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Bid Title: Community Risk Assessment Request for Proposal
Category: Other Professional Services & Non Design Consultants
Status: Open

Description:

The purpose is to assist the Public Safety Department to research, write, and produce a Community Risk Assessment and Standards of Cover Report, consistent with the guidelines laid out by the Center for Public Safety Excellence and Commission on Fire Accreditation International. The intent is to provide a comprehensive description of current and projected community risk as it relates to current emergency services preparedness and service delivery. The final product is to be used for future master planning and provide a vehicle to represent and communicate current threats and services to community.

The City will negotiate an agreement with the applicant whose proposal is most responsive to this Request for Proposals (RFP) and is in the best interest of providing a quality and comprehensive product. To be considered responsive to this RFP, the instructions must be followed precisely. The City reserves the right to decline any or all responses.

Publication Date/Time:
11/22/2017 8:00 AM
Closing Date/Time:
Open Until Contracted
Submittal Information:
Karen Frerk, City Recorder (December 28, 2017 at 3:00 pm)
Pre-bid Meeting:
December 6, 2017
Contact Person:
Lang Johnson, Deputy Chief
541-450-6200
Miscellaneous:
Municipal fire, police, records and dispatch services are provided through a hybrid public safety model. Each discipline is housed within the Grants Pass Department of Public Safety and share a common budgetary and administrative system. The department is led by a Public Safety Chief who functions both as the Police Chief and Fire Chief. The fire and police divisions are led by Deputy Chiefs who in turn manage shift supervisors for each specific discipline. Shift personnel are not crossed trained but do share public safety facilities and work in mutual support.

The Fire Rescue Division provides fire suppression, emergency medical response, fire and life safety prevention education, fire inspection and code enforcement. The bureau serves a population of over 36,000 from three strategically located public safety stations.

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