Criminal crises can refer to a wide range of potentially tragic events, from hostage situations through to suicide attempts and entrenchments. These can strike without warning, and require a diverse spectrum of skills to effectively manage.
The main aim of anybody dealing with this type of event is minimizing the damage done to those involved (including hostages, people working to resolve the situation and the perpetrators themselves) and property in the vicinity. Negotiation is an invaluable tool in achieving these aims, and it has to be undertaken by somebody with exceptional communication skills and a thorough understanding of the interconnected factors which can shape the outcome.
ICMG offers courses, workshops and lectures based on extensive knowledge and over 30 years’ experience in Israel and abroad. They include both theoretical and practical elements as needed, and can be adapted to different languages, cultures, numbers of participants, and specific requirements.