Kansas Peace Officers Association

P.O. Box 2592, Wichita, KS 67201
(316) 722-8433  |  kpoa@kpoa.org

"Co-operation and Justice"

Upcoming events

    • 07/10/2024
    • 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
    • Wichita Sedgwick Co. LE Training Center 4310 E. 19th St. N. Wichita, KS 67208

    Fundamentals of Social Media for Law Enforcement

    This one-day (8 hour) course was developed to enhance the beginning level learners’ awareness of  social media and how the elements can be used in investigations. Students are guided through  discussions on topics such as: being aware of their digital footprint and how to manage their law  enforcement attributes while online. The discussion then turns to the culture of social media and the  best practices of how to utilize some of the content in investigations.  

    Course Objectives:

    • Make students aware of the risks of being  exposed as law enforcement while online.
    • Utilize Boolean search terms and advanced internet search methods to  increase the success of online searches.
    • Get experience with FREE, easy-to-use tools designed to assist with image  analysis, open source searching and making sense of complicated social  media returns from specific providers. 

    POC: Walter O’Neal  wwoneal@fbi.gov / 540-361-4629

    How to Register for an NDCAC Class 

    If you do not have an NDCAC account, but do have a LEEP account: 

    1. Go to www.cjis.gov and sign into LEEP. 
    2. In the search bar labeled “Enter terms to search services”, search “NDCAC” and click on the resulting entry. 
    3. Complete the ensuing form. 
    4. Wait to be granted access to the NDCAC LE Portal (may take a few days). The acceptance email will come from noreply@mail-ndcac.fbi.gov, be sure to check your Junk/Spam folder. To ensure you do not miss any communications, consider whitelisting that email address. 
    5. Once notified your NDCAC account has been validated, sign back into LEEP. 
    6. Search NDCAC and click on the resulting entry to enter the NDCAC LE Portal. 
    7. Click on the Training tab at the top of the screen. 
    8. Select the class for which you wish to register. 
    9. Click the register button in the top right corner of the screen. 
    10. Complete the registration form.* 

    If you do not have an NDCAC account or a LEEP account: 

    1. Go to www.cjis.gov. 
    2. Click “Apply for an Account” 
    3. Click “Go to LEEP”. 
    4. Review and accept the disclaimers. 
    5. Complete the ensuing forms. 
    6. Review and accept the Rules of Behavior. 
    7. Wait to be granted access to LEEP. This process may take several days. Therefore, it is recommended you request access to LEEP ASAP in order to avoid missing any course registration deadlines. 8. Once granted access to LEEP, go to www.cjis.gov and sign in. 
    8. In the search bar labeled “Enter terms to search services”, search “NDCAC” and click on the resulting entry. 
    9. Complete the ensuing form. 
    10. Wait to be granted access to the NDCAC LE Portal (may take a few days). The acceptance email will come from noreply@mail-ndcac.fbi.gov, be sure to check your Junk/Spam folder. To ensure you do not miss any communications, consider whitelisting that email address. 
    11. Once notified your NDCAC account has been validated, sign back into LEEP. 
    12. Search NDCAC and click on the resulting entry to enter the NDCAC LE Portal. 
    13. Click on the Training tab at the top of the screen. 
    14. Select the class for which you wish to register. 
    15. Click the register button in the top right corner of the screen. 
    16. Complete the registration form.* 

    *Registration does not guarantee enrollment. You will be notified of your enrollment status by the date listed in the class posting. If you have any questions, please contact the Technical Resource Group at askNDCAC@fbi.gov or by phone at 855-306-3222.

    • 07/29/2024
    • 8:00 AM
    • 07/31/2024
    • 5:00 PM
    • Lenexa Community Center - Community Forum 17101 W. 87th St. Pkwy., Lenexa, KS 66219

    KPOA District 1 Professional Development

    Detective Boot Camp


    Presented by The Southeastern Homicide Investigators Association

    July 29-31, 2024
    Lenexa City Hall
    Community Forum Meeting Space
    17101 W 87 St Pkwy, Lenexa, KS

    Courses Include

    • Death investigations
    • Skeletal remains - recovery and identification ViCAP
    • Missing and Unidentified Person Investigations Genetic Genealogy
    • Crime Scene Homicide Investigations
    • Interview and Interrogations Search Warrants
    • Cell Phone Forensics DNA
    • Off-Line Searches Cold Case Investigations
    • Mental Health and More

    Cost:  $250.00

    To Register, visit https://sehia.org/boot-camp-registration

    Hosted in partnership with the Johnson County Sheriff's Office, Lenexa Police Department, and Johnson County District Attorney's Office

    • 08/01/2024
    • 8:00 AM
    • 08/02/2024
    • 5:00 PM
    • Lenexa Community Center - Community Forum 17101 W. 87th St. Pkwy., Lenexa, KS 66219

    Forensic Genetic Genealogy Workshop


    Presented by The Southeastern Homicide Investigators Association

    August 1-2, 2024
    Lenexa City Hall
    Community Forum Meeting Space
    17101 W 87 St Pkwy, Lenexa, KS

    Workshop Includes

    • The latest FGG tools and techniques
    • FGG case studies
    • Hands-on instruction on an active cold case by top FGG practitioners

    Cost:  $250.00

    ONLY 30 SEATS AVAILABLE

    To Register, visit https://sehia.org/fgg-registration

    • 08/05/2024
    • 8:00 AM
    • 08/09/2024
    • 5:00 PM
    • KLETC Training Center, 2101 E 13th St, Hays, Kansas


    PEER SUPPORT & CRITICAL INCIDENT DEBRIEF TRAINING
    40 HOUR BASIC TRAINING

    Peer Support is a means for a department to show support to their employees, offering them opportunities to care for themselves and their families. Peer Support helps those, who without it, might turn to substances, illegal activity, poor performance, seeking a different career, mental health issues and even suicide.

    Peer Support is an informal, private opportunity, for someone to speak to a peer, to assist with any issues the First Responder may be having difficulty. It helps clarify concerns and explore available resources. Peer Support is preventative maintenance.

    This training will equip First Responders, Chaplains and Mental Health Professionals with listening skills to recognize, help to prevent and understand the effects of stress and refer to outside resources, if needed.  Following this training, the Peer will be able to provide these services at their agency as well as assist and lead groups following critical incidents.

    Who should attend?

    • Police, Fire, Dispatchers, Paramedics, Chaplains, Mental Health, and Professionals that work with First Responders

    REGISTRATION IS FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED

    Instructor Team

    Pat Hinkle, MA, LCPC, LCMFT, founder of Hinkle & Associates, brings a distinctive background to his work as a trained counselor and therapist. Drawing from experiences gained throughout his three-year deployment in the U.S. Army Military Police Corps, and as a former Captain during his a 28-year career with the Lenexa, Kansas Police Department, Pat finds a natural connection with people confronting trauma, crisis situations and challenging life events.

    As both a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and a Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist the past seven years, Pat’s practice is built on providing confidential and supportive therapy techniques. His background is extensive, including a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and a master’s degree in counseling from MidAmerica Nazarene University. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and a long-time instructor at Johnson County Regional Police Academy. In addition, he has clinical counseling experience at the Kansas City Salvation Army’s adult rehabilitation clinic, and Shawnee Mission Medical Center’s emergency room and in-patient mental health unit.

    Pat ’s work and leadership have been honored through various awards and appointments. These include a Bronze Medal of Valor from Kansas City Crime Commission/KMBC TV 9 in 1992, and positions on the National Alliance for Mental Illness Board of Directors (Johnson County, KS affiliate) and the Kansas Law Enforcement Council-Crisis Intervention Team. Pat has been featured in television appearances including 60 Minutes, The Paula Zahn Show, featured documentaries, and published interviews, sharing his insights on notorious criminal cases and related issues. He also is an active member of numerous government, professional and civic organizations at the local and state level.

    Rachel N. Murdock, MS, LPC (MO), LCPC (KS) Beyond the Storm Behavioral Health, LLC Rachel is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Missouri, a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in Kansas and board approved supervisor for provisionally licensed counselors in both states. Her practice specializes in mental health counseling for first responders, individuals experiencing anxiety, mood disorders, post-traumatic stress, and survivors of abuse. Her passion for first responder mental health came from her experience working crimes against children for the FBI in the Victim Services Division, Child Victim Services Unit, where she served as a Child/Adolescent Forensic Interviewer and supervisor for the same unit for a total of just over ten years before resigning in January 2023.

    During her sixteen-year career as a forensic interviewer at the state and federal level, Rachel conducted almost 3,000 forensic interviews of alleged victims of/or witnesses.

    Rachel is also an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Psychology with Missouri State University and Southern New Hampshire University.

    Jeff Bragg – Retired Olathe Police Department, former OPD Peer Support Coordinator, FRST Midwest Ed Chair Jeff served the Police Department for 30 years. He retired as a Major at OPD as the division commander of the personnel and training units. He was an original member of the Peer Support Program at OPD in 2007 and rose to be the coordinator until his retirement. Jeff was instrumental in creating the FRST Midwest organization and continues to serve as the educational chair of the organization.

    Rob Hole retired from the Lenexa Fire Department in September of 2021 as a Fire Apparatus Operator. He has 25+ years of service with the Merriam Fire Department, Independence, MOFD, Kansas City, KS FD, and then his last 18 years with the Lenexa FD. Rob led the start of the Lenexa FD Peer Support team in 2015 and remained the coordinator of that team until retirement. He currently serves as a retired member of the LFD Peer Support team, the Johnson County CISM team, and frequently provides education for Peer Support Providers in the metro and beyond. Rob has had multiple battles with clinical depression which brings great compassion and empathy to his teaching.

    Location:

    KLETC training center
    2101 E 13th St
    Hays, Ks 67601

    Dates:  August 5-9, 2024  8AM to 5PM

    Contact:

    FRST Midwest/Jeff Bragg
    913-238-8591
    jeffbragg351@gmail.com

    REGISTRATION:

    www.frstmidwest.org
    Cost is $425 per student

    Cancellation policy on website.

    • 09/08/2024
    • 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Arthur B. Sim Golf Course 2020 W Murdock St, Wichita, KS
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    KPOA GOLF TOURNAMENT
    Sunday, September 8, 2024
    Arthur B. Sim Golf Course
    2020 W Murdock St, Wichita, KS

    Check in begins at 7:30 AM, Tee off at 08:30 AM, Shotgun Start.
    4 Person Scramble

    Lunch & Refreshments Provided
    along with prizes, "mini games", and raffles.
    Limit of 18 Teams (72 Golfers)

    $100.00 Per Person
    Individual or Team Registration Available.  Individuals will be placed in a team.

    REGISTRATION OPEN THROUGH SEPTEMBER 1, 2024, CANCELLATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED NO LESS THAN 10 DAYS PRIOR TO EVENT.



    The KPOA Training Conference will be held in Wichita September 9-11 at the Drury Plaza Broadview Hotel.  Conference registration is $175.00.

    • 09/08/2024
    • 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Trigger Guard Shooting Range, 313 N Meridian Rd, Wellington, Kansas

    KPOA Firearms Competition - Welcome Shooters

    KPOA FIREARMS COMPETITION
    Sunday, September 8, 2024
    Trigger Guard Shooting Range
    313 N Meridian Rd, Wellington, KS

    Check in begins at 8:30 AM, Competition begins at 9:00 AM.
    Lunch Provided

    Registration will open later this year.

    The 2024 KPOA Annual Firearms Competition  will be held on Sunday, September 8, 2024 at 9:00 a.m. hosted by Trigger Guard Shooting Range located at 313 N Meridian in Wellington.  Lunch is provided and an Awards Ceremony is held immediately after the match.  Vendors will be on sight with displays and give-a-ways.  A drawing will be held at the end of the match to give away prizes.  The Association uses tablets with Practiscore to register and score the match allowing for results as soon as the last shooter is finished.  

    KPOA Firearms Competition Rules and Course of Fire
    Revised 2024 

    DIVISIONS:

    There are four divisions in the KPOA Shooting event.

    • Law Enforcement Stock
    • Law Enforcement Carry Optics
    • Civilian Stock
    • Civilian Carry Optics.  The rules and procedures for Carry Optics division are the same the Pistol Match, except for the sights.  Electronic Optics with no magnification are allowed.

    The KPOA Pistol Match is an all Steel, 3 stage course and consists of three different stages, Speed Plates, Speed Pyramid, and Line of Steel.  These stages not only stress speed and accuracy, but also give the competitors experience in engaging multiple targets at varied sizes and distances.

    All four divisions shoot the same courses of fire with the same rules. At the end of the match the top Civilian shooter and the top Law Enforcement shooter will compete in a head to head shoot off to determine the best overall shooter and win the Old Masters Award.

    Team Competition

    • Teams may be formed from 3 competitors of the same division.
    • The team registration form must be completed during the match registration.
    • Team members will compete as individuals, with their final total times of all three (3) pistol events being added together as their team time.

    SHOTGUN MATCH

    The shotgun match is a single stage event consisting of 17 total targets, 13 steel and 4 clay pigeons.  The course is fired from a stationary shooting position with no movement required.

    INFORMATION

    Lunch provided for all competitors
    Range Address: 698 E. 30th Ave North, Wellington, KS 67152
    From McDonalds @ US 160, 2 mi N on Boundary, ½ mile east on 30th Ave, then north 1/8 mi on Meridian to the parking lot

    Registration opens at 8am with the match starting at 9am.

    Questions?  Contact Mike Yoder at 
    mike@triggerguardonline.com

    We are also looking for sponsors/vendors, so if you know of any who would like to support the event, please have them contact Mike.

    Trigger Guard Shooting Range Logo

    HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!


    KPOA Annual Training Conference

    The KPOA Training Conference will be held in Wichita September 9-11 at the Drury Plaza Broadview Hotel.  Conference registration is $175.00.

    • 09/09/2024
    • 8:00 AM
    • 09/11/2024
    • 5:00 PM
    • Drury Plaza Hotel 400 W Douglas Ave, Wichita, KS
    Register

    KPOA Annual Training Conference - Wichita, Kansas

    2024 KPOA
    Training Conference

    September 9-11, 2024

    Drury Plaza Hotel
    400 W Douglas Ave, Wichita, KS

    Topics will include: 

    Activities:  Hospitality will be open each evening Sunday - Tuesday, September 8-10th.  Lunch will be provided each day Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.  The Drury Plaza Hotel offers breakfast and a light dinner buffet for those registered and staying at the hotel. 


    Tuesday evening, September 10th, attendees may attend a Minor League Baseball game, the Wichita Wind Surge v. the Tulsa Drillers and may bring a guest.

    Conference Registration: $175.00  

    HOTEL INFORMATION: The conference will be held at the Drury Plaza Broadview Hotel located at 400 W Douglas Ave in Wichita.  Room blocks are now available to reserve online at https://www.druryhotels.com/bookandstay/newreservation/?groupno=10094088 or you may call 800-325-0720 and provide group number: #10094088.  The cutoff date to reserve rooms at the conference rate is August 7, 2024.  

    VENDORS WELCOME!

    We are actively seeking vendors for our conference.
    For more information visit our Corporate Sponsorship page.

    ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES:

    KPOA Golf Tournament

    A KPOA 4 Person Scramble Golf Tournament will be held on Sunday, September 8th at Arthur B. Sim Golf Course in Wichita.   
    Cost is $100.00 per person. 

    KPOA Firearms Competition
    The KPOA Annual Firearms Competition will be held on Sunday, September 8th at Trigger Guard Shooting Range, 313 N Meridian Rd in Wellington.

    • 10/07/2024
    • 8:00 AM
    • 10/11/2024
    • 5:00 PM
    • EMPORIA POLICE DEPARTMENT 518 MECHANIC ST EMPORIA, KS

    Kansas Narcotics Officers Association
    Basic Narcotics Investigators Course (BNIC VII)

    OCTOBER 7TH-11TH, 2024

    EMPORIA POLICE DEPARTMENT
    518 MECHANIC ST
    EMPORIA, KS  66801

    REGISTRATION FEE - $250
    Will include a membership in KNOA

    The Kansas Narcotics Officers Association is pleased to announce that we will once again be hosting the Basic Narcotics Investigators Course (BNIC) for 2024 in Emporia, KS on October 7th to October 11th.  

    The BNIC course is designed to be for those that are just beginning to work in the world of narcotics investigations and will give the students instruction on how to work a narcotics investigation from the initial phases up to presenting the case to the prosecutor.

    Law Enforcement and Prosecutors are welcome and encouraged to attend this course.  

    Registration for the course is $250 and will include membership into KNOA.

    Registration, Class Schedule, and Hotel Accommodations for the Basic Narcotics Investigators Class can be found by clicking the link below;
    Kansas Narcotics Officers Association Basic Narcotics Investigators Course

    Class size will be limited to 30 attendees.  This training is designed for entry level narcotics investigators with a preferred 5 years or less of narcotics investigation experience.  All registrations will be reviewed prior to approval to ensure that the student meets the qualifications.  Plain clothes attire is recommended, along with unmarked vehicles if possible.  Instruction will include classroom, as well as practical surveillance exercises.

    For additional information or questions about the BNIC Course, contact KNOA 2nd Vice President James Thompson at jamest@dodgecity.org

Past events

06/10/2024 M.A.P.P. Interdiction Training
05/23/2024 The Illicit Fentanyl Crisis & Drug Poisonings
05/23/2024 VALOR Officer Resilience Training
05/17/2024 HOW TO CATCH (AND KEEP) A PREDATOR: Effective Strategies in Jessica’s Law Investigations & Prosecutions
05/14/2024 Financial Investigation Seminar
05/14/2024 Tactical Ethics
05/01/2024 DV & DUI: BACK TO BASICS (ON CASES THAT ARE ANYTHING BUT BASIC)
04/18/2024 K9 and Traffic Stop Case Law
04/09/2024 IPMBA Police Cyclist Course
04/09/2024 Lyon County Sheriff's Spring Training
04/04/2024 ADVANCED VEHICLE CONTRABAND CONCEALMENT
03/12/2024 De-Escalation Training for Law Enforcement
03/04/2024 KNOA Training Conference
02/27/2024 A Case of Racial Profiling & Do You Have the Right to Remain Silent? (A two-part training)
02/16/2024 Physical Surveillance Tactics: Foundational Strategies and Techniques of Physical Surveillance Operations
02/13/2024 Mexican Cartel Investigative Techniques: From Las Vegas to Mexico
02/12/2024 FBI LEEDA (ELI) Executive Leadership Institute
02/12/2024 Peer Support & Critical Incident Debrief Training
02/06/2024 Confidential Informants: Managing & Controlling
01/30/2024 Drug Unit Supervisor: Strategies for Managing Narcotics Units, Personnel, and Operations
01/25/2024 SAFER TOGETHER FRONTLINE OFFICER WORKSHOP
01/24/2024 SAFER TOGETHER FRONTLINE OFFICER WORKSHOP
01/23/2024 SAFER TOGETHER COMMAND-LEVEL FORUM
01/22/2024 Street Crimes 3 Day Course
01/22/2024 SAFER TOGETHER COMMAND-LEVEL FORUM
12/08/2023 All Things K9 - Street Cop Training
11/14/2023 Death Investigation Training
11/09/2023 BODY LANGUAGE FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT - Street Cop Training
11/08/2023 UNMASKING HIDDEN FACIAL EXPRESSIONS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT - Street Cop Training
10/23/2023 Breaking the Ice on Cold Case Investigations
10/09/2023 De-Escalation Training (NDTC)
09/23/2023 Ride of Sacrifice
09/20/2023 Sexual Assault Investigations
09/11/2023 KPOA Fall Training Conference
09/07/2023 Pepper Ball Instructor/Armorer Certification
08/04/2023 KACP VALOR Golf Tournament
06/24/2023 KPOA Firearms Competition
05/31/2023 Somebody’s Watching You: Navigating Officer Response to the Homeless Community, Panhandlers, First Amendment Auditors, and the Media
05/07/2023 Kansas Speedway First Responders Appreciation Day
05/01/2023 MCTC Advanced Vehicle Contraband Concealment Course
05/01/2023 2023 KACP Spring Leadership Training Conference & Valor Awards Banquet
04/20/2023 Pistol Mounted Optic Overview
04/19/2023 FREE Naloxone Training
04/04/2023 Lyon County Sheriff's Spring Training
03/28/2023 Use of Force and Condensed Time Decision Making
03/27/2023 PEER SUPPORT & CRITICAL INCIDENT DEBRIEF TRAINING
02/20/2023 PEER SUPPORT & CRITICAL INCIDENT DEBRIEF TRAINING
02/02/2023 SFST Refresher Course
12/22/2022 Proactive Patrol Techniques - Wichita, Kansas
12/21/2022 Active Shooter Response / Tactical Entry Training for Officer Survival
12/06/2022 99 Signs of Danger
11/28/2022 FBI-LEEDA Executive Leadership Institute
10/24/2022 LAW ENFORCEMENT AGAINST DRUGS & VIOLENCE (L.E.A.D.)
09/26/2022 FBI-LEEDA Command Leadership Institute
09/20/2022 KPOA 2022 Annual Training Conference
08/02/2022 District 4 Training
07/25/2022 D.A.R.E. Training
07/18/2022 FBI-LEEDA Supervisory Leadership Institute
07/14/2022 Bulletproof Report Writing
07/13/2022 Advanced Criminal Investigations
07/12/2022 Advanced Search & Seizure
07/07/2022 Leadership for a Lifetime
06/23/2022 STREET LEGAL II
06/18/2022 KPOA Annual Firearms Competition
04/29/2022 Death Notification Training and Impaired Driving Enforcement
04/28/2022 Death Notification Training and Impaired Driving Enforcement
04/27/2022 Death Notification Training and Impaired Driving Enforcement
04/25/2022 Death Notification Training and Impaired Driving Enforcement
04/05/2022 Sheriff Spring Training
03/28/2022 SPEAR System: Instructor Certification
02/21/2022 64-Hour Adult, Adolescent, and Pediatric SANE-SART Course
01/25/2022 Legislative Conference
01/12/2022 Drug Identification and Field Test Certification
01/11/2022 Drug Identification and Field Test Certification
01/10/2022 Drug Identification and Field Test Certification
12/13/2021 Drug Interdiction Patrol Tactics in Rural Areas
10/26/2021 2021 Annual Training Conference
08/19/2021 Professional Ethics in Representing Law Enforcement Officers
06/23/2021 Law Enforcement Driving Concern Training Opportunity
06/23/2021 Criminal Interdiction - Successful Trends and Techniques
06/22/2021 Law Enforcement Driving Concern Training Opportunity
06/19/2021 KPOA Annual Firearms Competition
05/20/2021 Mass Fatality Planning for Rural Communities
05/18/2021 THE REID TECHNIQUE OF INTERVIEW AND INTERROGATION®
05/06/2021 Emotional Survival For Female Enforcers
04/20/2021 “Reimagining Police Recruiting and Retention: The Wichita Police Department Experience”
10/13/2020 KPOA Annual Conference - CANCELLED
07/07/2020 Managing the Property & Evidence Room For Small to Mid-Size Agencies
04/27/2020 Advanced Traffic Crash Investigation
04/27/2020 FBI-LEEDA's 29th Annual Executive Education Conference
04/23/2020 Deceptive Behaviors & Hidden Compartments - Street Cop Training
03/17/2020 Active Shooter Response Training
03/03/2020 Standardized Field Sobriety Test Class
02/13/2020 DRE Inservice - For currently certified DREs only
02/04/2020 SFST Refresher Class
02/04/2020 SFST Refresher Class
01/28/2020 Joint Legislative Reception
01/28/2020 KPOA Legislative Meeting and Joint Legislative Conference
01/23/2020 Drug Identification and Field Testing Certification
01/22/2020 Drug Identification and Field Testing Certification
01/22/2020 Winning The Battle
01/21/2020 Drug Identification and Field Testing Certification
01/13/2020 KBI Basic SWAT School
11/26/2019 Kansas Anti-Human Trafficking Training: A Multidisciplinary Focused Approach
11/21/2019 Gold Shield: Mass Shootings
11/12/2019 Kansas Anti-Human Trafficking Training: A Multidisciplinary Focused Approach
11/07/2019 Drug Identification and Field Testing Certification
11/06/2019 Drug Identification and Field Testing Certification
10/31/2019 Kansas Anti-Human Trafficking Training: A Multidisciplinary Focused Approach
10/30/2019 Legal and Legislative Updates
10/30/2019 Legal and Legislative Updates
10/30/2019 Kansas Anti-Human Trafficking Training: A Multidisciplinary Focused Approach
10/30/2019 KIA Conference and Training
10/25/2019 First Responder Safety, Health and Wellness Symposium
10/21/2019 Burden of Command Training
10/21/2019 Basic Crisis Negotiation Training
10/21/2019 14th Annual Impaired Driving Conference
10/11/2019 "Technology Takes the Wheel" seminar on autonomous/self-driving vehicles
10/11/2019 Kansas Anti-Human Trafficking Training: A Multidisciplinary Focused Approach
10/08/2019 Al Thimmesch Retirement Reception
10/08/2019 KPOA General Meeting and Fall Training Conference
10/07/2019 No One Fights Alone - Officer Resiliance and Self-Care
09/23/2019 Tactical Narcotics Debriefing
09/18/2019 Kansas Asset Forfeiture and E-citation Reporting
09/17/2019 The Living Forensic Evaluation of Gunshot Wounds
09/15/2019 Kansas Concerns of Police Survivors 10th Annual Memorial Golf Tournament
08/28/2019 Trauma Response for the Justice System
08/27/2019 Opioid Use Disorders, Substance Abuse and Addiction in Law Enforcement
08/27/2019 Trauma Response for the Justice System
08/19/2019 Media & Public Relations
08/19/2019 Peer Support & Critical Incident Debrief Training
08/08/2019 Kansas Law Enforcement Industrial Hemp Field Day
08/01/2019 Legal and Legislative Updates
07/28/2019 B.R.A.K.E.S Teen Advanced Driver Training
07/28/2019 B.R.A.K.E.S Teen Advanced Driver Training
07/27/2019 B.R.A.K.E.S Teen Advanced Driver Training
07/27/2019 B.R.A.K.E.S Teen Advanced Driver Training
07/26/2019 Courthouse Security - FREE TRAINING TO KPOA MEMBERS
07/26/2019 Legal and Legislative Updates
07/25/2019 Legal and Legislative Updates
07/19/2019 Legal and Legislative Updates
07/18/2019 Legal and Legislative Updates
07/12/2019 Legal and Legislative Updates
07/11/2019 Legal and Legislative Updates
06/25/2019 Building Resilience – Surviving Secondary Trauma - FREE TRAINING TO KPOA MEMBERS
06/24/2019 SWAT Tactics for Patrol Officers - FREE TRAINING TO KPOA MEMBERS
06/08/2019 KPOA Annual Firearms Competition
06/02/2019 2019 KCJIS User Conference
05/15/2019 Cellular Telephone Investigations and Video Preservation for the Street Officer
05/13/2019 Basic Drug Investigator Course - Garden City
05/03/2019 37th Annual Kansas Law Enforcement Memorial
04/15/2019 Basic Drug Investigator Course - Topeka
03/04/2019 KNOA Training Conference
02/06/2019 Kansas Opioid Summit
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