Crisis and Hostage Negotiations- Level 1 (5-day seminar) Cedar City, UT
Date(s) - 07/09/2018 - 07/13/2018
FIVE DAY CLASS LIMITED TO 30 Students
$395 tuition for one and with each additional registration from the same department only $370..must register at the same time to receive automatic discount** NO DISCOUNT CODE NEEDED
Hostage Negotiators are involved in many negotiation situations that are not hostage situations by the strictest definition of the term. Negotiators may be effectively used in situations ranging from barricaded subject incidents to stalking crimes. High-risk suicides, mental health warrants, high-risk warrants, debriefing of crisis victims, and stalking are all situations in which the negotiator can be of value.
In these situations because of their unique training, special skills, and knowledge, and different perspective on policing, negotiators can be effectively used to resolve these situations with no injury or loss of life (McMains & Mullins, 1996).