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Commissioner Frank McDougall
The Seattle Fire Rescue Department oversees the entirety of the Greater Seattle Metropolitan Area, they are divided between over two hundred Station Houses throughout the city and have been commissioned to act as it’s own legal authority. The Fire Rescue Department of the city works hand in hand with the Seattle Police Department and Station House One is located in the same region as Police Precinct One and the Mayors Office. All calls to Seattle Fire are routed through Station House One, then dispatched to the proper Station House for the call out; Seattle Fire Rescue as well includes Seattle Emergency Rescue.
The Medics have their own Squad Houses throughout Seattle and each neighbourhood has at least two Squad Houses for the citizens of the region, any citizen of King County has the right to emergency medical treatment. Seattle Medical Squad is fully trained and registered with the division of Health and Services, they will arrive in a timely fashion and transport the patient to the nearest Hospital for medical treatment.
The Seattle Medical and Fire Division are both legally obligated to report suspicious activity, injuries or signs of abuse and neglect to the Seattle Police Department for further criminal investigation.
The Seattle Fire Rescue has asked that any citizen in possession of a private ambulance contract please register with the Division of Human Services within the Seattle Fire Rescue; do to the private contracts violent nature in protecting their clients. Any citizen that fails to register with the Fire Rescue will face criminal prosecution and fines up 50,000 credits for each false emergency call and can be charged with Capital Murder if a death of a civil servant occurs during an attempted rescue.
Seattle Fire Rescue has it’s own criminal investigation unit and they work directly with the Seattle Police Department and have the full authority to arrest, detain and question and suspect. They also do not have to hand the suspect over to Seattle Police Department and can be held for up to seven days without legal representation, Fire Rescue only investigates crimes related to arson and any murder or injury to stems from an illegal fire. All suspects will be handed over to Seattle Police Department for criminal prosecution once the Fire Marshals have concluded their investigation.
<<In an attempt to separate themselves from the draconian laws of the UCAS the Fire Department has begun working directly alongside the Seattle Police Department and their Arson Unit; As of January 25th 2074 all criminal cases will be handled in direct cooperation with the Seattle Police Department and through the Division of Fire Marshalls. All suspects can be arrested by Seattle Fire but will be handed over to the Police for detainment and prosecution.>>
Seattle Fire Rescue Department is currently accepting applications for new officers. Apply in person at Station House One between the hours of 8 AM till 5 PM Monday through Friday. All applicants will have to submit to a physical, mystical and cybernetic scan at time of application. Applications can take up to 3 weeks to be processed, if deemed qualified the applicant will be contacted to come in for a interview and an additional screening including DNA and Retina scans. After which the applicant will be sent to the medical examiners office for a Drug and Physical examination and documentation of tattoo’s, scars, moles, birthmarks and other physical markings and then the applicant will be given a date and time to report to the Academy for training.
Seattle Fire Department is no longer issuing open fire burn permits to any resident within the Provence of Seattle and any citizen caught with an open fire will be charged with negligence and fined 10,000 credits and up to six months in jail. The only exception is within the King County Parks, where a small proper camp fire is allowed, though all campers must register with the Division of Parks and Recreation before setting up camp and starting a fire.
All residents will be charged 1,500 credits for an ambulance call and transportation to a local hospital, this fee can be charged to a private insurance carrier or the resident can pay upon arrival to the hospital. No Resident Will Be Denied Transportation do to not being able to pay, a bill will be generated and can be submitted to your private insurance carrier.
All homes must be equipped with the updated Fire Detection Equipment by March 1st 2074 or suffer fines and penalties, the equipment can be purchased through you local Station House or Station House One for a one time fee of 250 credits. Fire Marshalls will begin residential and commercial inspections starting on or about March 2nd, any resident or business owner found out of compliance will be fined 50,000 credits and imprisoned for 13 months for direct criminal negligence. (Residents can call their local station house to set up a time for the instillation of the new Fire Detection and Prevention equipment as well as schedule a time for a full inspection of the domicile or business)
<<Seattle Fire Rescue Department is always accepting applications for volunteers to serve in one of the many Station or Squad Houses throughout the city. All Volunteers will receive priority placement when a full time position becomes available, to become a volunteer see your local Squad or Station House and fill out an application and await an interview with the Commander or Supervisor.>>
Meet The Staff
Station House One
Deputy Commissioner Ronald Blackthorn:
Chief Fire Marshall Harold Reynolds:
Chief Of Emergency Medical Rescue Dr. Irwin B Gloucester:
Chief of Public Relations Robert Wilson Grant:
Chief of Fire Hector Krieghoff:
Assistant Chief of Fire Richard Barnabe:
Assistant Chief Fire Marshall Sherwood Thorpe:
The Division of Captains is a vast division including each and ever station house throughout Seattle as well as the many squad houses throughout the city proverb; I will only show the Officers within Station House One as their are hundreds throughout the entire city itself.
Internal Command Structure
Station House One
Squad House One
Captain Vernon O’Regan (Station House One Commander):
Captain David Klopeck MD (Squad House One Commander):
Lieutenant Morris Eccles MD (Squad House One Supervisor):
Lieutenant Patrick Flanagan (Station House One Supervisor):
(Fire Marshall Unit Commander):
Lieutenant James McGruff (Fire Marshall Unit Supervisor):