MENTAL HEALTH INTERVENTION & DE-ESCALATION - CANCELLED DUE TO LACK OF FUNDING

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MENTAL HEALTH INTERVENTION & DE-ESCALATION - CANCELLED DUE TO LACK OF FUNDING
Date: Wednesday, March 11, 2020
Time: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Location:
Illinois Valley Crime Prevention Commission Training Room
225 Backbone Road East
Princeton, IL
Instructor: Officer Brian Tison - CIT Coordinator / Hostage Negotiations Team Leader METRO/SWAT - University of Illinois Police Department

Brian has been a sworn officer for over 26 years, serving with both the Vermilion County Sheriff’s Department and the University of Illinois Police Department.  He is currently assigned to the Patrol Division and is a certified Master Firearms Instructor and Field Training Officer.   Brian is  an  active  CIT  Officer  and  Coordinator  for  the  Crisis  Intervention  Program  for  UIPD. 

He  also  serves  as  Hostage Negotiation Team Leader for the Champaign County METRO/SWAT Team and is the Vice President of the Board of Directors for the Illinois Crisis Negotiators Association. 

Brian teaches the police response portion of the 40-hour Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) course statewide and serves as the CIT Task Force representative for the University of Illinois.  He was one of the first officers in the state to be trained as a CIT instructor and has 
taught extensively for Mobile Training Units in Illinois.   Brian has presented at National CIT Conferences in Florida and Ohio.  In 2006, he was named CIT Officer of the Year for the State of Illinois. Member Fee: $0
Non-Member Fee: $100


In the last four decades, the number of individuals with mental illness living in a community setting  has risen drastically,  resulting  in  increased contacts with law  enforcement.  Agencies  across  the  country  have responded by developing new protocols, hiring social workers, and implementing special response teams.  This course is designed  to  increase  officer  awareness  of  mental  health  disorders  and  provide  effective  intervention techniques for handling mental health crisis situations.  This training will benefit all levels of public safety, including police officers, corrections  officers,  probation  officers,  EMTs  and  telecommunicators.

Topics include:

•     History and Background

•     National Perspectives

•     Types and Symptoms of Mental Illness

•     Medications and Co-occurring Disorders

•     Treatment for Mental Illness

•     Suicide Assessment and Response

•     Police Intervention Models

•     De-Escalation Strategies

•     Violence and Mental Illness

•     Legal Issues

•     HIPPA

•     Emergency Petitions
 
MTU 5’s request for certification of this course, as well as Mandate Approval, is PENDING through the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standard’s Board.
 
 
TRAINING MANDATES MET BY THIS TRAINING
Civil Rights Constitutional and Proper Use of Law Enforcement Authority.
Cultural Competency Procedural Justice
Introductory Mental Health Awareness Legal Updates
Human Rights Use of Force (must include scenario based or similar approved training)
Lead Homicide Investigator   Sexual Assault Trauma Informed Response
  Sexual Assault Investigator Training   Psychology of Domestic Violence
 
Course enrollment must be made by the agency CEO or designated training officer.  Registration may be made using our on-line course registration link on this website.  All officers enrolled by their department will be assumed to be on duty unless otherwise noted
 
Mobile In-Service Training Region #5 –Assist Program
Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board
Serving the Counties of: Bureau – La Salle – Marshall – Putnam - Stark