L. C. F. P. A
Lancater County Fire Police Association
General Membership Meeting Will Be Held At:
L.C.P.S.T.C. | Station 91 | January 18, 2016
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Lieutenant Greg Leaman
The Lancaster County Fire Police Task Force Executive Board is a five-member committee of volunteers, organized to establish a county-wide volunteer Fire Police Task Force to assist with crowd control, traffic control and security.
The Task Force shall work as one unit in assisting all local emergency responders at major emergency incidents throughout Lancaster County, whenever needed. The Task Force shall also work in this capacity whenever requested by agencies in adjoining counties as well.
The role of this Task Force is to work with the local Incident Commander on major emergency incidents in both an advisory capacity as well as providing additional support with volunteer Fire Police Officers from throughout Lancaster County.
STANDARD OPERATING GUIDLINES
The purpose of these standard operating guidelines (SOG’s) is to establish policy procedures and rules for all volunteer special fire police officers of the Lancaster County Fire Police Task Force in the County of Lancaster, Commonewealth Of Pennsylvania.
Click on the center SOG book to download the document in Adobe PDF Format.
Fire Police Academy
A one-stop program to give a new or experienced Fire Police Officer EVERYTHING they need to ace the job!
Starting the end of February, the Lancaster County Fire Police Association and the Harrisburg Area Community College will host a Fire Police Academy, which will be held at the Lancaster County Public Safety Training Center on Champ Road just off PA 283. Classes will be held Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 6-10, and Saturdays 8-5, with lunch provided.
The Student will receive fully 100 hours of training plus two extra 4-hour practice sessions. The student then may - their option - seal the deal with Certification testing.
This class is like NOTHING you've had before!
The brand-new Fire Academy Basic Fire Police class will start the program February 23rd, 25th, and 27th.
March 1st & 3rd will see the Introduction to the Incident Command System; March 5th will be Introduction to NIMS.
Traffic Control 101, a MUTCD-based program, will be presented the week of March 8th, 10th, and 12th.
HazMat Awareness (also called Recognizing & Identifying) will be the class on March 15th. Read More...
LANCASTER COUNTY FIRE POLICE TASK FORCE