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  • Center for Policing Excellence Encourages Research-Informed Public Safety Practices
    DPSST Administrative BuildingDPSST's Center for Policing Excellence (CPE) develops and delivers training and resources that promote the use of research related to building public trust and confidence, decreasing crime or disorder, and increasing offender accountability.  CPE provides leadership development programs both on-site and regionally, and facilitates collaborative efforts between researchers and practitioners to support evidence based decision making.  CPE is also responsible for ensuring DPSST's criminal justice training programs reflect the needs of Oregon's public safety communities, utilize effective educational strategies and accurately assess learning and performance.

     

    If you would like more information, click here for a video about DPSST's Center for Policing Excellence.

     

      

    The Oregon Knowledge Bank (OKB) is your statewide resource for Oregon-based public safety programs and research. The OKB highlights innovative programs operating in the state and research about Oregon-based solutions. Find solutions, offer answers, share research, and contact law enforcement experts. You can do it all with the Oregon Knowledge Bank.

    Click here for the OKB homepage.

CPE News CPE Training

New evidence-based policing resource from George Mason UniversityLeading researchers have partnered with the IACP to produce An Evidence Assessment of the Recommendations of the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing. This document not only helps police agencies prioritize the recommendations of the President’s Task Force based on what research has shown to work, but also highlights what else still needs to be learned through police-research partnerships.   Click here to view the report.

 

 

CPE is excited to introduce the addition of Micro-grants: Micro-Grant funding is now available for students in our Supervisory Leadership classes. These grants will allow students to implement community based projects to decrease crime, increase community policing initiatives, and assist with a variety of other evidence based community projects.  Click here to view a flyer with more information: CPE Micro-Grant Program 2016.pdf

 

 

Check out the latest CIT Newsletter: Click Here

                                                             

   

Adapting to Change: Avoiding the Success Trap - An OJP Webinar featuring CPE's Dr. Steve Winegar

Click here to view the webinar video: http://bit.ly/1RXgzUx

 
 
 
 

 

Course Title & Description ​

Police Legitimacy / Procedural Justice

Facilitator Development Course

Development Programs - Registration Form

Ethics

Facilitator Development Course

Basic Facilitator Development Course

 

Research Informed Decision Making​

Mental Health Response 

Thin Blue Line: Tactical Verbal De-Escalation of People Experience a Mental Health Crisis

Target Audience: Police, Corrections, Parole and Probation, Campus Public Safety

 

Dementia Identification and Intervention for Law Enforcement/EMS

Target Audience: Law Enforcement, Corrections, Parole and Probation, Telecommunications, Campus Public Safety, and Mental Health Practitioners in the Public Safety System

 

 Safe Behind Bars: Tactical Verbal De-Escalation of Aggressive and Emotionally Disturbed Individuals

Target Audience: Corrections

  

Everything on the Line: Calming and De-Escalation of Mentally Ill Individuals on the Phone

Target Audience: Telecommunications

 

 Mental Health First Aid

Target Audience: Law Enforcement, Corrections, Parole and Probation, Telecommunications, Campus Public Safety, and Mental Health Practitioners in the Public Safety System
~ Friday, September 29, 2017 - Chemeketa Community College, Brooks Oregon  Register here