Public mistrust of law enforcement and the government has grown across the United States. Many high-profile law enforcement officer-involved events have involved suspects who said they could not breathe and then died. Often, these events were videotaped by citizens using cellular telephones and then uploaded to social media. Body-worn cameras, cellular telephone cameras, surveillance cameras, and other cameras will record even more of these tragic events. This program is designed to help officers recognize breathing problems, and destroy two myths: If a person is “talking” (s)he is “breathing,” and one or two breaths shows the person is breathing.
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