training program will revisit some of core principles involved in the use of force by police officers: The Massachusetts Use of Force Model, The Totality Triangle, The Force Continuum and De-Escalation. In addition, we will look at “Public Perception” and how it affects 21st century policing.
First Responder 2017

First Responder - 2016/2017

This MPI First Responder Training Program will address a multitude of emergency care issues including pediatric emergencies and childbirth. We will revisit the Massachusetts Naloxone program and look at a video pertaining to the proper use and administration of the EpiPen.