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Members of the Mayor’s Crisis Response Team (CRT) are volunteers who respond to traumatic incidents at the request of the LAPD and LAFD. For more information or to volunteer, contact LACRT@lacity.org.
Members of the Mayor’s Crisis Response Team (CRT) are volunteers who respond to traumatic incidents at the request of the Los Angeles Police and Los Angeles Fire Departments. CRT volunteers provide immediate on-scene crisis intervention, act as a liaison between the victim and emergency personnel and give referrals to victims and their families affected by a death, a violent crime or other traumatic incidents. These incidents include homicides, suicides, serious traffic accidents, natural deaths and multi-casualty incidents. For more information contact LACRT@lacity.org.
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Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti Office of Homeland Security & Public Safety VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY MAYOR’S CRISIS RESPONSE TEAM (CRT) Are you compassionate and looking to help your neighbors? Are you willing to provide support and resources during times of crisis? Can you commit to volunteering every month for at least 36 of on-call hrs? ** Applications are being accepted for Fall 2015 Academy ** Please click on the link to fill-out an application: http://tinyurl.com/CRT-Summer-Fall-Application What: Crisis Response Team Volunteer Program Training When: 2 nights a week for 3 hours (6pm-9pm) for 8 weeks Total classroom hours: 54 hours Fall 2015 Dates: Tuesday, Sept. 15 – Thursday, Nov. 5 Where: LAPD Headquarters in Downtown Los Angeles ** Bilingual Volunteers Encouraged to Apply ** ABOUT THE MAYOR’S CRISIS RESPONSE TEAM: Members of the Mayor’s Crisis Response Team (CRT) are volunteers who respond to traumatic incidents at the request of the Los Angeles Police and Los Angeles Fire Departments. CRT volunteers provide immediate on-scene crisis intervention, act as a liaison between the victim and emergency personnel and give referrals to victims and their families affected by a death, a violent crime or other traumatic incidents. These incidents include homicides, suicides, serious traffic accidents, natural deaths and multi-casualty incidents. Notes on Applications & Training: Those interested in volunteering are required to complete an application and attend an interview session. The nine-week training program for the Mayor’s Crisis Response Team provides volunteers with the information, training and support to be able to respond to crisis situations as a member of the CRT. To learn more or request an application please email: LACRT@LACity.org Applications can be found at: http://tinyurl.com/CRT-Summer-Fall-Application Or contact CRT Director Joe Avalos at 213 978-0697
Congratulations to Deputy Mayor Eileen Decker!! We are proud and very happy for her! Eileen Decker has been a great leader and mentor. "Eileen Decker is one of the nation's finest public safety professionals. Through Eileen's leadership, crime is at record lows, the fire department is being overhauled, and our city is becoming a model for disaster preparedness. The President could not have made a better choice. Our office will miss her work and I will personally miss her, but I am glad that her new position keeps her in the business of keeping L.A. safe," Mayor Garcetti said. THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 4, 2015 President Obama Nominates Two to Serve as U.S. Attorneys WASHINGTON, DC - Today, President Obama nominated Eileen Maura Decker and John W. Huber to serve as U.S. Attorneys. "Through their dedication and accomplishments in public service, these fine attorneys have distinguished themselves as some of the best and brightest their profession has to offer," President Obama said. "I am honored to nominate them as United States Attorneys and know that they will faithfully and tirelessly pursue justice on behalf of the American people." Eileen Maura Decker: Nominee to be United States Attorney for the Central District of California Eileen Maura Decker has served as the Deputy Mayor for Homeland Security & Public Safety for the City of Los Angeles since 2009. From 1995 to 2009, Decker served as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Central District of California and held a number of leadership positions including Chief of the National Security Section from 2007 to 2009; Deputy Chief of the Organized Crime and Terrorism Section from 2002 to 2007; and Deputy Chief of the Organized Crime Strike Force from 1999 to 2002. She served as a law clerk to Judge Gary Taylor of the United States District Court for the Central District of California from 1991 to 1992. Decker began her legal career as an associate at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher from 1990 to 1991 and returned to the firm from 1992 to 1995. She received her J.D. in 1990 from New York University School of Law and her B.S. in 1982 from New York University, School of Business & Public Administration.