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ALEA E-Newsletter : 2017 February

February 2017 Airborne Law Enforcement Association, Inc.
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In This Issue:

Missouri Man to Serve Three Years for Laser Offense

Arizona DPS Releases Video of Dramatic Rescue

University Student Targets Helicopter at Inauguration Rally

Huntington Beach Unit Reaches 70,000 Accident Free Hours

Michigan Man to Serve One Year for Laser Offense

Man Arrested for Flying UAS Near Police Helicopter

ALEA Now Accepting 2017 Award Nominations & Scholarship Applications

Law Enforcement Museum to Feature U.S. Park Police Helicopter

Grand Forks UAS Test Site Earns Beyond-Line-of-Sight Approval

Massachusetts Police Air Wing Finds Missing Elderly Couple

ALEA Online Meetings: February Schedule

Laser Injures Maryland State Helicopter Crew

LA Sheriff's Department Begins Using UAS

California Department Abandoning Manned Aviation Unit

CHP Helicopter Crews Perform Two Rescues in One Day

San Diego County Sheriff UAS Program Ramping Up

Take The Survey; Help Shape ALEA Safety Programs

Idaho State Police Purchases UAS

U.K. Men Who Disrupted Search With Laser Are Fined

Western New York Unit Purchases UAS

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Arizona Helicopter Crew Rescues Woman Trapped in Car

Small Arkansas Unit Begins Using UAS

California Man Sentenced to 90 Days for Laser Incident

Small U.K. Unit Launches UAS Program

ALEA Welcomes New Members

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Missouri Man to Serve Three Years for Laser Offense

Missouri ManA 26-year-old man received a three-year federal prison sentence without parole for pointing a laser at a Kansas City (MO) Police Department helicopter in October 2013. Federal prosecutors said the man was sentenced in mid-January after pleading guilty in September 2016 to violating the federal law that makes it illegal to point laser beams at aircraft. He struck the helicopter three times with a green laser light and twice hit the eye of one of the pilots, causing eyestrain that lasted for hours after the incident.   In sentencing the man, the court found that he recklessly endangered the safety of an aircraft, which was flying over a residential neighborhood. In a sentencing memorandum to the court, his conduct was described as “another example of the criminally antisocial behavior that (his) extensive criminal history shows to be part of his daily life.”

As of October 22, 2016, the FAA had reports of 5,564 incidents nationwide. However, in 2015, just 12 were reported in Kansas City where this incident occurred.

SOURCE: www.ky3.com

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Arizona DPS Releases Video of Dramatic Rescue

Arizona DPS

The Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS) recently released video of its Ranger helicopter aircrew rescuing two hikers who found themselves “cliffed out” on a bluff, unable to climb or descend. The rescue was a two-part operation. The hikers had to relocated to a less steep area before the Ranger team could pick them up, the helicopter pilot delicately balancing the aircraft with one skid on a rock. After the first hiker was aboard, the helicopter hovered a short distance away while the second hiker climbed into position. The pilot then repeated the one-skid ingress to let the hiker aboard. Video of the rescue can be seen here: http://www.azfamily.com/story/34141224/dps-rescue-helicopter-plucks-stranded-hikers-off-peralta-trail.

SOURCE: www.azfamily.com

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University Student Targets Helicopter at Inauguration Rally

University Student

The crew of a U.S. Park Police helicopter circling protests following the inauguration of President Trump saw flashes of light they attributed to a laser pointer on the ground. Ground troops were then directed to detain an American University student, who was arrested on a federal felony charge of aiming a laser pointer at a police helicopter.

The 21-year-old student was detained along with 230 demonstrators who received felony rioting charges. He will appear for sentencing in February and faces a maximum penalty of five years in prison.

SOURCE: www.washingtonpost.com

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Huntington Beach Unit Reaches 70,000 Accident Free Hours

Huntington BeachThe Huntington Beach (CA) Police Department Air Support Bureau recently surpassed 70,000 hours without a recorded accident. The Bureau was commended by MD Helicopters, which began supplying the unit with aircraft in 1984 with the delivery of an MD 500E. The department acquired its current fleet of three MD 520N helicopters between 1992 and 2002.

“We are proud to celebrate this achievement with the Huntington Beach Air Support Bureau,” said Craig Kitchen, Chief Commercial Officer for MD Helicopters. “The Huntington Beach Police Department has been part of the MDHI family for more than 30 years and one of our most dedicated advocates of the MD 520N and our…no tail rotor technology.”

SOURCE: MD Helicopters

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Michigan Man to Serve One Year for Laser Offense

Michigan Man

A man was sentenced last month to one year and one day in federal prison for pointing a laser at a Michigan State Police helicopter. The 33-year-old, who has also been charged on the state-level with killing a motorcyclist in a stolen truck, is to be supervised for two years after his prison release.

The man pleaded guilty to one count of aiming a laser pointer at an aircraft last September. His attorney maintained the act was in poor judgment but not malicious.

Police said that in January 2016, Michigan State Police troopers were flying over Saginaw during a routine patrol when they were called to investigate a laser strike on a regional jet. The laser then struck the helicopter for two to three seconds while on-scene.

SOURCE: www.mlive.com

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Man Arrested for Flying UAS Near Police Helicopter

Man Arrested

Police near San Francisco arrested a man for flying an unmanned aircraft system close to a helicopter during a rescue mission. The arrest took place in late January while the Pacifica Police Department tried to rescue a person who fell from a seaside cliff.

The rescue team planned for a California Highway Patrol helicopter to airlift the injured person after treatment; however, while the helicopter approached, the emergency personnel on the ground spotted the UAS flying nearby, and the pilots delayed their arrival. Police then located a 55-year-old man operating the aircraft and arrested him for hampering the rescue effort.

SOURCE: www.thedrive.com

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ALEA Now Accepting 2017 Award Nominations & Scholarship ApplicationsALEA Now Accepting

For over 40 years, the Airborne Law Enforcement Association has encouraged the highest standards of professionalism in public safety aviation by acknowledging outstanding performance within our specialized industry.  Annually, we present seven awards to recognize excellence by our members and others whose actions have had a positive impact on our profession. To honor the academic achievements of our members’ children, we offer 18 scholarships totaling $43,000.

ALEA is now accepting award nominations and scholarship applications for 2017. The submission deadline is May 1. Scholarship recipients and award winners will be announced during ALEA EXPO 2017 in Reno, NV. The scholarships will be presented during the General Membership Meeting July 27, and the awards will be presented during the Awards Reception on July 28. For full details and to submit nominations and applications, visit http://alea.org/awards-scholarships-citations

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Law Enforcement Museum to Feature U.S. Park Police Helicopter

Law Enforcement Museum

U.S. Park Police’s “Eagle One,” the Bell 206L-1 helicopter that played a pivotal role in rescuing airline passengers from the icy Potomac River on Jan. 13, 1982, has been restored and will be on display when the National Law Enforcement Museum in Washington, D.C., opens its doors in mid-2018. The restoration was performed by Arrow Aviation in Broussard, LA.

Eagle One will sit in a hangar at a U.S. Park Police facility until the museum is completed. When it opens, the museum will tell the story of American law enforcement through interactive exhibits and stories from officers who’ve put their lives on the line to serve their communities.

SOURCE: www.verticalmag.com

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Grand Forks UAS Test Site Earns Beyond-Line-of-Sight Approval

Grand Forks UASThe Federal Aviation Administration granted permission to the Northern Plains UAS Test Site to conduct beyond-visual-line-of-sight operations in late December 2016. The Certificate of Authorization allows test site staff to fly unmanned aircraft systems without maintaining visual contact to avoid midair conflicts. Site administrators said it would be about three to four months before they can begin non-line-of-site testing, as they work to upgrade the base's digital radar system. The certificate and resulting research by the test site is expected to eventually create a path for operators around the country to fly beyond-line-of-site missions.

SOURCE: www.grandforksherald.com

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Massachusetts Police Air Wing Finds Missing Elderly Couple

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The Massachusetts State Police Air Wing located a missing elderly couple safe in a wooded area on Jan. 20. John and Jean Bickerstaff were found in their car, conscious and alert, thanks to the aircrew’s use of a FLIR camera. The 90- and 87-year old were evaluated and released by emergency medical personnel. See video of the rescue at www.lowellsun.com/breakingnews/ci_30741158/massachusetts-police-find-missing-elderly-couple-safe#ixzz4WhNLb3pI.

SOURCE: www.lowellsun.com

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ALEA Online Meetings: February Schedule

ALEA Online Meetings

Meetings are conducted through an online conference call you can join using your computer, device or phone. Online meetings are open to any ALEA member. To receive meeting information and be added to the mailing list, send an email to safety@alea.org.

For February 2017, an online meeting for Safety Officers will be conducted Monday, Feb 13 from 1:00-2:00 PM EST (1800 UTC); for UAS operators on Wednesday, Feb 15 from 1:00-2:00 PM EST (1800 UTC); and for maintenance technicians on Monday, Feb 27 from 1:00-2:00 PM EST (1800 UTC). Contract maintenance providers to ALEA members are welcome to participate in the maintenance meeting as well.  

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Laser Injures Maryland State Helicopter Crew

Laser Injures MarylandA pilot and TFO on a Maryland State Police helicopter based in Frederick were hospitalized in mid-January after a man shined a laser into the cockpit, police said. Todd Hyson and Sergeant Gregg Lantz were taken to Frederick Memorial Hospital, where they were treated for unspecified eye injuries and released.

MSP, with the assistance of Carroll County Sheriff’s Office deputies, arrested a 30-year-old man and charged him in connection with the incident. The helicopter, designated Trooper 3, was assisting Carroll County with a law enforcement mission when the cabin was struck about eight times by a green laser. The aircraft was forced to abandon its mission.

SOURCE: www.fredericknewspost.com

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LA Sheriff's Department Begins Using UAS

LA Sheriff Department

Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell said in mid-January his agency would begin deploying unmanned aircraft systems to aid deputies responding to arson scenes, suspected bombs and hostage situations. McDonnell said the UAS would not be used for citizen surveillance.

The sheriff praised the $10,000 device as a useful tool that can give deputies a life-saving advantage in potentially deadly situations. “The dangers of law enforcement can never be eliminated,” McDonnell said. “However, this technology can assist us in reducing the impact of risks on personnel.” Eight deputies have been trained to fly the device, which can remain in the air for 20 minutes and fly up to a mile from the deputy controlling it.

SOURCE: www.officer.com

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California Department Abandoning Manned Aviation Unit

Califonia Department

The Modesto (CA) Police Department had been working closely with the Tulare County Sheriff's Office on establishing an aviation program and was considering buying the same aircraft operated by the Sheriff’s Office when tragedy struck. The Tulare County aircraft crashed on Feb. 10, 2016. Now, Modesto appears to be shifting gears.

Modesto Police Chief Galen Carroll recently said his department is now concentrating its efforts on developing an unmanned aircraft program, operating two UAS for search and rescues and crime scene investigations. The UAS are considerably less expensive than the aircraft that was previously considered.

SOURCE: www.modbee.com

 

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CHP Helicopter Crews Perform Two Rescues in One Day

CHP Helicopter CrewsCalifornia Highway Patrol Helicopter 30 (H-30), along with fire agencies from Sonoma County and Sonoma County Life Support, performed a rescue of an injured hiker the morning of Jan. 25. H-30 was first on-scene and located the victim after a brief search. Due to recent rains, the trail was unstable, so H-30 delivered a flight officer/paramedic to assist the patient. The flight crew and fire department determined a hoist rescue was required due to the isolated location and rugged terrain. While Officer/Pilot Mike McAuley hovered 75 feet above the patient, Paramedic Shaun Bouyea lowered a rescue harness, and the victim was hoisted into the helicopter.

That afternoon, the same crew and Pilot/Officer Mark Mitchell, responded to a report of a crashed paraglider. The H-30 crew located the paraglider approximately 300 yards down a hill from the nearest road. McAuley again hovered about 75 feet above the injured paraglide, and Mitchell lowered Bouyea to the patient. With the assistance of the Marin County Fire Department, the paraglider was extracted from the crash site and transferred to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries. For video of the paraglider rescue, visit the California Highway Patrol Golden Gate Division Air Operation’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/CHPGoldenGateAirOps.

SOURCE: California Highway Patrol

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 San Diego County Sheriff UAS Program Ramping UpSan Diego County

Following a deputy-involved shooting last month, the San Diego County (CA) Sheriff’s Department used aerial drone footage to document the scene and capture overhead images to be used as evidence. It was one of the department’s first uses of the device after a long program development process.

The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department, which covers 4,200 square miles of county land, including the cities of Encinitas, Solana Beach and Del Mar and the community of Rancho Santa Fe, began implementing the drone program in October after receiving FAA permission in September. Although the sheriff’s department did not seek approval from city council or residents regarding the UAS, a spokesperson said the department worked with several advisory groups consisting of community members and civic leaders.

SOURCE: www.ranchosantafereview.com

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ALEA is conducting an annual safety survey during the month of February 2017, and your input will help the Association understand your safety needs. ALEA will use this information to direct our safety program in 2017 and beyond in order to best serve the needs of members. All responses are completely anonymous and will be retained only by ALEA.

Please click the link to begin the survey: http://alea.org/safety/alea-safety-survey. If you have any questions, please contact ALEA Safety Program Manager Bryan Smith at safety@alea.org.

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Idaho State Police Purchases UAS

Idaho State Police

The Idaho State Police (ISP) recently purchased unmanned aircraft systems for every district in the state and is in the process of developing a statewide UAS program, according to Captain Charlie Spencer. Spencer said the agency is excited about having a view from above when documenting crime scenes. ISP does not operate aircraft but has rented UAS in the past.

The department purchased six UASs last June and is training two operators in each district. It will soon be applying for FAA certification. “We’re absolutely excited to get these out there and get our pilots trained,” Spencer said.

SOURCE: www.nwcn.com

 

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U.K. Men Who Disrupted Search With Laser Are Fined

U.K. Men Who Disrupted

Two U.K. men have been fined after they shined a laser at a National Police Air Service helicopter. The 21-year old and 19-year-old reportedly disrupted the chopper during a search for a “high-risk” missing person. When the laser lit up the cockpit, the pilot was forced to turn away and abandon the search.

The aircrew was able to pinpoint the address from which the beam originated and direct ground officers to the location. One of the men was found holding a laser pointer. They were arrested and answered “no comment” to all police questions. They pleaded guilty to directing a laser pen at an aircraft to dazzle or distract the pilot and were fined about $400.

In another U.K. laser strike incident, the pilot’s vision was compromised during a missing person search by a laser-wielding 52-year-old man who appeared in court in late January. Police released video of the strike as a warning to citizens who use the lights to obstruct aircraft. The video is available at www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/police-helicopter-pilot-dazzled-laser-9608652.

SOURCE: www.stokesentinel.co.uk and www.mirror.co.uk

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Western New York Unit Purchases UAS

Western New York

The West Seneca Town Board in early January approved the purchase of a $10,000 unmanned aircraft system for use by the city’s police department. Police Chief Daniel Denz said the unmanned aviation unit is being paid for by a state grant.

Denz said he believes the West Seneca Police Department will be the first in Western New York to have an official Aviation Unit, which has been approved by the Federal Aviation Administration. According to Denz, four people will man the unit and be trained to operate the UAS, which will be used in search and rescue situations, as well as above crime scenes. Denz said the department expects delivery of the UAS by the end of the month.

SOURCE: www.westsenecabee.com

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Arizona Helicopter Crew Rescues Woman Trapped in Car

Arizona Helicopter Crew

A Maricopa County (AZ) Sheriff’s Office crew helped rescue a woman trapped on top of her car in a flood wash in late January. After the vehicle had become submerged in the wash, one occupant made it safely to land, but a second was trapped on the roof. With assistance from multiple local fire departments, the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office Air Support Unit dropped the woman a life preserver and rescued her using the helicopter’s skid. The woman was evaluated by firefighters and released at the scene. See video of the rescue here: www.12news.com/news/local/arizona/watch-helicopter-rescues-woman-stranded-on-car-in-flooded-wash-in-new-river/389786079.

SOURCE: www.12news.com

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Small Arkansas Unit Begins Using UAS

Small Arkansas

The Rogers City (AR) Police Department purchased an unmanned aircraft system last September and has begun using the device primarily for search and rescue missions. The department recently used the device to map and search an area in the case of a missing woman and her young daughter.

Rogers Police Chief Hayes Minor said the $4,500 UAS could be a valuable asset for police and could be used for aerial photography of a crime scene or at a large traffic accident in addition to searches. "It may also serve as an extra set of eyes for the SWAT team during some operations," Minor said.

SOURCE: www.arkansasonline.com

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California Man Sentenced to 90 Days for Laser Incident

California Man Sentenced

A California man plead guilty on Jan. 12 to flashing a laser beam into the cockpit of a Riverside County Sheriff's Office helicopter last fall. He was sentenced to 90 days in jail.

The 29-year-old was given a misdemeanor charge of maliciously discharging a laser at an aircraft. The judge imposed the sentence stipulated in the plea agreement between the prosecution and defense, and granted the defense's request to have him serve out his sentence in a Sheriff's Office work release program, under which he is to maintain gainful employment and report his employment status to deputies beginning Feb. 9.

SOURCE: www.pe.com 

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Small U.K. Unit Launches UAS Program

Small U.K. Unit

The Gwent Police in Abersychan, Wales, has been granted permission by the U.K. Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to use unmanned aircraft at live police incidents. Police administrators said the UAS would be used primarily for missing person searches, policing large-scale events and addressing rural crime.

The program is still in its infancy, and Gwent Police said in a statement the UAS would be used for selected operational incidents in order to test the aircraft's ability and suitability prior to being tasked. The South Wales Police has been using UAS since July 2016. The department has reportedly been successful in policing off-road bike users.

SOURCE: www.southwalesargus.co.uk 

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ALEA would like to welcome the following individual members who joined during January 2017:

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Timothy Adams, Sumter County (SC) Sheriff's Office
Christopher Arndt, National Guard (NC)
Jonathan Beal, Gresham (OR) Police Department
Jon Becker, Metro Air Support Unit St. Louis County (MO) Police Dept.
John Beuth, Florida Department of Law Enforcement Aviation Unit
Michael Biggs, Metro Air Support Unit St. Louis County (MO) Police Dept.
Howard Brandt, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Air and Marine Operations
Barry Brennan, Flying Lion, Inc.
Brian Cechowski, Orlando (FL) Police Department
Morgan Chad, Lebanon (IN) Police Department
Daniel Connor, Rams Head Solutions, LLC
Rod Cooper, Arkansas State Police Aircraft Section
Eddie Cruz, Florida Highway Patrol Aviation Section
Kevin Curran, Orange County (FL) Sheriff's Office Aviation Unit
Stoney Daniel, Tuscaloosa County (AL) Sheriff's Office
Ben Fisher, Pinellas County (FL) Sheriff's Office
Dale Harvie, Windsor Police Service (ON)
Phillip Heckmann, Oakland County (MI) Sheriff's Office
Abraham Herr, Maryland State Police Aviation Command
Joey Hoover, Russell County (KY) Sheriff's Department
William House, Consolidated Aeroscout Venue
William Ivey, Tuscaloosa County (AL) Sheriff's Office
Ronald Kendell, Utah Transit Authority Police
Oscar Llerena, Broward County (FL) Sheriff's Office Aviation Unit
Gordon Magee, Ontario Provincial Police Aviation Services
Josh McCann, Savannah-Chatham (GA) Metro Police Department
Leon McInelly, Alaska State Troopers
John McNamara, West Seneca (NY) Police Department
Trevor Natt, Fly-N-Eye Pty Ltd
Roland Naude, Tensho Aviation and Defence (G. Africa)
Austin Neumann, Savannah-Chatham (GA) Metro Police Department
Randal Olson, Prairie Grove (IL) Police Department
Leonard Parker, FBI (NC)
Randy Phillips, Lake County (IN) Sheriff Department
Anthony Pieske, UTC Aerospace Systems
Chris Plante, York Regional Police (ON)
Matthew Rich, Savannah-Chatham (GA) Metro Police Department
Pablo Alejandro Santano, Airborne Unit Buenos Aires Police Department (Argentina)
Andrew Shedlock, Florida Department of Law Enforcement Aviation Unit
Bob Simons, Metro Air Support Unit St. Louis County (MO) Police Dept.
Cameron Stephen, Queensland Police Service
Edward Tovar, InTechSys, LLC
David Trafton, Blackhawk Aviation
Michael Tremlett, International Enterprises Industries, LLC
Paul Trimble, Sky Watch CAP
Kyle Watkins, Maryland State Police
Jonathan Wizard, San Benito (CA) Sheriff's Office

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