Wilkes-Barre City Councilwoman Beth A. Gilbert shared Wilkes-Barre City Police Department Information'spost.

7 hrs · 

Great initiative by our WBPD.
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Gran iniciativa de nuestra WBPD.

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Wilkes-Barre City Police Department Information

17 hrs · 

22 DAY CHALLENGE

This afternoon at approximately 6 p.m. officers will be helping someone finish their 22 day challenge by doing 22 pushups today to honor those serving and raise awareness for veteran suicide prevention. On average it is reported 22 veterans are killed by suicide each day. Help us help them by bringing awareness to this staggering statistic.

Our thanks to all serving and those that have served.
God Bless America!

Wilkes-Barre City Councilwoman Beth A. Gilbert shared W-B City Fire Fighters Union Local 104 I.A.F.F.'spost.

September 4 at 12:18pm · 

It's time for all city officials to listen to our paramedics' advice on what's best for our department. They are experienced in what would benefit our residents the most. It is time to heed their advice. Let's move our city forward.
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Es hora de que todos los funcionarios de la ciudad para escuchar consejos nuestros paramédicos en lo que es mejor para nuestro departamento. Ellos tienen experiencia en lo que beneficiaría a nuestros residentes más. Es el momento de prestar atención a sus consejos. Vamos a pasar nuestra ciudad hacia adelante.

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W-B City Fire Fighters Union Local 104 I.A.F.F.

September 4 at 8:51am · 

The August 2016 call totals are in for Medic 3 (394) and
Medic 5 (330). Counting the 95 calls given away to mutual aid, brings us to 819 calls for the month. Of course not all calls were billable but it continues to reinforce the need for the addition of a third medic unit within the WBFD. Mind you, this addition would be zero cost to taxpayers, not unlike the service that is currently in place. Rather than invest back into Wilkes-Barre and provide the best service possible for it's residents, City Hall is content to relinquish the calls and the $$$ they generate to a service that has proven it's unreliability, clear ties to political corruption, and policy of profits before patients. We sit and shake our heads for yet another month at an administration that blatantly does not have the best interests of the citizens of WB in mind and continue to wonder exactly who they ARE serving.

Community Policing Week hosed by Wilkes-Barre Cit

Photo Credit: Robert M. Collins

Wilkes University First Responders Appreciation Luncheon

Community Policing Week hosted by Wilkes-Barre City

Photo Credit: Robert M. Collins

Wilkes-Barre City Councilwoman Beth A. Gilbert shared W-B City Fire Fighters Union Local 104 I.A.F.F.'spost.

September 4 at 12:18pm · 

It's time for all city officials to listen to our paramedics' advice on what's best for our department. They are experienced in what would benefit our residents the most. It is time to heed their advice. Let's move our city forward.
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Es hora de que todos los funcionarios de la ciudad para escuchar consejos nuestros paramédicos en lo que es mejor para nuestro departamento. Ellos tienen experiencia en lo que beneficiaría a nuestros residentes más. Es el momento de prestar atención a sus consejos. Vamos a pasar nuestra ciudad hacia adelante.

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W-B City Fire Fighters Union Local 104 I.A.F.F.

September 4 at 8:51am · 

The August 2016 call totals are in for Medic 3 (394) and
Medic 5 (330). Counting the 95 calls given away to mutual aid, brings us to 819 calls for the month. Of course not all calls were billable but it continues to reinforce the need for the addition of a third medic unit within the WBFD. Mind you, this addition would be zero cost to taxpayers, not unlike the service that is currently in place. Rather than invest back into Wilkes-Barre and provide the best service possible for it's residents, City Hall is content to relinquish the calls and the $$$ they generate to a service that has proven it's unreliability, clear ties to political corruption, and policy of profits before patients. We sit and shake our heads for yet another month at an administration that blatantly does not have the best interests of the citizens of WB in mind and continue to wonder exactly who they ARE serving.

Wilkes University First Responders Appreciation Luncheon

Inaugural National Community Policing Week, hosted by the Wilkes-Barre Police Department. Local, state, and federal law enforcement joined with citizens and local leaders to support Community Policing efforts in Wilkes-Barre and across our nation.

Photo Credit: Robert M. Collins

​​Wilkes-Barre City Councilwoman Beth A. Gilbert shared Wilkes-Barre City Police Department Information's post.

7 hrs · 

Great initiative by our WBPD.
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Gran iniciativa de nuestra WBPD.

See Translation

Wilkes-Barre City Police Department Information

17 hrs · 

22 DAY CHALLENGE

This afternoon at approximately 6 p.m. officers will be helping someone finish their 22 day challenge by doing 22 pushups today to honor those serving and raise awareness for veteran suicide prevention. On average it is reported 22 veterans are killed by suicide each day. Help us help them by bringing awareness to this staggering statistic.

Our thanks to all serving and those that have served.
God Bless America!

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