Police Chief Helps The Autistic With Amazing New Program

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Chief David Green of the Wellford City Police Department discusses how he created the Responder Alert Program to Spread Autism Awareness. He cites a specific example of how an autistic man was pulled over at a traffic stop and this program performed as it should and this- gentleman was handled in a more compassionate manner than would normally have been the case because the officer saw the Responder Alert sticker on his vehicle.
Chief Green also explains how a recent incident with a barricaded subject armed with a knife was handled better because he had a Vector Centerline Shield with him when dealing with the subject.
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If you are the family member of an autistic adult or child and would like more information on our Responder Alert Program or if you are a law enforcement officer who would like more information, please call 239-281-8669 or send an email to savingliveswithvector@gmail.com or visit our Responder Alert web page at https://www.vectorshields.com/responder-alert-program/ .
Law Enforcement Unconventional is a weekly podcast bringing new tools, training and ideas to the LE community with discussions between LE, Special Forces and Special Operations hosted by a veteran Green Beret and a real life shield maiden federal law enforcement instructor.

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