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Did you know that ASERT Autism Resources offers free training to law enforcement on dealing with individuals on the autism spectrum? Join them next Tuesday evening for an introduction to their Justice System training.

Here is a description of the program from their website: Due to the unique social and communication challenges, individuals with autism might also be at risk of committing socially inappropriate actions that reach the level of illegal, offending behaviors. For example, the social deficits associated with autism may impact psychosexual development to a degree where inappropriate pursuits, interests, or touching may result in an act that is unlawful. Communication deficits may also impact expressed anger to a degree where violent and aggressive behaviors rather than more appropriate verbal exchanges result. While the acts themselves may be unlawful, the intent driving the act may not be similar to antisocial attitudes commonly found in offender populations. The goal of this project is to design training and a manual including best practices for individuals with autism who have interaction with the legal system. The training is intended to target all members of the justice system to include attorneys, magistrates, judges, probation officers, etc.Please share! We are excited to host our first ever JUSTICE Project Facebook Live event. We want to hear from you! Give our Justice Consultants some questions you’d like to hear about in the comments below.
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Thank you Security Officer Roy Kofroth and Deputy Sheriff Christian Medina of Chester County Sheriff's Office of PA for helping to keep our courtrooms safe! ... See MoreSee Less

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Pennsylvania Sheriffs Association

Did you know that ASERT Autism Resources offers free training to law enforcement on dealing with individuals on the autism spectrum? Join them next Tuesday evening for an introduction to their Justice System training.

Here is a description of the program from their website: Due to the unique social and communication challenges, individuals with autism might also be at risk of committing socially inappropriate actions that reach the level of illegal, offending behaviors. For example, the social deficits associated with autism may impact psychosexual development to a degree where inappropriate pursuits, interests, or touching may result in an act that is unlawful. Communication deficits may also impact expressed anger to a degree where violent and aggressive behaviors rather than more appropriate verbal exchanges result. While the acts themselves may be unlawful, the intent driving the act may not be similar to antisocial attitudes commonly found in offender populations. The goal of this project is to design training and a manual including best practices for individuals with autism who have interaction with the legal system. The training is intended to target all members of the justice system to include attorneys, magistrates, judges, probation officers, etc.Please share! We are excited to host our first ever JUSTICE Project Facebook Live event. We want to hear from you! Give our Justice Consultants some questions you’d like to hear about in the comments below.
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Thank you Security Officer Roy Kofroth and Deputy Sheriff Christian Medina of Chester County Sheriff's Office of PA for helping to keep our courtrooms safe! ... See MoreSee Less

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Did you know that ASERT Autism Resources offers free training to law enforcement on dealing with individuals on the autism spectrum? Join them next Tuesday evening for an introduction to their Justice System training.

Here is a description of the program from their website: Due to the unique social and communication challenges, individuals with autism might also be at risk of committing socially inappropriate actions that reach the level of illegal, offending behaviors. For example, the social deficits associated with autism may impact psychosexual development to a degree where inappropriate pursuits, interests, or touching may result in an act that is unlawful. Communication deficits may also impact expressed anger to a degree where violent and aggressive behaviors rather than more appropriate verbal exchanges result. While the acts themselves may be unlawful, the intent driving the act may not be similar to antisocial attitudes commonly found in offender populations. The goal of this project is to design training and a manual including best practices for individuals with autism who have interaction with the legal system. The training is intended to target all members of the justice system to include attorneys, magistrates, judges, probation officers, etc.Please share! We are excited to host our first ever JUSTICE Project Facebook Live event. We want to hear from you! Give our Justice Consultants some questions you’d like to hear about in the comments below.
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Pennsylvania Sheriffs Association

Thank you Security Officer Roy Kofroth and Deputy Sheriff Christian Medina of Chester County Sheriff's Office of PA for helping to keep our courtrooms safe! ... See MoreSee Less

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