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Law Enforcement Disability Awareness Training

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

8:30AM - 4:30PM

Hilbert College, 5200 South Park Ave., Hamburg, NY 14075

The Niagara University First REsponders Disability Awareness Training program, in conjunction with the U.S. Attorney and FBI, is pleased to announce a Law Enforcement Disability Awareness Training. This course is designed specifically for police officers.

What Is First Responders Disability Awareness Training?

- Disabilites defined & appropriate response

- Role of caregivers and service providers

- Candid video instruction

- Federal/municipality roles & responsibilities

- Disability community perspective

- Victimization

- Challenging scenarios & behaviors

- Current trends and topics

- Americans with Disabilities Act

- Etiquette and interaction skills

- Extensive amount of resources

Presenters

David V. Whalen, NU FRDAT Project Director, NYS DCJS Special Topics Instructor

Captain Pat Mann, Buffalo Police Department

For more infromation, please contact:

Samantha Morga, Project Manager

716-286-7355

slmorgan@niagara.edu

Sponsored by the Peter & Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation

Additional support proved by the Erie County Law Enforcement Foundation, Inc.


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