2017 Training Schedule

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Training Schedule - 2018

 

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COURSE              Defensive Tactics Instructor  -   06-099-01-18

Course Sponsor:   Delhi Police Dept.   

Training Tech:      Capt. James H. Small    - 607-434-6101

Contact Info:        9 Court Street, Delhi, N.Y. 13753

                               607-434-6101 cell   607-746-2249  dept.                                    

Email Address:    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   

Fax Application:  607-746- 6149. 

Course Dates:      Jan. 2nd, 2018 thru Jan. 12, 2018 

Start and end times:  0800 hrs     to      1800 hrs 

Course Location:    SUNY Delhi, Clark Field Center, Delhi, N.Y.   

County:     Delaware  

Location Address:   Main Street, Delhi, N.Y.  

Room Capacity:      20   

Course Description:   DCJS Defensive Tactics Instructor Course. Students must pass 50% Cooper Fitness Standard.  $250.00 reg. Fee. 

Equipment Needed: Lap Top, PT gear, duty belt, baton, cuffs, etc.

Reg. Form can be obtained at www.villageofdelhi.com,  or by contacting Capt. Small.

 

For further information or questions on lodging, contact Delhi Police.

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TRAINING COURSE

On February 28th, 2018, the Delhi Police Dept. will host a four hour seminar on Incident Response to Active Shooter, (IRAS). This course will include classroom lecture and a practical exercise at the Delhi Elementary School building. The course is intended only for officers that have completed the DCJS basic active shooter response course.

The class will begin at the Delhi Police Dept., with a focus on the latest incidents from around the United States, new techniques, terminology, tactics and response will be reviewed. The focus will be on “Reality Based Training”, keeping the perspective of how an incident will go down in a rural area, and what the response would normally be.

The practical exercise will engage the officers in realistic situations that might occur in a school setting, with blue training guns only, no live fire or SIMUNITIONS will be involved with this class. Blue training guns will be provided. There is NO COST for this training class. Class size is limited, however, so, first come, first serve for registration.

Registration forms can be obtained at the www.villageofdelhi.com web site.

For further information, contact Capt. James Small at 607-434-6101 or via email at:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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New DCJS Conducted Energy Device (TASER) Course

March 2 and 3, 2018.  0800 hrs to 1600 hrs.

Class will be held at SUNY Delhi, Sanford Hall.

This is the new NEW YORK STATE certified course for agencies using a CED type of device. It is also a “Train the Trainer” for all IDC-GT certified police and peace officer instructors. Attending this course will allow a GT Instructor to teach the CED class.

Cost is $100.00 for both days.  Students must bring duty belt, CED device and holster, plus two cartridges, training cartridges are preferred. Payment and tax ID information can be obtained thru the Village Clerk’s Office, 746-2258.

Class size is limited, so, first come-first served for registration.

Reg. form can be found at www.villageofdelhi.com. Contact Capt. James H. Small at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 607-434-6101, for more information. 

 
 
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Please take the time to place that blue light at your house this holiday season!
“PROJECT BLUE LIGHT” 
The holiday season is fast approaching, and many people are already putting up Christmas decorations.  Please keep Project Blue Light, in your mind, as you decorate your residence. This memorial began in 1988, when the mother of a slain Philadelphia police officer, placed a solitary blue candle in her window, to honor his memory.  Since that first year, Concerns Of Police Survivors, (COPS), has promoted this simple gesture, on a nationwide basis, as a way for citizens and communities to show their support for all of the law enforcement officers that have made the supreme sacrifice.

A blue light is a sign of peace, and all of our brave men and women wearing a police uniform, are peacekeepers, working all hours of the day and night, every day of the year, to protect and serve the communities where they work.  Its extremely nice to patrol around the Village, Town or County, and see blue lights in the windows of residences, honoring our fallen comrades and showing on duty officers that the community cares and appreciates what they do.

Please take the time to place that blue light at your house this holiday season!
 
 
 

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