Come experience the
nationally accredited program from the International Association of Fire
Fighters! The IAFF provides this class FREE of charge to all departments with
instructors from departments all over the nation. This is the 3rd time we have
used the IAFF and are very pleased with the program. Registration and contact
info below. Please contact below for Lodging & Registration Info.
The mission of this memorial
fund is to provide financial contributions to law and fire department agencies
for the purchase of new equipment, the institution of new instructional
programs, or financial assistance to officers injured in the line of duty.
This annual golf tourney is
the only fundraiser each year to raise money for this memorial fund. As of January 2014,
this fund has been able to donate over $330,000 to various police and
firefighter causes throughout the state of Indiana.
For further information please
visit their website!
Each year, the
Legislative Services Agency prepares reports for the Legislative Council in
accordance with IC 2-5-21. As directed by Legislative Council Resolution 13-03,
this report is a study evaluating the efficacy of housing all state programs
relating to emergency medical services and the state's trauma system within one
state agency, and comparing Indiana's trauma system to trauma systems in other
states. This report contains information on EMS services and trauma care in
Indiana and examines the role of the Indiana State Department of Health and the
Indiana Department of Homeland Security.
firesetting is a devastating, costly and sometimes deadly problem that affects
every community in the United States. Yet often, juvenile firesetters go
unnoticed, causes of fires remain undetermined, and young people never receive
needed treatment and/or consequences.
conference will focus upon the significant impact current social media use and
the constant exposure to the virtual world has on juveniles More often than not
today, children find themselves learning as much from the virtual world than
from the real world.
this year’s conference participants will:
the current state of social media among children and teens.
how virtual media has implications for learning, particularly as it relates to
delinquency and firesetting.
specific instances of social media use by juvenile firesetters.
the effect of social media and the virtual on juveniles.
how you and your colleagues can combat juvenile firesetting in your
specific cases of juvenile firesetting behavior and investigate these cases
based on typology of firesetting .
examples of therapeutic and intervention strategies.
ample opportunity for general discussion and sharing of ideas .
training is sponsored by: Allen County Juvenile Firesetters Task Force
RANDOLPH MANTOOTH’s portrayal of Firefighter/Paramedic Johnny Gage on NBC’s
ground breaking series “Emergency!” left an indelible mark on the
history of modern Fire Service and EMS. Of the millions who grew up watching the
show in the 1970s, many discovered their life’s calling and became firefighters,
paramedics, ER nurses and ER doctors. Randy has stayed connected to firefighters
and paramedics in the years since through lifelong friendships as well as
through professional speaking engagements. In recent years, Randy has embarked
on a personal mission to reach out to firefighters to increase their awareness
of on the job health risks, particularly those risks relating to exposure to CO
-- carbon monoxide -- a deadly gas that almost claimed his own life while
shooting the show.
The Public Safety Section will produce a monthly segment with Angela Cain of WTHR, Channel 13 News. Don't Miss it! Visit Channel 13 Focus page and click on Community Videos at: http://www.wthr.com/story/817967/focus