EMT Class to be Held in North Judson Police Department Training Center

The North Judson police officers will be able to brush up on some of their certifications while allowing Med One Mobile to utilize the Department’s training center.

Last year, the board room in the North Judson Police Department was converted into a training center. Town Marshal Kelly Fisher informed council members Monday night that she was recently approached about holding an EMT class there.

Fisher highlighted the fact that hosting the class at their department would give officers a chance to take care of some of their mandated training.

She explained, “Some of the things that I went through that we can definitely get recertified in is CPR, first aid, HAZMAT, autism, mental illness, SIDS, some work related injuries and OSHA regulations.”

Fisher said the classes would take place on Sundays from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. and would consist of about 12 to 14 students. She noted that a representative of the class told her if the officers need their training center for any other reason, they’d be willing to move out

The council members gave Fisher the go ahead to coordinate with Med One Mobile about hosting their classes at the Department.