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  • Best Medicine, Worst Places: Dallas Police Tactical Medical Support Team

    Public Safety Committee June 11, 2012

    www.dallaspolice.net

  • Overview

    Review need for law enforcement medicine

    Provide an overview of current capabilities

    Examine department-wide impact

    Discuss future directions and program

    expansion

    2

  • Program Goals

    Mitigate inherent risk of officer injury with timely, efficient care

    Improve community relations Improve community safety Initiate Trauma Center-level care immediately

    after injuryno Golden Hour

    Best medicine, worst places

    3

  • Duncanville Road Shootout 2004

    4

    Injuries

    Gunshot wound: Femoral artery Shock

    Gunshot wound: Upper arm

    Gunshot wound: Elbow

    Shock

    Immediate Treatment

    None

    None

    None

  • Initial Formation

    5

    Formed: 9/11/2004 Operational: 11/1/2004 Continuous development All hazards coverage

    Dr. Paul Pepe Lt. Robert Owens

  • Tactical EMS: Altered Care Priorities vs. Standard EMS

    6

    HOT zone = receiving effective fire

    WARM zone = behind cover

    COLD zone = NOT under fire

    M assive Bleed A irway R espiration C irculation H ead

  • Dallas Police Tactical Medicine

    7

  • Three Core Divisions

    Direct Medical Support On scene Integrated

    Training Medical Direction/Consultation

    8

  • Direct Medical Support 11/2004 - present

    SWAT >2,190 operations

    Warrants, Barricaded Suspects, Dignitary Protection

    Narcotics >100 High Risk Warrants

    Special Events White Rock Marathon, TX-OU, NBA, Superbowl,

    Sheltering

    Component of Tactical Planning Process 9

  • Direct Medical Support

    10 10

  • Direct Medical Support 11/2004 - present

    11

  • Medical Training Programs

    Police Officer/EMTs Training Section (Basic) Firearms Training Center

    Self-Aid/Buddy-Aid (SABA) Hi Risk Units (SWAT, Op Disruption, Gang, Love Field) Patrol rifle Critical Incident Response Program Adapt and borrow

    No budget for SABA

    12

  • 13

    August 29, 2006 Radisson Hotel, 4th Floor Hostage Officer J. Borchardt

    SABA First Save

  • Borchardt Save

    14

  • Borchardt Save

    15

  • Borchardt Save

    16

  • SABA Most Recent Save

    May 7, 2012 Sgt. Chuck Young Critical Incident Response Team (CIRT)

    Vehicle

    Shooting Civilian saved

    CBS 11 TV Coverage

    17

  • Tourniquet

    18

  • Other Medical Programs

    DPD EMTs Mental Health Officer Program Injured Officer Advocacy Facility AEDs Dallas County Jail/Wait Times/Jail Health In-custody death review Taser/Less Lethal Weapon Injury and Use review Multiple research programs

    International Association of Chiefs of Police Reducing Officer Injuries Study

    19

  • Unique Partnerships

    UTSW Donation: Time; Malpractice Coverage

    2011: 1,250 hours = $281,250 2004-Present: $2,053,125

    Numerous physician visits and access Injured Officer Advocacy

    Parkland Hospital Pharmaceuticals

    City of Dallas Vehicles, LE equipment & Training (sworn members)

    20

  • Unique Partnerships

    21

  • 2012-2013 Initiatives 24/7 Medical Officer on Call Coverage

    Injured Officer/Major Events (COMPLETE) Fusion Center/Public Health (COMPLETE)

    Department-wide SABA Deployment Training and Equipment

    Expansion of coverage: Dive Team Explosive Ordinance Disposal

    In-custody death review changes Workers comp/injured officer process overhaul

    22

  • Summary

    Unique partnership City of Dallas, DPD and UTSW leadership Chief Kunkle, Chief Brown

    Proven track record, continuous development

    Anticipated future projects

    23

  • QUESTIONS?

    24

    ADP6A.tmpBest Medicine, Worst Places:Dallas Police Tactical Medical Support Team Overview Program GoalsDuncanville Road Shootout2004Initial FormationTactical EMS: Altered Care Priorities vs. Standard EMSDallas Police Tactical MedicineThree Core DivisionsDirect Medical Support 11/2004 - presentDirect Medical SupportDirect Medical Support11/2004 - presentMedical Training ProgramsSABA First SaveBorchardt SaveBorchardt SaveBorchardt SaveSABA Most Recent SaveTourniquetOther Medical ProgramsUnique PartnershipsUnique Partnerships2012-2013 InitiativesSummaryQUESTIONS?

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