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THE RESPONDER SAFETY LEARNING NETWORK GOES LIVE
ResponderSafety.Com from the Emergency Responder Safety Institute (ERSI) is now releasing free training modules on The Responder Safety Learning Network. To access The Responder Safety Learning Network, visit learning.respondersafety.com from your computer, tablet, or smartphone. The addition of The Responder Safety Learning Network to the established ResponderSafety.Com web site has created the single largest online hub for roadway emergency responder information and training in the world.
 
U.S. Senator Chris Coons Selected as Honorary Chairman of the CVVFA Emergency Responder Safety Institute
United States Senator Chris Coons of Delaware was named as Honorary Chairman of the Cumberland Valley Volunteer Firemen's Association Emergency Responder Safety Institute
 
Tragic Death of New York Trooper is a Life Lesson
A memorial still marks the spot on the Youngmann Highway where Trooper Kevin Dobson was killed in March. You would know what it is only if you know what happened there.
 
Service Set for Beaumont, Texas Officer Struck, Killed by Chase Suspect
The funeral service has been set for a southeast Texas police officer killed when a suspect fleeing authorities in a sport utility vehicle struck his police car. The funeral service for Bryan Mitchell Hebert, the 36-year-old Beaumont officer, will be Wednesday at 11 a.m. at the Beaumont Civic Center.
 
CVVFA Receives $297,500 Fire Grant to Launch a Responder Safety Learning Network
The Federal Emergency Management Agency in the Department of Homeland Security awarded the Cumberland Valley Volunteer Firemen’s Association (CVVFA) a Fire Prevention and Safety Grant to establish a Responder Safety Learning Network. The network will reach thousands of roadway responders with life safety training to protect them while helping others at highway incidents. The CVVFA is the parent organization of the Emergency Responder Safety Institute that operates ResponderSafety.com
 
Kentucky Jurors Deliberate on hit-and-run Death of Police Officer
A 12-member jury resumed deliberations Thursday on whether Glenn Doneghy should be convicted of murder in the hit-and-run death of Lexington police officer Bryan Durman last year.
 
Funeral Tuesday for Canadian Officer Struck, Killed by Van
Thousands are expected next week to attend the funeral of a 32-year-old police officer who was dragged to his death while conducting a routine traffic stop early Tuesday morning.
 
Tennessee: Motorhome Driver Who Struck, Killed Metro Officer on I-65 Charged
A 72-year-old driver who struck and killed a rookie Metro police officer while traveling on Interstate 65 earlier this year is now charged with reckless homicide. Dean Diver surrendered to Metro police Wednesday morning after he was indicted by a Davidson County grand jury. The accident involving Diver and Officer Michael Petrina occurred May 10.
 
Wisconsin: Homicide Charge File in Tow Truck Driver's Death
Authorities said 50-year-old Steven Dolan was driving the pickup truck that struck and killed Nathan Walsh last month along Interstate 94 near Osseo. The 38-year-old Walsh was wearing reflective gear and the wrecker's warning lights were operating when the pickup struck him and sideswiped his tow truck while he loaded a disabled car onto a flatbed. Walsh was pronounced dead at the scene. Other stories can be found at: http://www.leadertelegram.com/news/front_page/article_ba1dcd46-7207-11e4-8a20-e3d25b8abd0e.html http://www.news8000.com/news/la-crosse-man-charged-in-truck-drivers-death/29858088
 
Arizona: Suspect in Officer's Death Pleads Not Guilty
According to court records, Brian Yazzie was driving on a suspended license and had a blood-alcohol level more than three times the legal limit when he allegedly struck and killed Officer David Payne early Halloween morning. Bond was set at $750,000 for 31-year-old Brian Yazzie during his initial court appearance the Monday following the wreck. Payne was the second Chandler officer killed in a crash that week.
 
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