CCII offers current and comprehensive training in major incident command, crisis negotiations, scribe and crisis negotiation techniques for first responders. CCII provides the course training material to the hosting police service, which supports the hosting police service to acquire accreditation by the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services, via the Ontario Police College.
CCII hosts an Annual Fall Seminar for Incident Commanders, Tactical Members, Crisis Negotiators, and Correctional Staff. The 2018 CCII Fall Seminar will be held in Niagara Falls ON, Nov. 5 to 7, 2018.
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This two day course will provide a review and general understanding of the role and responsibilities of a Police Crisis Negotiator. Crisis Negotiating with a hostage / barricaded / suicidal person is among the most stressful and difficult tasks a police officer will encounter. This is a much-needed course for those, planning on entering policing or current front line officers. This exciting course will be held during reading week at Durham College, Oshawa Campus.
This two day course will provide a review and general understanding of the role and responsibilities of a Police Crisis Negotiator. Crisis Negotiating with a hostage / barricaded / suicidal person is among the most stressful and difficult tasks a police officer will encounter. This is a much-needed course for those, planning on entering policing or current front line officers. This exciting course will be held at the Manitoulin Hotel and Conference Centre, Manitoulin Island. For more information or to register, email Serenity Sandford at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dave Parker, Brantford Police Service
Kevin C. Feagan
Manager, Municipal Law Enforcement Services, City of Oshawa
Shanley Southworth - Halton Regional Police Service
Cororate Services - Senior Buyer
Sgt. Steve Kloostra Chatham-Kent Police Service
Sgt. Critical Incident Response Team
Sgt. Albert Pilbeam Chatham-Kent Police Service
Sgt. Critical Incident Response Team
Cst. Nicole Kadour
Cst. Critical Incident Response Team, Use of Force Instructor
S/Sgt. Kevin Beaudoin LaSalle Police Service
S/Sgt. Administration & Corporate Support, CID Supervisor
S/Sgt. Owen Lockhart Sarnia Police Service
S/Sgt. Professional Standards Branch
S/Sgt. Robin Abbott Hamilton Police Service
S/Sgt. Hamilton Police Service
Dr. Howard H. Thaw, Negotiator - HELP.VC
Cst. Lorrie Anne Maitland
Crisis Negotiator, L-A Maitland, Woodstock Police Service
Theo Selles, M.Sc.
Justice Studies Program, Humber Guelph University
Kimberly Thompson, CMM III, CPSO
Manager, By-law Enforcement Services, Corporate Services Department
Supervisor at St. Leonard’s House Place Peel
Lynn St. Arnaud
Scribe for the Ottawa Police Service
Liaison & Policy Officer Timmins Police Service
Staff Sargent Peter Orsino Greater Sudbury Police Service
Inspector Derek Johnson
Inspector with the Anishinabek Police Service, Thunder Bay
Sergeant - Greater Sudbury Police Service
Inspector Todd C.Zimmerman Greater Sudbury Police Service
Operational Support Inspector
Michael Hunter North Bay Police Service
S/Sgt. Officer in Charge - Emergency Response Team
S/Sgt. Woodstock Police Service
Registered Nurse - Durham Regional Police Mental Health Support Unit