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The three day training will provide attendees with a solid foundation of Crime Prevention knowledge and the resources and network contacts to continue their study after the training. The training is open to Crime Prevention or Police Officers, Crime Prevention Specialists, Community Service Officers, School Resource Officers, Unit Supervisors, Neighborhood Watch Coordinators, Loss Prevention Managers and Security Professionals.
Three Course Outline:
Goal- To Provide basic Crime Prevention skills and knowledge.
Objective- Attendees will be knowledgable in 16 core subjects covering 18 areas of Crime Prevention.
The three day training will cover the following 18 subjects from our 300 page curriculum with Power Point Presentation for each subject. Attendees will also be given a study guide for each subject after it has been presented in class.
*History of Crime Prevention
*Three Lines of Defense and Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED)
*Crimes against the Elderly
*Lighting for Security
*Multi-Housing Crime Prevention
*Rural and Construction Site Crime Prevention
Attendees will take a 200 question test at the end of the course and must obtain a 75% or better to pass the course and obtain their designation of International Crime Prevention Specialist (ICPS). The designation is for life as long as their membership to the ISCPP is renewed each year ($35.00).
Additionally includes the 2-Day Symposium
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