Proven De-escalation & Mental Health Training for Police & Security

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Advanced Training

Mental Health Awareness Training System

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A planned and intensive course designed for police officers that have frequent interactions with those suffering from mental illness.

All sessions are based on evidence based practices. Organizations may choose to utilize a current program at this stage, such as Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training.

 

 Course description:

  • 40 hours – in-depth and in-person
  • Blended learning including both didactic and classroom
  • It is equivalent to Crisis Intervention Team training.
  • Specialized officers that frequently interact with mentally ill populations such as specialist groups, hostage negotiators and those that manage crises.
 

 Learning Objectives

  • Scientific evidence in regards to best police practices
  • How to identify and respond to specific mental illnesses
  • Addiction
  • Developmental Disabilities
  • Mood Disorders
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Schizophrenia
  • Understand the relationship between violence and mental illness
  • Refresher training and hands-on implementation of Empathy, Communication and De-escalation techniques
  • Interactive session with individuals living with mental illness
  • Training on cultural adversity, stereotypes and prejudice
  • Training and hands-on implementation of negotiation skills
  • Information on specific resources, referrals and follow up
 
Details
Unit 3: Advanced Mental Health Training



Key Details

  • 40 hours
  • Blended learning
  • Specialized officers

Measured Benefits

  • 23% increase in self-reported police officer confidence
  • 41% decrease overall in use of physical force
  • 5.2% decrease in use of force in mental health calls specifically
  • 19% increase in efficiency