JANUARY 2014 MONTHLY REPORT LOWER ALLEN TOWNSHIP. Department of Public Safety

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1 JANUARY 2014 MONTHLY REPORT

2 POLICE/PUBLIC SAFETY Chief/Director Frank E. Williamson, Jr. January, we continued with police officer applicant background investigations. Unfortunately, this is proving to be a difficult task. We need to qualify three candidates for Civil Service. Originally, we had a list approved and a candidate ready to refer to the Board for a conditional job offer. However, at the last minute, he accepted a position with an agency closer to his residence. We have one candidate that has passed the background and continue to work on others. The police department is currently investigating the possibility of using ipads in the field, in place of ruggedized laptop computers. We have money budgeted this year to replace two, nine year old laptops, but we may be able to accomplish this more efficiently with the purchase of ipads. We are still investigating the recurring costs for the data connection and using seized ipads for the officers to test in the field to ensure they will work as a long term solution. During the month, we met with our emergency lights and siren vendor to discuss our 2014 capital purchases. Ken Rocuskie in Fleet Services, has already priced out our budgeted vehicles. These will be presented to the Board for approval. We have begun the process of implementing our new scheduling program. The Public Safety Command Staff met with a representative of Plan It Scheduler to prepare our schedule templates for Police, EMS and Public Safety. This new program will allow any staff member to check their schedule remotely via the Internet. We also plan to use the system to submit a more simple payroll solution to the Finance Department. Cody Systems has completed their portion of preparing our crime statistics to be published on the Internet. We are waiting on The Omega Group to contact us to finish their portion of the program. Once this is completed and tested, our UCR crimes will be published to a website called CrimeMapping.com. Residents will then be able to view our crime history and be able to set up alerts via text or for incidents occurring within a specified radius of their home or business. During the month of January, we were able to send five supervisors and officers who aspire to be supervisors to POLEX training. POLEX is an acronym for Police Executive Development. This two week school was held in Derry Township and was presented by law enforcement practitioners from across the country. With several retirements pending in 2015, and a corporals exam planned for the end of 2014, we took advantage of Penn State University holding this class in the Central PA area. Lt. Crone, Dianna Knisley and I attended Blackboard Connect training at Fairview Township on the 23 rd. While we are in our third, three-year contract with Blackboard, Fairview is just getting started. Blackboard is our Community Alerting System vendor. There were several new features added and we will be putting a new portal on the Township's web page for residents to use to sign up for the alerting system. The new portal will make signing in a lot easier and smoother for residents. Public Safety January 2014 Monthly Report 2

3 POLICE/PUBLIC SAFETY Chief/Director Frank E. Williamson, Jr. On the 25 th, representatives from the Ansonville Volunteer Fire Department in North Carolina arrived to inspect Squad 12. By the end of that weekend, they had signed a sales agreement to purchase our old Squad. We are waiting on the delivery of new Rescue 12. Once that unit arrives, equipment will be transferred and hopefully by the end of February, Ansonville VFD, will have a new Squad. On the 27 th, I participated in an Intruder Drill at Allen Middle School. The police department attempts to attend most drills at our schools throughout the year. On the 30 th, a Community Service Officer was involved in an auto accident in one of our Ford Escapes. CSO Michael was northbound on Rossmoyne Rd when a vehicle turned left in front of him, attempting to get on Rt 15 north. Both the CSO and the other operator were treated and released after being checked out at Holy Spirit Hospital. We are waiting on the insurance company to determine the loss of the vehicle. The reports of the other Bureaus follow. As always, my staff and I are available to answer any of your questions or concerns. Additionally, as 2013 came to a close, the Police Records staff was working with businesses and homeowners concerning our alarm ordinance. With some funds left over in 2012 from our records management system purchase, we were able to purchase an alarm billing module. The police department is in responsible for billing for false alarms responded to by the police and fire companies. This was previously done with a spreadsheet as time allowed. By the end of 2013, Records Clerk Laurie Nissel had developed our system into smoothly operating process using our Cody RMS. This includes automatically generating warning letters and billing invoices. As the year came to a close, we had billed over $11, worth of false alarms and identified and permitted 50 previously unknown residences and businesses that have alarms. We have begun seeing a reduction in some of alarm problem alarm responses, which was the intent of the alarm ordinance. BLACKBOARD CONNECT DATE MESSAGE # REACHED 1/02/2014 Winter Weather Parking Assistance /20/2014 Winter Weather Advisory 7836 Public Safety January 2014 Monthly Report 3

4 POLICE Operational Services Bureau Lt. Gregory Thomas, Commander The Lower Allen Twp. Police Dept. (LATPD) had 1,121 dispatched calls for service from Cumberland County Communications in January, There were no Police Officers assaulted or injured during the month of January, CSO Justin Michael received minor injuries on 1/30/14 when he was involved in a traffic accident with one of the CSO vehicles. Another motorist made a left turn in front of CSO Michael on Rossmoyne Rd. During the month of January, 2014, LATPD issued 55 traffic citations, 6 non-traffic citations, 29 parking tickets and 54 traffic warnings. There were 52 traffic accidents reported to LATPD in January, Of these, 15 were reportable traffic accidents and 37 were non-reportable traffic accidents. Three of these traffic accidents were DUI related. Public Safety January 2014 Monthly Report 4

5 POLICE Operational Services Bureau Lt. Gregory Thomas, Commander MAJOR INCIDENTS TYPE DATE LOCATION ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ROBBERY (1) 01/11/ Block Wesley Dr. 1 Arrested - Det. McNair BURGLARY (1) 01/29/ Block Gettysburg Rd. Business - Charges Pending - Ofc. Curtis ASSAULTS (2) 01/02/ Block Gettysburg Rd. 1 Arrested - PPO Read 01/31/14 Citadel Dr. Charges pending - Cpl. Williams SEXUAL ASSAULT (0) HARASSMENT (2) 01/02/14 Sussex Rd. 01/28/ Block Carlisle Rd. 1 Cited - PPO Read THEFT (8) 01/03/ Block Gettysburg Rd. 01/06/14 01/10/14 01/11/ Block Lisburn Rd. 200 Block Allendale Way 800 Block Lisburn Rd. 01/13/ Block Simpson Ferry Rd. 1 Arrested - Ofc. Gelnett 01/17/ Block Kent Dr. 01/19/14 Pheasant Ct. 1 Arrested - PPO Read 01/20/ Block Wesley Dr. Public Safety January 2014 Monthly Report 5

6 POLICE Operational Services Bureau Lt. Gregory Thomas, Commander MAJOR INCIDENTS TYPE DATE LOCATION ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FRAUD (6) 01/18/14 01/18/14 01/25/ Block Lowther Rd. Rockaway Dr Block Louise Dr. 01/27/14 01/30/ Block Westport Dr Block Simpson Ferry Rd. 01/31/14 Drexel Pl. AUTO THEFT (0) THEFT FROM AUTO (0) RETAIL THEFT (3) 01/18/14 Capital City Mall 1 Arrested - Cpl. Sentman 01/26/14 Capital City Mall 2 Arrested - Ofc. Gaumer 01/30/14 Capital City Mall 1 Arrested - Ofc. Gelnett DUI ARRESTS (12) 01/09/14 St. Johns Simpson Ferry Rd. Ofc. Curtis 01/15/14 Gettysburg Wesley Dr. Cpl. Foltz 01/17/14 Gettysburg Hartzdale Dr. Ofc. Justh 01/23/ Block Hummel Ave. Ofc. Justh 01/23/14 Slate Hill Valley Rd. Ofc. Gelnett - CRASH 01/25/ Block Hummel Ave. Cpl. Foltz 01/25/ Block Hummel Ave. Ofc. Justh 01/25/14 Laurel Hartzdale Dr. Ofc. Curtis 01/30/14 Gettysburg Spangler Rd. Ofc. Justh 01/30/ Block Wesley Dr. Ofc. Curtis - CRASH 01/31/14 18th Hummel Ave. Ofc. Gelnett - CRASH 01/31/ Block State Rd. Ofc. Justh Public Safety January 2014 Monthly Report 6

7 POLICE Operational Services Bureau Lt. Gregory Thomas, Commander MAJOR INCIDENTS TYPE DATE LOCATION ADDITIONAL INFORMATION DRUGS (3) 01/11/14 01/15/14 01/17/14 UNDERAGE DRINKING ARRESTS (0) 1700 Block Letchworth Rd. 1 Arrested - Ofc. Gelnett 1100 Block Lowther Rd. 1 Arrested - Cpl. Foltz 1100 Block Lowther Rd. 1 Arrested - Ofc. Scarlato PUBLIC DRUNK ARRESTS (1) 01/13/14 DISORDERLY CONDUCT ARRESTS (2) 01/08/ Block Hummel Ave. 1 Cited - Ofc. Curtis 1300 Block Carlisle Rd. 2 Cited - Ofc. Martinez CRIMINAL MISCHIEF (3) 01/08/ Block Cedar Run Dr. 01/10/14 01/14/ Block Morningside Dr Block Lowell Lane OTHER REPORTED CRIMES (1) 01/16/ Block Simpson Ferry Rd. Trespass - 2 Arrested - Cpl. Williams Public Safety January 2014 Monthly Report 7

8 POLICE Support Services Bureau Lt. Leon Crone, Commander COMMANDER: New year, renewed focus As 2014 commences, the in-earnest push toward achieving re-accreditation begins. The use of PowerDMS will facilitate a smoother, less paperand labor-intensive process, but the documentation still has to be compiled and directives developed or adjusted to comply with standards. Lt. Crone attended a Pennyslvania Police Accreditation Coalition meeting at the West Shore Regional Police Department and took some leave time to conduct an assessment of the Montgomery Township Police Department. Lt. Crone did some work on our own accreditation files in PowerDMS. Additionally, Lt. Crone ensured that all training pushed out through PowerDMS in 2013 was completed. Lt. Crone met with Chief Doug Reitz of North Middleton Township PD to pass the mantle of SCTF Law Enforcement Strike Team Working Group Chair and Cumberland County Strike Team Commander. Lt. Crone will remain on the Cumberland County Team as a Deputy Commander to assist with the transition. This change stems from increased recognition as a statewide accreditation authority/resource. Not one to say no to requests for assistance, Lt. Crone has instead elected to reduce the subjects for which assistance would be requested by shedding the leadership role in the SCTF and focusing on his leadership role in accreditation circles and within our own agency. This will reduce demands on time dedicated to assisting outside agencies and organizations. Recently, COBRA (the CODY-developed regional information sharing system) has come to center stage again. During the course of a demonstration to our District Attorney and others, it became apparent that use this resource needed to be emphasized with our own officers. A push to ensure everyone understood how to use this interface and appreciated the utility thereof was accomplished. Officers are becoming very familiar and many quite comfortable with the use of this product which allows us to see records from many different contributing agencies, both regionally and throughout other parts of the Commonwealth. Lt. Crone handled perhaps a dozen alarm-relate queries this month. These were mostly related to questions about invoices received since Laurie Nissel has been able to catch up on our billing and permitting activities through the use of the CODYrecords management system. Public Safety January 2014 Monthly Report 8

9 POLICE Support Services Bureau Lt. Leon Crone, Commander Lt. Crone, along with Chief Williamson, Lt. Thomas, and Dianna Knisley, met with Verizon to discuss tablet options. This comes as a result of a re-examination of the state of our mobile computing options. There may be more cost-effective ways of getting mobile devices into the hands/vehicles of the officers and keeping abreast of current hardware developments through the use of tablets and the terminal server as opposed to purchasing public-safety specific mobile computers at a much higher cost. Comparison and product testing is underway. Lt. Crone also sat in on a meeting Camp Hill PD was having with Sprint to see what they had to offer in this realm. Command staff has been meeting with several police officer candidates this month. Each has been submitted for a background check and many seem to be unable to meet our standards or are getting jobs at other agencies. The process continues. Evaluations have been ongoing. All but a few part-time personnel who do not work often have been completed. TRAINING Cleary Act Training: Lt Crone and Chief Williamson JNET/CLEAN refresher given by Ofc Heckler to records staff (McCool and Nissel). Blackboard Connect update training for Chief Williamson and Lt. Crone Police Executive Development Training (POLEX) by Cpl Tamanosky, Cpl Foltz, OIC Martinez, OIC Coffey, and Ofc Claeys. K-9 Training by Ofc Scarlato and Ofc Rocco. SRT Training by Ofc Martinez. Training through PowerDMS on new drug screens in property records, as well as some catch-up training for those that missed Ethics. Public Safety January 2014 Monthly Report 9

10 POLICE Support Services Bureau Lt. Leon Crone, Commander CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS FUNCTION: Arrest Summaries: Detective McNair: Arrested Juvenile Male for Robbery, Simple Assault, Theft by Unlawful Taking, Criminal Use of Communication Facility, Conspiracy: Theft by Unlawful taking, Conspiracy to Robbery from Incident at Wesley Drive. Detective Corporal Sentman: Re-file Non-Traffic Citation for Juv Female, from an Underage Drinking Citation that had a successful alcohol awareness class. Significant Open Investigations: Detective McNair: Fraud, Lower Allen Township VFW Fraudulent $10.00 bill passed at business, Detective Corporal Sentman: Bad Check(s) Member's 1 st Federal Credit Union, subjects passed bad checks via remote deposit and then withdrew the funds. Investigations still open. Sexual Offenses, subject reported her ex-boyfriend sexually assaulted her male son. Childrens Resource Center Interview pending. Rape: Juvenile female reported juvenile male, raped her after they ran away together, (cleared as unfounded). Retail Theft/ Assault: 17 year old suspect apprehended for Retail Theft/ Assault on Loss Prevention at Macy's (arrests pending); Reported two Loss Prevention staff members for assault, (not substantiated), and no charges will be filed against Loss Prevention Staff.. Trespass, Norman Road. Subject arrested by Silver Spring Township Police for Trespass(among other charges to include burglary), incident initiated in Silver Spring Township and ended in Lower Allen Township. Public Safety January 2014 Monthly Report 10

11 POLICE Support Services Bureau Lt. Leon Crone, Commander Lt. Crone: Harassment, United Methodist Home for Children, unknown person(s) called the home and verbally harassed staff. EVIDENCE FUNCTION (Tech Ickler): Evidence Custodian: Continuing to send out Property Disposition Forms to Officer Continuing to purge Evidence Room I would like to dispose of old drug cases and turned in ammunition in February RECORDS FUNCTION: Record purging and moving files to archive storage took place this month. With the assistance of some volunteers from the Williamson household, thanks to some snow days, many hands made lighter work of this task. Along with this, records staff continued the normal daily routine of organizing, filing, and distributing paperwork as appropriate, as well as fielding calls for service over the phone and handling or directing walk-up customers. RTK/Report Disseminations - 43 Warning/Citation Entries Evidence Technician: Continuing to update and organize crime scene kits Vehicles Car 1 serviced, hvac repaired Car 6 serviced Car 10 serviced Car 8 and Car 11 door locks (interior) disabled Car 4 battery issue resolved Car 5 radio issue resolved (in-house) Car 16 numerous repairs and issues resolved Case Folders Created - 62 Complaints Reviewed Arrest Reports Entered/Filed - 38 Car 3 serviced Car 5 inspected Car 15 serviced Car 8 siren speaker replaced Car 4 siren speaker replaced Public Safety January 2014 Monthly Report 11

12 POLICE Support Services Bureau Lt. Leon Crone, Commander EVIDENCE TECHNICIAN SERVICE REQUESTED Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec TOTAL CRIME SCENE CALL OUT 0 0 COG SALE BICYCLES 0 0 COURT DISPOSITIONS EVIDENCE DELIVERED TO AG'S OFFICE 0 0 EVIDENCE DELIVERED TO CUMB COUNTY LAB 5 5 EVIDENCE DELIVERED TO PSP LAB 2 2 EVIDENCE FOR CUM BERLAND COUNTY COURT 1 1 EVIDENCE FOR PRELIMINARY HEARING 1 1 EVIDENCE PICKED UP FROM CC LAB 0 0 EVIDENCE PICKED UP FROM PSP LAB 1 1 EVIDENCE PROCESSING 0 0 EVIDENCE, CASES PURGED FROM EVID ROOM 3 3 EVIDENCE RETURNED TO OWNER 4 4 EVIDENCE ROOM INSPECTION 0 0 EVIDENCE REQUESTED FOR REVIEW BY OFFICER 0 0 EVIDENCE SENT TO U.S.S.S. 0 0 EXPUNGEMENT ORDERS 0 0 GUN DESTRUCTION 0 0 LATENT PRINT ORDERS 1 1 LATENT PRINT CASES 1 1 NEW CASES SUBM ITTED INTO EVIDENCE ROOM PROPERTY DISPOSITION FORMS RETURNED 1 1 PROPERTY DISPOSITION FORMS SENT 2 2 PROPERTY DISPOSITION NOTICES 0 0 REQUESTS FOR DVD FOR PLH 1 1 REQUESTS FOR PHOTOGRAPHS 0 0 UNCLAIMED PROPERTY TO STATE DUCP 0 0 ITEMS ENTERED INTO EVIDENCE ROOM ITEMS REMOVED FROM EVIDENCE ROOM SUPPLEMENTALS TOTAL REQUESTS Public Safety January 2014 Monthly Report 12

13 POLICE - DECEMBER 2013 SUMMARY THIS MONTH LAST YEAR THIS YTD LAST YTD YTD CHANGE COMPLAINTS INCIDENTS/INVESTIGATIONS PART I OFFENSES PART II OFFENSES REPORTABLE ACCIDENTS CRIMINAL ARRESTS TRAFFIC ARRESTS WARNING NOTICES TICKETS ISSUED Public Safety January 2014 Monthly Report 13

14 POLICE DECEMBER 2013 CALLS FOR SERVICE LAST YEAR THIS YTD LAST YTD YTD CHANGE PART I OFFENSES PART II OFFENSES HANG-UPS ABANDONED VEHICLES ACCIDENTS-REPORTABLE ACCIDENTS NON-REPORTABLE ALARMS ANIMAL COMPLAINT ASSIST AMBULANCE ASSIST FIRE COMPANY ASSIST OTHER DEPARTMENT COUNTY COURT DIRECTED PATROLS DISTRICT JUSTICE COURT DOMESTIC JUVENILE LOCKOUTS MENTALLY ILL MOTORISTS ASSIST SPECIAL DETAIL SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE TRAFFIC RELATED WARRANT SERVICE OTHER TOTAL Public Safety January 2014 Monthly Report 14

15 POLICE - DECEMBER 2013 PART I CRIMES LAST YEAR THIS YTD LAST YTD YTD CHANGE CRIMINAL HOMICIDE RAPE ROBBERY AGGRAVATED ASSAULT BURGLARY THEFT AUTO THEFT ARSON TOTAL PART Public Safety January 2014 Monthly Report 15

16 POLICE - DECEMBER 2013 PART II CRIMES LAST YEAR THIS YTD LAST YTD YTD CHANGE OTHER ASSAULTS FORGERY/COUNTERFEITING FRAUD EMBEZZLEMENT STOLEN PROPERTY VANDALISM WEAPONS OFFENSES PROSTITUTION SEX OFFENSES DRUG VIOLATIONS GAMBLING OFFENSES AGAINST FAMILY DUI LIQUOR LAW VIOLATIONS DRUNKENNESS DISORDERLY CONDUCT VAGRANCY ALL OTHER OFFENSES CURFEW RUNAWAY (UNDER 18) TOTAL PART II TOTAL OFFENSES Public Safety January 2014 Monthly Report 16

17 POLICE - DECEMBER 2013 SUPPORT SERVICES LAST YEAR THIS YTD LAST YTD YTD CHANGE SHIFTS COVERED OFFICER LOG ENTIRES INCIDENTS INITIATED INCIDENT INVOLVEMENT TRAFFIC CITATIONS NON-TRAFFIC CITATIONS CRIMINAL ARRESTS WARRANTS SERVED/SATISFIED PRISONER TRANSPORTS DRUG TASK FORCE ACTIVITY TECHNICAL SERVICES INVESTIGATIONS LOCAL BACKGROUND CHECKS COUNTY FORENSICS TEAM ACTIVITY COUNTY ACCIDENT RECONSTRUCTION TEAM ACTIVITY MAGLOCLEN ENTRIES MEGAN'S LAW OFFENDER FBI SAFE STREETS This information covers Lt. Crone, Cpl. Det Sentman, Det. McNair and Specialist Ickler. Public Safety January 2014 Monthly Report 17

18 POLICE - DECEMBER 2013 K-9 UNIT TYPE LAST YEAR THIS YTD LAST YTD YTD CHANGE Shifts Worked 16 Shifts Covered 6 Canine Deployments On Duty 10 Canine Deployment Off Duty 2 Traffic Citations 0 Non-Traffic Citations 10 DUI 0 Non-DUI Marijuana 7 oz Narcotics Found Heroin Street Value of Narcotics Vehicle Mileage 680 Special Events 0 Calls Covered 32 Calls Assisted On 7 Training 0 In-Service Patrol In-Service Narcotics Total Training Hours 23:13 This information covers Ptl. Scarlato and Canine Officer Rocco Public Safety January 2014 Monthly Report 18

19 EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES Div. Chief Christopher Yohn The Month of January 2014 started out to be very busy for the EMS Division. The EMS Division handled 202 Emergency Calls for the month. The breakdowns of the calls are as follows: Ambulance 174 handled 101 emergency calls. Ambulance 274 handled 101 emergency calls. The EMS Division responded to 33 less emergency calls in January 2014 as compared to January The second due ambulance was placed in service for 8 shifts for the Month of January. During the month, the second due ambulance handled 14 second due emergency calls. The breakdowns of the calls are as follows: Ambulance 174 handled 6 second due emergency calls. Ambulance 274 handled 9 second due emergency calls. The EMS Division responded to 11 fewer second due emergency calls in January 2014 as compared to January of I attended the Pre-Hospital Operations Committee Meeting, held at the Emergency Health Services Federation. This meeting is attended by area EMS Chief s and the EMS Council Presidents from the 8 County Region that makes up the Emergency Health Services Federation, as part of the South Central Task Force. Topics of discussion the OPS Meeting consisted of the EHSF reaching out to Electronic Patient Care Reporting (epcr) Software venders for a request for proposal for these venders to submit a proposal for a region wide Patient Care Reporting Software. The EHSF is looking into purchasing the software of all the EMS Agencies in the region of the EHSF. Also discussed was the new Protocol for BLS Ambulances to carry Aspirin as part of their licensure. A discussion ensued on the scope of practice, training requirements, and the protocol for use of this type of Medication. More information on the Aspirin Protocol will be discussed at the March 13 th meeting of the Pre-Hospital Operations Committee. Also discussed at the meeting was the schedule of Town Hall Meetings that the EHSF Office was setting up for all the area providers to attend, so the staff from the EHSF could go over the rules and regulations that go into effect on April 10, 2014, associated with The EMS Act 37. I attended the Mutual Aid EMS Chief s Meeting held at Hampden Twp. EMS at the Sporting Hill Road Station. The meeting was attended by representatives from Lower Allen Twp. EMS, East Pennsboro Twp. EMS, Camp Hill EMS, Silver Spring Twp. EMS and West Shore EMS. Topic of discussion was the round table discussion of the happening in the departments that represented at the meeting. Public Safety January 2014 Monthly Report 19

20 EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES Div. Chief Christopher Yohn I attended the Cumberland County EMS Council Meeting. Normal business was discussed at the council meeting. Doug Glass from Cumberland County Department of Safety attended the meeting with an update on the Narrow Banding Process. Doug Glass stated that during the week of January 13 th, the Communication Center would be cutting the cross patch to the new dispatch frequency linked into the current MED 10 frequency. By cutting the cross patch this will enable the communications center to perform the necessary testing on the new frequency and all the base station equipment associated with the tower sites. Once the testing of the frequency and base station equipment is completed, the Communication Center will notify all the EMS Agencies in the county of the date of when the switch to the new dispatch frequency will take place. By doing this, the EMS Agencies in the County will have ample time to have their current Motorola 5 Pagers on the Old MED 10 frequency, the pagers will need to be sent out to be reworked and re-tuned to the new dispatch frequency. The EMS Division assisted the Lower Allen Township Fire Department with their Heart-Saver CPR and First Aid Training. EMT-II James Whitall assisted with the CPR Class, and Division Chief Yohn assisted the Fire Department with their First Aid Class. And along with the Heart-Saver CPR class, the Fire Department also hosted their annual Blood Borne Pathogens Refresher Training. Also during the Month of January, the EMS Division hosted their annual Blood Borne Pathogens Refresher class. And then the on the last Monday of January, the EMS Division hosted a Basic Life Support for Health Care Provider CPR Class for the EMS Staff and the Public Safety officers. By having the class for the EMS Staff and the Public Safety Officers, this affords us the opportunity to have all the providers on the same certification and expiration cycle. As part of the requirements to be considered active and also to be a Driver/Operator of the Fire Apparatus, I participated in the Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) mask fit testing. The fit testing consisted of putting the mask on your face, while getting an air tight seal and then going through a host of difference body movement and breathing exercises. The Public Safety Command Staff met with Christian Yecker, for Plan It Schedule. This meeting was to discuss the needs for scheduled templates that would need to be provided by Lower Allen Public Safety, so the Tech s at Plan it Schedule could build the schedule template, for Police, EMS and Public Safety Officers. Plan It Schedule is the new scheduling software that is being purchased in 2014 by Public Safety. Also as part of the meeting was to determine the different levels of security in the system and who as staff member could view different areas of the schedule. Public Safety January 2014 Monthly Report 20

21 EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES Div. Chief Christopher Yohn TYPE-ASSISTS DATE LOCATION ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Trauma Emergency - Fall Victim 01/08/ block of Summitview Court Assist Dauphin County MICU 1-10 Fire Call - Flooding 1700 block of Kent Drive Assist LAFD Fire Call, Odor of Gas in a Structore 01/09/ Reno Avenue, New Cumberland Boro Assist LAFD, Staffed and Drive Engine 3-12 Medical Emergency - Cardiac Arrest / Expiration 01/10/ Block of Letchworth Road Assist Lower Allen EMS Crew Medical Emergency - Psychiatric Patient Trauma Emergenty - Fall Victim 01/13/14 Falcon Court Monkey Joes, 3608 Hartsdale Drive Assist Hampden Twp. EMS, Ambulance 171 Assist Camp Hill EMS, Ambulance 114 Assist Fairview Twp. EMS, York County MICU Medical Emergency - Sick Person 4100 block of The Burns Road 68-1 Assist Hampden Twp. Ambulance 171, Camp Auto Accident 01/14/14 Rossmoyne Road at 15 North Hill EMS Ambulance 114 and LAFD 880 Century Drive, OakWood Cancer Medical Emergency - Syncope 01/16/14 Treatment Ctr. Assist Camp Hill EMS, Ambulance 114 Medical Emergency - Abdominal Pain Trauma Emergency - Fall Victim. Medcial Emergency - Trouble Breathing 2908 Westbury Court 5120 Simpson Ferry Road, UMHC The Woods At Cedar Run Assist Hampden Twp. EMS, Ambulance 271 Asssit Lower Allen EMS Crew Asssit Lower Allen EMS Crew Medical Emergency - Chest Pain 2900 Yetter Court, Vantage Foods Assist to West Shore EMS, MICU 185 Medical Emergency - Fall Victim 01/17/ block of Lancaster Blvd. Assist Hampden Twp. EMS, Ambulance 271 Assist Lower Allen EMS Crew, Camp Hill EMS, Auto Accident 01/19/14 Carlisle Road at Creek Road Ambulance 114 and LAFD Medical Emergency - Psychiatric Patient 01/20/ block of South 18th Street Assist Lower Allen EMS Crew Medical Emergency - Seizures 01/23/ block of Manor Drive Asssit Lower Allen Twp. EMS Crew Medical Emergency - Seizures 01/31/ block of Hummel Avenue Assist New Cumberland EMS, Ambulance 10 Public Safety January 2014 Monthly Report 21

22 EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES Div. Chief Christopher Yohn TYPE DATE LOCATION ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Primary Ambulance Calls Staffed by Division Chief Yohn 01/02/ Gettysburg Road Medical Emergency - Assault Victim Messiah Village, 100 Mt. Allen Drive Medical Emergency - Rectal Bleed 2500 Lisburn Road, SCIC Medical Emergency - Abdominal Pain Medical Emergency - Fall Victim with Head 601 Whitefield Drive Injury Gettysburg Road, Allen Middle 01/06/ School Lisburn Road, The Woods At Cedar Medical Emergency - Fall Victim. 01/07/14 Run Medical Emergency - Fall Victim. 824 Bethany Lisburn Village Road, West, The Woods 5225 Wilson At Cedar Lane Run Medical Emergency - Fall Victim. Medical Emergency - Syncope Messiah Village, 100 Mt. Allen Drive Medical Emergency - Fall Victim. Medical Emergency - Canceled while Messiah Village, 100 Mt. Allen Drive responding 3594 Capital City Mall Dr. Capital City Mall Medical Emergency - Ill Person 175 Lancaster Blvd, Health South Rehab 2500 Lisburn Road, SCIC Medical Emergency - Ill Person Medical Emergency - Chest Pain 01/11/14 Falcon Court Mallard Run Apt., 820 Lisburn Road Medical Emergency - Back Pain Medical Emergency - Cardiac Arrest 01/15/ Hart Crossing 100 Keefer Way 820 Lisburn Road, Mallard Run Apts. Medical Emergency - Chest Pain Auto Accident Ill Person Public Safety January 2014 Monthly Report 22

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