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Parole & Probation In-Service Training
You must complete 18 hours of in-service training in order to maintain current certification. These courses must be approved by the MD Police and Correctional Training Commissions. If there is not a C# associated with the course - it is not certified. You are responsible for making sure the courses you take are compliant. If you have any doubt please contact Joyce Mancuso, Joyce.Mancuso@maryland.gov.
Registration and Cancellations
Classes must be registered online at https://training.mdle.net by a supervisor. A valid email and an employee certification number are required to register. Employees must make all training requests through their immediate supervisors via email. If an employee must cancel, they must do so through their immediate supervisor at the earliest possible date. If you have trouble registering please contact Joyce Mancuso at Joyce.Mancuso@maryland.gov.
Inclement Weather Policy
If your course is being held at the PSETC in Sykesville, classes will be held unless State Government Offices are on liberal leave or are closed.
Note: This applies to training hosted by Parole & Probation that are found on this page. Please refer to MDLE Inclement Weather Policies for classes hosted by other training units ( www.mdle.net/weather.htm).
If you are attending a course that is being held at any of the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) locations (Hunt Valley, Owings Mills, Randallstown, etc.), please follow the college's inclement weather policy. You may check online ( www.ccbcmd.edu), local TV or radio stations. If the college opens 2 hours late (10:00 a.m.) due to weather, classes will start at 10:00 a.m.
Classroom Testing Process
All classes that have been certified by MPCTC will have a written examination comprised of True/False, Multiple Choice, Essay and/or a Performance Test in which the participant must demonstrate proficiency in a skilled area. Participants must achieve a score of 75% on written examinations and/or be rated satisfactorily in all areas to pass a performance test. A participant needs to be present for the entire class in order to take the test. Cheating is prohibited.
Dress Code and Employee Conduct
Unless otherwise stated, Level 1 or Level 2 dress code is required for all training classes.
Cell phones are not permitted during training. In case of an emergency please contact front desk at 410-875-3400, Andrea King-Wessels at 410-875-3435 or Joyce Mancuso at 410-875-3436.
Arriving late to training is very disruptive to the class. Late participants will not be permitted into class.
Disruptive and/ or disrespectful behavior will not be tolerated. Anyone unable to act professionally during training will be removed from the class and receive a failing grade.
CD Training Available
As of January 1, 2015: You will not be permitted to take the same on-line training two years in a row. For example, if you took Elder Abuse in 2014 you will not be able to take it again until 2016 to receive credit hours.
The following modules are available:
Domestic Violence and the Role of the Community Corrections (3 hours)
Elder Abuse Awareness (3 hours)
You must take the Parole & Probation test to receive credit! Tests can be found on the Parole & Probation Testing Module. You must score at least 80% to pass.
If you have any questions please contact Joyce Mancuso (Joyce.Mancuso@maryland.gov.)
HUB training is not approved for in-service hours. HUB training is necessary for and relating to employment purposes; not for specific skills related to obtaining and retraining MPCTC Agent Certification.
If you attend an outside training, you are required to request documentation confirming your successful completion of the course. This includes CN5, Fingerprinting, training offered by Sherriff?s office, etc.Before attending training for in-service hours, please make sure it is certified by MPCTC!
Please email completed training documentation immediately upon successful completion of a program to Joyce Mancuso at (Joyce.Mancuso@maryland.gov.)
To receive credit for CN5
Log onto CJIS
Clear screen Type GIAM
Hit enter File
Paste into email and send to Joyce Mancuso at (Joyce.Mancuso@maryland.gov.)
To receive credit for Techniques of Fingerprinting Email the below document to Joyce Mancuso at (Joyce.Mancuso@maryland.gov.)
Training Hours for Support /Clerical Employees
The requirement for clerical and support employees is six (6) hours of job related training. These hours do not need to be MPCTC approved, but should be reported to Joyce Mancuso at (Joyce.Mancuso@maryland.gov.)
Currently Scheduled Classes:
Justice Reinvestment Act (JRA) Roll-Out (2-day)
December 12-13, 2017 (Gaithersburg)
December 13-14, 2017 (Salisbury)
December 14-15, 2017 (Sykesville)
December 18-19, 2017 (Guilford)
December 18-19, 2017 (Upper Marlboro)
December 20-21, 2017 (Sykesville)
December 20-21, 2017 (Elkton)
December 20-21, 2017 (Leonardtown)
January 9-10, 2018 (CCBC Dundalk)
January 11-12, 2018 (Upper Marlboro)
January 25-26, 2018 (Upper Marlboro)
Lethality Assessment Program
February 16, 2018 (Sykesville)
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- LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE
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- FIREARMS TRAINING FACILITY (FTF)
- DRIVER TRAINING FACILITY (DTF)
- MARYLAND POLICE AGENCIES
- PCTC AGENCY DIRECTORY
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- CORRECTIONAL TRAINING COMMISSION
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