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Why police officers should wear sunglasses

Be smart about when and where you don shades

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Most of us know that the sun’s rays are bad for our skin and that sunscreen is important protection from sunburn, skin cancer and other sun damage. Those sunny rays can also cause serious damage to our eyes.

In this tip, risk management expert and Lexipol co-founder Gordon Graham details how cops can best protect their eyesight.

Tactical Sunglasses
Protect your eyes from sun, particles and debris

Get more tips from Gordon here.

Gordon Graham has been actively involved in law enforcement since 1973. He spent nearly 10 years as a very active motorcycle officer while also attending Cal State Long Beach to achieve his teaching credential, USC to do his graduate work in Safety and Systems Management with an emphasis on Risk Management, and Western State University to obtain his law degree. In 1982 he was promoted to sergeant and also admitted to the California State Bar and immediately opened his law offices in Los Angeles.