Chief James G. Jackson Columbus Police Academy
1000 North Hague Avenue
Columbus, Ohio  43204

Phone: (614) 645-5028

A December 13, 2004 ribbon cutting ceremony officially opened the first phase of the new Columbus Police Academy and Regional Training Center.  Aside from traditional classrooms and lecture halls, the new 166,288 square foot main facility houses scenario rooms for experiential based training; a forensics classroom for evidence collection, preservation and processing; physical conditioning center; gymnasium; aquatic center; defensive tactics training rooms; and an auditorium that seats over 500 people.  Work on future phases of the training complex will continue.  The design phase for “Tac Town” and the driving components of the overall project has been completed and awaits funding for construction.  The new training complex is truly a state-of-the-art facility. 

The below classes are open to all certified law enforcement officers who are presently employed by a law enforcement agency. A Columbus Police Officer will confirm your employment prior to your attendance. Registration for these classes will be completed by email only at: regionaltraining@columbuspolice.org.  If you have questions regarding any of these classes please e/mail the Advanced Training Staff at regionaltraining@columbuspolice.org,  or call: (614) 645-5028.

2015 Regional Training Center Schedule:

Date(s):
Subject:
Varied Bike Rapid Response Team Training
Varied Bicycle Officer Certification Course
04/20/15 - 04/23/15 Investigative Strategies for Child Abduction Cases
04/27/15 - 04/28/15 Child Death Investigation: Child Death Scene to Court
04/28/15 - 04/29/15 The Darker Side of Social Networking
05/05/15 - 05/07/15 Criminal Investigation for Street Patrol and New Criminal Investigators
05/08/15 Teaching Criminal Justice after Retirement
05/11/15 - 05/12/15 Documenting Force
05/27/15 - 05/28/15 Internet Tools for Criminal Investigators
06/09/15 - 06/11/15 Hands-On Fingerprint Recovery
06/15/15 - 06/17/15 Developing Performance Leadership for Supervisors
06/15/15 - 06/19/15 OVI-2 Standarized Field Sobriety Testing - Advanced SFST
06/17/15 - 06/18/15 Blue Courage
06/24/15 PTSD: Responding to Returning Veterans
06/29/15 Ohio's Scrap Metal Law
06/29/15 Prisoner Control, Search and Transportation Techniques
07/01/15 Ohio Homeland Security and FBI CJIS Leep Services
07/07/15 - 07/08/15 Managing the Property & Evidence Room
07/14/15 - 07/16/15 Social Media & Community Outreach
07/21/15 - 07/23/15 Use of Force and Documentation
08/03/15 - 08/04/15 Grants Management Training
08/25/15 - 08/27/15 First Line Supervision: Mastering Leadership Skills
09/14/15 - 09/15/15 Media Relations & On Camera Training
09/15/15 - 09/18/15 Advanced Interrogation Techniques
09/17/15 Identity Theft Training
09/29/15 - 09/30/15 Cell Phone Investigation Techniques
10/07/15 - 10/09/15 Introduction to Crime Prevention
10/13/15 Drug & Criminal Interdiction Techniques
10/16/15 - 10/18-15 Leadership Skills for Challenging Times
10/21/15 - 10/22/15 Supervising the Toxic Officer
10/22/15 Leadership for Reducing Organizational Stress in Law Enforcement
10/23/15 Breach Point for Police Officers
10/26/15 - 10/27/15 Child Death Investigation: Child Death Scene to Court
10/27/15 Advanced Search & Seizure
11/02/15 - 11/04/15 Investigative Statement Analysis
11/09/15 First Responder Computer Analysis Training
11/09/15 - 11/10/15 Documenting Force

 

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Chief James G. Jackson Columbus Police Academy is located at
1000 North Hague Avenue Columbus, Ohio  43204

 

The Columbus Division of Police Training Bureau is committed to providing students with the finest law enforcement training available utilizing the most effective and efficient technologies in a modern, safe, and professional environment to establish superior institutional knowledge. The Training Bureau will employ the most up to date methodologies that are relevant and instructionally sound.

Our primary responsibility is the professional development and education of Columbus Police personnel. We will constantly strive to create an atmosphere that is conducive to the learning process, and represents the values and highest traditions of professionalism embraced by the City of Columbus and Division of Police. With this goal confidently in mind, we will provide our students with the skills and knowledge necessary to successfully carry out Divisional goals, maintain CALEA standards and embrace the Division's core values.