Onsite Training

Dealing with Aggressive Behavior
Presenter: Community Corrections Institute

Aggressive behavior is one of the most anxiety provoking, yet fundamental behaviors known to man. Increasingly, acts of anger, aggression and violence permeate our schools, public facilities and offices. For most individuals, attempting to deal with angry and aggressive individuals is a source of frustration, anxiety and fear. DEALING WITH AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR is a one-day training that separates aggressive behavior into four identifiable stages and teaches how to deal with each stage. Participants attending the one-day training will learn:

  • How you react to anger and aggression
  • The stages of anger and aggressive behavior
  • Why people get angry
  • Recognizing "Danger Behavior"
  • Defusing aggressive behavior
  • Surviving the physical attack

To request site-specific training, email Diane Kincaid or call APPA at (859)244-8196.

This Onsite Training falls under the following category:
Officer Safety