Properly reading and responding to non-verbal cues is especially vital to officers when dealing with an emotionally disturbed person (EDP). MILO crisis intervention team training simulation solutions help officers develop a therapeutic and recovery approach to volatile, rapidly evolving mental health crisis interventions. These scenario-based training simulations familiarize officers with the signs and symptoms of delusion and dementia, and how to safely deescalate mental health situations.
MILO CIT training simulation solutions are far better than conventional role play with colleagues or paraprofessionals. Our scenarios are designed and filmed in consultation with active law enforcement and mental health experts. They feature diverse actors and situations, reflecting the realities of your communities. This results in a collection of sensory-rich training scenarios that are optimized to trigger real and vivid emotive responses in your trainees. Your instructors then harness these responses to guide your teams toward creating the outcomes that best reflect your community values and departmental standards.
MILO’s branching scenarios are both flexible allowing for the instructor to escalate and deescalate the situation and reproducible. Trainees can work through the same scenario repeatedly, honing their emotional intelligence and soft skills in dealing with emotionally disturbed persons and high-tension situations.