The White Plains Fire Department has created a video on the dangers of Carbon Monoxide as part of its public education program. The video, which is called “The Quiet Killer,” runs 7 minutes and was produced with funds donated to the Department by Fenway Golf Club.
This past July, four members of The White Plains Department of Public Safety received certification from “Fair & Impartial Policing to conduct Implicit Bias Training. Captain Joseph Castelli, Lieutenant James Spencer, Sergeant LaValle Larrier, and Sergeant Kevin Farrelly all attended this three day course in Camden, New Jersey along with members of The Camden County Police Department and other New Jersey Police Departments. Our Department is scheduled to train all White Plains Police Supervisors in October 2016, with Captain Castelli leading instruction. Every other White Plains Police Officer will receive this during the upcoming week-long In-Service-Training which begins in January 2017. This is the next evolution of “cultural & sensitivity” training as a follow up to Procedural Justice training that all White Plains Officers received during the week-long 2016 In-Service-Training. Lieutenant Spencer will also conduct outreach to the community to give updates regarding this training evolution. The following are excerpts from Fair & Impartial Policing and info regarding Procedural Justice.
The White Plains Department of Public Safety is pleased to announce the continuation of the Public Safety Citizen’s Academy. This special and exciting eight-week program is intended for the residents of the City of White Plains who want to learn more about the White Plains Public Safety Department.
This Academy is offered FREE of charge and is a hands-on, interactive, behind-the-scenes program that is taught by experienced police officers, fire fighters and emergency medical personnel.
Last Tuesday, the City of White Plains celebrated National Night Out 2016! Neighborhoods throughout the city were invited to spend the evening with residents and join forces to strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships. We had an amazing turn out and are proud to see that this event gets bigger every year!