The Officer's Involved Perspective - Pre, Event, Post and other Considerations
September 24, 2013 - Class number: 82699Length:
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.Cost:
Fox Valley Technical College, Appleton CampusTo REGISTER, click here.
Training Topics Offered:
The officer involved shooting is something we train for, but hope we never have to become intimately familiar with. If and when it happens, are we prepared for the confrontation, the aftermath?
During this symposium, officers that have been involved in deadly force confrontations will discuss their incident. They will be frank and open about their incident and discuss policy, training, psychological effects and post shooting considerations (PTSD).
The purpose of this training program is to inform officers, supervisors, commanders, training personnel on what other considerations must be met beside the forensics investigation. This is NOT a shooting investigations course.
Discussion points will cover PTSD, officer retention, policy considerations, officer alienation, training considerations, and many more.
Deputy Jeremiah Ballew, Adams County Sheriff, incident September 5, 2012
Officer Jim Sundstrom, Green Bay P.D. (retired), incident September 7, 2002
Officer Scott Salzmann, Green Bay P.D., incident April 21, 2007 & November 13, 2011
Officer Taylor Clark, Green Bay P.D., incident November 13, 2011
Leah M. Rouse Arndt, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Dept of Educational Psychology, U. W. Milwaukee