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CRR is a process to identify and prioritize local risks, followed by the integrated and strategic investment of resources to reduce their occurrence and impact.
In other words, it is a process to help communities discover their risks and develop a plan to reduce the risks viewed as a high priority.
The Senior Safety Summit was Developed in collaboration with the McLean Citizens Association, the Mclean Community Center, the Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department, and the Fairfax County Police Department
FRD Chief John Butler, and FCPD Chief Kevin Davis were the Keynote Speakers with Seniors, and Community Members at the Wednesday April 26th MCA/MCC Senior Safety Summit in McLean. The purpose for the MCA/MCC Senior Safety Summit was to learn how the FRD and FCPD can work together to keep our Seniors Safe!
MCA Representative Paul Kohlenberger gave a brief History about the McLean Citizens Association
MCC Executive Director Betsy May-Salazar discussed her Position as the MCC Executive Director
PUBLIC SAFETY TOPICS PRESENTED:
The FRD spoke about Community CRR is a process to identify and prioritize local risks, followed by the integrated and strategic investment of resources to reduce their occurrence and impact. In other words, it is a process to help communities discover their risks and develop a plan to reduce the risks viewed as a high priority.
FCPD spoke about Search and Rescue – Missing Persons
What Does SAR Do:
- Critical Missing Person Searches
- Evidence Searches
- Regional Assistance
- Regional Training
- Department Training
- Extensive Work with VDEM
- Education and Training
- Human Tracking
The FCPD spoke about Scams and Frauds
- DO NOT answer unknown numbers.
- DO NOT use any links or phone numbers in an email, text or voicemail!
- DO NOT confirm your identity or give out personal information.
- If unsure it is a scam do your own research to verify.
- Resist the pressure to act immediately!
- Scammers are pleasant in the beginning but will become aggressive to intimidate.
- If you believe you have been the victim of a scam, please file a report through our Financial Crimes Online Reporting system - https://bit.ly/2U8hVXE
OTHER ITEMS DISCUSSED
The FCPD is currently accepting applications for the Fall session. It’s entirely free for Fairfax county residents. Community Police Academy | Police (fairfaxcounty.gov)
The FCPD also discussed three summer programs for teens and young adults that are FREE of charge.
- Police Leaders of Tomorrow (PLOT): Police Leaders of Tomorrow | Police (fairfaxcounty.gov) June 26th -30th (18-24yo) Deadline May 24th
- Teen Police Academy (TPA): Teen Police Teen Police Academy | Police (fairfaxcounty.gov)Academy | Police (fairfaxcounty.gov) July 24-28th (entering 10th, 11th, 12th grade) Deadline June 21st
- Future Women Leaders in Law Enforcement (FWLLE): Future Women Leaders in Law Enforcement | Police (fairfaxcounty.gov) July 31st - Aug 4th (entering 10th , 11th and 12th grade) Deadline June 21st
PLOT is open to any young adults in the DMV metropolitan area. TPA and FWLLE are open to anyone enrolled in a school in NOVA – that includes private and home schooled teens.