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Excited Delirium Instructor Assessment 6.5

This assessment is designed for those individuals who have completed the Excited Delirium Instructor Training. You will receive a discount code for this course on the last day of attendance. Please contact helpdesk@ipicd.com with any questions.

Spit Restraint Device™ Instructor Assessment

This assessment is designed for those who have attended the Virtual Instructor-Led Spit Restraint™ Instructor program. If you have not completed the training. Please do so before signing up and attempting the assessment.

Excited Delirium Instructor Supplemental

If you have completed and passed the assessment for either “IPICD Excited Delirium and ACE™ Instructor Requalification” or “Virtual Excited Delirium Instructor Assessment” you may add this course to your profile.

Spit Mask Webinar

Welcome to the AELE-IPICD “Understanding and Managing Officer’s Use of Spit Masks” webinar. The webinar is approximately 65 minutes in length and will give you the feeling of “being there” when the webinar was held “live” on April 28, 2021. Presenters, in order of appearance, are: John G. Peters, Jr., Ph.D., Mark Kroll, Ph.D., and …

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Spit Restraint Device™ User-Level

Spit Restraint Device™ User-Level Qualification Program Applying spit masks on individuals by law enforcement officers (LEO) is a use of force requiring compliance with Constitutional standards of care, and with any applicable more restrictive state statutory or regulatory standards. Findings from the 2021 IPICD seminal spit mask survey (n=523), in collaboration with the Americans for Effective Law …

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Spit Restraint Device™ Instructor

Spit Restraint Device™ Instructor Qualification Program – Coming 2022 Findings from the seminal 2021 IPICD spit mask survey (n=523) done in collaboration with the Americans for Effective Law Enforcement (AELE) found approximately 42% of respondents never received spit mask training, even though approximately 85% of them reported their law enforcement agency authorized their use. Approximately 51% …

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Service Animal Instructor

This program counts as one program credit toward the exclusive IPICD Public Safety Disability Specialist qualification. Instructor Certificate Upon successful completion of the E-Learning Service Animal Instructor program and its online assessment, you can print your customized instructor certificate. Your Service Animal Instructor qualification expires in two years and can be easily renewed online. Program …

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Virtual Excited Delirium Instructor Assessment

This assessment is designed for those individuals who have completed the Virtual Excited Delirium Instructor Training. You will receive a discount code for this course on the last day of attendance. Please contact helpdesk@ipicd.com with any questions.

Wheelchairs: Contact and Control™

Welcome to the IPICD Wheelchair Train-the-Trainer Online Module. There are an estimated 3.3 million wheelchair users in the United States. This figure is projected to grow by 2 million yearly. Law enforcement officers (LEOs) and other first responders will come into contact with them as co-workers, neighbors, friends, as crime victims and violators. The IPICD …

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Excited Delirium Requalification

IPICD Excited Delirium and ACE™ Instructor Requalification A brief “Welcome and Introduction” from IPICD president and chief learning officer, John G. Peters, Jr., Ph.D., CTC, CLS. To maintain their staying current as an IPICD-qualified instructor, this online requalification program is required of all IPICD Excited Delirium and ACE™ – qualified instructors who graduated from the instructor program. …

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