Keith Cummings

First Annual T.E.A.M. Conference in Spokane

Keith Cummings, Captain, Spokane Police Department, No Phone Number Available

Wednesday, July 22, 2015 at 11:10 a.m.

First Annual T.E.A.M. Conference in Spokane

The Spokane Police Department's Mental Health Steering Committee is proud to announce its first annual TEAM Conference July 28-29 to highlight collaboration between first responders and mental health professionals. The two-day event on the Washington State University Spokane campus is just $75 per participant with an additional $25 charged on site for those seeking continuing education credits. Registration includes two lunches, several networking opportunities, and more than two dozen sessions by experts in the fields of behavioral health, law enforcement, fire intervention and academic research. There is also an “Executive Track”, specifically for agency leaders to learn about collaborative programs. The keynote speaker for the Together Everyone Achieves More (TEAM) conference will address collaborative programs at the city, county and state level. 

Here are just a few of the classes offered:

  • Collaborating with Community Partners
  • Police/Fire intervention for Combat Veterans
  • 1st Responder Resiliency
  • Community Assistance Response (CARES)
  • How to develop at CIT program
  • Portland Police Bureau's Behavioral Health Unit
  • Lessons learned: Police Body Cameras
  • Enhanced CIT – the next evolution of CIT training
  • How to make HIPAA work for you
  • Active Shooter or mental health crisis?
  • Youth, trauma and law enforcement
  • WSU: Understanding the dynamics of a crisis encounter
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