Has your Department received training in Managing Excited Delirium?

This course has been presented and most of the major EMS conferences and it is excellent training. With the increase in potential violent pt encounters this training will give you the tools you need to protect yourself and the patient. here is the course description. 

Course Description: This 8-hour class is an interactive approach to safely managing an excited delirium (ED) event. Attendees will learn how to recognize ED and how to safely handle someone suffering from ED by learning to minimize the risk of injuries to the rescuers and the patient. 

To be effective: Law Enforcement Officers, Fire Rescue, and EMS must train together on the recognition of ED and pre-plan for an intervention. Learn new therapies and protocols which are currently being used successfully on the street by EMS. Specific take downs and techniques for capturing and restraining the patient will be demonstrated and practiced. 

Objectives: Recognize warning signs for ED 

Learn history of sudden death & the relationship to ED 

Evaluate the current research into the causes of ED 

Develop procedures for investigating arrest related deaths 

Evaluate the benefit of field sedation 

Demonstrate control & restraint techniques 

Improve report writing skills involving arrest related deaths 

Understand the importance of first responders working together 

Participate in class discussions involving all of the above 

Who Should Attend: All First Responders -- LEO's, Fire & EMS, Detention Officers, Hospital Staff, Police Trainers, IA, Administration, Risk Managers, PIO Officers, Doctors, Medical Examiners & Attorneys 

Credit Hours: Will be awarded to all medical personnel. LEO credit hours can be filed by their local departments with assistance from Evansville PD. 

Instructor: Jerry Staton is Owner & Training Director of Affordable Realistic Tactical Training (ARTT). He holds a Master Police Officer certificate along with many advanced law enforcement instructor certificates. He retired after 25 years of police service. 

Co-Instructor: Wren Nealy is currently the Special Operations Director of Cypress Creek EMS and has 18 years of experience as a paramedic/ police officer, tactical officer and tactical medic. 


Evansville Police Department 



February 5 OR 6, 2013 


8 am - 5 pm 


$100 per person 

Training Location: 

National Guard Armory 

3300 Division Street 

Evansville, IN 

Local Contact: 

Debbie Baird, Evansville PD 


Questions on Class: 

Jerry or Debbie Staton 



Wren Nealy 


Additional Class Info: 


Pre-registration & Pre-payment Requir 

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