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Patrick D. McDowell

Chief Deputy

Calvert County Sheriff's Office

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Carroll County Comet

www.carrollcountycomet.com [cached]

EMA Director Dave McDowell participated with the West Central Indiana Community Organizations Active in Disasters (WCI-COAD) in a tabletop exercise testing response to tornadoes and earthquakes Tuesday.read more
http://www.carrollcountycomet.com/news/2011-04-20/Local_News/Earthquakes_floods_and_tornadoesCarroll_Countys_EM.html#comments


www.pharostribune.com

Dave McDowell, the EMA director in Carroll County, helped to organize the effort and get the word out to area residents who still needed help."There was an amazing amount that got done," he said."I was astonished. … Their ability to achieve things surprised the homeowners and myself.The kids were more mature and had more ability than anyone of us had guessed."McDowell said a group of about 70 students took about 90 minutes to clear away debris that filled a large field just below the dam.McDowell said that many homes in the area were so derelict they were in danger of being torn down, but the students' efforts made the difference between being able to renovate and having to start over. He also acknowledged that their efforts would help boost the value of other homes in the area that have already been renovated."Whenever they came in and looked around, there was so much to do around here and we barely scratched the surface," said McDowell."But they did something far more significant than they know."Before the start of each day, McDowell gave a brief talk to the students explaining just how significant their efforts would be.He told them that Carroll County had applied and been approved for a flood assistance grant, but because it was a matching grant and the county could not provide a monetary match, the grant would likely have gone unclaimed."But Dave told us that he was really impressed and now they can use the grant to bring in the big equipment and do even more.


City of Delphi - Emergency Services

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Director Dave McDowell is responsible for emergency preparedness of all types


Carroll County Portal - Boards

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John Chapman, Justin Darling, Mike Durr, Ron Felz, Richard Fite, Shirley Larson, Joan McCain, Dave McDowell (EMA Director), Kevin McElfrish, Louis Nance, John O'Rourke, Paul Redmon, Ron Slavens, Mike Titus


Certified Trainers of Managing Workplace Conflict

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Dave McDowell
Certified Trainer Dave McDowell is a certified trainer of managing workplace conflict and a workplace mediation consultant. His focus is on conflict resolution in the workplace and in the family. He retired in January 2004, as a Police Sergeant after a 25-year law enforcement career in Southern California. Dave has over 100 hours in mediation training and over 80 hours of mediation case preparation and mediation experience. He is a member of the Oregon Mediation Association and has a B.A in Social Science. Dave's professional background includes training in personnel management, career ethics and integrity, internal affairs, criminal investigations, special weapons and tactics, and field training. He graduated from the Sherman Block Supervisory Leadership Institute in 2003. Dave served as a Detective Division Sergeant and as the Adjutant to the Chief of Police.


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