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Sault Ste. Marie Police Services
580 Second Line East
Sault Ste. Marie  Ontario  P6B 4K1
705 949 6300 ext 322
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Retail Price Leading Bidder Reserve Met
$250.00 QS258VT Yes
Starting Bid Leading Bid Closing Time
December.3, 2017, 9:00:00 PM
Reserve Price Minimum Bid Increment

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With the implementation of Provincial Adequacy Standards, the Sault Ste. Marie Police Service put into operation an Emergency Services Unit in 1998. It is the tactical unit of the Sault Ste. Marie Police Service. It is mandated to deal with high risk situations like gun calls, hostage taking, barricaded persons, emotionally disturbed persons, high risk arrests and warrant service, and protection details. The Emergency Services Unit responds to high-risk situations that occur outside the scope of duties of responding patrol units and support the Service`s Canine Unit.
Members of the Emergency Services Unit also participate in every day patrol functions and augment staffing within the City of Sault Ste. Marie and Township of Prince. They patrol in a proactive, reactive, and crime preventative manner while enforcing all federal, provincial, and municipal statutes along with all uniform patrol officers.
Emergency Services Unit members must maintain the highest level of physical agility and personal health at all times in order to meet the crisis challenges of tactical situations.
Training is an intense, ongoing process. Members attend the Basic Tactical Orientation Course hosted by the Toronto Police Service`s Emergency Task Force which is five weeks in length. This is followed by regular and specialized training in weaponry and skills such as rappelling, hostage rescue, and crisis intervention first response. It is their goal to provide an effective response using the minimum amount of force.
Members of the Emergency Services Unit are often equipped with specialized firearms and utilize equipment including heavy body armour, ballistic shields, entry tools, and armoured vehicles.

Conditions/Disclaimer - THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER THIS YEAR WILL GET A CHANCE TO SPEND THE DAY WITH BOTH THE CANINE AND THE EMERGENCY SERVICES UNIT. The successful bidder will be able to participate in various training exercises that both units train for, for potential real world calls. For example, tracking persons that may be lost, missing or involved in a criminal activity, the apprehension of criminals by the canine, searching for narcotics and firearms. The successful bidder will have an opportunity to complete the fitness testing that members of the units must successfully pass, if that person wishes. Members of the ESU will explain some of the tactics that are used and why they are used and give the successful bidder an opportunity to view the equipment that they use on a regular basis

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