07/14/2014

Top 5 moments when cops played 'doctor'

By PoliceOne Staff

Who would have thought that being a cop also means being a therapist, a firefighter, and often a parent figure? Duty calls in all kinds of ways – often police are tasked with mending wounds and delivering babies! So if you’re not up on your tactical EMS skills, here are five reasons you should be: 

Md. cop revives 9-day-old baby on side of road

Officer Ben Crumlin was flagged down by a couple whose newborn baby stopped breathing; he used CPR to revive him. 

   

Ind. state trooper revives diabetic driver of doughnut truck

Trooper Korey Mauck noticed the delivery truck partially parked on the median and administered a tube of glucose to the unresponsive driver.

   

Conn. officers honored for saving strangled baby

Sgt. David Parratt and Officer James Duda were honored with Lifesaving medals for their actions in saving a baby boy.

Mass. cop saves man with cruiser's defibrillator

Police responded to reports of a man not breathing in a store and went to work administering CPR.

Calif. officer delivers baby at gas station

A Simi Valley officer and his student ride-along aided a woman when they were the first on the scene and she went into labor.

   

 

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