FULL LIST OF Mental Videos
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.
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.
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.
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.
Excited Delirium: A Medical Emergency–
Lt. Michael Paulus talks about the importance of recognizing excited delerium for the medical emergency it is.
Discipline of Being Positive–
Dan Marcou talks with Doug Wyllie about the importance of staying positive throughout your career, and tips on how to do it.
Primal, Protective and Tactical Response–
An officer can use his or her tactics to make a fight happen, or an officer can be the subject of an unprovoked attack. Using psychology and physiology, Tony Blauer talks about the body's 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
Perspectives: Jay Sandstrom - Dealing with EDPs–
PoliceOneTV's Dave Smith talks with Jay Sandstrom, Wisconsin DOC/DHFS - Ret., about some unique strategies in dealing with Emotionally Disturbed Persons. He emphasizes the importance of taking proactive steps and establishing trust.
Reality Training: Swamp Baby–
Imagine dealing with an emotionally disturbed subject who is chest deep in swamp water trying to drown a baby! PoliceOneTV's Dave Smith takes you through this harrowing real-life experience as two deputies struggle to save the child. Related Links: Visit the PoliceOne EDP Section Relevant PoliceOne Links: Visit the Police Community Topic section Law Enforcement News PoliceGrantsHelp.com
Reality Training: Kentucky Mental Patient–
PoliceOneTV's Dave Smith takes you step by step through the video of an actual incident where an EDP assaulted an officer with a unique and ambiguous threat that forces all of us to think about how we might have dealt with this strange threat! Related Links: Visit the PoliceOne EDP Section Relevant PoliceOne Links: Visit the Police Community Topic section Law Enforcement News PoliceGrantsHelp.com
Reality Training: EDP in PD–
PoliceOneTV's Dave Smith discusses the training points from a tragic confrontation between an EDP and officers within the department. Related Links: Learn more about Dave Smith Read Dave Smith's PoliceOne Columns
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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