Recognizing and Responding to Excited Delirium
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Introductory to intermediate level best police practices and legal training on the phenomena of Agitated Excited Delirium Syndrome (ED/S) and in-custody death. You will become familiar with the psychophysiological and serious medical emergency referred to by medical examiners and pathologists as Excited Delirium Syndrome. Additionally, you will learn from a police and medical perspective how to properly forensically investigate post-incident in-custody deaths where ED/S is suspected. Attorneys with risk management, agency defense, police auditing, prosecutorial or civil rights assignments will receive information best practices training, policy and the discovery process involved in Excited Delirium Syndrome events.
AuthorsRon L. Martinelli, Ph.D., Martinelli & Associates, Justice & Forensic Consultants, Inc.
People Most Likely to Be at Risk
Assessments and Identification of Excited Delirium Syndrome
Characteristics and Cues
Best Practices Restraint Tactics and Control Protocols
Monitoring Suspected Excited Delirium Syndrome Subjects in Custody
In-Custody Death Prevention