Steve Rabinovich has been a Police Officer since 1999, and has worked as an EMT/Rescue Diver and firefighter. Current and former assignments include Emergency Response Team, bike, Crisis Intervention, ERU, Mounted and dignitary details. Formerly USCG tactical unit, force protection and counter terrorism, and U.S Army 68W Medic. Steve teaches for his state’s technical college system for police and emergency medical responders, and is a TEMS representative/Board member with the Midwest Tactical Officers Association. He is a member of the Spirit of Blue Foundation Advisory Council.
FULL LIST OF Steve Rabinovich RESULTS
Your agency got a 1033 MRAP! How will you train to use it?–
These trucks feel, drive, and act unlike anything most drivers and teams are used to — to simply put them to use without proper training is asking for people to get hurt or killed
Saving lives in the tactical space: Using the 'Casualty Collection Point'–
Part two of a two-part series
Saving lives in the tactical space: Training to use tourniquets–
Part one of a two-part series
Importance of self-care and buddy-care for patrol officers–
Cops are hurt, lose time from families and work, get serious disabilities, and die, from injuries which could have been addressed on scene through proper training and equipment
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