Cover: A Preliminary Evaluation of Interactive Video Simulation Training for Campus Law Enforcement in California

A Preliminary Evaluation of Interactive Video Simulation Training for Campus Law Enforcement in California

Published Jun 10, 2016

by Courtney Ann Kase, Karen Chan Osilla, Rachana Seelam, Michelle W. Woodbridge, Bradley D. Stein

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This report evaluates the Interactive Video Simulation Training to help campus law enforcement professionals refer and intervene with college students experiencing psychological distress.

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