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Reno Two-Day Training
Reno Two-Day Training
$ 85.00

Intelligence Management for Crisis Negotiation/Developing a Deliberate Strategy – Reno, NV

Each attendee must register to attend this course. No walk-ins allowed. Individuals who are registering on behalf of others must provide name and full contact info on each registrant.

Location: Regional Public Safety Training Center, 5190 Spectrum Boulevard, Reno, NV 89512

Date/Time: March 11th – March 12th, 2020, 8 AM – 5 PM

Cost: $85.00  ALL ATTENDEES MUST REGISTER ONLINE

Hosted By: Washoe County Sheriff’s Office Crisis Negotiation Team

Supported By: Reno Police Department, University of Nevada, Western States Hostage Negotiators’ Association

Registration Questions:
Troy King
troydking@crisisnegotiation.us
360-702-6773

Curriculum/Prerequisite Questions:
Deb McMahon
crisisnegotiation@gmail.com
417-594-1499

Regarding the Training Site:
Sergeant Andi O’Brien #2151
AOBrien@washoecounty.us
775-530-3951

Recommended Lodging:
Home2Suites by Hilton Reno
1111 Meadowood Mall Link
Reno, Nevada
775-507-7248
Government rate of $103 available online or by phone.

Course Flyer: CSM Intelligence Management for Crisis Negotiation Reno

Course Description:

This will be a two-day training event with a course of instruction each morning and a four-hour scenario in the afternoon each day.

Day 1 – Information and Intelligence Management
At the heart of a well-managed incident is well-managed information and intelligence. Students will learn how to gather, manage and apply crisis information and intelligence as well as maintain legally sufficient incident documents. This practical course of instruction will address the priorities of information and intelligence management, how to develop a system for information management, how to focus information gathering and finally how to apply intelligence in an unstable information environment.
The afternoon portion will consist of a challenging team-oriented scenario and debriefing.

Day 2 – Developing Deliberate Strategy
One of the important components of successful crisis negotiation is the development and application of a deliberate strategy. Deliberate strategy incorporates meaningful violence and suicide assessments, the gathering, analysis and application of information and intelligence and collaborative incident management. Attendees will learn specific techniques that include: recognizing the value
of developing a deliberate crisis negotiation strategy, structured brainstorming, risk assessments, establishing goals and objectives and mitigating the crisis. This course includes a team-oriented table-top exercise that incorporates concepts discussed in the lecture portion.
The afternoon portion will consist of a challenging team-oriented scenario and debriefing.

Scenarios will be full length (4-hours) and will require communication equipment. If your team does not have equipment – there will be COMTEKS available to borrow. If you are attending the training without a team — you will have the option of being on a ad hoc team or assisting in facilitation.
You must register to attend this course. No walk-ins allowed. Individuals who are registering on behalf of others must provide name and full contact info on each registrant.