The Crisis Negotiation and De-Escalation course is a tremendous learning opportunity for those who act as the first point of contact with persons in a state of crisis. This three - day course is designed to help
frontline workers understand and deal with individuals who are expressively
violent, suffering mental illness or in a state of crisis. Crisis Negotiating with a hostage / barricaded
/ suicidal person is among the most stressful and difficult tasks a police
officer or mental health worker will encounter. This course will review
the concepts and techniques of crisis negotiations and subject assessment.
By broadening the knowledge and understanding of crisis negotiation concepts, and techniques, the escalation cycle, communicating with persons in an active state of crisis and crisis vs. tactical communication, will support the desired peaceful resolution.
Training includes handout material, certificate and the use of audio and video aids, blended with academic-based learning via case studies, scenarios, and terminology.
Tom Hart-President of CCII and former Police Detective and Crisis Negotiator
Monique Rollin – V.P of CCII and former Police Inspector, Crisis Negotiator and Incident Commander
|Starts||September 25, 2019|
|Ends||September 27, 2019|
|Venue||Crisis Negotiations and De-Escalation Course|
|Address||66 Meredith St E, Little Current, ON P0P 1K0|