New tools may give Chattanooga police edge in active shooter incidents

This article was originally published on www.timesfreepress.com. If a craftsman is only as good as his tools, 10 local law enforcement agencies just became a little better thanks to the donation of 34 “dynamic entry kits” by a local nonprofit organization. Aegis Law Enforcement of Greater Chattanooga Inc., a foundation that has previously supported police and sheriff departments by purchasing…

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TN Valley law enforcement agencies receive equipment to enhance school safety

This article was originally published on wrcbtv.com. AEGIS Law Enforcement Foundation donated 34 kits on Thursday that included a halligan (a pry bar) a maul (sledgehammer/axe combination) and bolt/chain cutter. A law enforcement foundation is providing equipment to Tennessee Valley law enforcement agencies to enhance school safety and respond to emergencies faster. They can be used from hundreds of scenarios ranging…

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Mission BBQ raises $2,402 for AEGIS Law Enforcement Foundation

Mission BBQ raises $2,402 for AEGIS Law Enforcement Foundation

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (April 6, 2018) – Mission BBQ helped raise $2,402 on Thursday night for AEGIS Law Enforcement Foundation, which was the restaurant’s chosen charity for a pre-opening night. All proceeds from the Police Officers, Friends and Family Night were donated to AEGIS Law Enforcement Foundation, which is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the needs of local law enforcement agencies…

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John Cosgrove to head AEGIS Foundation

John Cosgrove to head AEGIS Foundation

This article was originally published on www.timesfreepress.com. A foundation that has helped area police and sheriff departments in the past buy body cameras, K9 dog vests, firearms simulators and other support equipment is turning its focus this year toward leadership development within area police agencies and helping officers maintain and help one another in their fitness for duty. Aegis Law Enforcement…

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K-9s Donated To Rhea County Sheriff’s Office And Red Bank Police Department

K-9s Donated To Rhea County Sheriff’s Office And Red Bank Police Department

This article was originally published on www.chattanoogan.com. AEGIS Law Enforcement Foundation of Greater Chattanooga introduced two fully trained law enforcement K-9s Tuesday at the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office West Annex. AEGIS donated the K-9s to the Rhea County Sheriff’s Office and Red Bank Police Department with the assistance of the Schillhahn-Huskey Foundation. AEGIS Executive Director John Cosgrove shared how nearly…

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2016 AEGIS Law Enforcement Foundation Luncheon Held Tuesday

2016 AEGIS Law Enforcement Foundation Luncheon Held Tuesday

This article was originally published on www.chattanoogan.com. Over 400 members of law enforcement, community stakeholders, elected officials, and members of the business community had the opportunity to attend the 2016 AEGIS Law Enforcement Foundation’s 2016 Annual Luncheon on Tuesday. “This year’s guest speaker was sheriff and internationally renowned law enforcement expert, Ray Nash. With more than 37 years of law enforcement…

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Firearms Simulator Ready for Local Hamilton County Law Enforcement Training

Firearms Simulator Ready for Local Hamilton County Law Enforcement Training

Hamilton County, Tenn. (Aug. 31, 2016) – The AEGIS Law Enforcement Foundation is proud to announce that its official fundraising campaign to raise funds to purchase an interactive firearms simulator for local Hamilton County Area Law Enforcement has been successfully concluded and a new simulator has been purchased. On Wednesday, September 7th, the AEGIS Law Enforcement Foundation will host a grand…

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Local law enforcement receive $12,000 donation for K-9 vests

Local law enforcement receive $12,000 donation for K-9 vests

This article was originally published on www.timesfreepress.com. A dozen K-9 police officers at law enforcement agencies in Hamilton and Bradley counties will soon sport new bulletproof vests after a local business donated $12,000 to equip the dogs. K-9 officers at the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office, Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, Collegedale Police Department and the Soddy Daisy Police Department will receive the vests. The…

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AEGIS LAW ENFORCEMENT FOUNDATION TO HOST TBI DIRECTOR MARK GWYN FOR 5TH ANNUAL LUNCHEON

AEGIS LAW ENFORCEMENT FOUNDATION TO HOST TBI DIRECTOR MARK GWYN FOR 5TH ANNUAL LUNCHEON

This article was originally published on www.chattanoogan.com. The AEGIS Law Enforcement Foundation of Greater Chattanooga will be hosting its fifth annual luncheon on Tuesday, from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Chattanoogan Hotel. The luncheon will feature keynote speaker Mark Gwyn, director of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI). This year’s event sponsors will have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience the Training Lab…

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