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Basic/Leadership Training & Scheduling

Scheduling for Academy Training                               CJ IRIS Link

Brandy Pitt
brandy.pitt@state.or.us
503-378-2353
When an public safety professional is hired they must become certified in their discipline.  The first Step to Certification is attending basic training and completing the appropriate field training manual. Class Schedules are detailed below followed by required forms and the Attending the Academy requirements.
Officers promoted into a supervisory or management role are required to attend the Supervisory Leadership Academy (SLA) or Organized Management Leadership Academy (OLMA) within 1 year of promotion.  There is an equivalency option detailed in the Leadership Equivalency forms (F21 and F22

Academy Classes

It may appear seats are available in classes; however this is not a guarantee.  The number of available seat are provided to assist you in planing.

CLASSES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT ANY TIME AND FOR ANY REASON.

Click on the plus(+) next to a class to see additional details.

Attending the Academy

​All courses have testing components. DPSST is committed to serving test takers with disabilities and health-related needs by providing service and reasonable accommodations that are appropriate given the purpose of the test. Any exam candidate with a documented disability may be eligible for nonstandard testing accommodations. If you believe you may need any adjustments, modifications or accommodations, you should contact the Academy Training Coordinator listed in the email that you will receive from DPSST or DPSST main reception at (503) 378-2100 one week prior to the start of the class date to request suitable arrangements.​​​​​​

​Prior t​​o Arrival​​

Optional ​Training​

  • ​​These classes are voluntary and are not required for police certification. F6 forms are provided at the training so students may receive topical credit. Since there may be contractual and overtime issues for your agency, we request that you fill out the Optional Training Release form​​​. ​

​​​​Upon Arriv​​al at the Academy​

  • Arriving students need to be lined up alphabetically with their peers outside of the dormitory entrance and ready at 1600 hours the Sunday before class start..  They are to leave everything in their vehicle except the items specified on the Student Checklist (above).  
  • Check-in and orientation will last approximately four hours. Meal service will be provided on this date.  If an emergency or unforeseen situation arises and the student is not going to be able to arrive by 1600 hours, they must contact the coordinator listed in your confirmation email  by 1530 hours.
  • When you arrive have only the following with you: 
    • Navy blue t-shirt (no logos or pockets) 
    • Black duty boots or shoes 
    • Duty belt 
    • Ballistic vest 
    • Pen 
    • Identification 
    • Any DPSST related paperwork, including completed Emergency Data Sheet 
    • Any weapons 

​​LEAVE EVERYTHING ELSE IN YOUR VEHICLE​​​​​​​​​






​Prio​​​r to Arrival​​

Optiona​​​​​l Training​

  • ​​These classes are voluntary and are not required for police certification. F6 forms are provided at the training so students may receive topical credit. Since there may be contractual and overtime issues for your agency, we request that you fill out the Optional Training Release form​​​. ​

​​​​Upon Arri​​val at the Academy​

  • Arriving students need to be lined up alphabetically with their peers outside of the dormitory entrance and ready at 1600 hours the Sunday before class start..  They are to leave everything in their vehicle except the items specified on the Student Checklist (above). 
  • Check-in and orientation will last approximately four hours. Meal service will be provided on this date.  If an emergency or unforeseen situation arises and the student is not going to be able to arrive by 1600 hours, they must contact the coordinator listed in your confirmation email  by 1530 hours.
  • When you arrive have only the following with you: 
    • Navy blue t-shirt (no logos or pockets) 
    • Black duty boots or shoes 
    • Duty belt 
    • Ballistic vest 
    • Pen 
    • Identification 
    • Any DPSST related paperwork, including completed Emergency Data Sheet 
    • Any weapons 

​​LEAVE EVERYTHING ELSE IN YOUR VEHICLE​​​​​​​​​

​​Prio​​r to Arrival​​

Opt​​ional Training​

  • ​​These classes are voluntary and are not required for police certification. F6 forms are provided at the training so students may receive topical credit. Since there may be contractual and overtime issues for your agency, we request that you fill out the Optional Training Release form​​​. ​

​​​​Upon Arriva​​l at the Academy​

  • Report to the Academy at 7:00 AM on the first morning of class
  • Wear business attire or your agency uniform during all academic classes; NO JEANS



​​Prior t​​o Arrival​​

Option​​​al Training​

  • ​​These classes are voluntary and are not required for police certification. F6 forms are provided at the training so students may receive topical credit. Since there may be contractual and overtime issues for your agency, we request that you fill out the Optional Training Release form​​​. ​

​​​​Upon Ar​​​rival at the Academy​

  • Arriving students need to be lined up alphabetically with their peers outside of the dormitory entrance and ready at 1600 hours the Sunday before class start..  They are to leave everything in their vehicle except the items specified on the Student Checklist (above).  
  • Check-in and orientation will last approximately four hours. Meal service will be provided on this date.  If an emergency or unforeseen situation arises and the student is not going to be able to arrive by 1600 hours, they must contact the coordinator listed in your confirmation email  by 1530 hours.
  • When you arrive have only the following with you: 
    • Navy blue t-shirt (no logos or pockets) 
    • Black duty boots or shoes 
    • Duty belt 
    • Ballistic vest 
    • Pen 
    • Identification 
    • Any DPSST related paperwork, including completed Emergency Data Sheet 
    • Any weapons 

​​LEAVE EVERYTHING ELSE IN YOUR VEHICLE​​​​​​​
​​

​​​Prior to ​​Arrival​​

Option​​al Training​

  • ​​These classes are voluntary and are not required for police certification. F6 forms are provided at the training so students may receive topical credit. Since there may be contractual and overtime issues for your agency, we request that you fill out the Optional Training Release form​​​. ​

​​​​Upon Arri​​​val at the Academy​

  • ​Arriving students need to be lined up alphabetically with their peers outside of the dormitory entrance and ready at 1600 hours the Sunday before class start..  They are to leave everything in their vehicle except the items specified on the Student Checklist (above).  
  • Check-in and orientation will last approximately four hours. Meal service will be provided on this date.  If an emergency or unforeseen situation arises and the student is not going to be able to arrive by 1600 hours, they must contact the coordinator listed in your confirmation email  by 1530 hours.
  • When you arrive have only the following with you: 
    • Navy blue t-shirt (no logos or pockets) 
    • Black duty boots or shoes 
    • Duty belt 
    • Ballistic vest 
    • Pen 
    • Identification 
    • Any DPSST related paperwork, including completed Emergency Data Sheet 
    • Any weapons 

​​LEAVE EVERYTHING ELSE IN YOUR VEHICLE​​​​​​​

​​​​Prior​​​ to Arrival​​​​

O​ptional Training​

  • ​​These classes are voluntary and are not required for police certification. F6 forms are provided at the training so students may receive topical credit. Since there may be contractual and overtime issues for your agency, we request that you fill out the Optional Training Release form​​​. ​

​​​​Up​on Arrival at th​e Academy​

  • ​Arriving students need to be lined up alphabetically with their peers outside of the dormitory entrance and ready at 1600 hours the Sunday before class start..  They are to leave everything in their vehicle except the items specified on the Student Checklist (above).  
  • Check-in and orientation will last approximately four hours. Meal service will be provided on this date.  If an emergency or unforeseen situation arises and the student is not going to be able to arrive by 1600 hours, they must contact the coordinator listed in your confirmation email  by 1530 hours.
  • When you arrive have only the following with you: 
    • Navy blue t-shirt (no logos or pockets) 
    • Black duty boots or shoes 
    • Pen 
    • Identification 
    • Any DPSST related paperwork, including completed Emergency Data Sheet 
    • Any weapons 

​​LEAVE EVERYTHING ELSE IN YOUR VEHICLE​​​​​​​​

​​​​​Prior t​​o Arrival​​

​​​​Upon Arr​​ival at the Academy​

  • Report to the Academy at 7:00 a.m. on the first morning of class
  • Wear business attire or your agency uniform durring all academic classes; NO JEANS


​​​​​​​​​Prior​​ to Arrival​​

  • ​​Students will receive a separate email from training staff regarding class assignments to be completed prior to attendance. This email will be sent to the work email provided on the application for training.​
  • ​​​​​Review and bring Student Rules and Regulations
  • Complete the Student Emergency Data Sheet ​​and bring with you
  • Bring personal items such as soap, towels, etc.  Refer to the Student Rules and Regulations document

​​​​​Up​on Arrival at the Academy​

  • Report to the Academy at 8:00 a.m. on the first morning of class
  • Wear business attire or your agency uniform durring all academic classes; NO JEANS

​​​​​​​​​​Prior to ​​Arrival​​

​​​​​Upon​ Arrival at the Academy​

  • Report to the Academy at 8:00 a.m. on the first morning of class
  • Wear business attire or your agency uniform durring all academic classes; NO JEANS

Pr​​ior to Arrival​​

​​​​​Up​​​​​on Arrival at the Academy​

  • Report to the Academy at 7:00 a.m. on the first morining of class 
  • When you arrive have only the following with you: 
    • Navy blue t-shirt (no logos or pockets) 
    • Black duty boots or shoes 
    • Duty belt 
    • Ballistic vest 
    • Pen 
    • Identification 
    • Any DPSST related paperwork, including completed Emergency Data Sheet 
    • Any weapons 

​​LEAVE EVERYTHING ELSE IN YOUR VEHICLE​​​​​​​​​​

​First Day of ​​Class​​

Students will receive a separate email from training staff with course materials and information regarding test procedures and preparation.  This email will be sent to the student's work email provided on the application for training.​

Basic Training Forms




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