Tag: Police Training

Apr 29

Temple Station Sheriff’s deputies to receive training on dealing with the mentally ill

Los Angeles County sheriff’s investigators and deputies gather outside the Asian Pacific Family Center on Valley Boulevard, where an officer-involved fatal shooting in Rosemead in January 2012 resulted in the death of a mentally ill woman. The death has prompted new training on dealing with the mentally ill.

Los Angeles County sheriff’s investigators and deputies gather outside the Asian Pacific Family Center on Valley Boulevard, where an officer-involved fatal shooting in Rosemead in January 2012 resulted in the death of a mentally ill woman. The death has prompted new training on dealing with the mentally ill.

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Mar 05

Interacting Effectively with the Mentally Ill

police and mentally illEmbassy Consulting Services, LLC was featured in the Pasadena Star News. The article highlights the “Interacting Effectively with the Mentally Ill” class that Embassy Consulting is delivering to police departments.

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Mar 05

Engaging the Community in the Absence of a Crisis

Engaging the CommunityOriginally published in the July 2013 issue of the Community Policing Dispatch from the U.S. Department of Justice COPS Office.

The number one piece of advice savvy law enforcement officers give for maintaining safe, inclusive communities is this: Don’t wait for a hate crime or a crisis to happen in your town before you take action; make sure you are taking a preventive approach and have established relationships and programs with members of different racial, ethnic, religious, and cultural groups in your community. But with busy schedules and limited resources, how do you engage your community in a meaningful way in the absence of a crisis?

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