In-Service Archived Trainings

Below is an archive list of our previous In-Service training for 2010/2011, 2009/2010 and previous additional trainings

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The following is a directory of training programs which are now archived and not active. Any subscriber who has previously taken any of these courses and is in need of a certificate of completion, may do so by logging in to download or print a copy. If you have any questions or need any additional information, please contact us.

In-Service Training - 2010 / 2011

Defensive Tactics

Defensive Tactics

This In-Service training is made up of three modules. Module one address "The Victim Officer: Behavioral Descriptors for Victim Officers." Module 2 is based on the "The Offender."Module 3 will cover "The Role of Perception in a Violent encounter.

First Responder

First Responder

Your First Response in Emergency Care! Intended for all law enforcement agents that will have to be the first one on the scene. This course is certified and is part of In-Service Training 2010/2011.

Sexual Assault

Sexual Assault

Part 1 addresses Sexual Assault Involving Older Adults and Persons with Disabilities. Part 2 addresses Rape and sexual assault are crimes that involve the use of threats, fear tactics and or physical violence to force a child or adolescent to submit to sexual intercourse or to engage in other sexual activity such as oral sex or anal penetration.
Legal Updates

Legal Updates

There have been many changes to the Massachusetts General Laws, applicable to law enforcement. The full text of the laws may be accessed in the downloadable documents section. Those chapters and sections that have been amended or added will be discussed in the course of this presentation.

In-Service Training - 2010 / 2011 Extras

Domestic Violence

Officer-Involved Domestic Violence

Welcome to MPI’s Domestic Violence In Service Training for 2010. This program will focus on “Officer Involved Domestic Violence”, using the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Domestic Violence Guidelines and Curriculum developed for the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security, to be delivered to Massachusetts Municipal Police Officers.
Psych Conditions

Prisoners with Underlying Medical Psych Conditions

"Handling Prisoners with Underlying Medical or Psychological Conditions.” In other words, Emotionally Disturbed Persons, commonly known to you as EDP’s and an in depth look at “Excited Delirium.” We will take you through the recommended dispatch, patrol, and EMS protocols while giving you a greater understanding of what to expect in these situations.
Reducing Police Vehicle Collisions

Reducing Police Vehicle Collisions

When you look at the fleet, are you ok with what you see, or are you not pleased at all? Do your officers take care of these expensive vehicles or are they just not concerned? It’s not unusual to be less concerned with something that you don’t have to pay for or go without if it’s damaged.
Excessive Force

Reducing Excessive Force Claims

Law enforcement is an incredibly difficult job requiring the correct application of complex principles and procedures in a variety of situations with little or no time to make decisions. This is often done while facing angry, distraught and sometimes violent persons. The stakes can be very high and a wrong decision can be catastrophic.

In-Service Training - 2009 / 2010

Defensive Tactics

Defensive Tactics

This course is designed to address Defensive Tactics techniques that are important to the safe and effective operation of today's law enforcement agents. This course is certified and is part of In-Service training 2009/2010.

First Responder

First Responder

Your First Response in Emergency Care! Intended for all law enforcement agents that will have to be the first one on the scene. This course is certified and is part of In-Service training 2009/2010.

Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence

The goal of this training is to provide veteran officers with new and practical information on how to prevent homicide in domestic violence cases. By researching past behavior, law enforcement professionals have developed a dangerousness assessment to assist officers in performing this task more safely and effectively.
Legal Updates

Legal Updates

The following chapter and sections of the Massachusetts General Laws were amended, added, replaced or repealed in late 2008 or in 2009.



In-Service Training - 2009 / 2010 Extras

Eyewitness Identification

Eyewitness Identification

Eyewitness identification is a critical tool for apprehending and prosecuting criminals. Yet eyewitness misidentification is widely recognized as one of the leading causes of wrongful conviction. There is rarely only one right way to do things that involve human behavior.
Suicide Prevention

Police Suicide Prevention

The next series of slides will provide basic suggestions for responding to calls that involve emotionally disturbed persons (EDPs). Many of these same recommendations are also appropriate for responding to a suicide call.

Victims with Disabilities

Victims with Disabilities

This is a course on how police officers and other first responders should interact with Victims with Disabilities. It is based on what is called a Collaborative, Multidisciplinary First Response approach. Throughout this course you will learn techniques for first responders called to help crime victims who have disabilities.

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