Dennis Evers is a 12-year veteran police
officer. He has a degree in Criminology from Grossmont College and has completed dozens of additional specialty courses. He
was a Field Training Officer for 8 years, an Academy Instructor for 8 years, an officer for the Navajo County Sheriffs Dept.
for 9 years and Chief of Police, Taylor, Arizona for 3 years. He is currently an author and consultant.
Used by individuals, policemen,
firemen, paramedics, doctors, the military, government and large and small businesses alike, the Pocket Partner has well indexed
protocols, checklists and contacts for virtually every conceivable emergency. It features a comprehensive illustrated first
aid chapter with poison control numbers. It contains self-protective measures for suspicious mail, bomb threats, suicide bombers,
car bombs, radiological, biological and toxicological weapons, a full Haz Mat guide, over a thousand emergency phone numbers,
hurricane, tornado and earthquake scales and much more. Every concerned first responder, citizen, professional, school and
business should have one. In the event of an accident, major terrorist attack or weather related catastrophe, emergency services
may not be available, forcing most to rely on their own resources
About the Snowflake Taylor
Police DepartmentThe Snowflake-Taylor Police Department
is located at 602 S. Main Street in Snowflake, Arizona. The department services the communities of Snowflake
and Taylor, Arizona. Currently the department has 21 employees: Five full time dispatchers, one administrative
assistant / records clerk, one animal control officer and Fifteen full time certified police officers: Chief of Police, Lieutenant,
Two Sergeants, One Detective, One Task Force Officer, One School Resource/DARE Officer, and Eight Patrol Officers.
The police department is considering
options to improve and grow the department. The Department’s focus is to progress with the needs
of our growing communities.