University of California, Riverside

Police Department



Responding to a Crisis Situation


 

LOCATION:

Refer to UCR Learning Center for the most current locations at UCRLearning.ucr.edu

FEE: Free
DESCRIPTION:

This course guides Faculty, Staff, and Students on how to respond in a crisis situation. The course will utilize the “RAIN” acronym (Respond, Assess, Isolate, and Notify).
Topics that will be discussed in the training include:

    1. How to respond in a crisis situation using the “RAIN” acronym
    2. Early violence intervention
    3. UCR’s Emergency Notification System
    4. A brief introduction on how UCPD trains to respond to violent incidents

The purpose of this training is to provide Faculty, Staff, and Students a guide on how to respond in a crisis.

This unique class will be beneficial to all staff, faculty and students. Department heads and Supervisors are extremely encouraged to attend.

SIGN-UP: Enroll online through UCR Learning
INSTRUCTOR:

Paul Dombrowski, Police Detective
Brandon Anderson, Police Detective
University of California Police, Riverside
Crime Prevention Unit
Office: (951) 827-1597 E-mail CrimePrevention@ucr.edu

Police Dispatch: (951) 827-5222 (24-hours)

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General Campus Information

University of California, Riverside
900 University Ave.
Riverside, CA 92521
Tel: (951) 827-1012

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Department Information

Police Department
3500 Canyon Crest Drive

Emergency (Police, Fire, Medical): 911
Tel: (951) 827-5222
Fax: (951) 683-1639

E-mail: ucpdgeneralmail@ucr.edu
This email account is not monitored 24 hours a day. If you have a need for police assistance please call 911 or
(951) 827-5222.

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