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Motivational Interviewing for Campus Police [Mini-Course]

Stop feeling frustrated with the seemingly never-ending drinking or drug-related calls.
Create a positive relationship between your students and the campus police department.

When officers use motivational interviewing (MI) on patrol they can engage students in a positive and collaborative conversation about the student’s high-risk substance misuse. This mini-course will share personal experiences and stories of police officers using MI on patrol. The course will highlight the four primary benefits of using MI on patrol and how officers can implement community policing with a proven student-centered approach.

What you'll get:

  • Six modules
  • pdf resources
  • Next steps to keep building your MI skills!


What People Are Saying:

“I was utilizing parts of M.I. and didn't even realize it. Now, I can evaluate the ways that I was using it before and expand on that to make my interactions with students a lot more positive and effective.”

Officer Ryan Snow, D.R.E

“Mr. Closson hits the nail on the head. This is a fantastic example of how to approach law enforcement as a whole. This truly applies to all facets of law enforcement and beyond.”

C. Sanford

“A great technique/concept, while becoming commonplace in the counseling field, has great application to the arena of law enforcement, probation, and/or corrections. This is a must for any officer familiar with verbal judo, community policing, drug courts, etc. David has captured many of the prominent concepts of motivational interviewing, and provides examples from his time as a campus police officer at Eastern Illinois University!”

Eric Davidson