- September 21, 2020 - September 25, 2020
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Venue: Belton Police Shooting Range
Belton Police Shooting Range, 1501 E. Ave A, Belton, TX 76513
Event Phone: 254-770-2367
ALL STUDENTS MUST WEAR MASKS, WE WILL NOT PROVIDE THEM!
The purpose of the Intermediate Crisis Intervention Training course is to educate law enforcement officers about issues pertaining to crisis intervention techniques, especially in communicating with persons with a mental illness.
This course meets Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) requirements #1850
Any Commissioned / Licensed Peace Officer
- Discuss the impetus for crisis intervention training and why it is so important to the law enforcement community.
- Recognize the community mindset as it relates to the mentally ill’s relationship with law enforcement personnel
- Explain Crisis Intervention’s role in Officer Safety
- List four prominent categories of mental illness
This class will be taught by Chief Lydia Alvarado.
Lydia Alvarado has 30 years in law enforcement experience. She has been a licensed instructor since 1991 and obtained a Vocational Teaching Certification in 1995.
Lydia has developed curriculum and instructed thousands of people in anti-drug and gang courses, youth group development, parent training, conflict resolution, college accredited criminal justice training, mental health certification, CIT training, communications, problem solving, crisis negotiations, and law enforcement ethics. Lydia has detailed and diversified law enforcement background, holding positions as Police Chief, Director of Emergency Services, training coordinator, investigator, internal affairs (supervisor/investigator), telecommunications, and correction’s.
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Goes On Sale: September 9, 2020 2:59 pm
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