Jaeckle, Dr. Tina
Millennials and Crisis Negotiation Teams: Bridging the Gap

This seminar will provide an in-depth discussion and overview of historical and communication differences as well as practical approaches to the effective incorporation of millennials into teams and leadership roles. On some SWAT teams where there is a divide between old guard Gen Xers and the younger generation, bridging the gap will require some give and take as well as mutual understanding. Each generation brings both positives and challenges to the tactical field, but teamwork remains imperative.

Dr. Tina Jaeckle - Bio
Dr. Tina Jaeckle is a mental health professional and professor and has presented nationally on issues of crisis/critical incidents, trauma among law enforcement, suicide (law enforcement/first responders), psychological issues in officer involved shootings and line of duty deaths, and the effective incorporation of millennials in the policing field. Dr. Jaeckle trains and consults with numerous public safety agencies in critical incident stress management and peer support, crisis/hostage negotiations, and oversees several CISM teams. She is also board certified in emergency crisis response through the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress; an approved instructor with the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation; a Fellow with the National Center for Crisis Management; a former visiting professor at the FBI Academy (Behavioral Science Unit/National Academy). Dr. Jaeckle is the EAP clinician for the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office, Florida and provides instruction at their training academy