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Parks and Recreation

  1. Ribbon Cutting: Dog Agility Course at Lindale Park

    May 31, 2019, 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM @ Lindale Dog Park

    The City of Galveston, Boy Scouts of America, Better Parks for Galveston and Galveston Regional Chamber of Commerce are hosting a Ribbon Cutting on Friday, May 31st at 4:00 PM for the new dog agility courses in Lindale Park. The City of Galveston, Boy Scouts of America, Better Parks for Galveston and Galveston Regional Chamber of Commerce. The event is open to the public & we encourage people (and their pets!) to join the festivities. Galveston now has dog agility training courses for small & large dogs thanks to the efforts of a Ball High School student. Collin Somerville had the idea for his Eagle Scout Project after seeing a similar course in North Texas. He started fundraising for the project last summer & received donations from individuals & businesses for the project, including from Better Parks for Galveston, a non-profit that supports projects to improve local parks. Join us for a Ribbon Cutting to celebrate the success of Collin’s efforts and to see the dog agility courses!

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PD Training Calendar

  1. 40-Hour Crisis Intervention Training Class TCOLE #1850 [Class is Full]

    May 27, 2019, 8:00 AM - May 31, 2019, 4:00 PM @ Police Building

    This course provides the key concepts, safety techniques and communication skills for peace officers to use when they respond to individuals in a serious mental health crisis. It covers the legal aspects of mental health commitments, liability issues, mental disorders, and mental disabilities. In addition, it deals with a variety of developmental disabilities including epilepsy, cerebral palsy and hearing impairments. The former 16-hour Crisis Intervention Training ceased to exist on April 1, 2018. For officers licensed after April 1, 2018, who have not had this new Crisis Intervention Training as part of their BPOC, this is a required course and must be taken within two years of license issuance. For officers who were licensed before April 1, 2018, this is a required course to be completed no later than the second anniversary of the date the officer is licensed or the date an officer applies for an intermediate proficiency certificate, whichever date is earlier.

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