Mandatory In-Service - Training Year 2022 - 2023

Every law enforcement officer in Massachusetts is required to complete the annual in-service training as prescribed in Chapter 253 of the Acts of 2020, Section 22. In order to maintain your certification with the Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission annual in-service training must be completed on or before June 30, 2023.

Delivery Method:

The Municipal Police Training Committee (MPTC) will be providing in-person in-service training this year. 

Online Option
An online option is being prepared and will follow the format of in-person training: fifty minutes of content delivery followed by a ten-minute break.

Timeline
Instructor training for the various classes begins August 1, 2022 so that classes can begin starting September 15, 2022.

Medical/Military Exceptions:

The training contact for the department or agency must document why an individual is unable to complete the training and upload that document into the individual’s ACADIS account.  The uploaded document should be on department or agency letterhead. 

Any law enforcement officer who is unable to complete their annual in-service training due to a medical or military leave, must complete the required in-service training prior to returning to duty.  Please contact mptcacadis@mass.gov and request the 2021 in-service training modules be made available upon return and prior to returning to duty.

Table of Contents

TY 22-23 In-Service Curriculum

  • Day One
    Legal Update (all day)
  • Day Two
    AM Frontline Digital Evidence
    PM Trauma Informed Policing
  • Day Three
    AM Officer Response to Interpersonal Violence
    PM Duty to Intervene
  • Day Four
    AM Hate Crimes
    PM 212 Degrees: Preventing Officer Crises

 

Additional Resources

When ​​​​​​​will in-service be available in my ACADIS account?

Viewing the In-service Modules through your ACADIS account:

You will view the training modules through your ACADIS account.  Directions on how to navigate through the modules will be provided at the beginning of each module.

What if I have a problem with the video while watching the training module?

If you experience any technical issues with the videos in ACADIS, please contact mptcacadis@mass.gov.  Please be patient. The ACADIS team will respond to your email within 48-72 hours. 

CPR / First Responder

Regulatory Authority of the CPR / First Responder Program

MGL c 111 s 201

Section 201.  Members of police and fire departments, members of the state police participating in highway patrol, persons appointed permanent or temporary lifeguards by the commonwealth or any of its political subdivisions, and members of emergency reserve units of a volunteer fire department or fire protection district shall be trained to administer first aid, including, but not limited to, cardiopulmonary resuscitation by July first, nineteen hundred and seventy-eight, including those appointed on or after January first, nineteen hundred and seventy-six and may be trained in automatic or semi-automatic cardiac defibrillation. The training shall meet the standards for first aid training prescribed by the department and shall not be less than the standards established by the Committee on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiac Care of the American Heart Association and shall be satisfactorily completed by them as soon as practical, but in no event more than one year after the date of their employment.  Satisfactory completion of a refresher course approved by the department in cardiopulmonary resuscitation each year and in other first aid every three years shall also be required.  The training and equipment for automatic or semi-automatic cardiac defibrillation shall meet standards prescribed by the department.

The department shall coordinate the provision, by county, of training required by this section.  Such training shall be provided at no cost to the trainee.

This section shall not apply to police officers, fire fighters and persons engaged in police and fire work whose duties are primarily clerical or administrative.

*** Please download the 2022-2023 MPTC CPR/First Responder Fact Sheet for more details and answers to commonly asked questions.

Additional Resources

Instructions for Departments providing In-Service In-House TY 2022 - 2023

Departments may conduct in-house in-service classes rather than utilizing the online modules.  However, all instructors who teach the MPTC in-service curriculum must attend an MPTC train-the-trainer class in the particular in-service topic area prior to teaching.  Attending a train-the trainer class will give the instructors access to the lesson plans, power points, and handouts on ACADIS. 

An instructor can access the training materials by signing into their ACADIS account.  Once they are signed in, they will click on HOME in the upper left-hand corner of the screen, toggle down to TRAINING and then locate the class they will be teaching.  The instructor will then see a yellow file folder that contains all their training materials that they can download onto a thumb drive. 

Departments looking for a list of qualified instructors can contact MPTC's Curriculum & Instruction Specialist Steve Cromack @ Steven.E.Cromack@mass.gov.

In-Service Train the Trainer Schedule

Instructor training for the various classes begins August 1, 2022 so that classes can begin starting September 15, 2022. Please continue to check back for updates.

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