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  • Officer Sweeney is Living Proof

    <p>“Britt’s phenomenal. She’s an absolute warrior,” says Ed Hinchey, Safariland SAVES Club® Manager. Officer Britt Sweeney, of the Seattle PD, is SAVE #1704. Officer Sweeney was only on her second day with her training officer when she was involved in a critical incident. She had just completed a traffic stop. Her training officer, Tim Brenton, &hellip; <a href="http://blog.safariland.com/safariland-hq/officer-sweeney-living-proof/" class="more-link">Continue reading <span class="screen-reader-text">Officer Sweeney is Living Proof</span> <span class="meta-nav">&rarr;</span></a></p> Read more

  • Mother and Daughter: Saves 1988 and 1989

    <p>SAFARILAND GROUP WELCOMES FIRST BABY SAVE On April 9, 2017, Paramedic Danielle (Dani) Kamenar and her partner were transporting a patient who was suffering shortness of breath when the patient suddenly became combative and struck Kamenar in the abdomen. Paramedic Kamenar was 32 weeks pregnant at the time and was immediately admitted into the hospital. &hellip; <a href="http://blog.safariland.com/safariland-hq/saves-club/mother-daughter-saves-1988-1989/" class="more-link">Continue reading <span class="screen-reader-text">Mother and Daughter: Saves 1988 and 1989</span> <span class="meta-nav">&rarr;</span></a></p> Read more

  • 2000 Lives Saved

    <p>Every single number from one to 2000 has special significance to us at The Safariland Group. The numbers represent individual people. Officers or first responders who put their lives on the line, and were saved by Safariland armor or gear. In 2017, we reached a historic milestone with SAVE #2000. We felt this was a &hellip; <a href="http://blog.safariland.com/safariland-hq/saves-club/2000-lives-saved/" class="more-link">Continue reading <span class="screen-reader-text">2000 Lives Saved</span> <span class="meta-nav">&rarr;</span></a></p> Read more

  • Welcome Save #2000, Brandy Pierce

    <p>Welcome Save #2000, Brandy Pierce On September 24, 2017, Officer Brandy Pierce responded to a call reporting a suspect maliciously breaking into vehicles. Upon arrival, the suspect quickly fled on a bicycle so Officer Pierce released her K-9 partner Lex who tackled and detained the suspect. As Officer Pierce approached to remove the K-9 and &hellip; <a href="http://blog.safariland.com/safariland-hq/saves-club/welcome-save-2000-brandy-pierce/" class="more-link">Continue reading <span class="screen-reader-text">Welcome Save #2000, Brandy Pierce</span> <span class="meta-nav">&rarr;</span></a></p> Read more