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Dirigo Safety, LLC will be hosting a law enforcement hiring event at our home office in Auburn. Meet representatives from departments throughout state looking to hire new police and correction officers.
DON'T MISS OUT ON THIS GREAT OPPORTUNITY!
Maine's accidental overdose rate is killing approximately 1 person per day. Jermaine has created a course to educate workers (including law enforcement officers, prosecutors, probation, correction and education professionals) on the current trends of drug use and culture. This is important for all involved in prevention, education, treatment, or enforcement to understand these sweeping changes in drug culture.
This seven-hour training course covers: drug trends, concealment, paraphernalia, OTC drugs, synthetic and opioid drugs, drug dangers for first responders, marijuana products, wax and oils, alcohol social networking sites, E-cigarettes, vaping and juuling, as well as other drug and alcohol topics of interest for public professionals.
To date, Jermaine Galloway has trained more than 300,000 people across the United States and Internationally. He has conducted more than 1,000 community scans at a variety of local and national including, retail stores, festivals, housing areas, schools and universities. With the help of his wife, Officer Galloway created Northwest Alcohol Conference.
DETAILED DEBRIEF OF THE SAN BERNARDINO TERRORIST ATTACK IN 2015 AND OVERVIEW OF MASS SHOOTINGS INVESTIGATIONS
Mass shootings are becoming more frequent across the United States and it is imperative law enforcement and first responders are armed with the knowledge to respond to such incidents. This training is designed to give law enforcement officers and other criminal justice professionals an overview of the challenges and intricacies of responding to and investigating mass shooting incidents.
Instructor, Retired Detective Sergeant Robert “Sully” Sullivan, of the San Bernardino Police Department, will give a first-hand account and in-depth overview of the December 2nd, 2015, terrorism motivated mass shooting at the Inland Regional Center, in San Bernardino, California. This horrific terrorist attack left 14 people dead and 21 others wounded. Sully hopes to best prepare other law enforcement officers by sharing his experiences as a first responder on that tragic day. Sully served at the San Bernardino Police Department for close to 24 years, most recently as the Detective Sergeant of the Homicide Division.
Upon completion of this training, students will be able to supplement their own existing active shooter training to better respond, save innocent lives and successfully investigate mass shooting incidents.
October 21, 2019 8:00-4:00pm
Dirigo Safety, LLC
225 First Flight Dr.
THIS IS A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY FOR MAINE LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS. SIGN UP NOW!
Host a class at your agency and save big! For each class your department hosts, two officer can attend the course for FREE.
No problem. At Dirigo Safety, LLC headquarters, we offer at training room that can accommodate up to 42 participants. When you take a class at headquarters, lunch is provided.
We are partners with the Maine Bureau of Highway Safety in delivering Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor (TSRP) services in the State. Additionally, we partner with the Bureau to provide Law Enforcement Liaison (LEL) Services to the State. We provide administrative services to the bureau for the Maine State Judicial outreach liaison.
Dirigo Safety, LLC partners with the Maine Criminal Justice Academy in providing lesson plan writing services for their Basic Law Enforcement Training Program.
Dirigo Safety is a contractor for the Maine Center for Disease Control providing administrative oversight of their grant funding for the Enforcement of Underage Drinking Laws (EUDL) program. This includes outreach and recruitment of law enforcement agencies to implement EUDL strategies, data analysis, training, facilitation of funding and general oversight of the program.
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