Free Advanced Crime Prevention Skills Training

Posted by Eric Johnson on October 01, 2014 at 10:18 AM

In partnership with the National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC), the U.S. Attorney of the Northern District of Texas, the Texas Crime Prevention Council, the Dallas Police Department and the Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center, our District Office will host an Advanced Crime Prevention course November 11-13.  

In partnership with the National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC), the U.S. Attorney of the Northern District of Texas, the Texas Crime Prevention Council, the Dallas Police Department and the Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center, our District Office will host an Advanced Crime Prevention course November 11-13.  

This three-day course is designed for those who work in the law enforcement and crime prevention arena.  It will provide a comprehensive approach to “opportunity reduction” based crime prevention. The training will engage participants in the process needed to prepare, understand and deliver advanced topics in crime prevention in their communities.  The need for improved training for our officers was an important outcome from last year’s town hall meeting at St. Luke’s “Community” United Methodist Church.  

Participants will learn about various developments and emerging trends in the crime prevention field and understand the various types of crime prevention techniques available to address these issues.  Participants will also understand how research and current data on crime trends can aid in preventing future crime. 

Content of this free course will be conducted and lead by nationally recognized crime prevention specialists brought to North Texas by the NCPC. 

Training slots are filling fast. You can register online at: http://www.ncpc.org/training.

The primary goal of the Advanced Crime Prevention training is to provide individuals and organizations involved in community crime prevention with information that will allow them to develop and implement advanced crime prevention strategies in their communities.