This course focuses on psychosis and schizophrenia and how to best help people in crisis. Schizophrenia is a very serious and debilitating illness that affects more than 1% of the population. As first responders, it is important to know basic information on the illness.
This Crisis Intervention Teams (CIT) overview course covers what CIT is, the basic philosophy of CIT and how first responders can best address people in crisis. The learning objectives in this series of courses are: Understanding of major and severe forms of mental illness Develop […]
ADM 1.09 – Title VII Basics For Criminal Justice Professionals Course Length: 2 hrs. Student Contact Certificate of Completion: Included Course Overview In 1964 the federal government enacted Title VII of the Civil Rights Act intended in part to prevent or reduce illegal employment discrimination […]
ADM 1.06 – HIPAA Myths and Reality for Local Government and Law Enforcement Course Length: 2 hrs. Student Contact Certificate of Completion: Included Course Overview While HIPAA was enacted in 1996 and security and privacy regulations went into effect in 2003 there remains in the […]
ADM 1.07 – Myths of Garrity & Self Incrimination Course Length: 2 hrs. Student Contact Certificate of Completion: Included Course Overview Nearly everyone who works in law enforcement has heard of a “Garrity Warning” and think they know what it is and involves. A very […]