A national survey reveals EMS economic and operations redesigns that would have been considered heresy just years ago By: CPSM’s Matt Zavadsky, MS-HSA, EMT Ask any EMS clinician or leader, and they will tell you – many EMS systems across the U.S., regardless of provider type, are on life support. Workforce shortages, skyrocketing costs, supply…
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FREE WEBINAR: Transforming Law Enforcement to Address Public Health
Equity and Inclusion/Social Justice: ICMA Community Conversations
Marchers in the street are demanding that communities re-evaluate what is being spent on policing. Are there better alternatives?
Let’s start with the roadmaps that are out there. National law enforcement experts will discuss the 21st Century Policing report prepared by The President’s Task Force in May 2015. They will look at the history which led up to the report and cover highlights that remain applicable today.
But for communities that want to look at reforming, improving, or “defunding” police in various tasks – they”ll also discuss how go about it, i.e, reallocating some police resources to bring in social workers, EMS responders, mental health specialists, and other professionals able to respond to emergency calls.
Tom Wieczorek, Director, Center for Public Safety Management (CPSM)
Matt Fulton, Vice President, POLCO, National Citizen Survey/National Research Center
Deputy Chief Wayne Hiltz, B.S., former Interim Chief of Police, Pasadena and Irwindale Police Department, California
Chief Demosthenes M. Long, ED.D, J.D., M.A., Associate, Center for Public Safety Management (CPSM)
Leonard Matarese, Director, Research and Development, Center for Public Safety Management (CPSM)
Chief John E. Perez, Chief of Police, City of Pasadena, California
Matt Zavadsky, President, National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT)
Free Webinar Helps Cities Facing Public Safety Budget Cuts
Experts from the Center for Public Safety Management (CPSM) recently held a free webinar for local government officials facing significant revenue shortfalls as a consequence of COVID-19. Presenters included: Thomas Wieczorek, Director Dov Chelst, Ph.D., Director of Quantitative Analysis Matt Zavadsky MS-HSA, NREMT, Senior Associate, EMS Chief Jackie Gomez-Whiteley, B.A., M.A., Senior Manager for Law…
FREE WEBINAR: New Executive Order on Law Enforcement
Equity and Inclusion: ICMA Community Conversations
National experts explain the implications of President Trump’s New Executive Order on Law Enforcement and how it relates to local government police reform efforts.
Moderator: Thomas Wieczoreck, Director, Center for Public Safety Management, LLC, Retired City Manager Ionia, Michigan; former Executive Director Center for Public Safety Excellence
- Craig Hartley, Executive Director, Commission on Accreditation of Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA)
- Margo Frasier, Vice President, National Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement; former elected sheriff of Travis County, Texas, former police monitor, City of Austin, Texas
Wieczorek to Lead ICMA Webinar December 11
Center for Public Safety Management (CPSM) management director Thomas Wieczorek will lead a webinar for the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) on December 11, 2019. Titled “Asking Police Chiefs the Right Questions to Make Data-Driven Decisions,” the webinar busts some common myths about police metrics. Because police and fire departments represent a large portion of…
Webinar: Asking Police Chiefs the Right Questions to Make the Right, Data-Driven Decisions (12/11/19)
This ICMA University Online Classroom webinar provides tools to help make informed policy decisions by knowing what to ask of your police departments.
How many police officers do you really need? How well is your police department performing? Are “officers per 1,000” and “number of calls” really meaningful measures?
Join public safety expert, Tom Wieczorek, as he addresses these questions and more. Participants will gain insight into data that will help you rethink the workforce allocation of your police department.
This session will cover how to:
– Understand the difference between “calls for service” and “workload”
– Quantify workloads in police departments by seasonal and weekday variables and identify whether personnel are allocated correctly
– Get the metrics you need from police departments to make staffing decisions
– Learn alternative strategies for handling calls for service
– Establish goals and priorities and know what you need to analyze
– Set measurable goals, identify performance problems, and apply strategies to follow the path of continuous improvement
Tom Wieczorek, director, Center for Public Safety Management
CPSM Fire Study Causes City of Grand Blanc To Be Two Years Ahead of Projections
Thomas Wieczorek, Director of the Center for Public Safety Management (CPSM), presented a fire study about the Grand Blanc Fire Department operations on September 11.
CPSM Offers Public Safety Insights at 2019 ICMA Regional Conferences
The Center for Public Safety Management (CPSM) kicked off 2019 with a strong presence at the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) regional conferences throughout the country. Starting with the Southeast conference in Greenville, South Carolina and finishing strong at the Midwest conference in Evanston, Illinois, CPSM Principals offered direct responses to attendee questions about public…
Community Risk Reduction
CPSM has been focusing its efforts into ramping up its emergency management and emergency services.
CPSM Provides Recommendations for Charlevoix EMS Program
In 2018, CPSM delivered a comprehensive list of recommendations for the Emergency Medical Services Program in the City of Charlevoix.