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Los Santos Fire Department

 

The Los Santos Fire Department preserves life and property, promotes public safety and fosters economic growth through a commitment to prevention, preparedness, response and recovery as an all risk life safety response provider. We provide exceptional Fire Protection and Emergency Medical Services by being metric driven, technologically sophisticated and community focused while reflecting the people we serve. Our motto, “Serving with Courage, Integrity, and Pride”, emphasizes our department's core values, and is what leads each and every single one of our employees in their day-to-day duties, so that our community can be safe and protected around the clock.

 

(( It is the OOC goal for the LSFD to provide high-quality fire and ems roleplay at all times. ))

 

 

 

Chief Fire Officers

Fire Chief Kaitlyn Myers

Office of the Fire Chief

 

Deputy Chief Tabitha Navarro

Chief of Staff, Administrative Services

 

Fire Officers

Captain II Lowell Cuthbert

Station Captain, Operations Bureau

 

Captain I Butch Dixie

Commanding Officer, Air Operations Unit, Operations Bureau

 

 

Organizational Structure

The Los Santos Fire Department is divided into separate sections, each termed 'Operations'. Within each Operation are various Bureaus that house divisions relevant to their specific functions. This organization structure is designed to better delegate the department's resources, so that every aspect is covered thoroughly and efficiently.

 

The Administration Bureau is directly responsible for handling all matters revolving around department personnel. Discussions relating to positional advancement, disciplinary action, and relations with the public all happen within this bureau and its subsequent divisions.

 

The Training and Support Bureau is responsible for the department's recruitment drives, training and certifying prospective employees, and training current department personnel so they are always prepared for their day-to-day duties.

 

The Fire Prevention and Public Safety Bureau works in close relation with the Administration Bureau to ensure the public is up to date with all relevant fire safety regulations.

 

The Operations Bureau is responsible for maintaining all relevant Fire Stations, as well as deploying specialized rescue and firefighting tactics.

 

(( It should be noted this list only represents divisions where players actively roleplay. Realistically, the entire LAFD structure that we have used as a base would exist within the LSFD, but we cannot portray the entirety of that structure with the number of players involved. ))

 

Administration Bureau:

Professional Standards Division

Human Resources Division

Employee Relations Division

 

Training and Support Bureau:

Firefighter Recruitment Section

Recruit Services Section

In-Service Training Section

 

Fire Prevention and Public Safety Bureau:

Tactical Emergency Medical Support Unit (TEMS)

 

Operations Bureau:

Air Operations Unit

Urban Search and Rescue

 

(( The current list of Bureaus and Divisions represent what we as a Faction roleplay around, though some may not be implemented during the beginning of the RageMP server to allow us to focus on the Faction's basic structure. This is subject to change at the discretion of Faction Leadership. ))

 

Ranking Structure

 

Chief Fire Officers

 

Fire Chief

The Fire Chief is considered the General Manager of the department, and is responsible for overseeing development and overall operation. The main duties of the Fire Chief include: serving as the figurehead of the department at media and general events; managing the department's personnel up to Deputy Chief in accordance with department policy and public service regulations; and the development and oversight of department policy, procedures, and expectations.

 

Deputy Chief

The Deputy Chief is considered the Assistant General Manager of the department, mostly responsible for assisting the Fire Chief with the administration of the department. The main duties of the Fire Deputy Chief include: assisting the Fire Chief with the administration of the department; overseeing the department's personnel up to Fire Assistant Chief; ensuring departmental policies, procedures, expectations, and public service regulations are upheld; and assuming command of the Fire Department with full authority in the absence of the Fire Chief.

 

Assistant Chief

The Fire Assistant Chief plays an important part in the administration of the department, overseeing all Stations, Fire Battalion Chiefs and running one of the Operations. The main duties of the Fire Assistant Chief include: overseeing the department's personnel up to Fire Battalion Chief; ensuring department policy, procedure, expectations, and public service regulations are upheld; handling all requests within their assigned Operation; finalizing promotions when necessary; and liaising with other departments and teams in situations that warrant such liaison.

 

Fire Officers

 

Battalion Chief

Battalion Chiefs have a more direct line of communication with department employees, overseeing Stations within his or her Battalion. Fire Battalion Chiefs are responsible for personnel management and other administrative affairs. They are mostly responsible for personnel-related administrative affairs.

 

Captain II

Captain IIs are mostly responsible for interacting with his or her relative station personnel in the field, informing them on his or her progress, and monitoring how well he or she performs. Fire Captain IIs are also tasked with handling personnel-related administrative affairs within his or her Station, alongside of the Station Battalion.

 

Captain I

Fire Captain Is are mostly responsible for interacting with his or her relative station personnel in the field, responding to calls with them, informing them on his or her progress, and monitoring how well he or she performs. Fire Captain Is are also tasked with handling personnel-related administrative affairs within their station, alongside of the Station Battalion and the Station Captain.

 

Firefighter-Paramedics

 

Engineer

Engineer is the department's Field Training Officer II role, and is the most senior non-commissioned position a member can achieve within the department, with its main focus being towards training and testing new members. Engineers actively assist, train and observe newer department employees, including answering any questions they may have. They demonstrate a proactive stance on both firefighting and medical calls equally. They also help their Station Captains in overseeing the Field Training Program.

 

Firefighter III

Firefighter III is the department's Field Training Officer I role, with its main responsibility being the training and testing of new members. Firefighter IIIs actively assist, train and observe newer department employees, including answering any questions they may have. They demonstrate a proactive stance on both firefighting and medical calls equally.

 

Firefighter II

Firefighter II is the most common and essential position of the department, with its high level of focus on field work, held by all fire-sworn personnel who have passed the Field Training Program, with the exception of a Field Training Officer and above. Their main duties include: responding to medical and firefighting calls as needed; acting as role-models to less experienced members of the department, and participating in household chores around their assigned station.

 

Firefighter-EMTs

 

Firefighter I

Firefighter I is the lowest-grade fire-sworn position of the department, with the main goal of gaining knowledge and experience through practical duties alongside seasoned Firefighters. Their main duties include: working towards the completion of the Field Training Program, gaining and demonstrating knowledge and improvement through actions in practice, and responding to medical and fire scenes with other members of the department.

 

Firefighter Reserve

Firefighter Reserve is the department's part-time position for employees who are unable to dedicate to a full shift. Their main duties include: responding to medical and firefighting calls as needed, and participating in household chores around their assigned station.

 

 

Information Resources

LSFD Forums

Faction Recruitment

Faction Publications

LSFD Twatter

LSFD Snapmatic

 

 

 

 

 

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