Our goals for any training are to educate attendees on our topic and gain a best practice result in the end, wherever we can. When training law enforcement, it is especially important to understand what matters to them, how they accept information, what type of delivery will get them interested, and what will turn them off immediately. It is not about what we want to say as much as it is how they want to hear what we are saying. In this workshop, we will discuss “Perspective Messaging” and how to use it to engage with law enforcement in a training setting. This will include addressing law enforcement training styles and expectations, how to generate interest in your topic, and some training tips and tactics from an international trainer in violence recognition and response.
By the end of this training, participants will:
Master Inv. (ret.) Frost is a 20-year law enforcement veteran specializing in threat assessment and intimate partner violence-related cases, specifically, physical and emotional abuse, stalking, strangulation, restraining orders, sexual abuse, child abuse. An internationally recognized trainer, she is a member of the Cadre of Sexual Assault Experts for End Violence Against Women International, on staff at the Training Institute on Strangulation Prevention training strangulation and staged suicide investigation, owns Frost ICED for high-end investigations into violence and abuse and agency/corporate program development for effective violence prevention and response programs, operates the ACTION Academy for exemplary multi-disciplinary team training courses, and works as an expert witness in violence, abuse, and police policies and procedures. She is currently the Vice President of the Pacific Southwest Chapter of the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals, owns and operates the wellness program Survivor of the Fittest for survivors of abuse and those who serve them, and the Chief Financial Officer of the nonprofit Kids Court and Counseling Center.