This appraoch examines how officer training affects the manner in which the mentally ill are categorized as the same as others consider a "normal reasoning individual". Similar to asking a child, "What does a monster look like?" And, the child points out dark, disfigured, unattractive photos; clearly missing the point- "Anyone can be a monster." Based on this idea, theory and notion, police officers have constructed the same concept of intellectual disorder (mentally ill), missing the main point- intellectual disordered look like "a normal looking person". Due to their in ability to properly access situations upon contact, the approach may lack consideration to the illness, the mindset, and the person. We suggest and propose the concept that, officer training must (very essential) embrace and consist of an expanded training in psychology. We propose to refer to the training as, "Psychology 101 for Law Enforcement Officers."