The Hoover Group of Reno uses associates as well as adjunct instructors to offer quality instruction in various contemporary law enforcement topics. Each instructor has practical experience and academic training in the areas that they teach. Classes typically range from 3-5 days depending upon the complexity of the subject. We use adult-learning strategies in all of our training, which enhances the student’s learning experience both practically and intellectually.
March 29-April 2, 2021: Basic 40-hour PTO Class. Pueblo P.D., Pueblo, CO. (open to Pueblo region only).
May 17-21, 2021: Basic 40-hour PTO Class. University of Colorado P.D., Boulder, CO.
April 19–23, 2021: Basic 40-hour PTO Class, Leawood, KS.
Taught by Leawood instructors.
Contact: Sgt. David Winders
Limited class size – 15 spaces total
President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing Recommends PTO
5.13.1 Action Item: The U.S. Department of Justice should support the development of broad Field Training Program standards and training strategies that address changing police culture and organizational procedural justice issues that agencies can adopt and customize to local needs.
A potential model for this is the Police Training Officer program developed by the COPS Office in collaboration with PERF and the Reno (Nevada) Police Department. This problem-based learning strategy used adult learning theory and problem solving tools to encourage new officers to think with a proactive mindset, enabling the identification of and solution to problems within their communities.
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