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Aug
03
2010

Aerial Surveillance Solutions Guide: Improving Outcomes and Capabilities

Posted by jhadmin

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Jan
05
2010

Perils of Airborne Law Enforcement Winter Operations

Posted by jhadmin

For those law enforcement agencies that operate in cold weather environments, winter adds dangers we must consider before launching. Winter brings a combination of high moisture content and cold temperatures that pose a threat of engine, airframe, and blade icing. During day and night operations, snow and ice become significant threats in many ways. [Read More...]

Tags: cold weather icing Law Enforcement operations Winter
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Dec
02
2009

Life of a Law Enforcement Helicopter Pilot

Posted by jhadmin

By Sgt. Steve Lindley - Flying Law Enforcement helicopters can be a very rewarding and exciting career. It is, however, sometimes a tough field to get into. I speak from a standpoint of a pilot in a small/medium sized division with a few unique features and this does not represent the industry as a whole. There are many departments of many sizes and shapes and everyone does things just a little differently. That being said, my viewpoint does not represent every possible situation. [Read More...]

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