Domestic violence-related incidents are considered by many negotiators as “one of the worst” cases to handle – because they can result in “the worst” potential outcomes. Of particular concern are the children who are also victims in these abusive relationships and are often directly involved in these crisis incidents.
This course is intended to provide the latest information regarding domestic violence to the crisis negotiators who are required to employ such information together with highly developed communication skills, in order to resolve these incidents as peacefully as possible. The course will provide the student with the opportunity to consider strategies and themes which may be unique to domestic violence, and which may be particularly effective in related critical incidents.
The course will emphasize a team approach as the optimum for operational effectiveness. The course assumes that the team’s common understanding of the dynamics of domestic violence-related situations will lead to greater coordination of effort in the field.
- Dynamics of Domestic Violence
- Indicators of Progress
- Perpetrator Characteristics
- Unique DV Situations
- Evidence and Incident After-care
- Negotiator Characteristics
- Interviewing Victims and Witnesses
- Legal Concerns
- Incident Management and Command
- Risk Factors and Lethality
- Strategies and Techniques
Course Certification Number: 9070-32349
Course Certification Hours: 24
Course Fee Information:
POST Reimbursement Plan IV: There is no tuition for POST reimbursable agencies. As a POST Plan IV, student travel and per diem are normally reimbursable via Training Reimbursement Request (TRR) for this course. However, POST has temporarily suspended tuition and travel reimbursement for all courses, with the exception of classes outlined in POST Bulletin No. 2017-39. Travel may be reimbursed through grant funding – Scholarship Funding for travel is available through the California Office of Emergency Services (OES) Law Enforcement Training Program Grant PO18058519. Please contact Lauren Bunn at firstname.lastname@example.org regarding additional questions on how law enforcement personnel investigating domestic violence are eligible for travel reimbursement for this course or review, complete and submit the below form to Lauren Bunn at email@example.com for review.
POST Non-Reimbursable agencies: No tuition. Travel may be reimbursed through grant funding. If you are from a non-reimbursable POST agency and would like to see if your travel could be reimbursed directly to you or your agency, please contact Lauren Bunn at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or review, complete and submit the below form to Lauren Bunn at email@example.com for review.
This project is supported by Grant No. PO18058519 awarded by the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Service (Cal OES). The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibit are those of the author(s) and not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women or the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Service (Cal OES). The California Governor’s Office of Emergency Service (Cal OES) reserves a royalty-free, nonexclusive, and irrevocable license to reproduce, publish, and use this material and to authorize others to do so.
If you are not Law Enforcement you must have prior approval to attend this course. Please contact Marisa McCullough at firstname.lastname@example.org for approval.
02/4-6/2019 – Irvine
February 04, 2019 - February 06, 2019
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
06/17-19/2019 – Burlingame
June 17, 2019 - June 19, 2019
8:00 am - 5:00 pm