DHSS Offers Naloxone Training This Month In Sussex Co.

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Free training in the use of Naloxone, a medication proven effective in reversing the effects of an opioid overdose, will be offered in Delaware this month and in April. The Delaware Department of Health and Social Services’ Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health will make training available in Georgetown, Lewes, Seaford and Ocean View.…

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Gov Carney Signs Executive Order #43 – Rapid Workforce Training & Redeployment Training Initiative

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Governor John Carney on Monday signed Executive Order #43, creating the Rapid Workforce Training and Redeployment Training Initiative to assist Delaware workers and their families who have lost jobs and income due to the COVID-19 crisis. The workforce development program will initially be funded with $10 million of federal CARES Act funding. Investments in workforce development…

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Four K9 Teams Graduate DOC Training

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The 2019 Basic Patrol K-9 Class graduated Thursday after fourteen weeks of intense and challenging training.  The training consists of obedience, agility course, tracking, contraband, evidence and suspect search, criminal apprehension and handler protection.  The K-9 handlers also received training on basic K-9 health and first aid.  Two K-9 teams will be on duty at…

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CODE PURPLE SUSSEX COUNTY

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CODE PURPLE SUSSEX COUNTY HOTLINE – Code Purple Hotline 302-519-0024 Please go to the CODE PURPLE SUSSEX COUNTY website for more information about training and volunteering. The Online calendar is up and running! You can sign up online, but don’t forget to train first! Upcoming Training dates: October 29th Laurel Training #1 – https://www.facebook.com/events/570844639998238/ November…

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Lawsuit Filed Against Priority One Air Rescue After Lewes Firefighter’s Death

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A lawsuit has been filed against an air rescue company by the family of a Lewes firefighter who died during a 2016 training exercise over Georgetown.  DelawareOnline reports the suit, which was filed in New Castle County Superior Court, seeks compensation from Priority One Air Rescue for the children of Timothy McClanahan.  The 46 year…

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Another DOC CEIT Class Graduates

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The Delaware Department of Correction has graduated another class from its Correctional Employee Initial Training Academy.  The class includes 25 Correctional Officers, 2 counselors, a paralegal and one Physical Plant Maintenance Mechanic.  They have completed 10 weeks of training and now join the ranks of over 2500 employees who uphold the DOC’s mission of protecting…

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