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Do you know a youth in trouble?

Do you know a youth in trouble?

Here's more information for parents, school officials, and others who are concerned about a troubled youth.
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Recognize dangerous fire setting behavior

Recognize dangerous fire setting behavior

Concerned about a youth who may be using fire inappropriately? Here's what to do about it.
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Become a volunteer fire safety educator

Join our team and help Bergen County youth eliminate inappropriate fire setting behavior.
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Contact BCJFPP for more information

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Public Safety Expo October 17

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Fire Prevention Week 2015: October 4-10

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In the News: Program teaches Bogota kids the importance of fire safety

As seen on NorthJersey.com – By Cheryl O’Brien – Bogota Bulletin

Bergen County Juvenile Fire Prevention

BERNADETTE MARCINIAK/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER NORTHJERSEY.COM –
Saddle Brook Firefighter Joseph Schilp, who has been a volunteer firefighter for 44 years, spoke to the children about the dangers of fire, smoke and carbon monoxide, fire drills, fire extinguishers, and fire safety tips, among other topics.

Kids’ Safety Awareness Program (KSAP), in partnership with CarePlus New Jersey and the Bergen County Juvenile Fire Prevention Program (BCJFPP), a program offered by CarePlus, sponsored a presentation on fire safety for children and their parents at the Bogota Recreation Center on April 9.

The program was hosted by Jim Moore, director of the Bogota Recreation Center, and introduced by Genesis Liu, founder and president of KSAP.

The guest speaker for the day was Joseph Schilp, fire safety educator for BCJFPP and volunteer firefighter for the township of Saddle Brook. Schilp, who has been a volunteer firefighter for 44 years, spoke to the children about the dangers of fire, smoke and carbon monoxide, fire drills, fire extinguishers, and fire safety tips, among other topics. Schilp also brought in his fireman’s uniform and mask to show the children. Read More