Massachusetts Volunteer Law Enforcement Officer Association

FBI-LEOKA Officer Safety Training

  • 09 Mar 2013
  • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Clark University - 60 Downing Street - Worcester, MA 01610
  • 98

Registration

(depends on selected options)

Base fee:

For those attending the Training:

 

Free Parking:  Will be available on-campus in a garage near 60 Downing Street, Worcester, MA.

 

Training Class: Will be at the Jefferson Academic Center on the campus of Clark University.

 

Check in starts at 8:15AM

Training Class will start at 9:00AM

 

Dress: Business Casual - (No equiment needed)

 

If you have any questions please send me an email at mrspigel@aol.com.

 

 


 

Federal Bureau of Investigation

FBI LEOKA

Law Enforcement Officers Killed & Assaulted

Officer Safety/Street Survival Training Program

Saturday March 9, 2013

9AM – 4PM

Clark University - Worcester, MA

Training offered at NO COST to all Law Enforcement (Lunch available at a cost of $15 at time of registration)

 

Pre-Registration Required

 

The FBI's Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted (LEOKA) program is a nation-wide law enforcement safety initiative. Ongoing research is dedicated to our nation’s law enforcement professionals who continue to make many sacrifices in serving and protecting society. The FBI-LEOKA Safety/Street Survival Training program is designed to assist law enforcement managers, trainers and personnel in the identification of training issues for the purpose of preventing the deaths and/or serious injuries of law enforcement personnel. This program is based on more than twenty-years of research by the FBI in collaboration with local state, and federal law enforcement agencies throughout the United States.

 

The instructor, Brian McAllister has worked in the law enforcement field for over 30 years.  Brian joined the Metropolitan Police Department, Washington, DC, in December 1981.  He began in uniform patrol and transitioned to investigator and was promoted to sergeant in 1988.  Brian was promoted to lieutenant in 1991 and remained in rank for 18½ years, serving 15 years as an investigative commander of a variety of units.  Brian further oversaw the creation of both the department’s Special Victims Unit and Bait Vehicle Program and retired as the Operations Commander within the Forensic Science Services Division in December 2009.  Brian is a graduate of the 208th Session of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s National Academy and is an FBI Certified LEOKA instructor. 

Seating is limited - Pre-Registration required: FBI-LEOKA Officer Safety Training

This training is open to ALL Law Enforcement Officers. ID's will be checked. Feel free to invite officers from your department.

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