Do some use of force policies jeopardize Members, restricting the appropriate suspect control response?
2017 Qualicum police shooting, officers cleared of any criminal wrongdoing.
I taught suspect control to Seattle Police officers and King County Deputy Sheriffs and the defensive tactics these officers acquired were unlimited.
I trained with several British Columbia police departments and in many of them Mounties were denied participation because the Force didn't approve of the defensive tactics taught.
Coroner's inquest offered the following seven recommendations.
Recommendation that inquests be held in a timely manner/as soon as possible following a death.
Recommendation that improved communication and clarity be established around criteria for restraint use for person at risk for harm to self or others, in order to transport to an appropriate facility.
Recommendation to expand inclusion of a mental health clinician on RCMP mental health calls provincewide.
Recommendation is to encourage increased use of tasers as a non-lethal alternative to other methods or tools for control of a person.
Recommendation for RCMO to receive annual crisis intervention and de-escalation training.
Recommendation is for all physicians in B.C., particularly those in institutional settings, such as emergency rooms, to have enhanced training in sensitivity to, and treatment of, the symptoms of various mental illnesses in patients.
Recommendation is for the 911 call takers to request a caller to stop their vehicle instead of allowing the caller to continue to travel while in distress or in potential harm’s way.
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