Law Enforcement Response to Subjects with Mental Health Conditions
Date(s) - 02/01/2017
Daytona State College
Attendees will be provided with specialized behavioral health based training regarding the types of mental health conditions public safety personnel may be faced with during a Crisis Negotiation involving a Mentally Ill Subject and/or a Barricaded Criminal in Crisis or a Hostage Taker holding a Hostage(s). Strategies for relating and working with those that suffer from mental health conditions can be quite challenging and have the potential to pose danger to the public and public safety personnel at times if not dealt with appropriately. Such challenges include individual(s) suffering from suicidality and attempts to manage individuals who suffer from a major focus of clinical and behavioral attention (e.g.’s include: Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, Major Depressive Disorder, & Suicidality Awareness, Intervention, and Prevention).
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