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Law Enforcement and ID/DD: Strategies for Success
September 9, 2020 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
The 2020 Carolina Institute for Development Disabilities (CIDD) Virtual Community Talk Series presents Sara E. Stanton, MA, NCC, speaking on “Law Enforcement and ID/DD: Strategies for Success.” She will explore the interactions between law enforcement and individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities as well as provide strategies for increasing successful outcomes integrating a systems perspective.
Sara Stanton is the Clinical Director with NC START East. Also a graduate from the University of Pittsburgh and Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Sara holds a Master’s of Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Her passion for crisis intervention and with law enforcement started early during her undergraduate work at a maximum-security prison. Sara has focused her career on crisis prevention an early intervention. Sara also has experience training and collaborating with law enforcement in Eastern North Carolina to provide the internationally recognized training mode of the Crisis Intervention Team (CIT).
Virtual Attendance Certificates for 1.5 credit hours of professional development are available. Please direct questions to Debbie Reinhartsen, PhD, CCC-SLP at Debbie.Reinhartsen@cidd.unc.edu.