COVID-19 Bulletin 13: Personnel Exposures All employees must keep six feet between yourself and others as much as possible. Cloth face coverings do not substitute for social distancing. This document, when combined with COVID-19 Bulletin 7A, is intended to provide for the protection of public safety personnel, and reduce the need for quarantining such personnel. […]
UPDATE: COVID-19 Bulletin 7A Mask Use by Public Safety Personnel and Others Based on guidance from the CDC and others, public safety should implement the following: Anyone who is transported or even briefly placed in any public safety vehicle (cruisers, ambulances, etc.) will be given either a cloth face covering or a surgical mask and directed to […]
Governor DeWine announced that nearly $16 million in grant funding is now available for local law enforcement agencies, probation and parole offices, local courts, victim service providers, and adult, juvenile, and community corrections agencies. This funding was awarded to the Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services (OCJS), a division of the Ohio Department of Public […]
We have been working to develop guidance for our region regarding CPR during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Last week, the American Heart Association along with seven other medical societies issued Interim Guidance, and as it recommends, we used their expert guidance and modified it for our region. These materials focus on reducing provider exposure, while prioritizing […]
Stress can be intense during a pandemic. Fear about the safety and wellbeing for yourself, your coworkers, your family and friends, or those you serve can cause you to experience new or increased stress reactions.You can mitigate those reactions and increase your wellbeing and effectiveness on the job by picking a few of the following […]
This policy provides general guidelines to assist in minimizing the risk of employees contracting and/or spreading communicable diseases.
Featuring a real time Law Enforcement impact dashboard! Shared by Major Wendy Stiver, Dayton Police Department. Agencies can input their own data to help track exposures and PPE needs. Data will likely be used to support future funding to better prepare for the next pandemic or next wave of this one. NPF is funded by […]