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Being a member of the SNYPJOA gives you access and connections to some of the best Juvenile Police Professionals anywhere. Our programs provide some of the best training for Police Juvenile Officers, School Resource Officers and Juvenile Justice Professionals in the State of New York. Join us today to get membership benefits and up to date information and networking with the best in our workforce.
State of New York Police Juvenile Officers Association
New York's Juvenile Officer and School Resource Officers Association
UPCOMING SNYPJOA TRAINING
Mohawk Valley Police Academy
1101 Sherman Drive
Jorgenson Center Room 201
Utica, NY 13501
The School Safety Officer Course is for non-sworn safety and security officers working in schools with an SRO or solo. The course will emphasize three main areas of instruction: Functioning as a security officer in the school setting; Working effectively with students; and School Safety and Emergency Planning. Attendees will gain a working knowledge of the School Safety Officer concept, and how to establish a lasting partnership with their schools. This course is designed specifically for school safety and security staff.
Duration: 3 days (24 hours)
Cost: $400 per person for NASRO members / $450 per person for non-NASRO members
BASIC JUVENILE POLICE OFFICERS COURSE
Westchester County Police Academy
1 Dana Ave , Valhalla NY
April 8th - 12th, 2024
Cost: $250 for members, $350 non-members
This course is intended for the new juvenile officer enter the field as a juvenile justice specialist, who will be dealing with juvenile issues within their community. It will give Officers a basic introduction to dealing with juvenile related issues, as well as an insight into the systems and programs available to officers when dealing with juvenile issues. It will also give a basic introduction to handling in depth investigations such as child abuse, sexual abuse, and missing persons. This course is a must for the officer who has been assigned and just entering the juvenile justice field.
This 5-day, 38-hour certified course curriculum will include: role of the juvenile officer, laws and procedures of juvenile custody, laws relating to juveniles and applicable case law, functions of related governmental agencies, juvenile diversion programs, investigative techniques, interview and interrogation skills, interviewing the child victim/witness, child abuse investigations, substance abuse, missing person overview, signs of suicide, and current trends in juvenile crime. A SNYPJOA certification will be presented with the successful completion of the course.
All instructors are DCJS IDC certified or experts in the field that they instruct. This course is coordinated by the SNYPJOA Board of Directors and the Westchester County Policy Academy.