Caylee still missing. Please read.

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If you have been following this case, as most of the nation has the past few month's, I'm sure you understand where I am coming from.
If you are a Parent, such as I am, I can not even imagine something like this happening. I am in the process of getting a volunteer group together to help if the need ever arises, or a critical incident, or natural disaster occures in Fayetteville. I have information that I can pass along to anyone wanting to help. I was not sure how much info I could list on the blog so I am posting a email address if anyone is interested in helping. We would be there to assist FVPD & FCSO to offer help, food, oranization for families on site, etc.
Please contact me at for further details.
Thank you and let's all keep Caylee in our thoughts and prayers.

Looking forward to hearing from you and let's put a plan together.

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Submitted by zoes on Mon, 08/25/2008 - 3:58pm.

There is already such an organization in place in Fayette County.

CERT (Citizens Emergency Response Team)

"Never love anything that can't love you back."

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Submitted by The 5-0 on Mon, 08/25/2008 - 7:21pm.

CERT is a joke.

It's good PR and it makes people FEEL like they're here to help, but their response time is slow (if they even answer the call).

That's the bad thing about volunteers; they just aren't as well trained and reliable as the first responders.

Don't get me wrong, they're a good group of men and women and they can be a great help, but you can't rely too much on them.

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Submitted by kjam on Tue, 08/26/2008 - 12:09am.

Thank you for the info on CERT. I was not aware of this group.
As of right now, until additional people show interest in helping out, I had expressed limits to FVPD & FCSO. I was asked about contacting PCPD, however had not done so as of yet, only because I am still trying to get volunteers on board. This group is merely there to assist in any way to Law Enforcement, even if it's to provide them with food and water, if on a scene for extended period of time. Such as the case of the little girl in Fla, the family still is expressing the need of help with many duties. The community in the Orlando area, I beleive is pretty much burned out with little help, but the work needs to continue. We are hoping to be there to provide what ever help any one would need in any situation. Again, thanks for passing along the info to me on CERT. Hat's off to anyone wanting to help. It's alway's a good thing to be involved. Anyone wanting info, please contact and the info will gladly be passed along.

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