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  1. Check out the latest blog (I put a lot of time into it and to be honest I think it looks really good!) by clicking below! 

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    1. Sven

      Sven

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    2. Rescue 423

      Rescue 423

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  2. Meet Sgt. York (above) of the LCPF Public Safety Response Team. He is assigned to the West Lego City Neighborhood of "New Lego City", complete with businesses, residents, and its own large train station, located in the heart of Lego City, "New Lego City" sure has its struggles. Below we answer some FAQ about the Public Safety Response Team. FAQ How does a neighborhood qualify to get a PSRT? officer assigned to it? A neighborhood can qualify in a number of different ways, mostly PSRT officers are assigned to neighborhoods where crime has to be above a certain average, but we also assign PSRT officers to a neighborhood if a certain number of citizens that live/work in the area fill in a request form (which can be done online, or in person at the closest LCPF station. How do you get in contact with the neighborhood PSRT officer? Does he have an office we can visit? PSRT officers do not have offices open to the public, but they do have their own email and phone number (which can not be used for emergency contact) which are specifically used for the purpose of members of the public reaching the officer with problems/suggestions. PSRT officers do drive around their neighborhood in unmarked cars but are most often found walking around, interacting with members of the public. What happens if the incident is to serious to be dealt with in an email? Simply bring it up at the monthly meetings that take place at 6:00 pm, at the local LCPF station. Anyone is invited to attend and share their views (of course because of Covid 19 these meetings are happening virtually). Do PSRT officers do anything else except just patrolling/interacting with minifigs in their neighborhood? Yes! PSRT officers respond to any calls along side patrol officers inside their neighborhood. They also respond to any calls which possibly involve somebody who has spoken to the PSRT before. Why are PSRT officers armed? PSRT officers are armed so that they can respond alongside Armed Response Vehicles and the Emergency Task Force to any incident involving firearms inside or around their neighborhood. When did the LCPF get its first PSRT officer? The program was officially introduced on March 1st, 2020 after the LCPF recognized that certain neighborhoods needed more help than others. So far it has helped prevent fatalities in a shooting and information given to the PSRT officers helped Special Operations officers with a successful raid. Are any other neighborhoods going to get a PSRT? Yes! The LCPF is currently looking at 1 more neighborhood (The Food District) located just North of our current PSRT neighborhood. This neighborhood asked for a PSRT after seeing how well the "New Lego City" program went. Gallery (Above) The PSRT unit officer ticketing one of the parties involved in a parking feud. (Above) The PSRT officer chatting with a shopkeeper in his exotic pet shop. (Above) The PSRT exiting a restaurant after discussing the placement of a new alarm system with the owner. (Above) The PSRT officer taking part in the "Free Graffiti" project with a younger member of his neighborhood. The "Free Graffiti" project encourages minifigs to do graffiti on bland walls of public buildings as long as they have a licence from the city. It is meant to help brighten up the bland city feel downtown Lego City has. (Above) The PSRT officer along with patrol officers talking to a witness of a suspect throwing rocks down into other peoples apartment. Thanks for reading and please like this blog!
  3. If anybody has some interesting call ideas for my police force or fire brigade please list them below! I am getting so bored of running the same station on medical calls. Thanks!

    1. Joshua B

      Joshua B

      MVA, rollover, water rescue, wild fire, structure fire, entrapment, arson, gas leak... the list goes on and on. ;)  You could also do something unique like a criminal holding a hostage/kidnapping, bridge collapse, or semi truck fire.

    2. Rescue 423

      Rescue 423

      I haven't done an MVA or an arson in a whilst. Problem with where I set my police force means that every second call they get is a major one¬†ūüėÖ. I'll probably do an arson next. Thanks!

  4. Just finalized my plan for the future with my department. When I'm done it should have the following stations covering the following areas with the following apparatus:

    Station 1 (Brickston, North Lego City)

     Engine 1, Medic 1, Dive-Rescue 1, Medic Supervisor , and a rescue helicopter

    Station 3 (South Lego City, Ninjago town)

    Engine 3

    Station 5 (North Lego City, Downtown)

    Engine 5, Medic 5, Battalion 1

    Station 7 (Studwood County, Lego City International Airport)

    Engine 7, Battalion 2, Airport 1, Airport 2, Utility 7, Brush 7, Tanker 1, Tanker 2

  5. Rescue 423

    Brickston Brush Fire

    Thanks! the whole incident was inspired by the latest South Metro Fire rescue Video
  6. Incident Report is know out, check it out below: 

    Thanks again to Algonquin Fire department, Plum Beach Fire Rescue, And Peterville Fire Department for Mutual Aid. 

  7. Rescue 423

    Brickston Brush Fire

    5:12 PM 7/4/2020 Lego City Fire Brigade was dispatched to what is know known as the Brickston Brush Fire. The call was for a small brush fire that had been sighted by a motorist on the A1 (highway). Engine 5, Engine 3, Battalion 1, Battalion 2, Utility 3, and LCPF all responded to the fire. It was a lot larger than initially reported, it had spread quite far south, and continued spreading until LCFB Utility 3 started wetting the dry grassland that the fire was using as fuel. Engine 3 began setting up a hard suction water supply line and Engine 5 began fighting the fire from the west. Unfortunately the fire kept spreading and the LCFB was overwhelmed. Engine 5 had to retreat back to the A1 (highway) because of how much fire it faced. The current incident commander (Battalion 1) then put out the request for Mutual Aid. The request was answered in a matter of minutes by Algonquin Fire Department. AFD Brush 3 followed by Reserve Brush 2 and Reserve Wildland 2 started an offensive attack on the fire along with LCFB Engine 5. and they managed to clear out a large chunk of the south-west area of the brush fire. next arrived AFD Tanker 2 and Tanker 5, who set up a portable water tank, which helped supply the fire attack with water. AFD Engine 5 and Engine 6 covered LCFB Station 5 and station 3. Station 5 got a medical call, and AFD Engine 5 responded with LCFB Medic 5. The call was for a fall victim. Due to a wind change (from light southern wind to heavy south-eastern wind) the small residentail community of South Brickston was in danger. LCPF quickly evacuated the community whilst LCFB put out another call for Mutual Aid. This was answered by Algonquin Fire Department, Peterville Volunteer Fire Department, and Plum Beach Fire Rescue. Peterville Volunteer Fire Department sent Brush 1, which was used for a small fire attack pushing the fire away from the residential community. Algonquin Fire Department sent Engine 4, which was used with Plum Beach Fire Rescue ALS 89 and Engine 89 for residential protection. The fire was finally extinguished at 1:18 PM, 7/5/2020. Special Thanks to Algonquin Fire Department, Plum Beach fire Recue, and Peterville Volunteer Fire Department for their resources and expertise that they sent our way.
  8. Unfortunately due to a wind change the wildland fire is currently threatening a housing development just outside Lego city. LCPF is evacuating the area but we need some more mutual aid. We need 1 brush truck, 2 engines, and a battalion chief vehicle to defend the housing development from the fire. Lego City Fire Brigade sends its thanks to Algonquin Fire Department for a quick response to our mutual aid request. If your department is responding please respond to this status update with your department name, and the name/number of unit you can provide. 

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    2. Joshua B

      Joshua B

      Oh hahaha I could not send Wildland 2 to replace Brush 3 then and also retract PBFR Engine 89? That would leave an opening for 1 brush and 1 engine

      My website's a little out of date atm cause I have a bunch of rigs I've built but not posted and I've also switched around a bunch of rigs.

    3. Rescue 423

      Rescue 423

      Ok. Yeah my LCPF website is really out of date too. The fire is under control so I will be sending back all the units you supplied. Thanks a lot for all the M/A!!!!! My next build for my department is a fire-fighting plane, would you want that as M/A for AFD? I will be posting the "incident report" soon which should highlight what happened! 

    4. Joshua B

      Joshua B

      You betcha! I'll have to get back to you about the plane, idk atm. Can't wait to hear what happened! I hope you didn't get my trucks too sooty¬†ūüėúūü§£

  9. Lego City Fire Brigade is asking for deployment of mutual aid to a large brush fire that threatening North Lego City. All of our units are onscene and we are a mostly urban fire department, and our wildland division is really being stretched.

    We require 4 brush trucks, 2 engines (to cover empty stations), 2 tenders, and any piece of aircraft firefighting apparatus that is available. 

    To show that your department is responding please respond to this status update with a list of all the names/numbers of the units your sending our way.  

    Thanks in advance!

    1. Joshua B

      Joshua B

      I'm the man you'll want for brush fires¬†ūüėā¬†Reserve Brush 2 (SKEETER Step-side), Reserve Wildland 2 (Deuce and a Half), Brush 3(6X6 FIREWALKER), Brush 4 (6X6 FIREWALKER), Engine 5(Pierce PUC), Engine 6(E-One Rescue Pumper), Tanker 2 (Spartan Wetside), and Tanker 5 (Custom elliptical) can respond. That all the positions? LOL

    2. Rescue 423

      Rescue 423

      Thanks!!! Yeah I didn't realize how small and underfunded my wildland division was until I dispatched the wildland fire. I'll let you know when we have it under control. 

      You are like the Wildland king!ūü§£

    3. Joshua B

      Joshua B

      LOL yeah pretty much I've got 10 counting PVFD haha

  10. Recently built an undercover Ford Taurus (almost identical to my current Battalion 2). It is currently assigned to LCPF Gang Crime Unit. I will be posting pictures over the weekend.

  11. Also forgot to mention, Engine 7 is going to be a reserve engine, as of late July 2020. But this is not set in stone, because of the quarantine, it will be kept in service for as long as needed. 

  12. Major Changes Coming Soon 

    (Mostly just for my fire brigade) 

    I modified the current Engine 5 (for hopefully the last time¬†ūü§£) and I think I'm happy with how it looks. Also Battalion 1 went through¬†some interior changes and just got out of the shop (will post pictures soon), now its a lot more realistic.¬†

    The Lego City Ambulance Service has recently been integrated into the Lego City Fir Brigade meaning that ambulances will now respond alongside fire trucks in certain stations.

    One station getting these changes is station 5, with the current rescue 1 going out of service today in order to be re-built into engine 3, which will be staffed in the new station 3 alongside utility 2 and 3. 

    Taking its place in station 5 will be Medic 5, a new Mercedes Benz sprinter ambulance, which is keeping its old "Lego City Ambulance Service" paint job. 

    I want station 3 to be able to fit in a 16x32  sized base plate. If anyone has suggestions for the station design feel free to comment below. Any help would be really appreciated. 

    1. Joshua B

      Joshua B

      About the station, is a supposed to fit in to some sort of a modular street? That would be the easiest way to make a station that small look good.

    2. Rescue 423

      Rescue 423

      Yeah it is, I haven't got any of the pieces to make the modular street yet but the station is top of my list. I want to have it like Sven's FDNY Firehouse E-5. 

    3. Joshua B

      Joshua B

      Looks like you've already got already got a plan then :) I want to build one of those in my town too, but I've already got a station.

  13. Tried to send you a PM but it said your messenger is disabled? I'd appreciate if you could look into that a little more and send my a PM if you could.

  14. Hey Ron, 

    I was wondering if your department would be willing to be Mutual Aid with Lego City Fire Brigade? 

    Link to our website below: 

    https://sites.google.com/view/legocityfirebrigade/home

    Hopefully we can make this work...

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