Autism Risk & Safety Management

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Autism training and resources for law enforcement, emergency first responders, parents, educators, care providers, and the autism community.

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Autism Articles

The Art of Verbal Judo - How Tactical Communication Reduces Need to Escalate Use of Force
By Christa Miller

Which traffic stop is more likely to result in use of force?
Scenario A:
Officer: Give me your driver's license and registration.
Subject: Why?

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Helping Police Understand the Autistic
By Tina Kelley

BRICK TOWNSHIP, N.J. - An autistic boy is discovered standing in the middle of a busy road, on his way to the beach. A young girl with autism outsmarts a number of locks, leaves the house before her mother wakes up and is found, naked but alive, in a neighbor’s pool.

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Bracelets Help Track the Lost
By BEN KARP, Star Tribune

ZUMBRO FALLS, MINN. -- Grace Magruder's son had run away again.

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Officers Learn to Deal with Autism
By Donna Swicegood

As his production assistants fitted a microphone onto Iredell County Sheriff's Office Deputy Tim Byrd, Dennis Debbaudt continued to tweak the scenario he was getting ready to film.

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Associated Press: Mass. emergency workers learn to recognize Autism


Healthy State Florida
Autism & Police: Improving Interactions
Autism & Elopement: 8 tips for parents


Fox News Detroit: Autism Advocate promotes safety


United Press International: Advocates: Police need training on autism


Wired Magazine: Ex-Hacker Adrian Lmao Institutionalized, diagnosed with Asperger's


Law enforcement trainer teaching class on responding to people with Autism

 

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