19100 Unity Park Drive
Magnolia, TX 77355
Deputy Gordon Welch
Upcoming Training Dates
Class Attendance: No absences will be permitted unless excused by the training coordinator, or his designee, and then only if provisions for makeup exist. Tardiness will not be tolerated and will be subject to makeup. Those interested in attending training courses at the Precinct 5 Constable Department should either email or call Deputy Welch for more details All training dates are subject to change without notice; students should confirm classes and their position on the roster a week before the start of the class. If a student needs to cancel, we would ask that the student notify the training coordinator at least three days prior to the start of class.
|Date||TCOLE Class # Hours||Class||Location of Class |
and Contact Number
|9/21 & 23/2022||# 3835|
|Stop the Bleed/Tactical First Aid|
Instructor: Scott St John
Hosted by: Constable Pct. 5
|Magnolia Fire Department|
18215 Buddy Riley Blvd.
Fire Station #181
|9/18/2023-9/21/2023||32||Analytic Interviewing & Cognitive Interviewing |
Instructor: Mary Daugherty
Hosted by: Constable Pct. 5
|Magnolia Event Center|
11659 FM 1488
Magnolia, Tx 77354
|7/17/23 – 7/21/23||#3210|
|CYBER CRIMES INVESTIGATOR CERTIFICATION COURSE|
|Magnolia Event Center 11659 FM 1488 Magnolia, TX 77354||Open|
Photographic/Recording Equipment: Unless prior arrangements are made with the training coordinator, no photographic or recording equipment will be used by students.
Tobacco Products: The use of tobacco products is prohibited at all Montgomery County buildings. Students will be allowed to smoke only in designated areas which will be identified at the beginning of the course or in the non-traffic or parking areas of the building.
Acceptable Dress Standards: For all officers, jailers and civilians who attend training classes shall be: Agency Uniform: Is always accepted. Acceptable Civilian (non-uniform) Attire: Male Attendees: Shall wear dress shirts, sport shirts or polo-type shirts with dress or casual slacks, which would be appropriate for a business environment. No neckties are required. Female Attendees: Shall wear dresses or slacks/skirts with shirt/blouse, which would be appropriate for a business environment. Footwear: Will be appropriate for the class assignment, and by its construction or condition not present a safety hazard.
Unacceptable Attire: There are many forms of attire that are considered unacceptable as business wear, and not appropriate for a professional learning environment. The following is a list of some forms of attire that are not acceptable for attending law enforcement classes.
- Form fitting stretch pants; stirrup-type pants, Capri, clam digger or ¾ length pants, or shorts of any type, bib overalls, coveralls, etc…
- T-shirts, tank tops or see-through clothing, unless proper undergarments are also worn.
- Clothing that shows bare shoulders (strapless or spaghetti straps) will not be worn unless a coordinating jacket or blouse is worn as a top garment at all times.
- Attire which reveals midriffs, bosoms, or is overtly provocative.
- Exposed ankle bracelets, toe rings, nose, lip, or facial jewelry.
- Large or multi layers of exposed jewelry (commonly referred to as “Bling”).
- Baseball caps inside the building or classroom.
- Hats of any type inside the classroom.
- Sneakers, slippers, shoes without an enclosed heel or a heel strap, such as clogs, mules, flip flops, sandals, outdoor type work boots or shoes, etc…
- Any type of excessively faded, worn, torn, frayed, or unclean apparel.
- Any types of apparel that contains any writings, markings, or logos that may be offensive or on their face are not in keeping with a professional law enforcement training environment.
Exceptions: At the discretion of the instructor responsible over specific training employees may be directed to wear other attire that is more appropriate to unusual training activities or conditions, such as tactical courses, physical training, self-defense, handgun retention, etc…
- Officers attending firearms training will be allowed to wear comfortable clothing to include baseball caps appropriate for the weather conditions.
- You may wear athletic type clothing, sweat pants, wind/warm up suits, t-shirts, athletic shoes, etc…for the classes of ASP Baton, O.C. Pepper Spray, Defensive Tactics or Taser training.
- Denim jeans, may be worn at times, but are not encouraged as regular class room wear. When allowed to be worn, they cannot be faded, worn, torn, cut, frayed, or unclean.
- Athletic shoes may be worn at times, but are not encouraged as regular classroom wear. When allowed to be worn, they must be clean with a new like appearance.
Note: When attending firearms training classes, and including Department firearms qualification YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO WEAR ANY FORM OF RED CLOTHING OR RED BASEBALL CAPS. The color “red” is only to be worn by the department Firearms Instructors, or their designee(s).
Prior to enrollment in Precinct 5 Constable Department training program which provides instruction in defensive tactics, arrest procedures, firearms, or use of a motor vehicle for law enforcement purposes, the person must have on file with the Precinct 5 Constable Department the following information: Written documentation that the person is currently licensed by the commission (TCLEOSE) or documentation that the person:
- Must be a legal United States citizen.
- Is not currently charged with any criminal offense for which conviction would bar licensing.
- Has never been on court-ordered community supervision or probation for any criminal offense above the grade of class B misdemeanor within the last ten years from the date of the court order.
- Has never been convicted of an offense above the grade of class B misdemeanor of a class B misdemeanor within the last ten years.
- Has never been convicted of any family violence offense.
- Has never been convicted of any crime of moral turpitude.
- Is not prohibited by state or federal law from operating a motor vehicle.
- Is not prohibited by state or federal law from possessing firearms or ammunition.
All testing will be proctored by the Instructor.
Course records will be kept on file for 5 (five) years from date of course completion.