Protecting One Another: When to Engage Public Safety

“Protecting One Another: When to Engage Public Safety” is an hour and a half interactive and skill-based workshop. It gives context for the current conversation about policing, goes over community caregiver basics, how to access scene safety, and how to determine whether to call for emergency services, non-emergency services/ CAHOOTS, or de-escalate and address the situation directly. There’s an overview of how CAHOOTS is dispatched, a teaser for the de-escalation training, and small group time with scenario assessment. It ends with a discussion of community responses and initiatives to address Eugene’s housing and homelessness crisis.

  • Community members, business owners, neighborhood associations, and other community organizations are encouraged to attend.
  • Parts of the session can be recorded, but not the interactive sections.
  • Fill out the training/ speaker request form and mark the “When to Engage Public Safety” workshop. Mark whether you want to host a training or just attend one. Individuals will be notified of upcoming offerings.
  • The cost is 125$ for organizations, businesses, churches, and neighborhood associations, and no one is turned away for lack of funds.
  • The workshop is available upon request.

Trainer/ Speaker Request Form