Training Delivery and ComplianceBureau Functions & Personnel

 

Bureau Overview

The Training Delivery and Compliance Bureau (TDC) is the principal liaison between the Commission and Law Enforcement Agencies, training managers, and Course Presenters. The bureau works with over 700 POST law enforcement presenters, as well as a number of agencies not in the POST program, to certify quality law enforcement training and to ensure the delivery of that training.

The state is divided into ten service areas, each of which is overseen and serviced by a law enforcement training consultant assigned to this bureau. You may reach TDC staff by using POST’s Region Map and Bureau Contact Information.

TDC Programs and Services

Responsibilities

The staff of the Training Delivery and Compliance Bureau consists of the Bureau Chief, ten Regional Managers (Senior Law Enforcement Consultants), three Course Control specialists, a Contract Administrator, and two Bureau Secretaries. The bureau is responsible for the following:

  • Attending Chief, Training Manager, and other client meetings to provide consultation, answer questions, and clarify selection and/or training issues
  • Managing statewide training programs and resolving training issues and/or deficiencies
  • Conducting statewide POST training seminars and curriculum development workshops
  • Reviewing basic academy training programs regularly
  • Processing and approving course certification requests
  • Maintaining quality control of training and presenter information
  • Administering and maintaining training contracts with course presenters
  • Processing Letters of Agreement issued by the bureau to reimburse instructors and subject matter experts when they teach or attend curricula development workshops
  • Assisting constituents with training delivery questions. The bureau has a rotating “on-duty consultant” in the office daily who handles questions and situations requiring immediate attention

Finding a POST-Certified Course

All POST-Certified courses have a Course Title and a Course Control Number. Each course can be certified to several presenters, and courses can be scheduled throughout the year at different locations within the state. Certified Courses can be found using the POST Catalog of Certified Courses.

Find a Specific Course:

By Subject

Access the Catalog of Certified Courses, and use a word search to find a particular subject topic. If the word is contained in a Course Title or in the description, a listing of Course Titles will be displayed. You can then access the course information by selecting one of the titles listed.

By Title

If the Course Title known, the Catalog of Certified Courses provides an index of all the Certified Course Titles listed alphabetically. For more information about a specific course, contact the presenter of the course.

By Course Number (using EDI)

Certified Courses can also be obtained through the Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) system. Through EDI, Certified Course Presenters may view up-to-date course information, including presentation dates, locations of presentations and Course Roster status.

For course information not listed in the Course Catalog or other course-related questions, please contact the Course Control Unit by telephone at (916) 227-4860, (916) 227-4866 or (916) 227-4863.

Obtaining a Course Control Number

All course control numbers are made up of 14 numerical digits. The first four digits identify the course presenter. The second five digits identify the individual course number (i.e. “Traffic Collision Investigation” course number is “33590”). These two elements are referred to as the Course Certification Number. The last five digits are the fiscal year (two digits) followed by the presentation number (three digits). The entire 14-digit number is referred to as the Course Control Number. The Course Certification Number is given to a presenter when the course is certified, and the Course Control Number is assigned when a Course Announcement and Hourly Distribution are received.

To obtain a Course Control number, an agency or presenter can:

  1. Look up the course on the Catalog of Certified Courses.
  2. Check the Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) system.
  3. Refer to the original Course Certification Letter for the Course Certification Number, and contact the POST Course Control Unit for the complete Course Control Number.

For courses not listed in the Course Catalog or other Course-related questions, please contact the Course Control Unit by telephone at (916) 227-4860, (916) 227-4866 or (916) 227-4863.