The Chief Officers Association is a 501(c)5 labor organization and recognized bargaining unit representing the Command Officers of the LAFD. It was founded in 1955 as the Chief Officers Group and since that time the Chief Officers Association has continued to build upon our foundation to serve and represent the men and women of the LAFD.
Love it or hate it, most of us have to work for a living. So, how can we make work more meaningful? This hour, TED speakers explore our values and motivations when it comes to the workplace.
GOAL 1. To maintain and improve wages, hours, and working conditions for all members of the Chief Officers Association.
GOAL 2. To provide improved communications among all members of the Chief Officers Association.
GOAL 3. To promote and provide leadership, direction, and counsel for all members of the Chief Officers Association.
GOAL 4. To provide a social relationship among all members of the Chief Officers Association.
GOAL 5. To establish effective membership participation by developing and implementing a committee structure.
The effective date of ordinance amending the DROP Program has been changed to February 1, 2019. This is a change for the initially proposed changes to take effect on January 1, 2019. For more information visit: http://www.lafpp.com/
Dear Chief Moore,
I want to take this opportunity to thank you and the Chief Officers Association for your assistance with my research study. The survey concluded recently and I completed interviews this week. The experiences that were shared are valuable and the importance of stress through each lens will provide a rich analysis of my topic. Recently, the Chief Officers Association supported me with my research study "stress in the fire service" and I look forward to sharing my research with you at the conclusion of my dissertation study.
Since my retirement, I have had the opportunity to reflect back on my 33 years with the Los Angeles Fire Department, and knowing that I was able to live and work in a dream profession. However, living the dream can sometimes engrain the stress and grief that a firefighter experiences and my hope is that my research study can help the fire service. I want to extend my sincere gratitude for the Chief Officers Association's support as I finish the last leg of my journey at USC, and to all the officers that took the time to complete my survey.
Best to all the COA members and thank you...
Dr. Glenn Miyagishima, EdD.