USFA, Fire Corps to Study Fire Police

November 2005
Fire Chief;Nov2005, Vol. 49 Issue 11, p12
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The article reports that The United States Fire Administration and the Cumberland Valley Volunteer Firemen's Association's Emergency Responder Safety Institute will work together to perform a study of effective recruitment and retention methods and techniques for fire service traffic control personnel, referred to in some areas of the country as fire police. The effort will illustrate an effective use of citizen volunteers to support the fire service.


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