Injury - page 2
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Cuomo joins NYC police, fire push for better disability benefits–
Unions want police officers and firefighters injured on the job to receive a benefit equal to 75 percent of their salaries
Why joint, back and shoulder pain are common in cops (and how to fix it)–
There will never be a day when officers leave their duty belts and ballistic vests in the squad, so start taking preventative measures now — and take them often.
Inside law enforcement medic training–
Police receive "combat medic care" training, enabling them to administer treatment to a fallen officer when medical crews are unable to access a scene.
Ohio cop struck by car at traffic stop–
Police are looking for the driver of a dark blue sedan that swiped an officer who had stopped another motorist.
Wis. police officer involved in crash–
A Green Bay police officer was injured and hospitalized in what the department calls an OWI related crash.
Okla. trooper hurt in plane crash–
Trooper and pilot Dennis Dickens was helping search for a man who had fled a vehicle wreck on foot.
Chief's message on officer injuries–
After a spur of officer-involved violent incidents, the Portland police chief released a video to his officers to rally department members and show his support.
Steve Rabinovich: Tactical Medicine–
Dave Smith sits down with Steve Rabinovich, instructor at ECHO, to discuss the meaning of tactical medicine and how to become trained in it. There are important concepts to understand when it comes to tactical medicine. Cops get hurt more doing their daily assignments than patrol officers. When officers go down, they must be able to address their injuries and prevent themselves from getting critically injured on the job.
Interview with Alan Davidson–
In this PoliceOneTV Original, Betsy Brantner-Smith sits down with Alan Davidson, the President of the Injured Police Officers Fund.
Steve Ashley: Risk Reduction Expert–
Prolific law enforcement author and Risk Analyst, Steve Ashley explains the best ways to control liability and risk for an agency and each officer. Focusing on the reasons we get hurt or sued, Steve explains the steps in mitigating those risks and not only reducing the agency’s liability but the chances of officers getting injured. Learn more about Steve Ashley:
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