Using lecture, class interaction, and video this class is designed to give first responders the tools needed to effectively interact with people that suffer from mental health issues.
This course is designed to help first responders: (1) recognize the symptoms of mental illness, (2) deescalate situations involving mentally ill people in crisis, and (3) seek better outcomes on calls involving mentally ill people in crisis.
This is a CPT course that satisfies the Perishable Skills Training requirement for Tactical Communication and is specifically designed to give your personnel tools for their assignment.
This course satisfies the 8 hours of Mental Health Training required for Field Training Officers per Senate Bill 29 (SB29). It also satisfies training as designated by Senate Bill 11 (SB11)
$146, 8 hours, POST Plan I
2020 - 2021 Dates
|20001||August 13, 2020||Sheraton Garden Grove||Closed|
|20002||October 7, 2020||Sheraton Garden Grove||Closed|
|20003||December 16, 2020||Sheraton Garden Grove||Closed|
|20004||February 24, 2021||Sheraton Garden Grove||Closed|
|20005||April 7, 2021||Sheraton Garden Grove||Closed|
|20006||January 25, 2021||Sheraton Garden Grove||Cancelled|
|20007||June 16, 2021||Sheraton Garden Grove||Open|
Course Control Number
Sheraton Garden Grove
12221 Harbor Blvd
Garden Grove, CA 92840
Because classes fill up quickly, we strongly encourage registering as soon as possible. Please have your training department contact the Center for Criminal Justice at CSULB or call 562.985.4940 to make reservations. If you make a reservation via email please include the following information:
- Name and Date of Class
- Training Managers Name
- Training Managers Phone Number
- Training Managers Email Address
- Agency Name
- Name of Attendee(s)
- POST ID # for Attendee(s)
- Attendee's Email Address
You will receive a confirmation email letting you know that we have registered you for the class. Reservations are on a first come first serve basis, a wait list will be established once the maximum number of students has been met.
- Reducing injuries to both officers and the public
- Reducing the need for the use of force by police officers
- Increasing access to services for people with mental illness and their families
- Identifying persons with mental illness and providing appropriate assistance
- Reducing the stigma associated with mental health issues