Brain Tactics For Law Enforcement: Responding to Individuals in Crisis
About This Webinar
Over 20% of calls to 911 are mental health related. Yet, many law enforcement officers do not receive adequate training on mental health emergencies. If officers are not adequately trained, the stressful nature of these situations can make it difficult to know how to respond appropriately. Officers need the knowledge and training to identify behaviors associated with a mental health crisis and engage with civilians exhibiting these behaviors. With this knowledge, the officers involved can maximize safety for the individuals in crisis, proximate civilians, and themselves.
Hear Diana Concanonn, PsyD, PCI, Dean of the California School of Forensic Studies at Alliant International University, share brain tactics for responding to individuals in crisis.
In this webinar, you’ll learn the following:
How our brain responds to stressful situations
Techniques for effective situational response and decision-making in high-stress situations
Strategies for effectively de-escalating crises
Dr. Diana M. Concannon PsyD, PCI
Dean of the California School of Forensic Studies, Alliant International University