Kiss The Fiddler

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Saturday, August 20, 2011


I spent the last week helping to teach a class at the Montana Law Enforcement Academy. We taught Child Passenger Safety to 5 new MHP and an instructor. These guys were serious, polite and very professional. I am proud to have been involved in teaching their class. I hope they take their new passion for child passenger safety to the communities they serve.

Here are some pictures of my week.

A Trooper getting ready to install an infant only seat during a skills test.

Another Trooper working on a convertible seat during skills test.

A Trooper demonstrating the proper positioning of a Locking Clip during a skills test.

Pile o'noodles and some shelf liner. These are approved items to help attain the correct positioning of a seat and to protect the auto seat from the sometimes sharp edges of the child restraint.

MHP cruiser.

Me enjoying the breeze during a lunch break.

It was a good week.


1 comment:

Life as a Convert (Khourt) said...

Love the pics. Wish more people were concerned about car seat safety. Drives me mad when I see kids not properly restrained.