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Aids to Survival

Aids to Survival

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Twenty Second Edition [First Issued 1979]
June 2002
This book is a Western Australia Police Academy Publication and is available free of chargeto individuals from their local Police Station. Organisations or groups requiring larger quantities can access and download this publication from our website[www.police.wa.gov.au]. The book is offered as an ongoing service in the interest of community safety. The contents are not subject to copyright and there are no restrictions oncopying in any form by interested individuals and groups.In keeping with the mission of the Western Australia Police Service to work in partnershipwith the community to create a safer and more secure Western Australia by providing quality police services the Command & Land Operations Unit at the Western Australia PoliceAcademy invite comments, affirmations and suggestions for possible inclusion in futureeditions in an endeavour to improve this publication. Comments may be forwarded to theCommand & Land Operations Unit at the Western Australia Police Academy.A copy of this publication has been deposited in the Australian National Library.ISBN: 0-646-36303-4
This Western Australia Police Academy publication was initially written and compiled bySergeant Bert O’Meagher APM, Officer In Charge, Command & Land Operations Unit at theWestern Australia Police Academy in collaboration with First Class Constable Dennis Reidand Dr Ross Harvey MBBS Dobst RCOG.The Command & Land Operations Unit was introduced to provide members of the WesternAustralia Police Service with the necessary skills and knowledge to carry out their duties inoutback Western Australia and to enable them to co-ordinate or participate in emergencyoperations and advise on outback safety. In keeping with the WA Police Service mission to provide a safer and more secure Western Australia the unit is concerned with the education of interested community groups and individuals.Originally the book was produced to provide members of the Western Australia PoliceService with a locally produced source of reference for use in training and for disseminationto the public. To this end the book has proved to be extremely successful, this being the 22ndedition with over 435,000 copies being distributed since its introduction in 1979.The book is required reading for several community groups, youth organisations, educationinstitutions and industry trainers throughout Western Australia. It is now available on theInternet under the WA Police Service website.A dedicated group of community minded individuals and organisations have contributedinformation and items over the years and their efforts and contributions are much appreciated.Contributors include - Peter Bindon, Vern Delgado, Arthur Connor, Graham Brammer,Ronele and Eric Gard, Richard Lushey, John Evans [CALM], The Duke of Edinburgh’sAward [WA], The Royal Lifesaving Society [WA], St John Ambulance [WA], Red Cross[WA], Bureau Of Meteorology [WA], Australian Communications Authority and SergeantPhil Ramsay [WA Police]. Diagrams were originally drawn by Western AustralianGovernment Print.Staff at the Western Australia Police Academy Command & Land Operations Unit who havecontributed to the book include Senior Constable Paul McKee, Senior Constable IanThomson, Senior Constable David Stark, Senior Constable Douglas Fleetwood andSenior Constable Glen Blackwell.Thanks are also extended to students of classes conducted by the Western Australia PoliceAcademy Command & Land Operations Unit and members of the community of WesternAustralia who have provided valuable comment and feedback.M.W. SHERVILL.SUPERINTENDENTPRINCIPALWESTERN AUSTRALIA POLICE ACADEMY.June-02

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