FEATURING GUEST SPEAKERS FROM NATIONALLY ACCREDITIED LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES AND ACADEMIA
THREE SESSIONS FOR ONLY $99
Almost 40 percent of U.S. households have at least one dog in them, and an ever-increasing percentage of dog owners consider their dog to be a member of the family. Because dogs and various other animals have become so much a part of U.S. society, regulatory enforcement officers routinely deal with them in the line of duty, and not just when responding to complaints.
AUTISM AND MENTAL HEALTH
Many individuals on the autism spectrum do not understand the rules and boundaries of social behavior. Many respond impulsively to their feelings without regard to certain social mores. Others react inappropriately as a result of sensory regulation problems. These individuals can become overstimulated and may have what appears to be an unprovoked “meltdown.” Because of these and other symptoms of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), it is possible for individuals to find themselves in trouble with the law without any awareness of having done something wrong or without any understanding of what they did that got them into trouble.
Every year, millions of men, women, and children are trafficked worldwide. It can happen in any community and victims can be any age, race, gender, or nationality. This course will introduce regulatory officers to the intersections between what we see in terms of signs & Identifiers, physical structures & environments where sex and labor traffic take place.
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COURSE/RELEVANT TRAINING APPROVAL
6 Contact Hours/ 0.60 CEU's
The Standards and Codes Academy announces its first code enforcement officer safety series training. The first in a series of three trainings that will focus on providing code enforcement and regulatory officers with skills and knowledge to deal with situations they encounter everyday.