Safe Community Project


Public Safety

Licensed First Responders.

The Safe Community Project operates two public safety divisions in Southern California. These divisions are staffed by trained, contract first responder qualified members. There are a combination of EMT-B, EMT-D, and Wildland Firefighter qualifications within these teams. Our public safety teams work in collaboration with area fire departments.

Mission Statement.

The Safe Community Project delivers critical life saving fire and disaster preparedness initiatives to students, families, and older adults living in California. We’re building more resilient communities and better prepared residents.

Engaged People. Safer Homes. Resilient Communities.

Uniformed public safety members provide an array of services, including:
  • Community Risk Reduction Strategies and Tactics
  • Community Risk Assessments Against Wildfire
  • Home Assessments Related to Home Hardening
  • Property Assessments Related to Defensible Space
  • Re-population Support Following Active Wildfires
  • Home Inspections for Fire Safety
  • Community canvassing for fire safety
  • Smoke Alarm Field Education (S.A.F.E.) for the LAFD
  • Installation of FREE smoke alarms and CO detectors
  • Fire safety education in area elementary schools
  • Full Red Cross certification in CPR and use of an AED
  • Hands-only CPR training for the general public
  • Fireworks Risk Reduction for the general public
  • EMS Support When Called Upon

The Divisions.

Each of the Southern California Divisions are made up of teams that operate not only independently, but in collaboration, both with one another, and with partners, including but not limited to the Los Angeles Fire Department, Glendale Fire Department, San Marino Fire Department, Murrieta Fire Department, Riverside City Fire Department, and the Riverside County Fire Department (CalFire).

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