A Preliminary Evaluation of Interactive Video Simulation Training for Campus Law Enforcement in California

A Preliminary Evaluation of Interactive Video Simulation Training for Campus Law Enforcement in California

Courtney Ann Kase
Karen Chan Osilla
Rachana Seelam
Michelle W. Woodbridge
Bradley D. Stein
Copyright Date: 2016
Published by: RAND Corporation
Pages: 5
https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7249/j.ctt1d41dgz
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    A Preliminary Evaluation of Interactive Video Simulation Training for Campus Law Enforcement in California
    Book Description:

    This report evaluates the Interactive Video Simulation Training to help campus law enforcement professionals refer and intervene with college students experiencing psychological distress.

    eISBN: 978-0-8330-9582-4
    Subjects: History, Psychology, Political Science, Education

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  1. A Preliminary Evaluation of Interactive Video Simulation Training for Campus Law Enforcement in California
    (pp. 1-5)
    Courtney Ann Kase, Karen Chan Osilla, Rachana Seelam, Michelle W. Woodbridge and Bradley D. Stein

    Campus law enforcement professionals are tasked with promoting and maintaining a safe campus environment. They are first responders and are often the first professionals in a position to help support and assist a student experiencing psychological distress, or a student experiencing an event or situation that puts him or her at risk for psychological distress. Mental health problems are common among students. In one survey, nineteen percent of students in California’s higher education system reported experiencing serious psychological distress in the past 30 days, and 11 percent reported significant mental health–related academic impairment in the past year. Additionally, 11...