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                     2nd Quarter May-June 2019

Basic Boat Operations (TCOLE # 3895) 16 hours

Special Attention Note Only 2 slots left !!!

DATE: May 29th-May 30th, 2019 

Time: 8 A.M.-5 P.M.

In the event of a cancelation due to bad weather, the reschedule date will be June 4 & 5, 2019 (same times) (Tuesday & Wednesday)  

Instructor: Barry Welch (281-520-1685)

Assistant Instructor: Buck Clendennen

Goal: To teach the student how to properly operate a watercraft safely during a water rescue event. 

Location: Classroom training will be held at Montgomery County Pct 4 Constable’s Conference Room located at 21130 US HWY 59, New Caney, Texas 77357 (281-577-8985) (ext 6005).

The field operations will be held in a body of water, located at the head of waters of Lake Houston, in the San Jacinto River, Caney creek, and Spring Creek. Deployment will be at the PCT 4 Harris County Commissioner Office Boat Ramp, located at HWY 59 area, near the rail road river bridge,(North River Bank.)

Secondary boat launch location
The Harris County boat ramp located at the river and Hwy 59, is currently undergoing some small repairs, if the repairs are not complete at the time of this training class, the secondary boat ramp location will be a privet business located on Sorters Rd. Porter Tx. (sand pit operation with river access)


Student Pre-Requisites: Must have some knowledge and experience with watercrafts, must be assigned to swift water rescue team, (any c-4 students= must be certified water rescue technician and active member of C-4 SWRT)







X2 & X26 Taser New User/ Re-Certification Course 

Date: May 30th, 2019 ​

​Time: 8am - 5pm (New User) 8am - 12pm (Re-Cert)

​8 TCOLE Hrs.

​Tuition: $ 35.00

​Instructor: Chief Stephen Carlisle 

​Location: Roman Forest Police Department 

​2430 Roman Forest Blvd. New Caney, TX

​Student materials: Bring 3 Taser air cartridges for new certifications. Bring your Taser, holster, and duty belt. Bring blue training gun.

​This course is the X-2 and X-26 Taser User Certification. Bring 2 Taser cartridges for re-certifications. Call ahead of time, if you do not have access to cartridges, to make special arraignments. Bring your Taser, holster, and duty belt . ABSOLUTELY NO NON TASER WEAPONS IN THE CLASSROOM.








First Line Supervisor (New Supervisor) TCOLE #3737

Date: June 3-5, 2019

Time: 8am-5pm

​24 TCOLE Hrs. 

​Tuition: $95.00

​Instructor: Chief Stephan Carlisle

​Location: Roman Forest Police Department

​2430 Roman Forest Blvd. New Caney, TX

​This course is a TCOLE mandated for those individuals appointed to a law enforcement supervisory position either 1 year before or one year after appointed to a supervisory position. This course is designed to meet the TCOLE requirements for newly appointed Supervisor Course 3737. Topics will include: Role identification, Communications, Leadership styles, Counseling liability, Civil rights. First Line / Mid-management supervisors must take this class within 1 year of their promotion. The student will learn basic techniques for managing employees for increased performance, goal setting and team building.


​Narcan Spray for Law Enforcement TCOLE #2024

Date: June 6th, 2019

Time: 9am-12pm

3 TCOLE Hrs. 

​Tuition: $10.00

Instructor: Captain Dimitri Jasonis

​Location: Roman Forest Police Department
2430 Roman Forest Blvd. New Caney, TX

Overview

This is a Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) elective Naloxone - What You Need to Know training course for Texas Peace Officers, Jailers, and Telecommunicators.

Naloxone Hydrochloride is a generic prescription drug used to aid an individual experiencing an overdose of an opioid substance. Naloxone is sold under the brand names Narcan™ , as well as others. There are several benefits of this drug, but there are many things to consider when deciding whether or not to make its use an everyday part of your peace officer duties. In this course, we outline its intended use, application, and logistics of implementing and administering the drug, as well as its benefits and drawbacks.

Please note, the entire course final exam(s), and course evaluation(s) must be completed in order to receive three (3) hours of course credit.











          3rd Quarter July-September 2019 

Ignition Interlock Training Program for Law Enforcement

Date: July 10th, 2019​

Time: 8am - 12pm 

​4 TCOLE Hrs.

Tuition: There is no charge to attend this training. 

​Location: Roman Forest Police Department 
2430 Roman Forest Blvd. New Caney, TX

​Student materials: Pen/Paper

​The Ignition Interlock Training Program for Law Enforcement is a four hour training designed to give law enforcement knowledge and skills related to ignition interlock and performance of their job duties. This training will explore:

◾Texas Ignition Interlock Laws

◾Implementation of Ignition Interlock Programs and Strategies

◾Ignition Interlock Technology & Violations

◾Ignition Interlock Device Challenges and Concerns

◾Traffic Stops and Other Practical Considerations of Ignition Interlock Devices




Deliberate Solutions

Basic SWAT 

Per Officer $500.00

Ammo is included in course fee

September 9-14, 2019 Mon-Fri 9a-7:30p/Sat 9a-5p

Trinity Armory, Cleveland Texas

In order for you to become an effective SWAT Officer you must learn the basic tactics utilized in close quarter battle (CQB) and demonstrate impeccable weapon safety, manipulation, and marksmanship. As such, you must be able to qualify with your rifle and pistol before successfully completing this course. In addition, you must demonstrate firearm safety throughout each training evolution. You will be shown key concepts of CQB such as angles, team composition/movements, breaching, and mission planning. You will also learn when to apply medical assistance during tactical operations. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to recognize and demonstrate the basic tactics and concepts of SWAT and medical applications within.


Student Equipment:

Note Taking Material, Firearms and Supporting Equipment (magazines, cleaning/repair kits, eye/ear protection, sling, etc.), Body Armor, First Aid Kits, Body Protection Equipment such as and Knee and Elbow Pads, Helmets, Gloves, Handheld and Weapon Mounted Lights, Optics, Personal Hydration/Snacks.





















4th Quarter October-December 2019




BASIC S.W.A.T. COURSE (TCOLE #3301)

Date: October 7th-11th, 2019

Time: 9am-9pm 12 hour days

60 TCOLE Hrs.

Tuition: $375.00

Instructor: AWATT

Location: Trinity Armory, 2152 County Rd 388, Cleveland, TX


Basic Special Weapons And Tactics (SWAT) training provides new SWAT officers the opportunity to learn basic tactical operations theory and develop a level of proficiency in common SWAT operations. The course provides participants with a solid understanding of basic SWAT concepts and operations.



Mandatory Equipment:

• Eye Protection
• Ear Protection
 Appropriate Long Sleeve Shirt & Matching Pants
• Gloves
• Elbow Pads
• Knee Pads
• Ballistic Armor
• Tactical Vest
• Tactical Duty Gear
Hand Held Flashlight
Handcuff with Keys
 Flexible Cuffs
Mirror
Weapons


Handgun with 3 Magazines and 300 Rounds of Ammunition
Duty Belt, Magazine Pouches, and Holster for Handgun
Long Gun with Sling : Patrol/Entry Rifle with 3 Magazines and 1000 Rounds of Ammunition 
Weapons Cleaning Equipment
Boots (Two Pair)
Pen/Pencil
Pocket Note Pad
Appropriate Clothing for Physical Activities











1st Quarter January-March 2019



X2 & X26 Taser New User/ Re-Certification Course 

Date: February 28th, 2019​

Time: 8am - 5pm (New User) 8am - 12pm (Re-Cert)

8 TCOLE Hrs.

Tuition: $ 35.00

Instructor: Chief Stephen Carlisle 

Location: Roman Forest Police Department 

2430 Roman Forest Blvd. New Caney, TX


Student materials: Bring 3 Taser air cartridges for new certifications. Bring your Taser, holster, and duty belt.


This course is the X-2 and X-26 Taser User Certification. Bring 2 Taser cartridges for re-certifications. Call ahead of time, if you do not have access to cartridges, to make special arraignments. Bring your Taser, holster, and duty belt . ABSOLUTELY NO NON TASER WEAPONS IN THE CLASSROOM.









Texas Advisory Board Training #3003 (TCOLE)
Date: January 11th, 2019 
Time: 9am - 11am 
2 TCOLE HRS​
Tutition: $ 0.00
Instructor: Chief Stephen Carlisle​
Location : Roman Forest Police Department
2430 Roman Forest Blvd. New Caney, TX


This is the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) mandated Advisory Board Training #3003 course for Texas Advisory Board Members. As a courtesy to our fellow Advisory Board Members throughout the State of Texas, this course is offered with no fee. Thank you for your dedication to our law enforcement and corrections community.


The Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) serves as the regulatory agency responsible for the development and enforcement of law enforcement standards. TCOLE was created and granted statutory authority under Chapter 1701 of the Texas Occupations Code. One of the many responsibilities of the Commission is the establishment of standards governing law enforcement training programs and schools. The Occupations Code, Section 1701.252, stipulates that before a training program can be licensed, the school must have an advisory board for developing curriculum. The purpose of this training is to provide members of the advisory board with a review of the rules promulgated by the Commission regarding the duties and function of the advisory board.









Civilian Interaction Training Program
Date: January 15th, 2019 
Time: 9am - 11am Registration
2 TCOLE HRS​
Tutition: $ 25.00
Instructor: Lieutenant Jim Slack​
Location: Roman Forest Police Department 
2430 Roman Forest Blvd. New Caney, TX


This is the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement mandated Civilian Interaction Training course offered for Texas Peace Officers.


In the wake of Sandra Bland’s in custody death in 2015, the Texas Legislature took action to train the driving public and peace officers in a first of a kind Civilian Interaction Training program in the United States.



This course is a required course to be completed no later than the second anniversary of the date the officer is licensed unless the officer completes the training as part of the officer’s basic training. A peace officer or reserve law enforcement officer who holds a license under Chapter 1701, Occupations Code, issued on or before January 1, 2018, shall complete a training program established under Section 1701.268, Occupations Code, as added by this Act, not later than January 1, 2020.​​








4th Quarter October -December 2018



  Basic Instructor Course, TCOLE #1014

Class Cancelled 


Date: October 1st-5th, 2018

Time: 8:00 A.M. -4 P.M. 

40 TCOLE Hours

Tuition: $175.00

Instructor: Deputy Bobby Brown

Location: Roman Forest Police Department 

2430 Roman Forest Blvd. New Caney, TX



This five day in classroom course meets the requirements for basic instructor proficiency state certification.





Patrol Rifle Course, TCOLE #3322


Date: October 3rd-4th 2018


Time: 8 A.M.-6 P.M. both days


20 TCOLE Hrs. 


Tuition: $110.00


Instructor: Lieutenant Eddie Hernandez


Location: Trinity Armory Inc. 


2152 County Rd 388, Cleveland, TX





Student Materials: Pistol rifle cleaning kit, eye protection, electronic ear protection, body armor or plate carrier with armor inserts, knee and elbow pads (optional), operator gloves, note taking material. 





This two-day live-fire course is designed to build upon the basic sixteen-hour rifle course and test the students' shooting abilities and decision-making skills. Officers will become familiar with the types of situations that may require the use of a rifle and learn how to effectively deploy it. This course consists of classroom lecture and a live-fire course. Each student must be a licensed peace officer through TCOLE and must be covered by their respective departments insurance or worker's compensation plan. Sixteen hours of TCOLE credit will be given at the completion of this course.


Patrol Rifle with 500 rounds and handgun with 150 rounds required.






BASIC S.W.A.T. COURSE (TCOLE #3301)

CLASS CANCELLED

Date: October 15th-19th, 2018

Time: 9am-9pm 12 hour days

60 TCOLE Hrs.

Tuition: $630.00

Instructor: AWATT

Location: Trinity Armory, 2152 County Rd 388, Cleveland, TX



Basic Special Weapons And Tactics (SWAT) training provides new SWAT officers the opportunity to learn basic tactical operations theory and develop a level of proficiency in common SWAT operations. The course provides participants with a solid understanding of basic SWAT concepts and operations.

Mandatory Equipment:

• Eye Protection

• Ear Protection

• Appropriate Long Sleeve Shirt & Matching Pants

• Gloves

• Elbow Pads

• Knee Pads

• Ballistic Armor

• Tactical Vest

• Tactical Duty Gear

  o Hand Held Flashlight

  o Handcuff with Keys

  o Flexible Cuffs

  o Mirror

• Weapons

  o Handgun with 3 Magazines and 300 Rounds of Ammunition

  o Duty Belt, Magazine Pouches, and Holster for Handgun

  o Long Gun with Sling : Patrol/Entry Rifle with 3 Magazines and 1000 Rounds of Ammunition 

• Weapons Cleaning Equipment

• Boots (Two Pair)

• Pen/Pencil

• Pocket Note Pad

• Appropriate Clothing for Physical Activities








X2 & X26 Taser New User/ Re-Certification Course 



Date: October 24th, 2018 

Time: 8am - 5pm (New User) 8am - 12pm (Re-Cert)

8 TCOLE Hrs.

Tuition: $ 35.00

Instructor: Chief Stephen Carlisle 

Location: Roman Forest Police Department 

2430 Roman Forest Blvd. New Caney, TX





Student materials: Bring 3 Taser air cartridges for new certifications. Bring your Taser, holster, and belt if available.

This course is the X-2 and X-26 Taser User Certification. Bring 2 Taser cartridges for recertifications. Call ahead of time, if you do not have access to cartridges, to make special arraignments. Bring your Taser, holster, and belt if available. ABSOLUTELY NO NON TASER WEAPONS IN THE CLASSROOM.




Civilian Interaction Training


Date: November 19th, 2018 

Time: 9am - 11am  Registration Closed Class Full

Time : 1 pm-3pm  Registration Open Seats Available

​2 TCOLE Hrs.

Tuition: $ 25.00

Instructor: Lieutenant Jim Slack

Location: Roman Forest Police Department 

2430 Roman Forest Blvd. New Caney, TX




This is the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement mandated Civilian Interaction Training course offered for Texas Peace Officers.

In the wake of Sandra Bland’s in custody death in 2015, the Texas Legislature took action to train the driving public and peace officers in a first of a kind Civilian Interaction Training program in the United States.

This course is a required course to be completed no later than the second anniversary of the date the officer is licensed unless the officer completes the training as part of the officer’s basic training. A peace officer or reserve law enforcement officer who holds a license under Chapter 1701, Occupations Code, issued on or before January 1, 2018, shall complete a training program established under Section 1701.268, Occupations Code, as added by this Act, not later than January 1, 2020.












Field Training Officer (FTO) TCOLE #3702


Date December 3-5, 2018


Time: December 3 & 4, 8am - 5pm, December 5, 8am-1pm.


​20 TCOLE Hrs.


Tuition: $ 105.00


Instructor: Captain Dimitri Jasonis


Location: Roman Forest Police Department


2430 Roman Forest Blvd. New Caney, TX





This Field Instructor Officer course includes training in instructional techniques coaching and evaluation, remedial training and record keeping. The course is designed to provide training guidance and training aspects to future Field Training Officers in the area of law enforcement, including peace officers, jailers, telecommunication operators, correction officers, public service officers, etc. This course also introduces and teaches the student the History and Purpose of Field Training, Training Methodologies and Techniques, Counseling, the Evaluation Process, and the importance of Documentation. Each student must demonstrate (evaluated at the end of the course) the basic knowledge required to effectively apply all applications of the training. 








First Line Supervisor (New Supervisor) TCOLE #3737

Class Cancelled ​


Date: December 5-7, 2018


Time: December 5 , 1pm-5pm. December 6 & 7, 8am-5pm


20 TCOLE Hrs. 


Tuition: $95.00


Instructor: Chief Stephan Carlisle


Location: Roman Forest Police Department


2430 Roman Forest Blvd. New Caney, TX





This course is a TCOLE mandated for those individuals appointed to a law enforcement supervisory position either 1 year before or one year after appointed to a supervisory position. This course is designed to meet the TCOLE requirements for newly appointed Supervisor Course 3737. Topics will include: Role identification, Communications, Leadership styles, Counseling liability, Civil rights. First Line / Mid-management supervisors must take this class within 1 year of their promotion. The student will learn basic techniques for managing employees for increased performance, goal setting and team building.












​Civilian Interaction Training





Date: November 19th, 2018 



Time: 9am - 11am Registration Closed Class Full



Time : 1 pm-3pm Registration Open Seats Available



​2 TCOLE Hrs.



Tuition: $ 25.00



Instructor: Lieutenant Jim Slack



Location: Roman Forest Police Department 



2430 Roman Forest Blvd. New Caney, TX









This is the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement mandated Civilian Interaction Training course offered for Texas Peace Officers.



In the wake of Sandra Bland’s in custody death in 2015, the Texas Legislature took action to train the driving public and peace officers in a first of a kind Civilian Interaction Training program in the United States.



This course is a required course to be completed no later than the second anniversary of the date the officer is licensed unless the officer completes the training as part of the officer’s basic training. A peace officer or reserve law enforcement officer who holds a license under Chapter 1701, Occupations Code, issued on or before January 1, 2018, shall complete a training program established under Section 1701.268, Occupations Code, as added by this Act, not later than January 1, 2020.























1st Quarter January-March 2018


X2 & X26 Taser New User/ Re-Certification Course 
Date: January 10th, 2018 
Time: 8am - 5pm (New User) 8am - 12pm (Re-Cert)
8 TCOLE Hrs.
Tuition: $ 35.00
Instructor: Chief Stephen Carlisle 
Location: Roman Forest Police Department 
2430 Roman Forest Blvd. New Caney, TX

Student materials: Bring 3 Taser air cartridges for new certifications. Bring your Taser, holster, and belt if available.
This course is the X-2 and X-26 Taser User Certification. Bring 2 Taser cartridges for recertifications. Call ahead of time, if you do not have access to cartridges, to make special arraignments. Bring your Taser, holster, and belt if available. ABSOLUTELY NO NON TASER WEAPONS IN THE CLASSROOM.




Crime Prevention I ( Residential) – TGCCPA

Date: Monday, January 29, 2018 - Friday, February 2, 2018
Time: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Students will receive 40 Hours TCOLE after completion of this course. 
Tuition: Cost of class per student is $250.00, scholarship for Texas Gulf Coast CPA members, see TGCCPA board member or contact the Planner below for discount code.
Instructor: Bruce Paige
Location: Roman Forest Police Department 
2430 Roman Forest Blvd. New Caney, TX

*****Students need to bring laptop to class***** 

Details 

Crime Prevention I – TGCCPA January 29 – February 2, 2018
History and Principles of Crime Prevention, Concepts of Security, Security Alarms, Security Lighting, Locks, Doors, Windows, Glass, Closed Circuit Television (CCTV), Checks and Credit Cards, Shoplifting Awareness, Internal Theft Awareness, Robbery Awareness, Operation Identification, Neighborhood Watch Program Overview, Crime Stoppers Program Overview and home security inspections surveys to include Liabilities and Resources.
Participants receive hands-on training and will conduct a crime prevention home security inspection. Participants are introduced to the latest security technologies and industry security standards.
The course is open to all law enforcement agencies and their deputies/officers and/or civilian law enforcement employees or volunteers that support local community crime prevention and/or community policing community-based initiatives.

For questions and discount code for members, contact Bruce Paige membership@tcpa.org
To become a member of TGCCPA, go to http://www.tgccpa.org
 Click on CVENT & Membership Information and then click on CVENT




Crime Prevention II ( Commercial) – TGCCPA

Date: March 26 – 30, 2018
Time: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Students will receive 40 Hours TCOLE after completion of this course. 
Cost of class per student is $250.00, scholarship for Texas Gulf Coast CPA members, see TGCCPA board member or the Planner below for discount code
Tuition: Cost of class per student is $250.00, scholarship for Texas Gulf Coast CPA members, see TGCCPA board member or the Planner below for discount code.
Instructor: Bruce Paige
Location: Roman Forest Police Department
2430 Roman Forest Blvd.
Roman Forest, Texas 77357

*****Students need to bring laptop to class***** 

Details 


Problems, Bullying, Drug Awareness, Introduction to CPTED, Business Crime Prevention Survey, Safes, Loss Prevention and Shoplifting and Violence in the Work Place. This course will satisfy one of the three courses required for the Certified Crime Prevention Specialist designation and proficiency from TCOLE. Participants will receive hands-on training and will conduct a security/vulnerability assessment of commercial properties. The assessment will be conducted during the day as well as at night. Participants are also introduced to the latest security technologies and industry security standards. Participants will further be required to research, develop and present a community oriented public safety briefing/presentation designed to develop Public Speaking skills and deliveries essential to Crime Prevention. This course is open to all employees of law enforcement agencies, crime prevention security practitioners as well as volunteers that support local community crime prevention.


For questions and discount code for members, contact Bruce Paige membership@tcpa.org
To become a member of TGCCPA, go to http://www.tgccpa.org
 Click on CVENT & Membership Information and then click on CVENT



Patrol Rifle Course, TCOLE #3322
Date: February 12th-13th 2018
Time: 8 A.M.-6 P.M. both days
20 TCOLE Hrs. 
Tuition: $105.00
Instructor: Lieutenant Eddie Hernandez
Location: Trinity Armory Inc. 
2152 County Rd 388, Cleveland, TX

Student Materials: Pistol rifle cleaning kit, eye protection, electronic ear protection, body armor or plate carrier with armor inserts, knee and elbow pads (optional), operator gloves, note taking material. 

This two-day live-fire course is designed to build upon the basic sixteen-hour rifle course and test the students' shooting abilities and decision-making skills. Officers will become familiar with the types of situations that may require the use of a rifle and learn how to effectively deploy it. This course consists of classroom lecture and a live-fire course. Each student must be a licensed peace officer through TCOLE and must be covered by their respective departments insurance or worker's compensation plan. Sixteen hours of TCOLE credit will be given at the completion of this course.
Patrol Rifle with 500 rounds and handgun with 150 rounds required.




2nd Quarter May-June 2018


CPTED (CPIII) – TGCCPA (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design)


Date: Monday, May 7, 2018 - Wednesday, May 9, 2018
Time: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Students will receive 24 Hours TCOLE credit after completion of this course.
Tuition: Cost of class per student is $250.00, scholarship for Texas Gulf Coast CPA members, see TGCCPA board member for discount code.
Instructor: Bruce Paige
Location: Roman Forest Police Department
2430 Roman Forest Blvd.
Roman Forest, Texas 77357


*****Students need to bring laptop to class***** 

Details 

Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) is one of the most requested topics for law enforcement personnel today. This course looks at environmental design and usage from several perspectives. Those include the initial physical design of the building which is helpful to those who are currently planning to build an individual building or an entire campus. It looks at more in-depth detail that can be done with structures that are already built where, for nominal investments of time and costs, end-uses will have a much safer surrounding. The effects of lighting, landscaping, routine maintenance, fences, locks and similar items are reviewed for the most appropriate and effective placement, design and use. Finally, the course looks at how activities can be moved, or how seating, planters, and similar items of decoration can be utilized to alter usage to that which is more in line with what owners, users and law enforcement personnel desire.

There is no student print manual. The course material will be downloaded on to the student's flash drive that will be provided by South Texas Crime Prevention Association. Students should bring their lap-tops to view the course material and to work on their class project. A printer will be available to print class project materials. 


For questions and discount code for members, contact Bruce Paige membership@tcpa.org
To become a member of TGCCPA, go to http://www.tgccpa.org
Click on CVENT & Membership Information and then click on CVENT






BASIC S.W.A.T. COURSE (TCOLE #3301)
Date: April 9th-14th, 2018
Time: 9am-9pm 12 hour days
60 TCOLE Hrs.
Tuition: $630.00
Instructor: AWATT
Location: Trinity Armory, 2152 County Rd 388, Cleveland, TX

Basic Special Weapons And Tactics (SWAT) training provides new SWAT officers the opportunity to learn basic tactical operations theory and develop a level of proficiency in common SWAT operations. The course provides participants with a solid understanding of basic SWAT concepts and operations.
Mandatory Equipment:
• Eye Protection
• Ear Protection
• Appropriate Long Sleeve Shirt & Matching Pants
• Gloves
• Elbow Pads
• Knee Pads
• Ballistic Armor
• Tactical Vest
• Tactical Duty Gear
  o Hand Held Flashlight
  o Handcuff with Keys
  o Flexible Cuffs
  o Mirror
• Weapons
  o Handgun with 3 Magazines and 300 Rounds of Ammunition
  o Duty Belt, Magazine Pouches, and Holster for Handgun
  o Long Gun with Sling : Patrol/Entry Rifle with 3 Magazines and 1000 Rounds of Ammunition 
• Weapons Cleaning Equipment
• Boots (Two Pair)
• Pen/Pencil
• Pocket Note Pad
• Appropriate Clothing for Physical Activities






Advanced Instructor Course, TCOLE #1017

​Date: June 18th-22nd , 2018

​Time: 8:00 A.M. -5 P.M. 

​40 TCOLE Hours

​Tuition: $175.00

Instructor: Chief Stephen Carlisle

​Location: Roman Forest Police Department 

​2430 Roman Forest Blvd. New Caney, TX


The Advanced Instructor Course is professional skill development training for peace officers seeking a TCOLE Advanced Instructor Certificate. During the course, law enforcement officers will be taught advance theories about the learning process. They will receive advanced practice for writing learning objectives and developing teaching materials and lesson plans. This is an intense and time consuming course. This five day in classroom course meets the requirements for advanced instructor proficiency state certification.




































                                                                  4th Quarter October-December 2017


Less -Lethal Instructor Course
Date: November 13th-16th , 2017 
Day one begin 9:00 A.M. , Day two, three and four begin 8:00 A.M.
32 TCOLE Hours
Tuition: $ New Certification $795.00, Re-Certification $595.00
Instructor: John Boniscavage
Location: Trinity Armory
2152 CR 388 Cleveland, TX 77328 


Student Materials: Eye & Ear Protection, Pen& Paper, Gas mask W/appropriate filter * Foul Weather Gear.
Glasses (if you wear contacts)
Gloves ( leather, nomex, Kevlar or a combination)
Towel and/or change of clothes (for OC contamination & CS exposure drills)

Personal Attire: Long pants (absolutely NO SHORTS)
Closed toed footwear
Long /short sleeved shirts (no sleeveless shirts) Ball Cap-suggested

This instructor level course covers the entire line of munitions manufactured by AMTEC Less-Lethal Systems, INC. Upon graduation, students will be certified to train others within their department as end users in the deployment and use of OC aerosols, kinetic energy impact projectiles, chemical agents, noise/flash diversionary devices and stun munitions.

To Register, please contact: AMTEC Less-Lethal Systems, INC.
Office (850) 223-4066 Fax (850) 223-1911 www.lesslethal.com






Patrol Rifle Course, TCOLE #3322
Date: December 4th-5th, 2017
Time: December 4th, 8am-6pm / December 5th, 8am-6pm
20 TCOLE Hrs. 
Tuition: $105.00
Instructor: Lieutenant Eddie Hernandez
Location: Trinity Armory Inc. 
2152 County Rd 388, Cleveland, TX

Student Materials: Pistol rifle cleaning kit, eye protection, electronic ear protection, body armor or plate carrier with armor inserts, knee and elbow pads (optional), operator gloves, note taking material. 

This two-day live-fire course is designed to build upon the basic sixteen-hour rifle course and test the students' shooting abilities and decision-making skills. Officers will become familiar with the types of situations that may require the use of a rifle and learn how to effectively deploy it. This course consists of classroom lecture and a live-fire course. Each student must be a licensed peace officer through TCOLE and must be covered by their respective departments insurance or worker's compensation plan. 20 hours of TCOLE credit will be given at the completion of this course.
Patrol Rifle with 500 rounds and handgun with 150 rounds required.



Basic Instructor Course, TCOLE #1014
Date: December 18th-22nd, 2017
Time: 8:00 A.M. -5 P.M. 
40 TCOLE Hours
Tuition: $175.00
Instructor: Chief Stephen Carlisle
Location: Roman Forest Police Department 
2430 Roman Forest Blvd. New Caney, TX

This five day in classroom course meets the requirements for basic instructor proficiency state certification. 




​1st Quarter January - March 2017

X2 & X26 Taser New User/ Re-Certification Course 
Date: January 26, 2017 
Time: 8am - 5pm (New User) 8am - 12pm (Re-Cert)
8 TCOLE Hrs.
Tuition: $ 35.00
Instructor: Chief Stephen Carlisle 
Location: Roman Forest Police Department 
2430 Roman Forest Blvd. New Caney, TX

Student materials: Bring 3 Taser air cartridges for new certifications. Bring your Taser, holster, and belt if available.
This course is the X-2 and X-26 Taser User Certification. Bring 2 Taser cartridges for recertifications. Call ahead of time, if you do not have access to cartridges, to make special arraignments. Bring your Taser, holster, and belt if available. ABSOLUTELY NO NON TASER WEAPONS IN THE CLASSROOM.



X2 & X26 Taser Re-Certification Course 
Date: February 20, 2017 
Time: 1pm - 4pm (New User) 8am - 12pm (Re-Cert)
3 TCOLE Hrs.
Tuition: $ 35.00
Instructor: Chief Stephen Carlisle 
Location: Roman Forest Police Department 
2430 Roman Forest Blvd. New Caney, TX

Student materials: Bring 2 Taser air cartridges for recertification. Bring your Taser, holster, and belt if available.
This course is the X-2 and X-26 Taser User Re-Certification. Call ahead of time, if you do not have access to cartridges, to make special arraignments. ABSOLUTELY NO NON TASER WEAPONS IN THE CLASSROOM.


Field Training Officer (FTO) TCOLE #3702
Date: March 27-29, 2017
Time: March 27 & 28, 9am - 5pm, March 29, 8am-12pm.
​24 TCOLE Hrs.
Tuition: $ 105.00
Instructor: Chief Stephen Carlisle
Location: Roman Forest Police Department
2430 Roman Forest Blvd. New Caney, TX

This Field Instructor Officer course includes training in instructional techniques coaching and evaluation, remedial training and record keeping. The course is designed to provide training guidance and training aspects to future Field Training Officers in the area of law enforcement, including peace officers, jailers, telecommunication operators, correction officers, public service officers, etc. This course also introduces and teaches the student the History and Purpose of Field Training, Training Methodologies and Techniques, Counseling, the Evaluation Process, and the importance of Documentation. Each student must demonstrate (evaluated at the end of the course) the basic knowledge required to effectively apply all applications of the training. 


​First Line Supervisor (New Supervisor) TCOLE #3737
Date: March 29-31, 2017
Time: March 29, 1pm-5pm. March 30 & 31, 9am-5pm
20 TCOLE Hrs. 
Tuition: $95.00
Instructor: Chief Stephan Carlisle
Location: Roman Forest Police Department
2430 Roman Forest Blvd. New Caney, TX

This course is a TCOLE mandated for those individuals appointed to a law enforcement supervisory position either 1 year before or one year after appointed to a supervisory position. This course is designed to meet the TCOLE requirements for newly appointed Supervisor Course 3737. Topics will include: Role identification, Communications, Leadership styles, Counseling liability, Civil rights. First Line / Mid-management supervisors must take this class within 1 year of their promotion. The student will learn basic techniques for managing employees for increased performance, goal setting and team building. 


2nd Quarter April - June 2017

​Patrol Rifle Course, TCOLE #3322
Date: April 28-29, 2017
Time: April 28, 8am-6pm / April 29, 12pm- 10pm
20 TCOLE Hrs. 
Tuition: $105.00
Instructor: Kirk Bonsal
Location: Trinity Armory Inc. 
2152 County Rd 388, Cleveland, TX

This two-day live-fire course is designed to build upon the basic sixteen-hour rifle course and test the students' shooting abilities and decision-making skills. Officers will become familiar with the types of situations that may require the use of a rifle and learn how to effectively deploy it. This course consists of classroom lecture and a live-fire course. Each student must be a licensed peace officer through TCOLE and must be covered by their respective departments insurance or worker's compensation plan. Sixteen hours of TCOLE credit will be given at the completion of this course.​
Patrol Rifle with 500 rounds and handgun with 150 rounds required.


BASIC S.W.A.T. COURSE (TCOLE #3301)
Date: May 2-7, 2017
Time: 7am-7pm
60 TCOLE Hrs.
Tuition: $630.00
Instructor: AWATT
Location: Trinity Armory, 2152 County Rd 388, Cleveland, TX

Basic Special Weapons And Tactics (SWAT) training provides new SWAT officers the opportunity to learn basic tactical operations theory and develop a level of proficiency in common SWAT operations. The course provides participants with a solid understanding of basic SWAT concepts and operations.
Mandatory Equipment:
• Eye Protection
• Ear Protection
• Appropriate Long Sleeve Shirt & Matching Pants
• Gloves
• Elbow Pads
• Knee Pads
• Ballistic Armor
• Tactical Vest
• Tactical Duty Gear
    o Hand Held Flashlight
    o Handcuff with Keys
    o Flexible Cuffs
    o Mirror
• Weapons
    o Handgun with 3 Magazines and 300 Rounds of Ammunition
    o Duty Belt, Magazine Pouches, and Holster for Handgun
    o Long Gun with Sling: Patrol/Tactical Shotgun or Patrol/Entry Rifle with 3 Magazines and 250 Rounds of Ammunition (50 Slug Rounds, 200 Buckshot Rounds)
• Weapons Cleaning Equipment
• Boots (Two Pair)
• Pen/Pencil
• Pocket Note Pad
• Appropriate Clothing for Physical Activities


Crime Scene Investigation (Intermediate) TCOLE #2106
Date: June 6-9, 2017
Time: 9am -5pm
36 TCOLE Hrs.
Tuition: $140.00
Instructor: Kirk Bonsal
Location: 2430 Roman Forest Blvd. New Caney, TX 

Proper crime scene investigation, evidence collection, and documentation are key components to any criminal investigation. This course provides participants with information, techniques, and methods for conducting investigations ranging from general crime scene investigations to death investigations. Course instruction is through lecture and case review with emphasis on practical application.​


ICS 300/400, 
ICS 300: Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents for Operational First Responders
ICS 400: Advanced ICS for Command and General Staff
Date: June 19-23, 2017
TCOLE Hrs.
Tuition: $ 175.00
Instructor: Chief Shannon Sharp
Location: 2430 Roman Forest Blvd. New Caney, TX 

​This will be a class containing both the class room only FEMA courses ICS 300 and ICS 400 which are required for supervisors. Prerequisites are:
 •E0300
•IS0100.b
•IS0200.b
•IS0700.a
•IS0800.b








              3rd Quarter July-September 2018



85TH Legal Update Course TCOLE # 3185


Date August 29th , 2018 2 P.M.-5 PM.
3 TCOLE HRS
Tuition: $10.00
Instructor: Sergeant Jim Slack
Location: 2430 Roman Forest Blvd. New Caney, TX 

TCOLE State Mandated class covering the significant changes in the laws from the 85th Texas Legislature.








ICS 400 Course
Cancelled
ICS 400: Advanced ICS for Command and General Staff
Date: July 18-20, 2018
TCOLE Hrs.
Tuition: $ 175.00
Instructor: Chief Shannon Sharp
Location: 2430 Roman Forest Blvd. New Caney, TX 

​This will be the class room only FEMA course ICS 400 which are required for supervisors. Prerequisites are:

​•E0300
•IS0100.b
•IS0200.b
•IS0700.a
•IS0800.b




Active Shooter Level I 




Class Information & Details
Course Active Shooter Level I 
Dates Tue Jul 24 - 25 (2018) 
Location New Caney, TX 
Hosting Agency 
New Caney ISD PD (TX) 

Point of Contact 
Gloria Jimenez, (832)319-9258, gjimenez@newcaneyisd.org 



Funding -- 
Description 
Active Shooter Level I
Time: (16 hours/2 days)
Class Size: Minimum of 24 and max of 30 students per class, from multiple agencies

Prerequisite: Sworn law enforcement officers only

Required Equipment: Good attitude, open mind, pen and paper, duty gear, body armor, groin protection, and appropriate clothing for "force-on-force" training (i.e. long sleeve shirt, gloves, etc.) Head, eye, and throat protection will be provided by ALERRT

​Description: This dynamic course of instruction is designed to prepare the first responder to isolate, distract, and neutralize an active shooter. This course will cover shooting and moving, threshold evaluation, concepts and principles of team movement, setting up for and room entry techniques, approach and breaching the crisis site, secondary responder tactics, improvised explosive devices, and post engagement priorities of work. The course will culminate with dynamic force‑on‑force scenarios.


Thank you for your interest in ALERRT courses. Online registration is not available for this class. Registration is being handled by the host agency. Please contact the POC listed above to see if space is available. 











X2 & X26 Taser New User/ Re-Certification Course 

Date: July 26th, 2018 
Time: 9am - 5pm (New User) 9am - 1pm (Re-Cert)
8 TCOLE Hrs.
Tuition: $ 35.00
Instructor: Chief Stephen Carlisle 
Location: Roman Forest Police Department 
2430 Roman Forest Blvd. New Caney, TX

​Student materials: Bring 3 Taser air cartridges for new certifications. Bring your Taser, holster, and belt if available.

​This course is the X-2 and X-26 Taser User Certification. Bring 2 Taser cartridges for recertifications. Call ahead of time, if you do not have access to cartridges, to make special arraignments. Bring your Taser, holster, and belt if available. ABSOLUTELY NO NON TASER WEAPONS IN THE CLASSROOM.





Active Shooter Level I 

Class Information & Details
Course Active Shooter Level I 
Dates Thu Jul 26 - 27 (2018) 
Location New Caney, TX 
Hosting Agency 
New Caney ISD PD (TX) 

​Point of Contact 
Gloria Jimenez, (832)319-9258, gjimenez@newcaneyisd.org 

Funding -- 
Description 
Active Shooter Level I
Time: (16 hours/2 days)
Class Size: Minimum of 24 and max of 30 students per class, from multiple agencies

Prerequisite: Sworn law enforcement officers only

Required Equipment: Good attitude, open mind, pen and paper, duty gear, body armor, groin protection, and appropriate clothing for "force-on-force" training (i.e. long sleeve shirt, gloves, etc.) Head, eye, and throat protection will be provided by ALERRT

​Description: This dynamic course of instruction is designed to prepare the first responder to isolate, distract, and neutralize an active shooter. This course will cover shooting and moving, threshold evaluation, concepts and principles of team movement, setting up for and room entry techniques, approach and breaching the crisis site, secondary responder tactics, improvised explosive devices, and post engagement priorities of work. The course will culminate with dynamic force‑on‑force scenarios.


Thank you for your interest in ALERRT courses. Online registration is not available for this class. Registration is being handled by the host agency. Please contact the POC listed above to see if space is available. 





SAFVIC (3 Day)

​The SAFVIC Program recognized the widespread prevalence of human trafficking and the need for law enforcement training to investigate human trafficking, create awareness, and assist victims of this crime. The 8-hour SAFVIC – Human Trafficking curriculum satisfies the TCOLE mandated training courses Human Trafficking (TCOLE #3270) and Advanced Human Trafficking (TCOLE #3271).

The SAFVIC – Human Trafficking course educates Texas Peace Officers on:

​• Statistics & History of Human Trafficking

• Dynamics of Foreign and Domestic Human Trafficking

• Federal and State Laws

• Understanding Victims & Safety Planning

• Human Trafficking Investigative Techniques

• Prosecution of Human Trafficking Cases

• Resources for Victims of Human Trafficking

​Date: Monday, August 06, 2018 - Wednesday, August 08, 2018
Time: 08:00 - 17:00
Location: 

Infinity Early College High School - Porter, TX

26751 Sorters Rd
Porter TX

To register click this link https://www.safvic.org/
Reg Deadline: Monday, July 30, 2018
Fee: FREE

​This 24-hour course is designed to provide law enforcement officers around the state with the tools they need to effectively investigate and prevent sexual assault and family violence.

​Additional Comments: 

SAFVIC Instructor: Jim Koca



SAFVIC - Human Trafficking

​This 8-hour course is designed to provide law enforcement officers around the state with the tools they need to effectively recognize, respond to, and investigate human trafficking.

​Date: Thursday, August 09, 2018 - Thursday, August 09, 2018
Time: 08:00 - 17:00
Location: 
Infinity Early College High School - Porter, TX

26751 Sorters Rd.
Porter TX
To register click this link https://www.safvic.org/
Reg Deadline: Monday, July 30, 2018
Fee: FREE

Additional Comments: 

SAFVIC Instructor: Jim Koca