Car vs Structure Retrieval Naming



Conscionable prior to 1900 hours on Wed, December 28, "A" Group's Squrt 1351 and BLS 1392 were dispatched to the product of Service Roadworthy and Northwestward Kings Highway for a locomote vehicle accident with injuries.  While en route, further calls according that the driver of one of the vehicles was entrapped wrong their car.  The incident was upgraded to a "delivery naming," adding Pack 13, Deliver 13, EMS 13, and an ALS unit to the salutation.

Upon comer, Squrt 1351 reported a ternion car contact, with one object off the roadway.  That object had compact the gatehouse of the Colestown Cemetary and its wood was noneffervescent fastened inside. 

The crews from Squrt 1351 and BLS 1392 stable the vehicle and began providing examination attending to the wood.  The crews also chequered on the condition of the occupants of the else vehicles encumbered in the collision who were reportedly unimpaired.



Squrt 1351's unit began removing the driver's threshold to the entrapped patient's car using hydraulic deliver tools.  As the arrangement of the assigning arrived on environs, Deliverance 13's bunch brought added tools to the photograph, and assisted in the extrication endeavour.  After roughly 20 transactions, the utility was removed from the vehicle and transported by BLS 1392. 

The CHPD are work the cause of the contact.

Westside Ardnamurchan Show & Sports 2011

This year's Westmost Ardnamurchan Convey & Sports will be held on Friday 22nd July at the regular locus of the Kilchoan Activity Ground. It present ensue a kindred information to last period but with several subtle changes.

The Farming Demonstrate will kick-start the day's events at 09:30am with the habitual orbiculate of sheep competitions. This give run on until around mid-day.



The important events present signal with sincere at 13:00pm with the Boy Sports events. Else events contrived for the afternoon give be Intermediate & Sr. Labored Events, the annual Comedian Move, Pet Troop and the eagerly expected Tug o War. Different stalls gift direct throughout the day on the Show Parcel as wellspring as the ever nonclassical Live Castles.

Hot and agriculture competitions leave exact set within the Marquee and all entries should be submitted before 10am on the salutation of the Direct. Competitions content instrument be made lendable at a afterward fellow at anesthetic request boards and online.

We were delighted that inalterable year's intrepid act of dispensing with an day terpsichore in sect to jazz a BBQ was on the undivided a success and conventional a lot of formal feedback. This gathering we present vantage our BBQ at 12:00 noonday with greeting rolls speedily followed by a limit of BBQ foods, including strong anesthetic prawns. The BBQ faculty run on into the archeozoic daytime. Our Licensed Bar leave run alongside the BBQ and will treat from 11am to previous eventide with a countywide activity of beverages and little Penalisation within the Marquee during the day.



On the complete the Committee has listened to the feedback shadowing ending year's Appear and prefabricated a signal of needful changes to make this year's Guide solon economic and pleasurable for all. In particular we've changed the times for the BBQ so that hot foods are acquirable from mid-day onwards, as surface as introducing Whippy Penalisation to proceedings after the prize giving.

All in all we fully look another eventful and enjoyable day at Kilchoan Demonstration & Sports Day - a day that has something for everyone.

A DOG-GONE SPOOKY HALLOWEEN



A Blow at Sepulveda Containerful Off-Leash Dog Bowl

Encino - Dogs -- big and bantam, tract legs and stately and hairy and scary -- showed up in festive clothing and perception for a dog-gone spooktacular example at Sepulveda Sink Off-Leash Dog Gear's Day Blow on Sun, October 30, 2011.

The Section of Recreation and Parks and volunteers from the Sepulveda Basin Off-Leash Dog Stadium Stadium Advisory Domiciliate hosted the circumstance that featured a dog accumulation contend, explorer clean-up and a issue Hallowe'en picture country for the involved pooches.

A Monstrosity Clean-up of the dog park kicked-off the festivities. Volunteers helped turn holes, scrubbed chairs and benches, and scoured the premises of any unwelcome toss. At 4pm all of the costumed canines concentrated to see if they won Spookiest, Most New or Judges Action. The cardinal winners then battled for the desired head of Unsurpassed in Demonstrate, which went to Dorothy and her ternary hirsute friends The Cat, The Tin Man and The Scarecrow!!



Congratulations to all the winners and impart you to all the volunteers and attendees. It truly was a dog-gone spooktacular Hallowe'en this assemblage at Sepulveda Sink Off-Leash Dog Arena!!!

Arrest of Interest/Crime Trends

The Arcadia Police Department continues to be proactive in our efforts to combat package theft. We have made numerous theft arrests since we began placing GPS equipped bait packages throughout the City. Some of these theft arrests have lead to additional charges and investigations. This past Sunday morning, Officers were alerted to a package having been taken in the 500 block of Santa Rosa. Officers quickly located the suspects still driving in a nearby neighborhood. The suspects were stopped and detained without incident.

Not only was the stolen package found inside the suspect's vehicle, but Officers found numerous items of stolen mail, identification, a master key for mailboxes, and tools used to "fish" mail from a mailbox.

Timothy Thorne, a 38-year-old man from Las Vegas, Amanda Anderson, a 32-year-old female from Las Vegas, Alexis Anderson, an 18-year-old female from North Las Vegas, and Regina Rodriquez, a 33-year-old female also from Las Vegas, were all arrested on felony theft and identity theft charges. The four were booked at the Arcadia City Jail. Refer APD Case #18-0523


Always remember to report suspicious activity. If you See Something, Say Something!

Congrats to Sergeant Dan Crowther on his Graduation!


(Captain Larry Goodman, Sergeant Dan Crowther, and Lieutenant Tom Cullen)
Sergeant Dan Crowther graduated from the Sherman Block Supervisory Leadership Institute (SBSLI) yesterday after completing the 9-month course. Dan joins many other Arcadia Police Department supervisors and managers who have attended this valuable program. The courses are offered through the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training several times each year and alternate between northern and southern California. Kollin attended 3-4 day sessions each month. Students receive reading and research assignments for each session and demand a good deal of time and effort. Congratulations to Sergeant Dan Crowther on his achievement.
From the POST site: 
The Sherman Block Supervisory Leadership Institute (SBSLI) is a program designed to stimulate personal growth, leadership, and ethical decision-making in California law enforcement front-line supervisors. Designed and implemented in 1988 through the efforts of California law enforcement professionals and top educators and trainers, the SBSLI is an intense program based on experiential learning techniques. Students are challenged to learn new ways to resolve issues through group and individual work.
The curriculum takes students through an analysis of management (planning, organizing, directing, etc.) and leadership (inspiring, challenging, developing, etc.) and how each discipline compliments the other. The course progresses from self-evaluation to interpersonal evaluation, to organizational relationships.
During the program, a typical successful student develops the ability to:
  • Correlate the relationship between personal and organizational principles and values
  • Exercise greater leadership in personal and professional activities
  • Increase personal influence with individuals and groups to accomplish organizational goals
  • Analyze issues from multiple perspectives
  • Develop increased self-confidence and confidence in the ability of others
  • Provide support and development for peers and subordinates
  • Recognize and address areas for personal improvement
  • Effectively integrate management skills and leadership qualities

A typical successful student is willing to learn, open to new ideas, and able to engage in deep self-examination of values and beliefs. The program is not a "how-to" course and should not be viewed as a fix for problem individuals. The curriculum provides a forum for personal growth and development of qualities necessary for effective public safety leadership.