CPOC On-Demand

Training

Introduction to Peace Officer Bill of Rights Act (POBR)
New Offering

This self-paced training provides an overview of the origins of the Peace Officer Bill of Rights Act. The introductory session focuses on the origins, various provisions and application of the Act, including policy objectives, procedural requirements, and remedies for violations of the Act. Emphasis is on taking the time to get things right in the first instance. 

Training

Introduction to California Public Records Act (PRA)
New Offering

This self-paced introductory course provides the origin of the Public Records Act, overview of policy objectives, procedural requirements, freedom of information act (FOIA), and history of the California PRA. 

Cost: $60 ($17.50 Registration Fee + $12.50) - NOTE: if you are registered for in-person class that requires a prerequisite OnDemand training, you will NOT be charged in addition to the in-person training fee. 
STC #00345390 – (1 STC Hour)

Training

Implementation Overview of New Laws 2023 – Adult
New Offering

This 2-hour on-demand presentation will summarize and provide information on laws, newly signed by the Governor in September 2022, pertaining to adult probation and will be implemented in 2023. This session will discuss considerations and implications in implementing recently enacted legislation impacting probation departments and related state and local systems. This course is intended for probation professionals at all levels.

Presenter:
Danielle Sanchez, CPOC Legislative Director 

Training

Implementation Overview of New Laws 2023 – Juvenile
New Offering

This 2-hour on-demand presentation will summarize and provide information on laws, newly signed by the Governor in September 2022, pertaining to juvenile probation and will be implemented in 2023. This session will discuss considerations and implications in implementing recently enacted legislation impacting probation departments and related state and local systems. This course is intended for probation professionals at all levels.

Presenters:
Danielle Sanchez, CPOC Legislative Director 
Rosie McCool, CPOC Deputy Director 

Cost – $40.00 ($37.50 STC + $2.50 Registration Fee)

STC Number: 00492507 (2 STC Hours)

Certification Date: 10/15/2022  Expiration Date: 10/27/2024

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Training

California Pretrial Training: Pretrial Support, Part I
Now Available

The training will review the evidence-based and practical ways a pretrial services program can promote people’s pretrial success. The methods discussed in the training honor the presumption of innocence, the requirement of “least restrictive means,” and the principle of human dignity. In doing so, the focus of supervision shifts from managing failure to promoting success. Faculty will cover in detail the research on pretrial strategies (such as court notification, supervision, and electronic monitoring).

Training

California Pretrial Training: Arraignment Hearing

This course will review the role that a pretrial services program may play during the arraignment hearing. Faculty will review the legal principles of a meaningful arraignment and the importance of the pretrial assessment report that a pretrial services officer may provide to the court and other stakeholders. The course will also discuss the value of pretrial services attending the court hearing. Finally, faculty will present on the distinction between court-ordered release conditions and voluntary services. 

Training

California Pretrial Training: Before Arraignment

This course will review the role that a pretrial services program may play during the pre-arraignment time period. Participants will learn about how pretrial services may provide information to help judicial officers make the pre-arraignment release decisions. The session will also cover the basics on pretrial risk assessment tools, an overview of the most commonly used tools, the role of the assessor, and the importance of quality assurance. Faculty will also address the needs and ways to assess a person’s ability to meet a financial release condition.

Training

California Pretrial Training: Introduction to Pretrial

This course will provide foundational knowledge about pretrial services, and it will lay the groundwork for future, more in-depth training sessions. The course will cover the roles pretrial services may play throughout the pretrial phase, the legal and evidence-based principles underlying the pretrial phase and the provision of pretrial services, issues of racial equity within pretrial services, and the key distinctions between probation supervision and pretrial services. 

Training

Changes in Criminal Procedure Effective 2022: What Probation Officers Need to Know

This course will review the most important 2021 legislation changing California felony procedural rules relevant to probation officers and will emphasize those changes that will be reflected in reports to the court. Probation officers will be aware of new legislative changes as they relate to SB567, AB518, SB81, SB317, SB483, AB333, and SB73, and identify new statutes on release of probationers after arrest on a violation of probation.

Instructor: Judge Richard Couzens (Retired)

Cost – $40.00 ($37.50 STC + $2.50 Registration Fee)

Training

Vicarious Trauma: Learning the Importance of Self Care

This 2-hour self-paced training will assist officers with understanding the impact working with traumatized justice involved youth has on their minds and bodies. Officers will examine the sources of their stress and learn ways to identify ways to reduce that stress. Additionally, officers will examine ways they can be exposed to trauma vicariously and recognize the importance of self-care to combat burnout.

Instructor: Dr. Jennifer R. Jones-Damis, PsyD, LPC

Cost – $40.00 ($37.50 STC + $2.50 Registration Fee)

Training

Implementation Overview of Laws 2022 – Juvenile

This 2-hour on-demand presentation will summarize and provide information on signed laws pertaining to juvenile probation and implemented in 2022. This session will discuss considerations and implications of enacted legislation impacting probation departments and related state and local systems during 2022. This course is intended for probation professionals at all levels.

Presenters:
Danielle Sanchez, CPOC Legislative Director 
Rosie McCool, CPOC Deputy Director 

Cost – $40.00 ($37.50 STC + $2.50 Registration Fee)

STC Number: 00492507 (2 STC Hours)

Certification Date: 11/2021 Expiration Date: 11/2023

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Training

Implementation Overview of Laws 2022 – Adult

This 2-hour on-demand presentation will summarize and provide information on signed laws pertaining to adult probation and implemented in 2022. This session will discuss considerations and implications in enacted legislation impacting probation departments and related state and local systems during 2022. This course is intended for probation professionals at all levels.

Presenters:
Danielle Sanchez, CPOC Legislative Director 
Karen Pank, CPOC Executive Director 

Training

Understanding and Addressing Implicit Bias in the Justice System

Implicit bias is the automatic association we make between groups of people and stereotypes about those groups. None of us are immune to this and under certain conditions, these automatic associations can influence behavior, making people respond in biased ways even when they are not explicitly prejudiced.  This training will demonstrate that it is possible to mend the harm that racial stereotypes do to our minds and our public safety and offer ways to address it. 

Instructor: Dr. Jennifer R. Jones-Damis, PsyD, LPC

Training

California Legislative Process

This course will focus on “how a bill becomes a law” but also why it’s important to probation and your local planning. The training will cover the basic process as well as strategic concepts used historically and legislative trends that matter to the industry. This on-demand training will aim to peel back some of the layers how and why things happen that impact your day to day work. The course will cover both legislation as well as the state budget process using probation issues as the focus. The course is designed for anyone in probation but most useful for those involved in implement new laws or conduct legislative reviews.

Instructor: Karen Pank

Cost – $40.00 ($37.50 STC + $2.50 Registration Fee)

STC Number: 00963411 (2 STC Hour)

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Training

Adolescent Brain Science

Hear adolescent brain development expert Dr. Laurence Steinberg discuss the emerging adult brain science that should be informing our approach to juveniles and young adults in the justice system. Probation Officers has an important role in expanding opportunities for young people to develop in positive ways. Dr. Steinberg’s discussion will focus on facilitating positive development of young people in helping them become successful and competent adults.

Instructor: Dr. Laurence Steinberg

Cost – $30.00 ($18.75 STC + $11.25 Registration Fee)

STC Number: 05091036 (1 STC Hour)

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Training

Crisis Intervention Skills and Fostering Resilience in Corrections

This on demand webinar introduces participants to conflict resolution techniques to assist in de-escalating situations with clients and how to identify potentially triggering situations in order to intervene before escalation. Additionally, officers will be able to learn about resilience and the important role they play in fostering resilience in their clients. 

Instructor: Jennifer R. Jones-Damis, PsyD, LPC

Cost – $40.00 ($37.50 STC + $2.50 Registration Fee)

STC Number: 06321187 (2 STC Hours)

Training

Understanding Mental Illness in Corrections

The intersection of mental health and the behaviors leading to the justice system are at times difficult to distinguish. As a result, more and more officers working in communities and detention centers are often faced with individuals diagnosed with mental illnesses.  This training for officers and personnel in the criminal justice system in anticipation of the range of psychological challenges, diagnosed and undiagnosed, they are likely to encounter in their daily work.

Instructor: Dr. Jennifer R. Jones-Damis, PsyD, LPC

Cost – $40.00 ($37.50 STC + $2.50 Registration Fee)

STC Number: STC # 03422124 (2 STC Hours)