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S.C. SRO Saves Student After Asthma Attack

January 21, 2013
Richland County (S.C.) Sheriff Leon Lott recognized Dent Middle School Resource Officer (SRO) Donna Tucker on Wednesday for her quick actions that helped save a student's life.

New York's Mobile Trauma Unit

November 21, 2012

Since its inception, the New York-based Mobile Trauma Unit (MTU) has provided critical medical support to law enforcement officers during national security events, high-risk enforcement operations, and training exercises.

Video: Texas Shooting Scene Captured By Medic

August 14, 2012
A former Army medic recorded video of the chaotic scene following a fatal shooting Monday at a College Station home, and urging an officer who secured the perimeter to let him tend to the wounded.

Texas Shooting Scene Captured By Medic

August 14, 2012

Cellphone video shot by former Army medic Rigo Cisneros shows SWAT officers securing the house where his neighbor fatally shot Brazos County (Texas) Constable Brian Bachmann. Read the full story here.

Atlanta Cadet Fainted, May Have Been Denied Water

August 10, 2012
Officials are checking into an allegation that an Atlanta Police cadet who passed out during training was denied water. The recruit collapsed during a training session in 96 degree heat on a July afternoon.

NYPD Officer Suspended For Failing To Aid Girl In Asthma Attack

September 2, 2010
Officer Alfonso Mendez, 30, was flagged down in Brooklyn on Friday by Carmen Ojeda, who was trying to rush daughter Briana to a nearby hospital. After asking the officer to perform mouth-to-mouth on her daughter, Mendez reportedly said he didn't know CPR.
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