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Mental Health and Policing Conference 2018

Mental Health & Policing conference 2018, Cardiff, 24-25 September 2018.  
Mental Health is top of the agenda for policing especially with the Mental Health Act 1983 under review. Chief inspectors, custody inspectors, custody sergeants and head of custody attendees from across the UK will share insight and learnings on how 21st-century policing need to adapt its models.

Oxehealth’s technology reduces the risks to detainees with a breakthrough in safer custody with non-contact monitoring creating alerts of no activity in an unoccupied cell. Speak with our policing specialists to find out how Oxehealth is working with leading police forces across the UK.

If you would like to find out more about attending this conference, please visit the 'Mental Health and Policing Conference' website.
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The activity detection, fall risk, activity tracker and sleep products are activity trackers and do not have a medical purpose or functionality. They are not patient monitors or vital signs monitors. They cannot be used to make a medical or clinical decision.  The Oxehealth Vital Signs medical device is intended for noninvasive spot measurement of pulse rate and breathing rate. It is a fixed-installation device for use within single occupancy rooms within hospitals, general care, domestic and secured environments where a framework exists which mandates periodic checks by a trained professional to ensure subject safety.  See Instructions for Use for intended use, contraindications, warnings, cautions, usage directions and maintenance.