Helping law enforcement agencies create a culture

of fitness and wellbeing in order to save lives.

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POLICE FITNESS CHALLENGE

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POLICE FITNESS CHALLENGE

The Story of
DEPUTY CURTIS BARTLETT

Curtis Bartlett was a Veteran, a Law Enforcement Officer, and a Body Builder with a huge following around the world via social media. He died in the line of duty as a County Deputy, serving in the same community where he was born and raised. Curtis believed that every Law Enforcement Officer and First Responder should be “fit to serve.”

THE MISSION

Deputy Curtis Bartlett was a veteran, an elite athlete, and a law enforcement officer who lost his life in the line of duty on March 9, 2017. He advocated that every First Responder should be “fit to serve, fit to protect, fit for life.” Deputy Bartlett believed officers have a solemn responsibility to pursue fitness to serve citizens, help a fellow officer in need, and to increase the odds of making it home to enjoy family and friends. Police Fitness (PF) was founded as a nonprofit to expand upon Curtis’s vision.

According to a recent Presidential Commission on Policing in the 21st Century, a large proportion of officer injuries and deaths are not the result of interaction with criminal offenders, but the outcome of poor physical health due to inferior nutrition, lack of exercise, sleep deprivation, and sometimes substance abuse. PF addresses these critical issues in three ways.

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Put on Your Armor

Put on Your Armor

It’s a common ritual for police officers all over the world to suit up for their shift. This normally consists of putting on a uniform, a duty belt, and body armor - all meant to protect the officer from harm. But how many layers of armor does a police officer really...

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Police Fitness is committed to helping all First Responders stay “fit to serve.”  As a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization we will be held to the strictest standards of financial accountability.

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Police Fitness is committed to helping all First Responders stay “fit to serve.”  As a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization we will be held to the strictest standards of financial accountability.

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Email: info@policefitness.com
Phone: 833-4-CURTIS
Text: “Contact” to 833-428-7847
Mailing Address: 189 Willow Bend Drive Galax, VA 24333

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