ICI Gang Foundation Specialty Course
- February 24 to 28, 2020
- May 11 to 15, 2020
- September 28 to October 2, 2020
Note: If you are a non-POST reimbursable agency/officer such as: CHP, a state agency, parole, probation, or correctional officer, you will pay a tuition cost. The cost is $604.00. If you are a state employee - Please contact FCC Police Academy at 559.442.8277 prior to the course to arrange payment before attending the course, or for any questions you might have.
Piccadilly Inn Airport
5115 E. McKinley Ave
Fresno, California 93727
Please call and cancel your reservations if you cannot attend. College Registration fees are subject to change without notice. Make checks payable to Fresno City College. Out of consideration for people who are on a waiting list, please cancel your reservation no later than 21 days prior to the first day of class.
All instructors are experienced Major Gang Investigators for city, county, state and federal law enforcement.
This is a ICI Foundation Specialty Course under POST's Robert Presley Institute of Criminal Investigations (ICI). This 40-hour course will provide investigators with the information and skills to aid them in the successful investigating and prosecution of gang related crimes. The course is designed for active, hands-on participation by the students. Course work will include writing a curricula vitae, writing a search warrant, and building a gang prosecution case. This course is modeled in adult based learning, therefore each block of instruction will include hands-on, active participation from the class, or small group collaboration.
If possible, please bring a laptop computer with your department's search warrant template loaded onto the laptop. If you are unable to bring a laptop, one will be provided at the course.
A California Peace Officer Standards and Training Basic Course certificate issued from an accredited regional police academy or equivalent as determined by the Division Dean or their appointee. These skills and knowledge base are related to adopted POST and/or industry standards.
Note: Approval of equivalent training is not a guarantee state regulatory or licensing agencies will also grant equivalency.