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Document 025779
Special Panel Review of Excited Delirium
By Hughes, Edward L., editor. National Institute of Justice (Washington, DC). Pennsylvania State University. Weapons and Protective Systems Technologies Center (WPSTC). Special Panel Review of Excited Delirium (University Park, PA).
These proceedings are about Excited Delirium Syndrome (ExDS) and strategies for addressing it. Law enforcement and medical professionals should be aware of ExDS and the ways it could impact their interactions with afflicted individuals. “The purpose of the meeting was to examine the phenomenon of “excited delirium” and its association with the use-of-force in general and the use of CEDs [conducted energy in particular. Additionally, the panel was to review, discuss, and examine related medical a... Read More
50 pages
Document 015235
Managing Conflict in the Workplace [Satellite/Internet Broadcast on April 7, 1999]
National Institute of Corrections (Washington, DC). National Institute of Corrections Academy (Longmont, CO).
Among the more difficult challenges existing within personnel management is conflict resolution. This videoconference focuses upon managing conflict in a correctional setting. The panel of experts presents information on the history of workplace conflict, how to identify potential and actual sources of conflict, strategies for agencies to manage workplace conflict and prevent or reduce litigation, methods for agencies to assess their effectiveness in managing conflict, and resources for furt... Read More
1 DVD (120 min.)
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