“The Safety Net,” a new television program highlighting public safety in local communities, premieres this month in the cities of Fountain Valley, Huntington Beach, Stanton and Westminster. The program is produced by the Public Cable Television Authority in conjunction with each city.
The premiere episode shines the spotlight on the three local police chiefs in our communities: Chief Kevin Childe from the City of Fountain Valley; Chief Ralph Ornelas from the City of Westminster; and Chief Robert Handy from the City of Huntington Beach. “The Safety Net” host, Christina Macaulay, sits down for an interview with each of the chiefs, touching on their careers, goals, and other items of interest.
“We believe The Safety Net will be an excellent source of information about public safety in our communities,” said John Borack, general manager of the PCTA. “We’re looking forward to going out in the field to capture stories that will provide viewers with useful information about police, fire, and public safety in general.”
“The Safety Net” airs throughout the week on Spectrum Channel 3 in the cities of Huntington Beach, Westminster, Fountain Valley and Stanton, and is also available on Frontier FiOS, AT&T U-Verse, and via each city’s website. For specific airdates and times, visit the Public Cable Television Authority website at www.pcta.tv and click on each city’s respective link on the homepage.
The PCTA is a joint powers agency representing the cities of Fountain Valley, Huntington Beach, Westminster, and Stanton and produces exclusive local television programming for each of its member cities.
Three local police chiefs pause for a photo on the set of the new PCTA-produced television program, The Safety Net (L-R): Westminster Police Chief Ralph Ornelas; Fountain Valley Police Chief Kevin Childe; Huntington Beach Police Chief Robert Handy
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