The Complete Guide to Public Safety Cycling
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2007 - Health & Fitness - 254 pages
The Use Of Bicycles By Police, EMS, And Security Personnel Continues To Grow Along With Increased Awareness Of The Benefits Of An Extremely Mobile Team Of First Responders. While The Reasons For Implementing A Bicycle Unit May Vary, The Goal Of Each Agency Is The Same: To Provide Assistance To Those Who Need It As Quickly, Safely, And Effectively As Possible. In The Past, Officers And Agencies Seeking To Get A Public Safety Bike Unit Rolling Had To Look Far And Wide To Assemble The Necessary Information. The Complete Guide To Public Safety Cycling Is The Single Comprehensive Source Of In-Depth Information On Starting A Bike Unit Or Enhancing An Established Bike Unit With Tactical And Technical Tips On Everything From Basic Equipment Needs To Detailed Insights On Policy, Maintenance, Training, Legal Issues, And Much More.
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A Brief History of Public Safety
The Public Safety Bike
Administrative Criminal and Civil
Stretching and Flexibility
The Bicycle Response Team
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