Excited Delirium & Arrest Related Deaths

P4095581

P1016495

 

  • History of Sudden Death & Excited Delirium
  • Who is at risk for sudden death
  • Pre-disposing factors
  • Learn to handle an Excited Delirium Suspect
  • Recognize a potential Arrest Related Death
  • Use of Force & Liability Issues
  • Asphyxia & Transport Issues
  • Research supported sudden death
  • Investigating ARDs
  • Report writing for ARDs
  • Hands-on segment
  • $100.00 per officer
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  • Police One Video – Intro to ED & ARD

 

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Law Enforcement & Detention Officers:
Learn how medical responders can help you manage a potential arrest related death event due to Excited Delirium. Learn how to intervene and reduce the likelihood of an ARD. When the Managing Excited Deliriumpatient does not survive, learn how to gather critical evidence to properly document the event.

EMS & Fire:
Learn how to work with law enforcement to safely manage these critical patients. Discuss new therapies and protocols that can mean the difference between life and death.

Hospital ER Staff:
Learn new techniques and protocols used by EMS to effectively treat these critical patients and how important it is to continue these therapies. In the event of a death, learn the steps to take to ensure the cause of death is documented correctly.

Medical Examiners:
In the event of a death, learn more about the common signs of excited delirium, the steps to take to ensure the cause of death is documented correctly, and what investigative tools are available to help you determine the true cause of death.

Prosecutors:
Learn how to distinguish this medical emergency from an excessive use of force and the tools available to help prove this in a court of law.

Class Materials provided: CD containing a PowerPoint program, policy suggestion, show-up PowerPoint presentation, many supporting documents, videos and an end-user certificate.