News from the Center for Public Safety

Learn to Use Drones for Faster Crash Investigations. Classes Start in the Spring.
The use of small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS), better known as drones, is transforming the way we investigate and reconstruct traffic crashes. This spring, NUCPS introduces three new courses to get your drone skills up to speed. See more.

New Two-Day Police-Community Partnerships Course Coming to Michigan in March
Based on our popular Prevent Community Crisis Workshop, our new two-day course on police-community partnerships will run in Troy, MI this spring. See more.

Watch excerpts from the April Preventing Community Crisis workshop on our YouTube channel. Watch videos.

Two Northwestern Center for Public Safety Alumni Make the IACP's "40 Under 40" List
The IACP recognizes Trooper Deborah Huff and Assistant Chief of Police Jesse Wellen for their leadership and service to the community. See more.

Find Out What It's Like to Take our Online Courses Are you considering one of our online courses? Get the real story about our unique online experience from SPSC graduate Chief Dale Call. Read the Chief's speech.

Online Supervision of Police Personnel frontline supervisor training classes and online School of Police Staff and Command classes are now open for registration.

Updated Crash Investigation Courses Now Open for Registration
We've updated Crash 1 and Crash 2 and added more advanced courses on crash data retrieval. Plan ahead for fall and winter. See all open crash courses.

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