The Northern California Regional Public Safety Training Authority (NCRPSTA) is an organization formed to provide regional training for public safety agencies in Northern California. The JPA members are:
- Los Rios Community College District (LRCCD)
- Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department (SSD)
- City of Sacramento Police Department (SPD)
- California Fire and Rescue Training Authority (CFRTA) a Joint Powers Authority consisting of
- Sacramento Metropolitan Fire Department
- City of Sacramento Fire Department
- Governors Office of Emergency Services
The Northern California Regional Public Safety Training Authority member agencies provide mandatory pre-service and in-service training in three primary areas of public safety instruction. The law enforcement curriculum provides basic law enforcement pre-service and advanced officer certification training for sworn and non-sworn programs. Fire curriculum provides fire protection, hazardous materials, and rescue training.
The JPA’s facilities are located at McClellan Park, California. There are currently nine buildings managed by the JPA. Facilities include an existing short range shooting facility, a future new long range shooting range, an all weather quarter mile running track, a tactical village/storage facility, five modular classrooms, and training facilities for in-service and recruit academy training for both law enforcement and fire agencies. In addition, the JPA manages the premises located at the Sacramento Regional Homeland Security and Emergency Operations Training Center.
The JPA leases its 40-acre campus the County of Sacramento for a dollar a year. The JPA subleases Building 600, which houses the Sacramento Regional Homeland Security and Emergency Operations Training Center, from the County of Sacramento.
The NCRPSTA engaged IBG to prepare a Strategic Plan. IBG formed a four-person Project Team of individuals with a broad range of experience in strategic planning, business management, project management public safety training centers.