The Truths and Myths About Suicide, Response and Effective Interventions
October 27 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm| $99.00
The Truths and Myths About Suicide, Response and Effective Interventions.
Understanding and recognizing suicide trends in the United States.
Law Enforcement, Dispatch, EMS, and Fire personnel.
- Suicide by Cop. (Officer Assisted Suicide)
- Identify risk factors associated with.
- Identify four risk indicators for gaging the immediacy of suicidal intent.
- Apply effective intervention techniques for the actively suicidal person.
- Law Enforcement, Dispatch, EMS, and Fire personnel.
Instructor: Lt. Mark Lowther (Ret.)
Mark Lowther is a US Marine Corps veteran. Lt. Lowther has 30 years in public safety. Of that 30 years eight years was in corrections as both a line officer and supervisor as well as 22 years in enforcement both as an officer and supervisor.
His background is varied and diverse. He has served as a SWAT hostage negotiator for a major portion of his career. His background and experience comes from serving on two Metro SWAT teams. Lt. Lowther has experience on all levels of negotiations from tech to negotiation team leader. He has personally been involved in numerous threatened suicide and SWAT negotiations including barricaded gunmen and hostage incidents.
Lt. Lowther has extensive background and training in suicide intervention, verbal de-escalation, and mental illness. He has instructed law enforcement locally and nationally on law enforcement interaction with suicidal individuals and the mentally ill. Lt. Lowther was named by the Utah Tactical Officers Association as the 2012 Crisis Negotiator of the year. Lt. Lowther has trained civilians, police, military, and intelligence personnel in the county of Ukraine. Mark currently has made four trips to Ukraine and is under contact for additional training.
Instructor: Mark Lowther
Date: October 27th, 2020
Time: 1-2:00 pm Eastern
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