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April 26, 2018

Police restrained Bristol boy with learning disabilities before he died

Awareness of Crisis Management at the Point of Impact can be hugely beneficial to security, police and even nurses who encounter learning disability and autism.
https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/news/bristol-news/police-officers-restrained-teen-learning-1465109
Thomas Oliver McGowan had been brought to hospital after he suffered a simple partial seizure
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Gerard O'Dea is the Director of Training for Dynamis. Training Advisor, Speaker, Author and Expert Witness on Personal Safety, Conflict Management and Physical Interventions, he is the European Advisor for Vistelar Conflict Management, a global programme focussing on the spectrum of human conflict.

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