Public Safety De-Escalation Tactics for Military Veterans in Crisis

Training to equip your department to resolve confrontations peacefully

Recognize the Signs

Equip your department personnel to recognize a military veteran in crisis.

Resolve Peacefully

We train your people on how to gain rapport and trust with veterans.

Positive Relations

Maintain a positive relationship with your community.

Who Should Attend?

  • Law enforcement
  • Public safety partners
  • Dispatchers
  • Fire personnel
  • EMS personnel
  • Social service workers
  • Chaplains

Why You Should Host?

  • Decrease liability
  • Equip your personnel to effectively handle military veterans in crisis
  • Increase officer safety through dynamic education
  • Mitigate potential negative outcomes of public safety encounters with military veterans in crisis
  • Equip personnel with resources available to veterans and their families
  • Enhance community policing effectiveness

Our team

Anthony and I co-teach this training. My (Bart) background is in law enforcement and mental health. Anthony is familiar with the unique struggles and background of military veterans and law enforcement.

Bart Leger Class A Uniform

Bart J. Leger, Ph.D.

Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office (Retired)
Anthony Doucet Class A Uniform

Anthony Doucet (Ph.D. Candidate)

Army First Sergeant (Retired)

How to Host a Training

It's easy and affordable

  • 1


    We'll take a few minutes and discuss your needs and how we can help.

  • 2


    We'll provide interactive training at your location.

  • 3


    Your staff will be prepared to support veterans who are in crisis.


+ million

Military Veterans in the U.S.


With Mental Health Issues

per day

Veteran Suicides

Caring for one another. It's what it's all about