Doug Oak, 35, was restrained while suffering an episode of acute behavioural disorder

The family of a company director who died after being restrained on a street by police while suffering acute behavioural disorder (ABD) have called for more training to be given on how to deal with people experiencing such a crisis.

Doug Oak, 35, was restrained by officers with handcuffs and leg straps after being spotted behaving erratically and appearing terrified outside his parents’ home in Poole, Dorset.

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