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     April 29, 2024 - May 1, 2024
     8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Kyle Public Safety Center

Venue Address:
1700 Kohlers Crossing, Kyle, Texas, 78640, United States

Description:

Training room is located on the right side as you walk in the lobby and is marked Training Room

Parking is available at the front of the building.

MAKE SURE YOU BRING:

  1. Your PID from TCOLE
  2. Your TLETs user ID from DPS
  3. A Laptop or IPAD to access the manual and take the test.

***There will be no printed manuals available***

TCOLE #4800 Mobile Operator – 8 hours, Day 1

This course is for operators who perform TCIC/NCIC functions at any level lower than full access. Generally, this pertains to inquiry only, including mobile digital terminal (MDT) or laptop computer operators. It also covers information about driver license and vehicle registration. This course requires the TCIC/TLETS Operation Manual Part 1. Operators must receive this training within the first six months of assignment or employment, regardless of whether these duties are performed on a full-time or part-time basis.

TCOLE #4801 Less Than Full Access Operator – 16 hours, Day 1 & 2

This course is for operators who perform TCIC/NCIC functions at any level lower than full access. Generally, this pertains to inquiry only. It also covers navigation of the databases that are connected to the TLETS system such as administrative messages, driver license, vehicle registration, and instructions regarding proper procedures for broadcasting in the state and nationwide. Operators must receive this training within the first six months of assignment or employment, regardless of whether these duties are performed on a full-time or part-time basis. This course is typically required for jailers running CCQ or ECPs who do not enter into NCIC/TCIC.

TCOLE #4802 Full Access Operator – 24 hours, Day 1, 2 & 3

This course is for operators who perform all TCIC/NCIC functions, including inquiry, entry, modification, clearing, canceling, and III functions. It also covers navigation of the databases that are connected to the TLETS system such as administrative messages, driver license, vehicle registration, and instructions regarding proper procedures for broadcasting in the state and nationwide. Operators must receive this training within the first six months of assignment or employment, regardless of whether these duties are performed on a full-time or part-time basis.

Instructor

Ashley Minning

Ashley Minning has been working in Emergency Communications since 2008. Ashley started in Communications as an Emergency Telecommunications Officer with the Hays County Sheriff’s Office July of 2008 and quickly became TCIC/NCIC Full Access Certified. Ashley promoted to Lead Telecommunicator in 2011 with the Sheriff’s Office. Ashley moved to the Kyle Police Department in a lateral position as a Lead Telecommunicator in 2014. While at Kyle,  Ashley promoted to the Emergency Communications Supervisor in 2020 and is currently the Emergency Communications Manager as of August 2022.

 

Special Instructions

Dress Code: To promote a professional training environment, CAPCOG requires proper professional attire. T-shirts, shorts, leggings, and flip-flops are prohibited. Attendee must provide their PID # to receive TCOLE credit for courses taken through CAPCOG. CAPCOG provides training for the Emergency Communication Centers (ECC) in our region at no cost to 9-1-1 telecommunicators and their departments. When space is reserved for a 9-1-1 training class offered by CAPCOG, students or the supervisor who made the reservation must cancel such reservation at least two business days prior to start of the class. If not, payment for the class will be invoiced to the appropriate agency for the “no show”.

For Questions

Contact Pamela Frisk, CAPCOG. 9-1-1 Senior Training & Public Education Specialist.