Family Liaison Coordinator Training
Family Liaison Officers are typically deployed to support families in cases of homicide, fatal road traffic collisions, natural disasters, fatal fires and workplace deaths. The principles of family liaison support are also frequently used to help others affected by the incident such as first responders and work colleagues. The coordination and management of FLO’s is crucial to ensuring the demands of this role are met.
As a matter of good practice forces should consider appointing a dedicated Family Liaison Coordinator.
Sancus training delivers the skills and knowledge required in the critical role of a Family Liaison Coordinator; a specialist post within the police service. However, this role is now frequently called upon within other organisations, such as the Fire and Rescue Service, Ambulance Service, the Armed Forces, HM Prison Service, Healthcare, Local Authorities and the private sector.
Family Liaison Coordinator
Family Liaison Coordinator training can be delivered for your organisation, at a venue of your choice and for up to 12 delegates.
Because of the specialist nature of this training it is beneficial for us to discuss your exact needs and requirements. Please contact us and our senior course trainer will be pleased to arrange a consultation.
The role of the Family Liaison Coordinator includes;
- Providing a support point for SIO’s
- Co-ordinating FLO deployments
- Providing support and advice for FLO’s
- Maintaining an FLO deployment register
- Providing an independent channel for FLO debriefings
- Liaising and sharing good FLO practice
- Promoting and facilitating FLO peer support
- Monitoring mandatory welfare support
Family Liaison Support Training – Our Expert
Family Liaison Coordinator Training is delivered by Cheryl Pinner who is one of the countries most experienced practitioners and trainers. Cheryl spent many years of her distinguished police career carrying out the role of Family Liaison Officer. Cheryl’s expertise and specialist knowledge resulted in her being deployed in 7/7 bombings, interviewing high profile cases such as Ian Huntley and Professor Stephen Hawkings and subsequently receiving a number of national awards and commendations for the roles undertaken.
She has continued her personal development gaining a Certificate of Higher Education. in ‘Grief and Bereavement Management’ and a BA Hons in ‘Applied Investigations’. Since leaving the police Cheryl has delivered training to many organisations; she also deliver Family Liaison Support Training for Sancus.
“Really useful course delivered in such an interesting way it kept me engaged the whole time.”
Manchester City Council – March 2018