Saturday, June 8, 2013

IME is Hiring Law Enforcement Personanel

IME is hiring fifty (50) former or retired law enforcement personnel for our domestic and foreign training department. IME has been contracted to provide instruction to National and several International Police departments on the following course subjects listed below.

All trainers must be able to obtain a valid US Passport and can reside anywhere within the US. Our rate of pay ranges from $70 - $80 per hour plus all per diem. All Course Material has been developed, so the instructors just need to deliver the lesson. Each course is 20 hours in length (4 – 5 hour days). Once you are qualified as an IME trainer, you can provide instruction several courses if you desire. If interested please forward a detailed CV/ resume with call contact information to tgarrett@ime-mts.com for immediate consideration, many courses will start July 7, 2013.

Training Course

Basic security procedures in fire incidents
The limitations on using gun power from legal prospective
Vehicles inspection
Surveillance operation
environment, health and safety System
The investigation of sexual crimes
Skills to trace the perpetrators and wanted
Introduction to Criminal Investigation investigators and elements of the new investigations
Information security field
Iris skills
Constituent border ports
Dealing with the criminal communications
Rosary Foundation
How to use the ladder fire brigade
Attribution of basic life for children (ITLS)
Investigation of cyber crime
The process of criminal investigation and collecting evidence
Police Operations in crisis and disaster management
Ethics and behavior of members of the CID
Skills, a sense of security to the traffic police
Dealing with mass casualty incidents
Procedures for dealing with reports of kidnapping
Investigate the crimes of kidnapping
Identify and analyze the priorities for crimes
Security measures and the protection of ports and airports
Skills arrest and Inspection
Develop the skills of a sense of security
Rescue in the valleys and flood
Basic criminal investigations patrols
Search in economic crimes
Banknotes examination

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