Crisis Hostage Negotiations - Level III [EXTERNAL COURSE]

  • Monday, September 12, 2016
  • 08:00
  • Friday, September 16, 2016
  • 17:00
  • IPTM, Jacksonville

Crisis Hostage Negotiations - Level III  

Courses are at IPTM, Jacksonville

Level III - September 12 - 16, 2016                               40 hours


The third in a series of three progressive courses, IPTM’s Crisis Hostage Negotiations – Level III (Advanced)prepares you for the most complex and challenging aspects of crisis negotiation – leading crisis negotiation teams and managing crisis incidents. The  course includes training on policy development, recruiting, selecting, and training crisis negotiators as well as media management and managing legal risk.

Students will take an in-depth look at policy development for crisis negotiation teams and address a number of related issues including responsibilities, procedures, training, and critical liabilities.  Selection and the retention of the right personnel to serve on a negotiation team may be the most important decision a team makes, we will discuss the core competencies of effective crisis negotiators and methods for their selection.

Negotiating a crisis incident involving a fellow officer is among the most complex threats facing a law enforcement agency.  You will learn about police socialization and the evolution of a crisis including pre-incident indicators and high risk factors. 

Topics include:
•  Pre-incident planning for team leaders
•  Recruiting, selecting, and retaining crisis negotiators
•  Planning, selecting and evaluating scenario-driven training
•  Media management
•  Negotiating with fellow officers
•  Legal update
•  Contemporary issues in negotiation
•  Negotiating with returning veterans

Note:  This course is trained in accordance with guidelines established by the National Council of Negotiation Associations.

Contact: Jim McDonald

NOTE: External Courses listed are not affiliated with FAHN.  They are shown here as a courtesy and do not state or imply any guarantee or endorsement by FAHN.  Registration for external courses are not facilitated by FAHN.


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