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 ICAC T&TA

 

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The ICAC Training & Technical Assistance Program (ICAC T&TA) offers regional, specialized and technical assistance training to federal, state and local prosecutors, probation and parole officers and law enforcement investigators at locations throughout the country so that participants can take advantage of the valuable information conveyed during our Programs in the most cost-effective manner possible. As mandated by OJJDP, only Regional ICAC Task Force agency or Affiliate agency members will be approved to participate in our training programs. Federal and International participants will receive consideration on a case by case basis. 

Please download our ICAC Training & Technical Assistance Program Guide to Training Programs to find out more about how to obtain training through our  Program and how to request to host a training program.  

Course Costs:
Regional Programs:  Student tuition, course materials and instructional costs are paid for this program by the ICAC Training & Technical Assistance Program.  Participants are responsible for transportation, lodging, meals, parking, and incidental expenses.
 
Technical Assistance Programs Student tuition, course materials and instructional costs are paid by our Program, the hosting agency or the participant's sponsoring agency depending upon the funding circumstances.  Participants are typically responsible for paying for lodging, transportation, meals, parking and incidental expenses but some or all of these expenses may be covered by the participants sponsoring agency dependent upon the funding circumstances.
 
Registration Process:
Regional Programs State and local agency participants must obtain authorization from their Regional ICAC Task Force prior to registering for this class AND be a member of either a Task Force or Affiliate Agency for that Task Force.  Federal participants must obtain authorization from the ICAC Training & Technical Assistance Program prior to registering.  The participant is responsible for any fees incurred by this program if the proper approval is not obtained.
 
An ICAC Task Force in whose region a training program is scheduled will be offered up to 5 of the 30 available seats in the class. The seat allocation will be at the discretion of the Director of the Training & Technical Assistance Program.  The remaining seats will be filled on a “first come, first served” basis, 1 per Task Force until all seats are filled. Upon reaching the registration deadline, any remaining seats will be filled equitably by Task Force members who have submitted registration forms beyond the designated allocation.
 
Technical Assistance Programs:  State and local agency participants must obtain authorization from their Regional ICAC Task Force as well as from the Hosting Agency prior to registering for this class AND be a member of either a Task Force or Affiliate Agency for that Task Force.  Federal participants must obtain authorization from the ICAC Training & Technical Assistance Program prior to registering.  The participant is responsible for any fees incurred by this program if the proper approval is not obtained.
 
Please note, our classes fill up quickly so we encourage you to apply for all class dates you potentially can attend for this course.  We do not automatically register you for any classes for which you do not directly apply.
 
Registrants will receive an e-mail acknowledging that they have successfully registered. If you do not receive an acknowledgement e-mail immediately following registration, please call us at (877) 798-7682. Formal confirmation of your attendance will be sent to you within 2 weeks following the registration deadline. Do not make any travel arrangements until you receive formal confirmation of your attendance.   We will not be responsible for any costs incurred by you prior to receipt of your confirmation letter.  Please do not call the hotel to make reservations. Lodging reservations will be made for you based on the information you provide at the time of registration.

Registration Status:
In order to register for a course, the course must be open or have a waitlist.  Explanations of how a course is "Open",  "Waitlisted" or "Closed" are shown below.
Open - The course is open for registration.  To register, go to the course schedule and click on the course number for the dates you wish to attend.
Waitlist - The course is full, but you can register to get on the waitlist by going to the course schedule and clicking on the course number for the dates you wish to attend.
Closed - The course is full and closed for registration.
Cancellation and Substitute Attendee Policy:
Participant cancellation must be made using our On-line Registration system  (Drop Class feature) no later than 5:00 pm eastern time 10 days before the program start date.  
Substitute attendees are not allowed.

Attendance Requirements:
Participants are required to attend the full training. The agency of a no-show participant or a participant who fails to attend the full program without approval of absence will be billed $1,100 for the cost of the vacant seat.

 

 

Class titles marked with an asterisk (*), in the training schedule below, are pending approval from the Department of Justice. Do not make any travel reservations or incur any other costs until confirmation to attend is received via email.
 

 On-Site Training Schedule