Chief Inspector Greininger

Start of training for the police In April of this year was an agreement for shelters for people with dementia in Spandau”between institutions of Psychoimmunology signed network Spandau (Spandau of GPV) and the District Councillor of Social Affairs and health, Jurgen Vogt (CDU). Demented sick people who are found disoriented on the road and initially no information can make to their identity or their place of residence, are taken by the police in the shelter facilities, where an adequate supervision is ensured. This completes the first step with the establishment of shelters and their conditions. Now begins the second important phase of the project. To get more knowledge and understanding for the situation of those affected, 21 and 23 of the Spandauer launched Police today in the two sections of the police a training series on the topic of dementia. At this opening event about 30 executives of section 21 followed the remarks by Mrs curious Hamann, residence Director of Pro seniors residence water town, one of the shelter facilities. The high attention of the participants and the lively discussion you could realize that the subject is important to the officials and the training is well received”, police Chief Inspector Greininger noted after the training. Also the section 23 in the enjoyment of such training will come in the next few weeks. This intensive collaboration of shelter facilities and Spandauer police we hope a supply improved in case of need for those concerned for the district and make an important contribution to a dementia-friendly town Spandau”, said Mrs Martina Busch of the Bezirksamt Spandau and co-initiator of the DemenzNetz Spandau. V.i.S.d.P.