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  1. Motivational Interviewing for College Police Officer Dave Closson Eastern Illinois University

  2. The Game Plan • Background of Motivational Interviewing (MI) • Learning & Behavior Change • MI for Campus Police • Skills and Techniques • Summary & Reflection

  3. Objectives • Fundamental principles of motivational interviewing • The skills and techniques of motivational interviewing • The application of motivational interviewing by college police

  4. What is Motivational Interviewing • “A person centered form of guiding to elicit and strengthen motivation for change.” (Miller and Rollnick, 2002) • It is a way of talking to people that builds their internal motivation to change. • It uses questions and statements to think and talk in a positive, forward direction.

  5. A Quick History • Counseling • Directive, client-centered counseling style. Helping clients explore and resolve ambivalence. • Compared to nondirective counseling, it is more focused and goal directed. The resolving of ambivalence is the central goal, and the counselor is pushing towards it. • Outperformed traditional advice giving by 80%

  6. A Quick History • On campus & Sanctioning • Student Affairs Staff • Housing etc. • Sanctioning • Example… BASICS • One on one sessions

  7. Learning & Behavior Change • Combining law enforcement and education • Court System • Student Standards / Judicial Affairs • Police in the field

  8. Learning & Behavior Change • Motivation is all internal • A person convinced against their will…. • Change your perspective; Change your behavior

  9. Learning & Behavior Change • Story Time • Presentations • DUI/Alcohol • Double Lung Transplant

  10. MI for Campus Police • What are Police? • Skilled communicators • Problem Solvers • Lie detectors

  11. MI for Campus Police • The goal for police interactions • 15 minutes or less, 64 percent • Be opportunistic!! • Sometimes providing good information badly …

  12. Taking it to the Next Level • MI Style • Express empathy • Roll with resistance • Develop discrepancy • Support self efficacy

  13. Taking it to the Next Level • MI-OARS • Open ended questions • Affirmations • Reflections • Summaries

  14. Taking it to the Next Level • MI Motivation • Forward focus • Raise interest • Things to scale • Giving advice without telling what to do • Linking talk to action

  15. Summary • Police already have the skills • Small changes • Reflection time

  16. Questions???? Contact information: Officer Dave Closson djclosson@eiu.edu

  17. References • Walters, S., & Baer, J. (2006). Talking with college students about alcohol. New York: The Guilford Press. • Walters, S., Clark, M., Gingerich, R., & Meltzer, M. (2007). Motivating offenders to change. Washington DC: U.S, Department of Justice National Institute of Corrections. • Sciacca, K. (2009). Motivational interviewing - glossary and fact sheet.