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    Mission Statement

    The San Andreas Fire & Rescue Department is a department focused on education, self-development and a place of teaching. We aim to preserve the life and property of citizens of the San Andreas, as well as serving the public in the best ways possible. We are tasked with fire prevention, technical rescue, motor-vehicle accidents, and so much more in our operations. Our Chain of Command is dedicated to giving you the best experience possible as a member of our department. Our training is extensive, covering both classroom teaching and practical training aspects, and with a heavy emphasis in relation to On-The-Job training. Overall, our department is a friendly, happy place, with an extensive and diverse family of people from all around where we encourage all of our members to always try to develop themselves to the best of their ability.



    Fire Deparment Command Staff

    Fire Chief - [CAR 1] P. Ocean

    Deputy Fire Chief - [CAR 2] K. Campbell

    Deputy EMS Chief - [CAR 3] J. Silver

    Batallion Chief - [BATT 1] P. King

    Batallion Chief - [BATT 2] W. Garland

    Our Subdivisions!

    Our department has many subdivisions within to allow our members to expand their knowledge and allow us to properly handle any situation at hand!

    Hazmat

    Head - [BATT 1] Batt. Chief P. King

    Supervisor - [FF-69] S. Sivak Jr

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    HAZMAT operators are trained to handle a large variety of different calls ranging in scale and in what material they involve. These operators are highly knowledgeable in hazardous materials isolation, decontamination, and cleanup.

    Fire Marshal

    Head - [CAR 2] Dep. Chief K. Campbell

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    Fire marshals perform responsible work in the Code of Law and San Andreas Fire Code, they serve as peace officers in the State of San Andreas and carry firearms. They search and examine evidence at scenes involving fire, in order to conduct a proper arson investigation.

    Wildland Firefighting

    Head - [BATT 2] Batt. Chief W. Garland

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    Wildland firefighting is in place to assist, contain, prevent, and stop wildland fires/brush fires. These firefighters specialize in fighting extremely rural and difficult terrain fires.

    Air Med

    Head: [CAR 5] Capt. J. Baskins

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    The purpose of Airmed is to give life support during transport and to expedite transport to the hospital on critical patients. The goal is to be the fastest and safest form of transport for any patient.

    Search and Rescue (SAR)

    Head - [CAR 4] Capt. C. Manning

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    The purpose of SAR is to offer a quick, efficient, and safe way to rescue those whom are not within reach of normal ground apparatus. SAR utilizes a helicopter, 3 separate rescue boats, and array of land ops vehicles, the fleet is capable of reaching patients or victims in the roughest weather, land, and sea conditions.

    Advanced Technical Rescue

    [CAR 6] Lt. E. Erlewein

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    Advanced technical rescue covers multiple crucial areas of rescue within the fire department. These firefighters handle calls ranging for building collapses to cliffside rescues.

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    Chain of Command

    Fire Chief

    The Fire Chief of SAFR is the highest ranking official of the department. Holding ultimate power and control over the department, they oversee and monitor the entirety of the operations within the department to ensure the success of their department as a whole. Responsible for making the most difficult decisions when necessary and ultimately the last line of disciplinary action - the Fire Chief does not take their position lightly.

    Deputy Fire Chief

    The Deputy Fire Chief is the second highest authority of the department. Acting as the Fire Chief’s right-hand and ensuring that if a matter is to be brought to the Fire Chief, it is done purely within reason and if the Deputy Fire Chief cannot handle said matter. The Deputy Fire Chief oversees the CoC, alongside the Assistant Fire Chief, to ensure that all Line Officers are working as expected and all duties for the Chain of Command are performed in full.

    Deputy EMS Chief

    The Deputy EMS Chief is the third highest authority of the department, with responsibilities similar to that of the Deputy Fire Chief, they oversee the department along with the Deputy Fire Chief, and also are involved with discussions concerning the most important decisions to be made concerning the department and its overall future as well as concerned with overseeing and managing the EMS aspect of the department.

    Battalion Chief

    The Battalion Chiefs are the first line of what we refer to as Chief Officers of the department, overseeing that the general duties of the Line Officers are fulfilled and assist the three highest authorities (Fire Chief, Deputy Fire Chief, and Assistant Fire Chief) in crucial tasks to be undertaken. Battalion Chiefs also oversee the management of stations when on patrol and the first line in major disciplinary reprimand when it goes beyond a Line Officer, or the first line in reporting a Line Officer. .

    Fire Captain

    The Fire Captain role is the highest ranking Line Officer position one can accomplish before reaching the rank of Battalion Chief. It is also the highest ranking position a secondary CoC individual can obtain. The Fire Captain, alongside the Fire Lieutenant, oversees the daily operations and personnel of the department - ensuring that S.O.P Policy and Guidelines are thoroughly enforced. They also partake in voting for general decisions made for the department.

    Fire Lieutenant

    The Fire Lieutenant role is the first ranking Line Officer position one can obtain. This is the beginning of the CoC to be followed by all members below and all requests and other such issues should pass by the Lieutenant. Lieutenants partake in voting in on general matters of the department and are the first line in disciplinary reprimand.

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