We are looking to develop a training program for our Police Department. Providing a basic look at what we do and why we do it, apparatus placement, impacts of venitaltion, dangers they could face at our incidents, and address and other potential issues that may arise while working together.

 

I am hoping someone out there has some input or possibly a progam they have already developed that we could use in the construction of ours.

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Email me at mschlags@gmail.com and I will send you the program I did for the FD and California Highway Patrol. It's called Leave a  Lane. 
- Mike Schlags
Can u send me that info also? jrrd_anderson@yahoo.com

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Mike, I would be interested too, as we did the same here in Duesseldorf (Germany). My adress is andreas.braeutigam@duesseldorf.de

 

Thnx

 

Andrew

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We have a good relationship with the cops in our area right now- I wish I could say it has always been this way but it has taken lots of work and making friends- any program to make/strengthen that work relationship will make all our jobs easier

Hello from Germany. We did the same two years ago, with good feedback from the police. If you have anyone who can read German, ich could sent you our booklet for the police information program. The other way round (training of the FD in police issues) is planned but hasn´t started.

 

BR

 

Andrew

Who is going to be responsible for bringing the donuts?

Seriously, every training needs donuts.

One of the citys around here does something unique. All there police officers are firefighter certified. They carry turnout gear in the patrol car, when the tones go out for a structure they go, grab their gear and start fighting fire.

I've received so many requests via email for the power point program I wrote to help LEO/FD relations that I figured posting it here on the FFN Forum post would be the easiest way to help everyone out. Unfortunately, the program is >7 MB so email is the only way I can share the data. This program has been used since 2009 by the California Highway Patrol training academy with great results.

If you do use my materials, please drop me a line and let me know what you thought and if it worked for you.

I have always believed in sharing the training materials that I have developed, and this is no exception.

My best to all,

Mike

To enable folks to have access to the PPT, I have broken down the program into four parts to enable downloading it here on FFN. You will have to join the four parts together to put it all together. This seemed like the quickest and easiest way to handle this.

-Mike

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