How many people are in one Fire Department?

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How many fire stations are there per population?

The U.S. average is 167 full-time firefighters per 100,000 population, according to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). The cities with the highest average, based on my research, tend to be medium-sized cities such as Birmingham, Alabama (308) and Memphis, Tennessee (282).

What is the busiest fire department in the US?

Busiest Departments by Total Calls

Department Name Total Calls Total Fire Calls
New York, NY 2,200,000 40,783
Chicago, IL 851,769 223,323
Los Angeles City, CA 499,167 84,792
Baltimore City, MD 347,170 163,874

What is the largest fire department in the world?

The Fire Department is the largest urban fire department in the world.

Tokyo Fire Department.

Location Ōtemachi, Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan
Fire Chief Toshio Andō
Budget ¥245,932,000,000 (2015)
Staff 18,408
Volunteers 26,490

What are the 4 types of firefighters?

Here are some common types of firefighter jobs:

  • Volunteer firefighter.
  • Inspector.
  • Wildland firefighter.
  • Firefighter engineer.
  • Airport firefighter.
  • Firefighter/EMT.
  • Firefighter/paramedic.
  • Fire investigator.

Who is the most famous firefighter?

Jack Pritchard. He’s the most decorated firefighter in FDNY history. Jack Pritchard began his career of saving lives early on, rescuing a child with developmental disabilities who was trapped on the third floor of a burning building.

Is 28 too old to become a firefighter?

You can become a professional firefighter after 30, 40, or even 50 at some fire departments. There are departments that have upper age limits between 28 and 40, while others have no upper age requirements for firefighters. There are usually no upper age limits to be a volunteer firefighter.

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