Welcome to the
Adams County Fire Police Inc.
P. O. Box 114
McSherrystown, Pa. 17344
Our next County Fire Police meeting will again be held at Gettysburg Fire Company starting at 1930 Hrs. on Monday March 8, 2021. As like last month Gettysburg requires the wearing of face masks and social distancing due to the Covid 19 issues.
See "Additional Training" Tab for information about a Basic Fire Police Class
Any current members of the Adams County Fire Police, If you want access to the members only at contact Steve Peters at email@example.com or Jason Trimmer at firstname.lastname@example.org with First Name, Last Name, Station Number and Email address and We will get you in the system and email your temporary password to you. We encourage all Members to register. We can use this site to send emails to everyone registered.
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We want to thank all members that attended the meeting this past Monday. The next SCHEDULED meeting is March 8, 2021.The meeting will be held at the Gettysburg FD again. At the January meeting we selected the nomination committee and they will continue to compile a list of qualified members who might be interested in running for an office. Per Article VI Section 1 this list will be presented at the March meeting when nominations are opened. Additionally, nominations will remain open for all elected offices until the April meeting. If you are interested you can contact Mike Wassuta, Don Wolfe or Mike McGlaughlin.
Due to COVID 19 guidelines the 911 Center is closed for general uses. They will remain closed until at least July and maybe as late September. Additionally the Covid Vaccination procedures have changed. AS of today 2/8/2021 they will be scheduling appointments for the vaccination and will be giving the shots in one of the classrooms in the 911 center.
Attention Fire Police Incident Commanders. Due to all the Civil Unrest around the Country it has been recommended by the Pa Fire Police Assoc. that no Fire Police Officer be assigned or stationed at any site or intersection alone. We realize our numbers are low but for safety sake try to assign 2 or 3 Officers at any post. Please be CAUTIOUS while out on calls.
9th Cory Kuhn
Maryland, Carroll County, Station 11
Penna Emergency Management Agency