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ALEA E-Newsletter : 2016-November

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

ALEA Participates In IACP Conference , Excellence in Aviation Awards

Alabama Man to Serve 15 Years for Shooting at Police Helicopter

Police Helicopter, UAS Clash During Dakota Pipeline Protest

Become an ALEA Board Member!

Perp Pushes to Drop Charges in Helicopter Shooting

NTSB Report Cites Bad Weather in Two-Year-Old Crash

Texas Man Gets Six Months for Laser Incident

New York State Police Finishes Big Marijuana Eradication Season

ASU Awarded Patent for Compact Night Vision Video Camera

Little Rock Police Department Selling Helicopter

German Police Super Pumas Get Cockpit Upgrade

MSP Pilot Struck With Laser, Man Arrested

NY Finalizing Deal on Helicopter to Fly Governor, Other Missions

China's Armed Police to Purchase New Helicopters

Maine Law Enforcement Slow to Launch UAS Programs

Latitude Earns New Patents for EFBs, APPs to Control SATCOM

U.K. Laser Strikes Continue at Rapid Rate

Kenya Government Launches Inquiry Into Police Chopper Crashes

Texas Airborne Unit Helps Bust Street Gang

MSP Aviation Helps Bust Four for Marijuana Operation

PSAAC Working Group to Establish sUAS Standards for Public Safety

ALEA Welcomes New Members

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ALEA Participates In IACP Conference, Excellence in Aviation Awards

ALEA ParticipatesLaw enforcement professionals from federal, state, county, local and tribal agencies attended the 123rd IACP Annual Conference and Exposition last month in San Diego, CA. Representing ALEA was President Steve Roussell, Executive Director/CEO Dan Schwarzbach, Training Program Manager Don Roby, Treasurer Gregg Weitzman and UAS Fellow Al Frazier.

During the IACP 2016 Excellence in Police Aviation Awards Luncheon, sponsored by Bell Helicopter, ALEA Board Member David McVey of the Baltimore County Police Department Aviation Unit received the Individual Achievement Award. Members of the California Highway Patrol Air Operations Program received the Large Aviation Unit Award, and the Baltimore County Police Department Aviation Unit earned the Small Unit Award. A new Unmanned Aircraft Unit Award was presented to the Northeast Region Unmanned Aircraft Systems Unit.

IACP 2017 will be held in Philadelphia, PA on October 21-24.

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Alabama Man to Serve 15 Years for Shooting at Police Helicopter

Alabama Man

A Blount County (AL) man who fired on a law enforcement helicopter last year has been sentenced to 15 years in prison. The 41-year-old pleaded guilty to attempted murder, two counts of kidnapping, one count of shooting into an occupied aircraft and one count of shooting into an occupied dwelling.

In Sept. 2015, Blount County Sheriff's Office deputies were called to the scene when a man began discharging a firearm. The shooter was still active when they arrived, and the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency's tactical and aviation teams were called to assist. The man, at that point, fired rounds at the aviation team. The standoff was ended with the use of tear gas, and no one was injured in the incident.

Last month, the 41-year-old was sentenced to 15 years each on the attempted murder and kidnapping convictions and 10 years each on the shooting convictions. The sentences will be served concurrently.

SOURCE: www.al.com

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Police Helicopter, UAS Clash During Dakota Pipeline Protest

Police Helicopter, UAS

A Stutsman County (ND) Sheriff’s Office deputy and civilian pilot were flying over the Dakota Access Pipeline protest when they say they were buzzed by an unmanned aircraft system and shot at with arrows. The men said they feared for their lives during the incident. “[The UAS] was very close to the helicopter, like 50 feet, in that area,” Stutsman County Sheriff Chad Kaiser said. “It is scary. You don’t know what’s going to happen. It just shows that some of the protesters are not very peaceful and they are endangering lives.”

According to the Morton County Sheriff’s Department, officers then fired on the UAS with non-lethal ammunition, and its operator landed the aircraft. The department said the UAS was in violation of FAA rules, which bar drone activity near manned aircraft.

In a Facebook post, activists called the aircraft a “native media drone” and criticized law enforcement. “I don’t know, man, it’s crazy,” said a male activist. “They’re shooting at cameras. Why do they not want these cameras here is my question?”

SOURCE: www.kfgo.com and www.washingtontimes.com

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Become an ALEA Board Member!Become an 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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Perp Pushes to Drop Charges in Helicopter Shooting

Perp PushesA Minnesota man with three potential felony charges stemming from firing on a law enforcement helicopter is motioning to have all charges dropped. The 71-year-old filed the motion on Oct. 4, challenging jurisdiction and cause. The man has been charged with attempted murder, first-degree assault, use of deadly force against a peace officer and reckless use of a dangerous weapon.

The complainant reported he fired his .30-30 caliber rifle twice at a U.S. Customs & Border Patrol helicopter looking for marijuana growth in a rural Clearwater County area. The shots broke the glass and injured a local deputy observing for the Pine to Prairie Drug Task Force. If the charges stand, the perpetrator will face a jury trial on Dec. 12.

SOURCE: www.lptv.org

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NTSB Report Cites Bad Weather in Two-Year-Old Crash

NTSB ReportFederal investigators reported in late October a fatal crash of a Cochise County (AZ) Sheriff's Office helicopter probably was caused by the pilot's failure to account for bad weather that hampered visibility. The 2014 New Year's Eve crash killed the pilot and mechanic, both employees of the contracting company that supplied the aircraft.

The National Transportation Safety Board report, which said the probable cause was inadvertent flight into instrument meteorological conditions, also said the pilot's preflight planning was inadequate and contributed to the accident because he failed to note deteriorating weather conditions along the route. The Cochise County helicopter, provided by Airwest Helicopters LLC, crashed as it returned from routine maintenance.

SOURCE: www.azfamily.com 

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Texas Man Gets Six Months for Laser Incident

ATexas Man Gets Johnson County (TX) man who admitted to pointing a green laser at a Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) helicopter in 2015 was sentenced to six months in federal prison in mid-October. The 25-year-old pleaded guilty to a felony indictment in the case in March.

The man was arrested after numerous aircraft, including commercial and FedEx flights, reported laser strikes on July 22, 2015. The DPS helicopter was sent to investigate and was also struck. The aircrew determined the origin of the laser and directed ground troops to make the arrest. The man and two other people told sheriff’s deputies they had been asleep and were not aware of any incident involving a laser. After being told the DPS helicopter filmed the incident and pinpointed the laser’s origin, the 25-year-old admitted to the offense.

SOURCE: www.star-telegram.com

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New York Police Finishes Big Marijuana Eradication Season

New York State

New York State Police investigators removed marijuana plants spotted by helicopter on Oct. 3 in Washington County. A state police sergeant serving as TFO in the Bell 407 single-engine helicopter directed ground troops to the grow site from about 500 feet overhead.

The Fulton County Sheriff's Office, also assisted by New York State Police and National Guard aviation units, state forest rangers and environmental conservation officers, found and confiscated 291 marijuana plants during two missions on Sept. 21 and 23. The plants weighed a total of 420 pounds, and an additional 30 pot plants were seized in Montgomery County. Nine people were arrested during the two-day eradication effort.

The Oct. 3 haul, one of the season’s last, was growing in four plots hidden within two adjacent cornfields in Washington County. Marijuana grows from July to late September, and state police officers are wrapping up their airborne eradication efforts for the year. Police said the troop that patrols the Capital Region seized more than 10,000 plants in 2016.

State police said the Bell 407 is well suited to the eradication mission because of its light weight and fuel efficiency. The aircraft costs New York State Police  $1,075 per hour to operate, and the federal government reimburses the department based on the quantity of plants confiscated.

SOURCE: www.timesunion.com

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ASU Awarded Patent for Compact Night Vision Video Camera

ASU Awarded

Aviation Specialties Unlimited (ASU) was awarded a patent on the Ecliptus night vision camera system, which allows users to record full HD video at night, in late October. ASU said the Ecliptus offers the functionality of the GoPro Hero 4 camera with the benefit of military-tested night vision light intensification.

“The Ecliptus is already being used by the U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force for documentation, after-action reports and even professional-quality video production,” said ASU CEO Mike Atwood. “The portable size and convenience lends itself to applications in law enforcement, security and defense, as well research, recreation and media production.” The Ecliptus offers a 40-degree field of view, weighs less than one pound, is integrated with the GoPro Hero 4 and captures images at 12 megapixels with a burst mode at 30 frames per second. It captures night vision images utilizing a military grade AN/PVS-14 objective lens, records in ultra-high definition (4X HD) and stores images using a 16 GB SD card.

SOURCE: www.ecliptusnv.com

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Little Rock Police Department Selling Helicopter

Little Rock

A Little Rock Police Department helicopter, a 1972 Bell Jet Ranger, is up for auction at a minimum of $100,000. The helicopter is being offered on GovDeals.com, a website that allows government agencies to sell surplus or confiscated items online. The department said funds from the sale would be used for upkeep and maintenance on its two other helicopters. The city board of directors approved the sale of the helicopter in June.

The helicopter came to the department in 1997 through the federal surplus program. It was refurbished, placed into service and needed a transmission rebuild in September 2012. Funds from the sale are expected to pay for a paint job for 2001 Bell helicopter the department received in 2015, along with the cost of attaching a spotlight to the aircraft.

The Little Rock Police Department Aviation Unit often flies patrols during large events like University of Arkansas Razorback football games. The department typically employs civilian pilots.

SOURCE: www.arkansasonline.com

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German Police Super Pumas Get Cockpit Upgrade

German Police

The German police service, Bundespolizei, recently contracted to modernize the systems in its Airbus AS332L/L1 helicopters, following a similar program undertaken for Super Pumas registered in the U.S. As part of the program, Heli-One will install twin flight management systems and advanced displays from Universal Avionics. The upgrade has been granted a supplemental type certificate by both EASA and Transport Canada.

Universal Avionics’ flight management systems use satellite-based augmentation technology and localizer performance with vertical guidance. To support police surveillance activities, the systems allow up to six pre-defined search patterns to be programmed. The flight management systems are coupled to the autopilot and support all phases of flight.

SOURCE: www.ainonline.com

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MSP Pilot Struck With Laser, Man Arrested

MSP PilotA Michigan State Police Aviation Unit crew struck with a laser on Oct. 11 was able to locate the perpetrator and direct ground troops to him. He was arrested and is now facing federal charges that could mean up to five years in jail or fines up to $11,000.

MSP Sergeant Don Zinz said lasers have struck him about 10 times over the last three years. In some cases, MSP pilots have been taken to the hospital, he said. In this case, he and his TFO were wearing NVGs. “Maybe they don't like the police and that's why they're doing it, but the other thing is that it is going to affect people on the ground if we lose control and crash into the ground,” Zinz said.

SOURCE: www.abc12.com 

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NY Finalizing Deal on Helicopter to Fly Governor, Other Missions

NY Finalizing

The New York State Police is working on a contract to purchase a used Sikorsky S76-D for $12.5 million. The aircraft, which comes along with training for five agency pilots, will be used to transport officials like Governor Andrew Cuomo and others. The aircraft is faster, larger and quieter than Cuomo’s current NYPD-supplied helicopter.

“The Sikorsky will be part of the fleet and like our other aircraft, it will be available for missions as needed, including law enforcement support, search and rescue, medevac and executive transport,” said police spokesman Beau Duffy. Executive transport is currently conducted in a Bell 430 and a twin-engine airplane. The new, twin-engine Sikorsky has a longer range than the Bell by more than 100 nautical miles and a maximum cruising speed of 178 miles per hour, nearly 20 miles per hour faster than the previous transport.

SOURCE: www.buffalonews.com

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China's Armed Police to Purchase New Helicopters

China's Armed

The Chinese People’s Armed Police Force has contracted to acquire Z-11WB light attack helicopters developed by Aviation Industry Corporation of China. The helicopter is designed for ground support, attack, battlefield reconnaissance, command, counter-terrorism, counter-narcotics, counter-smuggling and other tasks.

The Z-11WB design is said to be based on Aviation Industry Corporation’s AC311 and has French Turbomeca Arriel 2B1A turboshaft engines. The Chinese People’s Armed Police Force is primarily responsible for civilian policing and fire rescue duties.

SOURCE: www.defence-blog.com

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Maine Law Enforcement Slow to Launch UAS Programs 

Maine LawMore than a year after the Maine Legislature passed a law regulating how law enforcement in the state can use unmanned aircraft systems, an informal survey has shown most departments still aren’t using the technology. Representatives for police and sheriff’s departments said they see the benefits of UAS but cited cost, regulations and a lack of manpower as reasons they are not using them.

“We constantly review new options for ways to do things more efficiently and safely,” said Major Christopher Grotton of the Maine State Police. “I think it’s really just a matter of time and resources.”

Citing concerns about surveillance technologies, Maine legislators passed the law last year requiring police to obtain a search warrant before using UAS in criminal investigations, solicit approval from local governments before purchasing an unmanned aircraft and develop policies that meet minimum standards. Rep. Stacey Guerin, R-Glenburn, who sits on the Judiciary Committee, said she pressed for the legislation after a UAS dropped in on a private event at her home.

SOURCE: www.pressherald.com 

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Latitude Earns New Patents for EFBs, Apps to Control SATCOM

Latitude EarnsThe U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has issued a patent for Latitude Technologies’ Wireless Software Dialer and Messaging Head invention. The patent covers systems and methods for an independent device to control an aircraft SATCOM to make phone calls or transfer data to and from the ground.

“This patent recognizes our team effort to advance connectivity between flight crews and ground-based dispatch and maintenance operations,” said Tim Curtis, Latitude’s vice president of information services. “And it will become a focal point for partnering on new airborne applications that improve flight safety and efficiency.”

Source: Latitude Technologies Corp.  

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U.K. Laser Strikes Continue at Rapid Rate

U.K. Laser

Two new laser strike perpetrators were arrested in October in the U.K. Another assailant, who shone a laser light pen into the cockpit of a police helicopter on Jan. 16, avoided jail in a recent sentencing. The judge in the case nevertheless told the man, who had several prior convictions, he “endangered the life of those in the helicopter and it could have crashed.” He was given a six-month drug rehabilitation requirement and must pay a small court surcharge in addition to time served.

On Oct. 17, two men were charged after a laser was shone at a police helicopter. Both were accused of directing or shining a light at an aircraft in flight so as to dazzle or distract the pilot. The helicopter was searching for a missing person at the time of the incident. The men are due to appear in court on Nov. 17.

Just a week later, a man was arrested after a series of laser strikes on a police helicopter in Merseyside. The helicopter was struck several times as it flew to support an ongoing police incident. The pilots were able to identify the laser’s origin and guide officers on the ground to the area, where they made an arrest. The investigation is ongoing.

SOURCE: www.kentonline.co.uk, www.stokesentinel.co.uk and www.liverpoolecho.co.uk

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Kenya Government Launches Inquiry Into Police Chopper Crashes

Kenya Government

The government of Kenya has launched an inquiry into the circumstances that led to two National Police Service helicopter accidents in August and September. Transport Cabinet Secretary James Macharia appointed Director and Chief Investigator of Aircraft Accidents Kenya Martyn Lunani to spearhead the probe into incidents that left six police officers injured.

Macharia says the team is required to establish the circumstances surrounding the accidents and the factors that led to both. Other terms include establishing the extent of damage and the extent of compliance with technical and operational standards and procedures. The team has three months to report on any factors deemed relevant.

On Aug. 23, two police officers were injured after a Kenya Police Bell LongRanger crashed shortly after take off. Meanwhile, four police officers on routine patrol were seriously injured after their five-month old Agusta AW 139 dramatically dropped from the sky after developing a technical problem. The National Police Service operates 14 aircraft, which are at the disposal of both Administration Police and Kenya Police Services.

SOURCE: www.allafrica.com

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Texas Airborne Unit helps Bust Street Gang

Texas Airborne

The Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft Section assisted on the bust of four people following an investigation into the Crips Street Gang in Lubbock County, TX. The men, aged 21 to 28, were arrested and are on a federal hold at the county’s detention center, according to a statement from the Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office.

Also involved with the bust were officials with the sheriff’s office Narcotics Division and SWAT Team, Homeland Security Investigations, Drug Enforcement Administration and the Lubbock Police Department SWAT Team. The team seized 2 kilograms of cocaine, three firearms, six vehicles and $37,799 in cash. One of the firearms was reportedly stolen.

SOURCE: www.lubbockonline.com

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MSP Aviation Helps Busts Four for Marijuana Operation

MSP Aviation

A tip led to the Bay Area Narcotics Enforcement Team and the Michigan State Police Aviation Unit seizing 47 large marijuana plants, marijuana oils and marijuana butter from a home just outside Saginaw in early October. Four people are facing a felony charge of delivery or manufacture of marijuana as a result of the bust.

The investigation began when officials acted on an Oct. 2, 2015, tip leading them to a rural home. A Michigan State Police helicopter found numerous marijuana plants on the property during a flyover. Detectives then followed up at the home and logged multiple violations. The residents consented to a search, and detectives seized marijuana and marijuana products, scales, two firearms and cash.

SOURCE: www.ourmidland.com

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PSAAC Working Group to Establish sUAS Standards for Public Safety

PSAAC

Last month, the Public Safety Aviation Accreditation Commission (PSAAC) announced the formation of a working group to establish standards for the use of small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) by public safety agencies. As the integration of sUAS technology into public safety operations has increased, PSAAC has collaborated with the Airborne Law Enforcement Association (ALEA), who is sponsoring this effort, to develop standards that address the safe, efficient and ethical use of small unmanned aircraft for all public safety missions.

The new standards will provide a set of best practices for agencies already using, or considering the use of small unmanned aircraft. Adherence to these standards will provide assurance to the civilian community that its public safety agency is operating in accordance with well-established, safe, efficient and ethical practices. The standards will address such topics as program administration, flight operations and tactics, operator certification, training, safety, maintenance and the legal and ethical use of sUAS.

PSAAC has previously developed aviation standards for law enforcement, fire, and search and rescue. The Standards for Law Enforcement Aviation Units developed by PSAAC have been formally recognized by the Airborne Law Enforcement Association and National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) as best practice standards for law enforcement aviation units.

For more information, contact PSAAC Executive Director/CEO Jim Di Giovanna at jdigiovanna@psaac.com.

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ALEA Welcomes New Members

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

  

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Daniel Arce, US Dept. of Health Human Services (FL)
Miguel Avila, Texas Department of Public Safety
Richard Buckley, Stockton (CA) Police Department Metro Air Support
Thomas Buker, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Aviation
Michael Burke, ILW
Dario Calabrese, US Customs & Border Protection (CA)
Adam Carroll, Tampa (FL) Police Department Aviation Unit
Douglas Cornejo, DynCorp Intl LLC
Jason Day, TX Department of Public Safety Aircraft Operations Headquarters
Thomas DeJan, Fixed Wings Aero Service, Inc.
Rudy Escobar, TX Department of Public Safety Aircraft Operations Headquarters
Brian Gahagan, Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft Section Region 4
Pete Garcia, San Antonio (TX) Police Department Helicopter Detail
Jeryl Golden, Denton (TX) Police Department
Michael Hamilton, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry
Freddie Hatch, Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft Section Region 2
William Herrin, Independent Member
Jason Horger, Texas Department of Public Safety AOD
Eric Hurley, Connecticut State Police
Jason Jarisch, TX Department of Public Safety Aircraft Operations Headquarters
Nathaniel Keener, San Diego County (CA) Sheriff's Department Aerial Support
Shane Kisling, Saint Lucie County (FL) Sheriff's Office
Patrick Lopatosky, San Diego County (CA) Sheriff's Department Aerial Support
Mike May, TrustComm
Jessie Mendoza, San Antonio (TX) Police Department Helicopter Detail
JC Navarro, Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft Section Region 2
William Payne, Airpayne
John Reid, US Coast Guard (MI)
Valente Rosas, TX Dept of Public Safety Aircraft Operations Headquarters
Christopher Salazar, San Antonio (TX) Police Department Helicopter Detail
Doug Snedden, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry
Shawn Stephenson, Texas Department of Public Safety
Kent Vander Kamp, Deschutes County (OR) Sheriff's Office
Kris Verlaenen, Belgium Federal Police - Air Support Unit (VBR)
Kyle Wood, Ontario Provincial Police

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