Each year, Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) provides free training to America’s law enforcement agencies on how to appropriately respond to officers and their families affected by line-of-duty deaths at each Traumas of Law Enforcement training. Instructors will present information and provide resources that are crucial to America’s law enforcement. Appropriate response to line-of-duty death, on-the-job stressors and police suicide will be covered. C.O.P.S. provides this vital 21-hour training free of charge.
Dates: June 17-19, 2019 in Grand Junction, Colorado Training
Location: Colorado Mesa University - Dominguez Hall (Room #111)
Training Address: 1248 Houston Avenue Grand Junction, Colorado 81501 (970) 248 -1020
Hotel Block: Downtown Hotels/Historic Main St. (Springhill Suites, Hampton Inn, Fairfield Inn) Grand Junction, Colorado 81501 (970) 243 -3222
Hotel Rate: $94.00 +10.65% tax
Amenities: * Complimentary Breakfast * Discounted Parking ($7) * Complimentary Shuttle * Complimentary Airport Transportation
Register Online: at https://www.concernsofpolicesurvivors.org/tle-overview
Who should attend? Law Enforcement Administrators, Officers and Deputies, Peer Support and Employee Assistance Personnel, Planning and Research, Chaplains, Survivors, and Law Enforcement Spouses. Presenters: Presenters for this training include Survivors, Law Enforcement Officers, Counselors, and experts in the field of Law Enforcement Trauma and Police Suicide. Curriculum: Agency Preparation, PSOB Benefits, Research Findings from Agencies and Survivors, Death Notification Procedures, Support Services to Surviving Families, C.O.P.S. Programs, Co-worker Issues, Cumulative Trauma from every day Law Enforcement, Police Suicide, Funeral Planning and Protocol, Disability Issues, and Personal Triumphs.