Are met by professionals, because due to their illness they are experiencing changes and therefore the relevant staff will be able to help with the specific care that they need for their specific needs. This will help professionals to be able to support the client in the best possible way that will benefit them overall when receiving their care
On 12/7/16, at 1008 hours, I, Officer Humphries #335, was met in the lobby of the Bladensburg Police Department by a citizen who wanted to file a stolen cellular telephone report.
Apparently, Paula was expected to go home to Connecticut for Thanksgiving, but she called her parents and told them that she would be staying in Bennington. Apparently, according to Johnson, her roommate, she and her father had had a falling-out not long before her disappearance.” It was unknown what the
Potter advised me that Westerdale wanted to talk to an Officer. I talk to Westerdale via phone (210-716-4955). Westerdale wanted to know what was happening. I advised him of the situation and that if he had any further questions that he can contact the Police Department any time at 361-825-4242. I had Brown lock up room D since the resident was out of town. I cleared and made my way to University Police Department (UPD).
Many people are supported in their homes by people who work along side the health and social care service such as social workers,nursers ,doctor and care givers or they may get support from their family members and friends. An elderly person may choose to stay in their own homes instead of a residential care home while seeking help and support from others,however this can lead to potential opportunities for abuse happening to the person who Is being looked after. When an individual is getting support at home by a carer, the individual being cared for is vulnerable and defenseless and therefor this makes them a target for abuse,another example is abuse by strangers,when an elderly person lives alone they are at risk of people calling at the door and then gaining access to their homes,they may steal items from them or mistreat them or cause intimidation.
In December, 2014, the actual day McClain left the University Hospital, the threatening / harassing phone calls began. She said the phone threats were accompanied by McClain physically following her. One evening while her daughter was cheerleading at Hickman High School McClain showed up and began staring at her daughter, then back at Brandy. She was so scared that she had to get an escort from the facility after the game because McClain was hanging around gymnasium.
If you suspect abuse you must record what has lead to this suspicion, find out any information you can in order to help determine if this is the truth, you must inform other carers, your manager, the individuals care manager and the relevant authorities to ensure that this suspicion to be investigated as soon as possible. For example, an individual I care for with learning disabilities and epilepsy made a phone call to the organisation I work in around 10pm and informed me that she was going out, as it is her right to chose when and where she goes I could not tell her she could not do so, instead I asked where she was going, she informed me she was going to a party at a friends house, I then tried to obtain information about where her friends
On September 8, 2015, at approximately 12:52 PM I, Deputy Ragsdale, was contacted by Captain Tucker to call Michael Holcombe in reference to a theft.
On Monday 06/27/16 at 2148 hours I was dispatched for an assault at Cedar Ridge
car keys and attempted to quickly run out of the apartment as she also noted
Roberta said that her adopted grandson Remington Barton had been at her home without permission. Roberta said she was in the process of filing a protective order against Remington. Roberta said on 06/20/2017 Remington called and said he was on his way to Roberta 's home. Roberta said Remington was going to her home because nobody to answer his calls. Roberta said Remington sent a picture of the back porch of her home. Roberta said Remington did not have permission to be at the home. Roberta said a family member went to her home and noticed the door to the kitchen
I received a phone message from Ms. Katrina Richman, she has a son Matheo who attends Sunrise Drive. Ms. Richman works at Manzanita Elementary. She has some concerns regarding security of the upper field at Sunrise Drive, according to her there are three openings that anyone from the desert could access the school. Ms. Richman has spoken to Ms. Davidson and doesn 't feel that her concerns have been taken seriously.
Last year, around 20 calls have come into the Shelburne Police Department from Bill and his wife Camille’s property. In January, four calls went in five days to the police station because the photographers had stopped outside one on his gates for pictures.
If he calls again, please let know and tell them I did not have the correct area code.
Watts appears to be ID and/or MI but denied every using the local Mental Health facility. However, her son uses the Mental Health facility because of his alcohol and anger issues. Apparently, on 8/4/15 Mr. Franklin became outraged because he thought Ms. Watts was going to throw out his beer. He grabbed a beer and threw it at Ms. Watts hitting her in the torso area. This frightened Ms. Watts and she called Mr. Franklin 's Mental Health Caseworker. The caseworker instructed her to call the Sumiton Police Department. When the police and caseworker arrived, they called EMS and Mr. Franklin was transported to BMU for an involuntary commitment. Ms. Watts is currently trying to find a ride to Jasper so she can fill out the commitment