Suspicious person contacts involving persons with autism are predictable and fraught with risk. This scenario illustrates autism recognition, verbal and nonverbal communication, investment of on scene time, information processing, interviewing and decision making dilemmas while offering officer and citizen safety tips, communication advice and much more.
Creative editing and on screen text captures every student’s attention and spurs training room discussion. Ten minutes total run time. Suggested video edit points, instructor tips and video handout included with every digital video.
Debbaudt Legacy Productions Training Video Support
The DLP Digital Training Video allows an agency authorized instructor to present a fully produced, complete video to students for a broader contextual view and the ability to easily place a selected clip to match a more narrow-focused learning objective at a particular place within a PowerPoint, Keynote or other multimedia presentation. Learners in the 21st century respond well to short duration, faster-paced audiovisual illustration and instruction. Short duration clips can be repeated, for example, to illustrate verbal and nonverbal communications dilemmas, difficulties and nuance autistic individuals may present during real life interactions and illustrate suggested communications adjustments for the students.
The DLP Training Video License content is designed for half, full and multiple day training as well as one to two hour or shorter training, briefing or conference session. DLP digital video expands opportunities for training instructors and curriculum developers to keep up with the faster pace of today’s learner or offer a longer, in depth view depending on the situation. The DLP Training Video License comes with Dennis Debbaudt’s 24-years of autism-related training room experience for support and Dave Legacy’s clear technical advice and assistance for editing DLP video. DLP’s mission is a commitment to assist and enhance the creative training development process for each agency and instructor that exceeds every expectation. DLP commits to releasing periodic upgrades and new video content during the term of the license. We welcome your feedback as we develop new educational video.
DLP Basic Digital Training Video License Terms
The DLP Training Video Basic License will be issued to client agency after the introductory period payment of $400.00 and an agency representative’s signed acknowledgement to the terms included in Debbaudt Legacy Productions, LLC Video Licensing Agreement is received. DLP will provide a receipt, the six video titles and support materials through a secure digital file service to the email address provided by client. Purchase order documentation to attention of Dennis Debbaudt email: email@example.com
DLP clients are urged to create a file to store the digital video files and backup the video files on separate digital storage devices. In addition, test the video files for image and audio quality and insert one of the digital video files into PowerPoint, Keynote or other computer-based presentation software to ensure compatibility.
Once the signed DLP Video Licensing Agreement is received and payment confirmed, DLP will countersign and date the Licensing Agreement and provide a two month course preparation grace period to client before the two-year basic license begins. This essentially extends the license to twenty-six months. Licensee agrees to not publish on the internet, give away, sell, broadcast on television, cable or satellite television, or transfer to VHS, DVD or digital formats, or provide or distribute the video to any other person or other agency, or allow filming of any DLP licensed digital video at public or private presentations without the written permission and agreement of Debbaudt Legacy Productions, LLC of Port Saint Lucie, Florida. Licensee’s failure to adhere to this agreement may result in revocation of this license by Debbaudt Legacy Productions, LLC and Debbaudt Legacy Productions, LLC may pursue legal remedies against licensee.
DLP client agencies may include federal, state, county or municipality law enforcement, police and public safety agencies, training academies, university or college police, fire-rescue, emergency medical services training instructors, school districts, school resource and safety agencies, state developmental, mental health and public health agencies, criminal and juvenile justice agencies, correctional agencies, disaster preparedness agencies, Medical Reserve Corps, Citizen Emergency Response Teams, governmental agencies with training responsibilities, autism advocacy organizations and non profit agencies with training mandates. DLP’s client will identify the in-house or selected instructor for the course and identify the geographic area where training will occur. The basic license extends to out of state or country conference sessions of two hours or less.
For larger and non U.S. agencies training departments and consortiums with multiple qualified instructors and/or regional, state or country wide training coverage, or any agency offering distance, e-learning or secure web-based platform training please visit DLP’s Digital Video Licensing for Secure Web-Based Platforms page then contact Dennis Debbaudt at firstname.lastname@example.org or 772-398-9756 for expanded licensing terms and price quote.
Dennis Debbaudt Background
Dennis Debbaudt’s experiences in autism and law enforcement curriculum development 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 development and updates of the Autism Trainer’s Guide for NYPD Command Level Instructors from 2007 through 2018.
Dennis presented the closing four hour session for the 2018 class of the FBI’s National Executive Institute for chief executives of top level law enforcement agencies in the U.S., Canada, Australia and Europe. Dennis also provided a keynote address for Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge at the 2018 Arkansas Law Enforcement Summit and presented training sessions on behalf of Florida Atlantic University, Florida International University’s Embrace Program and Ohio University Police Department among many sessions during 2018.
Dennis Debbaudt is a former licensed investigative agency owner (37 years), journalist and proud parent of a son who has autism. Dennis first reported on police related autism issues in the early 1990s. He has since produced over 40 autism and law enforcement related books, chapters, reports and training videos. He resides with his wife, Gay, and son, Brad, in Port Saint Lucie, Florida.
2017 HBO short documentary report about the history of Dennis’ mission: