In an article published in Avvo Stories on April 20, David Moser discusses the impact for the autistic community of ID cards that alert law enforcement officers of their potential special needs.
Moser discusses the legislative changes in Ohio specifically, with House Bill 115. This bill allows those with communications disabilities to register themselves as having an impairment, and law enforcement officers are then made aware of this during traffic stops.
In terms of training officers to be well-equipped to communicate with these individuals, Moser explains that “training typically depends on availability and interest at the local level.”
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