Friday, February 2, 2024, 9:00am-11:00am

Sarah Dooley Center for Autism at St. Joseph’s Villa
8000 Brook Road, Richmond, VA 23227
Robins Auditorium in the Burke Barrett School (see map)

This training will take a deep dive into how mental health issues can be understood and managed by police personnel, and is designed to provide:

  • An overview of mental health conditions commonly involved in law enforcement encounters
  • Behavioral drivers of an individual impaired by mental illness
  • De-escalation techniques through the lens of mental illness
  • Open discussion regarding situational or behavior-specific mental health concerns brought by participants

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    Questions? Debbie Sheerin, Operations Project Manager at 804-553-3227 or email.

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