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 2013 Tribal Probation Academy

 
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Tribal Probation Academy

***Register now for the Fall Academy***

September 16-20, 2013   |   October 21-25, 2013   |   November 18-22, 2013   |   December 2-6, 2013

The Basic Tribal Probation Academy (TPA)** is a comprehensive training academy that provides an opportunity for new and experienced probation officers to obtain up-to-date information and critical skills needed for effective case management, officer safety, and career development. TPA training provides tribal probation officers with current information on topics relevant to their work in the field.

The Academy continues to evolve by incorporating new examples, case studies and growing field expertise of faculty to complement and enhance delivery of the core curriculum. Training is presented using innovative methods, with the goal of enabling students to readily apply the knowledge and skills gained in each session. 

**The Tribal Probation Academy is currently awaiting final approval from the U.S. Department of Justice. Although registration is still encouraged, please check our website for approval updates prior to booking non-refundable travel.

 

 Register now for the Fall Academy

 
Now accepting applications for the Fall Academy!
 
Due to the hands-on nature of the training, only the first
30 applicants* will be accepted into each Academy!

*Eligibility Requirement: Applicants must be employed by a tribal agency or if a consultant/contractor, endorsed by a tribal government.

 

 Fall Academy Dates

 
 September 16-20, 2013
 October 21-25, 2013
 November 18-22, 2013
 December 2-6, 2013
 

 Training & Lodging Location

 

TPA Students

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All Sessions will be held at:

Washington State Patrol Academy
631 West Dayton-Airport Road
Shelton, WA 98584-8945

There is NO FEE to attend the four-week Tribal Probation Academy (TPA). The TPA provides lodging and meals at the Washington State Patrol Academy. Participants are responsible for travel arrangements and costs.

 

 Funding is provided by

 


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