This 2-day course provides officers with their State of Minnesota yearly mandated trainings. Officers will examine Crisis Response, Conflict Management, Autism, and Cultural Diversity.
Law Enforcement is constantly learning new skills to keep up with the demands of the ever-increasing social issues, which are matched only by the level of complexity in every situation. This seminar goes beyond the physical tactics required by law enforcement and equips officers with training to promote the safety of all involved for positive crisis response.
- Law Enforcement Guide to Understanding Autism: 4 hours (Minimum 4 hours per statute)
- Crisis intervention Mental Illness Crisis: 6 hours ( Minimum 6 hours per statute)
- Cultural Diversity – Implicit Bias / Community engagement: 3 hours (minimum 1 hour per statute)
- Conflict Management / Mediation: 2 hours (Minimum 1 hour per statute)
- Hate Crimes - Crimes Motivated by Bias 1 hour (Minimum 1 hour per statute)
TOTAL: 17 hours - Minimum per statute
Course Learning Goals
In this 6-hour course, learn field-level triage for primary mental health disorders, symptom cluster, potential complications within the law enforcement intersections, and methods for engaging individuals struggling with their crisis.
Develop a deeper understanding into autism spectrum disorder (ASD), gain recognition in identifying behaviors associated with ASD,how disparities can be barriers inform law enforcement response, and gain strategies and practices to promote safe, effective, and positive outcomes when in situations involving ASD.
Explore the ongoing influence of race relations, strategies to reconcile past injustice, and the importance of fair and impartial policing. Learn how history shaped laws to alienate and angered disadvantaged communities of color. You will then turn the lens to identify your own bias and learn about strategies to help reduce the negative influence of bias.
Conflict Management / Mediation
Based upon circular communication instead of direct conflict resolution communication, you will learn the D.M.C. model, which allows both officers and the community to be heard, building respect and trust. You will also be introduced to the basics of equitable communication by learning how to make contact, the internal factors, the issues taking place currently, and the difference in cultural norms.
Hate Crimes; Crimes Motivated by Bias
Hate Crime is often misunderstood and as a result, unfortunately, goes unreported by victims, witnesses and even our Law Enforcement officials. This course will explore the serious impact of hate crimes and discuss how Law Enforcement can play a significant role in Minnesota’s fight, against hate groups and crimes committed, motivated by bias.
- Full refund available up until 14 days prior to date.
- 50% refund available up until 7 days prior to date.
- No refunds will be made within 7 days of the date.
LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING ACADEMY & CONSULTING
This course is offered and conducted by Eckberg Lammers’ Law Enforcement Training Academy & Consulting team of experienced trainers and consultants. Information provided in these trainings does not constitute or contain legal advice, nor do they establish and attorney-client relationship.