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2017 brought forth both opportunities and challenges.  The overall numbers of Fire Police Officers statewide continues to fall, and unfortunately there is no draw for highly-qualified people to fill their ranks.  Who, in their right mind would want to get up at zero-dark-thirty to go out in bad weather to be cussed at by the motoring public?  Who would want to put up with - let's call a spade a spade - firehouse politics or a total lack of support from FDs?

To make matters worse, our first real Fire Police champion at the Fire Academy - George Stapleton - left for a job in South Carolina - we wish him our best.  Before Bruce Trego had a chance to get comfortable in the "big chair" he's now been tapped as interim Fire Commissioner, due to the resignation of a Fire Police friend - Tim Solobay.

It is said that the hottest fire makes the best steel - maybe this will lead us into a better world.  We certainly hope so!

We, as Fire Police,  need to get our acts together.  The best way is through education.  This site provides a plethora of information to better ourselves.  The first way of professionalism is training, then practicing what we've been taught.  We have to present a better case - and not back down - when we need safety gear.  Using our own cars needs to be eliminated, in favor of using FD or municipal vehicles; and, until we get a vehicle, pay us for gas.  

If we do it right, we'll only move forward!  Does this take some hard work and effort?  Definitely.  What's the alternative?  Funerals.  Disrespect.  

Roadway Safety Consulting is comprised of current/former Fire Police Officers and Police Officers.  We train according to the needs of Fire Police, while staying within the rules.  We've been there; we know what's needed, and we're ready to help!

Examine the site, and if you have questions or comments, don't hesitate to contact us.


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