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Attending the Academy
*** IMPORTANT INFORMATION ***
Important Info
NOTE:  Open and read this document Acceptance Letter

Basic Police
Student Check List
  • Review and bring Student Rules and Regulations.
  • Arrive at the academy dorms (Building "E") at 4:00 p.m. the Sunday prior to class starting. 
  • Parking is available only in designated "student parking" areas. (Map inside cover of Student Rules and Regulations.)
  • Bring a field notebook.
  • Bring a CD for report writing.
  • Bring four navy blue cotton or cotton blend t-shirts, no pockets, no logos, two extra white crew neck t-shirts, without logos or writing on them, dark blue or black sweatpants, running shorts, and two pair of running shoes (one pair for outdoor running and one pair of new athletic or wrestling shoe with non marking soles, only to be worn in the skills venue) and a water bottle. Bring raingear for inclement weather.
  • Bring personal items such as soap, towels, and bathrobes; refer to Student Rules and Regulations.
  • Bring duty weapon & firearm cleaning supplies, ballistic vest, leather/nylon gear and magazines/speed loaders, handcuffs, handcuff key, handcuff case, flashlight and baton.  Be sure your equipment is in good working order.
  • Weapons storage; refer to Student Rules and Regulations    
  • Personal laptop computers may be brought to the Academy.
  • Student Emergency Data Sheet.
  • Bring dress uniform.
  • Optional gear for range: knee pads, rain gear, gloves etc.

Optional Training
In addition to the required 640 hour Basic Police Course, DPSST offers voluntary classes after hours for officers/deputies attending the academy.  This allows us to provide additional training for the students to sharpen skills that they learn while at DPSST.  Listed below are the topics that we offer and the number of associated hours:
 
  • Incident Command System 100, 200, 700, 800 Training: 12 Hours (web- based training, .3 CEU's per class)
  • Hazardous Materials Awareness Training: 8 Hours (web-based training, non-credit class) 
  • Radar: 8 Hours
  • Lidar: 4 Hours
  • AHA First Responder: 6 Hours
 
These classes are voluntary and are not required for certification.  F-6 forms are provided at the training so students may receive topical credit, but otherwise student attendance is not taken.  Since there may be contractual and overtime issues for your agency, we request that you fill out the attached form so that we know you are fully aware of your officer/deputy’s workload during their time at DPSST.  DPSST will not allow students to participate in optional training without a signed copy of the Optional Training Release Form.

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Documents that must be reviewed and/or completed to attend training.
 

Basic Corrections
Student Check List
  • Review and bring Student Rules and Regulations.
  • Arrive at the academy dorms (Building "E") at 4:00 p.m. the Sunday prior to class starting.
  • Parking is available only in designated "student parking" areas. (Map inside cover of Student Rules and Regulations.)
  • Bring a field notebook.
  • Bring a CD for report writing.
  • Bring a copy of the Oregon Jail Standards.
  • Bring four navy blue cotton or cotton blend t-shirts, no pockets, no logos, two extra white crew neck t-shirts, without logos or writing on them, dark blue or black sweatpants, running shorts, and two pair of running shoes (one pair for outdoor running and one pair of new athletic or wrestling shoe with non marking soles, only to be worn in the skills venue) and a water bottle. Bring raingear for inclement weather.
  • Bring personal items such as soap, towels, and bathrobes; refer to Student Rules and Regulations 
  • Bring duty weapon & firearm cleaning supplies, ballistic vest, leather/nylon gear and magazines/speed loaders, handcuffs, handcuff key, handcuff case, flashlight and baton.  Be sure your equipment is in good working order.
  • Weapons storage; refer to Student Rules and Regulations 
  • Personal laptop computers may be brought to the Academy.
  • County Corrections officers bring duty weapons.  DPSST will provide weapons to DOC students.
  • Student Emergency Data Sheet.
  • Bring dress uniform.
  • Optional gear for range: knee pads, rain gear, gloves, etc.
 

Optional Training
In addition to the required 200 hour Basic Corrections Course, DPSST offers voluntary classes for officers/deputies attending the academy.  This allows us to provide additional training for students to sharpen skills that they learn while at DPSST.  Listed below are the topics that we offer and the number of associated hours:
 
  • Incident Command System 100, 200, 700, 800 Training: 12 Hours (web- based training, .3 CEU's per class) 
  • Hazardous Materials Awareness Training: 8 Hours (web-based training, non-credit class) 
  • AHA First Responder: 6 hours
 
These classes are voluntary and are not required for certification.  F-6 forms are provided at the training so students may receive topical credit, but otherwise student attendance is not taken.  Since there may be contractual and overtime issues for your agency, we request that you fill out the attached form so that we know you are fully aware of your officer/deputy’s workload during their time at DPSST.  DPSST will not allow students to participate in optional training without a signed copy of the Optional Training Release Form.
 

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Documents that must be reviewed and/or completed to attend training.

Parole and Probation
Student Check List
  • Review and bring Student Rules and Regulations.
  • Arrive at the academy dorms (Building "E") at 4:00 p.m. the Sunday prior to class starting.  
  • Parking is available only in designated "student parking" areas. (Map inside cover of Student Rules and Regulations.)
  • Bring handcuffs, handcuff key and handcuff case.
  • Bring four navy blue cotton or cotton blend t-shirts, no pockets, no logos,dark blue or black sweatpants, and two pair of running shoes (one pair for outdoor running and one pair of new athletic or wrestling shoe with non marking soles, only to be worn in the skills venue), two extra white crew neck t-shirts, without logos or writing on them, and a water bottle for Physical Fitness classes.
  • Bring personal items such as soap, towels, and bathrobes; refer to Student Rules and Regulations.
  • Weapons storage; refer to Student Rules and Regulations.
  • Optional gear for range: knee pads, rain gear, gloves, etc.
  • Student Emergency Data Sheet.
  • If attending the firearms course: Department issued weapon, three magazines, magazine holder, ballistic vest, tactical flashlight, pants w/belt loops and large pockets (i.e. BDU's) NO AMMO.
 

Optional Training
In addition to the required 160 hour Basic Parole & Probation course, DPSST offters voluntary classes for officers/deputies attending the academy. This allows us to provide additional training for students to sharpen their skills that they learn while at DPSST. Listed below are the topics that we offer for Parole and Probation students and the number of associated hours:
 
  • Outlaw Motorcycle Club Overview: 2 hours
  • Professional Boundaries: 2 hours
  • AHA First Responder: 6 hours
 
These classes are voluntary and are not required for certification. F-6 forms are provided at the training so students may receive topical credit, but otherwise student attendance is not taken. Since there may be contractual and overtime issues for your agency, we request that you fill out the attached form so that we know you are fully aware of your officer/deputy's workload during their time at DPSST. DPSST will not allow students to participate in optional training without a signed copy of the Optional Training Release Form.

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Documents that must be reviewed and/or completed to attend training.

Telecommunications
Student Check List
 

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Documents that must be reviewed and/or completed to attend training.

Police Career Officer Development
Student Check List
 

Optional Training
In addition to the required 80hours, DPSST offers voluntary classes after hours for officers/deputies attending the academy.  This allows us to provide additional training for the students to sharpen skills that they learn while at DPSST.  Listed below are the topics that we offer and the number of associated hours:
 
  • Incident Command System 100, 200, 700, 800 Training: 12 Hours (web- based training, .3 CEU's per class) 
  • Hazardous Materials Awareness Training: 8 Hours (web-based training, non-credit class) 
  • Intoxilyzer: Two evening classes per week. Each session lasts 4 hours.
  • AHA First Responder: 6 hours
 
These classes are voluntary and are not required for certification.  F-6 forms are provided at the training so students may receive topical credit, but otherwise student attendance is not taken.  Since there may be contractual and overtime issues for your agency, we request that you fill out the attached form so that we know you are fully aware of your officer/deputy’s workload during their time at DPSST.  DPSST will not allow students to participate in optional training without a signed copy of the Optional Training Release Form.

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Documents that must be reviewed and/or completed to attend training.

Corrections Career Officer Development
Student Check List

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Documents that must be reviewed and/or completed to attend training.
 

Emergency Medical Dispatch
Student Check List


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Supervision/Middle Management
Student Check List
 

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Documents that must be reviewed and/or completed to attend training.