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Spring 2018

Here is a summary of the activities and events for February thru June 2018. 

February 2018

Held team meeting (13th)

Team training day (17th) with simulated victim.

March 2018

Mock search exercise and training day (17th)

April 2018

Attended Cops for Cancer event (5th)

 

Throw rope training (8th)

Missing Persons Call (10th)

Team Meeting (11th)

Assisted with Float your Fanny down the Ganny event (21st)

Cobourg Police Community Partnership 

May 2018

Assisted Port Hope police with Battle of the Atlantic event (6th)

Missing Persons Call (9th)

Assisted Port Hope fire with incident (17th)

Missing Persons Call (19th)

Team night training exercise (26th)

June 2018

Assist Port Hope police with Heros Ride (2nd)

Mutual Aid – Assist Respond SAR with Bread and Honey Festival (3rd)

Fund Raising Event – Cobourg Highland Games (15-16th)

Grafton Canada Day – OCEAP display (24th)

 

January 2018

Wow – what a year we had in 2017!

OCEAP wrapped up another successful year.

Highlights include:

  • over 4,000 hours of community service
  • a new support agreement with the County of Northumberland
  • supporting the Adventure Smart program, including Hug A Tree
  • new and improved call out / alert system; and
  • improved SAR and first aid training for members.

  We look forward to an exciting 2018 with all of our dedicated members and community partners!

 

May 2017

May 1st – AdventureSmart Presentation

Helping our youth be prepared for outdoor adventures –

“Survive Outside”

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May 17th, 23rd & 25th – Choose Your Ride

(Port Hope and Cobourg)

Participating with Police, Fire and EMS at the Secondary Schools.

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May 27th – Night Field Training Exercise

Opportunity for members to practice their night search and navigation skills.   It was great to have members from Respond SAR out with us!

 

April 2017

April 8th – Float Your Fanny Down the Ganny

An annual event for us supporting the Port Hope Fire and Port Hope Police Service.  A very busy day for our members!

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April 22nd – Field Training Exercise for Members

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April 24th – AdventureSmart Presentation

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April 29th – Cops 4 Cancer

Again this year, our members (and family) participated to raise funds.

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January 2017

January 21-22

OCEAP was pleased to host Adventure Smart Training in Cobourg.

Congratulations to the new Presenters!  Thank you to the Trainers!

For more information about Adventure Smart click here.

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January 28

Field Training Day – An excellent day of outdoor training in basic SAR.  Special thanks to members and trainers!

November 2016

Nov 4-5  Assisting Trinity College and Port Hope Police Service with roadblocks for OFSAA.

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Nov 5 Team field training day in Port Hope

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Nov 11 Assisting Port Hope Police with roadblocks for Remembrance Day events.

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Nov 20 Assisting Cobourg Police with roadblocks for the Santa Claus Parade.

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October 2016

October 15 – Team Training

OCEAP members joined by Respond SAR at local trailer park to practice neighbourhood search skills.  A number of members assigned to new roles for the day – Well done by all.

October 16 – Assist Port Hope Police

Members attended Presqu’ile Provincial Park to assist with the Red Run – 1k, 5k, 10k at the request of the Port Hope Police Service.

October 16 – SARSCENE 2016

OCEAP is proud to announce that our Executive Officer, Colin Cackette received the SAR Award of Excellence in Leadership at the National Search and Rescue Conference in Edmonton, Alberta!

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September 2016

September 17, 2016

Our September training day was attended by Dominik Wisniewski who wrote a great article about OCEAP for the Northumberland News

 

The article contained the following pictures…

COBOURG -- Stephen Hockley, a member of the Ontario Community Emergency Assistance Program search-and-rescue team, uses a compass to navigate inside Cobourg's James Cockburn Park during a training exercise on Sept. 17, 2016.
COBOURG — Stephen Hockley, a member of the Ontario Community Emergency Assistance Program search-and-rescue team, uses a compass to navigate inside Cobourg’s James Cockburn Park during a training exercise on Sept. 17, 2016.
COBOURG -- Ontario Community Emergency Assistance Program commanding officer Curtis Kimball, left, and executive officer Colin Cackette run a training exercise from a search-and-rescue trailer at Cobourg's James Cockburn Park. The volunteer not-for-profit organization is celebrating 10 years in the community this year, and has put out a call for new volunteers. Sept. 17, 2016.
COBOURG — Ontario Community Emergency Assistance Program commanding officer Curtis Kimball, left, and executive officer Colin Cackette run a training exercise from a search-and-rescue trailer at Cobourg’s James Cockburn Park. The volunteer not-for-profit organization is celebrating 10 years in the community this year, and has put out a call for new volunteers. Sept. 17, 2016.
COBOURG -- Colin Cackette, the executive officer of the Ontario Community Emergency Assistance Program search-and-rescue team, trains at Cobourg's James Cockburn Park with Dodge, his five-year-old German shepherd. The volunteer not-for-profit organization is celebrating 10 years in the community this year, and has put out a call for new volunteers. Sept. 17, 2016.
COBOURG — Colin Cackette, the executive officer of the Ontario Community Emergency Assistance Program search-and-rescue team, trains at Cobourg’s James Cockburn Park with Dodge, his five-year-old German shepherd. The volunteer not-for-profit organization is celebrating 10 years in the community this year, and has put out a call for new volunteers. Sept. 17, 2016.
COBOURG -- Ontario Community Emergency Assistance Program search-and-rescue team members Lisa Carrie (right) and Sarah Hughes walk through the woods at James Cockburn Park in Cobourg during a training exercise. The volunteer not-for-profit organization is celebrating 10 years in the community this year, and has put out a call for new volunteers. Sept. 17, 2016.
COBOURG — Ontario Community Emergency Assistance Program search-and-rescue team members Lisa Carrie (right) and Sarah Hughes walk through the woods at James Cockburn Park in Cobourg during a training exercise. The volunteer not-for-profit organization is celebrating 10 years in the community this year, and has put out a call for new volunteers. Sept. 17, 2016.
COBOURG -- Ontario Community Emergency Assistance Program search-and-rescue team members Nathan Maraj and Lisa Carrie walk through the woods at James Cockburn Park in Cobourg during a training exercise. The volunteer not-for-profit organization is celebrating 10 years in the community this year, and has put out a call for new volunteers. Sept. 17, 2016.
COBOURG — Ontario Community Emergency Assistance Program search-and-rescue team members Nathan Maraj and Lisa Carrie walk through the woods at James Cockburn Park in Cobourg during a training exercise. The volunteer not-for-profit organization is celebrating 10 years in the community this year, and has put out a call for new volunteers. Sept. 17, 2016.

Thank you Dominik for the great article and your support!