As a Company Officer Chief McCloud held positions in the Fire Prevention Bureau, implemented the Department’s and the Los Angeles Operational Area’s Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT). K6HOG 445.0400 MHz Contractor Peak Repeater. Fire Chief Daryl Osby is an avid fisherman and outdoors enthusiast, and the proud father to his two amazing daughters Stephanie and Nicole. 864 N San Vicente Blvd. He is also the Region I coordinator for mutual aid for Los Angeles, Orange, Ventura, San Bernardino, and San Luis Obispo Counties, unifying our local resources during large-scale emergencies. Commerce, CA 90040 Our Department dispatchers are responsible for processing all 9-1-1 emergency and non-emergency calls, along with dispatching firefighters, paramedics, and others to the scene. Chief Ewald is currently a qualified Type 2 Operations Section Chief and an Incident Commander for the Department’s Incident Management Team One. As an assistant fire chief, Chief Whittle commanded the Technical Services Division (EMS, Training, Homeland Security, Technical Operations and Grants), and Division 7, which includes service to the Santa Monica Mountains, a major theme park (Universal Studios), and the Department’s fire boat operations. This feed covers: Inspector General (213) 974-6100 Topanga (21), In total, EMS 9-1-1 calls comprise nearly 85 percent of the Department’s responses. John received a Bachelor of Science in Natural Resources Management from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo in 1988. West Dispatch, Los Angeles - West County Interagency Fire, Western LACoFD, LAFD and Park agencies with coverage of municipalities and unincorporated areas in and around the Santa Monica Mountains. Chief Lawrence received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from California State University, Fullerton. Most recently as Assistant Chief, Chief Montoya was assigned to Division 6 in Huntington Park where he oversaw the daily operations of 6 cities and 6 unincorporated areas. The Department provides four 24-hour Haz Mat units geographically located throughout the County: The Los Angeles County Fire Department has a very engaged Homeland Security team that works with numerous local, State, and federal agencies and governments to ensure the safety, security, and resilience of Los Angeles County against terrorism and other all-risk hazards. Deputy Fire Chief Thomas C. Ewald has served in the professional fire services for 33 years. South Los Angeles (323) 820-6700 The Department’s Wellness Division will focus on improving and maintaining the mental and physical wellness of all Department employees and their families. Walnut Diamond Bar (626) 913-1715 PPOA (323) 261-3010 Homicide Bureau (323) 890-5500 Backgrounds/Pre-Employment (213) 229-3140 Chief O’Brien has served in a number of operational and administrative assignments, and promoted through the ranks to his current position as a Deputy Fire Chief. Special Victims Bureau (562) 946-8531 Arcadia Police Dispatch Press Passes (213) 229-1683. Employee Verification (VERBAL) (323) 526-5500 Community Services Liaison: (626) 732-3531, Assistant Fire Chief: (310) 329-3315 (310) 603-5258, Carson In her role as Chief Deputy of Business Operations, Chief Lawrence oversees the Fire Department’s $1.3 billion budget and more than 800 employees in the Administrative, Prevention, and Special Services Bureaus. 850 W. La Habra Blvd Today, the CFPD serves all of the unincorporated area within Los Angeles County, as well as the following 60 incorporated cities, 58 of which are in Los Angeles County and one in Orange County: Chief Deputy David R. Richardson Jr. has served in the fire service for over 34 years. Sierra Madre Police Dispatch The post disaster emotional environment, the Incident Command System, and decision-making and documentation. Carson, CA 90745 (562) 860-8014, Irwindale The following year in November 2015, Chief O’Brien was promoted again to Assistant Fire Chief and assigned to Division VI in the Central Region. Fire protection districts are governed by the Fire Protection District Law of 1987 (Health & Safety Code, Section 13800 et al). (661) 949-6319, Palmdale Fire Prevention Members of the Bureau serve the citizens of Los Angeles County by completing inspections and educating the community about the benefits of proper safety practices, completing building, sprinkler, and fire alarm plan checks, protecting natural resources, providing conservation education programs and advice to interested groups, using technology to assess weather, fuel moisture, and fire danger, and protecting public health and the environment from accidental releases and improper handling, storage, transportation, and disposal of hazardous materials and wastes. His service has included being selected as the first Bilingual Public Information Officer for the Department charged with the development and implementation of a Bilingual program. Located on the top of Santiago Peak. Deputy Fire Chief Jon O’Brien has worked as a fire service professional for over 26 years. The Los Angeles County Fire Department’s mission starts in Dispatch. This ecosystem fosters a diverse fire-adapted community of plants and animals. These fees are updated annually based upon current salary, employee benefits, and overhead costs. The amount of property tax revenue generated within a city is based on assessed value and varies from city to city. Chief Richardson’s prior experience includes battalion chief assignments in the Antelope Valley, South Bay, and Santa Clarita Valley, and he has also served as the Interim Warehouse Manager.