FBI National Academy Orientation Booklet

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1 Revised December 2015

2 Contents Introduction... 3 History of the National Academy... 3 About the FBINA... 4 Preparing for the FBINA... 5 In-processing/Check-in Procedures at the Academy... 9 Travel/Money/Expenses Miscellaneous Forms Related to Travel Assessment Fees Bank/Post Office/Mail Center Physical Fitness Class Attendance/Course Work NA Academic and Conduct Policies/Standards FBINA FIELD COUNSELORS FBINA EVENTS Alcohol Policy Important Numbers/Student Dorm Telephone Instructions FBI Academy Hours of Operation FBI ACADEMY At A Glance Policies to Remember Laundry Facilities Airports Other Transportation Churches and Places of Worship Local Shopping Areas of Attraction/Sightseeing:

3 Introduction The FBI National Academy (NA) has dedicated itself to improving the standards of law enforcement. This training has long been a benchmark for professional law enforcement continuing education. Officers worldwide attend these sessions to be better prepared to meet the challenges within their communities. The overall goal of the FBI NA is to support, promote, and enhance the personal and professional development of law enforcement leaders. More specifically, the Objectives of the National Academy are: 1) to develop purpose driven law enforcement leaders who address emerging trends through innovative, data-driven policing in cooperation with their communities, 2) to prepare law enforcement partners for positions of greater responsibility within their organizations, 3) to provide National Academy graduates with resources to strengthen partnerships across the global law enforcement community. The FBI is proud to administer the National Academy Program. History of the National Academy Training, in the words of the late Director of the FBI and founder of the NA, J. Edgar Hoover, is truly indispensable to good law enforcement. On July 29, 1935, the first class had 23 students in attendance. It was created in response to a 1930 study by the Wickersham Commission that recommended the standardization and professionalization of law enforcement departments across the U.S. through centralized training. With strong support from the International Association of Chiefs of Police and with the authority of Congress and the Department of Justice, the FBI Police Training School was born. Courses at that time included scientific aids in crime detection, preparation, and organization. With World War II came courses in espionage and sabotage. Over the years, this training program later to be identified as the FBI National Academy has expanded both in enrollment and instructional scope. In 1962, at the specific request of President John F. Kennedy, officers from foreign countries began attending the National Academy. In June 1972, nearly 38 years after its formation, the FBI National Academy marked a significant milestone in its development when the 90th Session began training in newly expanded facilities at Quantico, Virginia. During the following year, more officers graduated than had attended the National Academy during the previous five years. Participation is by invitation only, through a nomination process. Participants are drawn from every state in the union, from U.S. territories, and from over 150 international partner nations. Invitation is extended to leaders and managers of state and local police departments, sheriffs departments, military police organizations, and federal and international law enforcement agencies. 3

4 About the FBINA Four times a year over 225 law enforcement officers from around the country and around the world attend the FBI National Academy (NA). Approximately 10% of the officers attending the NA come from law enforcement agencies outside the United States. Current statistics indicate the average NA student is 45 years-old and has 16 years law enforcement experience. It is estimated that one out of every seven NA graduates is the head of a department. Since its establishment in 1935, over 47,000 law enforcement officers have attended and graduated from the NA. This number includes over 3,300 international law enforcement officers and over 350 law enforcement officers from U.S. territories and possessions. The NA is held at the FBI Academy located on the U.S. Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia, approximately 40 miles south of Washington, D.C. The Academy consists of a self-contained building complex that includes dormitories, classrooms, a cafeteria, a library, an auditorium, a gymnasium and weight room facilities, laundry facilities, limited-use post office, a bank, and offices. There are four sessions each year, roughly corresponding to the seasons: spring, summer, fall, and winter. Winter in Virginia (January through March) is generally characterized by lots of rain and some snow. Summer (June through August) is hot and extremely humid. The NA Session is 10 to 11 weeks in length, depending upon the number of holidays within the session period. The curriculum, taught by FBI instructors and professional educators, focuses on leadership development and emphasizes critical thinking. Course offerings include leadership, legal issues, behavioral science, cyber threats, law enforcement communication, and fitness/health. Courses are accredited through the University of Virginia (UVa). Students have the opportunity of earning up to 18 units of college credit. In addition to taking five accredited classes, students participate in the NA Enrichment Program and several special events. The NA Enrichment Program incorporates various Enrichment Seminars, a field trip/lecture to the National Holocaust Museum, and provides information on various FBI resources available to the NA students and their departments. Resource information includes, but is not limited to: Joint Terrorism Task Forces (JTTFs), Field Intelligence Groups (FIGs), Fusion Cells, Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP), Internet Complaint Center (IC3), Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS), Critical Incident Response Group (CIRG), Evidence Response, and the National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime (NCAVC). Students are held to the highest academic honor system and are required to pass every course in order to receive a diploma from the NA. NA students are not charged for tuition, books, laundry, lodging, and meals. Travel expenses between place of assignment and the Academy are paid for or reimbursed for all domestic, municipal, county, and state officers. Travel for international and military/federal students is paid for by their respective department/agency. Incidental personal expenses are paid for by each officer and/or his department. Each FBINA session of approximately 225 students is divided into sections. Two students occupy each dorm room and share bathroom facilities with two other students. Each section is assisted by a Section Counselor. The Section Counselor is an experienced FBI Special Agent who lives in the dorm during the session and participates in the NA activities. The NA Section Counselors will guide you through the initial registration process and act as points of contact throughout your stay. They are prepared to facilitate requests, provide valuable information, and assist with any problems that may arise during your session. The Section Counselors meet with the NA staff regularly and address any issues that arise. They also facilitate the flow of information back to the students. Section Counselors are available in the Counselors Office (Building 5, Room 213) during working hours. Faculty The NA s instructional staff is primarily composed of experienced FBI Special Agents holding graduate degrees. These highly qualified instructors bring advanced knowledge and expertise from a practical law enforcement perspective. The FBI National Academy s affiliation with the University of Virginia (UVa) involves more than course accreditation by the University s School of Continuing Education. The research and instructional resources of the various schools at the University provide academic support to the National Academy Program. A full-time liaison representative of the University maintains an 4

5 office at the Academy facility and is available for candidate consultation for transfer of credits and other academic matters of an administrative nature. To further enhance the National Academy Program, lecturers from the UVa and other educational institutions, together with speakers and experts from the criminal justice field and related areas, are involved in Enrichment events. Facilities Since June 1972, all NA instruction has been conducted at the FBI Academy on the United States Marine Corps Base at Quantico, Virginia (I-95 exit 148). The Library is located in the center of the Academy complex. It is a total learning resource center including an extensive legal section and a wide selection of visual study aids. Portable DVD players and DVDs are available to check out for personal use. The library is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year on the honor system. Students register for a Library ID tag which is used to check out books and other materials. The Library provides computers for word processing and internet access. Staff members are available during business hours Monday-Friday. The Washington and Madison Dormitories are used to house the National Academy, FBI New Agents, and FBI New Intelligence Analyst Trainees. In late 2014, the Madison Dorm was re-opened after being fully renovated. There is a large Café area (including the Boardroom Bar), banking facilities, healthcare services and limited-use mailroom. Other personal services include: free linen exchange, washers, and dryers. Laundry rooms are located in the basements of the dormitories and are available for use at no charge. [NOTE: The washers use only High Efficiency (HE) detergent. Regular laundry detergent will damage the machine.] Students must provide their own detergent and other laundry products. Dry cleaning services are also available at the Academy at reasonable rates. Any other personal expenses must be absorbed by the student or their department/agency, such as any uniform requirements and gymnasium attire. A complete physical training center is available for student use before and after regular class hours. The cardio room, swimming pool, 440-yard track with lights, and basketball courts allow a full range of athletic activities. The Auditorium is the setting for graduation exercises and appearances by noted speakers. The Forum is a smaller auditorium and can also be used after hours and on weekends for showing movies. The Section Counselor can assist with reserving/setting up the Auditorium and/or The Forum. The complex is linked by enclosed walkways, and showcases a Hall of Honor featuring the NA graduates who lost their lives in the line of duty. A chapel/meditation room is adjacent to the Hall of Honor. Hogan s Alley provides a realistic urban environment for new agents to conduct practical exercise training. The complex includes commercial and industrial areas, a bank, post office, drug store, rooming house, pool hall, pawn shop (actually a front for a clandestine casino), motel, movie theater, trailer park, warehouse area, and residential streets with townhouses, apartments, and single family homes. Students should abide by posted notices when Hogan s Alley is closed due to training. Preparing for the FBINA Transportation Most students choose to drive to Quantico. Driving allows the student to bring everything needed and provides a degree of freedom during the stay at the Academy. Students who do not bring a vehicle often carpool with other students to attend 5

6 unofficial social functions off Academy grounds. Public transportation is not available to/from the Academy. Local car rental agencies are also a convenient way to get temporary and relatively inexpensive transportation. Computer/Communications Internet is available in Building 9, Room B-200, a computer classroom. Students are encouraged to bring their own computers. Wireless Internet connection is available in the dorm rooms through the National Academy Associates (NAA), the alumni organization of the NA, for a fee (see below). A laptop or notebook computer is preferable because of the limited desk space in the room. Some students bring their own printers, but only the most compact printers will fit on the desks in the dorm rooms. STUDENT TELEPHONES IN THE DORMS ARE ON DIGITAL CIRCUITS. STUDENTS MAY NOT CONNECT LAPTOP COMPUTERS OR ANY OTHER ANALOG DEVICES TO THESE OR ANY OTHER OUTLETS. The National Academy Associates (NAA) offer wireless service in the dorm rooms for a fee. Brochures with instructions for purchase/use are available at the NAA office located in the Academy. Some students prefer to buy mobile Internet devices/hotspots from wireless communications providers such as Verizon or Sprint. [NOTE: Verizon and Sprint have adequate cell coverage at the Academy; AT&T does not have coverage.] SCAN FOR VIRUSES WHEN USING STORAGE DEVICES IN ACADEMY COMPUTERS! Medical Information Students are advised to contact their health care provider to determine if and how their healthcare coverage works while at the Academy. Several pharmacies are a short drive from Academy grounds for prescription drop off and pick up. There is also a health center located in Module C (the first module on the left as you exit the gym). Clothing/Dress Code Students are advised not to over pack. Students will wear NA uniforms most of the time, including to the Welcoming Dinner honoring the arrival of the new session. Students wear suit and tie for Section and yearbook photographs, as well as for graduation. NA uniform (NA green polo shirt, khaki cargo trousers with belt, and black/brown shoes) will be worn Monday Friday, from 8:00AM to 5:00PM and during class. The National Academy maintains a professional dress code. Shorts or gym attire may only be worn during workout sessions or after business hours. Gym attire is not permitted in the cafeteria at anytime. Casual attire (e.g. jeans, shorts, t-shirts, flip-flops/shower shoes, etc.) is prohibited during business hours (8:00 am to 5:00 pm) except in designated workout areas. 6

7 FBI ACADEMY DRESS CODE BUSINESS BUSINESS CASUAL/UNIFORM CASUAL (Not Authorized Weekdays During Business Hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) **Gym Attire and Flip-Flops are never authorized in the Café/Boardroom Area** 7

8 What to bring to Quantico: Department Uniform [Optional] Suit, dress shirts, ties, socks, shoes Trousers and a button-down or polo shirt for a few events (Business Casual Attire) Black/brown walking boots/shoes Casual attire to wear after hours and on weekends Running shoes (2 pairs recommended for winter session) and socks Gloves to wear while running (recommended for winter session) [Optional] Warm jacket or windbreaker, preferably water repellent (recommended for winter session) [Optional] Extra blanket [Optional] Laundry bag Earplugs and eye mask (as needed) [Optional] Business cards (200 to 300 minimum), patches, pins, caps, coins, etc. for trading [Optional] Insurance information and claim forms, Worker s Comp forms Medicines and vitamins Phone/Camera [Optional] Swim gear (The pool uses the buddy system for safety) Silent Auction Items to raise funds for charities (2) Locks (gym locker & room drawer) What you will buy at the Academy: (See Uniform Item List) 2-3 NA Shirts 2-3 khaki/tan cargo trousers (unless you already have khaki/tan cargo trousers) 1 NA fleece jacket [Optional] 2-3 NA gym shorts 2-3 NA gym shirts Warm-up suit (Winter and Spring session [Optional]) Compression shorts (black or grey in color) Optional miscellaneous items available for purchase at the Academy PX or nearby stores: Surge protector (with at least 6-8 foot cord) for computer Soap and other toiletry items, shower flip-flops Extra pillow, blanket Alarm clock Office supplies: stapler, staples, staple remover, scotch tape, paper clips, colored highlighters, 3x5 cards, post-its, notepads, and term paper/report covers will be available for purchase at the Academy PX and local stores. 8

9 In-processing/Check-in Procedures at the Academy National Academy staff will greet students in the Jefferson Building Lobby, confirm each student s name is the way it should appear on the graduation certificate, and provide an introduction packet. After having a photo taken, National Academy students will receive a clip-on identification badge to be used for cafeteria meals and to open Academy access doors. Vehicle parking passes are available if needed. Parking for ALL students is in the middle of the parking lot in front of the Jefferson Dorm. Students may only park in spaces marked by an ORANGE stripe. Students may purchase NA uniform (NA shirt, khaki trousers, etc.) at the Post Exchange (PX) located in the Academy during inprocessing. The PX will be open to allow time for any purchases needed. The PX is open Monday-Saturday. Operating hours are subject to change and are posted near the PX. Late arriving students who are unable to purchase uniforms on the first day should wear business attire until they have time to purchase uniforms. All students must have uniforms purchased by the beginning of Day 3. CHECK ANY WEAPONS IN AT THE ACADEMY GUN VAULT OR SECURE THEM IN DEPARTMENT VEHICLE. STUDENTS ARE NOT AUTHORIZED TO POSSESS A WEAPON OF ANY TYPE INSIDE THE ACADEMY BUILDINGS AT ANY TIME. NOTE: Per H.R. 218, Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act of 2004, NA students may carry a weapon into Washington, D.C. The Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act permits the nationwide carrying of concealed handguns by off-duty, qualified, current and retired law enforcement officers between states as well as into Washington, D.C. If a student carries a weapon, he/she will be subject to use of force laws of that state. The laws of arrest, self defense, and firearms in states other than the state in which the student is sworn may be different and will govern any actions taken. Subsection (d) of H.R. 218, states the law enforcement officer must also carry photographic identification issued by the governmental agency for which the individual is employed as a law enforcement officer. Those who choose to carry a firearm are required to provide photographic identification and are subject to the rules and the laws of the state(s) in which they carry. Some of the museums, government offices, and other facilities even restrict off-duty law enforcement offers from carrying firearms into their facilities. Students having questions or concerns about carrying a weapon into Washington, D.C. or surrounding cities should contact the NA staff, counselors, or instructors for clarification. For more detailed information regarding the laws pertaining to H.R. 218, visit the following websites: Living Quarters and Roommates The National Academy students are housed in dormitories at the FBI Academy. Floors are co-ed, rooms are not co-ed. Separate dorms house training for all new FBI employees, New Agent Trainees, Basic Intelligence Analysts, and various other individuals attending in-service training. The Academy dorm rooms, classrooms, and common areas are TOBACCO FREE (no tobacco or electronic cigarettes in any form). Smoking is only permitted in designated posted areas outdoors, away from buildings. Two students share a room, and their room is connected to another two-person room through a common bathroom. Each room is furnished with a television, two extra long twin beds with storage space underneath, a small armoire, two small desks, two chairs, and electrical outlets capable of handing a computer set-up. There is a telephone in each room. Students may receive calls and make calls using a toll free number or use a credit card for long distance outgoing calls. 9

10 The bathroom contains one toilet and one shower. Toilet paper, towels, and wash cloths are provided. A pillow, pillow case, unfitted sheets and a bedspread will be provided for you. However, you may want to bring your own or buy these items locally. You may exchange linens during specific hours during the week at the linen exchange. Laundry facilities are located on the lower level of each dorm. Irons and ironing boards are also available. As previously mentioned, NA students are divided into sections. The students in each section will have been grouped together based upon course schedules accommodating the physical fitness block of instruction. Roommates and suite-mates may be from other sections. The FBINA will not change room assignments. Academy Orientation Upon arrival at Quantico, students will be given an information packet that includes: Welcome letter Dorm room number, location, and telephone number Homeroom Assignment 10/11-Week Schedule Individual Class Schedule NA Unit Staff and Section Counselor Information to include their office numbers and cellular numbers. Uniform Sheet FBI hours of operations/mailing address information Map of the Academy During Days 2 and 3, students are given the opportunity to change class schedule and be introduced to several members of the FBINA permanent staff. Students will also be briefed regarding the rules and regulations of the Academy and about the National Academy Associates (NAA) alumni organization. Travel/Money/Expenses Arrival at the Academy: Day 1 is for in-processing and moving into dorm rooms at the Academy. NA Staff are available in the Jefferson Lobby for arriving students throughout the day. This allows students a full day of travel. Specific start date and inprocessing hours are noted in the student s welcome letter from NA Admissions. Early arrivals must be approved by NA Admissions. Only International students traveling from outside the United States may arrive as early as Saturday. Generally, other approvals will only be granted to students flying in from the West Coast who are not able to find a flight that will get them to the Academy during regular hours on In-processing Day. Students who are driving will not be allowed to arrive early and should plan their drive, regardless of distance, to arrive on In-processing Day. Students should not arrive early without prior approval as they may be turned away at the gate and since they are within 50 miles of Quantico would not be reimbursed for their hotel stay that night. Driving: The FBI Academy is located on the U.S. Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia. Take Exit 148 off of I 95. At the end of the exit ramp, follow the signs directing you west to the FBI Academy, approximately 5 miles from I-95. NOTE: Marine Corps property begins at the exit from I-95. The Marine Corps (USMC) maintains entry points on its property and patrols the base area. Please be courteous and cooperative when responding to USMC requests for identification and observe the posted driving regulations. Observe posted speed limits. On base, cell phone use is ONLY permitted when a hands-free device is used. HOLDING and using A CELL PHONE while driving is PROHIBITED on Marine Corps property. 10

11 FBI Police will ask each student to identify themselves at the main gate of the FBI Academy. They will direct all students to the main entrance at the Jefferson Dorm Building. Students should park their vehicle, leave baggage in the car (at first), and enter Jefferson Dorm to sign-in. Students will have plenty of time to retrieve bags and get settled in. Travel Reimbursement [Reference - Federal Travel Regulation (FTR)] Before Travel Students must contact their sponsoring FBI Field Office to complete travel arrangements and set up electronic payment account. All non-government travelers, who are traveling on official FBI business, are required to submit a Vendor Request Form (see information below). According to the FTR, government agencies are allowed to reimburse travel expenses up to the cost of the GSA Contract Airfare and related local expenses. NA participants choosing to drive their agency s vehicle or POV (Personally Owned Vehicle) will be required to complete a cost comparison form. Because the FBI reimburses the student, the student must pay their agency themselves once their reimbursement has been received, if their agency expects compensation. Receipts are required, and will be collected at the FBI Academy, for reimbursement of the following expenses: Airfare/Rail tickets (only if not previously charged to the sponsoring Field Office s Government Travel Account [GTA]) Lodging and lodging taxes (only if 50 miles or greater from FBI Academy and student s residence) Baggage fees (1st and 2nd bag only, Excess/Overweight Baggage fee not authorized) Taxis/Shuttle service Any single expense over $35 Expenses reimbursed without receipts: Meals and Incidentals (3/4 of the GSA rate for first and last day of travel. Meals provided at the FBI Academy will be deducted from that day s M&IE calculation.) Tolls Mileage (Agency vehicles are reimbursed at the government vehicle rate.) [Fuel costs are included in this allowance. Students do not need to provide fuel receipts.] While at the Academy, everyone, except International students, will attend a meeting regarding travel vouchers. Students will complete either a travel questionnaire or a reimbursement waiver. All required receipts are collected and subsequently provided, on the participants behalf, to the sponsoring FBI Field Office for processing. Participants are reminded that they are responsible for reimbursing their agency, if required. Before graduating from the Academy, students receive an electronic deposit for the authorized reimbursement amount. FINAL (Return) Travel Voucher will be processed by the student s sponsoring FBI field office. Students are required to fax and or all receipts to the field office. According to the Federal Travel Regulation (FTR), the Final Travel Voucher MUST be completed within five business days of returning from the Academy. Any requests for travel reimbursement outside of those described or requests for an extension must be referred to NA Unit Chief for review. Air Travel: Official airline reservations will be handled by the sponsoring FBI Field Office who will advise the student of the appropriate flight and ground transportation requirements to and from the FBI Academy. Flying vs. Driving Flying contact local FBI field office to make flight arrangements. Airfare will paid by the FBI. 11

12 Students shall not seek reimbursement for airline tickets charged to the sponsoring FBI Field Office s GTA. Mileage rate to and from the airport are based on current GSA schedules to include government and personal vehicles. (See NA candidates can seek reimbursement for 1st and 2nd bag; however, NO reimbursement on excess or overweight baggage will be honored. Driving A cost comparison must be done between driving and flying and the lesser of the two amounts will be claimed. Students will be reimbursed based on the most direct route. Students selecting to drive their personal or government vehicle must log 300 miles or more daily under the FTR to claim per diem and lodging reimbursements. Miscellaneous Forms Related to Travel (See next pages.) 1. National Academy Travel Questionnaire 2. Reimbursement Opt-Out Form A Typical Section Photo 12

13 National Academy Travel Questionnaire Name Travel Period From / / to / / Points of Travel From: to FBI Academy Quantico Those who drove: 1. Number of miles driven from your Residence to the FBI Academy: 2. Mode of Transportation (circle) a. Personal Vehicle b. Department Vehicle 3. Lodging: (Receipts required) City State City State City State City State 4. Meals provided at FBI Academy on day of Arrival: B L D (circle all that apply) 5. Tolls $ Cost Comparison (All students driving must complete unless you are within 300 miles of FBI Academy) 1. Name of Airport from attached listing: 2. Number of miles roundtrip from your residence to the airport listed above: Those who flew: 1. Number of miles roundtrip from your residence to the airport: 2. Airfare you purchased (Receipt required) $ 3. Shuttle/Taxi from airport to the FBI Academy (include tip) $ 4. Checked Bag Fee (Up to 2 bags but not to include excess/overweight fee) $ 13

14 Opt-Out Form This is to certify that I have been offered the opportunity to seek reimbursement for my travel expenses from my Duty Station to the FBI Academy in Quantico, VA. I am DECLINING the opportunity to seek reimbursement for those travel expenses. NAME (print) Signature NA Session - Section Date 14

15 Uniforms All NA Students MUST wear an NA Uniform. This uniform is required during business hours, Monday - Friday. Uniforms are purchased through the Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) at the FBI Academy PX. In order to expedite in-processing on Day 1, students may pre-order their uniforms so they are ready upon arrival. A uniform pre-order form will be ed to students or given to them by their local FBI field office coordinator prior to their arrival. On the form, students will indicate uniform size and scan and or fax the form as instructed on the form. Upon arrival, students will pick up their uniform packet, ensure the items fit, and then take all the uniform items (with all tags attached) to the FBI Academy PX to exchange as necessary and pay for the items. [Although students may preorder, students will have to wait until they arrive to pay for the uniform items; there is no uniform pre-pay. Major credit cards are accepted at the PX; any personal checks for uniforms should be payable to MCCS.] Uniform Shirt - (green polo) Khaki Cargo Pants - (tactical or similar khaki cargo-style trousers purchase or bring from home) Black/Brown Shoe - (black/brown shoe required purchase or bring from home) Uniform Belt - (black/brown/tan belt required purchase or bring from home) Uniform Jacket/Fleece (select one) Half Zip Fleece Full Zip Fleece Full Zip Jacket Gym Uniform NA Shirt NA Shorts Spandex shorts Warm-up Suit (cold weather only) (Sweatshirt /bottoms) Miscellaneous Laundry Bag Shower Shoes Padlock 15

16 Assessment Fees There is a voluntary fee of $250 which covers both NA student activities and FBINAA membership dues. This fee is paid to the FBINAA, NOT the National Academy. The NAA supports several social events during the Session. Services will only be provided to those paying the assessment fee. Below is a list of services which will be provided to you with the payment of this fee: Personal publicity and group photographs Session Yearbook Challenge Shirt Session Patch Session Lapel pins Session Coin Students may call FBINAA at (540) , to pay this assessment prior to arrival. If electing to make payment during NA Registration, please make any checks for the assessment fee payable to the FBINAA. Additionally, the NAA will accept credit cards should you or your department prefer such method of payment. Other Expenses: Additionally, although items such as airfare to/from and lodging/meals while at the Academy are provided by the FBI, students can anticipate spending some of your own money on NA clothing and souvenirs. Other expenses students may incur: meals outside the Academy, entertainment, sightseeing, and unofficial field trips. Bank/Post Office/Mail Center Banking/ATM Machines: Justice Federal Credit Union, (JFCU), is the only bank inside the Academy. JFCU is open Monday Friday, excluding holidays, and will accept personal checks using your FBINA ID card as identification. There is also an ATM machine located outside of the JFCU itself. Stores: There is a small PX at the Academy and a large PX on the Marine Corps Base Main Side. Your FBINA ID card will allow you to shop at both PXs and get you through the Main Side gate. Both PXs sell U.S. postage stamps and accept cash, check, or debit/credit cards. Department Stores/Grocery Stores/Electronic Stores/Restaurants and other facilities are located in nearby cities such as Dumfries, Triangle, Stafford, Fredericksburg and surrounding areas. Malls in the area are Potomac Mills, Central Park (Fredericksburg), Tyson s Corner, and Pentagon City. Barber shops for haircuts are also available on the Marine Base Main Side. Nearby towns have barber shops and salons. Post Office/Mail Center/Incoming Mail The Academy has a USPS Kiosk located next to the Mail Center in Building 9. The Kiosk lets you weigh letters and packages, buy stamps, get prepaid postage, and send mail domestically or internationally. Drop-off USPS and FEDEX services are the only services offered at the Mail Center, and limited packing supplies for FED-EX packages are available. The operating hours vary, typically with hours of operation in the morning and at lunch. Upon arrival, for current collection hours, students may call The Garrisonville Post Office is located a short distance off campus on State Route 610, also known as Garrisonville Road. 16

17 All incoming mail received for students will be delivered the Counselors Office, Room 213 in Building 5, (the Classroom Building), and will be placed into the Section s respective mail slot just outside the office. MAILING ADDRESS FOR SHIPPING ITEMS MAILED TO THE ACADEMY: (Student s Name) FBI National Academy Session #, Section # FBI Academy, 1 Range Road, Quantico, VA PLEASE NOTE: Due to security screening of every parcel entering the Academy, receipt of mail can be delayed by as much as one week to 10 days, even when two-day shipment is used. Laundry and Dry Cleaning Facilities There is a free linen exchange at the Academy. Washers and dryers are located in the basements of the dormitories and are available for your use at no charge; however you must provide your own H.E. detergent and other laundry products. Dry cleaning services are also available at the Academy at reasonable prices. Physical Fitness All applicants to the FBI National Academy must be approved by an appropriate (medical) authority to participate in strenuous physical activities. The guidelines used are defined in the Physical Fitness Performance Assessment (PFPA) form and the FD 164b form, Report of Medical Examination FBI National Academy Applicant applicants must be assessed by a physician. The physician certifies the applicant is in good health/physical condition and can withstand strenuous physical exertion during physical training. Training coordinators have the option to either certify the PFPA themselves or delegate this responsibility to the applicant's supervisor for certification. The current fitness test is a timed 1-mile run: Males less than 10 minutes, Females less than 11 minutes 30 seconds. FBINA Fitness in Law Enforcement Program The NA program supports the belief that an officer s survivability is dependent on his/her physical fitness. Through the Fitness in Law Enforcement program, the NA exposes officers to the realization that their life, fellow officers lives, or the lives of those whom they are sworn to protect could ultimately depend on their ability to overcome a physically challenging situation. Students gain insight of their own fitness level, and are provided the tools (through knowledge and training), of how to improve and adopt a healthier lifestyle. The objective of this course is that students return to their department armed with the means to create and/or motivate others to focus on physical fitness. The Physical Training Unit will administer a Physical Fitness Assessment to NA participants on the first day of their participation in the Fitness in Law Enforcement Program. This assessment will evaluate the following: Height, weight, waist circumference, and blood pressure Movement to evaluate orthopedic concerns for the mobility and stability of the shoulder, spine, and hips Ability to perform maximal push-ups Timed 1-mile run (men <10 min, women < 11:30 min) This Physical Fitness Assessment, along with the pre Quantico screening (PFPA) form will be used to validate the student s fitness level and ability to participate in class training. If instructors believe that any student is at risk of injury through 17

18 participation in the aforementioned training, an individualized alternate training program will be designed and provided to that student. The student will be required to consult with the athletic trainer until the problem is resolved, and he or she is cleared for regular class participation. Fit Challenge Participation Participants in the Fit Challenge events must meet the minimum required time in the 1 mile run (men < 10 min, women < 11:30 min) administered at Quantico. Those who fail to satisfy this requirement will not be permitted to participate in all of the Challenges. Restricted students will be given an individualized alternate program. The purpose of the alternative program is to allow students to work toward improving their fitness through an orthopedically safe training alternative. Furthermore, the Health and Fitness Instructors (HFI) can remove a student who is determined to be at great risk of (further) injury, or who is physically incapable of maintaining a training level from any challenge event at any time. Those students will also be provided an individualized alternative program that will take the place of the group event. To participate in the Yellow Brick Road (YBR) which is the final Fit Challenge, ALL students will be re-evaluated in a 1-mile run during week 8 of their training, typically the week prior to the YBR run. Students must complete the timed run (men < 10 min, women < 11:30 min) to be eligible for participation in the YBR. Those that do not meet the required minimum run time or have injuries/limitations will be restricted from participation in the YBR. Additional Fitness in Law Enforcement Program Information Each NA student s course schedule will include two-hour physical training (PT) classes held two to three times during the week. The first hour usually consists of classroom instruction regarding nutrition and health and is followed by an hour of physical activity. However, your PT instructor may change up the class structure as deemed necessary. The first PT class will meet in the gym and will consist of the above outlined fitness test. 18

19 National Academy Physical Fitness Performance Assessment Applicant s Name (Last, First, MI) Department Purpose The National Academy Fit Challenge is a series of physically strenuous activities involving running and progressively higher intensity circuit based workouts. The final run of the Fit Challenge (the Yellow Brick Road) involves a 6+ mile run negotiating hills and rough terrain with natural and man-made obstacles. To ensure safety and minimize risk of injuries, participants must be reasonably fit to engage in these challenges. To be eligible for participation in the weekly Fit Challenge, culminating in the Yellow Brick Road, applicants are required to complete a timed, 1 mile run (for those without pain or orthopedic issues) within the time specified below. This form serves as an initial assessment of the applicant s ability to meet this time requirement: Males < 10 minutes Females < 11:30 minutes Failure to meet this requirement will exclude the applicant from participating with his/her classmates in the Fit Challenges and could potentially deny his/her receipt of the Yellow Brick Road award. Instruction to Applicant Within 6 months prior to your arrival at the FBI National Academy, conduct a timed 1 mile run, to the best of your ability. This run can be performed on a track (4 laps on a standard 440yd or 400m track) or on the road. Record your time below. Male Female Time: minutes; seconds (Circle one) Please Note: Upon your arrival to the Academy, you will be administered a Physical Fitness Performance Assessment that will include a re-test of your 1 mile run time, along with a mobility and stability evaluation of your trunk, low back, hips and shoulder, and a upper body strength test. Those students who do not meet the minimum 1 mile run time requirement during the first week of testing will have another opportunity during week 8. Failure to meet the required run time will preclude the student s participation in the Yellow Brick Road course. Required Signatures: I have performed a timed, 1 mile run. I certify the time recorded above is my true time. I am aware of the applicant s run time. Applicant is physically able to accomplish this task in the time noted above. Applicant Date Certifying Official Date Printed Title, Name [Note: The Certifying Official can be either the FBINA Field Training Coordinator or, at the Coordinator s discretion, the Applicant s supervisor]. 19

20 National Academy Participation NA students should actively contribute to class discussions, lectures, and all events overall. Often the most insightful and productive exchanges of ideas come from experiences shared by NA class members. Class Attendance/Course Work Attendance: NA class attendance and achieving minimum grade requirements MUST be met. ATTENDANCE IS MANADTORY FOR ALL CLASSES AND ENRICHMENT SEMINARS. All excused absences require the approval of the NA Unit Chief. The student s head of agency must write a letter to the NA Unit Chief on official letterhead for the request to be considered. Generally, there are only three reasons absence from class are excused: 1) Family emergency/personal crisis, 2) Promotion testing, and 3) Court subpoena Prior to your attending the NA, students will receive an from NA Admissions containing the above information. The e- mail will also contain information about any scheduled days off and any holidays that fall within the session. Students are advised to or fax in requests for any anticipated excused absence prior to arrival. Those requests will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. It is best to request permission for excused absences as soon as possible. In the event a situation develops during the session wherein the student must miss class, the Section Counselor will be notified as soon as possible. The student must then submit excused absence request from his/her head of agency. The Section Counselor will explain the necessary details to include in the request and will advise the student if/when the request is approved. Excused absences are granted on a case by case basis by the Unit Chief. Section Counselors /instructors do NOT have the authority to dismiss candidates from classes. NO travel arrangements should be made until proper approval is granted. Schedule: Weekdays are divided into two-hour and one-hour blocks of instruction starting at 7:30AM. Individual student class schedules will vary from day-to-day; however, classes will run until 5:00PM every day. The provided schedule will contain class times and additional scheduled events. Enrichment Seminars: The NA Unit hosts several Enrichment Seminars during the session. These executive level development seminars cover a variety of different subject matters. Topics include leadership lessons learned while under adverse conditions, inspiration and courage, stress management, and current events. Enrichment Seminars expose students to relevant law enforcement issues and feature distinguished speakers from the government and the private sector. These seminars provide a wealth of information and are considered a vital educational experience. Attendance at these events is MANDATORY, unless otherwise specified. Tests: Most courses have both mid-term and final exams. These exams are usually multiple-choice tests. Most instructors will conduct a final review session to go over material that will be tested. Some instructors give take-home essay exams, which generally take more time and effort to complete. Term Papers: Most of the courses, both undergraduate and graduate level, require the completion of terms papers and journals. Students have been averaging approximately 20 papers and projects during the session. Most projects require the use of APA citation (footnote) format. Free templates are available online and books are available in the library. The library staff is available and willing to answer questions regarding proper term paper formats and techniques. Students are encouraged to get started on term papers early so they will have time to study for final exams and still enjoy the many social events offered throughout the session. 20

21 The National Academy Grading Scale: A+ = B+ = C+ = D = A = B = C = A- = B- = C- = NA students must maintain a grade of C (77) or better in undergraduate courses and a grade of B- (83) or better in graduate courses to graduate from the NA program. NA Academic and Conduct Policies/Standards NA policies and standards are based on the NA's Guiding Principles which supports the program's mission of personal and professional development, preparation to innovatively address law enforcement challenges, and forging law enforcement partnerships. In order to uphold the prestige of being an NA graduate and maintain the integrity of the NA academic program, the following policies and standards will be enforced: 1. No alcoholic beverages are permitted in the dormitories. Alcoholic beverages on Academy premises are only permitted in the Boardroom, at the Grove, or pre-designated sites approved by the NA Unit Chief. 2. Quiet hours in the dormitories are 10:00 PM to 7:00 AM, Sunday through Thursday, and 11:00 PM to 7:00 AM, Friday and Saturday. 3. Students are not allowed to carry firearms within the FBI Academy. Firearms can only be taken directly to or from the gun vault for storage or remain secured in a student s vehicle. A firearm in the FBI Academy under any other circumstance will result in expulsion. 4. Students are forbidden to use FBI Internet computers to engage in malicious or unlawful activity, use abusive or objectionable language in either public or private messages, browse pornographic sites or chat rooms, or browse online gambling sites. 5. The FBI Academy adheres to the University of Virginia (UVA) code of honor for students. Violations of this code include, but are not limited to, copying other student's papers, plagiarism, or taking credit for another person's work product. 6. Class attendance is mandatory. Students attending the NA are being paid by their respective departments, and these departments, as well as the FBI, expect that students will attend all classes and enrichment seminars. All requests for absences must be submitted on the student's department letterhead for approval by the NA Unit Chief, with notification to the instructor by the student. Absences resulting from emergencies must be followed up with a letter to the NA Unit Chief on the student's department letterhead upon the student's return to the FBI Academy. Only illnesses, emergencies, or other reasons authorized by the NA Unit Chief, can excuse a student from attending class. Unexcused absence from a class, enrichment, or any mandatory event may result in dismissal from the NA. 7. Students must pass every course with a grade of C or higher (graduate classes B- or higher). Students who fail any course will not graduate, nor receive a NA diploma. 8. FBI NA students will be held accountable for their conduct while at and away from the Academy. Any misconduct, especially alcohol related misconduct, will be critically assessed in order to determine the suitability of a person to remain a participant in the NA program. Incidents will be reported to the student s agency. 21

22 The FBI Training Division (TD) must provide an orderly and professional environment that ensures safety and promotes learning, for all students while at the FBI Academy. Behavior and poor academic progress that is inconsistent with the principals and standards of the FBI and the NA can adversely affect the integrity of the NA and the learning environment of the academy. Violations of NA academic and conduct standards must be reported to the counselor SSA and documented on a NA incident report. Violation of certain offenses will require a suitability review while other offenses may be handled without a suitability review at the discretion of NA staff and counselors. Additionally, the academic performance of all NA students will be reviewed during week six of the program by each respective instructor. Instructors are required to complete a suitability survey on any student with a cumulative grade of 80 or lower and/or who are not participating in class. These surveys must be provided to the counselor SSA. Examples of offenses requiring suitability review: Continued violations of conduct standards/academy rules regardless of counseling or other corrective discretionary efforts by NA staff and counselors Plagiarism Academic grades below a C ( B- for graduate classes) Integrity violation (e.g. lack of candor) Actions in violation of Virginia state, or federal laws, or Marine Corps Base regulations Sexual encounters on Government property (to include dorm rooms) Firearms in the dorm rooms Alcohol in dorm rooms or contrary to established alcohol policy Examples of offenses in which NA staff may need to take corrective action: Unprepared for classes Low grades Tardiness or unexcused absence Rudeness or unprofessional behavior Suitability reviews require input from any NA student that may be involved in or have been impacted by the offense, NA staff and counselors, and respective instructors. The counselor SSA will document on a NA incident report any comments from the student in violation, any impacted students and NA staff or counselors. Suitability surveys will be collected from the student s instructors. The information will be provided to the NA Unit Chief (UC), who will advise TD Executive Management (EM) and will convene an administrative suitability conference concerning the student with the counselor SSA, the student s counselor, the UC of Faculty Affairs or other available UC from an instructional unit and any other NA or instructor staff deemed necessary by the NA UC. 22

23 FBINA FIELD COUNSELORS In addition to the FBI Agents and support personnel who comprise the permanent NA Unit staff, each NA Session includes FBI Special Agents from around the country. These NA field counselors guide students through the initial registration process and act as points of contact during their stay. The field counselors live in the dormitories with students and participate in the NA activities. They are prepared to facilitate requests, provide valuable information, and assist with any problems that may arise. FBINA EVENTS Some of the activities during the NA session: Welcoming Dinner. The beginning of the Session is celebrated with a Welcoming Dinner at the end of the first day. All NA students and staff gather together to enjoy each other s company and start the Session off right. Flag Night. An evening in which FBI New Agent Trainees, DEA Basic Agent Trainees, and New Intelligence Analysts Trainees are invited to socialize and interact with NA students from the cities and states in which the trainees will be assigned. All state and international (country) flags are displayed in the dining hall. Trainees and NA students congregate under the flag representing their state. Networking and fraternizing make for an enjoyable evening for both the NA students and trainees. Patch & Pin Night. NA students trade agency uniform patches, pins or other items. Law Enforcement Memorial, Washington, D.C.: The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, located in Washington, D.C., is one of the sites that the NA visits. It is here that the students honor their fellow fallen police officers. Honor Guard and bagpipes from the local police departments and a wreath laying ceremony all make this evening very special. (During the Spring Session, the NA makes every attempt to facilitate a Session Field Trip to the Candlelight Vigil during National Police Week, in lieu of the Memorial.) IACP Hosted Dinner: Hosted by the International Chiefs of Police, this dinner is in appreciation of the work the NA students do their service to their communities and countries. International Night: During this event, International students treat their fellow domestic students to a sampling of food and tradition unique to their homeland. International students have this opportunity to proudly display their native flags and share interesting information about their countries. It is a night of culture and fun for all who attend. Yellow Brick Road Challenge: The Yellow Brick Road is the final test of the NA Fitness Challenge. It is a 6+ mile course which includes a 2.8 mile trail run through the Marine Corps Endurance Course on the Quantico Base. The run consists of wooded trails, walls, ropes, and a cargo net. 23

24 Tours: White House, Pentagon, memorials, museums, battlefields, etc. Students organize various unofficial field trips in/around the Greater D.C. area. New York Field Trip: Hosted by the New York Chapter of the NA Associates and coordinated by the students from the NYPD, this unofficial event comes at additional cost. About 100 students will enjoy a weekend bus tour of the Big Apple. Philadelphia Field Trip: Hosted by the Philadelphia Chapter of the NA Associates and coordinated by the students from Philadelphia PD, this is another unofficial trip usually available to students. Cost is additional per student. Approximately 150 students participate in this field trip. Silent Auction: NA students traditionally conduct a Silent Auction to raise money for charity. Donated items are obtained by the students. Each NA Section has auction representatives to assist with this event. Each NA Session chooses the charities that are funded. FBINA Graduation Ceremony: Hosted by the FBI Director and heavily attended by friends, associates, and family members. Every effort is made to accommodate seating for the guests of each graduate in the Auditorium. Overflow seating is available. 24

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