Detecting Danger / Deliberate De-escalation
In today’s environment, more and more agencies are being critiqued not only on their response to an incident, but also how and why an incident was allowed to manifest into a situation where force was used.
Join us as we discuss topics related to:
Decision-making / Peer Intervention / Emotional Intelligence / The process of De-escalation / Recognizing Escalation / Incident Documentation
Please see attached flyer: Detecting Danger – Deliberate De-Escalation
Parking Information: Parking is free to all plated police cars and government vehicles that park in a lot. Any personal vehicles will have to pay the parking fee (they will try to get a discount on the parking).
See attached map: Auraria Campus Map (The box with the red lettering is where the training will be held.)
Effective October 1, 2021, students must notify the sponsoring training region/provider at least 14 days prior to the training if they are not able to attend the training. If sufficient notification is not provided, your agency may be restricted from receiving future regional POST grant funding (class, scholarship, training equipment) for a period of up to six (6) months. Any penalties issued will be at the sole discretion of the training region boards.