Police Training Institute
On January 1, 2001, Police Training Institute proudly joins the Butler County, Ohio Joint Vocational School District. In an effort to maximize our ability to provide the highest quality advanced police training opportunities, this merger brings us into a governmental entiity and will make available 24 hour operations. In the near future, we will be able to offer: F.A.T.S.; skid car and pad; Confined Space Training Simulator; and a feasibility study is being conducted toward the possible construction of a 3.1 million dollar indoor firing range. Under the direction of Superintendent Joseph L. Lupo (a sworn police officer), a commitment has been made to continue the efforts of Police Training Institute, Inc.
The two driving simulators are in and will be available to law enforcement agencies beginning at 8:00AM on May 1, 2001. Reservations are on a first-come basis, with a three hour minimum) and the instructor is an additional $35.00 per hour.
Police Training Institute, is based in Hamilton, Ohio, just north of Cincinnati on the campus of D. Russel Lee Career Center, a division of the Butler County, Ohio Joint Vocational School District, and is made up of twenty-nine (29) member law enforcement agencies from Ohio and Kentucky. Originally formed in 1990, PTI has trained more than 2,700 law enforcement officers from seventeen states including federal, state, county and municipal officers.
GENERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT TOPICS
Hazardous Material Response for Police 8 hours
This one day class is mandated training by OSHA. It is conducted by a working police chief who addresses issues which face law enforcement officers on a daily basis. Topics of discussion include: inner and outer perimeters; handling the media; identifying threat levels; establishing and operating a command center; multi-juridictional issues; and dealing with fire and EMS personnel. Featured are the BASF explosion, Oklahoma City bombing, and other disasters.
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