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Treatment & Healthcare

Treatment & Healthcare

Treatment & Healthcare are complex issues for cops as well as criminals. After an officer-involved shooting, a cop must be treated for mental, emotional, and physical injuries. The same goes for criminals who have been injured, although the approach is considerably different.
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Video: Chief defends medical treatment of prostitute

As emergency crews responded to an Okla. woman, a police officer and a firefighter are seen taking photos of her - Full Story


Cop saves woman dumped on street after heroin overdose

Cop saves woman dumped on street after heroin overdose

Officer Manny Espinoza utilized his department's recent CPR training to save an unconscious woman who was left crumpled on the side of the road by fellow drug users. (Telegraph Image) Just part of the job


SC cops honored for saving man's life

The officers administered CPR and were able to revive the man and keep him breathing until emergency medical workers arrived and took him to a local hospital - Full Story


NJ cop delivers baby inside McDonald's

NJ cop delivers baby inside McDonald's

Officer James Kniepp was flagged down as he drove past the fast food restaurant - Full Story


SF cops save lost toddler in hotel fountain

The child was not breathing when the responding officers found him in the water, but they revived him with CPR - Full Story


Police dummy keeps Calif. drivers honest

Officer Bob, the mannequin, improves safety because it causes drivers to pause or at least slow down at stop signs - Full Story


Product Review: Philips HeartStart FRX Lindsey J. Bertomen - Police Products

Product Review: Philips HeartStart FRX

AED offers rugged, easily accessible solution for CPR - Full Story


Fla. cop injured in hit-and-run memorized tag; suspect arrested quickly

By Joel Marino Sun SentinelLAUDERHILL, Fla. — Lying on the ground injured after a fleeing suspect... - Full Story


Joel Lashley: Hospital/Law Enforcement Interface

Senior Officer Joel Lashley discussed one of the critical high risk points in the custodial process of any suspect and that is when they are at a health care facility. He discusses the issues of protecting yourself, the medical personnel and other people who will be at increased risk due to the vulnerability of non-institutional health care providers. This is a subject we rarely think about but can be a matter of life and death if fail to follow some important basics


Ariz. ends outdoor prison cells after inmate death

By Jonathan J. Cooper Associated PressPHOENIX — Arizona is ending its use of outdoor prison cells... - Full Story

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