R2 255 ISA Detention Virtual Classroom training
November 10 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Course Number: 255
Description: Professional Boundaries and Mental Health
This Detention training series, presented by the Idaho Sheriff’s Association, is offered in a virtual classroom setting and each course will have two sessions available. This detention training series includes:
Implicit Bias: Balancing Bias: Understanding the impact of biases and skills to avoid bias in everyday interactions.
Cultural Diversity. Helping the attendees identify / understand some of the key factors in their primary culture, and those of the agency and inmates of the detention centers in which they work.
Professional Boundaries: Setting ethical and effective boundaries in the workplace.
Mental Health Increased awareness of mental health disorders and comfort level interacting with inmates with mental health issues. Identify resources to utilize in crises and referral options for inmates.
Human Trafficking: Identifying, responding to and referring services to victims of Human Trafficking in the jails.
First Aid: Identifying and responding to physical injuries and medical conditions in a confinement setting.
November 3: Implicit Bias (8hrs with 1 hr. lunch) 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
November 5: Implicit Bias (8hrs with 1 hr. lunch) 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Nov 10: Professional Boundaries/Mental Health (4hrs) 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Nov 12: Professional Boundaries/Mental Health (4hrs) 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
December 1: Human Trafficking /First Aid (4hrs) 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
December 3: Human Trafficking /First Aid (4hrs) 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Credit Hours: 4 hours
Location: Webex Virtual Classroom
COST: $ 75.00 attend one class or all classes in the series.
Payable to: Idaho Sheriffs’ Association
Christopher Saunders M.S., Ada County Sheriff’s Office:
Kate Pape LCSW CCHP, Ada County Sheriff’s Office:
Diana Wasser LCPC, Ada County Sheriff’s Office:
Sara Wiltse , Ada County Sheriff’s Office:
Jennifer Zielinski, Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition
Remarks: Do not send registrations to POST.
To receive credit for attending participants must be visible on camera.