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Law Enforcement Training Academy, Camp Shelby, MS

Continuing Education Training Schedule

Classes are approved by MS BLEOST for continuing education ("Johnny Martin") hours as mandated for municipal police officers MS Code 45-6-19.
 

LODGING & MEALS

Conveniently located on site. Information located within each course description below.
Contact SRPSI at 601.266.6680 or via email for reservations.
 
Tuition for all courses must be paid in full or PO received prior to the start date of the course.

 

2 course dates available.

January 26 - 28, 2021                    or                    October 19 - 21, 2021

$550 - per person Tuition includes lodging and meals

This is a MS BLEOST Approved Firearms Instructor Class taught by retired Police Chief Tom Long. 

Instructor: This class is taught by retired Police Chief Tom Long, founder of the Tactical Officer Survival School (TOSS).  At the time of his retirement, Tom was the longest serving Chief of Police in the state of Mississippi at 27 years. His law enforcement career spanned 38 years as he worked his way through the ranks to become Chief of Police. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, past President of the MS Tactical Officers Association and Memphis Metropolitan Association of Chiefs of Police. Tom is a recognized law enforcement expert in police firearms, pursuits, policy and procedures at the local, state, and federal court levels. 

Beginning in 1986, while still maintaining a full time career in law enforcement, Tom worked for several years as a firearm’s instructor at John Shaw’s Mid South Shooting Institute, where his eyes were open to a firearm’s training potential he never knew existed. 

As chairman of his state’s committee to investigate police officer fatalities, Tom gained vast knowledge that he applied practically to his firearm’s instruction, developing courses that better prepare officers for combat confrontations.

As part of an advanced teaching cadre or as an individual instructor, Tom has taught thousands of military Special Forces personnel and Federal, State and local law enforcement officers from around the world. He formed Tactical Officer Survival School in 1993 in an effort to bring the kind of training to local law enforcement that until then had only been available to an elite few.

Tom has an EXTENSIVE history training local, state and federal level law enforcement agencies from all over the country.

About the Course: In this class the student will learn to teach shoulder weapons common to today’s law enforcement officer. Weapons covered will be Patrol Rifle, Sub guns and shotguns.  Students will graduate with the knowledge how to return to their agencies and teach basic and advanced combat tactics to their personnel. The class will cover both pump and semi auto shotguns, as well as semi auto and full auto patrol rifles and sub-guns. 

Equipment needed:

·         Shotgun:  100 rounds of birdshot-10 slugs-10 buckshot

·         Patrol Rifle:  500 rounds

·         Handgun:   150 rounds

·         Range gear: Eye Protection and Ear Protection

·         Handgun/holster & magazine pouch with extra magazines

·         Rain Gear

·         Body armor

Class will run 0800-1700 daily at Southern Regional Public Safety Institute (SRPSI), Bldg 1481, 14th Street Camp Shelby, MS 39407. Students will need to be in their seat NLT 0745.

For additional information contact SGT Joe Green at 601.266.6680 or via email

Click HERE to complete the registration form and submit via email

2 course dates available.

February 4, 2021                    or                    August 5, 2021

$125 per student

LODGING & MEALS Conveniently located on site for the duration of the course for $60/per officer

Instructor:  Creekmore (CB) Wright has been in the field of law enforcement for over forty years. He is currently retired from civilian law enforcement and the military. Throughout his career in law enforcement, he served as a Police Officer, Police Captain, State Trooper, State Investigator, State Certified Law Enforcement Basic & Advanced Training Instructor, MS Gaming Commission Training Officer, MS Corrections Investigator, & Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training Center Public Safety Director.

During his military service, he obtained the rank of Sergeant Major (SGM), and served in the following positions: United States Army (USA) Military Police (MP) Officer, NCOIC (Non-Commission Officer-in-Charge) of MP Operations, USA Military Police Investigator (MPI), United States Army Military Police School (USAMPS) Certified Instructor, FT McClellan, AL, Military Intelligence NCO, Operation Iraqi Freedom, Baghdad, Iraq, and a Certified Combat Medic, FT Sam Houston, TX.

Instructor Wright holds an Associate Degree from the Northeast Mississippi Community College, and a Bachelor Degree from the University of Mississippi in Criminal Justice. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, Quantico, VA, the Mississippi Highway Patrol School, Mississippi Law Enforcement Training Academy (MLEOTA), Pearl, MS, & the USAMPS, FT Gordon, GA.

About the Course:  Exhibiting excellent communication skills is an essential ability that a Law Enforcement Officer must possess to avoid potential violent situations, prevent use of force confrontations, reduce liability, decrease complaints, increase safety, promote professionalism, and generate a better understanding with the public.  Strategic Communication will focus on different types of communication in various situations that occur involving police and subjects, prior to an officer employing any type of force to achieve compliance.  This training will examine what can go wrong in different situations and what actions an officer can take at this level before, during, and after an encounter to reduce and/or avoid the possibility of having to employ less lethal or deadly force.  Click HERE for a more in-depth description.

Class will run 0800-1700 daily at Southern Regional Public Safety Institute (SRPSI), Bldg 1481, 14th Street Camp Shelby, MS 39407.  Students will need to be in their seat NLT 0745.

For additional information contact LT Jacqueline Moreno at 601.266.6680 or via email

Click HERE to complete the registration form and submit via email

2 course dates available.

February 23 - 25, 2021                    or                    November 9 - 11, 2021

$475 per student  Tuition includes lodging and meals

Instructor:  Retired criminal investigator, George Chaix retired from a 27-year career in policing.  Serving as a criminal investigator since 1996 and later in a command position serving both the Gulfport and Biloxi Police Departments.  He also served in the Navy Reserve in the law enforcement career field serving as an instructor at the Military Police School and as an investigator serving as the Chief of Military Police Investigations for the Country of Kuwait.  He holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice with a Minor in Forensic Science along with a Masters of Criminal Justice Administration. 

Mr. Chaix currently serves as an Instructor of Criminal Justice for William Carey University and is a past president of the Mississippi Division of the International Association of Identification.  He also serves on the Board of the Mississippi Gulf Coast Veterans Day Parade and an adjunct Instructor for the Southern Regional Public Safety Academy.

About the Course:  Designed for Officers transitioning from a patrol assignment to an assignment in investigations.  It will demonstrate the importance of basic investigative techniques and reinforce the importance of such techniques.  It will give the student an understanding of the role the 5th Amendment plays in interviews and interrogations, providing the student the ability to navigate and obtain a court admissible statement.

The students will be able to apply sound investigative techniques in documenting a crime scene and learn to provide a voice to the physical evidence recovered during the investigation. The students will learn to apply the requirements set forth in the 4th Amendment in the recovery of evidence during the crime scene investigation.

Students will review case studies and are encouraged to interact with the instructor regarding investigative techniques.

Class will run 0800-1700 daily at Southern Regional Public Safety Institute (SRPSI), Bldg 1481, 14th Street Camp Shelby, MS 39407.  Students will need to be in their seat NLT 0745.

Required Equipment:  Laptop with Microsoft Office ® suite, Crime Scene Kit, with a minimum of a camera, black powder and brush, paper bags of various sizes, q-tips, plain paper, rubber gloves, measuring tapes and graph paper.

For additional information contact LT Jacqueline Moreno at 601.266.6680 or via email

Click HERE to complete the registration form and submit via email

3 course dates available.

March 30 - April 1, 2021          or          June 29 - July 1, 2021          or          Oct 26 - 28, 2021

$300 per student

LODGING & MEALS Conveniently located on site for the duration of the course for $180/per officer

Instructor:  SGT Joseph Green, lead staff instructor for SRPSI. 

About the Course:  It prepares the patrol officer to identify, implement, and evaluate new police recruit training and prepare new police recruits for individual patrol assignments.

·         Police Vehicle Operations

·         Conflict Resolution

·         Use of Force

·         Local Procedures, Laws, Policies

·         Report Writing

·         Leadership

·         Problem Solving Skills

·         Community Specific Problems

·         Cultural Diversity & Special Needs Groups

·         Legal Authority

·         Individual Rights

·         Officer Safety

·         Communication Skills

·         Ethics

·         Lifestyle Stressors / Self Awareness / Self Regulation

Class will run 0800-1700 daily at Southern Regional Public Safety Institute (SRPSI), Bldg 1481, 14th Street Camp Shelby, MS 39407.  Students will need to be in their seat NLT 0745.

Required Equipment:  Laptop with Microsoft Office ® suite

For additional information contact SGT Joseph Green at 601.266.6680 or via email

Click HERE to complete the registration form and submit via email

2 course dates available.

May 5 - 6, 2021                    or                    September 8 - 9, 2021

$375 - per person Tuition includes lodging and meals

About the Course/Instructor: This course is designed for front line leadership. Based on the book "Leading Warriors from the Backs of Giants" written by Tom Long, founder of the Tactical Officer Survival School (TOSS). The book and the class presented are based on leadership lessons learned over the course of his law enforcement career spanning 38 years as he worked his way through the ranks to become Chief of Police. Twenty six of those years was as Chief of Police over a major law enforcement agency with constant growth and changes. At the time of his retirement in January of 2016, Tom was the longest serving Chief in the state of MS. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, past President of the MS Tactical Officers Association and Memphis Metropolitan Association of Chiefs of Police. Tom is a recognized law enforcement expert in police firearms, pursuits, policy and procedures at the local, state, and federal court levels. This common sense approach to leadership is a course all leaders both present and future should be exposed to.

Class will run 0800-1700 daily at Southern Regional Public Safety Institute (SRPSI), Bldg 1481, 14th Street Camp Shelby, MS 39407.  Students will need to be in their seat NLT 0745.

For additional information contact LT Jacqueline Moreno at 601.266.6680 or via email

Click HERE to complete the registration form and submit via email

 

September 28 - 30, 2021

$550 - per person Tuition includes lodging and meals

This is a MS BLEOST Approved Firearms Instructor Class taught by retired Police Chief Tom Long. 

Instructor: This class is taught by retired Police Chief Tom Long, founder of the Tactical Officer Survival School (TOSS).  At the time of his retirement, Tom was the longest serving Chief of Police in the state of Mississippi at 27 years. His law enforcement career spanned 38 years as he worked his way through the ranks to become Chief of Police. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, past President of the MS Tactical Officers Association and Memphis Metropolitan Association of Chiefs of Police. Tom is a recognized law enforcement expert in police firearms, pursuits, policy and procedures at the local, state, and federal court levels. 

Beginning in 1986, while still maintaining a full time career in law enforcement, Tom worked for several years as a firearm’s instructor at John Shaw’s Mid South Shooting Institute, where his eyes were open to a firearm’s training potential he never knew existed. 

As chairman of his state’s committee to investigate police officer fatalities, Tom gained vast knowledge that he applied practically to his firearm’s instruction, developing courses that better prepare officers for combat confrontations.

As part of an advanced teaching cadre or as an individual instructor, Tom has taught thousands of military Special Forces personnel and Federal, State and local law enforcement officers from around the world. He formed Tactical Officer Survival School in 1993 in an effort to bring the kind of training to local law enforcement that until then had only been available to an elite few.

Tom has an EXTENSIVE history training local, state and federal level law enforcement agencies from all over the country.

About the Course: In this class the student will learn to teach handguns common to today’s law enforcement officer. Students will graduate with the knowledge how to return to their agencies and teach basic and advanced combat tactics to their personnel.  

Equipment needed:

·        Handgun:   1000 rounds

·        Range gear: Eye Protection and Ear Protection

·         Handgun/holster & magazine pouch with extra magazines

·         Rain Gear

·         Body armor

·         Flashlight (not just weapons mounted light)         

Class will run 0800-1700 daily at Southern Regional Public Safety Institute (SRPSI), Bldg 1481, 14th Street Camp Shelby, MS 39407. Students will need to be in their seat NLT 0745.

For additional information contact SGT Joe Green at 601.266.6680 or via email

Click HERE to complete the registration form and submit via email

 

 

 

 

 

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Law Enforcement Training Academy
Bldg 1481 14th Street
Camp Shelby, MS 39407

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Email
police.academyFREEMississippi

Phone
601.266.6680