How do you feel about EMS providers wearing body armor. If you wear it is it required or choice. Does it "interfere" with job performance. If this topic has already been discussed please excuse me.
But then you look like a firefighter which one might argue is worse hahaWe have it. A body armor tailor comes in and everyone is custom fitted for it. It is required to be with you at all times and must be inspected quarterly. All calls involving assault with weapons requires it to be worn at all times. It's a pain to wear but doesn't get in the way really. I usually put my bunker coat on over it so I don't look "tactical"