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APSA E-Newsletter : 2019 May

May 2019 Airborne Public Safety Association, Inc.
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In This Issue:

Last Chance for 2019 APSF Award Nominations & Scholarship Applications

Are You Ready for Omaha? APSCON 2019 Only Two Months Away!

APSA Members: Enter Air Beat’s 2019 Photo Contest

NC Highway Patrol Unveils New Helicopters

Florida Man Sentenced for Striking Police Helicopter With Laser

Submit Your Best FLIR Capture for 24th Annual FLIR Vision Awards

Chula Vista Releases UAS Video of Motorcycle Chase

Maryland Recognizes Pilot for Outstanding Achievements

Arlington Police Credit UAS for Helping Catch Criminal

Call for Entries for 2019 Night Vision Awards: Deadline June 3

Washington Department Launches UAS Program

Public Safety Pilots Attend Wire Avoidance Training

APSA Online Meetings: May Schedule

Airbus Celebrates Golden Anniversary

PAvCon Europe 2019 – The Networking Continues

New York State Police’s New Huey Makes Rescue

Texas Police Department Launches UAS Unit

New York Police Helicopter Pilot Shortage Could Create Risk

Howard County Explores UAS Program After Ending Aviation Unit

LAFD Partners With DJI to Advance UAS Operations

U.K. UAS Unit Create Partnerships With National Lifesaving Agencies

APSA Welcomes New Members

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Last Chance for 2019 Award & Scholarship Applications - Deadline is 8:00 PM PDT Today

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For over 40 years, the Airborne Public Safety Association has encouraged the highest standards of professionalism in public safety aviation by acknowledging outstanding performance within our specialized industry. Through the Awards & Scholarships Program of the Airborne Public Safety Foundation (APSF), we recognize excellence by our members, their children and others whose actions have had a positive impact on our profession through awards and scholarships.

Annually, APSF presents 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, APSF offers 18 scholarships totaling $43,000.

The submission deadline for award nominations and scholarship applications is today. There will be no additional extensions. Scholarship recipients and award winners will be announced during APSCON 2019 in Omaha, NE. The scholarships will be presented during the General Membership Meeting July 18, and the awards will be presented during the Awards Reception on July 19. For full details and to submit nominations and applications, click here.

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Are You Ready for Omaha? APSCON 2019 Only Two Months Away!

Conference Preview Issue

APSA’s premier annual event highlighting public safety aviation will land in Omaha, NE, this year. APSCON 2019 will be held at the CHI Health Center Omaha from July 15 to 20. APSCON 2019 will be filled with education and training options, including some of the best conference courses and classes in the industry presented by its leading experts. Details can be found in the Conference Preview Issue of Air Beat Magazine.

APSCON’s exhibition floor will be open July 17-19 and feature the latest, cutting-edge technologies, products and services available to public safety aviators. There will be plenty of time to learn from exhibitors, visit with peers and experience the flavor of Omaha. APSCON 2019 registration is now open for attendees and exhibitors. Don’t delay, register online.

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APSA Members: Enter Air Beat's 2019 Photo Contest

AirBeat Photo Contest

Captured a great photo lately? Enter your best shots in Air Beat magazine's 2019 Photo Contest to win a GoPro HERO Black7 camera with memory. You're going to love GoPro’s new features; enter Air Beat's photo contest this month for your chance to win!

To be eligible to enter, the photographer must be an APSA member in good standing, and the photos must have a public safety aviation element (aircraft, crew, mission, training, etc.) and include a caption. The contest submission deadline is June 14, 2019; entries will be accepted at www.airbeatmagazine.com. The more photos you submit, the greater your chances of winning. The grand prize will be awarded on July 18 during the General Membership Meeting at APSCON 2019 in Omaha, NE. The winner is not required to be present.

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NC Highway Patrol Unveils New Helicopters

NC Highway PatrolThe North Carolina State Highway Patrol unveiled two new Bell 407 helicopters on April 23. The aircraft are expected to be used primarily in missing person searches. The unveiling event was held at the aviation unit’s hangar in Raleigh, and the helicopters are immediately ready for service. “As the needs associated with providing public safety have advanced, upgrades to the equipment used to meet those needs must be continually assessed,” said Colonel Glenn McNeill, NC State Highway Patrol commander. “The aircraft on display here today possess extremely sophisticated technology that can be used to save lives, protect communities and deter criminal behavior.”

SOURCE: North Carolina Department of Public Safety Press Release

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Florida Man Sentenced for Striking Police Helicopter With Laser

Florida Laser StrikeA Florida man has been sentenced to 21 months in federal prison for shining a laser at a Pasco County Sheriff’s Office helicopter. The 27-year-old aimed a laser pointer at the police helicopter in December 2017, while the aircrew attempted to aid ground units in an encounter with a barricaded suspect. Video captured from the helicopter showed 10 laser flashes in the cockpit. Temporarily blinded and disoriented, the deputies abandoned the operation and landed. Pilot Stephen Bowman walked to the suspect’s residence and arrested him.

Police said the man at first denied committing the crime but later confessed. He plead guilty to the third-degree felony in November 2018 and was sentenced in late March. The crime carries a maximum sentence of five years. In March, a Florida man was arrested for the same crime after he shined a laser pointer at a Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office helicopter. He was apprehended by deputies and faces a felony charge.

SOURCE: www.bradenton.com

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Submit Your Best FLIR Capture for 24th Annual FLIR Vision Awards

FLIR Vision AwardsThe tactical use of airborne thermal imaging can be one of the most powerful tools available to law enforcement. With the FLIR Vision Awards, FLIR Systems strives to recognize state and local law enforcement agencies for their contributions to public safety through the use of tactical, airborne thermal imagery.

Each year, FLIR asks law enforcement operators to submit their video footage taken during rescues, pursuits, apprehensions, and surveillance operations. Entries should highlight the tactical use of EO/IR technology and the importance of the airborne imaging system in the successful completion of the mission. Submissions can be made here.

The deadline for entry is May 15, 2019, so don’t delay. Awards will be presented on Thursday, July 18 at APSCON 2019 in Omaha, NE. Footage from each winning video will be shown as part of the awards ceremony, as well as highlights from all submitting agencies.

SOURCE: FLIR Systems, Inc.

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Chula Vista Releases Video of Motorcycle Chase

The Chula Vista Police Department, which recently Chula Vista UAS Videoreceived approval to operate its unmanned aircraft systems beyond-line-of-sight, released a video from one of its UAS during a February chase. The department said it released the video to demonstrate how its drones are helping fight crime. The video can be viewed here.

In the video, a man on a motorcycle is chased by a woman in a white car. At one point, the motorcycle speeds off on a sidewalk, and the two vehicles zig-zag down several Chula Vista streets. The UAS flew overhead throughout the incident, beaming video back to Chula Vista Police headquarters. "At the time, all of our officers were occupied with other emergency calls, so we didn't have any officers to respond at first," Chula Vista Police Captain Phil Collum said. The images from the drone led responding officers to the scene, where they arrested the motorcyclist and driver.

SOURCE: www.fox5sandiego.com

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Maryland Recognizes Pilot for Outstanding Achievements

Maryland State Police Pilot 2Last month, Maryland State Police Aviation Command (MSPAC) recognized Instructor Pilot Brian J. Payne with its Pilot of the Year Award. Brian "BJ" Payne of MSPAC Trooper 2 (Washington Section) has held the titles of line pilot, pilot in command, and instructor pilot. He has earned a stellar reputation for selflessness, dependability, resourcefulness, and most importantly, mentorship. Payne’s extensive background in helicopter maintenance and operations has been invaluable in creating lesson plans and educating MSP’s internal and external partners regarding capabilities and requirements.

Payne began his career with MSPAC in June 2011 following an exemplary 22-year career with the U.S. Marine Corps. His skill was critical in the development, editing and updating the agency’s Aviation Standardization Manual, which establishes specific training standards. He selflessly mentor’s younger pilots, including creating monthly scenarios which test knowledge and develop decision-making skills regarding weather and emergency procedures. His outstanding achievements and dedication reflect greatly upon himself and MSPAC.

SOURCE: LinkedIn

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Arlington Police Credit UAS for Helping Catch Criminal

Arlington Police UASThe Arlington (TX) Police Department apprehended a criminal running from officers using an unmanned aircraft system on March 26. Police officials said the department was serving a narcotics warrant when the suspect fled. Officers watched the man via UAS footage as he moved through his backyard and jumped a fence. He then continued through another backyard, before being intercepted by waiting police. Video of the incident is available here.

The Arlington Police Department operates a fleet of 12 UAS, with 10 police officers licensed to pilot them. Sergeant Neil Landfield serves as team leader and piloted the drone during the late March incident. The man was charged with possession of marijuana and taken to the Tarrant County Jail. He was later discovered to have two felony warrants out for his arrest.

SOURCE: www.fox4news.com and www.nbcdfw.com

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Call for Entries for 2019 Night Vision Awards: Deadline June 3

Night Vision AwardsThe Night Vision Awards selection committee announced last month that they are now taking nominations for the 2019 Night Vision Awards to be held at APSCON in Omaha, NE this summer. Any flight operation using any night vision systems is eligible for consideration. Entries will be accepted until June 3. The awards will be presented to recipients on Thursday, July 18 at an awards reception in the CHI Health Center Junior Ballroom from 16:30-17:30 p.m., which is open to all.

The Night Vision Awards are a biennial event with ceremonies hosted by Aviation Specialties Unlimited, Night Flight Concepts, Vertical Magazine and Rotorcraft Pro Magazine. The purpose of the awards is to promote operational leadership and excellence in the use of night vision in North America and around the world. “There are so many unheralded things that helicopters pilots and crews do every day that saves lives,” said Night Vision Awards emcee Scott Emerine. “We look forward to honoring some of them at this awards ceremony.”

Award nomination packets can be downloaded or filled out here. Operators must be present at APSCON to be eligible. Nominators are asked to submit photos, videos, and stories about their use of night vision systems along with their nomination form. Applicants: please email supporting materials to scott@brandingiron.com.

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Washington Department Launches UAS Program

Washington Dept UAS ProgramThe Poulsbo (WA) Police Department has launched a new unmanned aircraft systems program, intended to assist the department in investigations, suspect searches, public works inspections and fire department support missions. Sergeant Howard Leeming, who leads the program, said the department’s greatest need is for search and rescue operations like helping distressed boaters. “I can get out over the water in five minutes,” he said. “I can get over the top of that boater in distress or kayaker and talk to them…I can do that before the fire department literally has even gotten to the pier to get into their boat to get out there.”

Leeming said the UAS could also help track down suspects and keep officers safe. For the Poulsbo Fire Department, the UAS is expected to provide a new perspective on building and brush fires. The program has been in the works since last summer, Leeming said. He crafted the department’s policies for drone use by reviewing those of other state agencies. The department expects three officers to earn FAA drone pilot certifications in the coming months.

SOURCE: www.kitsapsun.com

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Public Safety Pilots Attend Wire Avoidance Training

Pilots Attend Wire TrainingHelicopter pilots from Southern California fire, police and EMS departments attended wire avoidance training at Chino Airport in San Bernardino County in mid-April. The safety seminar, hosted by Southern California Edison, drew 18 helicopters and more than 140 first responders, including crews from the Los Angeles Fire Department, California Highway Patrol and Long Beach Police Department. It was the first ever wire avoidance seminar hosted by Southern California Edison.

“We are coming together as a community to save lives,” said TC Corell, SCE Air Operations chief pilot, who organized and led the seminar. “One of the deadliest forms of accidents in our industry are wire strikes, and it’s the same accident over and over again.” The first responder pilots gathered to learn about flying safely at low altitudes among electrical wire and power infrastructure. Annual data shows two wire strikes involving aircraft in the U.S. occur each week on average. The seminar addressed optical illusions, where wires seem to disappear due to the sun, lack of contrast or obscuring terrain, and stressed that pilots must look at where the wiring hardware is positioned. Instructors also noted not all power lines, especially guy wires, are depicted on aeronautical maps.

SOURCE: www.verticalmag.com

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APSA Online Meetings: May Schedule

Online MeetingsAPSA conducts regularly scheduled online meetings for safety officers and maintenance technicians as well as UAS and SAR operators via a conference call you can join using your computer, device or phone. Online meetings are open to any APSA member. Contract maintenance providers to APSA members are welcome to participate in the maintenance meeting as well. To receive meeting information and be added to the mailing list, send an email to safety@publicsafetyaviation.org.

For May 2019, the online meeting for safety officers will be conducted today, May 10, from 1:00-2:00 PM EDT (1700 UTC). The UAS meeting will be on Wednesday, May 29, from 1:00-2:00 PM EDT (1700 UTC).

Online meetings this summer include one for maintenance technicians on Thursday, June 13, from 1:00-2:00 PM EDT (1700 UTC); and a SAR meeting will be conducted on Wednesday, August 21, from 1:00-2:00 PM EDT (1700 UTC).

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Airbus Celebrates Golden Anniversary

Airbus Golden AnniversaryThis month, Airbus Helicopters Inc. is celebrating 50 years of supporting U.S. helicopter operators. The company’s U.S. operations began in 1969 with the establishment of Vought Helicopter, Inc. in Texas, which France’s Aerospatiale took over in 1974. Six years later, in 1980, Airbus Helicopters Inc. opened the doors to its current facilities in Grand Prairie, TX, which is now home to the U.S. headquarters. With the merger of the helicopter divisions of Aerospatiale and MBB in 1992, the company was renamed American Eurocopter Corporation. In 2003, it expanded its presence in the United States and opened a production facility in Columbus, Mississippi.

After a series of product development, sales and delivery milestones, the company assumed the Airbus branding in 2014. Today, Airbus Helicopters Inc. proudly manufactures, markets, sells, assembles, supports and provides training solutions for Airbus helicopters in the United States. With more than 700 skilled and dedicated employees, Airbus Helicopters Inc. continues to strengthen its position as market leader in civil and commercial helicopters.

Source: Airbus

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PAvCon Europe 2019 - The Networking ContinuesPAvCon

PAvCon Europe 2019 will take place in Amsterdam, June 4-5. The venue for the event is the Renaissance Hotel at Shiphol East, the general aviation section of the International Airport. The Dutch Police Air Support Unit will be this year’s host. APSA will once again be on hand to support and network with our European counterparts. So stop by, say hi, and let us know what APSA can do for you. Complete information on PAvCon Europe 2019 can be found in the Event Guide.

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New York State Police's New Huey Makes Rescue

NY State New HueyThe New York State Police Aviation Unit has added another helicopter, a Bell UH-1-A Huey, which was used to assist NY State Forest Rangers in a rescue on April 23. Four 17-year-old hikers became stranded near the summit of Mount Colden that day, and the new Huey was called in to perform a hoist rescue. New York State Police acquired the helicopter via the Department of Defense 1033 Property Program in July 2018. It was flown to the department’s headquarters in Albany last November for required inspections and maintenance. Rescue hoist equipment, radio communications and updated navigational databases were installed.

The New York State Police used four Hueys in more than 250 flights in 2018 and has put them to work in a variety of situations in the past, including damage assessments. The helicopters took to the air for citizen rescues after tropical storms Sandy and Irene and have assisted in putting out forest fires.

SOURCE: www.pressrepublican.com

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Texas Police Department Launches UAS Unit

Texas Police UASThe San Angelo (TX) Police Department recently launched a small unmanned aircraft systems program. The department’s newly formed unit includes multiple officers holding FAA Part 107 certificates to operate UAS. The unit’s missions are expected to include video and photographic documentation of crime and accident scenes, searches in large or inaccessible locations, HAZMAT incidents, critical incident support, assistance to fire suppression efforts, disaster area damage assessments and search and rescue operations. The unit has already used the aircraft onsite at crash scenes, crime scenes and searches.

SOURCE: www.sanangelolive.com   

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New York Police Helicopter Pilot Shortage Could Create Risk

NY Pilot ShortageThe Nassau County (NY) Police Department has a shortage of police helicopter pilots, and some believe the situation could become a public safety risk. The department uses its helicopters to search for suspects and missing swimmers and transport critically injured people to trauma centers. But Nassau Police Benevolent Association President James McDermott said pilots have not been available many times over the past year. The department currently has four pilots.

The Suffolk County Police Department and New York Police Department can provide aviation support when Nassau County is unavailable. The union said the county needs to train more pilots, and State Legislator Denise Ford said it has become “a matter of public safety." The police department said two new pilots should be ready to fly soon.

SOURCE: www.longisland.news12.com

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Howard County Explores UAS Program After Ending Aviation Unit

Howard County UASThe Howard County (MD) Police Department has announced it is looking into the use of unmanned aircraft systems in the wake of cancelling its police aviation program on April 30. Faced with a historic budget deficit, the department said UAS might be used to enhance and support police operations. The department has formed a working group that “will examine the technology, cost, usefulness, transparency, training and privacy issues in launching a program,” according to a press release.

The end of the manned aviation program is expected to save the county more than $300,000 in the next fiscal year and nearly $1.8 million over the next four years. The county believes a UAS program offers a cost-effective alternative. Howard County will continue to receive aviation support through partner agencies, including Anne Arundel County, Maryland State Police and other jurisdictions with aviation units.

SOURCE: www.wusa9.com and www.baltimoresun.com

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LAFD Partners With DJI to Advance UAS Operations

LAFD PartnersThe Los Angeles (CA) Fire Department (LAFD) has partnered with unmanned aircraft systems provider DJI to create, test and deploy drone technology as an emergency response and preparedness tool. The agreement marks one of DJI’s largest partnerships with a firefighting agency in the U.S. and will provide LAFD with access to new technologies, training and support.

“We are excited to be strengthening our partnership with…LAFD, one of the nation’s preeminent public safety agencies, to help them take advantage of DJI’s drone technology that has been purpose-built for the public safety sector,” DJI’s Bill Chen said. Through the agreement, LAFD will continue to deploy and test drone technology developed by DJI for the fire and rescue service industry. To date, the agency has flown more than 175 missions using DJI platforms.

SOURCE: www.dronedj.com

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U.K. UAS Unit Creates Partnerships With National Lifesaving Agencies

UK UASThe Essex (U.K.) Police, Maritime and Coastguard Agency and Royal National Lifeboat Institution have begun a 12-month trial to assess unmanned aircraft systems use in coastal search and rescue missions. During the trial, the Essex Police UAS Unit will help search for casualties in hazardous locations, direct coastguard and lifeboat crews and enable emergency services to assess situations before deploying personnel. Results of the trial will help the national lifesaving agencies examine UAS for future search and rescue activity.

Phil Hanson, aviation technical assurance manager for the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, said the trial would allow rescuers to make more informed decisions and help make the coast safer. “One thing we need to stress is that the drones will not replace our coastguard helicopters, coastguard rescue teams…or independent lifeboats,” he said. The Essex Police UAS team will provide a live view of the county's coast, investigate suspicious behavior, respond to welfare concerns and search for missing people.

SOURCE: www.eadt.co.uk

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APSA Welcomes New Members

APSA would like to welcome the following corporate and individual members who joined during April 2019:

Corporate Members:APSA Corporate

Aircraft Specialties, Inc.
HeliLadder of Blue Moon Designs, LLC
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Individual Members:

Krystal Bitzer, Spokane County (WA) Sheriff's OfficeAPSA Individual
Gregory Burgess, Minnesota State Patrol
Angelo Cedeno, Broward County (FL) Sheriff's Office Aviation Unit
Dave Crago, NNSA/OST
John Cummins, Cedar Park (TX) Homeland Security & Emergency Management
Clint Dixon, Austin (TX) Police Department Air Support Unit
Brian Dorsa, Louisiana Department of Wildlife & Fisheries
Michael Evans, Nevada Division of Forestry
Jeff Goodspeed, Huntington Beach (CA) Police Department Air Support Unit
Bradley Griffi , Edmond (OK) Police Department
Luke Heyman, Sarasota County (FL) Sheriff's Office Aviation Unit
Ed Jones, Broadcast Microwave Services
Mark Kitchen, York Regional Police
Sarah-Jane Leech, Australian Defence Force
Larry Lupton, Tom Green (TX) County Sheriff's Office
James Mason, Austin (TX) Police Department Air Support Unit
Ewan Maxwell, New South Wales Police Force
Brad McAvoy, Saskatoon Police Service Air Support Unit
Chris McCoy, Broward County (FL) Sheriff's Office Aviation Unit
John Moss, Modesto (CA) Police Department
Bruce Mullen, Transportation Safety Bureau of Canada
Ronny Rivera, Pasco (FL) Sheriff's Office
Edwin Rosario, Broward County (FL) Sheriff's Office Aviation Unit
James Schuth, Austin (TX) Police Department Air Support Unit
Karim Slate, Orange County (CA) Fire Authority
Joel Swanson, Kern County (CA) Sheriff's Office Air Support Unit
Probyn Thompson, Air Probe UAV
DuWayne Tinsley, Broward County (FL) Sheriff's Office Aviation Unit
Remco van der Cruijsen, Dutch National Police, Air Support Unit
Pedro Vargas-Lebron, Austin (TX) Police Department Air Support Unit
Jeff Welton, Spokane County (WA) Sheriff's Office
Bryan Wey, Sterling Helicopter
Ben White, Australian Defence Force
Keith Whittington, Asheville (NC) Police Department
Jacob Willis, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources

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