Narconon staffer receives Crisis CPI Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Instructor Certification

Discussion in 'Narconon' started by CommunicatorIC, Sep 1, 2014.

  1. Narconon staffer receives Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI) Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Instructor certification.

    I think this may be significant. Narconon may be trying to get non-Scientology, non-Ron-Tech, certifications for its staff members.

    Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI)

    Examples of Upcoming CPI Training Programs:
    Narconon Press Release
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  2. fishypants Moderator

    Hmm. Website of training provider says "Training and consulting in behavior management & dementia care."
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  3. BigBeard Member

    Any bets on how long before they try to spin this into some kind of "withdrawal support training" for narCONon staff??

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  4. The Internet Member

    Maybe they’ve always been doing CPI training and they’re just trying to get the, “we has legit certificates!” meme out there, due to fraudulent certificate fiasco.
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  5. DeathHamster Member

    They'd crow about their swimming instructor badges--if they had any.
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  6. Quentinanon Member

    Of course, completion of the course means they obtained the certification, but not does imply they will apply the information on the course to their jobs. At least they did not get their certificates from Sequoia University.
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  7. RightOn Member

    Narconon = grasping at straws to stay afloat?
    They will stop at nothing to continue this dog and pony show. They are taking the money, the minds and most importantly, the lives of vulnerable desperate people.
    The longer they stay open, the more each individual state needs to be held accountable.

    The states are the ones who are allowing Narconon to practice their unproven quackery, brain wash their patients, mentally and physically abuse patients, and administer one of the most dangerous phony rehab treatments by untrained medical staff.
    Each state needs to be held accountable for allowing this fraud to continue. They are responsible for any injuries, mental and physical abuse and any deaths that occur on any Narconon properties. Not to mention the mental anguish they have caused family members and friends.
    People are thankfully going after David Miscavige and the COS, and rightly so, and I hope more come forward. But they need to add the state's part in this madness.
    Maybe THEN this insane abuse suffered by SO many will come to an end.

    I have said it before...
    states have closed down restaurants for unsafe food violations. For instance like chicken being kept at an unsafe temperature. They close these places down to protect people. They have closed down unsafe rides at parks, and have put an end to any business in violation of state codes.
    So tell me WTF in the world is going on here? :mad:

    TODAY IS SEPT 2ND, 2014
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  9. RightOn Member

    oh look, a story about the County Cottage Restaurant being closed in2008...
    "But, according to the state, inspectors have found 79 violations at Country Cottage over the past three years. To gain perspective, The News On 6 compared that to several other restaurants in the Locust Grove area. During that same time period, a popular national chain there had just 16 violations, while a local pizza place had 26. The News On 6 found only one restaurant with more violations than Country Cottage. It had 80.
    Until people got sick recently, inspectors hadn't visited Country Cottage in almost a year. Last year, there were three visits. During one of them, the restaurant wasn't cited, but during the other two, inspectors discovered a total of nine minor violations.
    In 2006 not only did the health department discover dozens of minor violations, it also found two that could make you sick.
    In January, the restaurant was cited for improper hand washing/improper handling of ready to eat food and cross-contamination of raw/cooked foods."
    "They say they're cooperating with investigators and their hearts go out to those who have been harmed.
    They've decided not to open on Tuesday out of respect for the families."

    2013- Health Department Orders Broken Arrow Restaurants Closed
    "The restaurants were closed by the health department because of the boil order.
    Before reopening once the boil order is lifted, food establishments must flush their water system, discard previous ice supplies, and wash-rinse-sanitize all food contact equipment, according to health department.
    The Broken Arrow City Council held a special meeting on Wednesday to discuss the issue.
    The council passed a resolution banning outdoor watering, punishable by fines up to $500."

    oh look here, they closed down a dentist office in 2013 : (rightly so)
    Dentist HIV scare: Inside the Oklahoma dentist's office where dirty instruments, unsanitary practices may have exposed thousands to hepatitis and HIV
    "Dentist HIV scare: Inside the Oklahoma dentist's office where dirty instruments, unsanitary practices may have exposed thousands to hepatitis and HIV
    "Health officials opened their investigation after a patient with no known risk factors tested positive for both hepatitis C and HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. After determining the "index patient" had had a dental procedure done about the likely time of exposure, investigators visited Harrington's office and found a number of unsafe practices, state epidemiologist Kristy Bailey said.
    The Oklahoma Dentistry Board lodged a 17-count complaint against Harrington, saying he was a "menace to the public health by reasons of practicing dentistry in an unsafe or unsanitary manner." Among the claims was one detailing the use of rusty instruments in patients known to have infectious diseases."

    My point is of course, they DO close down businesses if they are a threat to people.
    So why is Narconon so hands off and have had buried investigations?
    I can't believe it's only because they are afraid of going into litigation with the COS. So maybe people are also getting paid off.
    Why would the state want the threat of lawsuits filed against them for not shutting down or not investigating Narconon enough? Seems like a no brainer.
    The few stories above that I listed are in Oklahoma.
    Not to mention all the other places that get shut down by the state in other states that have Narconon centers.
    A real head scratcher isn't it?
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  10. Quentinanon Member

    I think we see the results of several factors: The coercive threat of lawsuits and dirty tricks is but one factor. Payoffs of certain people may be another. Influence resulting from active infiltration is another. However, that scientology is allowed to continue their criminal activities in the U.S. reflects directly on U.S. law and law enforcement. Note that in Canada, the scientology crime syndicate gets treated as they behave, while south of the border, the U.S. operates in the paralysis of cognitive dissonance about scientology. The cult represents itself as a religion, but operates as a fraudulent business. This creates confusion and frustration there, which the law enforcement community cannot seem to resolve.
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  11. RightOn Member

    yes but there are eye witness accounts, pending lawsuits and oh yeah.... NINE DEATHS
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  13. DeathHamster Member

    The parade of useless certifications continues...
    How about any certification that shows they're qualified to run a drug rehab?
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