Not your average day in Beaufort

Week 10 of the Beaufort County Senior Leadership program kicked off with the objective of informing participants about Beaufort County and City Law Enforcement resources.
Sheriff P.J. Tanner started the day with an overview of the operations and responsibilities of the Sheriff’s Department.  Highlights were K-9 Unit demos, live action sniper and SWAT team exercises, and a tour of all equipment used by various departments. Presentations by trained professionals included Divers, Robotics and Bomb Detection, Marine/Waterway Law Enforcement, Hostile Event Control, and Negotiation and Communication. COMMUNITY -safety 2

The afternoon program at the Port Royal Firehouse and Training Facility commenced with a series of informative sessions on topics such as emergency preparedness and disaster response; Port Royal Police Department’s operational platform, paramedic and emergency medical services capabilities and a thorough analysis of the enhanced Fire Department responsibilities.  The day concluded with hands-on EMS and Fire Department equipment demonstrations.

Beaufort County Senior Leadership thanks all of the first responders and safety professionals who help ensure that Beaufort County is a safe place to live.

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