What’s New in Law Enforcement Training: Improving Situational Response and Decision-Making Skills

Date:
Tuesday, May 31, 2022
Time:
2 PM ET
Duration:
30 minutes
 

The work of law enforcement officers is unpredictable. They are frequently exposed to dangerous and traumatic events, making them high-risk for developing burnout and traumatic stress disorders.

To help equip public safety officers with the skills and knowledge necessary to serve in complex situations, Relias partnered with Alliant International University’s California School of Forensic Studies to create a brand-new library of e-learning courses on officer well-being, complex decision-making, and how to best serve diverse individuals in the community.

Join us Tuesday, May 31, 2022 at 2 PM ET to learn more about Relias’ Law Enforcement Situational Response and Decision-Making training library for community policing. During the 30-minute session, you’ll learn:

  • How the content was developed with Alliant International University’s California School of Forensic Studies
  • What training topics are covered in the new library
  • How to get access to this training for your organization

Arlene Bridges

Senior Product Manager IDD & ABA
Relias

Arlene Bridges is the Senior Product Manager for IDD and ABA at Relias. She has over 20 years of experience in many areas of IDD service provision, including clinical coordination, oversight, and administration. She has experience in managing contracts and billable services with MCOs and other payers, overseeing quality improvement processes, and working with CQL accreditation requirements. Arlene served on the board of the NC Provider Association and currently serves on a human rights committee for an IDD organization in NC.