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Milwaukie Public Safety Foundation


CERT

FIRST AID COURSE


To pay for your CERT first aid course please click the button below.


Cost is $50.00






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We do not use the participant's manual during the class, and it is not required for you to have it. But if you wish to use it as a training aid it is available to purchase for $9.95 at the


Red Cross Store

The course is July 28th from 9am to 4 pm.


It is at:-

Milwaukie Public Safety Building

3200 SE Harrison Street

Milwaukie.


Certificates issued by American Red Cross for 2 year period.

Milwaukie Public Safety Foundation is a 501(3)(c) non profit.



2018 9K for K9 Walk


Held Saturday July, 14th


We raised enough funding to be able to purchase four ballistic K9 Vests. The first has already been given to Hubbard PD, the second will go to Gladstone PD. The remaining two will be allocated soon.

Goal Met to Support Milwaukie Police K-9 Unit


Thanks to the generous support of businesses, organizations,  citizens of Milwaukie and surrounding areas, the MPSF has raised sufficient funding to be able to offer support to the Milwaukie Police K-9 Unit for the foreseeable future.


We now wish to protect the K-9 Officers already in service and the MPSF will change the future focus of our K-9 fund to provide ballistic and stab-proof vests for law enforcement agencies where K-9s either do not have a vest or are using a second hand vest.  The MPSF would like to start working with local law enforcement agencies, or agencies that have a connection to Milwaukie.  The first recipient of a new K9 protective vest is the City of Hubbard Police Department K9 Zafa.  The MPSF will continue to organize the 9K for K9 Walk, the next Walk will be July 14th 2018, and all money raised will go to fund the ballistic vest program. Our long term goal is to provide our program state-wide as funding allows.  


While this years walk is going to raise money to buy ballistic vests for Oregon K9s, Milwaukie Police Department has in the past few weeks retired Yago their K9 Officer. The money we have raised in the previous K9 Walks has enabled us to tell Chief Bartol that immediate funds are available for us to purchase and train a new dog, when a new handler has been selected. That is very much due to the support we have received from all our sponsors and supporters and we give you all a very big thank you.


We assure all donors that whatever they give will be used exclusively for the project for which their funds are designated.  No funds are used for any other purpose and the current Milwaukie K-9 Unit account will be frozen until funds are needed to further support the MPD K-9 Unit.