CIC offers many different courses covering a wide range of topics. Additionally, our team is experienced in developing customized training material to meet specific needs, such as conferences or multi-day training courses. Interested in hosting a CIC course? Need a course designed for your agency? Contact us for more information! We look forward to collaborating with your organization.
Click on the link to view individual courses CIC has prepared for each of the following topics:
There are many things property owners can do to enhance security and reduce vulnerabilities. During this one-day course, community members and law enforcement will work as partners in learning to evaluate a business or residence to safeguard the persons and property from criminal acts. Participants will be provided with assessment tools and forms that suggest ways to improve property safety and security.
As we have entered the 21st century we have witnessed terrible acts of violence that have been committed in a variety of locations. This has brought the concept of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) to the forefront as we work to detect, deter, and delay these criminals and terrorists. The use of CPTED intertwined with threat assessments is rapidly becoming the new norm in policing and security work.
This class also will incorporate a hands-on assessment at a local business and the opportunity to pass on what was learned to the rest of the class.
This class is geared for law enforcement, loss prevention, security, community leaders, city planners, block captains, or anyone interested in learning advanced crime prevention strategies.
During this hands-on, three-day course, international security consultants and experts in the field of crime prevention will review all aspects of conducting physical security assessments for business, retail and residential properties. The course is designed for police officers to provide them with the tools they need to serve as consultants to their communities in helping identify ways to reduce crime and promote community engagement.
This two-day course provides a strategic planning framework to identify data resources and align activities to address specific crime issues, creating the opportunity for measurable outcomes. The strategic plan can be used to reduce duplication of effort, apply for funding, and implement grant programs. Participants will learn how planning helps accurately verify impact and outcomes.
This one-day course is designed for those interested in learning ways to enhance their effectiveness as a supervisor and leader within their organization. The course covers how generations, attitudes, and personalities impact employee performance and how supervisors can positively impact employee performance. Participants will develop a leadership self-improvement plan, based on methods discussed during the course.
This one-day course is designed for those who wish to develop and enhance their leadership skills. The goal is to provide information and resources to define and apply leadership styles and coaching skills to the supervision of others. Participants will develop self-improvement plans to guide ongoing leadership development.
At the completion of training, participants will be able to:
Research indicates that the management and culture of an organization are among the most important factors influencing police behavior. How leaders respond to officers regarding their behavior towards each other and the citizens they serve directly affects whether law enforcement is viewed as an institution that demonstrates integrity. The primary goal of this course is to define ethical leadership and apply concepts into future decision-making and actions that will help motivate others to build trust and maintain respect. The course is for individual participants or groups of individuals from law enforcement agencies.
At the completion of training, the participant will be able to:
This unique course is tailored for women in today’s workforce. The course will focus on key areas to include: emotional intelligence, leadership styles, and managing conflict: working with challenging personalities and difficult situations.
This course can be offered in a one- or two-day format, using a classroom or computer lab approach. Participants are encouraged to bring laptops/tablets as they learn about the fundamentals of finding funding, planning for grant applications, planning effective projects/programs, and writing applications that will get noticed. Learn about the major C’s of effective grant writing; hear about what funding agencies want and how applications are reviewed and scored.
This one-day course is designed to help grantees make a smooth transition into implementation for new awards. Learn about techniques to identify, collect and measure performance data, manage grant files, and develop meaningful progress, performance, and final reports. Participants will receive templates and samples for effective grant management. Laptop use is encouraged during the course. Bring current projects to the training for one-on-one assistance.
A well-developed strategic plan is one that can move seamlessly from development to action. It must consider the end-user or recipient of the services being planned and align resources with anticipated outcomes, with success measured by impact as well as outcomes. This three-day training course is designed for teams to work on developing the framework for a strategic plan during the training.
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