The Psychological Autopsy has been described as one of the most valuable tools of research on completed suicides. This one-day psychological autopsy training has been designed specifically for law enforcement in order to assist personnel tasked with investigating police officer suicides as well as suicides involving community members.

This course and tool is also valuable to other law enforcement personnel that are involved in suicide incidents and assisting people in crisis including supervisors, peer support officers, employee assistance program personnel, psychological counseling staff, and agency chaplains.

This training is open only to law enforcement personnel and those who work directly with law enforcement in regard to investigating suicides, assisting people in crisis, working in law enforcement suicide prevention efforts, and other related areas. This training is also open to civilians who do relevant and similar work. 

Upcoming Training Date:

Wednesday, April 22, 2020 – Portland, Oregon, pre-conference session to the 53rd Annual AAS Conference. Click here to apply.

Group Training:
If your organization or group of organizations would like to arrange a training session at your location; please contact Jennifer Tinch, to discuss potential dates and costs.