The Multijurisdictional Counterdrug Task Force Training (MCTFT) program provides unique, tuition-free, courses covering all aspects of counterdrug law enforcement and training support for community anti-drug coalitions. MCTFT is a division of the Center for Public Safety Innovation.
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In the United States, a person dies by suicide every 16 minutes. Suicide is preventable and you can make a difference. By taking 5 minutes to get involved and become informed, you will be part of a national movement to save lives. Visit Take 5 to save lives for more information.
Healthy Officers Are Safer Officers: The Nexus Between Performance & Health
Last year, 177 police officers lost their lives in the line of duty and 143 committed suicide. These deaths are devastating and unacceptable. The National Institute of Justice has developed a robust research portfolio to improve officer safety and wellness and, ultimately, save lives. The experts on this panel will discuss some of the evidence-based practices and policies that law enforcement agencies can put into operation to reduce officer deaths and improve wellness and performance.
Mortgage Fraud and Vacant Property Crime The Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) is offering training and technical assistance (TTA) for state and local agencies and organizations that need help in their efforts to prevent, investigate and prosecute mortgage fraud and crimes associated with vacant properties.
Gang Abatement / Violence Interruption
More than 200 people, including St. Petersburg Mayor Bill Foster, came to the Allstate Center on Friday, January 13th, 2012 for Alfred Lomas' presentation about gang abatement and violence intervention.
The Multijurisdictional Counterdrug Task Force Training program (MCTFT) program provides unique, tuition-free, courses covering all aspects of counterdrug law enforcement and training support for community anti-drug coalitions. This program is a federally funded partnership through the Department of Defense between the Florida National Guard and St. Petersburg College. This program is nationally responsive and is located at the Southeastern Public Safety Institute (SEPSI) of St. Petersburg College in St. Petersburg, Florida.
* Training Numbers Note: Numbers reflect Law enforcement and military personnel trained in traditional classroom settings, at conferences, through satellite broadcasts, CD-ROMS and tapes, webcasts, and online classes. Cable access numbers are not included. Visit our training statistics page for more details.