De-Escalation Skills and Techniques are the cornerstone to crisis resolution. Successful de-escalation actually begins before it is needed. Students will be taught communication skills that are inclined to de-escalate, rather than escalate the situation.
Response to Aggression addresses verbal and physical threats of violence up to and including active shooter response (Response to Active Threat - RAT). Beginning with threat recognition, students will discuss work place violence and other threats, regardless of location. Students will be taught response programs that focus on self preservation.
The facility manager and agency supervisors have a responsibility to the agency and their subordinates to foster a safe environment, beginning with preparation. The responsibilities further extends to managing the scene and the aftermath of a critical incident and mass casualty event.
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This training has been registered with MCOLES for the use of PA 302 Law Enforcement Distribution funds.