Training

The Training Division’s main function is assigning all mandated training, as well as specialized training, to members of the police department. Police officers receive annual and bi-annual training via PowerPoint lessons and follow-up exams to ensure adequate knowledge on the subjects. The division also manages the semi-annual firearms qualifications for the department, Patrol Rifle program, and the ESU Team. The following is a list of department-required training for law enforcement officers:

Bleeding Control for the Injured Bloodborne Pathogens
Body Camera Tactics C.P.R Training
Body Camera Training De-Escalation anad Tactical Restraint Technique for Emotionally Disturbed Persons
CLEAR Institute Law Enforcement and the Jewish Orthodox Religion Detainee Transportation
Coronavirus Awareness Training Domestic Violence Training
Criminal Justice Information Services Training Elizabeth Police Department Courtroom Testimony Training
Elizabeth Police Bias Based Policing Elizabeth Police Ethics and Conflict of Interest
Emergency Vehicle Operations Control Extreme Risk Protection Order
Emotionally Disturbed Person Training Firearms Training Stimulator
Fair and Impartial Policing LEO Response to Special Needs/Mental Health Issues
Law Enforcement Interactions with Transgender Individuals Police Interactions with Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Law Enforcement Response to Sexual Assault Racially Influenced Police Training
Legal Updates Security Awareness Training
Narcan Demo Social Media and Law Enforcement
Off Duty Behavior Temporary Detention Management Training
Oleoresin Capsicum Refresher Training Training for Lawsoft Computer Usage
Performance Evaluation Training Tactical Firearms
Police Officer Training on Immigration Directive Vehicular Pursuit Training
Semi-Annual Firearms Qualification  
Workplace Harassment and Discrimination