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Open Day launch

Two Jersey schoolchildren, with designs on promoting the 2013 Emergency Services Open Day later this month, will be special guests at Police and Fire HQ next week, after their entries in a poster competition were selected to promote the event.
 
Five-year-old Daniel Frost, from JCG Prep, and 10-year-old Matilda Le Boutillier, from Helvetia School, created their winning designs in a competition run with local schools to promote the States of Jersey Police, Fire & Rescue Services and the Ambulance Service Open Day, being held at Rouge Bouillon, St Helier, on Sunday, September 29th.
 
All money raised on the day will be split between three charities, one nominated by each of the emergency services.
 
Both winners will be heading to the station on Monday to meet the Chiefs of all three services and get to take a tour of a fire engine, as well as being set some challenges for the day of the event.
 
The Open Day itself will be an exciting and entertaining mixture of demonstrations, displays, exhibitions, and activities for all ages.
 
From a joint emergency response to a simulated road traffic collision, to Police Dog displays, Tower rescues and Paramedic demonstrations, the day will also give visitors an opportunity to see life behind the front-line, including the Police custody suite and Police Control Room.
 
The Fire and Rescue Service's ˜White Watch' are already starting to plan the rescue scenarios they are going to perform; although, who's going to play the part of the ˜damsel in distress' has yet to be agreed!
 
And for the first time there will be a home-baking competition called Operation Bakewell, where all officers and staff from the emergency services, as well as any members of the public, will be invited to make a cake and will be judged on their baking skills by a panel of judges including our competition winners.
 
The cakes will all then be sold to visitors and the money raised given to the nominated charities.
 
Entry forms can be downloaded at the bottom of the page.
 
The Open Day Programme will include:
 
Main arena:
 
  • Road Traffic Collision Scenario (multi agency working)
  • Height Rescue Demonstration (Fire & Rescue)
  • Dog display (General purpose and drugs - Police)
Exhibitions, demonstrations and displays:
Some elements may be subject to change
 
States of Jersey Police
 
  • Force Control Room tours
  • Patrol cars, speed detection, collision investigation, breathalyser, bicycles
  • Tours of the Police Custody suite
  • Display of old uniforms/photographs
  • Crime reduction “ property marking/advice
  • Road safety, including a Hazard Perception Test  and registration for children's cycling proficiency next year
  • Colouring corner
  • Fingerprinting
  • Tackling Drugs initiatives
  • Training
  • Firearms demonstration
  • Honorary Police

Ambulance Service
  • A display of  Major Incident/decontamination Equipment
  • Equipment carried in Frontline vehicles & response cars
  • Community Support. The Ambulance service offers free blood pressure testing and advice to people who are concerned about their health
  • Normandy Rescue with a display of medical and rescue equipment used at local motor sport events
  • St John ambulance

Fire & Rescue Service

  • Children's Colouring Area
  • Fire Service Museum visits
  • Chip Pan Danger Demonstration
  • Command Vehicle / Control (make a 999 call)
  • Children's Fire-hose Fun
  • International Fire & Rescue Association - Static Display
  • Home Fire Safety Workshop
  • Fire Engine Static Displays (Including an Airport Crash Tender and a Vintage Model)
  • Fire Service's Rescue Boats Static Display
  • RNLI Static Display
  • Channel Island Air Search Static Display

Operation Bakewell Information

Operation Bakewell individual entry form

Operation Bakewell Team or Family entry form

 

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