Hubli LEADer Helps Police Protect Themselves

Posted on Sunday, November 10, 2013 by LEAD

One duty of the police is to protect civilians through the regulation of traffic by standing at traffic signals.  But while the police are serving us, they are putting themselves at risk for contracting major respiratory health problems due to the dust and air pollution caused from exhaust.  LEADer Mahesh Koujalagi from JG College of Commerce, Hubli, wanted to help the traffic police.  He approached 50 traffic police, gathered them at the Central Traffic Police Station, and gave them a seminar about the health risks associated with breathing polluted air.  In addition, Mahesh distributed masks to 150 traffic police.  Mahesh believes that precaution is better than a cure, and his project has done just that!

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