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"Sadly, the realities of a violent society do not stop at the hospital entrance."

                                                                                                                       -NursingWorld

 

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Gang violence is a real and prominent threat in any health care environment. According to the Department of Justice, 24,500 known gangs exist in the United States, with approximately 770,000 members. It goes without saying that violence associated with gangs will result in injuries needing medical attention and most of that treatment will take place in hospitals. No longer is the role of hospital security that of just door checkers on assigned rounds. Their roles have expanded to protecting patients, staff and hospital property. In order to effectively do so, they must be thoroughly educated on gang activity, including how to recognize and deal with escalating violence. To not be trained in these areas is placing the very people they are charged with protecting at risk.


Across our country, gang violence has become commonplace in many of our major city hospitals. The threat of gang violence has forced some Emergency Departments (ED) to reevaluate the way that they triage and subsequently treat their patients. ED throughout the country are seeing first-hand the debilitating and often deadly effects of youth gang violence. Unfortunately, many of their personnel and staff are being caught in the middle.

No hospital or health care facility is immune from gang violence. The key is preparation, recognition and implementation. The goal is to maintain a workplace that is free of violence. This course will offer numerous strategies to do just that.
 

This course includes many topics, such as:             

  • Introduction to Today’s Gang Philosophies
  • Recognizing Gang Members
  • Gang Influences and Their Activities
  • Gang Awareness and Understanding
  • Sociological and Psychological Factors Contributing to Gang Membership
  • Hospital Safety and Legal Issues
  • Hospital Security when Dealing with Potential Gang Issues
  • Minimizing the Risk of Gang-Related Problems within a Hospital Setting
  • Are Staffing Levels Appropriate?
  • Interdiction and Investigation Methods
  • Developing a Plan with Local Police to Deal with Gang Violence
  • Has your Hospital Unknowingly Hired Gang Members?

 

 Who should attend:   Hospital Police and Security Personnel, Doctors and Nurses, Hospital Administrators, ER personnel, EMT's, Ambulance Personnel and Law Enforcement Officers.

 

 
   
 
Instruction for Law Enforcement Officers Tuition $ 279 US

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