Quick Guides

The Quick Guides series is intended to be a selection of very short, very punchy posts which summarise issues to an absolute minimum of information.

The intention is that they are short enough to be a ‘refresher’ for officers before, after or even during operational incidents.  (This page and others can be saved as icons or bookmarks on SmartPhones for ease of reference).

So the blogs I’ve published are each under 300 words but contain links to the longer articles and other guidance:

All feedback gratefully received and I’m happy to do a similar kind of blog on other subjects, if needed.

5 thoughts on “Quick Guides

  1. Very interesting and helpful for all who come in contact with Mental Health sufferers and as a reference for those of us who suffer with the big black dog that follows us around.

  2. It is certainly useful, I will draw the attention of my colleagues to it. In physical terms you can rarely assess someone’s mental health but unless you know something of the symptoms it is easy to overlook a condition. People suffering from auditory hallucinations may be struggling with the voices in their head. In one case that I had where it was clearly important for the client to give an account in interview, the voices were saying not to.

    Incidentally does anyone know where Gadget has gone?

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