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Search and Rescue

Hurricane Response: Developing Plan in Advance is Crucial

“After every major storm of the past, I guess going back to Hurricane Andrew, we have made it a point sometime in the six to eight months after the storm to pay a visit to the impacted area, talk to law enforcement, talk to the emergency management directors, and get their honest lessons learned,” says Col. Neil Baxley.

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Drone Maker AEE Partners with Swiss Software Company for Search and Rescue Tools

Drone Harmony will now support the full complement of AEE’s commercial aircraft. Drone Harmony software enables automated flight planning capabilities and now supports search and rescue missions.

Body-Worn Video Shows FL Deputy Rescue Missing Man in Pond

“Come on buddy, come on. Come on,” the deputy tells the man as he drags him from the water onto the bank. “You’re going to be fine buddy.”

Training to Take Flight in Law Enforcement UAV/UAS Operations

Police operation of an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) or Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) requires the blessing of the Federal Aviation Administration.

Kentucky State Police Aviation Unit Makes First Hoist Rescue

The rescue of two people from Red River Gorge marked the first hoist rescue in the history of the Kentucky State Police aviation program.

Autism Awareness Month: Training Police for Contact with ASD Subjects

Police contact with a person on the Autism spectrum can stem from a missing persons report, a medical emergency, a criminal complaint, or just about anything else. Training and education can help keep officers and individuals with an autism spectrum disorder safe.

Louisiana Officers Find Missing Baby in a Field

A spokesperson for the Baton Rouge Fire Department said the child’s mother went to a fire station on Tuesday, March 15, and had to be taken to the hospital.

MI Police Dog Finds Man Lost in Freezing Woods

A northern Michigan police dog rescued a Pennsylvania man who got lost Sunday in a densely wooded area during frigid temperatures.

New York Officers and Firefighters Head to Louisiana for Hurricane Response

Task Force One, the NYPD and FDNY’s Urban Search and Rescue team geared up and headed down south on Sunday as Ida was making landfall as a category four hurricane.

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How to Select and Use Portable Area Lighting

Law enforcement agencies now have a variety of choices for generator- and battery-powered illumination tools for night operations.

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