Monthly Archives: January 2014

“Staying Alive” Flash Mob Could SAVE A LIFE – Check It Out

From:  The Chattanooga Times Free Press Facebook Page Flash mobs come in all shapes and sizes, for a wide variety of reasons, but the Chattanooga firefighter recruit class of 2013 took their training one step further, by creating a flash … Continue reading

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CCOP Promotes Four Volunteer To Senior Patroller

Congratulations are in order for four CCOP patrol volunteers who were promoted on Sunday January 19 to the rank of Senior Patroller (SPtlr.) SPtlr. Alex Upchurch, SPtlr. Ainslee Tillbrook, SPtlr. Aja Banks and SPtlr. Ross Hayduk all received additional training … Continue reading

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“Smart Phone Thefts Rose In 2013” According to Huff Post Article

The Huffington Post confirms what we’ve been saying for over a year now.  Cell phone thefts, often violent thefts, became a significant problem in 2013 and continue to be of concern to us, and law enforcement all over the country. … Continue reading

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CCOP: 2013 In Brief Review

As an organization we did some amazing things in 2013, thanks to the dedication and support of each end every one of our volunteer Patrollers and our unpaid Patrol Directors group.  Here is a brief review. The year started off … Continue reading

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