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  •  January 25, 2024
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Professional Advice for Law Enforcement Officers, Leaders & Families
Thursday, July 25, 2024
Live program 10AM – Noon Central


*All registrants will receive a link to a recording within 5 business days of the event.

Are you, your agency, and your family fully prepared to navigate the emotional aftermath of a critical incident…a line-of-duty death, an officer suicide, an officer-involved shooting, a mass casualty event, even a departmental scandal?

What is your personal and departmental plan for ensuring the shockwaves that follow don’t cause long-term, potentially lifelong, damage? Do you have one?

This FREE Webinar, sponsored by Vector Solutions, will feature CIT Coordinator and Law Enforcement Mental Health Expert, Nick Greco and Certified Crisis Intervention Specialist II, Sgt. Alexandra Nelson.

 These content-experienced experts will discuss among other things:

  • Key elements virtually all post-critical incident survival plans share and why.
  • Providing and receiving mental health support: What’s best and for how long?
  • Why LE leaders play the biggest role in preserving—or damaging—officers’ emotional well-being.
  • How to determine what post-critical incident plan will work for your agency, and what likely won’t.
  • Why “controlling the narrative”—what’s being said (or not being said) about your agency and officers—is crucial to critical incident recovery.
  • Common mistakes agencies make after a critical incident that pre-planning can avoid.
  • What to do when another agency/officer experiences a critical incident. What should you watch for? What can you learn?
  • Examples of agencies that have done things right after a critical incident.



Nick Greco: Nick received his undergraduate training in psychology from Benedictine Univ., his certificate of clinical training in PTSD from the Nat’l Center for PTSD Clinical Laboratory and Education Division, and his master’s degree in psychology from DePaul University. He is a CIT Coordinator for the Lake Co. SO, and a CIT instructor for both the IL Law Enforcement Training & Standards Board and the Chicago PD. He has presented globally and written extensively on a wide variety of mental health topics.

Sgt. Alexandra Kitty Nelson: Sgt. Nelson is a 26+-year veteran working as a day shift supervisor in Chicago’s northwest suburbs. In 2023, she completed her master’s in psychology with a concentration on trauma for which she researched the effects of scenario training on officer cumulative trauma. Sgt. Nelson coaches firearms, Active Shooter Incident Management (ASIM), crisis intervention, and communication skills. Most recently, she co-created and instructed CIT train-the-trainer curriculum in Kyiv for Ukrainian police.

This class is a crash course in contemporary leadership skills and traits. It’s essential to those interested in learning… and great to those currently leading.
Officer Rivera, Salinas PD, CA