FULL LIST OF Health RESULTS
Reality Training: How to handle excited delirium cases–
For the week of August 1, we review Dave Smith's discussion on the condition of excited delirium and the traits that are common in cases of excited delirium. This is a medical emergency that can put the community at risk at times. Dave presents a video of an excited delirium case that from Appleton, WI as an example of how to properly handle an intense case of this type.
Officer mistakenly fires gun in bizarre Iowa pursuit–
July 20 pursuit ended with police smashing the windows of a vehicle and an accidental discharge of one of their service weapons.
Calif. dispatcher provides coworker life-saving transplant–
Jennifer Hall and Michelle Nelson started out as coworkers who were not even friends outside of the office.
Man Revived After Collapse at Dunwoody Gym–
A personal trainer, a health club member and a police officer all happened to be in the right place at the right time to save a man having a heart attack while he worked out.
Hello Online Introduction–
We are a group of compassionate and skilled speech-language specialists embracing technology to bring quality service to our clients. We provide our clients convenient, online speech therapy and communication instruction to support personal growth in a home or work environment. Learn More http://www.thehellofoundation.com/PrivateOnlineTraining/
Inside law enforcement medic training–
Police receive "combat medic care" training, enabling them to administer treatment to a fallen officer when medical crews are unable to access a scene.
Police TASER knife-wielding man at Whole Foods–
Portland police were forced to repeatedly use a TASER on a man known to suffer from mental illness after he was caught shoplifting and grabbing knives from a display rack at a Whole Foods grocery store on Friday.
Police wellness program–
Captain Brian Nanavaty of Indianapolis PD discusses the Police Wellness Program his department has implemented to help officers suffering from a variety of issues ranging from professional, neurological, personal, addiction or health problems.
Man charges Seattle police with knife, gets shot–
KOMO News obtained dash cam video of a June confrontation between Seattle police and a knife-wielding man with a history of mental illness.
Woman attacks NC cop with scissors, steals squad–
The woman crashed into several vehicles in the cruiser before she was stopped and taken to be evaluated for mental illness.
Health care behind bars–
Any given day, more than 1300 inmates are behind bars at Mobile, Alabama's Metro Jail. Many prisoners come with health problems, from mental illness and high blood pressure to the common cold.
The Bulletproof Mind–
Lt. Col. Dave Grossman talks about the amazing resilience of the human mind and the importance of keeping your mind, body, and spirit in top working condition.
One cop's struggle with PTSD–
Betsy Brantner-Smith interviews Mort Dzikansky about his experiences with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder following 9/11 and his assignment of analyzing suicide bombers in Israel.
Ontario Provincial Police Association - "Here for You" Video–
Times have changed -- Ontario and Canada face new challenges, from white collar crime to cyberbullies. That's why we're here for our communities. We're here for you. Our members work hard every day to keep our communities safe, healthy, and prosperous. Smart, well-trained, and committed, our members provide effective (and cost-effective) policing services to 322 Ontario communities. From Essex to Thessalon to Thunder Bay -- across nearly a million square kilometres of land and 100,000 square kilometres of waterways -- our members are proud to serve.
Thai Boxing Tool for Law Enforcement–
Diana Rathborne demonstrates how to use Thai boxing as a tool to maximize body mechanics and even stress relief.
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