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Fire Services

Code: JR-1900

Programs that are responsible for preventing, investigating, controlling and extinguishing fires. Activities include fire safety education, firefighting, investigating the causes of suspicious fires, maintaining equipment and trained firefighters necessary for a quick and efficient response to fires when they occur, and enforcing fire codes which protect lives and property from fires and explosions arising from the storage, handling and use of hazardous substances, materials and devices, or from conditions hazardous to life and property in the use or occupancy of buildings or other premises.

See Also:

Fire Conditions Bulletins (TH-2100.2100)

Fire Advisories (TH-2100.2000)

Burned Area Emergency Rehabilitation (TH-1800.1900-100)

Fire Corps (TH-1700.1910-150.20)

Wildland Fire Preparedness Information (TH-1700.1800-930)

Firefighting Helicopters (TH-1700.1600-370)

Fireboats (TH-1700.1600-350)

Fire Engines (TH-1700.1600-330)

Aircraft Rescue Firefighting Vehicles (TH-1700.1600-090)

Air Tankers (TH-1700.1600-060)

Federal Firefighting ESF (TH-1500.1800-200)

Weed Abatement/Brush Control (TE-9500)

Community Planning and Public Works (TE)

Firefighting Museums (TA-5500.2000)

Juvenile Firesetter Treatment Programs (RP-1400.8000-375)

Fire Services Volunteer Opportunities (PX-1900.2200-200)

Key Lock Box Systems (JR-8400.4000)

Fire Suppression Systems (JR-8400.2000)

Fire Prevention Information (JR-8200.2000)

Burning Bans (JR-8000.0900)

Fire Stations (JR-1950)

Arson Reporting (FN-1700.0500)

Juvenile Firesetter Intervention Programs (FN-1500.3700)

Harbor Patrol (FL-2800)