South Region Seminar
November 12, 2021
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Registration cost: $50 / Person
The South Region Seminar will include presentations by Pat Doering of the National Tactical Officers Association, Karin Houston of Crisis Systems Management, and Michael Clyde of the Iowa State Police. Please register soon to ensure your spot, as seats for this training are limited to 60 attendees.
Many negotiators from around the state attend IAHCN trainings each year. This is an opportunity to meet new people, network with other negotiators, develop contacts, but more importantly, improve your skill at defusing critical incidents safely. On the job training is infrequent and usually not adequate at preparing you or your team for that call which might bring national headlines. Join the many of us who have made a commitment to being ready to go when that call comes in! You won’t regret the effort or time spent!
421 NW Riverside Drive
Evansville, IN 47708
Bally’s Casino is offering an IAHCN seminar room rate of $89.00. Contact them at (812) 433-4000 to make your reservation.
Please park in the East parking lot and walk in the front of the building to the west end training doors.
Pledge of Allegiance, Invocation & Rememberance
In June 2015, Patrol officers responded to a residence in reference to a domestic assault, having had calls there prior the officers knew the suspect had several felony warrants. Upon arriving at the residence the subject had believed to have fled into the basement of the house. Officer formed a small react team with a […]
Ideologies of the two most common groups of domestic terrorist extremist groups (racially motivated violent extremists and anti-government / anti-authority extremists) will provide a baseline for attendees to identify grievances and motivations likely to be held by these groups and utilized as justification for their criminal and terrorist acts. Discussions of negotiation strategies and techniques […]
This block of instruction will explore the challenges and demands that face negotiators and negotiation teams when operating in a rural or roadside environment. This presentation uses multiple incident debriefs to highlight the strategies and lessons learned that all negotiators can take back to their departments.
*Scheduled session times are tentative and subject to change.