In-Service Training offered by the WSCJTC includes self-paced eLearning sessions and courses (using Adobe Connect) that can be conveniently taken online and on your time schedule. We also offer DVD/CD based training courses that are available upon request (link below). Both of these free training opportunities are open to Washington law enforcement agencies only at this time and can be used toward meeting the 24 hour mandated training requirement for peace officers in Washington State. As budget and time allows, we hope to add similar eLearning access to Telecomm and Corrections personnel.
Please look at our Frequently Asked Questions page for more information on In-Service Training.
QUICKLINK to eLearning: http://elearning.cjtc.state.wa.us (you must have a login & password to access this system)
In-Service eLearning Online Sessions:QUICKLINK
to eLearning: http://elearning.cjtc.state.wa.us
(you must have a login & password to access this system)
Training are delivered in short training sessions built on a PowerPoint platform. Actual length of a segment depends partly on the user’s pace in completing the lesson; but generally, the time required is seven minutes or less. New sessions are added periodically. NEW eLearning Sessions:
We have a new look and functionality to the eLearning sessions, please click here to view the information in Word format
How To Register: Download the eLearning registration form: (Choose PDF or WORD) You must register before you can take the courses listed below.
In-Service Online Courses:
Courses are delivered in longer training sessions. Length of a course and its individual segments will vary and depend partly on the user’s pace in completing the lessons. New course will be periodically. You must register for a login and password to access these courses.
Safe Call Now:
Gordon Graham introduces and provides commentary on four issues public safety employees and their families may need help with – financial stress, domestic issues, suicide, and substance abuse.
Safe Call Now – Savings the Lives of Those Who Protect Us – Make the Call: It takes a special kind of person to protect the lives and property of others. You can’t do this job if you don’t take care of yourself. Safe Call Now is a 24-hour crisis referral line for public safety workers and their families; a safe place to turn to get help from individuals who understand the demands of the job and who may have endured the same struggles.
Click on the two icons below to access the videos directly from this page:
(Peace Officers: you can earn one-hour of credit toward your 24-hour of mandated in-service training when your viewing of the combined videos is recorded on your internal agency training record – viewing this material from the links above does not update your WSCJTC records).
Missing Person Investigations:
7 Course Modules This innovative and important training program is brought to you by the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission and Missing Persons and Unidentified Remains Task Force. Officers finsihing this course can receive 4 hours of credit toward mandated training when completion is logged on an agency's internal training record.
Missing Persons Investigations Module 1: Introduction (00:08:20 minutes)
Missing Persons Investigations Module 2: Call (00:05:00 minutes)
Missing Persons Investigations Module 3: Initial Response (00:09:00 minutes)
Missing Persons Module 4: Follow-Up Investigation (00:02:35 minutes)
Missing Persons Module 5: Reporting Responsibilities (00:01:35 minutes)
Missing Persons Module 6: Closure of the Investigation (00:01:05 minutes)
Missing Persons Module 7: Resources (00:01:40 minutes)
Do you still have questions? Please view our Frequently Asked Questions page or Please contact us by Email:
If your agency is interested in registering for this training, please download the registration form below. The WSCJTC has created an In-Service training record template to assist you in the documentation of your training efforts. This document can be modified to suit your needs. The template is available below.
For legal advice related to the issues presented in any of the modules, consult your county prosecuting attorney or other legal advisor.
Download the eLearning registration form now: (Choose PDF or WORD).
Download the In-Service training record template form now: (Available in Microsoft Excel format).
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PLEASE NOTE: Many of the downloadable items on this page are available in PDF format. If you need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader, please follow this link.