Law Enforcement Training Program (LETP)
This program is funded through a grant award to RTC/GTA from the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Service (Cal OES). The RTC/GTA has worked on this program since its inception in the early 1990s. The program is unique in that it provides current training to law enforcement and public safety dispatchers through a multidisciplinary team trained in adult learning concepts.
Current Course Offerings:
- ICI Domestic Violence Investigations (DVI)
- Officer Involved Domestic Violence (OIDV)
- Domestic Violence for Crisis Negotiators (DVCN)
- Domestic Violence for First Responders
- Sexual Assault for First Responders
- Domestic Violence for Public Safety Dispatchers
- Sexual Assault for Public Safety Dispatchers
- Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault for Public Safety Dispatchers (Special Combo Offering)
Past Course Offerings:
- Advanced Sexual Assault Investigations
- Domestic Violence Expert Witness
- Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault on Tribal Land
- Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault in the Campus Community
There are no costs in tuition for any of the courses offered through this program. In addition, scholarship funding is available to support reimbursement of travel expenses for students and/or their agencies in attending these courses. Please contact Program Assistant Lauren Bunn at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional details.
Hosting a Course at your Agency:
- Provide a training room large enough for 25-30 students
- Provide basic AV equipment – LCD projector and screen, speakers, flip chart with paper (if no whiteboard). If no A/V equipment available, RTC/GTA can still assist providing the course locally and will send equipment as necessary.
- Most importantly – ADVERTISE the class(es) to local agencies! The RTC/GTA will create a flyer for the course and advertise, but in our experience, local advertising makes the difference in obtaining enough students to run the course successfully!
These courses are supported by Grant No. PO20088519 awarded by the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Service (Cal OES). The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibit are those of the author(s) and not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women or the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Service (Cal OES). The the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Service (Cal OES) reserves a royalty-free, nonexclusive, and irrevocable license to reproduce, publish, and use this material and to authorize others to do so.