MENTAL HEALTH UPDATE & INTERACTIONS W/DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED: PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF INTERVIEW & DE-ESCALATION STRATEGIES FOR PATROL (LASD-NWK AND WHITTIER COURT ONLY)

Training

02/12/2019
 
Start Time:
1300
End Time:
1600
Contact:
Helen Hauze / 562-946-7903
Website:
Link

Mental Health Update & Interactions w/Developmentally Disabled:

Practical Application of Interview & De-Escalation Strategies for Patrol

Mental Health Update – tabletop scenarios utilizing POST-approved training video  program designed to help raise awareness among law enforcement personnel regarding mental illness. The interactive segment provides instruction on how to more effectively handle 5150 calls for service. The program utilizes scenarios to demonstrate some of the key points relevant to handling persons with mental illness, while in-depth interviews with psychologists, subject matter experts, and law enforcement personnel cover different aspects of mental illness and effective handling of 5150 calls. The segment teaches that it is every peace officers’ role and duty to respond to these types of calls and handle them to the best of their ability without use of force or with the least amount of (objectively reasonable) force, based on circumstances.

Time: 1300-1600

Where: Norwalk Superior Court, 12720 Norwalk Blvd., Dept. P, 5th Fl., Norwalk, CA  90638

        Attire/Gear

“Class B” uniform is suggested; alternatively, the “Class A” uniform is OK

Civilian attendees wear daily uniform or “business casual” attire (no heels)

 

Sworn personnel bring Sam/Sally Brown and have that secured in car to retrieve and use during MILO training segment.

 

Hosted by the LASD Mental Evaluation Team (office): (626) 258-3002

 

Coordinator is Sergeant Kevin Tiwari (cell): (323) 480-2178

Lead Instructor is Deputy Juan Medrano (cell): (323) 480-0982