This book will definitely lower vulnerability when it comes to dealing with people in wheelchairs. Applying and training your LEO's from this book will safeguard you and your department. B. L. Smith, Police Training Coordinator (UT)
As a police academy ADA and restraint instructor, national lecturer, and police practices expert, this book is a must read for all first responders. I highly recommend it. W. Ken Katsaris, former Sheriff, Leon County (FL)
Do you know how the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) applies to stopping, questioning, seizing, searching, restraining, and transporting disabled individuals, including wheelchair users? The estimated 3.3 million wheelchair users in the United States are projected to grow by 2 million yearly. The 80-plus page, illustrated text used by Institute for the Prevention of In-custody Deaths, Inc. (IPICD) in its wheelchair training programs, helps you and others maximize safety, minimize injuries, and reduce personal and employer liability. Included topics are:
Section 1 reviews ADA
Rehabilitation Act of 1973
Summarizes select court decisions from the U.S. Supreme and federal circuits.
Section 2 defines Visible and invisible disabilities and how to recognize them
Prosthetics and Medical appliances including how officers and others have been injured by them.
Section 3 identifies Wheelchair types, nomenclature and propulsion methods
Contacting, Controlling, Restraining, and Transporting wheelchairs and their users
Disguised, improvised, and hidden weapons.
Section 4 explains Good report writing guidelines
Why reviewing jury force instructions is a must before writing a force report.
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