Fundamental Principles of De-Escalation and Understanding People
The Criminal Justice Institute is excited to welcome Darryl Rivers to Bentonville to present a dynamic presentation on the Fundamental Principles of De-Escalation and Understanding People.
This program is designed to identify several basic behavioral types and what manner of communication works best with each one. By studying these qualities we can identify not only what works with those we encounter, but also how we best work with them and what areas we may need to work on to make us better communicators and de-escalators to potentially volatile situations.
Each officer is the starting point to a successful de-escalation. Know where your starting line is!
This class will be held on November 7 at the Northwest Arkansas Community College in Bentonville, Arkansas.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
Darryl Rivers is a U.S. Military Veteran and a retired Law Enforcement professional. He has experience as an Officer with the Detroit Police Department, an ATF task force agent, a Detective with the Arizona Department of Corrections, A Lead Special Agent with the Arizona Office of the Attorney General, and a Sergeant with the Goodyear Police Department. He also has served as a civilian Public Education Specialist and trainer with Arizona government agencies. Darryl is a state certified General Instructor, Defensive Tactics, and Physical Fitness Instructor. One of his favorite assignments was serving as a Crisis/Hostage Negotiator assigned to the Special Assignment Unit, Crisis Negotiations Team.