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Basic Academy



Multi-Purpose Center 258
P.O. Box 10072
Beaumont, Texas 77710
Phone: (409) 880-8022
Fax: (409) 880-2369

Basic Instructor Course
11/10 through 11/13 (4 - 10 hour days)
Police Academy, 40 hours
Basic F. T. O. Course
11/17 through 11/20, (4 -- 10 hour days)
Police Academy, 40 hours
Cell Phone and Data Recovery for Law Enforcement
1/7 through 1/8, 2015
802 East Lavaca, MPC Building, Room 252.

The Regional Academy will host the following cell phone/data recovery course. Payment and registration are through the provider (see the attachment).
This class is NOT FREE for the Region.
Please be sure to register with and pay the provider.
Advanced FTO Course
1/13 through 1/15, 2015
Police Academy, 24 hours. This class is conducted by nationally renowned instructor Neal Troutman. Excellent course.
Criminal Investigations/New Detective course
Public Agency Training Council Course

1/26 through 1/30, 2015
Police Academy, 36 hours
Caliber Press Street Survival course
5/11 through 5/12, 2015
Police Academy building, 16 hours
Patrol Tactics
instructed by Ray DeCunto

5/20 through 5/22, 2015
Beaumont Police Department Range House, 24 hours
Many of you have attended courses taught by Ray, either the Street Survival course, his Narcotics Officers Tactics course or the Patrol Tactics course he taught here in March of 2014. Excellent hands on course.

To register, email Please include the name, DOB, and PID number of each attendee. Also, if there is a fee please state in the email that we may bill you for it. Officers and employees of law enforcement agencies in the COG (South East Texas Regional Planning Commission) area are given preference for admission to courses provided by the Regional Academy. Officers from other agencies may be admitted if space permits.

Reminder that TCLEOSE requires that students attend ALL training to receive credit for a course. Only emergencies that occur during a course constitute an excused absence and any time missed as a result must be made up. Attendees of courses may not miss more than 10% of a course and still receive credit for it.