IACP Alzheimer’s Initiatives

Roll-Call Training Videos

It’s not a question of whether law enforcement will be dealing with Alzheimer’s disease,
but rather when we’ll encounter Alzheimer’s disease, and how we’ll respond.

The IACP’s Alzheimer’s Initiatives training program has developed 4 short training videos which discuss various situations that law enforcement and first responders may encounter a person with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.

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To order the FREE DVD version of the training video, please email alzheimers@theiacp.org

(5:35) Driver Assessment (traffic stop) – Learn to recognize signs of impaired driving due to Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. (Dennis, MA)
(6:22) Missing Person (on foot) – Techniques for interviewing caregivers and search and rescue when someone with dementia goes missing on foot. (Montgomery County, MD)
(7:24) Missing Person (by car) – Techniques for interviewing caregivers and search and rescue when someone with dementia goes missing by car. (Vail, CO)
(8:48) Overview of Search Protocol – Extensive overview of search protocol for someone with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. (Houston, TX)
(24:13) Full training video with all segments as listed above.

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Information contributed by: IACP