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    Insight, Nevada County Action



    November 9, 2016
    Jon Katis, KNCO host of “Accent the Positive” and guests left to right, Search and Rescue’s coordinator Del Clement, Nevada County Sheriff Sergeant Mike Sullivan, KNCO’s host Jon Katis and Nevada County Law Enforcement & Fire Protection Council (NCLFC) president Anthony Halby.


    NCLawFire The Union Logo
    September 29, 2016

    NCLawFire The Union Article Giving Community by Tom OToole


    COMMUNITY GIVING. Sierra Central Credit Union’s (SCCU) CEO, John Cassidy, presents a generous donation to the Nevada County Law Enforcement and Fire Protection Council (NCLFC) President, Anthony Halby. Ceremony was conducted during Sierra Central Credit Union’s grand opening of its new Grass Valley location.  NCLFC is a nonprofit 501c (3) corporation whose mission is to provide support and assistance to law enforcement and fire protection agencies in Nevada County. Others pictured are SSCU, KNCO and NCLFC staff members.

    NCLawFire Sierra Central Grand Opening Photo 2

    NCLawFire Sierra Central Grand Opening Photo

    Nevada County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue, Inc letter to NCLFC for their donation of professional CPR manakins to the NCSSAR, Inc. The donation will help the members certify in first responder CPR to assist Nevada County as a whole.

    NCLawFire Letter from NC Sheriffs Search and Rescue


    Gold Country Education and Youth Benefit Foundation letter to NCLFC for their continued support and donation.

    NCLawFire Letter Gold Country Education


    The Grass Valley Elks Club hosted the annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Dinner on July 27, 2016 at their lodge in Grass Valley. The Nevada County Law Enforcement and Fire Protection Council board was recognized as major supporters of law enforcement and fire protection here in Nevada County.NCLawFire Appreciation Dinner Elks V2



    NCLawFire Letter from NCC Fire District 110515 without Signature

    California Firefighters Memorial Ceremony Honoring the 16 Fallen Heroes

    October 17, 2015

    NCLawFire Firefighters Memoria 2015 Photo 1 & 2

    NCLFC is in attendance at the California Firefighters Memorial Ceremony Saturday, October 17, 2015. This year’s tribute honored the sixteen fallen heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our state. Their names were etched onto the polished limestone wall at the California Firefighters Memorial which honors the more than 1,200 individuals who gave their lives in the line of duty since California became a state. This impressive, thoughtful and time honored ceremony was attended by hundreds of firefighters from throughout the state of California and the U.S.

    This special tribute, on the grounds of California’s State Capitol, honors not only the sacrifice of those that have been lost, but also the determination and commitment of those who fight on every day in service to their community.


    NcLawFire Jacquelynn Chavez V2

    The NCLFC Board of Directors is honored to announce that Ms. Jacquelyn Chaves, a student at Sierra College, Nevada County campus is the 2015/2016 recipient of its $1000.00 NCLFC Scholarship.

    Ms. Chaves, an exceptional individual, was highly recommended by teachers and associates alike. Through her hard work, attention to detail, maintaining a better than 3.95 commutative GPA, and taking sole responsibility of raising her siblings, Jacquelyn met all the criteria that the NCLFC demands of students interested in training for public safety careers. Qualifying careers include but are not limited to law enforcement, fire protection and/or emergency medical technicians (EMT’s).

    The NCLFC Scholarship is part of the Osher Initiative for Colleges and its Matching Scholarship funds through the Sierra College Foundation. The Sierra College Foundation hosts its Annual Award Ceremony this year on Wednesday, September 16, 2015.  Invitations are forth coming.



    NCLawFire Appreciation Letter Our Fundraising at Work for the Community by Chief of Police Timothy Foley 042015



    NCLawFire Presentations from Local Representatives to Council 1

    NCLawFire Presentations from Local Representatives to Council 2

  2. NC Law Fire Participates In Keeping Kids Safe Event

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    In another example of the Nevada County Law Enforcement & Fire Protection Council supporting local charities and community efforts, the NCLEFPC participated in the Keeping Kids Safe event held in Grass Valley on May 10, 2014 and attended by Marc Klaas, founder of the Polly Klaas Foundation.

    The Gold Country Kiwanis hosted its 11th annual Keeping Kids Safe Festival at the Grass Valley Fire Department Station No. 2 on Sierra College Drive on Saturday, May 10th. The purpose of the festival was to provide a chance for the public and law enforcement and fire agencies to get together.

    For more information, visit goldcountrykiwanis.org

    Event Photos



    (L-R) Jerry Weidler, President NCLFC, Marc Klass, Founder, Polly Klass Foundation & Tom O'Toole, VP NCLFC (click photo to enlarge)

    (L-R) Jerry Weidler, President NCLFC, Marc Klaas, Founder, Polly Klaas Foundation & Tom O’Toole, VP NCLFC (click photo to enlarge)



  3. We are excited about the coming year!

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    The Nevada County Law Enforcement & Fire Protection Council is gearing up for what we believe will be a banner year in 2014 for our organization!

    We have just launched our new web site along with a Facebook page and Twitter account in order to better communicate with our wonderful sponsors, benefactors and the Nevada County community at large – who we ultimately serve.

    Since 2001, we have contributed well over $650,000 to various agencies in Nevada County which has resulted in much-needed equipment and training for our men and women in law enforcement and fire protection.

    Some of the items and training we’ve been able to pay for through our fundraising efforts includes:

    • CA State Parks Intoximeters
    • Nevada County Fire Chief Wildland Training
    • Nevada County Snowmobile/Trailer (Winter Rescue)
    • Grass Valley Fire Department Thermal Imaging Cameras
    • Washington Fire Department Remodel
    • Graniteville Fire Department Fire Truck
    • Keeping Kids Safe Program
    • Nevada County Search & Rescue Incident Command Trailer

    …and much, much more.

    We are proud of the work we do and hope that our new foray into online media will create new opportunities to let the public know about our goals and will eventually lead to more donations and sponsorships to help pay for sorely needed equipment, training and more for our local protectors in law enforcement and fire fighters.

    Thank you for your support!

    Nevada County Law Enforcement & Fire Protection Council