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Public Safety Training Courses

The following courses are available for public safety personnel.  Please contact Kevin Rhea, Sergeant, Training and Standards via email or at 248-347-0572 with any questions.

Law Enforcement

Law Enforcement Classes

October 10 – 11, 2017 -  The Leading Edge FTO - Presented by Command Presence $199 per person ($185 for four or more) 
Field Training Officers (FTO’s are some of the most important members of any law enforcement organization. Command Presence recognizes that even the most experienced FTO’s need professional development opportunities to enhance their current skills; with a focus on enhancing the safety and performance of the officers they are entrusted to train. The instructor for this class is Sergeant Dan Greene from Chandler Arizona and is one of the most sought after FTO trainers in the country. Dan is Vice President of the National Association of Field Training Officers (NAFTO) and the 2017 ILEETA Trainer of the Year.


October 12, 2017 -  Dynamics of Officer/Citizen Encounters - Presented by Command Presence $129 per person ($115 for four or more)
Police interactions with citizens are in the national spotlight. What previously wouldn’t have made the local paper now makes national news. Officers need tools to effectively engage citizens in a professional manner without compromising their own safety in the process. The instructor for this class is John Bostain, formerly of Hampton (VA) PD and FLETC in Brunswick, GA. John, the Owner and President of Command Presence grew up in Novi before starting a decorated career at Hampton PD and over 15 years as a Defensive tactics instructor at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center. John is currently on the Board of Directors of ILEETA and a recipient of the 2012 ILEETA/Law Officer Magazine Trainer of the Year.


October 25 – 27, 2017 -  Imagery for Cops –Presented by Winning Mind Training $327 per person ($197 per person for ILEETA members)
Looking for the missing piece to the puzzle of helping your officers and athletes ‘get it’? Have you heard from the great performers that elite performance is 80% mental and 20% physical and wondered how to best tap into that 80%? Have you heard about imagery/mental rehearsal/visualization and wondered exactly what it is and how it works? Then you are at the right place. Imagery For Cops is a course built by an experienced law enforcement officer and trainer. Brian Willis has conducted group and individual imagery sessions with over 2000 people including law enforcement officers, trainers, athletes, coaches and individuals seeking positive change in their lives. Brian has also trained hundreds of law enforcement trainers and coaches from around North America to utilize Performance Enhancement Imagery as a method of effecting powerful change in officers’ and athletes’ performance.


November 2, 2017 -  BlueEQ Workshop – Presented by Partners in Law Enforcement $199 per person
Emotional intelligence is your ability to be aware of and control your emotions. It’s also your ability to perceive your environment and work effectively with others. The radical transparency of the 21st century requires emotional intelligence, or EQ, to stay safe, strong, and successful. Kelly Newman is a Senior Consultant at BlueEQ with over 20 years of experience in management consulting, leadership training and education. Who Should Attend? LEO’s, front-line supervisors and mid-level managers, senior leaders in law enforcement, including those who are preparing for a promotion or anyone looking to develop their leadership skills. This includes managers from all areas of public safety.


November 8, 2017 – 10th Data Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety (DDACTS) 
Data Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety workshop designed to show officers how to use data collection efforts to manage and deploy strategic resources that will decrease traffic crashes and crime. “If the data analysis reveals that criminal activity and traffic crashes occur at a specific place within a community, then it is at that place that law enforcement activities need to be focused.  A non-biased, data-driven approach to crime and traffic safety delivers law enforcement services at the right place and at the right time.” Joseph A. McMillan, NOBLE President 2008-2009

No Cost Registration by email to Peggy Schafer

Fire Classes

None at this time.

Dispatch Classes

None at this time.

Records Classes

Enhancing Clerical & Office Staff Support Personnel Job Skills
November 20, 2017