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Reserve/Intermittent Recruit Officer Course

Discussion in 'MPTC' started by DD4486, Apr 24, 2018.

  1. DD4486

    DD4486 MassCops Member

    MPTC QCC Reserve/Intermittent Recruit Officer Course link:
    QCC Workforce Development & Continuing Education

    This course is an entry-level training program for
    a person hired or interested in a part-time reserve/
    intermittent position in which he or she will exercise
    police powers as a police officer.
    September 5, 2018 – May 10, 2019
    Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
    and every other Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
    Held at QCC Police Academy by the Quinsigamond Police Department

    Interested students should attend one of the
    following Information Sessions:
    QCC Harrington Learning Center
    Room 109 A&B
    • Monday, April 30 from 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
    • Monday, April 30 from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
    • Monday, May 21 from 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Fee: $2500 (Additional fee for equipment is approximately $350)

    For more information or to request an application
    packet, contact The Center for Workforce
    Development & Continuing Education at
    [email protected] or call 508.751.7900.
     
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  2. j809

    j809 Subscribing Member

    $2500 wow


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  3. mpd61

    mpd61 Retired Fed, Active Special

    Been that much for a couple of years now!!!
     
  4. RodneyFarva

    RodneyFarva Get off my lawn!

    I remember the Boylston R/I was 350 I think. 2001.
     
  5. j809

    j809 Subscribing Member

    Full time academy is $3200.
    In 1990 when I went was $150


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  6. CCCSD

    CCCSD MassCops Member

    Quinidisigmond...I can’t even spell it.
     
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  7. Treehouse413

    Treehouse413 MassCops Member

     
  8. RodneyFarva

    RodneyFarva Get off my lawn!

    That's part of the lower colon right?
     
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  9. CCCSD

    CCCSD MassCops Member

    Or a Sea Monster from the ‘70s...
     
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  10. DD4486

    DD4486 MassCops Member

     
  11. DD4486

    DD4486 MassCops Member

    482 over all training hours.
     
  12. DD4486

    DD4486 MassCops Member

    Correct. The price cost is any where from $1,800 and plus. Depending on what equipment is included and the amount of hours. Qcc MPTC Reserve is around 482 hours.
     
  13. PG1911

    PG1911 Back Out in the Sticks

    I went through the Boylston R/I academy just about 6 years ago. Around $900 (not including equipment) 242 hours. 5 months long with only 1 Saturday for baton and pepper spray. Times have changed!
    With as long and expensive as it is now, they should just go the distance do what they do here in PA and down in FL: One academy course either as a full time day course over 6 months, or a night course over a year. Same requirements, same curriculum, and the end result is that every officer, whether employed part or full time, has the same training.
     
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  14. RROD

    RROD MassCops Member

    Cost mostly for instructors and equipment and maintenance of space, books and access to technology and a lot of extra support from college (tutors available etc...). Even had a uniform company come on site to size up student officers and then deliver uniforms. Some of the classes on how to obtain a police job as well as some full-time classes along with RADAR/LIDAR and even an EVOC (no vehicles) class. Planning for the reserve firearms course soon after graduation. Modeled as closely to a full time academy as possible within the rules and regulations of the MPTC.
     
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  15. Javert

    Javert MassCops Member

    This is awesome!

    I’ve always said, merge the R/I and SSPO programs and then offer it at community colleges.
     
  16. RROD

    RROD MassCops Member

    SSPO programs have been conducted as a full time academy. Currently the State Police run municipal academy trains both current SSPO and their Municipal full time together for a vast majority of their classes. The only time SSPO breaks off is for specialized "Campus Police" type training. You would think as that is being combined, it would make soo much sense to do the same with all police training in Massachusetts. MPTC and MSP are getting along there, why not in the R/I realm. Hours are hours regardless of when the student officers train. If the same certified instructors and equipment is used, you get the same product. Community Colleges are already spread out to various cities/towns in the Commonwealth with already built in facilities (classrooms/gymnasiums/parking lots) and support services like IT, Tutors and places to eat etc...
     
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  17. RROD

    RROD MassCops Member

    Update on QCC Academy (RIROC #1). Started with 50. 48 after 4 weeks (Started Sept 5th). Class going well. Class received duty belts and related gear on Wednesday. The class has been unified and carrying a guidon. So far mostly classroom subjects with a class on drill & ceremony as classes on CPR/First Responder training. Once a week the class is doing PT. The purpose of me mentioning this is that this could be a great re-occuring location for Reserve/Intermittent Academy.
     
  18. Javert

    Javert MassCops Member

    How the hell does one leave within 4 weeks of a R/I Academy?
     
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  19. CCCSD

    CCCSD MassCops Member

    Issues with the accent?
     
  20. mpd61

    mpd61 Retired Fed, Active Special

    Because this is Mass. Everyone "getting along" as you pointed out, is superficial. MSP Loves running SSPO since 1993 because without it, New Braintree would falter. There haven't been many RTT's, certainly not every year. And the MPTC is soooo influenced by the chiefs it's obvious. A major faction of Mass Chiefs is very anti-reserve/P.I. They really want to do away with them. (mostly city/large town Chiefs). They seem to forget there are dozens of part-time agencies and hundreds of individuals outside of Metro-West serving honorably and professionally. I keep hearing liability as the favorite term. But FT training/status doesn't deter crime and corruption as we see now nearly every week here in the Commomwealth.
     
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  21. CCCSD

    CCCSD MassCops Member

    Ouch!
     
  22. Joel98

    Joel98 MassCops Member

    Yeah no kidding, the Franklin County Reserve Academy is only 1000 dollars.
     
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  23. mpd61

    mpd61 Retired Fed, Active Special

    Oh darn it I almost forgot!
    FUCK SSPO!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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  24. RROD

    RROD MassCops Member

    The Reserve Academy at QCC is at 46 students, only 4 lost since beginning. Defensive Tactics just started this week. A wake-up call as up to date most training was in the class room. 3 months down with 5 more to go.
     
  25. Bloodhound

    Bloodhound MassCops Member

    How the hell does a reserve academy lose 4?
     
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