Self-Governance Communication & Education Tribal Consortium

Free Training Event: Tribal Community Policing Partnerships

Regional Collaboration to Embrace, Engage, and Sustain Tribal Community Policing Partnerships

Host Agency:  New Mexico DPS Training & Recruiting Division

Dates: July 23-24, 2019

Time: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Where: New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy, 4491 S. Cerrillos Rd. Santa Fe, NM 87507

What is this training about?  This course is designed to create, expand, and sustain community-policing initiatives across Indian country.  The course provides initial awareness-level training to participants who serve as representatives for their community/region by exploring issues, problems, resources, and existing initiatives that are needed within their region.

The course consists of topics including:  Principles of Community Policing, Emotional Intelligence, Cultural and Tribal Sovereignty, Problem Solving, Regional Collaborative Partnerships, MOU/MOA Agreements, Stakeholders, and Law: PL-638 and PL-280. The course will provide participants with a basic understanding of the information and structure needed to begin regional Tribal collaboration between multiple sectors, jurisdictions, regions, and states.  The course also provides participants with an understanding of how to build relationships and cooperative capabilities with specific instruction in partnerships/team building and applicable organizational transformation.

Who should attend?  The target audience for this program are Tribal and non-Tribal participants representing a broad spectrum of Tribal, Federal, State, and local jurisdictions within a region, including the following established disciplines:

  • Law enforcement
  • Emergency medical services
  • Fire services
  • Hazardous materials
  • Public works
  • Government administration
  • Public safety communications
  • Medical/health care
  • Education
  • Public works

Cost: Tuition is Free.  Students are responsible for their own travel, meals and lodging; however, if assistance for travel, meals, and lodging are needed, costs can be submitted through the CRI-TAC: https://www.theiacp.org/projects/collaborative-reform-initiative-technical-assistance-center-cri-tac

To Register: Email attendee name, attendee title, agency name, attendee e-mail address, phone number and badge/personnel number to IADLEST Program Manager Mark Damitio at markdamitio@iadlest.org . Confirmation, agenda and workshop information will be provided following registration.