Magazine article Law & Order

IPTM Has a New Look

Magazine article Law & Order

IPTM Has a New Look

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"We waited a long time for this," Russ Arend, Director of the Institute of Police Technology and Management, said when addressing the first class of law-enforcement students in their new building. "We are very pleased to be back home at the University of North Florida." The new facility is located on the campus at 12000 Alumni Drive in Jacksonville Florida.

University Center, IPTM's new home, was completed in December 1998. With conference and exhibit space, this facility is one of the largest university-based conference/training centers in the country. There are 35 meeting-room spaces for groups of 10 to 1000 persons, a 75-seat tiered case-study room, four computer labs, full audio/visual services, downlink satellite transmission and video conferencing capabilities.

IPTM, established in 1980 as an integral part of the University of North Florida, is a not-for-profit, self-supporting entity. The Institute was created to provide cost-effective, high quality training to the criminal justice community. From its inception IPTM's overriding philosophy has been to put the needs of the student first. During the past 18 years IPTM has grown to more than 40 full-time employees and an adjunct staff of over 300. It conducts more than 400 classes annually to more than 13,000 law enforcement professionals, making it the largest and most varied national law-enforcement training institute in the country. …

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