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ICJI Traffic Safety: FY20 Traffic Safety Partners Training

Indiana Criminal Justice Institute

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Type End Quantity
Valparaiso - Northwest - 7/25 1 hour before event ends Free  
Ft. Wayne - Northeast - 7/18 1 hour before event ends Free  
Vincennes - Southwest - 8/5 1 hour before event ends Free  
Columbus - Southeast - 8/15 1 hour before event ends Free  
Central - Indianapolis - 7/16 1 hour before event ends Free  
Muncie - East Central - 7/23 1 hour before event ends Free  
Indianapolis - Final - 8/21 1 hour before event ends Free  

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FY20 Traffic Safety Partners Training

The Indiana Criminal Justice Institute (ICJI) is proud to present the 2019 Traffic Safety Updates Training. Every law enforcement agency that receives or wishes to receive federal funds related to traffic safety grants for FY2020 is required to send their coordinator or designate a coordinator to attend this course. For existing agencies with Traffic Safety Partnerships (TSPs), the main coordinator is required to attend; sub-coordinators are required to attend the morning of each session. For those agencies desiring to begin or join a TSP, the main coordinator and sub-coordinators are required to attend.

Each coordinator and/or sub-coordinator will receive eight (8) in-service ILEA credit hours. Attendees should try their best to attend within their region. The Indianapolis location is for the central region as well as a make-up day for those that may have a conflict with their regional date.

Register online no later than July 15, 2019 with your location preference.


Central Region:
Tuesday, July 16: 8:30 AM-5:00 PM (EST)

Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department - Training Academy
901 N Post Road 
Indianapolis, IN 46219 


Northeast Region:
Thursday, July 18:  8:30 AM-5:00 PM (EST) 

Allen County Public Safety Academy
 7602 Patriot Crossing
Fort Wayne, IN 46816


East Central Region:
Tuesday, July 23: 8:30 AM-5:00 PM (EST)

Ball State Alumni Center
2800 W Bethel, Ave, 
Muncie, IN 47304


Northwest Region:
Thursday, July 25: 8:30 AM-5:00 AM (CENTRAL TIME) 

Valparaiso Police Department
355 S. Washington Street
Valparaiso, IN 46383


Southwest Region:
Monday, August 5: 9:30 AM-5:00 PM (EST) 

Vincennes University
Indiana Center for Applied Technology Building
(ICAT Room 142)
1500 Chestnut Street (St Claire & Chestnut)
Vincennes, IN 47591

*** Note Start time of 9:30 to allow for Travel Time from Evansville Area

Parking immediately west at 256 W St Claire St.


Southeast Region:
Thursday August 15:  8:30 AM-5:00 PM (EST) 

Barthomomew County Sheriff Department
543 2nd Street, Columbus, IN 47201
Columbus, IN 47201 


Central Region: Final Training and Support Workshop
Wednesday, August 21: 8:30 AM-5:00 PM (EST)

INDOT - ISP District 52
8620 E. 21st Street 
Indianapolis, IN 46219 




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Indiana Criminal Justice Institute

The Indiana Criminal Justice Institute (ICJI) is the State planning agency for criminal justice, juvenile justice, traffic safety and victim services. ICJI is designated as the State Administering Agency for distribution of federal funds, and as the State Statistical Analysis Center for research.

Further, ICJI is responsible for coordinating and collaborating with local, state and federal entities to identify, assess, plan, resource and evaluate new and emerging issues facing the criminal justice and public safety spectrum. ICJI works with local, state, and federal entities to evaluate programs associated with: prevention, detection & solution of crimes; law enforcement and criminal/juvenile justice, in an effort to improve and coordinate all aspects of law enforcement and criminal/juvenile justice.

In addition, ICJI works to develop new methods for the prevention & reduction of crime, while stimulating research & compiling and analyzing information/data for dissemination to decision makers.

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