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Missing and Exploited Children

Fitness for First Responders: Yoga
Olivia Kvitne, E-RYT 500, YACEP
Hours: 3
This training uses tactical breath work, physical drills, and cognitive behavioral therapy resulting in optimal functioning of the entire psychophysiological system including increasing mental toughness, enhancing tactical skills, preventing injury, self-de-escalation and more.
This course will introduce the trainee to the basic concepts of yoga, mindfulness and resilience, functions of the brain and nervous system, as well as the principles that make yoga job-specific and culturally informed. Attendees will learn techniques to use right away along with resources to continue their training.
Eyewitness Evidence and Identification

Verbal Judo for the Telecommunicator
Gary Klugiewicz, Director and Co-Founder Vistelar Consulting and Training Institute
Hours: 3
Verbal Defense and Influence is a tactical communication program based on the groundbreaking work of Dr. George Thompson; an English college professor turned police officer who over 28 years had written four books and trained a million professionals in what he called Verbal Judo.
Depending on where you are in your career as a telecommunicator, Dr. Thompson’s tactical communication training program will provide you with career building, career changing, and, even, career-saving conflict prevention and conflict resolution communication tactics.
Interacting with Drivers Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

The Bulletproof Mind for Law Enforcement: A Primer
LT. COL. DAVE GROSSMAN, U.S. Army (Ret.), Director, Killology Research Group www.killology.com  
Hours: 2
-The students will integrate into their professions an understanding and application of for measures for: prevention, response, and survival in the face of a new kind of domestic and international terrorism, as represented by the attacks in NYC, Littleton, Oklahoma City, and Jonesboro.
-The students will integrate into their professions an understanding and application of the effects of physiological arousal upon humans faced with close-range interpersonal aggression.
-The students will integrate into their professions a knowledge of physiological arousal in close-range interpersonal aggression in order to limit and prevent undesired physiological arousal in close-range interpersonal aggression situations.
-The students will integrate into their professions a knowledge of physiological arousal in close-range interpersonal aggression in order to limit and prevent post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). -The students will integrate into their professions a knowledge of stress inoculation to close-range interpersonal aggression factors in order to limit and prevent undesired physiological arousal in close-range interpersonal aggression situations.
-The student will integrate into their professions an understanding of (1) the physiological effects of combat and (2) military violence enabling techniques, in order to explain the role of media violence (in TV, movies and video games) in causing violent crime.