FULL LIST OF Mental health - page 2 Videos
Video captures Calif. police shooting–
A woman in Long Beach, Calif. was shot by police after a three hour standoff that ended after she refused to drop what police believed to be a real weapon. Police have since determined the gun to be a replica. The woman is expected to recover from her injuries.
Living with an autistic child–
Director Susan Hamre of Giant Steps discusses the challenges officers face when raising an autistic child.
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.
Autism Recognition and Response–
Giant Steps director Susan Hamre lays out what to expect when you encounter an individual with autism.
Identifying and Dealing with Excited Delirium–
An expert in excited delirium talks about what to do when you get a call involving someone in the heightened state. First and foremost, get medical attention, he says.
Staying Positive at Work–
In this video, Barb Harris talks about keeping perspective and staying positive in a high stress position, like dispatch.
Alexis Artwohl: Job Stress - Memory & Decision Making–
In this segment, Doug Wyllie consults with veteran psychologist Alexis Artwohl about her research working with officers who have experienced post-shooting distress.
Reality Training: Understanding excited delirium–
Excited Delirium is a medical problem but law enforcement is often called first due to the individiual's violent and irratic behavior. In this video, Dave Smith explains protocol when dealing with these types of calls.
Jerry Staton: Excited Delirium: Signs and Preparation–
Dave Smith and Jerry Staton discuss the signs and symptoms of excited delirium. Staton provides specific guidelines on what to expect, and the importance of working with multi-disciplines to manage the response.
Perspectives: Joel Lashley - Responding to Persons with Autism–
PoliceOneTV's Dave Smith and Senior Officer Joel Lashley discuss the important things you need to know regarding autism. People with autism are seven or eight times more likely to make a police contact than the average person, and Lashley helps you prepare to handle such an encounter. Related Links: Visit the PoliceOne Emotionally Disturbed Persons Research Topic Relevant PoliceOne Links: Visit the Police Community Topic section Law Enforcement News PoliceGrantsHelp.com
Charlotte Rappley: Officer Suicide–
Dave Smith interviews Charlotte Rappley about her husbands suicide and her new mission to help establish suicide awareness and prevention programs during officer training. She also takes on the tough issue of how agencies and families are caught in a tragic aftermath when a brother or sister officer takes their own life and how often surviving family members are forgotten in our own grief and confusion. Learn more about Sgt. Mike Rappley Related Links: Read Jim Glennon's column, Surviving the Streets Visit the Training section Visit the Officer Safety section (Secure) Visit the Health - Physical and Mental Fitness Topic
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According to PoliceOne data, LEOs are 1.23 times more likely than other consumers to have a credit card. Are you selecting the correct one?