Do's and don'ts of handling "excited delirium" suspects
Part 1 of 2 by P-1 Senior Contributor Chuck Remsberg Sponsored by Blauer
A subject in the throes of excited delirium "may be so far down the road to destruction" that realistically you have little hope of doing more than "witnessing his death. Even if you're able to manage the situation perfectly, he may still die."
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Plain clothes officer killed by fellow officer while responding to gunshot report
NORFOLK, Va.-A Norfolk police officer in plain clothes was shot and killed by another officer after responding to a call about a disturbance, and the Virginia State Police have been asked to conduct the investigation, police said Monday.
Seneca Darden, 25, was killed in the shooting at about 11:30 p.m. Sunday, police spokesman Chris Amos said. Darden was
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