january, 2022

10janAll Day14Event Over2022 New Police Chiefs OrientationNew Police Chief Orientation

Event Details

The New police chief orientation will be held January 9-14, 2022 at the Embassy Suites located at 200 township Place, Ridgeland,MS

This training is mandatory by state statute for all MUNICIPAL POLICE CHIEFS appointed with the last year and have not previously attended the training.
The tuition is paid directly to the Association by the State. Room and meals are reimbursed to the agency after completion of the training. Everyone is encouraged to stay at the hotel which will help in the logistics of the class.
Below is the hotel information:
Embassy Suites by Hilton Jackson North Ridgeland, please follow this link for more information about the Center:
https://www.hilton.com/en/hotels/janrges-embassy-suites-jackson-north-ridgeland/
Embassy Suites
Double Queens/ single King nightly rate: $149.00 plus tax ( all rooms are suites)

RESERVATIONS
Guests can make reservations by calling the hotel directly at 601-607-7112 or 1-800-HILTONS

To pay based on the tax-exempt status a letter must be presented to the hotel. If you contact the hotel directly to reserve your rooms please use the code NPC when requesting reservations.
Room Block is available until 12/30/20.

Breakfast and lunch will be provided each day.

Dress: Business casual with the exception of the day you will travel to the Capitol and then you are requested to be in uniform.
please see the Mississippi State Statute which requires this training:

Becasue of the limited number of spaces available (35) we must provide slots to municipal police chiefs first, so please register ASAP and as we come closer to the closing date we will adjust attendance as much as possible to accommodate Chiefs of other jurisdictions not required in the statute.

Mississippi Code
Title 45 – PUBLIC SAFETY AND GOOD ORDER
Chapter 6 – LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS TRAINING PROGRAM
§ 45-6-19 – Continuing education requirement for municipal police chiefs and officers

Universal Citation: MS Code § 45-6-19 (2013)
(1) The chief of police of any municipality in the State of Mississippi is required to annually complete twenty (20) hours of executive-level continuing education courses which are approved by the Mississippi Board on Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Training. Any new chief of police having never previously served in that capacity is required to complete forty (40) hours of executive-level continuing education courses for his first year of service. Such education courses may be provided by an accredited law enforcement academy or by the Mississippi Association of Chiefs of Police.

(2) Any police officer of any municipality in the State of Mississippi is required to annually complete a specified number of hours, as stated in this subsection, of continuing education courses which are approved by the Mississippi Board on Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Training. The following number of hours of continuing education courses is required for municipal police officers based upon the number of years following July 1, 2004:

0-2 years after July 1, 2004……………………8 hours of annual training

3-4 years after July 1, 2004…………………..16 hours of annual training

5 or more years after July 1, 2004……………..24 hours of annual training

Such education courses may be provided by an accredited law enforcement academy or by the Mississippi Association of Chiefs of Police.

(3) The Mississippi Board on Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Training shall reimburse each municipality for the expense incurred for chiefs of police and municipal police officers in attendance at approved training programs as required by this section.

(4) Any chief of police or municipal police officer who fails to comply with the provisions of this section shall be subject to having his certification as a chief of police or municipal police officer revoked by the Mississippi Board on Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Training, in accordance with Section 45-6-11.

(5) The Mississippi Board on Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Training is authorized to institute and promulgate all rules necessary for considering the revocation of any municipal chief of police or municipal police officer who does not comply with the provisions of this section and may grant, for sufficient cause shown, an extension of time in which compliance with the provisions of this section may be made.

(6) Any chief of police or municipal police officer who is aggrieved by any order or ruling made under the provisions of this section has the same rights and procedure of appeal as from any other order or ruling of the Mississippi Board on Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Training.

Time

january 10 (Monday) - 14 (Friday) CST

Location

Embassy Suites by Hilton Jackson North Ridgeland

200 Township Place

Organizer

Mississippi Association of Chiefs of Policekwinter@mschiefs.org 181 CR 221 Bruce, Ms 38915

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