Presentation on theme: "Teen and Police Service Academy"— Presentation transcript:
1 Teen and Police Service Academy PARTNERSThe mission of the T.A.P.S. Academy, is to reduce the social distance between at-risk youth and law enforcement through learning, interaction, discussion, and problem solving.
2 Introduction Assistant Chief Brian Lumpkin East Patrol Command, Houston Police Department.Dr. Everette B. PennAssociate Professor of Criminology,University of Houston Clear lake.
4 University of Maryland PARTNERSUHCLPsychologistBeechnut AcademyWashington DC PoliceHigh School in DCWeb MasterTSUUniversity of Maryland
5 Houston Police Mentors 10 Police Officers per academy class.Overtime for pay.$165,680 will be allocated for HPD OT.
6 T.A.P.S. Curriculum 15 weeks. 30 classes. Tuesdays and Thursdays. 12:00pm-3:00pm.2 Saturdays (R.O.P.E.S. and Community Service).Locations: Beechnut Academy, 7055 Beechnut St., Houston, TX/Washington DC High School.
7 LESSON PLAN 30 minute presentation by subject matter expert. 30 minute discussion with mentors (2 mentors per 10 students).30 minute group discussion.1:00pm to 2:30pm.
8 University of Houston Clear Lake Dr. Everette B. PennAssociate Professor of Criminology,University of Houston Clear Lake.
9 Continuation Dr. E. Penn University Of Houston Clear Lake Literature review.Parental involvement.UHCL Blackboard.Technical assistance guide book for practitioners.
10 Beechnut AcademyDr. ReedPrincipal of Beechnut Academy.
11 Mentors John J. Henderson Clear Lake Patrol Kendal E. Cobb Airport (IAH)Alvero Vallejo JR.
12 Mentors Markquette J. Batiste South Gessner Patrol Dionne N. Alexander Westside PatrolJulissa Guzman DiazClear Lake Patrol
13 Mentors Noah L. Dancer Northeast Patrol Don M. Vo Earl C. Ateberry Northwest Patrol
14 Mentors Tasharra S. Brown Midwest Patrol Roosevelt T. Johnson North Patrol
15 Alternate mentors South Gessner Patrol Myra P. Daniels Claudio Cruz JR.North PatrolMandy ArroyoCentral Patrol
16 Breakdown of Curriculum Week Topic of Class InstructorsOpening Asst. Chief LumpkinWhat is policing? Asst. Chief LumpkinWhy crime occurs? Asst. Chief LumpkinCrime in Houston Lumpkin/Dr. PennCommunity Problems Dr. E. PennCommunity Problems Dr. E. Penn
17 Cont. Breakdown of Curr. WEEK Topic of Class Instructors Conflict Mgmt Dr. LethermonConflict Mgmt LT. GauseTexting/Driving/Seatbelt Off. LokeyDev of Crime Reduction Dr. E. PennSat ROPES Course Capt Allen, HFD
18 Cont. Breakdown of Curr. WEEK Topic of Class Instructors Gang Sgt C. FletcherGang Sgt C. FletcherNarcotics Sgt HudkinsSearch/ Seizure Lt. WalkerBullying Sgt D. CarterComm. Partners LT Provost
19 Cont. Breakdown of Curr. WEEK Topic of Class Instructors Pursuit/ Evading Asst. Chief LumpkinActive Shooter Sgt. L. LawrenceLoud noise/Disorderly Con. Sgt. HillRobbery Sgt. RichardsMinor in Poss. of Drug/Alc. Agent C. CorneliusShoplifting Off. Refro
20 Cont. Breakdown of Curr. WEEK Topic of Class Instructors Sex-ting TBDDating & Sexual Abuse TBDRun-A-Ways Gustavo GuerreroShoot Don’t Shoot Officer GaytanSat Community Service Project Ms. Robin Blut(Keep Houston Beautiful)
21 Cont. Breakdown of Curr. WEEK Topic of Class Instructors Reflection Session Dr. E. PennBeyond TAPS Dr. E. PennAssessment Review Lumpkin/PennGraduation Chief McClelland
22 Texas Southern University Dr. Helen Taylor Greene Ph.DProfessor,Department of Administration of Justice, Barbara Jordan-Mickey Leland School of Public Affairs, Texas Southern University.
23 Department Of Justice Senior Social Science Analyst Ms. Cynthia PappasSenior Social Science AnalystU.S. Department of JusticeOffice of Community Oriented Policing Services.
24 T.A.P.S LogoQR code will be added for a direct link to the web-site