Training & Events
Class Picture from Cedarburg, WI
Training & Events
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The National Crime Prevention Council delivers training and technical assistance tailored to meet the needs of agencies, communities, and others engaged in crime prevention. Crime trends and effective prevention strategies are constantly evolving and leaders must have the tools to meet new challenges. Through its Training and Technical Assistance Department, NCPC brings together national experts and master trainers to ensure that optimal public safety strategies and reliable data are available to audiences and leaders engaged in creating safer and more caring communities.
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NCPC works with communities to identify goals and design and deliver one-day or multiday training sessions. It also offers extended technical assistance and facilitates comprehensive community planning initiatives. Its models have been successful in cities across the United States from Seattle, WA, to Spartanburg, SC.
Browse our training topics to learn more about what we offer. If you are interested in attending a training or setting one up in your area, please contact us.
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New England School Safety Strategies Regional Training
Hosted by the Fairfield Police Department and Sacred Heart University
October 20-22, 2015
Registration Link for the New England Regional School Safety Strategies Training
Upcoming Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design trainings
- Coming to Purdue University this November (West Lafayette, IN, from Nov 03, 2015 08:30 AM to Nov 05, 2015 05:00 PM)
- Hosted by the Purdue University Police Department, this training will inform participants about the basics of CPTED principles, and how they work. Participants also will apply successful applications and techniques of CPTED to specific crimes, and consider CPTED principles in plans to secure key public places, schools, and facilities.
- Coming to North Dakota this October (Grand Forks Police Department, from Oct 06, 2015 08:30 AM to Oct 08, 2015 05:00 PM)
- Hosted by the Grand Forks Police Department, this training will inform participants about the basics of CPTED principles, and how they work. Participants also will apply successful applications and techniques of CPTED to specific crimes, and consider CPTED principles in plans to secure key public places, schools, and facilities.
Basic and Advanced Crime Prevention Trainings
Upcoming Basic and Advanced Crime Prevention trainings
- FREE Advanced Crime Prevention (Garrett College Continuing Education Center, McHenry, MD, from Sep 28, 2015 08:30 AM to Sep 30, 2015 05:00 PM)
- Officers attending will receive 22.5 in-service hours from the Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commissions if they successfully pass a written test with a score of 75% or higher. Registration Deadline is September 25, 2015!
- FREE Basic Crime Prevention (The Capital Theatre of Greeneville , from Dec 01, 2015 08:30 AM to Dec 03, 2015 05:00 PM)
- Skill-building Training Course coming to Tennessee! Hosted by the Greene County Sheriff's Department, the Greene County Partnership, and the Greene County Chamber of Commerce!
Campus Crime Prevention Trainings
Upcoming Campus Crime Prevention Trainings
- Campus Crime Prevention Training (University of Rochester, from Jul 28, 2015 08:30 AM to Jul 30, 2015 05:00 PM)
- Hosted by the University of Rochester, July 28-30, 2015
- Class Photo from Kennesaw State University
- Class photo of the Campus Crime Prevention class hosted by Kennesaw State University on August 4-6, 2015. The 31 attendees represented colleges and universities throughout the Southeast and Midwest. Pictured are Chief Roger Stearns (far right), NCPC Master Trainer Chuck Sczuroski (far left) and the entire class, absent NCPC Trainer Lee Struble who also served as photographer.
Free Webinars and Podcasts
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- Reducing Crime by Design Podcast. Listen here.
- Safe Fire Arms Storage Campaign Podcast. Listen here.
- Crime Prevention Legislation and Police Support podcast. Guest: Patrick D. Harris.
- Police and Campus Partnership in addressing Campus Safety podcast.
- Gangs in our Communities podcast. Guest Presenter: Lt. James Perez, Fairfield CT Police Department.
- Human Trafficking podcast interview with Major Arthur Martins, Pawtucket RI Police Department.
- Recognizing Gangs in our Communities Webinar. Watch here.
- Gangs on College Campuses and guest presenter is Tony Avendorph Webinar. Watch here.
- Taking Action: The Advocate's Role in Assisting Financial Fraud Victims - Presenter: Joshua Bailes, Staff Attorney, National Center for Victims of Crime. watch here.
- Gangs in our Communities Webinar. Guest Presenter: Lt. James Perez, Fairfield CT Police Department.
- Crime Analysis Webinar. Guest Presenter: Ashley Ranieri, part-time crime analysr for teh city of Kingston Police Department, NY.
- Working with Probation and Parole Webinar: An Overview of the American and Parole Association's(AAPA) Involvement with PSN. Guest Presenters: Adam K Matz and Mary Ann Mowatt, APPA
- Working With Parents on Gang and Gun Violence Prevention Webinar
- Burglary Suppression and Target Hardening Webinar
- Animal Cruelty and Interpersonal Violence: What's New? Webinar
- Foreign Gangs Webinar
- Justifying Your Crime Prevention Unit Webinar
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