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Trauma-Informed Policing

Trauma-Informed Policing is a course created to assist law enforcement in identifying children and adults who have been exposed to traumatic events, and to enhance their ability to successfully interact with vulnerable populations, while ascertaining the tools needed to help officers reduce crisis situations. This program focuses on a variety of important components such as identifying trauma and its impact on the brain, understanding The ACE’s Framework, illustrating the consequences of trauma on an individual’s behavior, and gaining knowledge of forensic interviewing and de-escalation techniques.   

Trauma-Informed Policing - August 2 - August 29, 2021
Trauma-Informed Policing - August 2 - August 29, 2021

Trauma-Informed Policing - August 2 - August 29, 2021

$995.00
 Course Dates: August 2 - August 29, 2021 Trauma-Informed Policing is a course created to assist law enforcement in identifying children and adults who have been exposed to traumatic events, and to enhance their ability to successfully interact with vulnerable populations, while ascertaining the tools needed to help officers reduce crisis situations. This course focuses on a variety of important components such...

Course information

What you will learn
• How to recognize the acute signs of traumatic distress. • How trauma impacts brain function. • How to differentiate between exposure to violence and trauma. • The developmental impact of childhood exposure to trauma. • Tools that help officers reduce crisis situations.

How the course is taught
• 100% online • Instructor-led • 4-Weeks to complete • (2) 2-hour live lectures • (2) 1-hour live lectures • Training modules include readings, assignments, discussions, activities, and other handouts • 40 course hours

Course Instructor

For law enforcement professionals, trauma-informed policing practices that enhance officers’ understanding of trauma and its effects can facilitate criminal investigations through a greater awareness of a victim’s needs, reduce the potential recurrence of criminal behavior through early intervention and community trust in police, and connect traumatized individuals to appropriate community services and supports.

Professor of Criminal Justice and Co-Director of the Juvenile Justice Institute at Keystone College - Keystone College - La Plume, Pennsylvania.
Muhinlai

Frequently asked questions

When can I get started?

You can start taking the course on the date listed on the course description.

How does it work?

After enrolling, you'll complete the course at the pace establisbed by the course instructor.    

How long do I have to complete each lesson? 

Refer to the course syllabus provided by the course instructor.

Are the instructional materials included?

Yes, the instructional materials required for this course are included in enrollment and will be available online.