Law Enforcement Instructor

US-MD-Cheltenham
3 months ago
Job ID
2017-2280
# Positions
1
Category
Training Support - All Openings

Overview

Oak Grove Technologies, LLC, a fast-growing federal contractor is seeking Law Enforcement Instructors in support of a proposal with the United States Capitol Police (USCP).  Law Enforcement Instructors will teach beginner and advanced courses in law enforcement tactics, officer safety, and USCP policies and procedures. Training primarily will be held at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) in Cheltenham, Maryland; however, it may occasionally occur in Washington, D.C. on the U.S. Capitol complex; or on the marine Corp Base in Quantico, Virginia.

 

Oak Grove Technologies, LLC participates in E-Verify to determine an individual's identity and employment eligibility to work in the United States. E-Verify is a service of DHS and SSA

 

We are an AA/EEO/Veterans/Disabled Employer

Responsibilities

  • Research and analyze relevant case law for course presentation, and evaluate and revise course content as necessary.
  • Determine and outline coverage, specific goals, techniques, instructional aids and timing for each phase of each lesson.
  • Write and prepare lesson plans, course materials, evaluations and management recommendations in an accurate, concise manner without need for grammatical or content editing.  All lesson plans should be consistent with overall Department and law enforcement objectives.
  • Rate and score students/officers/officials (who participate in training programs) and make initial determination on whether they qualify or fail to qualify to meet department standard.
  • Analyze the results and exercise independent judgement and discretion in making recommendation to management on training policies and other training related processes.
  • Deviate from daily lesson plans as necessary to adjust to changes in law enforcement procedures, equipment and techniques.
  • Evaluate and advise on students’ progress by observing performance of students and by developing and administering tests on materials studied.
  • Stay abreast of literature and other materials in assigned training areas, evaluate the potential of new materials and instructional aides and participates in training workshops, seminars, and courses.
  • May be required to perform such administrative support training duties as class scheduling and coordination, record keeping and property management.

 

Qualifications

All Instructors must have successfully completed the Federal Law Enforcement Center’s (FLETC) Law Enforcement Instructor Training Program (LEITP), or equivalent, and must be able to work rotating hours and shifts to include days, evenings when required. Instructors should have a range of law enforcement knowledge and training experience in fields to include the following:

 

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited College or University in Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement or Police Science or equivalent. Law Enforcement experience may substitute for education.
  • Have a minimum of 10 years experience in law enforcement. Preference is given for Federal Law Enforcement Officer experience and/or Law Enforcement Instructor experience. Military or security experience does not substitute for law enforcement experience.
  • Instructors should have a range of law enforcement knowledge and training experience in fields to include the following: Contact stops and frisks, Domestic violence, District of Columbia law, Probable cause, Handling emotionally disturbed persons, Arrest processing, Use of force, Court procedures, Juvenile processing, Traffic regulation, Radio communications, Warrants, Report writing, Firearms, Emergency response, Incident command, Security screening, Physical fitness, Officer safety and defensive tactics, Search and seizure, ASP baton, OC Spray, Active shooter, Surveillance, Vehicle Response and Traffic stops, and Officer Survivor Tactics.

 

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