Police Interactions with Persons with Mental Illness - Part II
In this training program, we will examine some of the challenges you face when dealing with persons with mental illness and provide you with new information and practices for a more successful outcome. We will focus on ways to reduce those risks for everyone involved. We’ll look at the Massachusetts Mental Health Action Plan. We’ll talk about verbal and non-verbal communication, body language, safety space, use of force, and de-escalation.
Integrating Communications, Assessment and Tactics (ICAT)
ICAT training or “Integrating Communication, Assessment and Tactics” is the intended follow-up to “The Police Response to Persons with Mental Illness Part II.” It will focus on the IACP recommended “Critical Decision-making Model”, which can improve and integrate your approach on dangerous calls, with proper communication, assessment, and tactics to successfully mitigate the situation, without the use of force.
Legal Updates & The Criminal Justice Reform Act
This program will cover the 2018 Criminal Justice Reform Act and new “Red Flag Legislation” We will cover contemporary and specific case law studies involving both motor vehicle and criminal matters of particular importance to law enforcement officers. MPI will address the significant changes in the Juvenile Laws as well as new law pertaining to the legalization of marijuana and the how that will effect police procedures. This training will also address the status of cell phones, and search warrants pertaining to cell site location information.
A Multidisciplinary Response to Active Shooter Hostile Events
This training program will introduce you to the national protocols surrounding “the police response to active shooter and hostile events.“ We will train to the multi-disciplined response of police, fire, EMS, and communications as directed by the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and the Incident Command System. This training will clarify best practices, contact teams, hot, warm, and cold zones, and what is expected of every responder to an active shooter or other hostile events.