Chesapeake CERT

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Apply here: http://www.cityofchesapeake.net/Government/City-Departments/Departments/fire/cert/certapp.htm

Eligibility Requirements (Please Note)

All CERT volunteers must submit to a criminal history background check. This process includes a standard check of local and national records along with the National S*x Offenders Crimes Against Minors Registry. All CERT volunteers must submit to a local

DMV driving history check. In both cases (Criminal History and Driving Records checks) there are events that can disqualify an applicant. The following offenses will automatically disqualify an applicant, however it is not the complete list. Certain other violations will be evaluated on a case by case basis. Criminal Events
•Murder and manslaughter
•Malicious wounding by mob
•Abduction
•Assaults and bodily woundings
•Robbery
•Carjacking
•Threats of death or bodily injury
•S*xual assault
•Felony stalking
•Arson
•Burglary
•Felony violation relating to possession of distribution of drugs
•Drive-by shooting
•Use of machine gun in a crime of violence
•Aggressive use of machine gun
•Use of sawed-off shot gun in crime of violence
•Delivery of drugs to prisoners
•Escape from jail
•Felonies by prisoners
•Failing to secure medical attention for injured children
•Pandering
•Crimes against nature involving children
•Taking indecent liberties with children
•Abuse and neglect of children
•Obscenity offenses
•Possession of child po*******hy or electronic facilitation of po*******hy
•Incest
•Abuse or neglect of incapacitated adults
•Employing or permitting a minor to assist in an act constituting an obscenity offense
•Conviction of any attempts or conspiracies to commit any of the aforesaid crimes
•Any conviction for a crime against the person or property of a minor, felony or misdemeanor, inclusive of the crimes set forth above. Driving Events
•No suspensions or revocations for other than administrative reasons (i.e. failure to pay fine, insurance monitoring, failure to pay child support) within the past 24 months;
•No convictions of driving while intoxicated with, or under the influence of, alcohol or drugs within the past 36 months;
•No convictions of reckless driving within the past 36 months;
•No convictions of speeding 20 miles per hour or more within the past 12 months;
•No declaration, determination or adjudication as a Habitual Offender until two years after driving privileges have been restored; and
•No more than two convictions involving any moving violation within the last 12 months.

Any other dog would have been put down long time ago. Sad, but true.Once they bite, it is more than likely they will bit...
10/03/2023

Any other dog would have been put down long time ago. Sad, but true.
Once they bite, it is more than likely they will bite again.
The dog needs to leave or stay kenneled.

Some members of Joe Biden's staff are worried that Commander, the president's dog, "only has an appetite" for biting Secret Service members, per a new report.

09/12/2023

Starting on Tuesday, school zone speed cameras will once again be active in several Chesapeake school zones. Signage warning drivers about photo enforcement is marked at each zone and you can find a list of active cameras at www.cityofchesapeake.net/1860/PhotoSafe-Speed-Enforcement. Before a citation is issued, any picture of a potential violation is sent to a Chesapeake Police Officer for individual review. If a citation is sent, all payments must be made online or through the mail. For questions, contact the Chesapeake Police Department’s PhotoSafe office at 757-382-3535. Keep our students safe this school year – slow down and stay alert.

09/12/2023
09/12/2023
09/02/2023

This is why we ALWAYS stress to NEVER drive through a flooded road. This was Monday morning along Spring Branch Rd. in Patrick County.

Photo: Steven Pyle (Virginia Department of Emergency Management)

08/26/2023
07/03/2023

Sparklers are more dangerous than most people think as they burn at about 2,000 degrees. They can quickly ignite clothing and many kids have been severely burned from dropping sparklers on their feet. Consider safer options such as glow sticks and confetti poppers.

07/03/2023

Your festivities should contain fun, not burns! Enjoy public firework displays and leave the pyrotechnics to the professionals.

Fireworks bring the risk of fires, injuries, and death — see the 2022 report from U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission below.

07/02/2023

A Thunderstorm Warning means more than just rain. They can bring powerful winds, hail, flash flooding and/or tornadoes.

Take Watches and Warnings seriously, and remember: never enter flooded areas.

Find more safety tips at ready.gov/thunderstorms-lightning.

11/02/2022
Happy HalloweenBe safe, from Chesapeake CERT.
10/31/2022

Happy Halloween
Be safe, from Chesapeake CERT.

07/21/2022

☀️Temperatures are soaring across the country! ☀️

❗️ Know the signs of heat exhaustion and heat stroke.
❗️ Check on family and neighbors. The young and elderly are at increased risk of health complications.
❗️ Drink water. Stay hydrated.
❗️ Find shade to cool off.

06/27/2022

Pay your bill or start service in seconds with our user friendly app on iOS and Android devices. Enable notifications to stay up to date on account updates.

06/27/2022

Learn how to safely operate a portable generator, where to set up a generator for use, and how to store and handle fuel around a portable generator.

06/27/2022

Downed power lines are dangerous. Keep your safety in mind by reporting downed lines and following these tips to protect yourself.

06/27/2022

Dominion Energy works overtime to ensure our customers are safe during a storm. Learn how to prepare before a storm, as well as how to make an emergency kit.

06/20/2022

Chesapeake FD asked for our support at the current brush fire off elbow Road.
Those available please respond to me in a text 757-573-5697.
Come on Centerville and then turn on elbow and park at the coastal Church.
Once I established somebody there who can check people in will start shuttling people down.
Must have your shirt, vest, hard hat, closed toe preferably work Boot shoes.
When you get to the church Marie should be there shortly you'll check in with her.
Marie phone to text also 7575735698

Nice day out on the canal providing support to the paddlers. Chesapeake Parks, Recreation and Tourism
05/07/2022

Nice day out on the canal providing support to the paddlers.

Chesapeake Parks, Recreation and Tourism

01/25/2022

America’s best pics and videos is fun of your life. Images, GIFs and videos featured seven ti...

11/15/2021

If you're interested in being a Spotter, you're in luck! We've got a FREE online training class (the last of the fall season!) coming up tomorrow night at 6 pm. Follow along on your computer or mobile device, and all ages are welcome! Register now and get more information at weather.gov/AKQ/SKYWARN

10/18/2021

For those who want to come out and help. 13 November we will meet at PSOB at 9am to organize the new trailer and clean out and organize the other trailers. Will sort out and remove old and replace with new, inventory and report what is needed and dispose of old and outdated supplies.

10/06/2021

Learn The Sounds of Fire Safety: Know the difference between the sound of your carbon monoxide (CO) alarm and the smoke alarm, and the low-battery signals. If the low-battery signal sounds, replace the batteries or replace the device. If the carbon monoxide (CO) alarm still sounds, get to a fresh air location and call 9-1-1. Hear the chirp, make a change! Hear a beep, get on your feet!

Hurricane season is here…
06/04/2021

Hurricane season is here…

Do you know how to protect your property from a hurricane? Consider:

✅ De-cluttering drains and gutters
✅ Bringing in outside furniture
✅ Protecting your doors and windows using plywood

More: ready.gov/hurricanes

06/02/2021
05/12/2021

Just having enough supplies to make it through a hurricane isn’t enough. You need plenty to make it through what could be a LONG recovery period too. Water and electricity could be out for a week or more. Have enough non-perishable food, water and medicine to last each person in your family for a MINIMUM of three days. Also make sure you have extra cash, a battery-powered radio, flashlights, and a portable crank or solar powered USB charger to charge your cell phone. ready.gov/kit

04/22/2021

DEA Drug Take Back Day is this Saturday, April 24. Please take the time to dispose of any old and/or unused medications at the locations listed below between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Unused medications are an open invitation for misuse, which can lead to addiction. National survey results show most misused prescription drugs are obtained from family and friends, often from the home medicine cabinet. If you are unable to attend the event this Saturday, we have also listed several locations offering year-round disposal options.

DEA Take Back Day Collection Sites:
Second Police Precinct – 1209 20th St
Third Police Precinct – 949 George Washington Hwy N
Fourth Police Precinct – 4764 Station House Rd
Fifth Police Precinct - 400 Volvo Pkwy
Chesapeake Sheriff's Office, Admin Building – 401 Albemarle Dr
Virginia State Police, Area 47 Office - 1557 S Military Hwy

Year-Round Drug Disposal Sites:
Chesapeake Public Safety Building, Main Lobby – 304 Albemarle Dr
CVS Pharmacy – 1329 Kempsville Rd
Walgreen’s Pharmacy – 1316 Battlefield Blvd. N

To find a year-round disposal site closest to you, visit https://apps.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/pubdispsearch.

04/20/2021

Our SKYWARN training season has almost wrapped up, but we have a few more classes on the way! Our FREE online next class is tomorrow morning at 10 AM! Register now at weather.gov/AKQ/SKYWARN

03/15/2021

It's the start of Virginia's FIRST Severe Weather Awareness Week! ⛈⚡️🌪🌊 Today highlights the importance of receiving warnings. Make sure household members with social media, phone, and email accounts are signed up for alerts and warnings from their individual school, school system, workplace, and local government agencies. 📲 More: https://bit.ly/3rNJDsc
US National Weather Service Wakefield VA

03/14/2021

Virginia Severe Weather Awareness Week starts TOMORROW! Follow along each day to learn about the dangers associated with severe weather and how YOU can be prepared for all types of hazardous weather!

03/12/2021

REMINDER.
This year, on March 14, states throughout the U.S. will be turning their clocks forward. The long-standing “Change Your Clocks, Change Your Batteries” campaign encourages the public to change their smoke alarm batteries when turning back clocks in the fall and ahead in the spring.

01/13/2021

You've made a preparedness plan for the . Now, have your kids learn about . In our 10-page children's activity guide, Calvin the Cardinal will teach your kids, nieces, nephews, etc., about preparing for different kinds of potential emergencies. They can color along the way, too! ✍️🖍
Download the guide here: http://bit.ly/2ZT2Ix4
The guide in Spanish can be downloaded here: bit.ly/3hWB8VW

11/02/2020

CoCoRaHS Virtual Winter Training will be held Thursday, November 5th! Are you a weather enthusiast? Do you track weather on a daily basis? If you answered yes we want you! Training will be held Thursday at 7 PM EST. Register now! http://Weather.gov/AKQ/Skywarn

10/13/2020

Virtual Training Opportunity! We will be hosting online SKYWARN Spotter Training this Thursday, October 15 from 2 PM to 4 PM. Can't make it? We will be holding additional virtual classes throughout the Fall! To register or check the course calendar visit: https://www.weather.gov/akq/SKYWARN

10/02/2020

Mark your calendar! Prevention Week is October 4-10, 2020. This year’s theme, “Serve Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen! ™”, focuses on the importance of cooking safely: Cooking is the leading cause of U.S. home fires and home fire injuries. https://bit.ly/2XtNrzK

Although SKYWARN® spotters provide essential information for all types of weather hazards, the focus is reporting on sev...
09/24/2020

Although SKYWARN® spotters provide essential information for all types of weather hazards, the focus is reporting on severe local thunderstorms. In an average year, the United States experiences more than 10,000 severe thunderstorms, 5,000 floods and more than 1,000 tornadoes.

Since the program started in the 1970s, the information provided by SKYWARN® spotters, coupled with Doppler radar technology, improved satellite and other data, has enabled NWS to issue more timely and accurate warnings for tornadoes, severe thunderstorms and flash floods. SKYWARN® storm spotters form the nation's first line of defense against severe weather. There can be no finer reward than to know that your efforts have given your family and neighbors the precious gift of time--minutes that can help save lives.

Are you ready to help? Sign up for a virtual training to become a spotter. https://www.weather.gov/akq/SKYWARN

** Important: Due to high demand, these class will NOT be held in every county every year. You may attend an NWS Wakefield SKYWARN class in any location that is convenient for you, regardless of where you live. If you are interested in hosting a class, please contact our SKYWARN program Coordinat...

Looking for updates on the city’s response to Sally?  Follow City of Chesapeake Government
09/17/2020

Looking for updates on the city’s response to Sally? Follow City of Chesapeake Government

09/14/2020

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2130 South Military Highway
Chesapeake, VA
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