Unified Command training will address the purposes and advantages of multi-jurisdiction and/or multi-agency Unified Command, and how UIC can be applied to critical incident situations.
CCII has provided in-service training lectures on Major Incident Response for Front-line Supervisors, Crisis De-escalation, Introduction to Crisis Negotiations and can customize training to fit your immediate needs.
CCII provides a four day Incident Command Scribe Course designed for operational scribes, both sworn and civilian
This two day course is designed to help Special Constables understand and deal with individuals who are expressively violent, suffering mental illness or in a state of crisis.
This one-day course is designed to help police communicators understand and deal with individuals who are suffering mental illness or in a state of crisis.
CCII has developed this four day course designed to provide Patrol Supervisors who are required to assume initial command of police operations in critical incident situations.
Five-day course to provide Duty Officers / Major Incident Commanders with a training course designed for police leaders who are required to assume command of police operations in major incidents
This workshop will review common mental health illnesses and disorders influencing a person in crisis and applying effective negotiation strategies and techniques.
The purpose of the course is to provide the students with the skills and knowledge to be able to maintain a concise and accurate record of major events pertaining to the Incident Commander
one-day workshop is designed to assist first responders in dealing with the challenging, demanding, and potentially violent interactions that can arise when encountering persons suffering mental illness and in a state of crisis.
Designed to provide personnel (at the situation commander level) a review of their knowledge, skills, and commonly accepted practices and procedures essential to effective planning and direction of operations in hostage and/or barricaded person situations.
This course will review the Incident Command Triangle, their respective roles and responsibilities. This course will review the importance of the negotiating team to correctly assess the subject/suspect’s emotional or mental state and level of reasoning
This two day course will provide a review and general understanding of the role and responsibilities of a Crisis Negotiator.
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