Train The Trainers Essay

1512 Words Oct 11th, 2016 7 Pages
Train the Trainers
Introduction
Law enforcement faces many challenges each and every day depending on the situations they encounter. Dealing with victims can be a challenge because of the situation the victim has gone through, they may or may not have trust in the officer’s ability to help them. Earning the victims trust in a matter of minutes is crucial, so no matter how experienced an officer may be they can always learn more. Training is crucial to an officers daily job duties, and being able to execute their training flawlessly is crucial to their survival and a victim’s survival may also depend on the way an officer executes their training in a live situation. Knowledge is important and the trainers must equipped their officers with the knowledge and training they need for these live situation. So it is very important to train the trainers properly.
Scenarios, Questions, Curriculum People can become victims for many different reasons, but some of the most frequent cases of victimizations has to do with stalking, intimate violence, and stranger violence. Stalking is unwanted or obsessive attention by an individual or group toward another person (Free Dictionary, 2016). “Intimate partner violence" is physical, sexual, or psychological harm by a current or former partner or spouse (U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, 2016). Stranger violence occurs between offenders and victims who have no prior relationship (Sherley, 2016). For a better understanding of each of…

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