FWPD Training Calendar

This page is designed to provide information about available training and schedules for Fort Worth Police Department Sworn Personnel, including in-classroom, online, weapons training and qualifications, and physical agility testing. These are subject to change. This training is only open to FWPD sworn personnel. 

Online Courses Available on PoliceOne

  • Intermediate Arrest, Search and Seizure #2108
  • Intermediate Asset Forfeiture #3255
  • Intermediate Child Abuse #2105
  • Intermediate Cultural Diversity #3939
  • Intermediate Human Trafficking #3270
  • Intermediate Identity Crimes #3277
  • Intermediate Racial Profiling #3256
  • Intermediate Use of Force #2107
  • Child Safety Alert Checklist #4068
  • Eye Witness Evidence and Identification #3286
  • Missing and Exploited Children #3275
  • State and Federal Law Updates #3184

On-Site Training Offered or Hosted by ATU at the Bob Bolen Public Safety Complex
*Outside Training being held at the Bob Bolen Public Safety Complex will be in RED

FEBRUARY 2021
- Pre-Promotional Lieutenants Course 25th

MARCH 2021
- Pistol Mounted Optic Course 1st – 2nd
- Axon Body Camera Operators Course 2nd
- Use of Force Report Writing for LEOs 4th
- Early Intervention Critical Incident Stress Management for Supervisors 8th – 10th
- Crisis Intervention Training Update 8th
- De-Escalation 11th
- Axon Body Camera Operators Course 11th
- Pre-Promotional Lieutenants Course 11th
- Taser 7 Transition Course 15th
- Canine Encounters 15th
- Interacting with Drivers Who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing 15th
- Early Intervention Critical Incident Stress Management for Supervisors 15th – 17th
- Taser 7 Transition Course 16th
- Taser 7 Transition Course 17th 
- Taser 7 Transition Course 18th
- Tactical Life Saver Refresher 18th
- Taser 7 Transition Course 22nd
- Mental Health Peace Officer 22nd – 26th
- Taser 7 Transition Course 23rd
- Use of Force Report Writing for LEOs 23rd
- Taser 7 Transition Course 24th
- Taser 7 Transition Course 25th
- Use of Force Report Writing for LEOs 25th
- Taser 7 Transition Course 29th
- IPMBA Bike School
- Taser 7 Transition Course 30th
- Tactical Life Saver Refresher 30th
- Use of Force Analysis and Review for Supervisors 30th
- Traumatic Brain Injury and Agitated Chaotic Event 30th
- Taser 7 Transition Course 31st

APRIL 2021
- Taser 7 Transition Course 1st
- Taser 7 Transition Course 5th
- TCOLE Basic Instructor Course 5th – 9th
- Taser 7 Transition Course 6th
- Early Intervention Critical Incident Stress Management 6th – 9th
- Traumatic Brain Injury and Agitated Chaotic Event 6th
- Taser 7 Transition Course 7th
- Taser 7 Transition Course 8th
- Taser 7 Transition Course 12th
- New Supervisor Course 12th – 16th
- FBI LEEDA – IAD 12th – 16th
- Taser 7 Transition Course 13th
- Taser 7 Transition Course 14th
- Taser 7 Transition Course 15th
- Taser 7 Transition Course 19th
- Crisis Intervention Training 19th – 23rd
- Taser 7 Transition Course 21st
- Taser 7 Transition Course 22nd
- PTSD and Law Enforcement Personnel and the Critical Need for Wellness Assistance 21st and 22nd
- De-Escalation 26th
MAY 2021
- REID Technique 4th – 7th
- CIT Update 5th
- Mental Health Peace Officer 10th – 14th
- FBI LEEDA – Command 10th – 14th
- Traumatic Brain Injury and Agitated Chaotic Event 11th
- De-Escalation 18th
JUNE 2021
- Intermediate Spanish 1st
- CIT Update 7th
- Traumatic Brain Injury & Agitated Chaotic Event 9th
- Mental Health Peace Officer 14th – 18th
- FBI LEEDA-Executive 14th
- Crime Scene Investigation (Intermediate) 14th
- Canine Encounters 15th
- Interacting With Drivers Who Are Deaf and Hard of Hearing 15th
JULY 2021
- Traumatic Brain Injury & Agitated Chaotic Event 1st

SEPTEMBER 2021
- FBI LEEDA-Reflective Leadership 20th
Implicit Bias Training 27th – 30th
     - Funded by the Fund to Advance Racial Equity through the North Texas Community Foundation, and the Fort Worth Police Foundation
OCTOBER 2021
- Implicit Bias Training 1st

    - Funded by the Fund to Advance Racial Equity through the North Texas Community Foundation, and the Fort Worth Police Foundation
- FBI Master Public 11th
- REID Technique 12th

 

 

 

Mission Statement


The Fort Worth Police Department exists to safeguard the lives and property of those we serve, to reduce the incidence and fear of crime, and to enhance public safety through partnering and building trust with the community. We strive to accomplish our mission by conducting ourselves with the highest ethical standards, respecting the sanctity of human life, and preserving the rights and dignity of each individual in our diverse community.