Hurricane Michael Through The Eyes of the Undivided Attention of Social Media | 2

HURRICANE MICHAEL

Incident Summary

It has been one week and beyond since the expected Hurricane Michael event caused widespread damage and destruction of States such as Florida, Georgia and Alabama.  Most of the major devastation is on the Coast but some other smaller towns also were impacted severely.

Some of the significant events as noted via mainstream media and other sources:

  • Looting has become prevalent in certain areas
  • National Guard has been activated to assist with Law Enforcement
  • Infrastructure, such as communications is still spotty as hosts work to rebuild their major power grids that some are reporting as completely wiped out.
  • The Tyndall AFB suffered major devastation and airmen are busy rebuilding.

We can never really tell you what it is like in any of the hardest hit areas but we can paint of picture of what is happening and being done through eyewitness accounts and reporting.sources and post here. We would love it if you followed us on our own Social Media platforms:  @nwfireblog (Facebook and Twitter)


INCIDENT COOPERATORS

FDNY IMT

Construction is underway on “Harder’s Base Camp”. 1000 first responders and 750 National Guard members will occupy this camp upon completion. The camp will provide all basic necessities, such as lodging and food service, to all who reside there. (10/17/2018)

PA Task Force 1

As of 10/15/2018, the PATF1 searched over 900 structures in Calhoun County, Florida. Members also made critical repairs at a damaged hospital to enable it to continue serving residents.

Photo(s) Credit: PA Fire (Task Force 1)

USAF Specialized Tactics (USAF Spec Tactics)

They were one of many that arrived on Day 1 of the storm one hour after the storm wiped out most of the Tyndall AFB and cleared a lot of debris to enable humanitarian aid to arrive.  (10/14/2018)

Indiana Task Force 1

RELEASED from the incident. Safe back in their home state.

Gulf County Sheriff Office. (FL)

Palm Beach County Sheriff Office (FL)

U.S. Navy

Naval Air Station Pensacola opening Emergency Family Assistance Center to assist evacuated military personnel and their families from staying on or near installation.  https://www.navy.mil/submit/display.asp?story_id=107420&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_content=100000338880876&utm_campaign=Misc  (10/14/2018)

Photo Credit: US Navy

Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency

 Survivors in the 13 counties eligible for individual assistance can now start applying for assistance through FEMA by visiting or calling 1-800-621-3362. (10/18/2018) 

Crisp, Grady, Lee, Mitchell, Terrell, Thomas and Worth counties have been added to the major disaster declaration. Survivors in those counties are now eligible to apply for assistance by visiting or calling 1-800-621-3362. (10/17/2018)

Operations continued across the state today as GEMA/HS worked with local, state, federal, private sector and volunteer partners to get much-needed supplies & resources to those impacted.  Resources:   gema.ga.gov (10/14/2018)

Photo Credit: Georgia EMA

Georgia National Guard

Assistant Adjutant General of Georgia, Brigadier General, Randall V. Simmons, State Command Sergeant Major Shawn Lewis and Command Chief Master Sergeant Reginald McPherson work along side Georgia EMA to continue assessing damage in southwest Georgia. (10/16/2018)

Photo Credit: GANG

White House

Florida Senator Marco Rubio

The American President Donald Trump has approved every single request made to federal government by us  and Florida Governor Scott. Thank you for supporting Florida after the devastation caused by Hurricane Michael. And thank you to POTUS & FLOTUS for visiting yesterday to see it first hand. (10/16/2018)

Photo Credit: Florida Sen. Marco Rubio

US Air Force: Rebuilding of the Tyndall Air Force Base in Florida.

Miami Beach Police Department. 40-member team RELEASED and returned from Panama City humanitarian support effort. (10/18/2018)

Photo Credit: MBPD Chief Daniel Oates


HUMAN SERVICES

American Red Cross

Help provide food, shelter, relief supplies and other assistance to thousands of people dealing with the aftermath. (10/18/2018).  

If you or a loved one was affected by Hurricane Michael, here is helpful information about where to find meals, shelter and how to stay safe:  (10/15/2018)

Photo Credit: Red Cross

Compassion Fund

We’ve had so many Stakeholder’s homes destroyed by Hurricane Michael! Our Compassion Fund is accepting donations to help here thecompassionfund.org

Photo Credit: Angie McAllister, Director of Compassion Fund

Animal Rescue

The ASPCA is on the ground in the Florida Panhandle to help rescue and care for animals impacted by Hurricane Michael. Right now, 100% of your donation will go to our Field Investigations and Response Fund: aspca.org/FL

Photo Credit: ASPCA


INFRASTRUCTURE

State of Georgia

The work to rebuild in southwest Georgia has just begun, but we thank everyone for the work that has been accomplished so far. GEMA/HS and its partners will continue the efforts to restore the quality of life in these communities. Visit for more info. (10/18/2018)

City of Tallahassee (FL)

Damage at a Glance: 267 poles replaced, 214 transformers replaced, 27,474 feet of wire and 2,200 insulators. (10/18/2018)

Florida SERT

Homeowners that suffered structural or water damage from Hurricane Michael should shut their home’s main circuit breaker off until the damage has been inspected by an electrician or their utility company. Otherwise, there is a severe risk of fire when power is restored. (10/18/2018)

Sprint Emergency Response Team

Sprint’s Emergency Response Team working around the clock providing critical voice and data services to Bay Co. Sheriff’s Office, EOC, and their Co Data Center as well as to Sacred Heart Hospital in Port St. Joe.

Photo Credit: Spring ERT

First Net Authority

Working with State of Florida, public safety agencies without commercial service were identified & provided hundreds of FirstNet-enabled devices to help these First Responders carry out their important mission in response.   https://about.att.com/newsroom/2018/firstnet_hurricane_michael.html  (10/15/2018)

Cell Phones

Next Generation Drones used as temporary cell towers connecting victims for the first time. (Media/The Weather Channel. 10/18/2018)

Verizon

“Our network impacted by Hurricane Michael continues to improve, and we will not stop until 100% of our service is restored. We recognize how essential our service is & are giving 3 months free service to those impacted by the storm.”    vz.to/2Cl5Y9v

Photo Credit: Verizon

AT&T

“Thank you to our teams and the local community. We know the work isn’t over, and we won’t leave until it is.” (10/15/2018)


PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS

Private Property Clean-up

For those in need of cleanup on private property, contact Crisis Cleanup at 800-451-1954. (10/16/2018)

Burn Permits

Burn permits resume in all but 6 GA counties following . Permits issued in the remaining 11 counties effective as of 12pm today. Hand piled natural vegetation CAN be burned in the 6 counties with proper notification to GFC. ht.ly/pdNr30mgZie

Power Line Safety

ASL Video. 

Water Supply

GA Residents who have experienced water outages and/or low water pressures are advised to “boil” all water prior to use for drinking, cooking, or preparing baby food. The water should be boiled for at least one minute after reaching a rolling boil. (10/16/2018)

Photo Credit: GAEMA

Sanitize pans, dishes, utensils, or ANYTHING that touched flood water. Wash with soap, rinse, then w/ 1 TBSP bleach + 1 gallon water – soak 15 min go.usa.gov/xRhM5



COMMUNITY SUPPORT  – SURVIVOR RESOURCES

Target

To help take care of our team members & communities after Hurricane Michael, Target’s committed $1 million. Learn more here: tgt.biz/r6bkx

Food Stamp Assistance 

Georgia residents who receive food stamps now have additional time to report food lost due to power outages during Hurricane Michael. For more information, please visit ow.ly/webg30mhJxf

Food, Emergency Housing, Farmer and Rancher Assistance

The USDA will provide food, emergency housing as well as farmer and rancher assistance to individuals and small businesses affected by severe storms and flooding. For more information visit, ow.ly/EJ3l30mhYBZ (10/18/2018)

Pet Owners

For pet owners impacted by the storm, here are some resources available to you:

Airport Travel

PET FEES waived incoming/outgoing out of Pensacola and Panama City Beach airports.  (10/18/2018 via Pet Manage)


IMPACTS

Line-of-Duty-Death:  GC Fire Coordinator – Brad Price

Gulf County Fire Coordinator, Brad Price, 49, of Wewahitchka.  Killed when helping family members clear debris from the hurricane when a tree fell on his tractor. 

We are in the process of gleaning all resources from all sources across various platforms listed in Twitter and Facebook and entering them into a fluid spreadsheet for your review. This will be uploaded in the next 24 hours.

If you can support with financial or your volunteering support, please see the above web links. 

We thank you for reading our Blog.   May you all be safe wherever you may be in this world and remember, to Pass It Forward. – Ed.

(c) 2018 NW Fire Blog – 10/18/2018

#TrumpTowerFire Kills 1, Injures 4 | 1

MANHATTAN, NY | A 4-Alarm fire from an unknown cause ripped through the 50th story of the Trump Tower this afternoon killing one civilian and injuring four firefighters.  Onlookers shot video and photos spreading like wildfire all over Social Media.

Photo Credit | NYC OEM

FIRE TIMELINE 

1427 PDT – MAN 2-ALARM 721 5 AVE, HIGH RISE (TRUMP TOWER) FIRE ON 50TH FLR.

1524 PDT – Due to a fire at Trump Tower in Manhattan, expect police and FDNY in the area of 5th Ave/W.57 St. Expect traffic and street closures nearby by due to emergency vehicles.

1527 PDT – Members are on scene of a 3-alarm fire at 721 5th Ave Manhattan. There are currently no injuries reported.

1530 PDT – Current street closures due to the fire at Trump Tower.   5th Ave between W. 55 St to W. 57 St and W. 56 St between Madison Ave to 5th Ave.

1556 PDT – Members remain on scene of a 4-alarm fire, 721 5th Ave in Manhattan. There is currently one serious injury to a civilian reported.

1628 PDT – 

1657 PDT –  Fire brought under control.

1658 PDT – We found fire on the 50th floor of the building. The apartment was entirely on fire. Members pushed in heroically, they were knocking down the fire and found one occupant of the apartment who is in critical condition.

1659 PDT – We had many floors to search, and stairways, and right now the only civilian injury is to the occupant of that apartment. There are four Firefighters with non-life-threatening injuries.

1659 PDT (2) – This was a very difficult fire. As you can imagine, the apartment is quite large, we are 50 stories up. The rest of the building had a considerable amount of smoke. 200 Firefighters and EMS members are on scene.

1700 PDT – The fire is still not considered to be under control because of the smoke conditions on all the floors above, says FDNY Fire Commissioner Nigro gives update on 4th alarm, 721 5th Ave Manhattan.

INCIDENT SUMMARY | 1 person has succumbed to his injuries, 4 firefighters were injured and have non-life threatening injuries.

FIRE BUILDING HISTORY 

January 8, 2018 | A fire in the building’s HVAC system injuring two civilians and one firefighter (non-life threatening injuries) and caused smoke to billow from the room.  It reportedly started around 0700 on Monday morning.  It was stated that some debris fell on to a firefighter and an engineer breathed in some smoke.  This fire took about one hour to put out.

PHOTO CREDIT | FDNY unless credits given otherwise to photos.

SOCIAL MEDIA | #TrumpTowerFire #NYFire

Senator Chuck Schumer (NY):  “Thinking tonight of those lost and injured in the fire that broke out in Trump Tower today, and incredibly thankful to the FDNY for their work that kept more NYers from harm.”

Editor’s Comments:  While there are very hateful things said on Social Media, we don’t always agree to agree with things going on in this world either but this is fire related and this is what we report on.  There was one person who was reportedly killed from their fire related injuries and four FDNY firefighters injured. We need to rally around the civilian’s life and family, as well as the firefighters, their family and our Fire Family.

When everyone runs out of a building or are trapped, these amazing and highly trained firefighters run in with a cache of personnel supporting them.  We need to recognize them for stopping this fire from spreading and extending beyond its current position.” LR Swenson, Editor

SOURCES | FDNY, FDNY Alerts, NYPD, Social Media

2018 NW Fire Blog

UPDATE 5 | #FindingDavid Search Has Concluded

Update 0000 Hours PST / 0100 Hours MDT

#FindingDavid

While those celebrated and were about to ring in the New Year, a family painstaking reported their little boy, David Puckett, 6, missing around 1745 hours MDT from his home in the 15700 block and Amherst Place in Aurora, Colorado.

He had been known to wander off a few times before but was always brought back by concerned citizens.

arapahoe-co-sar-finding-david

This time it was different. Very different.

The Aurora Police Department was called out to search for their missing little boy. When Patrols canvassed the area and found nothing, a National Center for Missing and Exploited Center (NCMEC) organization deployed one of their own Bloodhound K9 teams “Jessie” around 2000 Hours.  Along with Bloodhound K9 “Jessie”  from nearby Jefferson County, Aurora PD Patrols, County Deputies and with air support from Dallas PD’s Air One, would search throughout the night with a negative find for David Puckett.

Social Media Blasts

Law Enforcement immediately began releasing Media releases regarding his disappearances and creating a hashtag #FindingDavid.

Highlights from Case

Here are some of the highlights from #FindingDavid ‘s case.

December 31, 2016

  • David is considered as an At-Risk child due to his age, length of time missing and frigid weather conditions.
  • One hour delayed on night missing due to Family looking in all places where has frequented, cannot locate.
  • Aurora PD called.
  • NCMEC Bloodhounds are deployed
  • Officers, County Deputies and SAR personnel search throughout the night

January 1, 2017

  • ERT and SRT units are activated
  • Major Crimes unit, Crimes Against Children Unit gets involved in the case
  • (3) Reverse 911 calls are sent to Aurora’s 27,000 residents, approximately 2.5 miles from David’s home
  • Aurora Citizens Police Alumni Association deploys 400 of their Citizens Missing and Abducted Response Team

January 2 2017

  • Marking 3 days of searching by Officers conducting extensive neighborhood canvasses and interviews
  • Looked through parents home several times through Search
  • Police tell the public, residents to STOP voluntary searches as they could interfere with the SAR Dogs (Bloodhounds)
  • Alerts have been previously sent to Aurora Public Schools parents; set-up Counseling for parents, staff and children if needed
  • Witness report says seen missing boy on Saturday
  • AMBER ALERT issued
  • Family is cooperative
  • Arapahoe Rescue Patrol and Officers checked bodies of water in area

January 3, 2017

  • 1st and Final Press release from APD
  • 150 Law Enforcement personnel, 200 citizens have helped with the Search
  • 6 cadaver dogs (trailing/air scent SAR Dogs) deployed on January 2nd & 3rd.
  • 1 SAR Dog has a positive find in a smaller pond in the Olympic Park (PLS near Park)
  • Divers search and locate the body of an unknown child inside the pond and under the ice
  • Police say they are unable to provide a positive ID; tell Family takes a long time for this process
  • Police are treating pond as a crime scene, w/CSI & FBI teams on site
  • Police say there were hundreds of searchers, family, citizens and Officers that checked all bodies of water & no indication of someone falling in or under the ice (searched numerous times)
  • APD states since they are not able to ID the body of the child, they are continuing to look but all Pressers are now terminated, except for Press releases on Social Media (Twitter/Facebook)

Incident Partners

There were many who helped locate David Puckett from the initial call on NYE until the very end.  Here is a listing of those Incident Cooperators.

  • Arapahoe County Sheriff Office
  • Arapahoe Fire Department Technical Rescue Team
  • Arapahoe Rescue Patrol
  • Aurora PD: ERT, SRT, Crimes Against Children Unit, Major Crimes Unit
  • Aurora Citizens Police Alumni Association: Citizens Missing & Abducted  Response Team
  • Aurora Public Schools:  Staff and Parents
  • CBI
  • Dallas PD: Air One helo
  • FBI
  • Jefferson County Bloodhound K9 Team
  • Joint Terrorism Task Force
  • Metro Dallas Crime Stoppers
  • NCMEC
  • Rocky Mountain Safe Streets Task Force
  • Search and Rescue Dogs of the US (SARDUS)
  • Westminister Colorado PD

Help for the Rescuer

It does not matter if you are a Volunteer, Police Officer, Firefighter or School Staff Member, it is hard to lose a child or respond to a call dealing with a child.  If you are feeling grief because of this loss, we recommend that you reach out to your local organization such as the Police or Fire Chaplin (or confidentially to @SafeCallNow) or to your local School Counselor.

Editor’s Comments:

“Though APD has not officially ID’d this found child, we know their Family is looking for him/her.  We send our sincere and heartfelt prayers and thoughts to the Puckett Family during this difficult time as the continued search for David goes on.

(c) 2017 The #NWFireBlog 

UPDATE 4 | #FindingDavid Puckett

Please SHARE with your Friends, Family, Co-workers, Public Safety Members and on Your Social Media Channels to help bring this Child back to his parents and community.

SEARCHING FOR DAVID PUCKETT

SUMMARY

At -Risk (due to his age) David Puckett, 6, was last seen at his home in Aurora, Colorado on New Year’s Eve at 1745 Hours MST and has not been seen since. 

Criteria used to activate an Amber Alert has been deemed in this case as not having all of the identifiers needed to issue the Alert.  It appears he has simply wandered off and not abducted.

UPDATE | An AMBER ALERT has been issued the by Colorado Bureau Investigation (CBI) due to his young age, gone so long and weather conditions.

DESCRIPTION

David Puckett, 6, is described as a white male, 3’2″, 55#, brown hair and brown eyes.  He was said to be wearing green camo pants, black t-shirt,  orange trim on his black boots and a light Girl’s tan army style jacket.

He is a student at Dartmouth Elementary School.

RESOURCES

Over the course of the last three (3) days, hundreds of volunteers, LE personnel and others have partnered together in #FindingDavid launching ground SAR (aka groundpounders) to a Police Helicopters, those who specialize in Missing and Exploited Children, SAR K9s.

If you know anything, please call 9-1-1 or the Tip Line listed in this Post. No detail is considered small and may even help break the case wide open.

BEHAVIOR PATTERNS

finding-david-co-2

David Puckett is considered as an At Risk child (due to his young age) and has been reported as gone missing (wandered off) two times before but has always been returned to his parents by concerned citizens.

POLICE RESPONSE

Police have sent out three (3) reverse 9-1-1 calls that have expanded to a 2.5 mile radius reaching 27,000 residents within Aurora, Colorado. Police are also providing updates through their Social Media Channels, such as Facebook and Twitter.

They are asking all of us to help them get the word out there by RT broadcasts, etc.

SEARCH PARTY

Map

Police held briefings to plan their day of searching and coordination of volunteers.

On Monday, January 2nd, Police will again send out the bloodhound K9 team.

There is no other need for additional volunteers at this time.

 Aurora PD states within their Search perimeter, all bodies of water have been checked. They had deployed 3 Bloodhound trailing K9 dogs.  This is a Priority case for all Law Enforcement in the area.

CURRENT WEATHER 

Temps are 26*F, with a humidity of 77%, cloudy and winds at 6 mph.

TIP LINES

To relieve pressure from the 9-1-1 Communications Center, three (3) Tip Lines have been set-up @ 303-739-1870, 303-739-1865, 303-739-1868.  Those who wish to remain anonymous can still report any information to Law Enforcement to collect the Reward.

A $5,000 reward is being offered by the Metro Denver Crimestoppers for any Tips or the location of David Puckett.  You can call them or the Aurora Police Department at 720-913-STOP (7867).

SOCIAL MEDIA 

We are using the hashtag established for this missing child’s case as #FindingDavid. Please follow us on our Social Media channels (Twitter, FB) for more updates.

ABOUT BLOODHOUND K9s

When we were back in our SAR Days as volunteers, my hubby had a Bloodhound named Banjo (yes, he even came from midwest) who was a born-natural (okay, aren’t all of them?) Trailing SAR K9.

For those of you that are not familiar with the types of Search Dogs and their capabilities, here is a quick lesson.

Search-And-Rescue Dogs (SAR Dogs) are amazing dogs (all kinds of breeds) that can do amazing things by their amazing Handlers. Did I mention to you how amazing they are?   Here are some of the things these K9s can do:

  • Find a child lost in the wilderness or missing from their home
  • Find a missing person with Alzheimer’s from a nursing home or group home
  • Locate a skier buried under an avalanche
  • Partner with Law Enforcement at Crime Scenes
  • Find Live victims trapped in collapsed buildings
  • Some are also cadaver dogs
  • Locate drowning victims

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) state over 2100 kids go missing every day and 58,000 children annually are taken by someone they don’t know. Not every search has a SAR K9 team to help find them.

This search has deployed the usage of three Bloodhounds which is very great in #FindingDavid.  These SAR K9s dogs have the natural drive to locate their subject (missing person) and will most likely have their human counterpart wear out first before they do.  So far, they have had zeros or picking up of a scent trail leading to the missing person.

There are two kinds of SAR Dogs. Air scent and Trailing SAR K9s.

All humans constantly emit microscopic particles bearing human scent. By the millions, these particles become airborne and can be carried by the wind for considerable distances. Airborne scent is concentrated near its source, follows the air currents, and becomes more dilute the further it travels.

An air scent SAR dog is especially trained to locate the scent of any human in a specific area and close in on the source of the scent in heavy forested and rural/urban areas.  SAR Dogs work best in the morning and evening, day or night, all types of weather and to give them a higher chance of finding their subject, be called immediately after the missing person has been reported.  These dogs are mostly off-leash and roam freely back and forth to their Handler at large distances.

A trailing SAR dog is one that searches by the scent on the ground.  They are generally trained for scent discrimination.  Each dog is usually worked in a harness, leash and some type of article that belongs to the subject, such as a brush, comb, clothing, shoe, etc. will allow the dog to “breathe in” the scent.  The dog is trained to only follow that scent and no other. At times, the K9 may track, follow the footsteps or hone in on the scent in the home.

Bloodhounds have been known to find a missing person when the scent has been pooling for hours, days, weeks and even several months.  It is also possible for them to find someone who may have left the area in a car if the windows were open allowing the human cells to fall off into the wind. They can also find those in water as well.

To find out more about Search and Rescue Dogs, visit Dogs in Search and Rescue‘s website, http://www.ussartf.org/dogs_search_rescue.htm.

 

(c) 2017 The #NWFireBlog – Updated 1820 PST / 1920 Hours MST

UPDATE 3 | Searching for 6 YO David Puckett

Please SHARE with your Friends, Family, Co-workers, Public Safety Members and on Your Social Media Channels to help bring this Child back to his parents and community.

SEARCHING FOR DAVID PUCKETT

SUMMARY

At -Risk (due to his age) David Puckett, 6, was last seen at his home in Aurora, Colorado on New Year’s Eve at 1745 Hours MST (New Year’s Eve) and has not been located as of this post. 

Criteria used to activate an Amber Alert has been deemed in this case as not having all of the identifiers needed to issue the Alert.  It appears he has simply wandered off and not abducted.

DESCRIPTION

David Puckett, 6, is described as a white male, 3’2″, 55#, brown hair and brown eyes.  He was said to be wearing green camo pants, black t-shirt,  orange trim on his black boots and a light Girl’s tan army style jacket.

He is a student at Dartmouth Elementary School.

RESOURCES

On December 31st when David was reported missing, a huge presence of Law Enforcement Officers, personnel and volunteers came out in full force representing such units as Major Crimes, Citizens Missing/Abducted Response Team (CMART), Arapahoe County Deputies, Jefferson County K9 Team (1 Bloodhound) and over 400 volunteers from the Aurora Citizens Police Alumni Association and Aurora PD patrols.  Dallas PD’s Air One with a mounted FLIR also assisted from the air.

Resources searched well into the night but still were unable to locate the missing child.

On New Year’s Day, David still had not been found and resources from APD (Aurora)’s ERT, SRT, Crimes Against Children Unit, FBI and hundreds of volunteers put their NYE plans on hold to search for missing David Puckett.

BEHAVIOR PATTERNS

finding-david-co-2

David Puckett is considered as an At Risk child (due to his young age) and has been reported as gone missing (wandered off) two times before but has always been returned to his parents by concerned citizens.

POLICE RESPONSE

Police have sent out three (3) reverse 9-1-1 calls that have expanded to a 2.5 mile radius reaching 27,000 residents within Aurora, Colorado. Police are also providing updates through their Social Media Channels, such as Facebook and Twitter.

They are asking all of us to help them get the word out there by RT broadcasts, etc.

SEARCH PARTY

Map

Police held briefings to plan their day of searching and coordination of volunteers.

On Monday, January 2nd, Police will again send out the bloodhound K9 team.

There is no other need for additional volunteers at this time.

We sent a request to Aurora PD for additional information asking if the Bloodhound K9s are finding scent trails and if there are any bodies of water nearby. Additionally, we have asked the size of their search perimeter to gain a feel of how their Search is set-up.

CURRENT WEATHER CONDITIONS

It is currently mostly cloudy with temps at 40*F with winds at 16 mph and humidity of 38%. There is a zero chance of any precip today.  Temps are expected to drop later this evening into the 20’s with a chance of snow showers on Wednesday and Thursday of this week.

TIP LINES

To relieve pressure from the 9-1-1 Communications Center, three (3) Tip Lines have been set-up @ 303-739-1870, 303-739-1865, 303-739-1868.  Those who wish to remain anonymous can still report any information to Law Enforcement to collect the Reward.

A $5,000 reward is being offered by the Metro Denver Crimestoppers for any Tips or the location of David Puckett.  You can call them or the Aurora Police Department at 720-913-STOP (7867).

SOCIAL MEDIA 

We are using the hashtag established for this missing child’s case as #FindingDavid. Please follow us on our Social Media channels (Twitter, FB) for more updates.

ABOUT BLOODHOUND K9s

When we were back in our SAR Days as volunteers, my hubby had a Bloodhound named Banjo (yes, he even came from midwest) who was a born-natural (okay, aren’t all of them?).

For those of you that are not familiar with the types of Search Dogs and their capabilities, here is a quick lesson.

Search-And-Rescue Dogs (SAR Dogs) are amazing dogs (all kinds of breeds) that can do amazing things by their amazing Handlers. Did I mention to you how amazing they are?   Here are some of the things these K9s can do:

  • Find a child lost in the wilderness or missing from their home
  • Find a missing person with Alzheimer’s from a nursing home or group home
  • Locate a skier buried under an avalanche
  • Partner with Law Enforcement at Crime Scenes
  • Find Live victims trapped in collapsed buildings
  • Some are also cadaver dogs
  • Locate drowning victims

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) state over 2100 kids go missing every day and 58,000 children annually are taken by someone they don’t know. Not every search has a SAR K9 team to help find them.

This search has deployed the usage of three Bloodhounds which is very great in #FindingDavid.  These SAR K9s dogs have the natural drive to locate their subject (missing person) and will most likely have their human counterpart wear out first before they do.

There are two kinds of SAR Dogs. Air scent and Trailing SAR K9s.

All humans constantly emit microscopic particles bearing human scent. By the millions, these particles become airborne and can be carried by the wind for considerable distances. Airborne scent is concentrated near its source, follows the air currents, and becomes more dilute the further it travels.

An air scent SAR dog is especially trained to locate the scent of any human in a specific area and close in on the source of the scent in heavy forested and rural/urban areas.  SAR Dogs work best in the morning and evening, day or night, all types of weather and to give them a higher chance of finding their subject, be called immediately after the missing person has been reported.  These dogs are mostly off-leash and roam freely back and forth to their Handler at large distances.

A trailing dog is one that searches by the scent on the ground.  They are generally trained for scent discrimination.  Each dog is usually worked in a harness, leash and some type of article that belongs to the subject, such as a brush, comb, clothing, shoe, etc. will allow the dog to “breathe in” the scent.  The dog is trained to only follow that scent and no other. At times, the K9 may track, follow the footsteps or hone in on the scent in the home.

Editor’s Comments:  “We had to be careful with our Bloodhound because once he got on a scent trail, his behavior became so animated nearly pulling my hubby’s arm out of the socket or causing him to lose his footing.” 

Bloodhounds have been known to find a missing person when the scent has been pooling for hours, days, weeks and even several months.  It is also possible for them to find someone who may have left the area in a car if the windows were open allowing the human cells to fall off into the wind. They can also find those in water as well.

To find out more about Search and Rescue Dogs, visit Dogs in Search and Rescue‘s website, http://www.ussartf.org/dogs_search_rescue.htm.

 

(c) 2017 The #NWFireBlog – Updated 1233 PST / 1333 Hours MST

UPDATE | Searching for At-Risk David Puckett

Please SHARE with your Friends, Family, Co-workers, Public Safety Members and on Your Social Media Channels to help bring this Child back to his parents and community.

SEARCHING FOR DAVID PUCKETT

SUMMARY

At -Risk (due to his age) David Puckett, 6, was last seen at his home in Aurora, Colorado last night around 1745 Hours MST (New Year’s Eve) and has not been located as of yet.

Criteria used to activate an Amber Alert has been deemed this case simply does not qualify it as one, deemed by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation. (CBI). It appears that he just simply wandered off from his home.

DESCRIPTION

David Puckett, 6, is described as a white male as 3’2″, 55#, brown hair and brown eyes.  He was said to be wearing green camo pants, black t-shirt,  orange trim on his black boots and a light Girl’s tan army style jacket.

He is a student at Dartmouth Elementary School.

RESOURCES

On December 31st when David was reported missing, a huge presence of Law Enforcement Officers, personnel and volunteers came out in full force representing such units as Major Crimes, Citizens Missing/Abducted Response Team (CMART), Arapahoe County Deputies, Jefferson County K9 Team (1 Bloodhound) and over 400 volunteers from the Aurora Citizens Police Alumni Association and Aurora PD patrols.  Dallas PD’s Air One with a mounted FLIR also assisted from the air.

Resources searched well into the night but still were unable to locate the missing child.

On New Year’s Day, David still had not been found, resources from APD (Aurora)’s ERT, SRT, Crimes Against Children Unit, FBI have all been involved in this case.

BEHAVIOR PATTERNS

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David Pucket is considered as an At Risk child (due to his young age) who has gone missing (wandered off) two times before but was returned with the assistance of a concerned citizen or has gone inside a store for help.

POLICE RESPONSE

Police have sent out three (3) reverse 9-1-1 calls that have expanded to a 2.5 mile radius reaching 27,000 residents within Aurora, Colorado. Police are also providing updates through their Social Media Channels, such as Facebook and Twitter.

They are asking all of us to help them get the word out there by RT broadcasts, etc.

PRESSER

The next presser will be at 0800 MST on Monday, January 2nd or if they find David, whichever occurs first.

REWARD

A $5,000 reward is being offered by the Metro Denver Crimestoppers for any Tips or the location of David Puckett.  You can call them or the Aurora Police Department at 720-913-STOP (7867).

TIP LINES

To relieve pressure from the 9-1-1 Communications Center, three (3) Tip Lines have been set-up @ 303-739-1870, 303-739-1865, 303-739-1868.  Those who wish to remain unanonymous can still report any information to Law Enforcement to collect the Reward.

SOCIAL MEDIA 

We are using the hashtag established for this missing child’s case as #FindingDavid. Please follow us on our Social Media channels (Twitter, FB) for more updates.

ABOUT AURORA, COLORADO

The City of Aurora is the 3rd largest city in the State that boasts a population of 353,108 (2014 census) residents.  It is 100% urban and 0% rural.  It is proud of its award-winning Public Safety partners.

The Aurora Police Department currently has 682 Officers with 141 Civilians.

The Aurora Fire and Rescue has 346+ (2014 census) personnel working in various disciplines. It responded to 54,000 calls in 2015.  They are a Department that staffs all fire apparatus with 4 personnel.  There are 15 Fire Stations in the City.

 

(c) 2017 The #NWFireBlog – Updated 2315 Hours PST / 0015 Hours MST

HAVE YOU SEEN ME? | Finding 6 YO David Pucket

Please SHARE with your Friends, Family, Co-workers, Public Safety Members and on Your Social Media Channels to help bring this Child back to his parents and community.

AT RISK CHILD – MISSING

SUMMARY

Six year old David Pucket went missing on New Year’s eve around 1745 Hours MST, Aurora Police are saying most likely he left voluntarily but are not ruling out a possible abduction from his home in the 15700 block of East Amherst Place in Aurora, Colorado.

DESCRIPTION

David Pucket, 6, is described as a white male as 4′, 47#, brown hair and hazel eyes.  He was said to be wearing green camo pants, black t-shirt, black & orange boots and a tan coat. He is a student at Dartmouth Elementary School. | UPDATE | David has Brown eyes, not Hazel.

Police urge those who may have seen this At Risk child to call 9-1-1 immediately and report all and any tips (no matter if you think it is insignificant) to Law Enforcement. See Something? Say Something.

RESOURCES

Aurora PD say this is their highest priority case and have many resources from various units and surrounding communities out looking for him.

SRT, Patrols, Major Crimes, Jefferson County Bloodhound K9 Team, Denver PD Helicopter, Arapahoe Co SAR volunteers, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), the FBI and Darmouth Elementary have either been deployed or are said to be part of this high priority case as resources.

BEHAVIOR PATTERNS

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David Pucket is considered as an At Risk child who has gone missing (wandered off) two times before but was returned with the assistance of a concerned citizen or has gone into a store for help.

POLICE RESPONSE

Police have sent out three (3) reverse 9-1-1 calls that have expanded to a 2.5 mile radius reaching 27,000 residents within Aurora, Colorado. Police are also providing updates through their Social Media Channels, such as Facebook and Twitter.  They are asking all of us to help them get the word out there by RT broadcasts, etc.

Due to the unknowns in this case and criteria needed, an Amber Alert has not been issued but could if their investigation turns into that direction.

TODAY’S ACTIVITIES

Police, Volunteers, Family and other persons will be out in full force today looking to find David.  Due to cold weather conditions, David was probably not dressed properly making it even that much more of a priority to find him.

Aifinding-david-colorador resources may include Drones and a Helicopter today along with a high number of ground resources.

SOCIAL MEDIA 

We are using the hashtag established for this missing child’s case as #FindingDavid. Please follow us on our Social Media channel (Twitter, FB) for more updates. When RT this, please use the same hashtag, so we can align all of our posts on the same page.

ABOUT AURORA, COLORADO

The City of Aurora is the 3rd largest city in the State that boasts a population of 353,108 (2014 census) residents.  It is 100% urban and 0% rural.  It is proud of its award-winning Public Safety partners.

The Aurora Police Department currently has 682 Officers with 141 Civilians.

The Aurora Fire and Rescue has 346+ (2014 census) personnel working in various disciplines. It responded to 54,000 calls in 2015.  They are a Department that staffs all fire apparatus with 4 personnel.  There are 15 Fire Stations in the City.   Firefighters are represented by the IAFF Local 1290.

The weather is currently partly sunny with temps of 45*F with Westerly winds at 6 mph and humidity at 27%.

(c) 2017 The #NWFireBlog – Updated 1310 PST / 1410 MST

Las Vegas NV | Major MCI | Police Not Ruling Out Act of Terrorism

Las Vegas NV | A unknown woman reportedly drove her vehicle on Las Vegas Boulevard in front of Planet Hollywood on to the sidewalk mowing down a large group of people, killing one.

The driver initially hit the group of people and fled the scene attempting to elude Officers.   The unidentified female driver was stopped on Flamingo and taken into custody by Police.

Police say they have no motive why she would drive into a group of people then flee.  They say they are not ruling this out as an act of terrorism.  Drug/Alcohol impairment tests have been conducted.  No word on the results.

Thirty-seven victims involved in tonight’s #VegasMCI:

  • 26 Injured
  •   4 Treated and Released
  •   7 Critical

As usual, some media and bloggers were reporting & reposting misinformation saying multiple people were killed.

The Incident Commander [IC] requested the Emergency Operations Center’s Command Vehicle [CV] respond to the scene for coordination.

At the time of this post, source for our story is via the Las Vegas Metro PD on youtube.com / https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StUQHdQqlSk [KTNV Channel 13 TV]

Commentary:

“Kudos to 1st Responders for getting to the scene quickly and immediately enacting the ICS protocol.  Amazing work everyone.

To the families, friends and communities affected by this tragedy, you all are in our thoughts and prayers.” 

(c) 2015 The #NWFireBlog

NW LAW ENFORCEMENT JOBS: Week of December 6, 2015

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NO CLOSING DATES

CAMPUS SECURITY OFFICER. University Puget Sound – Tacoma, WA.  https://www2.pugetsound.jobs/psc/HRPRD/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=2&JobOpeningId=2651&PostingSeq=1&       [[[ NEW ]]]

CHIEF OF POLICE.  City of Mill Creek – Mill Creek, WA   http://jobs.colorscareers.com/jobseeker/job/25623639/Chief%20of%20Police/City%20of%20Mill%20Creek,%20WA/?vnet=0&str=26&max=25 No Closing Date Listed.

COURT SECURITY OFFICER. Kitsap County – Bremerton, WA  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/kitsap/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1013839 No Closing Date listed.

DEPUTY – ENTRY. King County Sheriffs Office – Seattle, WA   http://seattle.craigslist.org/see/gov/5312938586.html.  No Closing Date.

DEPUTY – LATERAL.  King County Sheriff’s Office – Seattle, WA   http://seattle.craigslist.org/see/gov/5312938586.html No Closing Date.

DEPUTY SHERIFF.  Spokane County Sheriff’s Office – WA  http://jobs.colorscareers.com/jobseeker/job/25924408/Deputy%20Sheriff%20-%20Entry/Spokane%20County%20Sheriff’s%20Office/?vnet=0&max=25&str=26  No Closing Date.

FEDERAL RESERVE LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER. Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco – Seattle, WA   https://frb.taleo.net/careersection/12l_external/jobdetail.ftl?job=434960&src=JB-10080  No Closing Date listed.

FINANCIAL CRIMES MANAGER 1.  Wells Fargo Bank – Portland, OR.  http://wellsfargojobs.com/us/portland-(or)/compliance/jobid9078601-financial-crimes-mgr-1 No Closing Date listed.

POLICE OFFICER.  Confederated Tribes of Chehalis Reservation – Chehalis WA. http://www.indeed.com/cmp/Confederated-Tribes-of-the-Chehalis-Reservation/jobs/Police-Officer-c1464fce9a1504a9?q=law+enforcement   No Closing Date listed. [[[ NEW ]]] 

POLICE OFFICER – ENTRY.  City of Bellevue – Bellevue, WA.  http://jobs.colorscareers.com/jobseeker/job/14501966/Entry%20Level%20Police%20Officer/Bellevue%20Police%20Department/?vnet=0&str=51&max=25 No Closing Date listed.

POLICE OFFICER – ENTRY.  Spokane PD – Spokane WA.  http://jobs.colorscareers.com/jobseeker/job/25924412/Police%20Officer%20-%20Entry/Spokane%20Police%20Department/?vnet=0&max=25&str=26  No Closing Date Listed.

POLICE OFFICER – ENTRY. Vancouver PD – Vancouver, WA  http://jobs.colorscareers.com/jobseeker/job/25924387/Police%20Officer%20-%20Entry/Vancouver%20Police%20Department/?vnet=0&max=25&str=26  No Closing Date Listed.

POLICE OFFICER. City of Everett – Everett, WA    http://seattle.craigslist.org/see/gov/5301832076.html  No Closing Date listed.

POLICE OFFICER.  City of Forest Grove – Forest Grove, OR  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/forestgrove/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1297661 No Closing Date listed.

POLICE OFFICER. Oak Harbor PD – Oak Harbor, WA  http://jobs.colorscareers.com/jobseeker/job/23429818/Police%20Officer/Oak%20Harbor%20Police%20Department/?vnet=0&str=51&max=25 No Closing Date listed.

POLICE OFFICER. City of Olympia PD – Olympia, WA  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/olympiawa/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=335246 No Closing Date listed.

POLICE OFFICER.  Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office – Everett, WA   http://jobs.colorscareers.com/jobseeker/job/23172514/Entry%20Level%20Police%20Officer/Snohomish%20County%20Sheriff’s%20Office/?vnet=0&str=51&max=25 No Closing Date listed.

POLICE OFFICER. Monroe PD – Monroe, WA   http://jobs.colorscareers.com/jobseeker/job/24520096/Entry%20Level%20Police%20Officer/Monroe%20Police%20Department/?vnet=0&str=51&max=25 No Closing Date listed.

POLICE OFFICER – LATERAL.  Lakewood PD – Lakewood, WA   http://agency.governmentjobs.com/lakewoodwa/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=275207.  No Closing Date listed.

POLICE OFFICER – LATERAL.  City of Eugene – Eugene, OR  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/eugene/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1292641   No Closing Date listed.

POLICE OFFICER – LATERAL.  City of St. Helena, OR.  http://www.indeed.com/cmp/City-of-St.-Helens/jobs/Police-Officer-cc32a672fad9cc47?sjdu=QwrRXKrqZ3CNX5W-O9jEvckRc6gBZ-8AUMHGx4KzNJfhrZSQNflZStS4Ux6MaTyQlPYb9sfpuXPfdOZqUfVb0b1MBqUJSd_ca19y9WYZFSw  No Closing Date listed.

STATE TROOPER – ENTRY LEVEL.  WA State Patrol – Statewide, WA http://jobs.colorscareers.com/jobseeker/job/25924358/WSP%20Trooper%20-%20Entry/Washington%20State%20Patrol/?vnet=0&max=25&str=26  No Closing Date Listed. 

DECEMBER CLOSING DATES

ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER.  City of Seattle – Seattle Animal Shelter. Seattle, WA   http://agency.governmentjobs.com/seattle/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=129418  Closes 12/8/15.

CRIMINAL DIVISION CHIEF. City of Seattle PD – Seattle, WA   http://agency.governmentjobs.com/seattle/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1288858 Closes 12/8/15.

ENFORCEMENT OFFICER. Washington State Dept of Fish & Wildlife – Olympia, WA http://agency.governmentjobs.com/washington/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1101616 Closes 12/15/15. 

ENTRY LEVEL POLICE OFFICER.  Oak Harbor PD – Oak Harbor, WA.   https://www2.pugetsound.jobs/psc/HRPRD/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=2&JobOpeningId=2651&PostingSeq=1& c Closes 12/31/15.  [[[ NEW ]]]

POLICE OFFICER.  City of Kennewisk PD – Kennewick, WA   http://jobs.colorscareers.com/jobseeker/job/25626898/Entry%20Level%20Police%20Officer/Kennewick%20Police%20Department/?vnet=0&str=51&max=25 Closes 12/31/15. 

POLICE PROJECT COORDINATOR.  City of Shoreline, WA.  http://seattle.craigslist.org/sno/gov/5331168048.html Closes 12/8/15.

SHERIFF CADET – CIVIL SERVICE.  Snohomish County Sheriff Office, WA   http://agency.governmentjobs.com/snohomish/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1262706      Closes 12/16/15.

2016 CLOSING DATES

DIRECTOR, OFFICE OVERSIGHT. King County Council – Seattle, WA      http://agency.governmentjobs.com/kingcounty/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1274428 Closes 1/4/16.

CHIEF OF POLICE.  Kirkland PD – Kirkland, WA  http://jobs.colorscareers.com/jobseeker/job/25907754/Chief%20of%20Police/Kirkland%20Police%20Department/?vnet=0&str=26&max=25 Closes 1/19/16.

 POLICE OFFICER – LATERAL. City of Seattle PD – Seattle, WA   http://agency.governmentjobs.com/seattle/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1292475    Closes 2/12/16.

RECRUIT TROOPER. OR State Patrol – Statewide, OR   https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/1288717/recruit-trooper  Closing 1/3/16. 

 

We wish you Luck!

(c) 2015 The #NWFireBlog

NW LAW ENFORCEMENT JOBS: Sunday, November 29, 2015

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NO CLOSING DATES

CHIEF OF POLICE.  City of Mill Creek – Mill Creek, WA   http://jobs.colorscareers.com/jobseeker/job/25623639/Chief%20of%20Police/City%20of%20Mill%20Creek,%20WA/?vnet=0&str=26&max=25 No Closing Date Listed.

COURT SECURITY OFFICER. Kitsap County – Bremerton, WA  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/kitsap/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1013839 No Closing Date listed.

DEPUTY – ENTRY. King County Sheriffs Office – Seattle, WA   http://seattle.craigslist.org/see/gov/5312938586.html.  No Closing Date.

DEPUTY – LATERAL.  King County Sheriff’s Office – Seattle, WA   http://seattle.craigslist.org/see/gov/5312938586.html No Closing Date.

** NEW!! ** DEPUTY SHERIFF.  Spokane County Sheriff’s Office – WA  http://jobs.colorscareers.com/jobseeker/job/25924408/Deputy%20Sheriff%20-%20Entry/Spokane%20County%20Sheriff’s%20Office/?vnet=0&max=25&str=26  No Closing Date.

FEDERAL RESERVE LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER. Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco – Seattle, WA   https://frb.taleo.net/careersection/12l_external/jobdetail.ftl?job=434960&src=JB-10080  No Closing Date listed.

** NEW!! ** FINANCIAL CRIMES MANAGER 1.  Wells Fargo Bank – Portland, OR.  http://wellsfargojobs.com/us/portland-(or)/compliance/jobid9078601-financial-crimes-mgr-1 No Closing Date listed.

POLICE OFFICER – ENTRY.  City of Bellevue – Bellevue, WA.  http://jobs.colorscareers.com/jobseeker/job/14501966/Entry%20Level%20Police%20Officer/Bellevue%20Police%20Department/?vnet=0&str=51&max=25 No Closing Date listed.

** NEW!! ** POLICE OFFICER – ENTRY.  Spokane PD – Spokane WA.  http://jobs.colorscareers.com/jobseeker/job/25924412/Police%20Officer%20-%20Entry/Spokane%20Police%20Department/?vnet=0&max=25&str=26  No Closing Date Listed.

** NEW!! ** POLICE OFFICER – ENTRY. Vancouver PD – Vancouver, WA  http://jobs.colorscareers.com/jobseeker/job/25924387/Police%20Officer%20-%20Entry/Vancouver%20Police%20Department/?vnet=0&max=25&str=26  No Closing Date Listed.

POLICE OFFICER. City of Everett – Everett, WA    http://seattle.craigslist.org/see/gov/5301832076.html  No Closing Date listed.

** NEW!! ** POLICE OFFICER.  City of Forest Grove – Forest Grove, OR  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/forestgrove/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1297661 No Closing Date listed.

POLICE OFFICER. Oak Harbor PD – Oak Harbor, WA  http://jobs.colorscareers.com/jobseeker/job/23429818/Police%20Officer/Oak%20Harbor%20Police%20Department/?vnet=0&str=51&max=25 No Closing Date listed.

POLICE OFFICER. City of Olympia PD – Olympia, WA  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/olympiawa/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=335246 No Closing Date listed.

POLICE OFFICER.  Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office – Everett, WA   http://jobs.colorscareers.com/jobseeker/job/23172514/Entry%20Level%20Police%20Officer/Snohomish%20County%20Sheriff’s%20Office/?vnet=0&str=51&max=25 No Closing Date listed.

POLICE OFFICER. Monroe PD – Monroe, WA   http://jobs.colorscareers.com/jobseeker/job/24520096/Entry%20Level%20Police%20Officer/Monroe%20Police%20Department/?vnet=0&str=51&max=25 No Closing Date listed.

POLICE OFFICER – LATERAL.  Lakewood PD – Lakewood, WA   http://agency.governmentjobs.com/lakewoodwa/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=275207.  No Closing Date listed.

POLICE OFFICER – LATERAL.  City of Eugene – Eugene, OR  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/eugene/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1292641   No Closing Date listed.

POLICE OFFICER – LATERAL.  City of St. Helena, OR.  http://www.indeed.com/cmp/City-of-St.-Helens/jobs/Police-Officer-cc32a672fad9cc47?sjdu=QwrRXKrqZ3CNX5W-O9jEvckRc6gBZ-8AUMHGx4KzNJfhrZSQNflZStS4Ux6MaTyQlPYb9sfpuXPfdOZqUfVb0b1MBqUJSd_ca19y9WYZFSw  No Closing Date listed.

** NEW!! ** STATE TROOPER – ENTRY LEVEL.  WA State Patrol – Statewide, WA http://jobs.colorscareers.com/jobseeker/job/25924358/WSP%20Trooper%20-%20Entry/Washington%20State%20Patrol/?vnet=0&max=25&str=26  No Closing Date Listed. 

DECEMBER CLOSING DATES

ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER.  City of Seattle – Seattle Animal Shelter. Seattle, WA   http://agency.governmentjobs.com/seattle/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=129418  Closes 12/8/15.

COMMUNITY SERVICE OFFICER – B CRIME PREVENTION SPECIALIST. City of St. Helena, OR.  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/eugene/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1289087   Closes 12/4/15. 

CRIMINAL DIVISION CHIEF. City of Seattle PD – Seattle, WA   http://agency.governmentjobs.com/seattle/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1288858 Closes 12/8/15.

ENFORCEMENT OFFICER. Washington State Dept of Fish & Wildlife – Olympia, WA http://agency.governmentjobs.com/washington/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1101616 Closes 12/15/15. 

POLICE CHIEF.  City of Talent – Talent, OR    http://mailtribune.careers.adicio.com/jobs/city-of-talent-police-chief-search-talent-or-97540-82208403-d  Closes 12/1/15.

POLICE OFFICER.  City of Kennewisk PD – Kennewick, WA   http://jobs.colorscareers.com/jobseeker/job/25626898/Entry%20Level%20Police%20Officer/Kennewick%20Police%20Department/?vnet=0&str=51&max=25 Closes 12/31/15. 

** NEW!! ** PARK RANGER 1 – NEHALEM BAY STATE PARK.  Nehalem, OR.  https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/1289053/park-ranger-1-nehalem-bay-state-park  Closes 12/7/15.

** NEW!!**  POLICE PROJECT COORDINATOR.  City of Shoreline, WA.  http://seattle.craigslist.org/sno/gov/5331168048.html Closes 12/8/15.

SHERIFF CADET – CIVIL SERVICE.  Snohomish County Sheriff Office, WA   http://agency.governmentjobs.com/snohomish/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1262706      Closes 12/16/15.

TRAINING SPECIALIST.  ID State Police. Meridian, ID  https://labor.idaho.gov/DHR/ATS/StateJobs/jobannouncement.aspx?announcement_no=08015015933    Closes 12/7/15.

2016 CLOSING DATES

DIRECTOR, OFFICE OVERSIGHT. King County Council – Seattle, WA      http://agency.governmentjobs.com/kingcounty/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1274428 Closes 1/4/16.

** NEW!! ** CHIEF OF POLICE.  Kirkland PD – Kirkland, WA  http://jobs.colorscareers.com/jobseeker/job/25907754/Chief%20of%20Police/Kirkland%20Police%20Department/?vnet=0&str=26&max=25 Closes 1/19/16.

 POLICE OFFICER – LATERAL. City of Seattle PD – Seattle, WA   http://agency.governmentjobs.com/seattle/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1292475    Closes 2/12/16.

RECRUIT TROOPER. OR State Patrol – Statewide, OR   https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/1288717/recruit-trooper  Closing 1/3/16. 

 

We wish you Luck!

(c) 2015 The #NWFireBlog