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ALEA E-Newsletter : 2016-October

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

Four Officers Injured in latest Kenya Police Chopper Crash

New York Aviation Unit Helps Secure Presidential Debate

Four Police Helicopter Crewmembers Dead in Mexico Crash

New Jersey State Police Medical Helicopter Service May End

USHST Completes Fatal Accident Analysis

ALEA Host Online Group Meetings This Month

Washington Man Arrested for Shining Laser at Police

Simulator to Assist Western Australia's Rescue Training

Florida Sheriff Adds Surveillance System

BCSO Unveils New Rescue Team, Helicopter

U.K. Finds Laser Attacks Highest in Yorkshire

ALEA Wants Your Help With Maintenance Staffing Survey

Another North Dakota Unit Adds UAS Capability

Missouri Man Pleads Guilty to Lasing Police Helicopter

Redondo Beach Police Could Launch UAS Program

Minnesota DNR Saves Hunter Stuck in Swamp

NYPD Aviation Helps Rescue Boater

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New York City's Firefighters Will Soon Use UAS

Australia State Govenment Could Expand UAS Use

Minnesota State Helicopter Helps Catch Felon

NYPD Contracts for New Maintenance and Ops Tracking Software

South Texan Admits Shining Laser At Border Patrol Helicopter

USCG Helicopter Grounded Following Laser Incident

ALEA Welcomes New Members

Lone Star State to Host Central Region Safety Seminar

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Four Officers Injured in Latest Kenya Police Chopper Crash

Four Officers

A Kenya Police Service helicopter purchased just four months ago crashed in early September, leaving four police officers seriously injured. It was the National Police Airwing’s second helicopter crash in less than a month. The agency has had three fixed-wing incidents in the last two months. Investigations have shown the pilot of the latest downed helicopter was improperly licensed.

On August 22, a recently overhauled Bell 206 operated by the national police crashed during a training session. The instructor was immediately dismissed. On Sept. 8, the newly purchased aircraft was overflying a slum on routine patrols when it went down and was badly damaged. Reports indicate the pilot may have been trying to avert a bird strike when he lost control. Individuals at the scene described a hard landing on the helicopters nose, with the aircraft’s end then flipping forward.

The Kenya Civil Aviation Authority has issued a statement saying that all five of the incidents involving the Kenya Police Service will continue to be investigated carefully. Assistance has also been sought around the world—investigators with AgustaWestland have been consulted on the helicopter incidents, and flight data from the latest incident has been sent to the U.S. for independent analysis.

SOURCE: www.standardmedia.co.ke, www.nation.co.ke and www.the-star.co.ke 

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New York Aviation Unit Helps Secure Presidential Debate

New York Aviation

The Nassau County (NY) Police Department Aviation Bureau provided overhead support of the crowd control operation during 2016’s first presidential debate on Sept. 26 at Hofstra University in Hempstead, NY. The department’s Bell 429 helicopters are equipped with microwave downlink systems and provided real-time HD imagery and data to ground-based officers in the field during the debate. The aerial capabilities, in part provided by Helinet Technologies, were an essential tool for effectively deploying over 1,000 officers to maintain order and ensure public safety during the event.

“Having our solutions employed for the first presidential debate was a tremendous honor,” Helinet CEO Kathryn Purwin said. “We thrive on the unique challenges of national security, and we are proud to have been a part of this historic event and to be working with Nassau County.”

SOURCE: Helinet Technologies

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Four Police Helicopter Crewmembers Dead in Mexico Crash

Four Police Helicopter

Authorities are investigating if criminals were involved in a police helicopter crash that killed four people in early September. Three officers and the aircraft’s pilot died in the crash, which was immediately thought to be related to criminal activity. Authorities later said they could not confirm if the aircraft was “taken down or shot down.”

A survivor of the crash was moved to intensive care and has been involved in the investigation. The helicopter was supporting an operation targeting leaders of criminal cells in a region that has long been a hotspot for Mexico’s drug war. Results of the investigation have not yet been released.

SOURCE: www.cnn.com

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New Jersey State Police Medical Helicopter Service May End

New Jersey State

After nearly three decades of service, SouthSTAR, one of two publicly funded New Jersey State Police air medical helicopters, ended its run on July 1. The helicopter, along with NorthSTAR, has been saving lives around the state since 1976. Now, NorthSTAR may too be in danger of discontinuing service, as the organization providing physicians and nurses to fly along with trooper pilots has discontinued its support. The State Department of Health allowed the move because other airlift services are available.

In the past decade, New Jersey has seen growth in the number of privately owned and operated medevac providers, and 2010 legislation only improved conditions for the operators. The legislation allows any helicopter closest to an accident scene or patient's location to be dispatched, regardless of whether it is public or flown by any one of the 20 for-profit companies operating in New Jersey.

SOURCE: www.nj.com  

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USHST Completes Fatal Accident AnalysisUSHST Completes

The U.S. Helicopter Safety Team (USHST) has completed a comprehensive analysis of U.S. fatal accidents that occurred from 2009 to 2013. The data will be used to develop specific intervention recommendations to reduce incidents. Out of 104 fatal accidents that took place during the five-year span, 50 percent were from three causes—loss of control while in flight (19), unintended flight into instrument meteorological conditions (18) and low altitude operations (15).

USHST said that beginning in September, ad-hoc teams were created to develop safety recommendations aimed at mitigating fatal accidents caused by the three factors. A recommendations list and action plan is expected to be completed by early 2017.

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ALEA Hosts Online Group Meetings This Month

ALEA Hosts

ALEA will be hosting an online meeting for maintenance technicians on Tuesday, October 18, from 1-2 pm EDT (1700 UTC). If your agency uses contract maintenance, please pass on this invitation. For safety officers, the online meeting will be Monday, October 24, from 1-2 pm EDT (1700 UTC). Meetings are conducted though an online conference call you can join using your computer or phone. They are open to any ALEA member. To receive meeting information and be added to the mailing list for future notices of ALEA Online Group Meetings, send an email to safety@alea.org.

 

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Washington Man Arrested for Shining Laser at Police

Washington Man

Spokane County (WA) Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested a man in mid-September after he aimed a laser pointer at the department’s Air 1 helicopter. “When the laser lights hit the cockpit, it hits the glass and totally washes everything out,” Captain Dave Ellis said. “They can't see any of their gauges, they can't see the ground and it just completely blinds them.”

The 32-year-old perpetrator was found on the back deck of his house after helicopter crews directed ground troops to the suspected source of the laser. Deputies said they identified themselves and ordered the man to show his hands, but he pulled his hand out of his pocket and pointed the red laser at them. The man was charged with two counts of unlawful discharge of a laser in the first degree, a felony.

SOURCE: www.krem.com

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Simulator to Assist Western Australia's Rescue Training

Simulator to Assist

A winch simulator has been constructed to provide training for search and rescue operations to Western Australia’s Police Air Wing personnel. The police agency operates two helicopters with hoist equipment to rescue people stranded both on land and sea.

Superintendent John Leembruggen said the new simulator would provide an increased capacity for personnel to undertake critical skills training. "Winching during an emergency situation is one of the most dangerous duties our flight crews undertake, and is only performed when urgent rescue is required and no other safe option is available," he said.

"The new winch simulator will provide a safe and realistic training platform that replicates both our helicopters' winching equipment, and can be used at any time, day or night, regardless of the weather outside."

Training is currently done using a police helicopter, which is reliant on suitable weather conditions, making training difficult to plan. The $250,000 winch simulator means the police agency can increase essential training for its officers without putting up one of their choppers. This should cut costs and free up the two helicopters for more frontline patrols.

Source: www.perthnow.com.au

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Florida Sheriff Adds Surveillance System

Florida Sheriff

The Charlotte County (FL) Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) has contracted for the installation of a new surveillance system on its Bell OH-58 helicopter. APG Avionics performed the installation of CONTROP Precision Technologies SITE-20 system, the first of its kind installed in the U.S. The system integrates the surveillance, infrared, thermal and electro-optical cameras on the helicopter.

“We are grateful for the opportunity to utilize this state-of-the-art system not only for patrol support and surveillance but for search and rescue missions as well,” CCSO Chief Pilot Robert Steht said. According to the manufacturer, the SITE camera payloads are gyro-stabilized EO/IR day/night systems and include a thermal imaging camera with a continuous optical zoom lens and proprietary image enhancement features.

SOURCE: APG Avionics

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BCSO Unveils New Rescue Team, Helicopter

BCSO Unveils

The Brevard County (FL) Sheriff’s Office (BCSO) unveiled the capabilities of its new BSCO Aviation Rescue Unit in mid-September during a demonstration at the local public works department. The team is designed to rescue victims and transport personnel to and from emergency situations via a newly added Bell helicopter.

“It always amazes me how many rescues and life-saving events happen throughout Brevard County,” Sheriff Wayne Ivey said. “Not with just our agency but from fire-rescue, from the other police agencies that are saturated throughout the county. But none of them have the opportunity and do as many rescues as our aviation unit does.”

In its first demonstration, a team showed how it could transport victims from hard-to-reach land areas. Next, the team demonstrated a water rescue. The rescue operations were performed in BCSO’s newest OH-58 Bell JetRanger. It is the fifth such helicopter to join the organization’s fleet.

SOURCE: www.floridatoday.com 

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U.K. Finds Laser Attacks Highest in Yorkshire

U.K. Finds Laser

An analysis of figures from the U.K.’s National Police Air Service (NPAS) showed the number of laser attacks on police aircraft was higher in Yorkshire than in any other part of the nation last year. NPAS aircraft experienced 91 attacks in 2015; of those, 20 were on helicopters taking off from its headquarters in West Yorkshire.

The U.K. has had a particularly difficult time with laser strikes on police helicopters and placed strict legal limits on laser sales. The Civil Aviation Authority has previously said people found carrying powerful laser pointers should be arrested and has called for new laws to cut aircraft attacks.

SOURCE: www.bbc.com

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ALEA Wants Your Help With Maintenance Staffing Survey

ALEA Wants Your

ALEA is conducting a short, nine-question Maintenance Staffing Survey, and members’ responses will help provide insight into the current maintenance staffing practices in the industry. All responses are anonymous and will be used only by ALEA. The survey can be accessed via www.alea.org/2016-alea-maintenance-staffing-survey. If you have any questions or comments about the survey, please contact ALEA CEO/Executive Director Dan Schwarzbach or Research & Surveys Committee Chair Dave McVey.

 

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Another North Dakota Unit Adds UAS Capability

Another North Dakota

The Marshall County (ND) Sheriff's Office has purchased an unmanned aircraft system to assist with searching for missing people, photographing crime scenes and other tasks. The agency is finalizing its certifications and expects to have its DJI Inspire UAS in the air soon.

"We have done some demonstrations with it and are letting people know that we have it and that we are going to be using it for search and rescue and other law enforcement needs as well," Sheriff Jason Boman said. The Marshall County Sheriff's Office would be one of at least two regional law enforcement agencies using UAS; the Northeast Region UAS Unit led by the Grand Forks County Sheriff's Department has been a leader in the industry. Before the Marshall County Sheriff's Office received its UAS, the county was one of nearly 20 where the Northeast Region UAS unit has permission to fly.

SOURCE: www.grandforksherald.com

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Missouri Man Pleads Guilty to Lasing Police Helicopter

Missouri Man

A Kansas City man in early September pled guilty in federal court to aiming a laser pointer at a police department helicopter. The 26-year-old admitted he aimed the beam at the Kansas City Police Department aircraft on Oct. 8, 2013, striking it three times. He reportedly hit the eye of one of the pilots twice, causing eyestrain that lasted for hours after the incident. Under federal statutes, the man is subject to a sentence of up to five years in federal prison without parole. The U.S. Probation Office will schedule a sentencing hearing after the completion of the pre-sentence investigation.

SOURCE: www.fox4kc.com 

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Redondo Beach PoliceRedondo Beach Police Could Launch UAS Program 

The Redondo Beach (CA) Police Department may soon join other California units in the use of unmanned aircraft systems to fight crime. Police Chief Keith Kauffman told city leaders in late September that UASs could keep officers out of harm’s way and respond to crime scenes without tipping off criminals to police presence. The city council moved to give public notice by crafting a resolution in coming weeks authorizing police use.

When it comes to rules for everyday citizens, the panel said it would spend more time coming up with an ordinance that protects residents from invasions of privacy, but it won’t be as strict as new laws in neighboring beach cities. City staff noted that because UAS technology and use is expanding, regulations at the federal and state levels are evolving.

SOURCE: www.tbrnews.com

 

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Minnesota DNR Saves Hunter Stuck in Swamp

Minnesota DNR

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) rescued a lost hunter from a swamp full of cattails with the help of a helicopter and unmanned aircraft system in late September. DNR conservation officers, as well as the Anoka County Sheriff’s Office, Minnesota State Patrol, Saint Paul Fire Department and Forest Lake Fire & Rescue, were able to find the lost hunter through the swampy growth with the help of the UAS and pulled him from the wetland. The hunter was secured in a vest at the end of a rescue line and brought to safety by a DNR helicopter.

SOURCE: www.mprnews.org

 

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NYPD Aviation Helps Rescue Boater

NYPD Aviation

A New York Police Department (NYPD) helicopter airlifted an unconscious 68-year-old woman from a rocky island a mile off the Staten Island Boardwalk after the fishing boat she was on lost power in early September. The woman and two men were boating when the engine died and the craft was pushed onto the rocks. The woman tried to climb onto the rocks but slipped and fell, hitting her head. The NYPD helicopter lowered rescuers and a basket to the island and airlifted the woman to a nearby hospital, where she was found to be in stable condition. The men, ages 81 and 20, declined medical attention.

SOURCE: www.nydailynews.com

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ALEA Has Senior Membership RateALEA Has Senior

Did you know that ALEA has a reduced membership rate for members over 62 years old?  Since approval by the Board of Directors in January 2015, ALEA has offered a $10 reduction in the membership fees of those individual members 62 years of age and older. This rate reduction will be effective upon membership renewal following your 62nd birthday. Proof of age is required. To take advantage of this offer, contact Cindi Davis (cdavis@alea.org; 301-631-2406) at the ALEA offices. 

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New York City's Firefighters Will Soon Use UAS

New York City's Firefighters

The New York Fire Department is in the process of implementing unmanned aircraft systems into its firefighting arsenal. The tools, which were deployed on the streets of New York starting in September, are expected to be used mostly for major fires and emergencies, fire officials said, delivering high-definition images in real time to commanders as they decide how to respond.

One UAS is already in use for two-alarm and greater fires. Two more will be added by the end of the year. The UAS in use weighs about eight pounds, cost $85,000 and is capable of capturing both standard video and infrared images.

SOURCE: www.nytimes.com  

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Australia State Government Could Expand UAS Use

Australia State

The use of unmanned aircraft systems for police operations could be significantly expanded under a proposal being considered by the state government of Queensland, Australia. Police Minister Bill Byrne is reportedly driving a plan that has strong government support and would allow UAS to be used for aerial surveillance activities such as chases, prisoner escape pursuits, search and rescue and covert operations.

Police in the Australian state currently use UAS, but the proposal being considered by the government would significantly expand their numbers. The vehicles would have similar capabilities to some military units and include secure communications equipment. A government source said a specialist drone unit could be established and moved to crime hot spots to work with local police to target specific areas or offenses.

SOURCE: www.couriermail.com.au

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Minnesota State Helicopter Helps Catch Felon

Minnesota Sate Helicopter

A Minnesota State Patrol helicopter helped the Crow Wing County Sheriff's Office apprehend a suspect wanted for contempt of court in late September. Deputies pursued the 31-year-old suspect on foot until he ran into a nearby swamp, according to sheriff’s department reports. He was apprehended after roughly an hour with the help of the Minnesota State Patrol helicopter, which was in the area on an unrelated call when the pursuit began. Brainerd Police and a ground-based state patrol officer also assisted.

Source: www.brainerddispatch.com 

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NYPD Contracts for New Maintenance and Ops Tracking Software

NYPD Contracts

The New York Police Department (NYPD) Aviation Unit has contracted for a new customizable electronic maintenance and operations tracking software. The software, provided by Digital AirWare, is an all-in-one tool allowing maintenance and operations managers to forecast, update, print reports and stay compliant with industry standards. The software’s stoplight feature allows users to identify new maintenance and service actions and navigate through the program. In addition to NYPD, the Hillsborough County (FL) Sheriff’s Office, Miami-Dade (FL) Fire Rescue and Ontario (CA) Police Department utilize the software.

SOURCE: Digital AirWare

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South Texan Admits Shining Laser At Border Patrol Helicopter

South Texan

A 57-year-old Texas man has pleaded guilty to shining a laser pointer at a US Customs & Border Protection helicopter. He faces up to five years in federal prison and a fine of up to $250,000 when he’s sentenced Nov. 17.

The man admitted that he pointed the laser at the helicopter on June 20. A federal affidavit said the pilot had to take evasive action to avoid being blinded while another member of his crew directed Border Patrol agents on the ground to the source of the laser, where the man was seen aiming the laser at the helicopter.

Source:  www.ktxs.com

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USCG Helicopter Grounded Following Laser Incident

SUSCG Helicopter

A U.S. Coast Guard aircrew in Washington state in an MH-65 Dolphin was preparing for landing when they were illuminated by a laser. The aircrew landed safely but was grounded for two hours while they underwent a medical checkup.

Cmdr. Mark Hiigel, commanding officer of Coast Guard Air Station Port Angeles, stressed that this was a serious incident. “These types of incidents can be very dangerous to the safety of our aircrews and disrupts our ability to respond as a search and rescue asset,” he said. “In this particular case, the aircrew was medically grounded for approximately two hours. This resulted in Naval Air Station Whidbey Island and Sector Columbia River, located in Warrenton, Oregon, covering our area of responsibility until the Port Angeles aircrew was medically cleared.”

“We need the general public to understand that the dangers of playing with green laser lights goes beyond medical risks to our aircrews, it places all mariners at risk due to delayed response times should they become in distress,” Cmdr. Hiigel added. For safety, USCG policy dictates that aircrews must abort their mission and return to base in the event that a laser strikes a crewmember's eyes.

The Coast Guard noted that the act of aiming a laser pointer at an aircraft is a felony, punishable by fine and up to five years in jail. In Washington, the USCG has taken enforcement seriously: Sector Puget Sound issued a $100,000 civil penalty in May to an individual who intentionally struck the ferry Tokiate with a high-powered blue laser, resulting in injuries to the ferry master and chief mate.

Source: www.maritime-executive.com

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ALEA Welcomes New Members

ALEA would like to welcome the following corporate and individual members who joined during September 2016:JPGcorporateLogoLG

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Garrin Black, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Wilfred Blanchard III, Texas Department of Public Safety
Sean Boczar, Helena (AL) Police Department
Jonathan Butler, Oxford (AL) Police Department
Richard Caldwell, Tampa (FL) Police Department Aviation Unit
Daniel Carbone, Avion Solutions
Craig Carr, Oxford (AL) Police Department
Stefan Chambers, Ontario Provincial Police (ON)
James Coleman, Marion County (OR) Sheriff's Office
Brent Collins, Texas Department of Public Safety
Sean Davis, Texas Department of Public Safety
Matt Dean, Cullman (AL) Police Department
Rob Dimel, Costa Mesa Police Department
Russell Evans, AAR International Flight Services
Dennis Faull Pettersson, Stockholmståg (Stockholmstrain)
Jeffrey Fisher, Texas Department Of Public Safety
Joshua Fitzcharles, Ontario Police Department Air Support
Rob Fox, Ontario Provincial Police (ON)
Orlando Garcia, Texas Department of Public Safety
Chris Gates, Texas Department of Public Safety
Shawn Gibson, Oxford (AL) Police Department
Brent Hardgrave, U. S. Coast Guard
Justin Hilton, Texas Department of Public Safety
Corey Huffine, Cowlitz County (WA) Sheriff's Office
Tyler Johns, California Highway Patrol
Kevin Johnson, Hillsborough County (FL) Sheriff's Office Aviation Unit
Claude Kendall, Henrico County (VA) Division of Police Metro Aviation Unit
Kolton Kendall, Texas Department of Public Safety
Bryan Kolb, Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft Operations (Headquarters)
Sheldon Luke, Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft Operations (Headquarters)
Gerald Lyons, Oxford (AL) Police Department
Todd Merwin, Minnesota State Patrol
Gregory Millwater, Nassau County (NY) Police Department Aviation Unit
Andy Owens, York Regional Police (ON)
Bill Partridge, Oxford (AL) Police Department
Daniel Phipps, Oxford (AL) Police Department
Ray Ragan, Texas Department of Public Safety
David Riggs, Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft Section
Carl Scott, Henrico County (VA) Division of Police Metro Aviation Unit
Chris Steffens, Oxford (AL) Police Department
Brian Thompson, Oxford (AL) Police Department
Marcus Tomerlin, Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft Division - Region 1
Jason Webb, Oxford (AL) Police Department 

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Lone Star State to Host Central Region Safety Seminar

Lone Star State

For the Association’s encore educational offering of 2016, ALEA travels to Austin, TX, the site of the 2016 Central Region Safety Seminar. The free-of-charge seminar will be held Nov. 1-3 at the Holiday Inn Austin-Town Lake and hosted by the Austin Police Department Air Support Unit and Texas Department of Public Safety Aircraft Section.

Reservations and discount rates are available now through Oct. 18. For more information about the seminar, including the educational agenda, CLICK HERE  or contact Region Director Ryan Miller via email at rmiller@alea.org or phone at 512-887-7328.

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