The Training Division shall administer the recruit
training program and other training programs as designated by the department.
A. To provide instruction in current police practices and related subjects.
B. To provide training to help departmental personnel develop:
l. Appropriate habits of thought and action;
3. Knowledge; and
4. An attitude to be effective in their
assignments and cooperate among themselves to fulfill departmental goals.
C. To train personnel to enable them to efficiently serve the public.
A. Chief of Police
Training will be conducted under the direction of the Chief of Police who may:
l. Determine the curriculum and direct recruit training;
2. Direct advanced training or recall training for departmental employees;
3. Maintain training records of all personnel; and
4. Require that the examination results of each course
be made a part of a probationary or regular employee’s training record.
B. Training Division Commander
The Training Division commander shall ensure that:
l. All regular training schedules are prepared and
affected personnel are notified on a timely basis;
2. Special training projects do not conflict with
established training schedules and procedures; and
3. All required training is conducted as a result
of laws, statutes, and/or authorized departmental
programs (i.e., annual – use of force and sexual
harassment; biennial – ethics training).
C. Element Commanders
Element commanders or designees shall:
l. Analyze the training needs in their elements;
2. Submit requests for specialized training as
required to the Training Division through appropriate channels; and
3. Train element personnel in normal operational and work procedures.
Other elements may administer training as designated by the department.