IACP Looking for Trainers for Firearms Interdiction T/A
IACP, in coordination with the Bureau of Justice Assistance, is currently redesigning the existing Firearms Interdiction Technical Assistance Project (T/A). The T/A will include courses that focus on all aspects of Firearms Interdiction. The main topics to be covered are:
- Crime Mapping
- Gangs and Drugs
- Firearms Interdiction for Large and Small Jurisdictions
- Dynamic Partnerships and Multi-Jurisdictional Task Force Development
- Grant Writing
- Crime Scene Processing
- Suspect Debriefing and Interview Techniques
- School Resource Officer Interdiction Strategies
For the year 2003-2004, IACP is planning on holding 4 headquarters trainings and 3 to 5 site trainings. The training will take place over a 2½ day period and will cover all topics specific to the attending agencies.
IACP will cover all travel costs and provide per diem for all trainers. Consultant fees range from $350-$500 based on knowledge, experience and class length.
If you are interested in becoming a trainer for this course, please submit your resume to the Program Coordinator, Valencia Kyburz, via fax 703/684-5728 or e-mail at Kyburz@theiacp.org by June 20, 2003.
Qualified instructors will be contacted for a phone interview after this date. Please include your full contact information including mailing address, phone number/s where you can be reached during business hours, fax number and e-mail address.
We appreciate your interest and look forward to your response.
If you have any questions and want to know more about the program, please call or e-mail Kristen Beam.