Crisis Intervention Training for Law Enforcement Officers - Part 1

Free Training | On-Demand Webinar

Law enforcement agencies have to better understand how to "plug in" into their communities, and bridge those lines of communication and transparency. Crisis Intervention is a method that has been around for 15 years, but many agencies have ignored the benefits and mainly because of understaffing.

Join us for the first part of this two-part free training session, valued at $150, and hosted by certified training professional Jody Beyer. You'll increase your knowledge within:

  1. Reducing the number of arrests of people dealing with addictions and mental health issues.
  2. Providing police officers with added tools to aid with their job safety and effectiveness.
  3. Producing cost savings for your department and city.
  4. Streamlining your administrative tasks.
    And much more.

Join us on the following days:

Part 1: On-Demand (1 hour)

Part 2: Tuesday, March 9 at 1:30 PM. ET - 3:30 PM ET (2 hours)

Crisis Intervention Training for Police information


Jody Beyer | 14-year Tenured Law Enforcement Officer

Jody is a dedicated law enforcement officer & public speaker eager to assist law enforcement agencies to improve their operational processes. She has a proven track record of commended performance in functional agency needs and teaching public safety awareness to citizen groups, with a passion for public service and a commitment to optimizing success.

Her core competencies include budgetary management, operational planning,
risk mitigation, operational best-practices, community outreach program development, and transformational driven leadership.

Sergeant Fred Jones


Sergeant Fred Jones 

Sergeant Fred Jones has worked in Law Enforcement for over 20 years. He is a graduate of the Auxiliary Command Officer School at the University of Louisville and graduated from Flagler College with a degree in Public Administration. He currently works as a Sgt. in Professional Standards for the Lake County Sheriff’s Office where he also acts as one of the Public Information Officers. One of his responsibilities includes being the agency's Crisis Intervention Training Coordinator, working with Lifestreams to train his and other agencies in de-escalation techniques. Sergeant Jones has also trained the sworn members of his agency in the Human Diversity Training titled Racial Intelligence Training and Engagement. He is a firm believer in transparency between law enforcement agencies and the community and will continue to work hard to build a positive relationship with the community.