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Fire Corps Program

What is Fire Corps?   Fire Corps is the key component of citizen corps that supports and supplements resource constrained fire departments through the use of citizen advocates for non-operations activities.

Citizen advocates who aid departments in non-operational activities  allow first responders to focus their efforts on being prepared for and responding to the most critical life threatening situations. 

HOW CAN YOU HELP?

The possibilities are endless, below is just a sample of the ways you can help.  Any non-operational task you can think of can be accomplished by a citizen advocate.

  • Life Safety Education
  • Data Entry
  • Bookkeeping
  • Administrative Functions
  • Public Relations
  • Pre-Plan Research
  • Photographer
  • Historian
    Just a start of the opportunities we have -

Interested in joining Fire Corps click here


Spring Lake Park Fire Department
Phone: 763/786-4436
Fax: 763-786-9617
E-mail: sryder@sbmfire.com

 

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