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Responding to Individuals with Bipolar Disorder

Green Clock Hours: 0.50

As a law enforcement officer, you are taught to act quickly and decisively. Information from dispatch, collateral contacts, and observations are used to make swift judgments (Bohrman et al., 2019). Unfortunately, these judgments are not always accurate. Increasing your knowledge about the signs of bipolar disorder will help you to recognize it more quickly. More importantly, it will support your ability to engage with individuals with bipolar disorder effectively and safely. The goal of this course is to provide law enforcement officers with information on how to recognize when a person they are responding to may be experiencing symptoms of bipolar disorder and how to respond more effectively.

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Course Description

As a law enforcement officer, you are taught to act quickly and decisively. Information from dispatch, collateral contacts, and observations are used to make swift judgments (Bohrman et al., 2019). Unfortunately, these judgments are not always accurate. Increasing your knowledge about the signs of bipolar disorder will help you to recognize it more quickly. More importantly, it will support your ability to engage with individuals with bipolar disorder effectively and safely. The goal of this course is to provide law enforcement officers with information on how to recognize when a person they are responding to may be experiencing symptoms of bipolar disorder and how to respond more effectively.

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