Thermal Imaging for Law Enforcement – Hopkinton, MA
November 12 - November 13$300.00
Thermal Imaging for Law Enforcement
Hosted by the Hopkinton Police Department
74 Main Street Hopkinton, MA
November 12-13, 2019
Law enforcement personnel can use thermal imaging technology to see their surroundings in a brand new way. From purchase considerations to tactical use of a thermal imaging cameras, this program will provide law enforcement official value information using affordable technology. Thermal imaging cameras can be used to better manage surveillance activities, locate and apprehend suspects, investigate crime scenes and conduct search-and-rescue operations. When officers are approaching an unknown scene, safety is a primary consideration.
Thermal imagers should be moved from the police station to the police car readily available for use. Whether responding to a domestic disturbance, an assault, or other an active shooter incident, an officer is at a disadvantage not knowing where the bad guys are.
With a thermal imager, an officer can stop and scan the property at a distance greatly reducing person risk. A wide array of content will be shared in this program. Following an interactive classroom presentation, participants will take to the field for a series of skill station and scenario based hands on exercises.
Lead Instructor: Andrew Starnes
Andrew is a nationally recognized expert in thermal imaging. While he specializes in fire service training, thermal imaging is used by other first responders including EMS and Law Enforcement. Level 1 Thermography Certified, Andrew teaches nation wide with the mission is to clarify the often complicated and confusing world of thermal imaging. A twenty-plus year veteran of the Charlotte (NC) Fire Department, he currently serves as a Battalion Chief.
For additional information contact Det. Sgt. Scott van Raalten 508-497-3401 x1208