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Crisis Intervention Training #1850

Hosted By: The Jersey Village PD

  • Ended
  • 225 US dollars
  • 16401 Lakeview Dr Jersey Village, TX 77040

Service Description

This 40-hour Crisis Intervention Training Course will cover the key concepts, safety techniques, and communication skills critical when dealing with persons suffering with a mental illness who find themselves in a state of crisis. It will expand the student’s knowledge in de-escalation for all types of crisis interactions such as the utilization of the LEAPS theory of de-escalation, Active Listening Skills, and crisis scene management. Student will be taught and guided by various subject matter experts with time for discussions, questions, and concerns. Brainstorming with fellow attendees will assist in the discussion of “best practices” and the sharing of personal situational experiences. This course will include a combination of lecture, scenario role-play, and discussion-based training. Participants will be actively involved both verbally and physically. Students will learn and practice their ability to de-escalate crisis situations and complete evaluations for follow-up actions such as Peace Officer’s Emergency Detention (POED). The learning objectives satisfy the required content of the Crisis Intervention Training 40 HR Course (TCOLE 1850). This course is a required course to be completed no later than the second anniversary of the date the officer is licensed or the date an officer applies for an intermediate proficiency certificate, whichever date is earlier. Instructor: Sergeant Stephanie Piper is a law enforcement professional with 12 years of experience in crisis intervention and de-escalation techniques. Her career trajectory accelerated with four influential years as a Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) member before assuming a supervisory role. She has a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice, a Master Peace Officer license, and a Master Jailer License. Stephanie has developed and implemented crisis intervention training programs for law enforcement professionals and is passionate about improving law enforcement responses to mental health crises. She is experienced in handling challenging situations with professionalism and is committed to community safety. Stephanie holds a voting chair position in the Behavioral Health Advisory Committee and is a certified Mental Health Officer. As an instructor, Sergeant Stephanie Piper, aims to create a culture of de-escalation within law enforcement agencies and promote safer and more empathetic interactions between officers and individuals in crisis.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations within 5 days of registering are 100% refundable, unless the following restrictions apply: Due to limited seating, we request that you cancel at least 5 days before a scheduled class begins. This gives others the opportunity to register for the class. If you have to cancel your class, and do so at least 5 days before the class, you may use the credit towards any future class. At any time after registering, or within 5 days of the course, you may transfer the registration to another person.

Contact Details

(800) 489-8190

6330 E Hwy 290 #125, Austin, Texas 78723 Menger Public Safety, La Calma Drive, Austin, TX, USA

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