• Officer Resilience and Training
    December 10, 2018 - December 11, 2018
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Event Phone: 573-635-5925 ext: 117

Officer Resilience & Safety Training Program

This 2 day (16 hour) training program is designed to help a Law Enforcement Officer develop the skills and tools necessary to improve and expand their safety guidelines, foster a resilient mindset, and make the most of their law enforcement career.

PROGRAM AGENDA

Day 1

8:00 a.m. What is resilience as it relates to law enforcement and officer survival and how to use LEOKA data

9:00 a.m. What does the acronym H.E.L.P. stand for and how can it be used to reduce and prevent law enforcement suicide

10:00 a.m. Law enforcement accidental deaths and three most common non-fatal injuries

11:00 a.m. Law enforcement accidental deaths and injuries

12:00 p.m. Lunch

1:00 p.m. Stress: What it is and its positive and negative impact on us

2:00 p.m. How our brain works and how learning how your mind works is beneficial to you

3:00 p.m. How to make stress a positive factor and make it work for you

4:00 p.m. What is Human Peak Performance Science as it relates to law enforcement resilience

Day 2

8:00 a.m. How your uniform impacts officer resilience and can impact your wellbeing, health, safety and survival

9:00 a.m. De-Escalation and communication

10:00 a.m. Communication continued

11:00 a.m. Vehicle Operations and Safety

12:00 p.m. Lunch

1:00 p.m. Traffic stops; slow, high and emergency driving; and introduction to time, distance, cover and concealment

2:00 p.m. How to take advantage of time, distance, cover, and concealment; and identifying pre-assault cues

3:00 p.m. Micro-facial expressions; law enforcement authority; and use of force justification

4:00 p.m. Case law review; how to write factual, objective, and reasonable police reports; how video and vision are different and can impact objective reasonableness

December 10–11, 2018

New Madrid (New Madrid County)
New Madrid Public Safety Training Facility
342 US Highway 61
New Madrid, MO 63869

REASONS TO ATTEND THE PROGRAM:

  • Become an all-around better law enforcement officer.
  • Be prepared for the challenges you might face while on duty!
  • Protect yourself from the negative aspects of the profession that lead to poor physical and emotional health.
  • Survive the perils of the law enforcement profession so you can have a long and successful career, help more people, and help ensure no one that you love and care about have to suffer your loss.

POST CLEE CREDIT – 16 HOURS:

  • 2 hours Officer Well-being
  • 2 hours Fair and Impartial Policing
  • 2 hours Handling Persons with Mental Health or Cognitive Impairment Issues
  • 2 hours Tactical Training and De-escalation
  • 2 hours Legal Studies
  • 2 hours Interpersonal Perspectives
  • 4 hours Technical Studies