THIRD IN A SERIES OF THREE COURSES
The third in a series of three progressive courses, IPTM’s Crisis Hostage Negotiations – Level III course has been developed to further enhance your negotiation skills while affording the team leader an opportunity to develop or hone the skills necessary to lead a team during complex negotiations.
We will explore the roles of the team leader, including development and management of the team, team operation, and interaction with command and tactical personnel. Methods for creating and implementing a rigorous training day for the agency negotiation team will be examined–from developing ideas and scenarios to the training announcement.
You will gain an in-depth understanding of how rapport and empathy impact the negotiator and the negotiation process. We will also discuss how the growing impact of today’s technology and communication tools–such as social media–can affect negotiations.
A presentation by a special operations wounded warrior will help us examine the effects of PTSD and methods of responding to it.
- Recognizing and utilizing today’s technology and communication tools
- Team leader function:
- Team development
- Scene management
- Team management and support
- Interfacing with responding elements (command, tactical and other personnel)
- Exploring PTSD and the negotiator response
- Negotiating with an officer in crisis
- Advocating for the team
- Ongoing team training, documentation and scenario development
- Positive and negative aspects of the media
- Recruiting non-officer resources and their application
on the scene, including:
- Third-party intermediators
- Citizen academy
- The impact, reciprocity, reciprocal agreements, and
resources of the protracted incident
Sworn members of law enforcement and corrections, hostage negotiators, patrol officers, military investigative personnel, non-law enforcement members of a crisis negotiation team, mental health professionals and clergy members supporting law enforcement activities
You must have successfully completed IPTM’s 40-hour Crisis Hostage Negotiations–Level I and the 40-hour Crisis Hostage Negotiations–Level II courses, or their equivalents, and have knowledge of team operation, team roles, intelligence development and response. This class is not recommended for students who have not had previous negotiation training.