Law Enforcement Training Courses
The Statewide Comprehensive LEL Support and Distracted Driving for Peace Officers program elevates traffic safety throughout the State of Texas. The Law Enforcement Liaison team works in an all-inclusive role with the Texas Department of Transportation to provide FREE educational training on several traffic safety topics.
is a FREE, 4-hour TCOLE credited course: created to help law enforcement understand the risks associated with distracted driving. Law Enforcement officers are subject to numerous and constant distractions that can lead rapidly to serious injury and death while operating an emergency vehicle.
is a FREE, 4-hour TCOLE credited course: created to create an awareness of the importance of CPS (Child Passenger Safety) education and enforcement in preventing child passenger deaths and injuries.
is a FREE, 4-hour TCOLE credited course: created to introduce officers to the new philosophy of S.T.E.P. using the DDACTS model. Officers will learn why proper vehicle stop protocol is important and how to be professional and effective.
is a FREE, 2-hour TCOLE credited course: created to understand what good data is, where to find that data, how to consistently capture the data, and make sure that it is accessible and retrievable. This course benefits all employees of the law enforcement organization, from civilian staff, officers, supervisors to the Chief or Sheriff.
is a FREE, 2-hour credited course: created to generate a fresh approach, a new way of thinking, and expand the perceptions of SPEED on roadway safety. Speed injures, speed kills, in general SPEED, in every context, is bad. This course benefits all employees of the law enforcement organization, from civilian staff, officers, supervisors to the Chief or Sheriff.
is a FREE 2-hour credited course: created to explore other tragedies and epidemics, looking at how they fail in comparison to an estimated 40,000 roadway deaths every year. We will cover the reasons traffic fatalities go unmentioned and unrecognized as major issues in our culture, and ways in which patrol officers in Texas can make a huge difference in this area.