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FAQ—Best Practices: Coronavirus Concerns for Law Enforcement Leaders

This FAQ includes answers from the presenters given during the live POLICE webinar on coronavirus and law enforcement as well as answers from experts who were kind enough to respond to our requests for answers.

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LAPD Checking Officers' Temperatures Before Each Shift

Any LAPD officer with a temperature will be sent home immediately and directed to get medical treatment. “We are taking every step to ensure officers’ health,” Assistant Chief Horace Frank said.

Dave Smith: Who is That?

If you don't recognize the out-of-shape version of yourself in the mirror, it's time to make some changes to improve your health.

Coronavirus: What Police Need to Know About COVID-19

Hundreds of police officers have been exposed to the disease, with nearly 200 reported cases in Washington state alone. Here are some thoughts on how police officers can keep safe amid this current pandemic crisis.

Coronavirus/COVID-19 Resource Page for Law Enforcement

POLICE's coverage of the coronavirus and COVID-19 pandemic plus useful resources, all in one place.

South Carolina Department Announces Measures to Mitigate Officer Exposure to COVID-19

The Charleston (SC) Police Department announced on social media that it will change the way they interact with some members of the community to minimize officers' exposure to COVID-19 (also known as the coronavirus).

Sterifab

Since 1967, Sterifab has been used for both disinfection and insect control.

LAPD Receiving Guidelines and Gear to Protect Against Coronavirus

Asst. Chief Horace Frank said all patrol officers and officers likely to come into contact have been issued a kit consisting of multiple sets of gloves, a bacteria protection mask and goggles.

Washington Department Closes 2 Substations Amid Virus Scare

The Bellevue (WA) Police Department has closed two substations to limit contact with the public amid the outbreak of COVID-19—also known as the coronavirus—in the Seattle area.

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Coronavirus: Something Wicked This Way Comes

As coronavirus continues to spread, take every precaution you can as you take risks to protect and serve.