The MPTC employs a cadre of knowledgeable, skilled practitioners to coordinate training and instructor standards related to training police officers in the areas of defensive tactics, domestic violence, firearms, health and wellness, highway safety, human trafficking, legal issues, CPR/first responder, patrol procedures and active shooter, sexual assault investigations and use-of-force application and decision-making.
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MPTC Statewide Instructor Certification and Contacts
Table of Contents
Each subject matter (topic) listed below provides a guide to specific experience and training requirements necessary to qualify for and receive certification as an instructional trainer.
Once certified, all authorized instructional trainers must complete the re-certification requirements outlined within the specific topic on or before the certification's expiration date.
MPTC Instructor Certification Guides
Provided below are the Municipal Police Training Committee's dedicated subject matter experts focused on specific, critical, high-risk training areas, responsible for coordinating training and certifications on behalf of the Municipal Police Training Committee, including curriculum and course development and instructor certification criteria and approvals.
Domestic Violence/Human Trafficking/Sexual Assault
Maura Landry | (781) 437-0313 | Maura.Landry@mass.gov
Guide to Domestic Violence Instructor Certification
Guide to Human Trafficking Instructor Certification
Guide to Sexual Assault Instructor Certification
Denise Flagg, Esq., Legal Issues Coordinator | (781) 437-0319 | email@example.com
MILO Interactive Simulation Training
Vacant | For immediate attention please contact Shane Rodriguez, Director of Programs and Standards at Shane.Rodriguez@mass.gov
Guide to MILO Force Control Simulator Instructor Certification
Timothy Watts | (508) 868-5694 | Wattst@worcesterma.gov
Guide to Patrol Procedures and Active Shooter Instructor Certification
MPTC Training Calendar
Contract (receive payment) with the Commonwealth to provide instructional services
Separate from the instructor certification process is the process by which the MPTC pays some instructors to provide training. This requires the instructor to enter into a contract with the Commonwealth to provide instructional services.
- The instructor's contract must be approved prior to commence instructional services to receive compensation for the services rendered.