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1 RACES/ACS ORIENTATION August 8, 2012 Marcelle Indelicato Senior Emergency Planner

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1 1 RACES/ACS ORIENTATION August 8, 2012 Marcelle Indelicato Senior Emergency Planner

2 2 Mission  To train, organize and deploy radio amateurs in support of Contra Costa County agencies and organizations

3 3 Operational Area  What Agencies do we serve?  When do we serve them?  Where do we serve them?  How do we serve them?  What are our priorities?

4 4 Role and Responsibility of the Office of Emergency Services  Support the County Emergency Management Team  Coordinate Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Function  Develop Plans, Maintain Programs and Conduct Projects  Support the County-Wide Department Operations Centers, 19 Cities and 30 + Special Districts  Community Liaison, Outreach and Education

5 5 Forms and Documentation  Request for Participation  Marketing / Informational Brochure  Training Plan  Communications Plan  Work Plan  Q and A Document  Cal EMA Program Description  Organizational Chart

6 6 Documents (continued)  Volunteer Confidentiality Agreement  Volunteer Membership Guidelines  Activation Site List  Frequency Planning Guide  Operational Aids  Class/Course Certificates  Amateur Radio Station Record/Log

7 7 ICS Forms / Incident Action Plan  ICS 201 – Incident Briefing  ICS 205 – Incident Radio Communications Plan  ICS 205A – Communications List  ICS 206 – Medical Plan  ICS 208 – Safety Message / Plan  ICS 211 – Incident Check In-List  ICS 213 – General Message

8 8 ICS Forms / Incident Action Plan  ICS 214 – Activity Log  ICS 216 – Radio Requirements Sheet  ICS 217 – Radio Frequency Assignment Sheet  ICS 218 – Support Vehicle / Equipment Inventory  ICS 221 – Demobilization Check-Out

9 9 Policies and Procedures  Reserves & Volunteer Units  Arrest/Criminal Investigation  Harassment & Discrimination (DVD)  Personal Appearance  Unbecoming Conduct

10 10 Policies and Procedures (continued)  Vehicle Operation & Parking  Vehicle Accident Reporting Dispatch Number Dispatch Number  Personally Owned Radios  Gratuities and Bribes  Employee Personal Involvement in Arrest

11 11 Policies and Procedures (Continued)  Dissemination of Law Enforcement Information  Control of Office of the Sheriff Information  Emergency Activation of Personnel  Propriety and Decorum  Courtesy and Bearing

12 12 Plans and Guidelines  FEMA – FCC Tips for Communicating Before, During and After DisastersTips for Communicating Before, During and After Disasters  Homeland Security - National Emergency Communications Plan

13 13 Events, Activities and Special Projects  Annual Awards Ceremony (Fri in Feb)  Frequency Interference Assistance  Ham Radio Intruder Task Force  CCC Collaborative Network Team (28)  Baker to Vegas Run  Dispatch Tours  Coroner Tour  Community Safety Fairs

14 14 Events, Activities and Special Projects (continued)  CCC Annual Fair  Monthly Bay Area Hospital Net  Weekly Cal EMA Net  Weekly MTC Satellite Phone Check  Logistics Support and EOC Readiness  State Exercises Annual Golden GuardianAnnual Golden Guardian Annual Medical / Health StatewideAnnual Medical / Health Statewide California Great Shake OutCalifornia Great Shake Out  Community Drills Annual Red Cross Care and ShelterAnnual Red Cross Care and Shelter Annual CAER School Shelter in PlaceAnnual CAER School Shelter in Place DOWDOW

15 15 Facilities and Equipment  OES Emergency Operations CenterEmergency Operations Center Communications Radio RoomCommunications Radio Room Emergency Services Support UnitEmergency Services Support Unit Homeland Security UnitHomeland Security Unit Community Warning SystemCommunity Warning System  Dispatch

16 16 Facilities and Equipment (Continued)  Tech Services  FOB PatrolPatrol Sheriff’s Office DOCSheriff’s Office DOC Connex BoxConnex Box  Trailers  Communications Van

17 17 Office of the Sheriff Core Values  HONOR You Are Accountable for your professional and personal behaviorYou Are Accountable for your professional and personal behavior  COURAGE You must have the moral and mental strength to do what is rightYou must have the moral and mental strength to do what is right  COMMITMENT It is your day-to-day duty to strive for improvementIt is your day-to-day duty to strive for improvement

18 18 Core Values (Continued)  LEADERSHIP This is the tool which gives us the ability to create alliances and partnershipsThis is the tool which gives us the ability to create alliances and partnerships  TEAMWORK Fosters cooperation, creates and reinforces a positive work cultureFosters cooperation, creates and reinforces a positive work culture

19 19 Multiple Volunteer Hats  RACES  CERT  VIPs  American Red Cross  Other Amateur Radio Groups (ARES, CARES, MDARC)  Medical Reserve Corp (MRC)  Other Office of the Sheriff Volunteer Groups Remain mindful of whom you representRemain mindful of whom you represent

20 20 Expectations  Office of the Sheriff Photo ID Card Official Business & SecurityOfficial Business & Security  Participation  Attitude is Everything  Keep Personnel Files Current  You are the face of the Office of the Sheriff  You are treated like a paid employee  Partner to create a meaningful experience  Be Responsive  Be Welcoming

21 21 Communication Guidelines  Be Present  Listen with Respect  Encourage others to participate  Confidentiality  Be Self Aware  Try on new ideas  It’s okay to disagree, politely

22 22 Summary  Purpose  Available Tools  Ground Rules  Ways to Contribute  Assets and Resources  Donations

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