National Campus Law Enforcement Trainer Development Program on Sexual and Gender-Based Violence                              

The East Central University (ECU) Safety Training and Technical Assistance for Administrators, Boards, and Law Enforcement (STTAABLE) Program, with funding from the Office on Violence Against Women, is partnering with the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) to offer a free trainer development opportunity for campus law enforcement.

The Campus Law Enforcement Trainer Development Program (TDP) is a 3-day, participatory program that combines skill-building and practical training enhancement activities with sexual and gender-based violence content. The TDP is designed to enhance trainer knowledge of the critical issues while expanding trainers’ skill-sets and ability to re-deliver and convey the content to officers and trainees.

Application Information:Applicants must be U.S. law enforcement or campus security/public safety representatives, sworn or non-sworn. Applicants who have a basic knowledge of crimes of sexual assault, dating/domestic violence and stalking on campus and have previously trained law enforcement and/or campus partner audiences are encouraged to apply. Applications from colleges/universities that receive OVW Grants to Reduce Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, and Stalking on Campus Program (OVW Campus grantees) will be prioritized.  Two individuals from each school should consider applying and attending the event as a team; OVW consortium grantees may send up to four individuals. Please note, selection of one member in a department does not guarantee others will be accepted.

Event Costs: There is no registration cost for the event. To cover travel and lodging expenses, we encourage you to use your OVW Grants to Reduce Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, and Stalking on Campus Program, if applicable, or contact your state STOP/VAWA administrator to inquire if there is statewide funding set aside for law enforcement training. Your state domestic violence/sexual assault coalition may also have funding available through STOP/VAWA or other sources to help support your attendance at the National Campus Law Enforcement Trainer Development Program.

Additional Information: Please direct questions to Lindsey Tilley, Director, East Central University STTAABLE Campus Program via e-mail at  or by calling (580)559-5465.

Next AvailableTraining:

April 25, 26, 27, 2017 in El Paso, TX at the University of Texas-El Paso

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Application Steps
1.  Complete the application form.
2.  Mail or email the completed and signed application form to Lindsey Tilley, Director, STTAABLE Program,1100 E 14th St, Box S-67, Ada, OK 74820 or .

Confirmation will be sent upon receipt of applications. Formal notice of acceptance will be sent to those applicants selected for participation in the training event.