Crisis/Hostage Negotiation Level II, Kansas City, MO
December 10, 2018 @ 8:00 am - December 14, 2018 @ 5:00 pm CST| $475 – $495
Crisis/Hostage Negotiation – Level II (Intermediate)
Dates: December 10 – December 14, 2018 | Fee: $495
Hosted by Platte County Sheriff’s Office
Location: Platte County Resource Center 11724 NW Plaza Circle, Kansas City, MO 64153
The Crisis/Hostage Negotiation Course (Level II/ Intermediate) will further enhance the knowledge and skills acquired in Crisis Hostage Negotiation – Level I Basic Course, or its 40- hour equivalent. This course meets all NCNA standards. The course begins with a contemporary look at subject precipitated homicide and suicide-by-cop as one of the most dangerous risks facing law enforcement. Providing students with a road map for an integrated intervention strategy, students will learn the elements of a deliberate crisis negotiation strategy based on an established structure placing emphasis on frequent risk assessments.
Situations that create unique challenges for law enforcement, such as jumpers from bridges, cell towers and overpasses, will be among the advanced concepts discussed. In a continued discussion of abnormal psychology, additional mental health disorders as they relate to crisis negotiation, including depression, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia, will be discussed. Students will learn how to interpret the behavior of hostages while in captivity and techniques to use when dealing with them directly. Students will also learn how to conduct effective post release/escape debriefings. The collaborative effort between the crisis negotiation team and the tactical team is essential to mission success. Safety and security issues, operating in a tactical environment and developing a uni ed strategy are among the topics discussed. Challenging, team-oriented, scenario-driven practical exercises are an integral part of the course and will allow students the opportunity to practice and refine both individual and team- building skills.
This course is not recommended for students with no prior crisis negotiation training.
Subject Precipitated Homicide
Developing a Deliberate Strategy
High Element Negotiation
Using Third Party Intermediaries
Advanced Communication Techniques
The Hostage Experience
Tactical Considerations in Crisis Negotiation