EAGLE Training

What is included with the EAGLE Online Training Course?

EAGLE has collaborated with National White Collar Crime Center and created a free online training covering the main features of the Elder Abuse Guide for Law Enforcement (EAGLE), and introduces types of elder abuse.

This course provides information on how to navigate through the EAGLE portal and how to identify EAGLE provided aids for evidence and processing. Topics include an introductory understanding of elder abuse, financial abuse, physical abuse, and neglect.

Can I receive POST or IADLEST credit for completion of the EAGLE Training?

NW3C presents a certificate of completion to each student who successfully completes training. Many of NW3C trainings are Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) certified in the state in which they are held.

Who is the training intended for?

Services are available to local, state, tribal and federal law enforcement and prosecutorial and regulatory agencies. Other agencies include the below:

  • Adult Protective Services
  • Probation and Parole
  • State Regulators
  • Prosecutors and Judges
  • Police Officers (State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial)

How much is the training?

The training has been funded by the Department of Justice and is available at no cost.

What if I’m interested in an in person training?

In person law enforcement trainings are offered based on funding and availability. Please fill out an application and contact us at eaglehelp@usc.edu to find out if training is available in your area.