12-28-2012, 09:06 AM #1
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- Aug 2003
Excited Delirium and Arrest Related Deaths class
When: April 22, 2013
Where: Hamilton County (Indiana) Sheriff's Office
Time: 8:00am - 5:00pm
Course Description: This class is an interactive approach to safely manage an excited delirium (ED) event. Attendees will learn to recognize ED, learn to safely handle someone suffering from ED, and learn to minimize the risk of injuries to the rescuers and the patient. All first responders are encouraged to work together to address the issues.
Program provides details on: History of Sudden Death & Excited Delirium; Recognize a potential Arrest Related Death (ARD); Who is at risk for sudden death; Report writing for ARDs; Pre-disposing factors; Investigating ARDs; Liability issues; Scene assessment; Theories of sudden death; Asphyxia & transport issues; Research-supported sudden death & Hands-on techniques demonstrated & practiced.
Who Should Attend: All First Responders -- LEO's, Fire & EMS, Detention Officers, Hospital Staff, Police Trainers, IA, Administration, Risk Managers, PIO Officers, Doctors, Medical Examiners & Attorneys
Each student will receive: Handouts, personalized certificate, CD with documentation, policies, procedures, lesson plan, videos of ED cases, entire presentation in PDF format, list of references & the instructor’s full resume.
Instructor: Jerry Staton, an ARD Specialist, retired from Austin, Texas Police Department after 25 years of active service. His focus is in the use of force issues such as firearms, combative skills, tactics, electronic control devices, and arrest related deaths. He holds a Master Police Officer certificate along with many advanced law enforcement instructor certificates.
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