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ALEA E-Newsletter : 2016-December

December 2016 Airborne Law Enforcement Association, Inc.
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In This Issue:

Brazilian Police Helicopter Crash; Officers Killed

RAVEN Accepts Helicopter; Needed Addition for Winter Months

Israeli Police Receiving New Helicopters

Helinet Partners with ALEA to Establish the Alan Purwin Memorial Scholarship

Man Charged With Flying UAS Near Police Helicopter

Luxembourg Police Pilot Targeted by Laser

Man Flashes Laser at King County Guardian One Helicopter

Venomous Snakes Stow Away on Australian Police Helicopter

Become Part of ALEA Leadership; Nomination Period Closes Soon

Queensland Police Examines Unmanned Aircraft

Canadian Boy Charged for Shining Laser at Aircraft

California Agency's Hard Landing Caused by Low Fuel

MCSO Aviation Assists on Three Big Cases in One Month

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California Court Reduces Sentance for Man Who Lased Aircraft

New Jeresy Police Shows Off Helicopters for Students

UAS Use Delayed for Jamaican Police

Maryland Natural Resources Police Regain Helicopter

Kentucky Law Enforcement Ramping Up UAS Programs

U.K. Police Use UAS to Patrol Soccer Game

NY Man Arrested for Pointing Laser at Police Helicopter

Nashville Police Use Helicopters for Black Friday Surveillance

ALEA Welcomes New Members

St. Augustine, FL: Southeast Region Safety Seminar

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Brazilian Police Helicopter Crash; Officers Killed

Brazilian Police

A police helicopter crashed last month, killing four officers, amid intense fighting between gangs and law enforcement in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The helicopter was involved in an operation against gangs over the notorious City of God favela. Crime and violence have rebounded in Rio and elsewhere in Brazil. An economic recession, rising unemployment and overstretched public finances have contributed to increased gang activity. Making matters worse, security forces are being hindered in their ability to respond due to a lack of funding.

Aviation authorities have been investigating the site of the helicopter crash and the wreckage to determine whether it was downed by gunfire or failed due to some other cause. Roberto Sa, Rio’s state security secretary, said that none of the police who died in the crash had bullet wounds and that no evidence exists so far to prove that gunfire caused the helicopter to crash. He warned, however, that investigators need more time to determine any cause for sure. “It’s too early for any conclusion,” he said.

Source: www.telegraph.co.uk

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RAVEN Accepts Helicopter; Needed Addition for Winter Months

RAVEN Accepts

Washoe County commissioners accepted a surplus Huey helicopter last month to add to the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office’s Regional Aviation Enforcement Unit (RAVEN). The UH-1H Huey helicopter, valued at $922,000 according to county records, will take part in SWAT operations, search and rescue, wildland fire suppression and more.

"It was built in 1973, but it is in fantastic condition so it is really going to be a help for us," said Deputy/Chief Pilot Doug Russell. RAVEN already has another Huey, but because it is equipped for firefighting, it has to go through an intensive inspection process every winter. That means the helicopter is out of service for four months a year. "From November to March, we don't have the ability to pull people off the side of mountains or find lost cross-country skiers who have gone out of bounds, things like that," said Russell.

The newest addition to the RAVEN fleet is already flight-ready. The aircraft will be outfitted with some new communications equipment and new exterior logos on the side.

Source: www.kolotv.com

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Israeli Police Begins Receiving New Helicopters

Israeli Police

The Israeli Police has begun taking delivery of six new helicopters meant to replace the department’s aging fleet of Bell 206s. Four of the helicopters on order are Airbus Helicopters H125s. Israel is set to receive the final two choppers in mid-2017. The twin-engine models will be completed and maintained by Israeli defense electronic company Elbit Systems Ltd. “This is a historic event that will be documented and shown to the Israeli public,” the national police said in a statement. The new helicopters will be used both for domestic crime fighting and anti-terrorism activities.

SOURCE: www.israelnationalnews.com

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Helinet Partners with ALEA to Establish the Alan Purwin Memorial ScholarshipHelinet Partners

Helinet, a diversified flight service company and leading provider of airborne surveillance solutions, announced last month that they have partnered with the Airborne Law Enforcement Association (ALEA) to launch the Alan Purwin Memorial Scholarship. One $2,500 scholarship will be awarded annually to a qualifying high school senior.

Currently, ALEA provides seventeen scholarships to recognize the academic excellence of ALEA members' children. ALEA funds twelve regional scholarships while the remaining five are funded through the generosity of corporate members.  The new Purwin scholarship will be an additional opportunity for students to be recognized and rewarded.

“Alan always had a heart for law enforcement, and for the well-being of others. We are grateful for the opportunity to honor Alan and keep his legacy alive in a community he was extraordinarily passionate about,” said Kathryn Purwin, CEO of Helinet.

Since Helinet Technologies was established by Alan, the team has been providing solutions for a wide range of clients including the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, the New York Police Department, the Texas Department of Public Safety and many others.

SOURCE: Helinet

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Man Charged With Fying UAS Near Police Helicopter

Man Charged With Flying

The Philadelphia Police Department arrested a 20-year-old man after he reportedly flew an unmanned aircraft system within feet of one of its helicopters flying around downtown. Chief Inspector Scott Small says the DJI Phantom 4 UAS was spotted in an area where roughly 300 demonstrators were engaging in an anti-Donald Trump protest. The police helicopter was monitoring the protest when the unmanned aircraft approached it. Police tracked the drone to a nearby building that houses students from local colleges and arrested its operator. He was charged with reckless endangerment. The case has been passed to the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office. Additional charges are possible.

SOURCE: www.wtop.com

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Luxembourg Police Pilot Targeted by Laser

Luxembourg Police

A Grand Ducal Police of Luxembourg helicopter was attacked with a laser in late November as the aircraft flew over the capital to search for a burglary suspect. The laser was believed to originate from a balcony and be intended to disrupt the search. The pilot reacted immediately to the laser and no one was injured in the incident, though the perpetrator was not apprehended. Under Luxembourg law, anyone caught pointing a laser at a helicopter or airplane may be sentenced to five to 10 years in prison for “endangering the safety of a private or state aircraft.”

SOURCE: www.wort.lu 

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Man Flashes Laser at King County Guardian One Helicopter

Man Flashes Laser

A man in his 20s reportedly shined a laser at a King County (WA) Sheriff's Office helicopter in late November. None of the crew aboard the department’s Guardian One aircraft was hurt, and the pilot was able to notify deputies on the ground. Officers located the man they believed was responsible for the strike and confiscated a laser. Charges are pending. According to a Federal Aviation Administration official, the agency jointly investigates all laser incidents and, “when apprehended, perpetrators can face civil penalties.” The Guardian One pilot returned to the hangar safely following the incident.

SOURCE: www.komonews.com

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A pair of venomous snakes invaded a Queensland Police Service helicopter in Australia in late November. The snakes stowed away inside a computer terminal that was being transported by the aircraft. Officers at a police station in Mackay, Queensland, found the snakes. Believed to be venomous red-bellied black snakes, the reptiles were immediately released into the wilderness.

SOURCE: www.upi.com

 

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Become Part of ALEA Leadership; Nomination Period Closes Soon

Become Part of ALEA

The nomination period for ALEA elected offices for the term of July 2017 through July 2019 is open now until Dec. 15. The following offices will be open for nomination: President, Treasurer, Canadian Region Director, Central Region Director and Southeast Region Director.

ALEA Individual Members who are employed or appointed by a governmental agency under the laws of any state or nation, whose duties and responsibilities include the assignment as aircrew in or supervision and management of the agency's aviation and/or alternative aircraft operations unit, section, division or department may hold office. Members residing in that region shall elect region Directors, and the Director must reside in the region he is elected to represent. Nominations must be submitted by regular mail, facsimile or email and addressed to ALEA Secretary Dan Cunningham, 50 Carroll Creek Way, Suite 260, Frederick, MD 21701; email to dcunningham@alea.org and dschwarzbach@alea.org; or fax to 301-631-2466.

For further nomination information, click here http://alea.org/images/Elections/ALEA_Election17_REV.pdf.

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Queensland Police Examines Unmanned Aircraft

Queensland Police

Australia’s Queensland Police Service has begun looking into the use of unmanned aircraft systems in response to what a local official has called a crime crisis in the northern part of the state. “What I've been trying to do is look at as many different solutions as possible, and cutting-edge drone technology is so much cheaper than a police helicopter,” Townsville MP Scott Stewart said. "We need to use the technology now and in the future to fight crime, not costly and old technology like helicopters.”

Stewart has reportedly put forward his proposal to the police minister. The idea is still in its early stages, but earlier this month, the state government amended legislation that now allows farmers to use unmanned aircraft to spray their crops.

SOURCE: www.zdnet.com

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Canadian Boy Charged for Shining Laser at Aircraft

Canadian Boy

A 16-year-old boy is facing mischief charges after he directed a laser at a York (Ontario) Regional Police helicopter and two large passenger jets in mid-November. Investigators say police helicopter Air2 was on a routine patrol when both the pilot and TFO reported a laser beam pointed directly at them. The crew diverted the chopper away from the laser and located the suspect on the ground. The youth was arrested and charged shortly thereafter. Further investigation led police to charge the youth with two similar incidents involving the passenger jets.

The suspect faces three counts of mischief endangering life and three counts of common nuisance. He is scheduled to appear in court on Dec. 15.

SOURCE: www.cp24.com

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California Agency's Hard Landing Caused by Low Fuel

California Agency's

An investigation completed in late November concluded the Stanislaus County (CA) Sheriff’s Department helicopter that made a hard landing in July did so because it ran out of fuel. The landing at Modesto Airport caused substantial damage to the air support unit’s Bell 206.

The National Transportation Safety Board made the determination, adding that pilot error played a part in the incident. The sheriff’s helicopter sustained $400,000 in damage to its tail boom, skids, main rotor and tail rotor system. It has been out of service for the past four months. The aircraft is being repaired. The two crewmembers in the helicopter were not injured.

SOURCE: www.modbee.com

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MCSO Aviation Assists on Three Big Cases in One Month

MCSO Aviation

The Marion County (FL) Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) Aviation Unit was invaluable in three high profile incidents since late October, according to local reports. On Nov. 16, the unit provided an aerial view of a two-train crash and derailment in a rural area and helped assess plans for cleaning up the wreckage, including a 7,500-gallon diesel fuel spill. Ten days earlier, an aircrew in one of the unit's three helicopters directed deputies on the ground to a stolen vehicle driven recklessly by a suspect on a busy road. A deputy ended the pursuit when he performed a precision immobilization technique on the car. The driver jumped out and ran, but with the helicopter following him, he was soon arrested.

Late last month, the MCSO Aviation Unit helped locate an 18-year-old man with autism who had left his residence on a four-wheeler and did not return. The helicopter pilot spotted the man and alerted deputies on the ground, and he was safely returned home.

MCSO operates two OH-58 helicopters and a TH-67. The OH-58s are equipped with FLIR 8500 infrared cameras, an AeroComputers mapping system and a TrakkaBeam searchlight.

SOURCE: www.ocala.com

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California Court Reduces Sentance for Man Who California CourtLased Aircraft

A California man will spend five years in federal prison for pointing a laser at multiple helicopters, including Fresno Police Department’s Air 1. The Ninth Circuit in Pasadena affirmed a portion of his sentence in late October.

On Aug. 25, 2012, the man illuminated a helicopter from the Children’s Hospital of Central California, and Fresno’s Air 1 was sent to investigate. The police helicopter was repeatedly and deliberately struck by the light, which was traced back to the man and his girlfriend. The now 28-year-old man was originally sentenced to 14 years in prison, but the Pasadena court in June 2015 reduced the sentence to five years. The October decision was to uphold the five-year sentence.

SOURCE: www.pasadenanow.com

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New Jersey Police Shows Off Helicopter for Students

New Jersey Police

Students in Holland Brook, NJ from Readington Middle Schools received a visit from members of the New Jersey State Police Aviation Bureau in late October. Lieutenant Toby Hill and State Trooper Pilot Andrew Stephanic landed a police helicopter in the field behind the schools. The officers talked with the students about how the bureau serves the people of New Jersey, including how helicopters are used for search and rescue missions. The students had a chance to look inside the cockpit as well.

SOURCE: www.nj.com

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UAS Use Delayed for Jamaican Police

UAS Use Delayed

While law enforcement units in Jamaica have received an allocation of $55 million to acquire unmanned aircraft system technology to aid in the fight against escalating crime and violence, progress on using the devices has slowed. Diane McIntosh, permanent secretary in Jamaica’s Ministry of National Security, said the ministry would not spend the $55 million before the end of the calendar year.

L. Garth Soares, project manager at the ministry, said the framework needed to facilitate UAS use was just now emerging in Jamaica. “In discussion with the Civil Aviation Authority, they are still trying to develop policy and regulation that govern these unmanned aerial vehicles,” he said. “They are still trying to develop the regulations to govern how these aircraft are used.”

SOURCE: www.jamaica-gleaner.com

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Maryland Natural Resources Police Regain Helicopter

Maryland Natural

Maryland's Department of Natural Resources has reinstated the helicopter it had used years ago for aerial surveillance. The agency said it would launch the aircraft soon to help enforce deer hunting and oyster-harvesting regulations.

The administration of former Governor Martin O'Malley eliminated the aviation unit in 2009 to save money, and the helicopter was transferred to the Harford County Sheriff's Office. Department Secretary Mark Belton said when the same helicopter became available last year, he was determined to acquire it, and Governor Larry Hogan agreed.

SOURCE: www.baltimoresun.com

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Kentucky Law Enforcement Ramping Up UAS Programs

Kentucky Law Enforcement

The Edmonson County (KY) Sheriff’s Office used its recently acquired unmanned aircraft system in late October to search for an escaped jail inmate, marking one of the department’s first UAS uses. The nearby Bowling Green Police Department said it is considering buying a drone during the fiscal year that begins July 1, and the Warren County Sheriff's Office has reportedly also looked into UAS but has no immediate plans to buy one.

While the Edmonson County Sheriff failed to find its escaped inmate using the UAS, the device helped eliminate the need for a foot search through wooded land. “Obviously, it takes the place of hundreds of people sometimes that we don't have,” a department spokesperson said. “We don't have a helicopter. We will never have a helicopter. We don't have a whole lot of resources at our disposal.” The small department used seized drug money to purchase the UAS.

SOURCE: www.bgdailynews.com

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U.K. Police Use UAS to Patrol Soccer Game

U.K. Police

West Midlands Police in the U.K. launched an unmanned aircraft system in late October during a match between rival soccer teams Birmingham City and Aston Villa. The UAS was equipped with a video camera so officers could see potential skirmishes and capture images of hooligans in the streets around the stadium.

“Although there are strict rules about how it is used, it will enable us to monitor crowds and any flashpoints,” Sergeant Keith Holliday said. The force described the measure as “eye in the sky” technology and said the action was taken to “maintain public safety.”

SOURCE: www.telegraph.co.uk

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NY Man Arrested for Pointing laser at Police Helicopter

NY Man Arrested

The New York Police Department arrested a man for pointing a laser at one of its helicopter in early November; it was six years after the man was apprehended for the same crime. The 52-year-old pointed the red laser as the chopper flew over the Bronx early in the morning, nearly blinding the crew. He was charged with assault on a police officer, menacing a police officer, reckless endangerment, obstructing governmental administration, criminal possession of a weapon, disorderly conduct and a violation of local law. According to a police report, the man said, “I knew you guys were going to come. I just got the light and was playing around with it.”

SOURCE: www.nypost.com

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Nashville Police Use Helicopters for Black Friday Surveillance

Nashville Police

The Metro Nashville Police Department conducted surveillance both from the ground and the sky during Black Friday this year, determined to keep shoplifters at bay. The helicopter and its crew of two pilots patrolled various malls and shopping centers on Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving, hovering at about 500 feet and keeping an eye on shoppers and parking lots.

“The helicopter moves a lot, so [our] binoculars stabilize so we can get a good look at people,” Sergeant Kurt Knapp said. “We can pretty much almost read a license plate with the binoculars.” The helicopter pilots communicated with officers on the ground, who were monitoring mall entrances, exits and parking lots looking for people breaking into cars and shoplifting.

SOURCE: www.wbrc.com

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ALEA Welcomes New Members

ALEA would like to welcome the following individual members who joined during November 2016:

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Tyler Arnold, Calcasieu Parish (LA) Sheriff's Office
Donovan Carter, Anne Arundel County (MD) Police Department Aviation Unit
Frederic Charles, FAA (VA)
German Chavez, Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft Operations  (Headquarters)
Stephen Combs, Metro Nashville (TN) Police Department Aviation Section
Michael Darrow, Michigan State Police Aviation Section
Jeffrey Evans, Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft Operations  (Headquarters)
Randy Falkner, DOJ / DEA (TX)
Jason Funk, Vancouver (BC) Police Department
Dustin Gardner, Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft Operations  (Headquarters)
Clint Gayler, Texas Parks & Wildlife Department
Zane Greenwood, Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft Operations  Division Midland
Vance Griffin, Texas Department of Public Safety
Robert Hansen, Westchester County (NY) Department of Public Safety
Benjamin Harris, Phoenix (AZ) Police Department
Jeff Hermansen, California Highway Patrol
Stacy Holland, Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft
James Horne, Anne Arundel County (MD) Police Department Aviation Unit
Anthony Hostetler, Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft Operations  (Headquarters)
Noah Johnson, Tempe (AZ) Police Department
Cody Klaehn, Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft Operations  (Headquarters)
Lawrence Koren, Bernalillo County (NM) Sheriff/ Koren Service
Jan Kubic, Multnomah County (OR) Sheriff's Office
Katie Lamm, Metro Nashville (TN) Police Department Aviation Unit
Curtis LaRue, Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft Operations  (Headquarters)
Robert Looney, Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft Operations  (Headquarters)
Terry McQuagge, Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft Operations  (Headquarters)
Robert Messenger, Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft Section Region 7
Jimmy Morris, Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft Section Region 4
Jason Moulton, Hawthorne (CA) Police Department
Michael Perez, Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft Operations  (Headquarters)
Jimmy Phoutthavong, Texas Department of Public Safety
Joshua Powell, TXTF1 - USHST
Luis Reta, Texas Department of Public Safety
Jorge Rodriguez, Texas Department of Public Safety
Matthew Rodriquez, Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft Operations  (Headquarters)
Jim Rohrman, Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft Operations  (Headquarters)
Matt Ruff, Texas Department of Public Safety
Jordan Teel, Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft Operations  (Headquarters)
Danny Vera, Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft Operations  (Headquarters)
Dane Wade, Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft Operations  (Headquarters)
Ryan Wadkins, Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft Operations  (Headquarters)
Derome West, Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft Section Region 7
Greg Wilson, Illinois State Police Air Operations
Antorrio Wright, Orange County (FL) Sheriff's Office Aviation Unit

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St. Augustine, FL: Southeast Region Safety Seminar

St. Augustine

Start the year’s public safety aviation education with ALEA in St. Augustine, FL. The 2017 Southeast Region Safety Seminar will be held Feb 7-9, 2017 at the World Golf Village Renaissance St. Augustine Resort and hosted by the St. John’s Sheriff’s Office Aviation Unit. Discounted hotel rates are available until January 20 by using code LEELEEA. Seminar registration is open and complimentary to all active members. Sign up at http://alea.org/2017-southeast-region-safety-seminar-st-augustine-fl.

ALEA’s primary mission is to provide training to the world’s airborne public safety professionals. Sessions in St. Augustine include surviving an IIMC incident, response to incidents involving UAS, liability considerations of airborne use of force, safety metrics, sleep deprivation and much more. For those desiring to attend Water Survival Training, please register through Survival Systems USA at 860-405-0002 ext. 25 before January 17.

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