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Learn the Facts to Prevent Infection and Injury

Police and correctional officers face the dangers everyday: needles, knives and other sharp objects hidden in pockets, car seats and jail cells just waiting to inflict serious injury or infection. Not to mention the risk of contact with poisons, corrosives and body fluids carrying disease, such as Hepatitis or AIDS.

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