Campus Law Enforcement

Self Evaluation Work Plan

Description

This section examines law enforcement’s best practices interacting with people with disabilities.

Recommendations

1. Ensure that first responders and law enforcement are trained regarding:

  1. The disability civil rights mandates that the University is held to under State and Federal laws, and
  2. The best techniques for communication with persons with disabilities (including people with mental disabilities).
  • This is a slide entitled Disability & Policing (link is external)that has content on these topics;
  • GIVE THE NAME OF OUR TRAINING AND TELL THEM TO SCHEDULE OUR TRAINING ONCE A YEAR,
  • GIVE THE NAME OF THEIR TRAINING ON AUTISM AND DEESCALATION AND TELL THEM IT SHOULD CONTINUE TO BE INCLUDED IN THEIR SUMMER TRAINING SESSIONS

2. Ensure that University law enforcement personnel are trained in how to safely transport large medical devices such as motorized wheelchairs.

  • RESOURCE NEEDED

3. Ensure that University law enforcement personnel are trained in best practices for dealing with service dogs and emotional support animals.

  • RESOURCE NEEDED

4. Confirm that any holding areas for detained persons are accessible, and that communications systems in these areas are accessible to persons with disabilities.

  • Campus was assessed by CASps as part of our 2020-2021 ADA Transition Plan. Contact Ben Perez for more information.

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