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APSA Flight Safety Recognition Program

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The APSA Flight Safety Recognition Program honors flight crews who have significant accident and violation free public safety mission flight hours.

  • Bronze Level: 1,500 Hours
  • Silver Level: 2,500 Hours
  • Gold Level: 5,000 Hours
  • Platinum Level: 10,000 Hours

APSA members, qualified in the aircraft crew position and assigned as aircrew members by their unit, to a police agency directed mission (tactical or otherwise) are allowed to use all of the time flown towards receiving an APSA Flight Safety Recognition Program Award.

Qualified members will receive an 8 ½" by 11" certificate suitable for framing. To qualify, you must be a individual member of APSA in good standing.

To apply, complete a nomination form and return it to the APSA office marked "Attention: APSA Safety Committee."

Use the FAR’s should you question an accident or violation.  ANY accident or violation, regardless of nature or circumstances, will disqualify the candidate. Award requirements do not include military flight time.

You may order an engraved plaque for $55.00, plus shipping (approximately $15 within the US or $35 International). Awards will be sent to the candidate’s chief pilot or supervisor for presentation.

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September 11 - 13, 2018
Newport Beach, CA
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November 13 - 15, 2018
San Antonio, TX
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APSA Rescue Summit

(formerly HRRA Rescue Summit)
March 4, 2019
Atlanta, GA
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