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RTCIPF Gets Stop-The-Bleed Kits


Andy Brijmohansingh (third from left), Director of the National Emergency Medical Services Assistant presents several sets of Stop-The-Bleed Kits to Acting Commissioner of Police Rodney Adams (fourth from right). Sharing in the moment (from left) are supervisor at the National Emergency Medical Services, Lacey Davis; Assistant Commissioners of Police Kendall Grant and Darron Williams; and Assistant Superintendent of Police Drexell Porter. File…Stop-the-bleed

The Royal Turks and Caicos Islands Police Force (RTCIPF) received a valuable donation of stop-the-bleed kits from the National Emergency Medical Service, as reported in a news article.


The presentation of these kits took place on Monday, October 23rd, at the Police Headquarters located along Airport Road in Providenciales. The kits are specialized trauma kits designed to provide essential tools and supplies to police officers, enabling them to respond to and stop life-threatening bleeding in emergency situations until professional paramedics arrive. This prompt intervention can make a significant difference in saving lives.


The presentation ceremony featured Director Andy Brijmohansingh and Supervisor Lacey Davis representing the National Emergency Medical Service, who officially handed over the kits to Acting Commissioner of Police Mr. Rodney Adams. Commissioner Adams expressed his gratitude on behalf of the RTCIPF for this generous contribution, which will enhance the police force's capacity to handle critical medical emergencies.


The article also noted the presence of other high-ranking police officials during the handover, including Assistant Commissioners of Police Kendall Grant and Darron Williams, as well as Assistant Superintendent of Police Drexell Porter, underscoring the importance of this donation for the police force's ability to provide effective and immediate assistance in life-threatening situations.

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