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US IPA TRAINING PROGRAM 

 

 

INTERNATIONAL POLICE ASSOCIATION - UNITED STATES SECTION

 

2017 World Seminar for Young Police Officers

 

** Non - US Members Please Contact Your Home Section For Details On Consideration By Your Home Section - The Training is Limited To 2-3 Members Per Section Based On Interest***

 

The US Section will be hosting the 4th World Seminar for Young Police Officers from June 11 – 16, 2017.

We have begun to put together this program with the assistance of Region 56 (Wisconsin) and Northeast Wisconsin Technical College in Green Bay, Wisconsin. This college has been a gracious host for our last two US Section training programs, and will be great hosts as we bring 60 officers from 30 + sections of the International Police Association together for a week of training and social events.

 

We plan to offer training on international topics such as equal opportunities and legitimacy, and the IPA as an organization, policing in the United States, Native American gangs, scenario based training with active shooters, drone technology and law enforcement, officer safety and survival, and much more.

 

We will also visit the Madison, Wisconsin and take in the many social opportunities that these areas can offer along with visits to area agencies, and the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Memorial.

 

US members between the ages of 21-35 are eligible to put in their name for consideration and selection to attend.

 

The deadline for application is Sunday, November 20, 2016. Selection will be made shortly after the deadline to allow our members time to confirm time off with their agencies and adequate time for planning.

 

Initial Qualifications are:

  •  Be a REGULAR member of the IPA in good standing  (Associate members do not qualify)
  •   Be an officer with a US law enforcement agency, and between the ages of 21-35 years of age
  •   Have been a member of the IPA for at least 1 full year  (this is an International requirement)
  •   Be willing to submit an article for use in the “National Reporter” on your experience at the event

 

Members interested in attending should submit the following information to the US Section 2nd National Vice President:

 

  • Your interest in attending this event and a brief resume of your Law Enforcement career
  •  Along with the above information please submit a brief written submission on why you should be selected to attend the    training program from all of the other candidates.
  • Optional: Region board member  recommendation from your respective region of membership

**Selected US members will be responsible for travel expenses to and from the training site in Green Bay, Wisconsin and several meals during the event, but everything else will be covered through donations, sponsorships, and support from the International Section.

 

 

Candidates can submit documentation, questions, or requests for more information to:   2VP@IPA-USA.ORG



Lodging:

A block of rooms at St. Norbert College will be held for attendees. Linens (blankets, sheets, pillows, and towels) included.

 

A shuttle service will be provided to and from conference site and airport. 

 

Airport Information:

The closest airport for the training site is:

Austin Straubel (Green Bay) Airport

Airport Code:  GRB

 

 

** We will return to our normal training program schedule in June of 2018**

 

 

Questions Contact:

US Section 2nd Vice President Joe Johnson

 

 2vp@ipa-usa.org


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