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Rendering aid after use of deadly force

Considerations following an officer-involved shooting

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If you shoot a person, trying to save their life may not be your first instinct, but when it can be done safely it is the right thing to do. In this tip, risk management expert and Lexipol co-founder Gordon Graham outlines the steps to render aid after an officer-involved shooting.

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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.

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