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on Jan 17, 2023

Police officers conducted a course on tactical medicine to more than 100 cadets, who learned how to provide emergency aid to victims of russian violence.

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Police officers conducted a course on tactical medicine to more than 100 cadets, who learned how to provide emergency aid to victims of russian violence. In Donetsk, Russians continue to violently destroy cities and civilian infrastructure. Every second matters when saving a life, and police officers are often first on the scene. Their ability to provide life-saving care is often what makes the difference.

The cadets learned what they must do, with available resources - sometimes with tourniquets and individual first-aid kits, but sometimes with just improvised items found close by. At the end of the course, the graduates received tactical Individual First Aid Kits, donated by the Ukrainian World Congress.

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