IACP'S ALZHEIMER's CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

 

 

Current Direct Training Opportunities

  • Green Bay, WI
    April 15, 2015
    Green Bay Police Department
    307 South Adams Street
    Green Bay, WI  54301
    Register here
  • Milwaukee, WI
    April 16, 2015
    Milwaukee Police Department Training Academy
    Theater Room
    6680 North Teutonia Avenue
    Milwaukee, WI  53209
    Register here
  • Henderson, NV May 12th
    May 12th, 2015
    City of Henderson, North Patrol Station
    225 East Sunset Road
    Henderson, NV  89011
    Register here
  • Henderson, NV May 13th
    May 13th, 2015
    City of Henderson, North Patrol Station
    225 East Sunset Road
    Henderson, NV  89011
    Register here
  • Lexington, KY May 27th
    May 27th, 2015
    Fayette County Courthouse
    120 North Limestone
    Lexington, KY  40507
    Register here
  • Claremore, OK June 17th
    June 17th, 2015
    NTC Training Center
    Claremore Campus
    1901 North Highway 88
    Claremore, OK  40507
    Register here

 

Current Train-the-Trainer Training Opportunities

Please note that seating is limited. Upon registration you will be notified if you are registered or have been placed on a wait list. It is recommended that departments send at least two personnel per agency or  region for purposes of co-training.

  • Largo, FL
    May 4-5, 2015
    Pinellas County Sheriff's Office
    10750 Ulmerton Road
    Largo, FL  33778
    Register here

 

Alzheimer's Initiatives training sessions are:

  • One day in length (8:30am-4:30pm)
  • No cost to participants and will include resource handouts
  • Interactive and engaging
  • Inclusive of participants from rural and urban agencies
  • Taught by experienced instructors
  • Opportunities for networking and information sharing
  • Co-hosting opportunities available

 

*These events are pending approval by the U.S. Department of Justice. In the event that approval is not granted, the event may be rescheduled. Registrants will be notified via email if any changes occur. 

 

 

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