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september 2015
Classroom Product Lab EMS News Events {issue 0915}
Monthly Focus
Mass Casualty Incident (MCI)
Law enforcement officers as medical first responders can save lives
By Shawna Whooley

Police only need minimal training and equipment to treat patients in cardiac arrest, opiate overdose or severe bleeding.

For many medical and trauma emergencies, law enforcement personnel are the true first responders, arriving on scene before EMS providers. Although the law enforcement skill set is highly specialized to safeguard lives and property, and protect individuals in the communities they serve, many cops have not received extensive training in emergency medical care.

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