WALHALLA — Two Oconee County Sheriff’s Office deputies and one of the Sheriff’s Office patrol vehicles will appear in an advertisement in a major law enforcement publication soon.
An advertisement featuring Deputy Nina McKee and Corporal Josh Sheriff, along with one of the new Chevrolet Caprice patrol vehicles, appears in the July issue of Police Magazine for Tactical Medical Solutions.
The page is an advertisement for the DOK (Downed Officer Kits) kits sold and marketed by Tactical Medical Solutions.
The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office provide all certified officers a DOK kits in 2013 thanks to donations and a fundraiser. Tactical Medical Solutions provided free training to the Sheriff’s Office.
The kits contain a tourniquet and other bandages and supplies that officers can use for basic first aid for themselves, other officers and the public until trained medical help can arrive.