Sheriffs' Association of Texas

Other Training - not hosted by SAT

 TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES
Updated: 1/20/2022




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Discussion of the 2021 Fatality Numbers and In-Depth Review of Traffic-Related Cases

February 2, 2022  1:00pm ET 

Participate Virtually

This webinar is free of charge

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Advanced Civil Process

40 Hours

TCOLE #3101 

February 14-18, 2022

Kilgore, East Texas Police Academy, 903-808-0573  

Class is limited to 25 students - early registration recommended

Instructor:  John Steinsiek

50 plus years in law enforcement, 30 years civil law experience, author of LexisNexis "Civil Process for Texas" (now published by Blue360Media). He serves as Civil Process Consultant for the Sheriffs Association of Texas.

Students will receive the current (2020-2021) edition of the "Civil Process for Texas" Book.  The book is used as a text book for the class. Students will also receive the current edition of "John Steinsiek's Civil Forms and Returns" on a Portable Flash Drive.  Students may bring a laptop with Microsoft Office (Word and Excel are need to run the forms programs). The students will work real papers in class and complete returns.

Course Content

#1. General Rules and codes that governs issuing process, service fees and the officers duty.  #2. Citation, subpoenas, and notices.  #3. Prejudgment Writs and Bonds.  #4. Post judgment writs, finance code, liability, exempt property.  #5. Other Writs, certiorari, habeas corpus, mandamus, protective orders and others.  #6. Landlord Tenant Relations, eviction, writ of reentry, writ of restoration and others. #7. Manufactured Housing.  #8.  Tax Suits.  #9.  The Justice of the Peace Rules.

Call Kilgore, East Texas Police Academy, 903-808-0573  




Registration is open for

VALOR Web events:  Serving Warrants: A Safer Path Forward Part I & II Sponsored by DOJ's Bureau of Justice Assistance

Description:  Intentional steps must be taken to increase safety and minimize the risk to officers, civilians, and subjects. Join Lieutenant Floyd Wiley (retired), Chief David Flory (retired) Chief Joe McHale (retired), and Lieutenant Sam Sorensen in a two-part series as they discuss common safety issues with serving warrants and how to combat those issues with promising practices.

Participation in both events is not required but strongly recommended. This series will be recorded and posted on www.valorforblue.org 

  • Tuesday, January 18, 2022 - Serving Warrants: A Safer Path Forward - Part I

https://www.valorforblue.org/VALOR-Training/VALOR-Training-Events/January-18-2022-Virtual-Event--2

  • Tuesday, February 8, 2022 - Serving Warrants: A Safer Path Forward - Part II

              https://www.valorforblue.org/VALOR-Training/VALOR-Training-Events/February-8-2022-Virtual-Event- 

 




Fit for Duty Flyer

VALOR Institute for Intergovernmental Research (IIR) will be conducting this virtual training course, Fit for Duty:  Physical Health for Officer Safety, three more times during January.

  • January 20, 2022
  • January 25, 2022
  • January 22, 2022

Here is a link to register for this valuable, informative, and no-cost virtual training; http://ow.ly/Rkwx50Hkqg6 

 




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2022 Women in Criminal Justice Conference

hosted by

Correctional Management Institute of Texas

2022 Conference will be held at the Galveston Island Convention Center in Galveston, Texas, March 29-April 1, 2022.  The host hotel will be the Galveston Island Hilton

Click here for more information and registration

Register now for the 2022 Women in Criminal Justice Conference hosted by the Correctional Management Institute of Texas!  The 2022 Conference will be held at the Galveston Island Convention Center in Galveston, Texas, March 29-April 1, 2022. 

The host hotel will be the Galveston Island Hilton.   The room block IS NOT FULL.  Rooms are available arriving Monday, March 28th and departing Friday, April 1st.  If you need rooms outside these dates due to travel, please let me know.  Also, when making reservations (409-744-5000), hit zero and ask for in-house reservations.




 

NatlLawEnforcementHaving a will is arguably one of the most important things you can do for yourself and your family. A will legally protects your spouse, children, and assets, and it enables you to spell out exactly how you wish to handle the things for which you've worked so hard.

At the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, we want to help you make this goal a reality. That is why we are observing August National Make-a-Will Month by bringing you FreeWill.com - a free, online resource that guides you through the process of creating a legally valid will in 20 minutes or less.

GET MY FREE WILL

Your foresight and generosity will have a lasting impact on your loved ones. While creating your estate plan, I hope you include a gift to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund and leave a legacy for future generations of law enforcement. When you make a planned gift, you have an opportunity to become a member of our Circle of Valor - a special group of visionary donors.