Dunnigan Psychological & Threat Assessments, LLC

 

 

LAW ENFORCEMENT, CUSTODY &

SECURITY PROTECTION TEAMS

SEMINARS AND TRAININGS

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CRISIS INTERVENTION TRAINING (C.I.T.)  

JAILS & PRISON MENTAL HEALTH TRAINING

 TACTICAL COMMUNICATION & DE-ESCALATION

Dr. Dunnigan recently retired after a long and successful career as a police officer and criminal investigator. He currently serves as a Jail Mental Health Supervisor in the Bay Area - working closely with Deputies and Custody staff.  He brings with him a true understanding of Law Enforcement and Custody culture, practices, and training needs. Society's expectations and requirements for officers has never been greater or more challenging.  Accordingly, Dr. Dunnigan provides a wide range of training seminars to prisons, jails, correctional settings, and law enforcement agencies.  The presentations richly cover and explore the chosen subject matter and are put into terms that speak to the officers and drive home the importance the material at hand.  

 

Dr. Dunnigan and his staff also work with many different Executive Protection Teams and Threat Management Groups, providing them with tailored trainings that improve their knowledge and performance and the safety of their clients.

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CRISIS INTERVENTION TRAINING (C.I.T.)

SUICIDE BY COP

 

POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER (PTSD) and OFFICER SUICIDES

SUICIDE EVALUATIONS AND PREVENTATIVE TECHNIQUES AND PROTOCOLS

PREVENTION & EARLY INTERVENTION

POLICE / CUSTODY STRESS & COPING WITH STRESS

DEADLY FORCE

HOSTAGE NEGOTIATIONS & TACTICAL COMMUNICATIONS

COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES TO EMPLOY WITH INDIVIDUALS OR INMATES IN CRISIS

DE-ESCALATION PRACTICES FOR CUSTODY, PATROL, AND PUBLIC SETTINGS

 

APPROPRIATE TACTICAL AND PRACTICAL RESPONSES TO SUICIDAL SUBJECTS, INMATES, OR PRISONERS

 

IDENTIFYING PSYCHIATRIC "TELLS" & BEHAVIOR INDICATORS - LENDING TO INCREASED OFFICER SAFETY AND SUCCESS

 LEGAL EXPECTATIONS

& CASE LAW REVIEW

MENTALLY ILL OR PSYCHIATRICALLY ALTERED SUBJECTS

LEGAL REQUIREMENTS

AND PRECEDENTS

 

OVERVIEW OF 5150 W&I PROCESS AND SIGNIFICANCE TO LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS

WRITING BETTER 5150 W&I

HOLDS AND REPORTS

COMMUNICATING WITH

PSYCHIATRIC STAFF IN THE CSU

AND JAILS/PRISONS

ADDRESSING AND AVOIDING DELIBERATE INDIFFERENCE

UNDERSTANDING MENTAL ILLNESS & COMMUNICATING

WITH ALTERED SUBJECTS

MENTAL DISORDERS:  PSYCHOTIC, MOOD, AND PERSONALITY

STALKING CASES, INVESTIGATIONS 

&  FORMULATED RESPONSES

 

DUAL DIAGNOSIS / DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES, AGE-RELATED CONDITIONS, AND MEDICAL ISSUES

EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES WITH MENTALLY ILL SUBJECTS AND OFFENDERS

SPECIAL NEEDS, CONSIDERATIONS 

& TAILORED RESPONSES IN CORRECTIONAL SETTINGS