WHAT IS THE Safety & Training CONTEST?
Aftermath has a longstanding commitment to raise awareness around biohazard safety, particularly within the law enforcement community. We recognize that first responders work on the frontlines of active shooters, crime, and accident situations, where they regularly come in contact with blood and other biological materials. To educate and protect these first responders, we introduced the Aftermath Safety and Training Contest. Safety training and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) are among the most effective way to limit exposure risk and control the spread of bloodborne pathogens.
This year, Aftermath is expanding the Safety and Training Contest. Not only will departments be awarded PPE kits (up to 50) for their officers, Aftermath will be awarding six departments up to $10,000 in total funds that can be used for a variety of safety and training programs, ranging from bloodborne pathogen awareness to active shooter training.
Additionally, individual officers and first responders can also enter to win their very own PPE Kit. Aftermath will be choosing 250 individual winners!
WHEN CAN I ENTER?
Check back in February 2021 for more information!
WHO CAN ENTER?
All first responders and agencies are eligible to enter the contest, as an individual and/or on behalf of a department. The department prize includes: PPE kits for the department* and funding for safety and training programs. The individual prize includes: a portable PPE kit.
A HUGE THANK YOU TO THE 2020 WINNERs!
Over the years this contest drawn almost 3,000 officers from 2,000 departments across the country.
2020 Winning departments
River Forest Police Department, River Forest, IL
Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office, Tampa, FL
Bradenton Police Department, Bradenton, FL
Prescott Valley Police Department, Prescott Valley, AZ
Warner Robins Police Department, Warner Robins, GA
Ennis Police Department, Ennis, TX
2020 INDIVIDUAL PPE KIT WINNERS
(represented by region)
New England – 32 Departments
Mid-Atlantic – 96 Departments
Midwest – 70 Departments
South – 8 Departments
West – 3 Departments
Stay tuned for more information about next year’s contest!