Colorado Department of Public Safety (CDPS) - Division of Criminal Justice (DCJ)

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Training Class: Narrowing the Gap, Conserving Personal Health and Professional Competence.
Class Type: Sex Offender Management Board
Training Vendor: DCJ

Administrative insight into factors that can pose unique adjustment challenges to the crime of violence interventionist, (Offender and Victim Therapist, Supervising Officer, Child Protection Services, Law Enforcement, Prosecuting Attorney, Medical Doctor, Nurse, etc) is central to health and competency conservation. Health risk assessments are fundamental to establishing a workplace environment that promote openly acknowledging, confronting, and treating disruptions to healthy personal and professional adjustment. Reliable administrative guidance starts with pre-case assignment training, promotes workplace civility, and facilitates open familial communication. Collectively, health risk assessment, pre-case assignment training and assigning a mentor bridges the gap between naive interventionist's expectations and predictable adjustment disruptions. Equally important, the engagement phase promotes informed decision making.

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Colorado Department of Public Safety/Division of Criminal Justice Training Site – 700 Kipling Street, Suite 1000 - Denver, CO 80215 – Phone: 303-239-4442 – Fax: 303-239-4491 -

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