One of our regular readers, Officer Brian Kanicki, is teaching several crime prevention specialist classes in Michigan throughout 2012. The classes include:
CRIME PREVENTION INITIATIVES FOR BUSINESSES
March 23, 2012
Participants in this seminar will learn how to work with businesses to: Develop a mutually beneficial partnership; Identify & Implement crime prevention initiatives to deal with theft frauds, identity theft, and vandalism; Reduce or eliminate workplace violence, and Understand specific security issues through security surveys.
RESIDENTIAL CRIME PREVENTION
April 27, 2012
One of the best crime prevention initiatives for reducing crime, the perception of crime, and improving the overall quality of life in a community is the development of partnerships between law abiding citizens and their police department. Participants in this one day seminar will learn about proven residential safety programs and how to implement them, basic crime prevention strategies, residential security issues, and the tools necessary to return to their communities and make an immediate impact.
OVERVIEW OF CRIME PREVENTION THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN
June 1, 2012
This one day overview will provide attendees with the basic concepts and principles of Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED). Participants will learn how CPTED can be applied to provide useful risk assessments and security surveys throughout their communities.
CRIME PREVENTION STRATEGIES FOR EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES
August 16, 2012
This course will offer participants a best practices approach for working with Schools, Day Cares and other educational facilities. Attendees will learn about lockdown procedures for violence within and outside facilities, steps for dealing with bomb threats, large event security, access control, Crime reporting and the training of facility employees.
CRIME PREVENTION FOR RELIGIOUS INSTITUTIONS
October 5, 2012
Topics to be covered include; Developing Emergency Procedures, Preventive Measures and Programs, Theft, Embezzlement & Vandalism, Hiring Procedures, Access Control, and Safety and Welfare of Children.
Contact the Law Enforcement Officers Regional Training Commission at (810) 232-2654 for more information.