Mental Health Crisis: Law Enforcement vs. Counseling Response

During 2020, there have been multiple challenges and frustrations among law enforcement, protests, BLM and other marginalized groups that found themselves being treated aggressively and unfairly by law enforcement. In response to the Defund the Police movement, NABITA has advocated for a middle ground of increased police transparency, training and an emphasis in encouraging embedded and collaborative crisis responses, particularly when it comes to mental health crisis. This training will outline how to best accomplish this approach and offer some practical advice on emergency response that combines police and mental health processes.


Who should attend?

  • Campus law enforcement
  • BIT/CARE team members
  • SRO and other school security officials
  • Guidance and counseling staff
  • Psychologists, social workers, mental health counselors
  • Principal, Dean of Students, VPSA, Superintendent

In this course, you will learn…

  • How to respond in a collaborative and integrated way when addressing mental health crisis such as suicidal risk, threats to others, and manic or paranoid behavior.
  • To identify areas of overlap between police and mental health training that can be increased to improve prevention, crisis response, and community education.
  • Practical guidance on how and when to respond as a team to a mental health crisis.

Pricing
Per webinar

  • Members: $249
  • Non-Members: $349

Attendees of live webinars will receive a copy of the recording.

NABITA reserves the right to record any of our Training & Certification Courses. Participating indicates your assent to being recorded, and for that recording to be used by NABITA for any purposes. If you prefer not to be recorded, please contact us once you register, and we will make arrangements for your participation without identification.

EVENT FACULTY

Brian Van Brunt, Ed.D.

President, NABITA; Partner, TNG

Brian Heider

Vice President of Investigations, TNG

Event Registration

Membership Benefits

Super

$4,999

  • For one-year per Higher Education Institution, K-12 School or District, Organization, or Workplace
  • Access to NABITA services and products worth up to $20,000, without per-item fees
  • Three complimentary registrations to NABITA Certification Courses
  • 10% discount on newly released resources
  • VIP Social at NABITA Annual Conference
  • Electronic access to all NABITA books published prior to current calendar year
  • CARE Team Manual and BIT in a Box
  • Training videos released prior to current calendar year
  • Access to all live webinars
  • Risk Assessment Tools including SIVRA-35, Looking Glass, ERIS, Risk Rubric, and Non-Clinical Assessment of Suicide
  • Unlimited individual members (sub-users) with full access
  • And more!

Team

$1,099

  • For one-year per Higher Education Institution, K-12 School or District, Organization, or Workplace
  • Up to 8 individual members (sub-users) with full access
  • Up to 10 webinars
  • Electronic access to 2 NABITA books published prior to current calendar year
  • SIVRA-35 training video and subscription
  • And more!

Individual

$199

  • One-year membership per individual.
  • Access to member-only listserv.
  • Weekly newsletter.
  • Member materials and resources.
  • And more!