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The first fire department was in Ancient Rome. These men engaged in battle with fires and also kept an eye on the streets with the ability to force corporal punishment on those who dishonored fire prevention codes. Fire departments were once more created by insurance companies in the 18th and 19th century. Benjamin Franklin is perceived to be the father of the fire department in western culture. In 1736, he founded the first fire insurance company called the Union Volunteer Fire Company in Philadelphia. The city of Boston set up the very first publicly financed salaried fire department in America in 1679. A fire department or fire brigade is an open or personal organization that offers fire guard for a specific jurisdiction, which normally is a city, county, or fire defense district. A fire department typically has one or more fire stations in its boundaries, and may be staffed by career firefighters, volunteers, or a mixture thereof. Fire departments are prearranged in a structure of administration, services, training, and operations. Administration is in charge of administration, budgets, policy and human resources. Training produces skilled people with the data to carry out their duties. Operations execute the tasks to effectively save the public from injury.
Newtown Police Union Local 3153
3 Main St, Newtown, CT 06470(203) 270-0854 Write a review
3 Main St, Newtown, CT 06470(845) 279-3678 Write a review
3 Main St, Newtown, CT 06470(845) 878-4208 Write a review
Danbury Police Union Local 891
120 Main St, Danbury, CT 06810(203) 743-7716 Write a review
Danbury Police Athletic League
35 Hayestown Rd, Danbury, CT 06811(203) 778-4725 Write a review
New Milford Town of-Police Dept
49 Poplar St, New Milford, CT 06776(860) 354-1284 Write a review
Town of Pound Ridge Police Dept
Westchstr Ave, Pound Ridge, NY 10576(914) 764-4206 Write a review
More on Fire Departments
A fire department is in general set up anywhere it can contain fire stations and sophisticated fire equipment strategically positioned throughout the area in its control so that dispatchers can send fire trucks or ambulances from the fire stations near the incident. Larger departments have branches inside themselves to amplify efficiency, made of volunteers, support, and research. The volunteers at the departments give them an advantage in a state of emergency. They also do research to give advantages in the latest technologies for the department. The fire department's jurisdiction is ordered by the governmental body that manages the department, even though there are private fire departments as well. This comes from a city, county, region, state or nation type of government. The most frequent type of government control is at the city level. Inside the jurisdiction the department would setup its organization, which deals with the position of fire stations, equipment and employees within the area of control. Fire departments once in a while study their jurisdiction areas and use the information for redistributing proper coverage. The majority of information comes from travel time and range or a population study. This brings about like service to the communities and provides the department a resourceful place to open operations.