CHAPTER 5 PHYSICAL SECURITY AND LAW ENFORCEMENT PROCEDURES TRAINING SOURCES (1) The ACTEDS Plan identifies the majority of CP-19 required training sites. Supervisors may request information through this source. Appendix H provides information on some of the courses utilized for CP-19 development. (2) The local training and development specialist is a good source of information on training and education opportunities, especially those offered locally. Usually there are a number of locally developed or offered courses that can be considered as equivalents of the courses listed in the MTP. Local training should be utilized whenever possible in order to reduce costs. (3) The Army Correspondence Course Program Catalog, DA Pamphlet 351-20, provides a listing of all courses and subcourses available through the Army and is another valuable source of inexpensive training. (4) The Civilian Training and Professional Development Opportunities Catalog, issued by PERSCOM and available at local CPO training offices, contains programs centrally administered by HQDA (PERSCOM). It is updated each year and is also a source of training information to the CP-19 careerist. (5) OJT is also a valuable and sometimes sole source for some training and development. Preferably it should be prudently blended with training from one or more of the above categories to ensure a comprehensive and professional level exposure to all aspects of the subject.