PUBLIC SAFETY ALLIANCE REGISTRATION FORM FOR:
POLICING THE MENTALLY ILL: THE AUTISM ANGLE
Monday, April 26, 2021
0800 - 1700
Location: LACLEAR Garden Level
Directions: 5801 East Slauson Ave., Commerce, CA 90040

A ONE-OF-A-KIND SPECIAL PRESENTATION!





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Prerequisite: Students must be full or part-time Law Enforcement, Probation/Parole, Corrections/Jail, Fire, EMS or Security personnel or work under the umbrella of an agency. If you have questions regarding your qualifications, please contact us at training@trainPSA.org.

Course Description:
This 8-hour, open format, course covers everything Autism for first responders. As Public service officers are forced to deal with more individuals with mental health diagnosis, those with Autism are rising to the top. This specialized course helps students understand Autistic behavior, realize communication capabilities and learn restraint from the pitfalls of Autistic anger. This course also explains The Americans with Disabilities Act and what it means for you! Personal experience and examples of Developmental Disability drives the creativity and lively presentation you can't miss.                                                           

Who Should Attend: Law Enforcement, Probation/Parole, Corrections/Jail, Fire, EMS and Security personnel

Instructor:
Your Instructor, Michael Coleman, (ADAC), is a 17 year veteran police officer who has focused his career around Autism and training others. He is nationally renound and consistently provides guidance during the American With Disabilities National Conference and other federal, state, and local institutions. His witty personality and playful bantor turns an otherwise dry classroom into a fun and eventful experience. Michael is certified as an ADA Coordinator, CIT Coordinator, NvLend Graduate, TAC-MED instructor, FTEP Coordinator, and serves as a member of his agency's Crisis Negotiator Team.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

Dress Code:
Comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes are recommended to allow for participation in any physical training exercises.

Lodging and Meals: Students are responsible for their own hotel and meals.


Contacts: If you are running late to the course or have other problems or questions regarding this course, please contact:
Program Manager,
Nick Ramos at: nickramos@trainPSA.org or (505) 573-9672
PSA office, at: info@trainPSA.org

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AFFILIATION INFORMATION*
Staff from an STC participating agency may attend this event at a
contracted rate. Please contact PSA to inquire about contracting options.

 I am NOT an STC Member - $140

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I know that participation in some of the Public Safety Alliance projects can be potentially hazardous and I agree that my participation in this activity is entirely voluntary. I know I should not enter this activity unless I am medically able to participate and completing this PSA process attests that I am medically fit to participate.

  1. I fully recognize and appreciate the dangers and hazards inherent in the activity, which I have had a full opportunity to investigate through any questions I wished to ask of the responsible person(s). I agree to assume all the risks and responsibilities arising out of my participation in the activity and any other activities undertaken as an adjunct thereto.
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