This ground-breaking video features 15 children and adults at various points on the autism spectrum, an actor who has autism, actual 911 calls, and reflects American diversity. It has the look and feel of TV news, uses real life events to punctuate these issues, and on-the-job officers to deliver the message. The use of state-of-the-art editing and graphics, a creative and informative script, and action makes this video the perfect autism training tool for law enforcement.
With guidance from professional law enforcement and first response advisors, the Autism & Law Enforcement Digital Video (ALEDV) offers tips and options for communications and responses designed to successfully resolve a call involving a person with autism.
Every viewer of ALEDV will come away with a good, practical understanding of what autism is–and what to do when interacting with children and adults who are affected by it.
This video is produced by Debbaudt Legacy Productions, a video documentary production company dedicated to providing the finest in professional training tools for autism education and awareness.
The video merges documentary techniques and vignettes to explore and explain critical autism issues for officers, including:
- LACK OF FEAR OF REAL DANGER
- SENSORY OVER-STIMULATION
- WANDERING AND OTHER FIRST CONTACT ISSUES
- COMMUNICATIONS AND BEHAVIORS
- RESPONDING TO THE CALL
- RESTRAINT & ARREST
- UNDERSTANDING LEGAL RIGHTS
- VULNERABILITY TO STREET CRIME
Mail digital video checks to:
Debbaudt Legacy Productions LLC
2338 SE Holland St.
Port St. Lucie, Florida 34952
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Autism & Law Enforcement Digital Video is $154.95 and delivered through a secure cloud digital file service for easy downloading. DVDs are available upon request and shipped through USPS First Class Mail. Orders outside the United States will be sent in digital format only.
Florida sales are limited to governmental agencies only.
All sales are final.
The Autism & Law Enforcement Digital Video is in Digital format. 21 minutes.
Duplication and broadcast of the videos is prohibited unless authorized by Debbaudt Legacy Productions.