BayCare Clinic doctor to help train international law enforcement
Thu, Jun 2, 2016
GREEN BAY – BayCare Clinic’s Dr. Steve Stroman will discuss tactics for medical treatment of downed officers during the International Police Association’s United States training conference in Green Bay from June 6-10.
Stroman, an emergency medicine and EMS physician, and medical director at Fox Valley Technical College’s public safety training center, is among the experts who will offer instruction during the conference at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College. Topics include officer safety, guns, active shooter training, social media, drone use and more.
“It’s an opportunity to lend our local expertise and best practices to international efforts to better train and prepare law enforcement worldwide for challenging and sometimes life-threatening situations,” Stroman said.
The International Police Association is an independent body consisting of active and retired members of the police service. Its purpose is to create bonds of friendship and promote international cooperation. The association has 64 national sections and more than 420,000 members and associate members.
For registration information, visit the International Police Association website or email Officer Joe Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About BayCare Clinic
BayCare Clinic, www.baycare.net, is the largest physician-owned specialty-care clinic in northeastern Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. With its 100-plus physicians, BayCare Clinic offers expertise in more than 20 specialties, serving clinical locations in 13 regional communities. Based in Green Bay, Wis., BayCare Clinic is a joint partner in Aurora BayCare Medical Center.