Kansas Peace Officers Association

"Co-operation and Justice"

Upcoming events

    • 08/19/2019
    • 08/23/2019
    • 1800 S Severance, Hutchinson, KS 67501

    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.

    Dr. Jennifer Prohaska, Ph.D. and Pat Hinkle, M.A., LCPC, LCMFT will provide instruction. Both work almost exclusively, with first responders. They also assist multiple departments with their Peer Support teams. See attached for their bios.

    Who should attend?

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

    Registration: E-mail Josh Long at josh.long@renolec.com, to reserve your spot. 

    Cost:  $350.00

    Please provide attendee’s name, agency, email address and phone contact.

    Dr. Jennifer Prohaska, Ph.D., is a native Kansan. She completed her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Kansas in 2013. She completed her residency at University of Kansas Medical Center with a specialty in neuro-rehabilitation medicine, where her primary focus was addressing the immediate psychological needs of individuals undergoing major physical and emotional trauma in an inpatient medical setting. 

    After completion of her residency, also in 2013, she was hired as a Clinical Faculty Member at the University of Kansas Cancer Centers where her duties were to address the needs of terminally ill individuals with a variety of cancers and specializing in brain cancer. 

    In late 2013 she was presented with the opportunity to return to a trauma medicine-related practice when she entered private practice as a police and public safety psychologist. Since that time, she has worked primarily with individuals in law enforcement and the fire service in both clinical and educational settings. She enjoys complex casework that still allows her to use her medical knowledge while helping people return to their respective service positions. She very much enjoys teaching, risk assessment and evaluations, leadership coaching, and using psychological knowledge and skill to help organizations address complex personnel problems and create positive organizational change. 

    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.

    • 08/19/2019
    • 8:30 AM
    • 08/23/2019
    • Washburn University Police Department 1700 SW College Avenue Topeka, Kansas 66621

    FBI-LEEDA is pleased to present a 4 1/2-day course on media and public relations. Police cannot succeed without the support of the community they are sworn to protect. The image of an agency as a professional and ethical organization is vitally important. By promoting a consistent, positive public image of your department, your community will come to perceive their police as an agency they can depend on and trust.

    Day 1 - Image, branding and perception

    • News releases

    Day 2 - Media relations

    • Interviews

    Day 3 - Crisis Communications

    Day 4 - Social Media

    Day 5 - Case Study

    • Desktop simulated crisis exercise

    Class size is limited to ensure individual participation in exercises.  Participants are encouraged to bring a laptop, as writing exercises will be assigned during the course.

    Registration Information

    • The registration fee for this program is $695.
    • The registration fee includes the cost of training and course materials; the fee does not include meals or travel expenses.
    • For further information concerning this program, or if you would be interested in hosting this program in your area, please contact FBI-LEEDA at 877-772-7712.
    • SEMINAR REGISTRATION IS OPEN TO ALL LAW ENFORCEMENT - SWORN AND PROFESSIONAL STAFF.
    • YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO BE A MEMBER OF FBI-LEEDA TO ATTEND.

    https://fbileeda.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=1167445&group=

    Contact:

    Washburn University Deputy Police Chief Matt Simpson
    Matthew.Simpson1@washburn.edu
    (785) 670-3615

    • 08/27/2019
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center Integrity Auditorium

    Opioid and substance abuse and addiction are part of the first responder culture and often they are not recognized and addressed as a problem until it's too late. Utilizing decades of experience working with front-line officers and law enforcement leadership, Dr. McDougall will provide a poignant and powerful examination of a problem that affects nearly every law enforcement agency and organization. This training delves into the statistics of officers with dependencies, how and why it starts, and what preventative measures can be employed to reduce the likelihood of substance abuse and addiction. Proven solutions will include tactics for the individual officer and policy guidelines for agencies. As a recognized and awarded speaker and trainer at national and international conferences, Dr. McDougall doesn't just present information. Participants will be engaged in discussions and debates, and leave with material that can be immediately applied to improve or even save the lives of law enforcement officers. 

    Note:  The Sedgwick County Health Department is providing scholarships to those officers who work for a law enforcement agency within Sedgwick County.  Please click on the drop down box in the 'price' section and choose the second option - "no cost for law enforcement agencies in Sedgwick County" to have your registration fee waived.  

    This event is provided in partnership with the Reno County Health Department

    To register, visit https://www.enrole.com/kupce/jsp/session.jsp?sessionId=LE20249F&courseId=GSOUDLE&categoryId=10023.

    • 08/27/2019
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Hotel at Old Town Convention Center, 830 E 1st St, Wichita, KS

    FREE TRAINING:

    Trauma Response for the Justice System

    Presented by Justin Boardman – Boardman Training & Consulting

    AUDIENCE: A training for law enforcement, attorneys, advocates, and medical professionals who work domestic violence cases.

    Details:

    Tuesday, August 27 or Wednesday, August 28 from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

    Hotel At Old Town Convention Center
    830 E 1st St,
    Wichita, KS 67202

    To Register:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/justinboardman

    Registration Deadline:  August 20, 2019

    Lodging:

    Hotel At Old Town
    830 E 1st St. N
    Wichita, KS 67202
    316-267-4800

    KCSDV has reserved a block of hotel rooms at the rate of $101/night. To reserve your room, contact the hotel directly by August 12, 2019 and provide them the group name “KCSDV.”

    Justin Boardman is a 15-year veteran of the West Valley City Police Department in West Valley City, Utah. During his diverse career he served as a patrol officer and in the Property Crimes Unit before finding his true calling as a detective in the Special Victims Unit. His extensive background in police work, and his dedication to victims’ rights and giving them a voice, has allowed him to rapidly become a recognized leader in both private and public-sector organizations with multiple areas of expertise, specifically sexual assault and domestic violence.

    In (2013) Justin co-authored a Trauma Informed Victim Interview protocol for adult victims of sexual assault with Donna Kelly Esq. This new protocol uses the Neurobiology of Trauma to gain additional information to be used in the investigation. This process has been studied and has shown to increase prosecutions along with procedure changes and is now the standard for the victim interview process in Utah and neighboring states.

    After retiring in 2017, Justin trains and consults globally on a variety of subjects, most notably the trauma informed victim interview and trauma informed investigations that he relentlessly researches and re-designs in order to create better processes that protect victims. His focus is to strengthen investigations that are victim centered, suspect focused, and trauma informed.

    He consistently pushes for culture change within the justice system and law enforcement, with a focus on “policing with compassion”. Justin strongly believes that compassion is not a form of weakness, instead, it improves communication, and builds bridges and establishes a system of consistency, belief, and most importantly prosecution of those who harm women and children.

    Questions: Contact Dung Kimble at dkimble@stepstoneks.org with registration questions.

    Sponsored by Kansas Coalition against sexual & domestic violence, StepStone, and Improving Criminal Justice Response (ICJR)

    This project was supported by Grant No. 2015-WE-AX-0004 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.

    • 08/28/2019
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Hotel at Old Town Convention Center, 830 E 1st St, Wichita, KS

    FREE TRAINING:

    Trauma Response for the Justice System

    Presented by Justin Boardman – Boardman Training & Consulting

    AUDIENCE: A training for law enforcement, attorneys, advocates, and medical professionals who work domestic violence cases.

    Details:

    Tuesday, August 27 or Wednesday, August 28 from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

    Hotel At Old Town Convention Center
    830 E 1st St,
    Wichita, KS 67202

    To Register:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/justinboardman

    Registration Deadline:  August 20, 2019

    Lodging:

    Hotel At Old Town
    830 E 1st St. N
    Wichita, KS 67202
    316-267-4800

    KCSDV has reserved a block of hotel rooms at the rate of $101/night. To reserve your room, contact the hotel directly by August 12, 2019 and provide them the group name “KCSDV.”

    Justin Boardman is a 15-year veteran of the West Valley City Police Department in West Valley City, Utah. During his diverse career he served as a patrol officer and in the Property Crimes Unit before finding his true calling as a detective in the Special Victims Unit. His extensive background in police work, and his dedication to victims’ rights and giving them a voice, has allowed him to rapidly become a recognized leader in both private and public-sector organizations with multiple areas of expertise, specifically sexual assault and domestic violence.

    In (2013) Justin co-authored a Trauma Informed Victim Interview protocol for adult victims of sexual assault with Donna Kelly Esq. This new protocol uses the Neurobiology of Trauma to gain additional information to be used in the investigation. This process has been studied and has shown to increase prosecutions along with procedure changes and is now the standard for the victim interview process in Utah and neighboring states.

    After retiring in 2017, Justin trains and consults globally on a variety of subjects, most notably the trauma informed victim interview and trauma informed investigations that he relentlessly researches and re-designs in order to create better processes that protect victims. His focus is to strengthen investigations that are victim centered, suspect focused, and trauma informed.

    He consistently pushes for culture change within the justice system and law enforcement, with a focus on “policing with compassion”. Justin strongly believes that compassion is not a form of weakness, instead, it improves communication, and builds bridges and establishes a system of consistency, belief, and most importantly prosecution of those who harm women and children.

    Questions: Contact Dung Kimble at dkimble@stepstoneks.org with registration questions.

    Sponsored by Kansas Coalition against sexual & domestic violence, StepStone, and Improving Criminal Justice Response (ICJR)

    This project was supported by Grant No. 2015-WE-AX-0004 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.

    • 09/15/2019
    • 7:30 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Lake Shawnee Golf Course 4141 Southeast East Edge Road Topeka, KS 66609


    10th Annual Kansas Concerns of Police Survivors (KS C.O.P.S.) Memorial Golf Tournament. The proceeds from this tournament are critical in allowing us to help family members of recently fallen officers attend National Police Week in Washington, D.C. and to also attend the Hands-On Programs available for all survivors through the National C.O.P.S. organization.

    This tournament is in memory of Deputy Sheriff Patrick RohrerDeputy Sheriff Theresa King and Deputy Sheriff Robert Kunze III who were tragically killed in the line of duty in 2018.

    Please join us in remembering these fallen Kansas heroes!

    GOLF TOURNAMENT REGISTRATION FEE - $85 pp - 4 person scramble

    How do I pay for my Golf Tournament Registration Fee, other items and/or make a donation?

    • OPTION 1 - Register via mail (registration form available at www.kscops.org)
    • OPTION 2 - Register via Paypal (Contact Teresa Gallegos at 785.554.5119 or kscops@cox.net for details)
    • OPTION 3 - Select REGISTRATION & follow Eventbrite payment path **On-line registration fees apply**

    How do I contact the organizer?

    • Teresa Gallegos may be reached via cell phone at 785-554-5119 or by email at kscops@cox.net

    Is there a registration deadline?

    • Yes! Registration deadline is September 6, 2019 at 5:00 PM

    Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

    • No 



    • 09/17/2019
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Newman University Dugan Library, 3100 W McCormick, Wichita, KS

    The Living Forensic Evaluation of Gunshot Wounds: Application for Domestic and Officer-Involved Shootings with Dr. Bill Smock

    Newman University
    Dugan Library
    3100 W. McCormick
    Wichita, KS 67213

    September 17, 2019 from 8:00 am-5:00 pm

    ABOUT THE COURSE:

    Louisville Metro Police Surgeon Bill Smock, M.D., one of the country's leading law enforcement educators and expert in clinical forensic medicine, has developed an 8-hour training program to assist forensic nurses, law enforcement officers and prosecutors in the forensic evaluation of gunshot wounds.

    The program is specifically designed for law enforcement officers and medical personnel involved with the investigation, evaluation and reconstruction of firearms-related incidents, including domestic and officer-involved shootings. The information presented will assist your investigation and ensure that your conclusions and findings are based upon the most up-to-date medical science and forensic evidence.

    8-hour Program will include: 

    • How to correctly determine entrance versus exit wounds 
    • Review of current medical literature on the accuracy of un-trained physicians at differentiating entrance from exit wounds 
    • How to accurately determine the range-of-fire 
    • How to determine the direction of bullet movement in graze wounds 
    • Appropriate evidence recognition, collection and preservation 
    • What tests should you ask your crime lab to perform 
    • How to determine the wound track 
    • Forensic photography techniques 
    • The investigation of officer-involved shootings: can you account for each round and wound? 
    • Case studies: domestic and officer-involved shooting 
    • Use and misuse of forensic terminology 
    • Interviewing techniques: what questions will determine the truth behind what happened? 
    • Recognition of staged shooting scenes 
    • Wound ballistics and wounding: handgun versus rifle 
    • Hands-on examination of spent bullets and cartridge cases 
    • Radiographic identification of bullets 
    • Is the history consistent with the physical evidence? How do you know? 

    TRAINING FEE: $40 There are limited scholarships available for law enforcement from small, rural agencies. Please contact the organizer for more information. 

    Lunch will be on your own. 

    Attendees will be able to purchase lunch from the Newman Dining Hall for $7, cash payable to the Dining Hall. Lunch includes a full salad bar, choice of entrees, dessert and beverages. Sign up required ahead of training. 

    Last day to register is Friday 9/06/19 @ 5pm. 

    For additional information and questions, please contact Dung Kimble, dkimble@stepstoneks.org or 316-265-1611. 

    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/gunshotwound 

    • 09/18/2019
    • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • 2025 E Iron Ave, Salina, KS 67401
    • 25
    Register

    Jessica Crowder from KBI will be instructing State Kansas Asset Forfeiture and E-citation reporting procedures and requirements.

    This training is FREE to KPOA Members and Lunch will be provided.

    The Training will take place in Room 37 of the Kansas Highway Patrol Training Academy (KHP Troop C Headquarters).

    • 10/08/2019
    • 2:00 PM
    • 10/10/2019
    • 5:00 PM
    • Drury Plaza Hotel Broadview, 400 W Douglas Ave, Wichita, KS
    Register
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    Kansas Peace Officers Association
    Fall Training Conference

    FEATURING KEYNOTE SPEAKER FROM MARCUS LUTTRELL’S
    Todd DeGhetto
    and Opening Remarks from Former Major League Baseball Player
    and Kansas LEO Adam LaRoche

    DON’T MISS OUT ON THE DOOR PRIZES, GUN RAFFLES, FREE AXE THROWING AND OUR HOSPITALITY ROOM!

    CONFERENCE ITINERARY:

    Tuesday, October 8

    • 2:00-5:00 - KPOA General Meeting
    • 5:00 - Retirement Reception for former Secretary/Treasurer Al Thimmesch.  
    • Free 5:30 Kickback®* - Enjoy free hot food and cold beverages at the hotel’s 5:30 Kickback® featuring a rotating menu of hot food, beer, wine, mixed drinks and soft drinks.
    • 7:00-10:00 - Hospitality Room Open

    Wednesday, October 9

    • 6:00-8:00 - Free Hot Breakfast - Start the day with make-your-own Belgian waffles, scrambled eggs, sausage, fresh fruit, oatmeal, biscuits and gravy, KELSO+BROS® coffee and more.    
    • 8:00-8:30 - Opening Ceremony - Sedgwick County Sheriff Honor Guard and Opening Guest Speaker Adam LaRoche
    • 8:30-Noon – Todd Deghetto - Team Never Quit Speaker's Bureau 
    • Noon-1:00 - Lunch PROVIDED by K.D.O.T.
    • 1:00-5:00 - Todd Deghetto - Team Never Quit Speaker's Bureau
    • Free 5:30 Kickback®* - Enjoy free hot food and cold beverages at the hotel’s 5:30 Kickback® featuring a rotating menu of hot food, beer, wine, mixed drinks and soft drinks.
    • 6:00 - 8:00 – FREE Evening Activity – Axe throwing and pizza at Blade & Timber within short walking distance from the hotel.
    • 7:00-10:00 - Hospitality Room Open

    Thursday, October 10

    • 6:00-8:00 - Free Hot Breakfast - Start the day with make-your-own Belgian waffles, scrambled eggs, sausage, fresh fruit, oatmeal, biscuits and gravy, KELSO+BROS® coffee and more.    
    • 8:00-Noon - Sedgwick County Goodpaster Homicide Case Study   
    • Noon-1:00 - Lunch on Your Own
    • 1:00-5:00 - Franklin County Quadruple Homicide Case Study
    • Conference Adjourned 

    Conference Opening Speaker:  Adam LaRoche
    Adam LaRoche is a former first baseman who played 12 seasons in Major League Baseball, primarily with the Atlanta Braves, the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Washington Nationals. If you don’t know him from his baseball career, then you may recognize him from the Outdoor Channel show “Buck Commander,” where he stars with co-owners Willie Robertson, Ryan Langerhans, Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean and Tombo Martin.
    Since his retirement from baseball, Adam has been able to focus his attention on the things that he loves and is passionate about: God, his family, and the causes for which he seeks to actively advocate. Currently, that is done through his family’s E3 Foundation which supports two significant needs:

    1. The fight against sex-trafficking where Adam works directly with strategic organizations who empower law enforcement to hunt traffickers as well as liberating their victims
    2. Our combat veterans, first by identifying those in need, then hosting them at the LaRoche E3 ranch in Southeast, Kansas, for a variety of different activities including hunting, fishing and shooting competitions.

    “It’s our mission to serve, and that comes directly from our Commander, Jesus. I have spent much of my life serving me, but Jesus calls us to be a light in a dark world. Whether it be going where no one else wants to go, defending those who can’t defend themselves or hosting and serving our nation’s warriors, I want to spend the rest of my life serving others.”

    Adam and his wife Jennifer have two children, son Drake, and daughter Montana. They make their home outside of Fort Scott, Kansas.

    Conference Keynote Speaker:  Todd Deghetto, Team Never Quit
    Todd DeGhetto is a retired Navy Captain who spent 30 years in Naval Special Warfare (NSW) as a SEAL Officer. He has led at every level: Commander Naval Special Warfare Group THREE, Commanding Officer SEAL Delivery Vehicle Team ONE, Team Leader and Element Leader of a Tactical Development and Evaluation Team at Naval Special Warfare Development Group, Platoon Commander at SEAL Delivery Vehicle Team Two and Executive Officer at SEAL Team Eight.

    Sedgwick County Goodpaster Homicide Case Study
    In November 2016, a dispute over $185.00 in missing drug money led five people to torture and sexually assault a woman.  The woman blamed Scottie Goodpaster for the missing money and the attackers turned their attention on him torturing and killing the 33-year-old man at a home in Valley Center.  His mutilated body was dumped in rural Harvey County.

    During the presentation, you will hear from:  the detectives and crime scene investigators who processed and investigated the case.

    Franklin County Quadruple Homicide Case Study
    The murders of four people shocked the small community of Ottawa, KS, in early May 2013.  On May 1, 2013, Kaylie Smith-Bailey and her daughter, Lana-Leigh (18 months old), went missing from Olathe, KS.  On May 6, 2013, deputies from the Franklin County Sheriffs office responded to a residence where they located the body of Steven White inside of an outbuilding on the property.  Once investigators were inside the residence, the bodies of Andrew Stout and Kailey Smith-Bailey were found.  A large, extensive search began for the missing 18-month-old, which ended with the discovery of her body in a creek (inside a suitcase) on May 11, 2013.

    During the presentation, you will hear from:  the investigator that was assigned to the case, the crime scene investigators that processed the multiple crime scenes involved in the case, the bloodstain pattern analyst and prosecutor.

    HOTEL RESERVATIONS

    Advance hotel reservations may be made online at the discounted group rate of $114.00 per night at https://www.druryhotels.com/bookandstay/newreservation/?groupno=2368459 through Friday, September 20, 2019.  Reservations made after this date will be subject to prevailing rate and availability.   Reservations may also be made by calling 1-800-325-0720 and refer to your group number 2368459.

    At Drury Hotels, we know you have enough to worry about when traveling. In addition
    to the great rate, our generous amenities will brighten your group’s day and make your journey easier.       

    • Free Hot Breakfast - Start every day with make-your-own Belgian waffles, scrambled eggs, sausage, fresh fruit, oatmeal, biscuits and gravy, KELSO+BROS® coffee and more.  Free hot breakfast is served daily from 6–9:30 a.m. on weekdays and 7–10 a.m. on weekends.
    • Free 5:30 Kickback®* - Join us from 5:30–7 p.m. every evening to enjoy free hot food and cold beverages at our 5:30 Kickback®.  We feature a rotating menu of hot food, beer, wine, mixed drinks and soft drinks.
    • Free Wi-Fi Throughout the Hotel - Get the score, check your social networks or email family members from anywhere in the hotel – for free!
    • Free Soft Drinks and Popcorn - Freshly popped popcorn and a refreshing beverage make a great snack!  Stop by the lobby for free soft drinks and popcorn every evening.
    • On-Site Facilities - Take advantage of the business center, fitness center or pool while you’re away from home.  Print your boarding pass, finish a presentation or check e-mail in our business centers. 

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    • 10/21/2019
    • 10/22/2019
    • Wichita Holiday Inn East, 549 S Rock Road, Wichita, KS

    For more information and to register visit https://www.ktsro.org/law-enforcement-in-person-trainings.

    • 10/21/2019
    • 8:00 AM
    • 10/25/2019
    • 5:00 PM
    • Kansas Highway Patrol Training Academy

    The training will include presentations about the Active Listening Skills, the History of Negotiations, Team dynamics and Positions, Suicide, Boards, Scribe and Position Papers, and Negotiation through Technology and Legal Issues.

    There will be presentations in reference gathering intel from Social Media and a presentation from a Tactical Commander perspective.

    This training will include practical back-to-back exercises; utilizing the Active Listening skills and a final scenario.

    Contact Lt. Bob Ware for further information:  Robert.ware@ks,gov;  Cell phone number, 785 577 1317.

    Contact the Kansas Highway Patrol Training Academy for available rooms and meals.


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