Trauma Informed Policing Training
May 5, 2022
9:15 am - 12:15 pm
Trauma Informed Policing: Law enforcement professionals have a history of successfully enhancing public safety through the use of available science. The science of DNA testing and fingerprinting are two such examples. Among the Resolutions of the International Association of Chiefs of Police adopted in 2019 is a resolution encouraging all law enforcement agencies to become well informed about the science of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and numerous negative outcomes. By receiving training in Trauma Informed Policing, law enforcement agencies can increase empathetic approaches supported by ACEs science. Becky is recognized as a subject matter expert with a successful history equipping members of law enforcement to use a trauma informed approach. Her Trauma Informed Policing training was featured in October 2021 in the International Association of Chiefs of Police Magazine and she will be presenting in July of 2022 at the National Association of School Resource Officers conference.
Venue: Jackson County Public Library, Community Room
Venue Phone: 828 586-2016Address: