Dennis Debbaudt’s Autism & Law enforcement content and curriculum development has set the standard for autism training for policing, public safety and criminal justice professionals in the U.S., Canada and globally.
Are you searching for autism training curriculum for police and law enforcement? Dennis Debbaudt develops current, relevant sustainable and memorable autism and law enforcement curriculum and digital video content. Debbaudt’s experiences in autism and law enforcement curriculum range from serving as a: Curriculum Review Team member and resource for Why Law Enforcement Needs To Recognize Autism developed by the Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commissions October 1999-the first ever autism curriculum for law enforcement; a Subject Matter Expert for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement’s curriculum Autism Awareness for Law Enforcement in 2017; a cited resource for the POST Field Guide: Police Response to People with Mental Illness or Developmental Disability, by the Municipal Police Officers’ Education & Training Commission, Hershey, Pennsylvania 2001; a consultant to Chicago Police Department’s autism training module in 2007; a Subject Matter Expert for California POST’s training video on autism, 2009; and developed and updated the Autism Trainer’s Guide for NYPD from 2008 through 2017.
Search no more for up-to-date, copyright protected and licensed autism and law enforcement training curriculum objectives, course outlines, learning outcomes and informative, insightful video illustrations from Debbaudt and his autism and law enforcement video production team. Debbaudt offers referenced, detailed and easy-to-read handouts that can be modified for 10 to 20 minute roll call briefing session and two, three four hour sessions. Dennis wrote the scripts for training video scenarios that describe not only the highest risk autism and law enforcement encounters but strategies designed to lower risk when police officers and first responders interact with autistic citizens and resolve the dilemma of recognizing autism related behaviors and characteristics.
Here’s a short documentary from HBO about Dennis Debbaudt’s mission:
Law enforcement, public safety and criminal justice training professionals can use the time saved in research coupled with Debbaudt’s experience and expertise to custom design an autism curriculum, powerpoint and training video illustrations that will meet your agency’s specific needs.
Dennis Debbaudt is a professional investigator, journalist and proud parent of a son who has autism. Dennis was the first address police related autism issues in the early 1990s. He has since produced over 40 autism and law enforcement related books, reports and training videos.
Dennis Debbaudt’s autism training mission features access to top quality Autism & Law Enforcement curriculum, videos, publications, and Autism & Law Enforcement training presentations.
Dennis Debbaudt has presented hundreds of direct training and conference sessions throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe and southeast Asia. Every Dennis Debbaudt Autism & Law Enforcement training session is considered to be a train-the-trainer opportunity. Since 1995, Debbaudt’s training has reached well over 250k law enforcement, public safety and criminal justice professionals. For more information email Dennis at: email@example.com or call: 772-398-9756. Dennis’ son Brad may answer the phone.
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