Pukka Films

 


Home
Anger Management
A-Z of Britishness
Dad's Army
Live TV
MG Cars
Oak Records
Pukka Films
Richard Hammond
Richard Loncraine
Spice Girls
Steven Seagal
Support Artists
Tess Daly
The 11th Hour
Virgin Trains
Website Design
YouTube

 

PUKKA FILMS Police Training DVD - 21st April, 2006 Director: Paul Katis

 

CONSIDERATIONS FOR SAFER RESTRAINT

 

CONSIDERATIONS FOR SAFER RESTRAINT

IVCA Gold Award Winner 2007

Considerations for Safer Restraint was commissioned by the Mental Health Unit of the Metropolitan Police Service to be used both for internal training purposes and also to show third parties (coroners, medical professionals, pressure groups) the training that all officers receive on safe restraint for people in agitated and distressed states.

The film was also designed to help officers understand what mental health service users were feeling and thinking when being confronted by the Police.

CONSIDERATIONS FOR SAFER RESTRAINT
(mov   wmv  mp4)

Outside the police there is a thirst for more information about how and why the police carry out restraint. Many people view restraint as a clinical exercise where officers move smoothly and efficiently from one defined position to another. There is little knowledge or appreciation of what occurs in the reality of a violent restraint. In this artificial clinical atmosphere it is only to be expected that community opinion formers and judicial forums have impossible expectations of officers' abilities to carry out authorised holds and to record their actions.
This DVD effectively illustrates what can be very difficult to describe and can be used to explain to practitioners and other interested parties how and why officers restrain people. The DVD may be used to inform groups such as independent advisors, pan-London opinion formers, other partners, independent custody visitors and local community groups.
The DVD shows how the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) deals with people in a mental health crises, acute behavioral disorder (ABD) and restraint so that the audience will understand:

MPS POLICY
HOW THE POLICE ARE TRAINED TO DEAL WITH ABD
THE PERSPECTIVE OF MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE USERS
DYNAMIC RISK ASSESSMENT
TACTICAL COMMUNICATION
RESTRAINT AND THE DIFFICULTIES INVOLVED
MEDICAL IMPLICATIONS
ROLE OF SAFETY OFFICER
HAND OVER TO NHS

 

IVCA Gold Award winner for Practical Training

IVCA Gold Award winner for Practical Training

IVCA Awards are recognised internationally as marks of excellence for effective business communication in corporate video, live events, interactive media projects, business television and websites.
Winning an IVCA Award really matters, bringing enhanced profile and substantial business benefits. The Awards set a standard of excellence and introduce clients to programmes and projects which have made a significant impact on business. As past recipients will testify, there is no higher accolade for creativity, originality, production expertise and sheer effectiveness.
Winners are presented before an audience of commissioners, government representatives, industry colleagues and the media at a Gala Awards Ceremony at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London, held every spring.

 

In memory of - TAMSIN CAUSER (1974 - 2006)

TAMSIN CAUSER (1974 - 2006)

TAMSIN CAUSER (1974 - 2006)

TAMSIN CAUSER (1974 - 2006)

 

TAMSIN CAUSER (1974 - 2006)

ADRIAN TYNDALE & TAMSIN CAUSER (1974 - 2006)

TAMSIN CAUSER (1974 - 2006)

'Freak accident' kills skydiver

Tamsin Causer collided with her friend, Maria Russell, during an exit jump from a plane and crashed into the sea in Empuriabrava, near Barcelona. Miss Causer, 32, of Newell Green, Bracknell, Berkshire, was knocked unconscious and drowned. 
The pair were part of a group of about 30 people jumping from about 12,500ft.

Tamsin held four world records.

 

LINKS:

http://www.pukkafilms.com


http://www.ivca.org/


http://www.free-codecs.com/download/FFDShow.htm

 

FFDShow MPEG-4 Video Decoder
 Freeware | 3.30MB | Downloads

Screenshots
Reviews [87]

 

Home
Anger Management
A-Z of Britishness
Dad's Army
Live TV
MG Cars
Oak Records
Pukka Films
Richard Hammond
Richard Loncraine
Spice Girls
Steven Seagal
Support Artists
Tess Daly
The 11th Hour
Virgin Trains
Website Design
YouTube

 

 

NORTON WEB SAFE

03 Jul 2016

 

Home ] Anger Management ] A-Z of Britishness ] Dad's Army ] Live TV ] MG Cars ] Oak Records ] [ Pukka Films ] Richard Hammond ] Richard Loncraine ] Spice Girls ] Steven Seagal ] Support Artists ] Tess Daly ] The 11th Hour ] Virgin Trains ] Website Design ] YouTube ]


ATEL            P O Box 38032, London SW19 4YB   England UK

Phone: 020-8947 7247         Fax: 020-8946 7947         Email: support@atel.org.uk

ATEL 2004