Making Changes

Markley, Rick
November 2007
Fire Chief;Nov2007, Vol. 51 Issue 11, p184
Trade Publication
An interview with Brian Crawford, who served in the task force for the Fire Department in Charleston, South Carolina, is presented. When asked about the access of the task force to the fire department, he refers to their experience of working from various fire departments, city government, and community circles. He mentioned that the objective of the task force is to look for extreme prejudice safety. Furthermore, the task force is part of the implementation strategy of the Phase 1 report.


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