Training List
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Office of Inclusive Excellence Certificate
QuarterlyThe UCI strategic plan Bright Past. Brilliant Future aims to mobilize the campus in the service of inclusive excellence. At the center of this vision is the imperative to expect equity, support diversity, practice inclusion, and honor free speech. The Inclusive Excellence Certificate Program advances UCI’s commitment to these principles. It equips the campus community – faculty, students, and staff at both the main campus and medical center – to appreciate UCI from the vantage point of different campus constituencies.
Use of Force
Nov 2021
(every 2 years)
This course provided officers training regarding the topics of Use of Force required by the Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST). The intent of the training is to improve the officer’s knowledge of use of force laws and policies, de-escalation, non-violent crisis intervention, duty to intercede, as well as critical decision-making skills. The training consisted of facilitated discussion, case study analysis, and scenario-based exercises.
Disability Services Center (DSC)
Nov 2021DSC provided training for our officers. This training included a review of the historical treatment of disabled people and the evolution of disability rights. Officers learned more about the services DSC provides to students on campus and how our departments can work together with inclusivity in mind. Connections between mental illness, the disabled, the homeless, and the police were also examined.
Office of Equal Opportunity & Diversity (OEOD)
Nov 2021OEOD did an in-person training with UCIPD personnel and provided them with their annual Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment training. In compliance with state and federal regulations, the training included a review of discrimination based on protected bases, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, sexual assault, and retaliation. We also discussed UCIPD and OEOD’s partnership together and how we serve faculty, staff, and students.
UC National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement
Nov 2021This training focused on the following: the First Amendment, content neutral speech restrictions, constructive engagement and preparing for protest and potential disruption. The class included case studies and interactive discussion.
NW3C Webinar: Wellness in 2020 Policing
Oct 2021The year 2020 has brought an onslaught of new challenges in the criminal justice world. While officer wellness has always been an important topic, it is especially critical now. Law enforcement professionals share the importance and necessity of wellness and mental health programs for criminal justice professionals.
UCLC Managing Implicit Bias Series
2020-2021University of California Learning Center provides a series of six e-courses regarding Implicit Bias:
(1) What is Implicit Bias? (2) The Impact of Implicit Bias (3) Managing the Influence of Implicit Bias - Awareness (4) Common Forms of Bias (5) Managing the Influence of Implicit Bias - Mindfulness and Conscious De-biasing (6) Managing Implicit Bias in the Hiring Process
UCOP Webinar - Gender Identity and Gender Inclusive Best Practices
May 2021Gender inclusive communication is evolving as people increasingly embrace diverse gender identities, pronouns, and lived names. This session helps prepare investigators and other professionals to build better rapport and to consider the nuances of respectful and clear documentation.
Cultural Diversity
2021This training helps students understand how biases, stereotyping, and cultural humility concepts impact present-day policing practices. By increasing cultural humility, dispelling myths about common stereotypes, and understanding implicit biases, participants will improve community relationships and increase officer safety. Students learn principled policing techniques and communication strategies to effectively interact with diverse populations to gain greater voluntary compliance.
Implicit Bias & Racial Profiling
2021This training outlines differences between racism, racial profiling, and criminal profiling. Attendees analyze how implicit bias, stereotypes, and racial profiling impact individual interactions and overall trust within the community. Attendees will be able to apply strategies and perspective to dispel common stereotypes and biases about certain populations to increase officer safety, while using principled policing techniques to gain greater voluntary compliance. Course identifies relevant legal, ethical, and community considerations when working with diverse populations.
Critical Incident Response, Use of Force & De-Escalation
2020-2021Attendees will learn the most important elements of responding to and safely resolving critical incidents. Topics covered in class: use of force, threat analysis, de-escalation, command and control, perimeter tactics, ICS, active shooter, hostage/barricade, officer involved incidents, media relations, critical incident stress debriefing, and after action protocol.
Building a Safe, Respectful and Inclusive Workplace and Community
September 2020The goal of this training course is to provide participants with knowledge, awareness and skills in order to build a safe, respectful and inclusive workplace and community. It is an interactive training that will cover the following topics: implicit bias, fair and impartial policing, ethical and responsible decision-making, de-escalation, cultural diversity/human relations, critical thinking, and social and emotional competencies.
CARE Briefing Training
July 2020Advocates from Campus Assault Resources & Education (CARE) provided training for officers on what options and resources they can provide to victims.
Bias & Racial Profiling
June 2020The goal of this training was to provide law enforcement with an understanding of historical contexts and how they affect law enforcement’s ability to serve. This training reviewed the idea of history as it relates to racial bias and community perceptions, review potential ways biases may affect decision making, reveal how bias and profiling impact the profession and influences public perception, identify various communities’ perspectives and concerns, and reflect on diversity within law enforcement agencies.

Officers were guided through scenarios based on the following four topics:
1. History and Why It Matters
2. The Importance of Community
3. Understanding Bias and Profiling
4. Recognizing Diverse Cultures & Populations
Crisis Intervention &
2020This course will update officers on use of force changes from AB392 emphasizing de-escalation techniques, implicit bias, cultural awareness, and respecting the dignity and worth of human life. The training is also designed to enhance officer response to persons with developmental and intellectual disabilities, mental illness, and/or substance use disorders. It is an interactive course where, through group learning activities, participants will practice effective communication techniques to increase voluntary compliance and defuse tense situations. Students will participate in discussion, demonstrations, and role plays.
Sexual Assault for First Responders
2015, 2018, 2021This course provides first responding officers with tools to conduct more effective investigations. The instructional team includes a law enforcement officer, a prosecutor, and an advocate, all of whom have extensive experience handling sexual assault crimes.
Domestic Violence for First Responders
(every 2 years)
This course is for patrol officers and supervisors responsible for the preliminary response to domestic violence calls. This interactive training provides students with skills necessary to safely and successfully handle these calls for service. A dynamic and multi-disciplinary team of instructors provide case examples, facilitate discussion around common challenges and provide strategies for overcoming those issues.
Trauma Informed Interviewing
December 2019This was a training provided by UCI Campus Assault Resources & Education (CARE). The training reviewed how trauma affects the brain and other physiological effects of trauma. Officers were also trained on best practices when interviewing survivors of sexual assault.
Unconscious/Implicit Bias Performance
October 2019A theatrical performance about implicit biases by Pure Praxis, a social theater group dedicated to cultural change. This was a performance hosted by the Office of Access and Inclusion.
Mental Health Videos Briefing Training
October 2019Officers watched four videos relating to law enforcement response and handling of mental health issues in the field.
LEO Autism Awareness
October 2019This was an online training for autism awareness. It provided training for best practices for law enforcement officers responding to individuals with autism.
UCI Disability Center Briefing Training
March 2019The Disability Services Center (DSC) trained officers during briefing about the role of the DSC, the disabilities officers may come into contact within the campus community, both visible and invisible, and best practices for officers during calls for service.
UCI LGBTQ+ Resource Center Briefing Training
September 2018The LGBTQ+ RC held a briefing training for officers to provide an overview of the LGBTQ+ community, its history on campus, and the resources the center provides. The training also addressed the use of pronouns and how officers can better serve others during calls for service.