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LAPD Expands Community Policing Program, Appoints Black Female Deputy Chief

CSP - Community
Safety Pertnership

Now it's own bureau!
LAPD Expands Community Policing Program, Appoints Black Female Deputy Chief

As part of a reimagining of law enforcement after the killing of George Floyd, the Los Angeles Police Department is expanding its signature community policing program. The Community Safety Partnership, which began in 2011 in some of the city’s most troubled housing developments, is credited with reducing violent crime and improving relationships with residents through initiatives such as youth football teams.

The expansion of CSP comes as other LAPD units are being closely scrutinized for potential cuts. Responding to days of street protests calling for resources to be shifted from policing to programs that help Black and Latino residents, the City Council recently slashed $150 million from the LAPD budget.

Proponents of CSP say its expansion will transform the culture of the 10,000-officer LAPD, where success has traditionally been measured by arrests and crime statistics. Now, building trust with local residents will be paramount, Chief Michel Moore said. CSP will now have its own bureau within the LAPD, headed by Emada Tingirides, a Watts native who was one of the program’s founding officers. She will become the LAPD’s second Black female deputy chief. - Los Angles Times
LAPD Police Commission - At A Glance

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Police Commission
The Function and Role of the Board of Police Commissioners

Under the City Charter, the Board of Police Commissioners is the head of the Police Department. The Board sets overall policy while the Chief of Police manages the daily operations of the Department and implements the Board's policies or policy direction and goals.

The Board of Police Commissioners, originally created in the 1920's, is comprised of five civilians who donate their time to the City while maintaining their professional careers. They are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council. The Commissioners serve a maximum of two five-year terms. The Commissioners routinely spend 25-50 hours per week on Commission business, and serve as the citizens' voice in police affairs and as a means of ensuring more responsive and effective City government.

The Commissioners' concerns are reflective of the community-at-large, and their priorities include implementing recommended reforms, improving service to the public by the Department, reducing crime and the fear of crime, and initiating, implementing and supporting community policing programs.
LA County Sheriff's Department - In The News

L.A. County
Sheriff's Dept
In The News

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department (LASD) is a law enforcement agency which serves Los Angeles County, California -- an area totaling approximately 4,084 square miles with a population of almost 10 million people (2010 U.S. Census). It is the largest Sheriff's Department in the world, with approximately 18,000 employees.

Sheriff Stands with City Leaders against Anti-Semitic Attacks

LASD Arrests Suspect of Brutal Attack on A Lyft Driver

Homeless Outreach Service Team And Sheriff Villanueva Walk the Boardwalk

Sheriff Villanueva and Rocket Provide Tips on How to Stop Bullying

LASD Saves Hiker Lost for Five Days

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FEMA's COVID-19 Vaccine Update


In alignment with President Biden’s plan to respond to COVID-1, FEMA will work with other federal agencies to coordinate with state, tribal and territorial authorities and private sector partners and others to assist, augment and expedite vaccinations in the United States.

Key Messages
  • As of April 5, FEMA has provided more than $4.5 billion to 42 states, Washington D.C., five tribes and five territories for expenses related to COVID-19 vaccination at 100% federal cost share. These funds cover critical supplies, staffing, training and transportation needs that support increased vaccination efforts.
  • FEMA is committed to the equitable distribution of vaccines. Using data from CDC's social vulnerability index and population data from the Census, we work with our state partners to locate federal pilot Community Vaccination Centers where they will be able to do the most good for the most vulnerable populations and ensure everyone who wants a vaccine gets one.
  • FEMA is working to speed up vaccinations by supporting states as they open community vaccination centers across the country and working with its interagency partners to continue to provide support to additional sites daily. Each state determines its own vaccination priority groups and procedures. Community vaccination centers are led by states, but may be supported by the federal government, including FEMA.
  • Working with state governments, FEMA will open additional federal pilot community vaccination centers, which include federal support and supplemental vaccine allocation.
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DHS and FEMA - Preparedness Newsletter

DHS and FEMA Individual and Community Preparedness Newsletter
This Digest is provided by FEMA to highlight community preparedness and resilience resources, an important part of FEMA's mission to help people before, during, and after disasters. We're building a culture of preparedness together..

Ready Tips

Leadership Spotlight

Children & Disasters

Important Dates

About FEMA

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Emergency Management and Response -- Information Sharing and Analysis Center

Homeland Security

Prepare. Plan.
Stay Informed.
This INFOGRAM is distributed weekly to provide members of the Emergency Services Sector with information concerning the protection of their critical infrastructures.

New NFPA 1802 Standard establishes specifications for rugged portable radios in the hazard zone

Tennessee board reports Nashville bombing impact on 911, future plans

FEMA updates 25 Incident Management Team Job Title/Position Qualifications and Position Task Books

Webinar: Talking TIM - Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) for Traffic Incident Management

Cyber Threats

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Review CERT Roles for Qualifications by November 26

Community Emergency Respose Team
for CERT Roles
by Nov. 26


Calling everyone in the CERT community! You have an opportunity to provide feedback on CERT position descriptions. To ensure both volunteers and incident management staff are on the same page when called upon to support a disaster, FEMA has developed specific definitions and qualifications for three key positions: CERT Volunteer, CERT Section Chief, and CERT Team Leader.

One benefit of incorporating CERT positions into the NQS is that it will also add them to the new OneResponder tool. OneResponder is a free, web-based system that uses a uniform terminology and approach to certify emergency personnel. Task books can be accessed on OneResponder using your smartphone, tablet, and online. To learn more about OneResponder, please visit www.oneresponder.net.

The CERT program informs volunteers on the hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills. CERT offers a consistent, nationwide approach to volunteer training and organization. Professional first responders can rely on CERT volunteers during disaster situations, allowing them to focus on more complex tasks.

Important Dates

About FEMA

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EMR-ISAC -- Fire and Emergency Medical Services Response to Civil Unrest

US Fire
Fire and Emergency
Medical Services
to Civil Unrest


The U.S. Fire Administration recently published 'Fire and Emergency Medical Services Response to Civil Unrest' to support first responders through these challenging times. The document covers guidance for personnel, stations, apparatus, communication with the community, and operations. Please review this 5-page document and share it widely.

GOAL: Prepare personnel, the station, apparatus and the community for emergency response in a challenging environment

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