Make your blood type available


July 15, 2005

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Tip: Make your blood type available

In his excellent book, “Blue Blood,” author Edward Conlon makes mention of the practice of writing your blood type on your vest so it’s immediately in plain view in an emergency. Not a bad idea…

 

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Charles Remsberg co-founded the original Street Survival Seminar and the Street Survival Newsline, authored three of the best-selling law enforcement training textbooks, and helped produce numerous award-winning training videos. His nearly three decades of work earned him the prestigious O.W. Wilson Award for outstanding contributions to law enforcement and the American Police Hall of Fame Honor Award for distinguished achievement in public service.

Buy Charles Remsberg's latest book, Blood Lessons, which takes you inside more than 20 unforgettable confrontations where officers' lives are on the line.



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