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Technical Assistance 

Technical Assistance Programs comprise a wide range of options and can be customized to fit your needs. These programs allow us to help you identify, address, and evaluate an area of interest or concern. We will then work with you to find ways to address the problem: whether you require training, impartial services, or change management. Please choose one of our Program areas to learn more about the types of Technical Assistance that each offer.

Technical Assistance by Program Area

AMBER Alert Training and Technical Assistance ProgramAMBER Alert Training & Technical Assistance Program

We have a variety of offerings to increase collaboration, improve skills, and develop effective policies and practices to protect and safely recover missing, endangered, and abducted children.

Criminal Justice Center for Innovation Technical AssistanceCriminal Justice Center for Innovation

The Criminal Justice Center for Innovation (CJCI) provides specialized resources, innovative training, and onsite technical assistance to criminal justice and community service professionals. Choose from our wide range of available offerings or contact us to discuss how we can assist in meeting your training needs.

The FVTC Criminal Justice Center for Professional Education Criminal Justice Center for Professional Education

We offer technical assistance to agencies and municipalities in many areas, including salary studies, hiring process assistance (entry-level to CEO), assessment centers, 360-degree evaluation assessments, consolidation studies and others. We can help develop and coordinate training schedules and assist with long-term planning for your agency’s training needs.

Internet Crimes Against ChildrenInternet Crimes Against Children Training & Technical Assistance Program

ICAC Training and Technical Assistance has responded to the training needs of the ICAC Task Forces by working with them to create the training courses that address the issues they confront in their investigations of Internet based crimes against children.