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Page 9- These are my City of Prescott Public Records Requests- (descending order)(Jeff Archer)

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This is the link you will keep coming back to as I will keep loading this section with the City of Prescott Public Records Requests ( PRRs ) and eventually break them into Part One, Two, etc. as they increase in volume size so the posts are kept reasonable in size.

7-31-20 5:22 PM I am just making a link to later come back then post 8 (Showing what I pulled) then this post 9 (Jeff Archer PRR).

Happy August! 8-1-20 10:08 AM

Now, let us see if they (COP) just "copied and pasted" the Troy emails (page 6) since he was named on so many of Troy's emails. For this PRR, I am going to run through it to see what we are looking at then see if any YHF stuff-

I will show the file folder and anything I feel is relevant I will post.

Since I was on last (10:08 AM) at 10:10 AM I got the blue screen of death as soon as I placed Jeff Archer's PRR thumb drive into my PC- it took this long (12:04 PM) to repair the PC back to a different time and date to get in to work on it, but now I am not liking this new thumb drive system.


I use to download right from their system. Now " all of a sudden" I have to pay for these thumb drives that I am wasting time on repairing my pc just to dig to what is on the thumb drive. Not good.


I may have to notify them what happened.

Also want to notice that Duane and Troy Steinbrink's PRR had less than 75 total but look "how many" Jeff Archer's came back ( to me that is odd):



























Wow, right? That is what we will be going over "live" right now...way more than Duane and Troy Steinbrink's PRR by far.

Let us begin with the first item and work our way down...okay. Quick "pause" (8-1-20 12:22 PM than back on)

Click on File Folder "0003_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie - FirstRecipient_troy.steinbrink@prescott-az.gov - Subject_Staff Meeting Agenda - 11-03-2014" - and you will see "Planning Meeting Agenda 11-4-2014.pdf":







Click on "File Folder 0005_Sender_Archer,Jeffrey - FirstRecipient_Mills - Subject_Wildland Quals - 01-15-2018" and you will see "Wildland Quals.pdf":

Click on 0006_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie - FirstRecipient_troy.steinbrink@prescott-az.gov - Subject_Staff Meeting Agenda - 01-12-2015 and you will see Planning Meeting Agenda 1-13-2015.pdf:

So far all I am getting from Planning Meetings is that we may possibly now identify "Jeff Archer" to City of Prescott Fire Station 71. I am gonna do like Duane and Troy's and skip "snippets" unless I see a need to show it. I will put the next in order with title and content but no "snippets" uness I find some want or need to-

0007_Sender_Wilson,Julie - FirstRecipient_amy.bonney@prescott-az.gov - Subject_FW_ Radio Designators - 04-05-2017 - 2017 Non-Apparatus Radio Designators.pdf

Current Radio Designations Chief Staff - Dennis Light - Future Assistant Chief - Ralph Lucas - Don Devendorf - Cory Moser - Scott Luedeman - Future Battalion Chief - Tony Sciacca Training - Jim Kennedy - Jeff Moffitt - Kevin Keith - Training Officer (Open) - Training Officer (Open) - Travis McElwee Community Risk Reduction Bret Lucas Dave Mecca Mike Ward

0008_Sender_Luedeman,Scott - FirstRecipient_troy.steinbrink@prescott-az.gov - Subject_Staff meeting minutes - 05-11-2018 - - Planning Meeting Minutes 5-8-2018.pdf

PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 05/08/18, Time 0815-0915 Location: Station 71 In Attendance Chief Light, Jaimie Sventek, Chief Lucas, Chief Devendorf, Chief Moser, Captain Keith, Chief Luedeman, Jared Haxton Meeting called to order at 0815 Chiefs Report: City Business We are searching for a building official because Randy Pluimer has left the city. Willy Black from sanitation has also left the city, but it is unsure what the plan is for a timeline on replacement. The budget meeting went good. The only significant change is the way ARFF is funded. The airport enterprise fund will pick up 50 percent and the general fund will pick up 50 Percent. The budget was approved as written except for the purchase of new radios. They will be pushed back a year. New Business: 1) ITS/Communications Issues Alpine Update A meeting with Chief Light, Chief Luedeman, Jaime Sventek, Julie Wilson, and Nate Keegan was held on April 25th. IT confirmed that the Alpine rollout should be no more than 6 weeks from that date. Chief Moser is requesting the IFSTA testing software be followed up on. We need to buy the software for firefighter and a test bank for Engineer and Captain. IT to follow up. Chief Lucas stated the heart saver tones are installed in all stations. He asked IT if it is possible to have them installed in the BC office. IT to follow up. Captain Keith Said there is a radio in the loft upstairs at station 74 that is always on. There is currently a make shift mute on the radio. IT will look into it and come up with a plan to fix it. Text paging and Active 911 are still giving limited information and sending multiple alerts to calls spread out over a long period of time. Chief Luedeman said that the paging information is being worked on. **Update after the meeting- multiple active alerts for the same call are a result of having ALWAYS checked in your settings under page groups.2) PRCC Updates Chief Moser said that engine companies will be rotating through dispatch in 3 hour blocks starting the end of May. This is being set up to give the engine companies a glimpse into the workings of dispatch. There were questions whether reporting CAD data is a violation of HIPPA. Chief Moser reported that there are no issues with sharing CAD data as far as HIPPA is concerned. 3) Building Safety Updates (Devendorf) Bringing a new building official in the next month to replace Randy Pluimer. Tom Guice is leaving in 6 months Fire inspections are lacking due to a lack of qualified inspectors. We are hoping that the new building inspector has fire inspection experience. 4) Partners Academy Neighbors at CAFMA had a successful event that was well received by the fire member’s families. We may try to do something similar with PFD family members sometime in the future. It is hoped that with all the newer personnel that HR could come in and offer some assistance on benefits and retirement information. This program helps spouses understand better what we do. This may be pushed to 2019 due to the amount of activities already planned for this year. 5) GMIHC 5-Year Memorial Planning Needs IAP being done by Morgan June 25th at 1000 will be a media preview of the Tribute Center. Devendorf to assist PIO June 28th at 1800 in the evening is a soft opening for the Tribute Center. This is for the family and fire affiliates only. June 29th is the Grand Opening of the Tribute Center at 1200 for the public. June 30th- Ceremony at the Pioneer Cemetery at 0900. At 1630 to 1700 there will be a remembrance down town on the court house. June 30th is a busy day with the parade, boot race, week 4 of citizen’s academy, and other events for the 4th weekend. More information will be forthcoming. 6) Haz Mat Meters on Engines er Recorder: Chief Luedeman Tom Guice is leaving in 6 months Fire inspections are lacking due to a lack of qualified inspectors. We are hoping that the new building inspector has fire inspection experience. 4) Partners Academy Neighbors at CAFMA had a successful event that was well received by the fire member’s families. We may try to do something similar with PFD family members sometime in the future. It is hoped that with all the newer personnel that HR could come in and offer some assistance on benefits and retirement information. This program helps spouses understand better what we do. This may be pushed to 2019 due to the amount of activities already planned for this year. 5) GMIHC 5-Year Memorial Planning Needs IAP being done by Morgan June 25th at 1000 will be a media preview of the Tribute Center. Devendorf to assist PIO June 28th at 1800 in the evening is a soft opening for the Tribute Center. This is for the family and fire affiliates only. June 29th is the Grand Opening of the Tribute Center at 1200 for the public. June 30th- Ceremony at the Pioneer Cemetery at 0900. At 1630 to 1700 there will be a remembrance down town on the court house. June 30th is a busy day with the parade, boot race, week 4 of citizen’s academy, and other events for the 4th weekend. More information will be forthcoming. 6) Haz Mat Meters on Engines We will not be putting multi gas meters on all the engines. We will be putting CO detectors on all of the engines in the future. Chief Lucas is working on this to come up with a plan. 7) EMS Week EMS week is May 21-27. A proclamation was read at the 5-8-18 council meeting. E71 crew and Battalion 1 attended. Chief Devendorf will be handling PIO. 8) Update on City of Prescott Academy The academy runs every Thursday from June 7 through July 5. BC’s please make sure your crews are ready for your dates The City of Prescott Academy is coming up on July 26. Conrad Jackson and chief Light will be presenting. After the presentations we will have 4 stations set up in the parking lot for groups to go through. The stations will be Special Ops, Hazmat, Fire Engine tour, and a Truck Company tour. 9) Press Release Development – Regional Airport The airport has asked to handle all PIO releases for incidents on the airport. If we have an event at the airport, all PIO releases will go through them. 10) Kudos. Open Forum Chief Light Chief Light asked that an engine company and B1 attend the proclamation reading at the city council meeting today. Chief Devendorf The Fuels Crew is at full strength. Collin Phipps has been promoted to a full time fuels management technician. 3 part time employees have been hired. They are Tucker Thein, Chance Mills, and Micah Joannes. Please introduce yourselves if you see them. Chief Moser There will be 2 interns working with Chief Moser in the near future. July will be the firefighter academy. The captain’s test is in September. The TECC instructor class is around the corner, and Chief Moser would like the Battalion Chiefs to attend if possible. There will be training to the crews after that. Chief Lucas Chief Lucas reported that he and the crews had a good run up north of Payton. The Type 1 with Johnstone, Archer, McCarty, and Winter did some great structure protection. Chief Luedeman The cars are removed from the training center. Morgan is working on the bus. There is a new car sitting at the training center. This is for the citizen’s academy. DO NOT CUT THIS CAR UP. Jaimie Sventek There will be some chairs stacked in station 71 bays in the near future. Kevin KeithKevin reported that we are seeing an increase of calls for trench work in the area. By law any trench work needs a rescue plan. The contractor is supposed to give notification to PRCC. Any trench permit lists a rescue plan. Most of the permits list the fire department as the rescue plan. Kevin is trying to get some competent person training up here to give us a better understanding of the process. There is diving going on at the Watson Lake Dam. There is no dive team locally. YCSO only has a recovery team. Like trench rescue, the fire department may be labeled as a rescue plan. Kevin is looking into options. **Update after the meeting- E74 crew took the boat out to see what was going on. The crews working there have their own rescue team, EMS, and a hyperbaric chamber on site and another one at their room. E74 stated that it is a very professional operation. Follow- Up Items 1) Community Paramedicine. We are still pushing forward. We are trying to figure out funding options. West Yavapai Guidance is trying to start a community medicine program. Theirs will be dedicated to substance abuse only. June 12 there will be a presentation at the council study session. 2) Building Safety Inspectors/Permit Techs – Ride a longs Tabled 3) Turnout Helmet Safety Haskell has reached out to the supplier. Should have next week 4) Citizen’s Fire Academy Discussed earlier 5) Garbage In/Garbage Out RMS Needs We have about a week for BC’s to ensure all reports are entered correctly. All reports need to be complete and accurate. FOLLOW UPS FOR NEXT MEETING Partner’s academy (Light) Active 911 and Text alerts (Luedeman) Trench and dive rescue procedures (Keith) Meeting adjourned at 0945. Facilitator: Chief Moser Recorder: Chief Luedeman.

0011_Sender_Light,Dennis - FirstRecipient_troy.steinbrink@prescott-az.gov - Subject_Wreath Laying June 30th - 06-30-2015:

0012_Sender_Archer,Jeffrey - FirstRecipient_Johnstone - Subject_ENGB - 01-15-2018 - same exact document in earlier one: "File Folder 0005_Sender_Archer,Jeffrey"

Navigate the story the way they want, right-


I revisit my history in truth- do you?


If you "control" the History and narrative - you "control" the future, eh?


The Dude Fire and other Fire Fatalities prove that.

Just to show how my PRRs seem to always have this 0012 times 2 folders then you won't see 009, etc- why do they always have duplicates- it does mess it up when asking for the attachments if they are missing. ???

0012_Sender_Light,Dennis - FirstRecipient_troy.steinbrink@prescott-az.gov - Subject_Fwd_ Hotshot 19 memorial WOD - 08-01-2017 -

0013_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie - FirstRecipient_marsha.collier@prescott-az.gov - Subject_Planning Meeting Minutes - 10-16-2015 - Planning Meeting Minutes 10-13-15.pdf:


PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 10-13-2015, Time 0815-0935 Location: Station 71 In Attendance: Chief Light, Chief Essex, Chief Devendorf, Chief Kriwer, Chief Lucas, Chief Moser, Jaimie Sventek, Captain Keith, Captain Wallace, and Captain Bauman. Recorder: Chief Light Chiefs Report: City Business: Most of the activity at city hall has revolved around the on-going budget discussion with Mayor and Council. Public Safety cuts seem to be under challenge from at least three council members, but there are some fiscal realities that could make some sort of cuts inevitable. New Business: 1) Upcoming Fundraisers A number of community fundraisers are in the works. These include, but are not limited to: Cancer Awareness/Wear Pink; Guns vs Hoses softball game to benefit the Champions for Children Foundation, and the Annual Men Who Cook Dinner event to benefit the Prescott Area Shelter Services (PASS). The association is seeking your support for the softball event and feel free to ask Chief Light about the other two events that he’s involved with. 2) Hazardous Materials Standard Operating Guideline Captain Wallace had sent out for review the recently re-worked SOG governing HM response. All senior staff was afforded the opportunity to provide comments and it was approved for publication and placement into the policy and procedure manual. All personnel are encouraged to review and comply. 3) Brown outs/Move-ups Extensive discussion surrounded the eventual potential for further browning out of stations should our personnel numbers be reduced. The approach for conducting such brownouts is still in the discussion phase, however if our numbers are reduced in any way it is highly likely they will occur. The BC’s will be taking this discussion to our line personnel. Frankly, there is no “good way” to accomplish service reductions when you don’t have the human resources to deliver a determined level of service. More on this may evolve after the next meeting with Mayor and Council on October 22nd. A meeting with BC Moser and Chief Light with our partner agencies of Central AZ Fire and Medical (authority of CYFD/CVFD) on October 28th. 4) Kudos. A vast array of Kudo’s have been received and were reviewed at the meeting. Those have since been distributed via email by Jaimie. Open Forum Public Safety Radio Spots: We are looking for some line folks to help out and record some upcoming PSA’s for broadcast on local media stations. These will be focused on seasonal community risk reduction campaigns. The idea is to allow the community the chance to hear a “different” voice aside from the “Chief’s”. Physicals: Chief Essex has been offering his due diligence to ensure our members receive comprehensive physicals to include the appropriate cancer screenings. He’s got a vendor determined and has worked to get the price down to one that is both affordable while ensuring all our benchmark needs are addressed. Those should be occurring very soon. Training: Many, many, many folks are not acquiring the necessary 20 hours per month of suppression training. This will be a focus to ensure compliance in the coming months so please offer some degree of interest in staying on top of this need. ARFF: A standardized effort for ensuring all engineers are qualified to operate in the ARFF environment is ongoing. This effort was codified last year and we are getting close to where we need to be, however there are still a few stragglers that need to complete some required training. This information is to be communicated to the BC’s and in turn they will work to gain compliance. EMS Refusals: ALL PATIENT ENCOUNTERS REQUIRE THE APPROPRIATE PAPERWORK COMPLETED. Enough said! Prophylaxis Needs: A brief discussion took place about the need for new hire and on-going prophylaxis testing for our current and new employees. Specifically we may have developed a gap in provision of TB and Hep B needs. The CDC is our source for being in compliance or not. This effort will be addressed in anticipation of ensuring we are in compliance with national standards. Meeting adjourned at 0935.

0014_Sender_McCarty,Pat - FirstRecipient_troy.steinbrink@prescott-az.gov - Subject_Granite Mountain Hotshots Memorial - 06-29-2018 - Rendering Presentation for Board.pdf


Copyright © 2018 Granite Mountain Hotshots Memorial Partnership All rights reserved. No part of this presentation may be reproduced, distributed, or transmitted in any form or by any means, including photocopying, recording, or other electronic or mechanical methods, without the prior written permission of the copyright owner, except for the limited purposes of news reporting and certain other noncommercial uses permitted by copyright law.

0016_Sender_Microsoft Outlook - FirstRecipient_Archer,Jeffrey - Subject_Undeliverable_ Wildland Hose Testing - 11-19-2019 -Wildland Hose Testing.pdf

0017_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie - FirstRecipient_troy.steinbrink@prescott-az.gov - Subject_Planning Meeting Minutes - 01-29-2018 - Planning Meeting Minutes 01-18-18.pdf:

PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING

Date 01/18/17, Time 0815-0950

Location: Station 71

Present: Chief Light, DC Devendorf, BC’s Morgan, Lucas, Luedeman, Councilwoman Orr, Leila Ranzi, Jaimie

Sventek, Dan Bauman, Nate Seets, Jamie Wallace, Conrad Jackson, Kevin Perlak, Jared Haxton, and

others.

Recorder: Dennis Light

Chiefs Report: Chief Light reported that we will be commencing with the budgetary process. The line for this year,

as in most, is to remain conservative. That said we do look towards funding an EMS Coordinator and Public Educator

position.

New Business:

1. Yavapai Big Brothers/Big Sisters Presentation

As was alluded to in a department wide email, Leila Ranzi and Councilwomen Orr were in attendance to speak

about the possibility of creating some sort of “Bigs in Red” to complement the “Bigs in Blue” currently being

undertaken by Prescott PD. Two programs exist. First being the community program in which interested persons

would be paired with a Firefighter to serve as his/her “big”. The second, and likely more viable for us to be

engaged is the “school program”. In this instance, the interested person is again “paired” but the meetings take

place at one of our local schools and are conducted while on-duty. If interested please contact Chief Light direct. 2. 2-3 Year Vision of the Chief Chief Light shared that we have approached an interesting crossroads that is ripe to move our department forward without having to continually look over our shoulders for the knife wielding maniac. Couple of items in works that will make us more robust in our community: First is the development, with the assistance of Emergency Service Consulting, Inc. (ESCi), of a community risk assessment/standard of cover document. This effort will be commencing soon and is expected to be wrapped up by about July and presented to Council. Then comes some effort in regards to Community Based Strategic Management planning. This will engage a cross section of the community and internal and external stakeholders; if all goes well this will be wrapped up by September 30th. Following these two keystones to accreditation the pursuit to become an Accredited Agency will commence in earnest. If all goes according to plan, we would invite CFAI to do their site visit in about December 2019 and then appear before the commission in about March 2020. Chief has also received inquiries regarding his planned longevity with PFD. I will share that it is my likely intent to possibly enter into DROP in the summer of 2019 and then with God’s help, continue to work for the entire DROP period. That said, as a director there often times are other things to influence longevity so all this is pliable. 3. GMIHC 5-Year Memorial Planning Needs Presently the plan is similar to what occurred in the past to honor our fallen; however, it may be a little more robust than the past couple of years. It is expected that L-3066 will take the lead with families. This year may have heavier involvement down on the Courthouse square since it is the 5th anniversary of the loss. There is more to be worked out in this regard. 4. Assistance to FF Grant and Other Grant Opportunities Priorities A couple of elements are being worked via grants. Our current radio system is paramount in this regard. Other items include apparatus and training. All opportunities to seek grants will be pursued. 5. ITS/Communication Issues/Concerns Radio reprogram is complete and was down with few flaws. Station alerting system work is in progress. Questions concerning linking BC’s quarter in with lighting, etc. were addressed. Zoom video conferencing is now up and operational and can connect all our operating locations as well as Fire Administration when/if needed. We spoke on the fringes about the issue that still limits, for nearly a decade our ability to communicate based upon equipment placement at the Mingus Tank. Chief Light will once again approach CAFMA to see if they can help with the solution. 6. Community Paramedicine Back in 2014-2015, the department went to YRMC to discuss community paramedicine and how to roll it out. The idea was chopped by YRMC at that time. The topic has now again surfaced by YRMC as they are now being fined. Chief Light is working with CAFMA to move forward with concept which could come to fruition by early as next fiscal year. The concept could possibly assist the department in funding a full-time EMS Coordinator (non-sworn) position. The program will target high risk re-admission clients and reach out to them to follow-up on their hospital visit to hopefully reduce call volume, responses, and readmissions. 7. Kudos Thank you for Acker Night Attendance - Jinger Cutting Thank you and donation (EMS assistance) - Carol & Myers Hammond Thank you to Station 73 – Chloe Woodruff Thank you – Nicole DiLeo Thank you to Adam Morris Honor Guard participation – Jeremiah King, CAFMA Thank you for ride a long – Erin Raisley Thank you for delivering St. Luke’s Christmas meals – Muriel de Ganahl Thank you (EMS assistance) – Kathy Flynn Thank you – Albert & Hilde Padilla Thank you for emergency response presentation to Sunrise Lions Club – Mark Anderson Thank you to Kevin Keith for PAL tour of CARTA – Chief Freitag, CAFMA Open Forum Lt. Perlak • Some on-going issues with TriTech roll out and implementation. New target date is February 12, 2018. • PRCC is in the process of hiring two additional dispatchers. • There was an emergency call for service recently where an elderly lady ran her car into a doctor’s office on 12th Place. PRCC dispatchers followed policy and did not respond Fire as there was no indication of health issues, injury, or significant damage to the building. However, it was later discovered by the tow truck driver that there was structure damage. Chief Light would like to make it standard practice to send a unit to calls such as this to place eyes on the situation and to make an assessment of the structure. Chief Morgan • Recently attended a courthouse security meeting and believes that it would be a good idea for the engine companies to do tours of the facility for familiarization. Chief Luedeman • The ARFF engineer training is in progress. • Recently attended a meeting in regards to the Wings Out West event. Chief Devendorf • The purchase of the BC rig is moving forward. There is a cost savings to the department since IT will be purchasing/supplying all of the IT needs for the vehicle. • The department is going to attempt to purchase a new engine rather than moving forward with a refurbishment. The life expectancy of a refurbished engine is only 10 additional years with only a 30% cost savings. • The department may keep E722.

0020_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie - FirstRecipient_troy.steinbrink@prescott-az.gov - Subject_Planning Meeting Minutes - 01-17-2018 - 0020_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie - FirstRecipient_troy.steinbrink@prescott-az.gov - Subject_Planning Meeting Minutes - 01-17-2018:


PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Minutes Date 12/05/17, Time 0820-0915 Location: Station 71 Present: Chief Light, Cory Moser, Don Devendorf, Dan Morgan, Scott Luedeman, Jaimie Sventek Recorder: Jaimie Sventek Chiefs Report: What a difference a day makes at City Hall with the new elected body. City Hall is friendly again. Mayor Mengarelli has requested to meet with the Police Department and Fire Departments already. New Business: 1. ITS/Communications Issues Chief Light has shared the radio issues with Nate Keegan. Training for the CAD mobile is tentatively scheduled for January 2, 3, 8, 2018. There will be a PowerPoint presentation sent to all the stations in the Tri-City area in mid December. The Captain will be responsible for self-guiding through the presentation before the classes. There will be two teleconference sessions from CAFMA (site to be determined), one in the morning and one in the afternoon with the zoom conference software. There should be a recording of the conference so those that miss it can view it at a later date. Beyea, Pluimer, and Reese will be the shift representatives for the CAD mobile. A representative from the TriTech implementation team will be available to speak at the upcoming crew meetings. 2. Department Photo Possibility Chief Light would like to assemble all personnel together for a professional department photo to memorialize the department. He would like to do this in April or May of next year around shift change and possibly provide breakfast. Chief Light is seeking ideas. 3. RED (Remember Everyone Deployed) Friday’s Consideration – Support US Military Chief Light is seeking ideas and thoughts pertaining to supporting the US military. Either all participate and support or the department forgoes the idea. Some thoughts were to purchase hats. If the idea or suggestion to support the cause moves forward, the added costs must be programmed for. Chief Light is not sold one way or another, but would like feedback on the proposal. 4. Apparatus Cell Phone Needs Since the apparatus cell phones seem to be no longer utilized, the decision to retrieve the phones and turn them in and off has been made. Chief Morgan will gather them all and return to the Administration office. 5. Kudos Albert & Hilde Padilla – Station 75 A Shift Kevin Keith – Assisting with PAL at CARTA Sunrise Lions Club – Thank you letter Follow-Up Items 1. Leave Policy The Leave Policy is the standard. There was a suggestion made to create a separate training calendar for PFD only with the ED leave noted next to the items. If an employee is on industrial leave, it counts as a person being off however those reserved PTO slots in place before the industrial notification shall be honored. Chief Light has no problem blocking out leave for an injury that occurs off duty. 2. Storage within the department The department will obtain pricing for storage cabinets at station 71 in the BC’s office which will make the storage environmentally sound and the inventorying of items easier. 3. Structure for light duty personnel and who they report to There is no straight answer. If the employee has a program area then they can be self-directed if they report to the BC each morning first. Each light duty is a case by case basis in who and where they must report to. Open Forum Chief Luedeman · There has been discussion about adding the CO 4 in 1 meters to all engines. The Battalion Chiefs are to come to a solution as to whether or not the meters will be added or not. Chief Moser has concerns about them breaking. Chief Devendorf has a concern about the cost. Chief Light is concerned about the training issue. Chief Moser · A lot of trainings and meetings have been scheduled. TEEC training will be a minimum of two days of training. · Refresher courses, quarterly training and CAD mobile training are scheduled for January, February, and March. · Grant requests need to be sent to Karen. Chief Moser has spent a lot of time cleaning up grant items. There must be a bomb proof reason for why we purchase through a sole source vendor for items and equipment needed. · The department will be purchasing 5 ballistic helmets instead of 3 for the active shooter program. Chief Morgan · Is there an AAR for Public Safety regarding the Christmas Parade? The answer is yes. Chief Luedeman spoke to Casey Cook and suggest and IP for the event next year as the department was blindsided by the helicopter landing at the Mile High Middle School field with a fuel tank nearby. The helicopter was not grounded when fueling. It was suggested that the hard barricades be left in the same place for the parade and the lighting. All in all, the events went well. Ms. Sventek · The budget training seemed to go well. If anyone is interested in learning more or missed the training, please see Jaimie for additional training opportunities. Meeting adjourned at 9:15AM

another area with two 0021s folders...I just never get it ---why....


0021_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie - FirstRecipient_troy.steinbrink@prescott-az.gov - Subject_Staff Meeting Agenda - 07-06-2015 -

PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Minutes Date 12/05/17, Time 0820-0915 Location: Station 71 Present: Chief Light, Cory Moser, Don Devendorf, Dan Morgan, Scott Luedeman, Jaimie Sventek Recorder: Jaimie Sventek Chiefs Report: What a difference a day makes at City Hall with the new elected body. City Hall is friendly again. Mayor Mengarelli has requested to meet with the Police Department and Fire Departments already. New Business: 1. ITS/Communications Issues Chief Light has shared the radio issues with Nate Keegan. Training for the CAD mobile is tentatively scheduled for January 2, 3, 8, 2018. There will be a PowerPoint presentation sent to all the stations in the Tri-City area in mid December. The Captain will be responsible for self-guiding through the presentation before the classes. There will be two teleconference sessions from CAFMA (site to be determined), one in the morning and one in the afternoon with the zoom conference software. There should be a recording of the conference so those that miss it can view it at a later date. Beyea, Pluimer, and Reese will be the shift representatives for the CAD mobile. A representative from the TriTech implementation team will be available to speak at the upcoming crew meetings. 2. Department Photo Possibility Chief Light would like to assemble all personnel together for a professional department photo to memorialize the department. He would like to do this in April or May of next year around shift change and possibly provide breakfast. Chief Light is seeking ideas. 3. RED (Remember Everyone Deployed) Friday’s Consideration – Support US Military Chief Light is seeking ideas and thoughts pertaining to supporting the US military. Either all participate and support or the department forgoes the idea. Some thoughts were to purchase hats. If the idea or suggestion to support the cause moves forward, the added costs must be programmed for. Chief Light is not sold one way or another, but would like feedback on the proposal. 4. Apparatus Cell Phone Needs Since the apparatus cell phones seem to be no longer utilized, the decision to retrieve the phones and turn them in and off has been made. Chief Morgan will gather them all and return to the Administration office. 5. Kudos Albert & Hilde Padilla – Station 75 A Shift Kevin Keith – Assisting with PAL at CARTA Sunrise Lions Club – Thank you letter Follow-Up Items 1. Leave Policy The Leave Policy is the standard. There was a suggestion made to create a separate training calendar for PFD only with the ED leave noted next to the items. If an employee is on industrial leave, it counts as a person being off however those reserved PTO slots in place before the industrial notification shall be honored. Chief Light has no problem blocking out leave for an injury that occurs off duty. 2. Storage within the department The department will obtain pricing for storage cabinets at station 71 in the BC’s office which will make the storage environmentally sound and the inventorying of items easier. 3. Structure for light duty personnel and who they report to There is no straight answer. If the employee has a program area then they can be self-directed if they report to the BC each morning first. Each light duty is a case by case basis in who and where they must report to. Open Forum Chief Luedeman · There has been discussion about adding the CO 4 in 1 meters to all engines. The Battalion Chiefs are to come to a solution as to whether or not the meters will be added or not. Chief Moser has concerns about them breaking. Chief Devendorf has a concern about the cost. Chief Light is concerned about the training issue. Chief Moser · A lot of trainings and meetings have been scheduled. TEEC training will be a minimum of two days of training. · Refresher courses, quarterly training and CAD mobile training are scheduled for January, February, and March. · Grant requests need to be sent to Karen. Chief Moser has spent a lot of time cleaning up grant items. There must be a bomb proof reason for why we purchase through a sole source vendor for items and equipment needed. · The department will be purchasing 5 ballistic helmets instead of 3 for the active shooter program. Chief Morgan · Is there an AAR for Public Safety regarding the Christmas Parade? The answer is yes. Chief Luedeman spoke to Casey Cook and suggest and IP for the event next year as the department was blindsided by the helicopter landing at the Mile High Middle School field with a fuel tank nearby. The helicopter was not grounded when fueling. It was suggested that the hard barricades be left in the same place for the parade and the lighting. All in all, the events went well. Ms. Sventek · The budget training seemed to go well. If anyone is interested in learning more or missed the training, please see Jaimie for additional training opportunities. Meeting adjourned at 9:15AM

Storm /Thunder rolling in- logging off for today - 8/1/20 6:13 PM

Happy Birthday Jimmy Ray (RiP)

We miss you!

I watched a movie (snacked on pistachio nuts) after the storm pummeled through with a lot of rain, hail, lightning and thunder. I really wish I was better this morning. Starting today 8-2-20 8:20 AM with some breathe easy tea and save by the baby treatment. "Since 1874 Lee's Save the Baby has been relieving coughs in children and adults so they can sleep through the night or make it through the day without hacking. Just rub this old-time salve onto your chest and it reduces the impulse to cough, which helps you sleep." It does not heal just helps reduce those moments. My chest feels like concrete is sitting on it.


Currently, I continue to cough have shortness of breath or difficulty breathing or I try to do a full breath and not yet able to do that, lethargic and achy, joint stiffness, taste buds are off, vomit because of the nausea I have had ever since I ate that pie awhile back- daily. No fever / no runny nose/ no congestion in sinus but there is in bilateral ear making hearing harder and bridge of my eyes (swelling), throat sore from all the hacking and throwing up.


I would not want to be tested tied to an agencies but if they offered on an individual education and knowledge than I would because I am not placing myself out public at all but want to know to rule it out or not. But I am not a person who wants to be part of this Plannedemic so some Government can make funds based on the numbers.


My mother's town's farmer's market owner tested negative for the COVID 19 and currently soon after being tested he is in ICU with COVID 19 and now his daughter has it. I am not saying it is not real, I am just saying it was not something that just appeared out of the blue skies and at all costs I have not tied to the Government stuff. If you are ill, quarantine. I was suppose to be home already but since I was ill I have stayed on same property and refrained from fun shopping moments in the Dragon's Belly ( heat of Phoenix and surrounding areas right now). If my co-author(s) go to see family, I alert his family because I know he won't. I have no clue what it is but I do not wish it on anyone. My bones even feel it and my eyes...I am glad on my wedge pillow at an angle I am able to finally sleep because at the start of this I was not able to sleep. Sleep helps my chest rest from the hacking. Again, I will see a doctor before I head back home to make sure I know what it is but meanwhile drinking plenty of Ph10 and cucumber and celery water. I would never want another person to feel this way. In the past day it actually hurts to talk. So if you do not need to talk with me, refrain from calling me. I do have the T-zone swelling with fluid between the bridge of my eyes. So it could be just one of those phases I have had since the MRSA times on and off back in 2006-2009 because it happens too.


On Monday 7-27-20 7:31 PM someone close to the Willis and Steinbrink families cautioned the blog participants that 'having a CCW is a must now. People will stop at nothing. Please be careful amigo.' and we stated back "God is in control and has the perfect plan." and the person replied 'I agree, [H]e also wants you to have super SA now, that's all I meant.'


Let me get the day started right with ODB then on to this post...

from ODB:

Reflect & Pray

What risks or rewards are associated with helping a wanderer find his or her way back to where they belong? When did God use someone to bring you back from a not-so-good place?

When I see the word "wanderer" - I cannot help to bring myself back watching my grandpa following doctors' orders as he had piles of different meds before him and I thought no way am I going to ever be a part of the pharmaceutical lifestyle. Then to watch him slowly fade into this "wanderer" state while his wife Miss Nettie too followed into this dark dementia which has so many levels of changes in behaviors as they become a person who no longer knows you or the memories. I remember him talking about 'ball' before he died when he was a boy. He remembered it with complete details. I was always 'Eydie' - that was my Aunt or the blond girl. You cannot get angry or upset ( I mean you can ) but not worth the energy of such because with dementia you cannot take it personal. Look at the "emotion" not the behavior. If you try reason, you will be left with frustrations. Anyways, when I saw the word "wanderer" in the Reflect and Pray, I wandered to my Grandpa and Miss Nettie then thought about this blog...it is a lot to take in...it is...Make the effort to read it, try to understand I am doing my best to place out what I saw June 30, 2013 and gathered since, it will offend some but I have to share my experiences without filters and in raw real form.

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PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 9/13/16, Time 0815-0915 Location: Station 71 Chiefs Report: City Business New Business: 1) Auxiliary Fire Corps 2) ITS/Communications Issues 3) AFG 4) Remembrance Rescue Project 5) Lexipol – Updating Policy Manual 6) Badge Pinning / Promotional Ceremony Scheduled -- October 14th , Station 71 @ 1330 7) Kudos Open Forum Follow- Up Items. Facilitator: Chief Moser Recorder: Jaimie Sventek

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The City of Prescott redacts and closes PRRs with PFD Stations full names but they will offer the above in email threads that have names. ??? Now if Willis and Steinbrink's friend's account is firm than I am puzzled why Harwood began this journey of the podcast. Puzzled!!! Why did the podcast on YHF end? You all could keep rolling more data out as I have proven in my posts there was more data tied to your names. Keep talking Doug Harwood.


Keep talking! If I was the City of Prescott, I would find your involvement with this podcast to be kind of a conflict of interest and or a diversion. What do you think, Harwood?


Harwood is blessed I am not in charge of his career. I would have already made him do a Declaration for the City of Prescott all he knows on the YHF and thereafter for his permanent COP file and that he must refrain from publicly talking outside that declaration in his file, a lie detector test, and turn over all technology tied to his name that he ever used when on G-time that June 30, 2013 and I would make sure I would look his stuff over and make sure to "clear" that area. I am not buying at this point he is solely a "family advocate" until I see him cleared on above areas I just mentioned. No way. Time will tell. After considering what we been posting I would think you Harwood would want to continue on that podcast speaking more. Why did it just stop?


(8/3/20 3:33 PM- adding why I am saying above ... if you know the "behind the scenes" it just does not add up - call me and I am willing to share just not here because I do have one entity with this topic a PRR/FOIA.)

11:37 AM: https://www.investigativemedia.com/please-begin-yarnell-hill-fire-chapter-xxxi-here/#comment-484271:


It appears I know why I am ill- stuff like this (above) out there.


- Are you kidding me?


At least the man Todd Conklin who did Brad's interview claims he has known the YHF "Alleged" Lead Investigator, Brad Mayhew, a billion years. That should show the exaggerations to start with- Then he adds they known each other as young children...tiny babies...tiny little human factor babies...Gag me, please. What is our world coming to???


Now I can see why I am ill.

That is a current leader for Human Factors to our world?

Please help us.

Back to the PRRs- ( 8-2-20 12:26 PM )


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PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 10/09/17, Time 0815-0915 Location: Station 71 Chiefs Report: City Business New Business: 1) ITS/Communications Issues 2) Storage at the TC / Department 3) Possible CAD Change – BC Dispatch 4) Kudos Follow- Up Items 1) Firefighter Core Temperature’s During Fire Suppression Scientific Study – Dr. Donald Shaw, Franklin Pierce University Open Forum.

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PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 3/21/17, Time 0815-0915 Location: Station 71 Chiefs Report: City Business New Business: 1) ITS/Communications Issues 2) Fleet a. Foam 731 b. Patrol Locations - Summer 3) Leave Policy Discussion 4) Ed Leave 5) Bid Process 6) Probationary Books 7) Van Safety Training 8) Incomplete Reports – ADSi 9) Smoke Detector Installation 10) Program Management Identification 11) Badge Pinning / Promotional Ceremony Scheduled – May 26th, Station 71 @ 1330 12) Kudos Open Forum Follow- Up Items 1) Remembrance Rescue Project 2) Lexipol – Updating Policy Manual 3) Firefighter Core Temperature’s During Fire Suppression Scientific Study – Dr. Donald Shaw, Franklin Pierce University 4) Auxiliary Fire Corps. Facilitator: Chief Devendorf Recorder: Chief Lucas

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PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Minutes Date 05/10/16, Time 0815-0900 Location: Station 71 Present: Chief Light, Cory Moser, Dave Essex, Don Devendorf, Scott Luedeman, Matt Fifield, Jim Kennedy, Conrad Jackson, Jamie Wallace, Shane Arrollado Recorder: Jaimie Sventek Chiefs Report: Chief Essex will attend the City Council meeting scheduled for May 17th on behalf of Chief Light as he will be in Baltimore, MD conducting peer grant review. Acting BC Luedeman will attend the Director’s meeting scheduled for May 13th on behalf of Chief Light. New Business: 1. June 30th Anniversary – Event(s) There will be a sign of some sort placed on the Courthouse Square designating the site of the future memorial. There will not be much of a memorial at the Pioneer Cemetery this year as the event has been scaled back. 2. Budget The first budget workshop will be held in the Founder’s room at the Prescott Library at 9AM on May 12th. The department may be able to restore 3 positions if the SAFER grant is successful at the grant review. The department will be hiring 3 fire fighters regardless of the SAFER grant outcome. The purchase of the new Battalion Chief truck has been tabled for now. The implementation of the compensation / Market Pay Plan will most likely occur in the new fiscal year. Some Fire Department employees are likely to see $10k - $20k in raises, which may be all in one year. Chief Light should have a good sense of this after the budget workshop. The Mayor does not feel the need for a second ladder truck. However, the department receives points from ISO for reserves. 3. Badge Pinning / Promotional Ceremony The ceremony will take place Thursday, May 12th at 1430 in the apparatus bay of station 71. The Mayor and Mayor Pro-Tem have requested to speak. Mr. Arrollado and Mr. Morris will be welcomed to the department. 4. Kudos AWAIMA scholarship donation on behalf of the fuels crew - chipping John Man – Donation to the department PAWUIC – Thank you for participating in 2016 Wildfire Expo Foothills Property Owners Association Casa de Pinos – Certificate of Appreciation 5 th Grade Class Delray Beach FL – GMIHC Remembrance Open Forum Chief Moser • Captain Herrington working on the Electronic Patient Care Reporting (EPCR) project. The employees have been entered into the computer software program. Chief Moser hopes to have the software setup completed in the month of July. Chief Moser stated that he has received secondhand information that if the hospital wants to access Prescott Fire’s EPCR data through the AZ DHS software, they must pay a onetime $13k fee and then there will be a yearly fee of approximately $4k. CAFMA has been the first entity to run into this issue. • There will be no room for error in handling and dispensing the narcotics. The hospital is monitoring/reviewing every call involving controlled medications. The nurse must witness every waste case. Chief Devendorf • Thanked the BC’s for getting the brownout information to the dispatch center. • The fireworks legislation failed; there will be no flying fireworks. • Chief Devendorf will be covering the FireOps 101 scheduled for May 20th – 21st Chief Essex • TB testing is underway. If there is no bump when the test is administered, the test is not a good test, is not valid, and it must be redone. There is a blood test available for confirmation if needed since some people will always test positive. Chief Light would like the department to work with the County Health Department to conduct future TB testing in-house. • The new air packs should be delivered today. There are new masks that have a thermal imaging camera in them and he will see them at a meeting tomorrow. Mr. Malm is conducting the fit testing. There will be training from MES for the new SCBA’s. Captain Fifield • The citizen’s group is approximately 900 signatures short for the public safety tax initiative at this time. • There were no ambulances available yesterday afternoon (volume driven) Sventek • Clarification is needed for the structure (bunker) boot allowance since there is a new program manager in place. Engineer Haskell is to provide the price and justification for the boots. Chief Light will set the allowance price in the near future Chief Light • Need someone to cook for the Summer Kickoff BBQ. BC is to free someone on duty to assist. Follow- Up Items Meeting adjourned at 9:00 AM

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PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Minutes Date 04/16/15, Time 0815-0915 Location: Station 71 In Attendance: Chief Light, Cory Moser, Don Devendorf, Ralph Lucas, Eric Kriwer, Jaimie Sventek, Dave Essex Chiefs Report: Chief Light has been working through budget process with COP administration. He will be attending the Arizona Fire Service Institute meeting Monday, April 20, 2015 in Phoenix. COP looking at proposing tax initiatives for the upcoming election in August. Competition for tax revenue between Streets, Open Space, and Public Safety. With the Public Safety pension liability being what it is, some form of reform needs to take place. COP considering a 0.5% to 0.75% Public Safety tax. More discussion by Council and city administration to take place. New Business: 1) Wildland Division Ancillary Duties Fuels reduction still operating as business as usual; finishing current chipping responsibilities. Some of Chief Willis’ duties are being distributed amongst staff officers; covering most immediate needs for now. Tony Sciacca will be monitoring Red card certs and qualifications and NIMS compliance of certifications. Chief Lucas will be assuming many of the Wildland operational duties. Much discussion of the Pack Test. No firm decision has been made as of yet. More discussion with Tony, Chief Light, Chief Lucas and Chief Essex to come. 2) Pending Org Changes Upon Appropriation/Budget Approval Upon approval of FY2016 budget, Chief Kriwer will return as Fire Marshal. Chief Devendorf will be reassigned to begin work on PFD Accreditation, Emergency Plan, and Standards of Cover Document. An interim BC will be assigned to A shift. This position will be rotated amongst those acting BCs’ that are qualified for promotion. More discussion to take place to work out details. City Administration has asked Chief Light to look at a 10% cut in our budget and to see where those funds would have to come from. We are still lean on areas to cut; reduction of service models are being considered. 3) Stork Pins Policy on Stork Pins still to be finalized. Thoughts are that pins should be given out only to employees that actually deliver a newborn infant. 4) Kudos Thank you letters for PFD service were sent from the following: Judy Scheer- 71 A shift; Seets, Archer & Malm Phillip McComas- 71 C shift; McElwee, Jackson, & Carmen Janice Palmer- 74 B shift; Roberts, Cooley. & Mills Jake Seibert- BC C shift; Morgan Jim Walter- 71 C shift; No names mentioned Darrell Willis- All Personnel Open Forum Chief Lucas has installed deep well chargers in the engines and truck companies. Radio re-cloning is coming up again. Volunteer Mike Ward has been hired as a Temporary, Part-time employee. Rehab facilities have been placed on Community Risk Reduction’s inspection list. Commercial Kitchens are being inspected throughout Prescott as well. EMS week is coming up in May. More to come on the activities being scheduled. The department is in the process of getting modems for the new LifePack monitors. Run Reviews will begin being teleconferenced between East and West YRMC campus’; More info to follow. Bee calls- We will be following CYFD’s policy and dispatch to be on board as well. Reminder to get Credit Card receipts to Jaimie before the end of the month the receipts were generated in. Follow- Up Items The Whiskey 50 Mountain bike race this coming weekend, which should bring large crowds into town.

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PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 11/14/17, Time 0815-0915 Location: Station 71 Members Present: Jaimie Sventek, Dennis Light, Dan Morgan, Don Devendorf, Scott Luedeman, Cory Moser, and Ralph Lucas. Recorder: Ralph Lucas Chiefs Report: City Business: Fire Chief Light reported that there has not been a lot to report from City Hall other than things have been pretty quiet and good. Chief Light responded that he made contact with all the Mayoral and Council candidates on the night of the elections. The new Mayor and Council will be sworn in on the 28th of November. New Business: 1) ITS/Communications Issues: Not discussed. IT was not able to attend. 2) Program Oversight Alignments: A discussion was brought forth in regards to making sure program managers are aligned with appropriate BC oversight, based on shift assignments as a result of the bid process. Chief Moser will retain the EMS oversight. Chief Lucas will oversee the two program managers for TRT and Haz Mat. Chief Luedeman will oversee the program manager for ARFF. 3) Documentation of Workplace Issues Involving Violence by Citizens/Customers: Chief Light commented that any indication of threatening or harassing behavior against any City employee needs to be documented and include notification of the Police Department. 4) 2017/2018 Mayor and Council Proposed Orientation: Chief Light stated that new and remaining council members will get an updated briefing via a PowerPoint presentation that will consist of three slides. One slide will include the organizational chart of the Fire Department, one will include a budget overview of the Fire Department, and the last will include the needs of the Fire Department. Chief Light has prepared an agenda for any council members, new or remaining, that would like to go through an orientation to our operations. These members will do sight visits to stations and perhaps observe some demonstrations of what we do. This should take place in the next few months and the Battalion Chiefs will be the curators. 5) Kudos: Chief Light conveyed the importance of all of the correspondence we receive from the public. He stated that he receives a significant amount more of all the good we do out there. He also stated that it is important to know that he sends them to the City Manager for potential dissemination to Mayor and City Council. There were a number of ‘Kudo’s’ read to the staff and Jaimie Sventek will scan and send out to personnel. Follow- Up Items -Leave policy. -Storage within the department. -Structure for light duty personnel and who they report to. 1 Open Forum Chief Lucas: Reported that a wildland cache has been established in the back building of Station 71. With the move of Station 7 out to the training center, we were able to organize and cache a good amount of items for future use, much of which is PPE, while at the same time disposing of items that were outdated and no longer purposeful. Chief Lucas asked about the fire investigators that have been trained in the building department. All of those personnel have been trained at commensurate levels, but are not to be in an IDLH environment, which means that air monitoring and a determination as to safe entry will need to be made by the scene commander prior to their entry. Chief Devendorf is the only current fire investigator that can enter into an IDLH environment. Jaimie Sventek: Ms. Sventek reported that she has completed one shift worth of Budget training and has two more shifts to go in upcoming weeks. Chief Morgan: Chief Morgan brought forth a discussion regarding preparedness at large City events in regards to overall public safety. The Fire Department and Police Department are working towards added safety measures with regards to overall safety at events with large crowds in our communities. More to come on this topic. Chief Devendorf: Chief Devendorf reported that the fuels program is going really well. We were recently able to inherit a grant that Groom Creek Fire District was unable to fulfill which includes work on the Joint Chief’s project, which in essence is an effort to create a fuel break within the entire perimeter of the Prescott basin. They are also working on thinning of trails that benefit the system and also create a fuel break. They are currently doing only chipping one day a week. Chief Devendorf stated that if you have not seen the new facility out at the training center that it is worth a visit out there. It turned out really nice. Chief Devendorf also reported that our Auxiliary Fire Corp personnel are doing great. Amongst other duties, they have gone ‘mobile’ with Ipads and knocking out inspections under a new program. Chief Devendorf stated that for now Engine Company Inspections are on hold as we integrate a couple of software programs with the Building Department. We are looking at engine companies doing more of a building pre-plan site visit versus an inspection in the future. Chief Luedeman: Chief Luedeman brought up a couple of topics to be discussed in upcoming staff meetings to include: the lack of storage for our program managers and a more structured way for light duty personnel to know who to report to based on department needs. Chief Luedeman brought forward a form for program managers that captures all of the information related to their program, along with needs and future objectives. Pending some alterations, Chief Luedeman will be getting those out to our program managers in an effort to better support their needs. 2 Chief Moser: Chief Moser recently met with Sergeant Casey Cook regarding active shooter protocol. We are currently in the process of putting together the training with the Police Department and our lead agents within the department, Matt Reese and Lance Mills, at which point personnel will learn how to operate on an active shooter incident. This training will take place within the next couple of months. Chief Moser also reported that the three ballistic vests and helmets will be ordered in upcoming weeks and are what the Prescott Police Department utilizes. Chief Moser gave a short briefing on the Tri-Tech CAD program that is in full swing. Department representatives are in work sessions all week as the process moves forward. Meeting Adjourned at 09:20

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PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 1/10/17, Time 0815-0930 Location: Station 71 Chiefs Report: City Business Chief provided update on overarching budgetary strategy being undertaken as we prepared our FY2018 numbers. Of specific interest is need to continue to reinstitute full staffing and eliminate brown outs of station #73 and concurrently work towards funding the compensation efforts that were part of the current years appropriation. Anything else is gravy. New Business: 1. ITS/Communications Issues In the event there is a need for work to be performed by ITS technical staff the best route to ensure accountability is via the submission of a work order to the ITS Help Desk. Efforts are underway to move forward the wifi needs at stations aside from FS#71. We are working to overcome some of the scheduling challenges that have developed and it is hoped this will be wrapped up very soon. TeleStaff is to be upgraded very soon. Efforts have already been undertaken to minimize the number of codes employed and many have been de-activated. Once the upgrade to TeleStaff takes place, added training will be provided to Chief’s/Acting BC’s and select Captains. 2. Seamless Documents An effort is underway citywide to work toward electronic availability of all forms we currently use. PD/HR/Legal is currently working on theirs and once capacity becomes available, we will work on ours. Teresa Morris with input from Jaimie and other DC’s/BC’s will work on delivering us an end product. 3. Kudos A number of positive notes of thanks were received recently and read aloud at the meeting. Roundtable Cory mentioned the great job the trainers have done in regards to rolling out the ePCR tablet use. In addition, there will be a soon to be realized need to enhance some of our EMS training in the coming months to include Humorous IO, CPAP, and other needs. Dave Essex confirmed that our seven new recruits would begin their orientation phase on Monday, February 6th. This year’s orientation will be expanded on a couple of fronts to ensure they are fully prepared to ride. We will also be somewhat “fast-tracking” the assignment of Anthony Benitez given his past history. Budget is soon to be in full swing. Program managers are reminded to get their needs identified early and submitted to allow Jaimie ample time for submission. The budget calendar should be available by the last week of January.

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PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 03/10/15, Time 0815-0940 Location: Station 71 Present: Dennis Light, Eric Kriwer, Ralph Lucas, Cory Moser, Dave Essex, Jaimie Sventek, Jeff Moffitt, Jeff Archer, Darrell Willis, Don Devendorf, Bret Lucas Recorder: Kriwer Chiefs Report: Met with Mick Fenech and is going to turn major portion of department facilities needs to City Facilities Department. The Haz-Mat vehicle will be going to Council on March 24. Budget capital items are due this week. We are working on a new BC rig spec and will keep the current BC rig as a solid back-up. The budget process is in its normal cycle. The class/comp study has been moved to April 14 or 28 from the original March 24 date. There appears to be a budget shortfall between $750,000 to $1.5 million. It appears to be a moving target. We are looking at public/private partnerships in the fuels management process. Chief will have a meeting with Council to discuss. New Business: 1. Policy Discussion Per Chief Light our policy manual needs to be updated. There are times that policy is not being followed. Policies need to follow our business model and be relevant to our mission. The policy manual should be reviewed every two years. It will be important that all personnel are trained on the policy manual. Chief Lucas is working on the policy manual updating. 2. Investigation Utilization Chief Devendorf states that anytime an investigator is needed the CR Division will send someone out. The obvious call outs should include: large dollar loss, loss of life, obvious suspicious in nature, etc. Chief Devendorf will send out criteria that outlines investigator call outs. CR is also working on a fire loss estimator calculation that can be used in the organization. Please try and triage call outs, if needed feel free to call the on duty investigator by phone and a call out if needed will always be responded too. 3. PRCC QA/QI Chief Devendorf discussed a list of problems at PRCC. We have seen an increase of problems with the Dispatch Center. Chief Willis mentioned that PRCC is in transition with a lot of new employees and training of new personnel. Per Chief Light exceptions to normal service delivery should be sent to the duty BC and will be forwarded to the PRCC division chief rep for follow up. Group discussion on issues was discussed by the floor on various incidents. Chief Light mentioned that we must be factual and show some patience as they are in transition. There are concerns amongst all PRCC partners and we will use the chain of command to work through the issues. 4. Swat Medic Plan Please provide Chief Devendorf a list of four names that have interest in becoming a SWAT medic. Chief Light explained the terminology we should use would include Tactical EMS. We will have to institute a program that is more than one deep, that builds capacity equal to economic scale. The vision would include one or two deep per shift and can be managed at the company officer level. The program also needs to be driven by our law enforcement partners. Chief Devendorf discussed the program evolution. 2 5. PIO Coverage We need to check the status of our current PIO program. There is an open PIO spot on A-shift. If there is any interest please contact Chief Devendorf. Additionally, any ideas can be directed to Chief Devendorf. 6. Kudos Service thanks were shared by Chief Light. Specifically in the areas of our fuel management work and those who assisted with the Distracted Driver Demo at PHS. Nice work all. Open Forum. Jaimie Sventek • Capital Request need to be turned in ASAP. Chief Essex • New hires start the week of March 16. They will spend two weeks with Captain Kennedy and two weeks on the 40 hour program. • The fitness and wellness program is going well. We are looking at physical options with Gerkin testing slated for April. Chief Lucas • Displayed the Active 911 system that we are using in demo mode. • There will be more frequency changes this spring. • The industrial injury benefit will sunset in 2017 to make public safely personnel whole should they sustain an injury. Please be aware of your benefit. Captain Keith • Discussed the trash overflow at the TC. Chief Light will get the situation handled. Chief Devendorf • IPADS will be tested in the CR Division as a tool to expedite inspections etc. • Looking to bring in more specifics between Med 2 and Med 3 calls. Chief Light • The mobile communication position will be filled. Chief Willis • Concrete at 71 is being looked at. • Roof at 51/PFD Admin is being done in two sections. • Ted Ralston has left the department. He will be missed. • If you want to go off district you will need to do the pack test as mandated by the State Forester. This will be done upon successful completion of the Gerkin tier 1 and 2. Follow-up Items Meeting adjourned at 10:15 AM.

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PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 7/15/14, Time 0821-0907 Location: Station 71 Present: Dennis Light, Tony Sciacca, Darrell Willis, Marsha Collier, Ted Ralston, Cory Moser, Dave Essex, Eric Kriwer, Don Devendorf, Scott Luedeman, Jeff Archer Recorder: Jaimie Sventek Chiefs Report: Chief Light stated that the Fire Code adoption is on the horizon and the department will need to strategize. The Building Department is looking at moving the codes forward during the second week in August. The Yavapai County Emergency Management and EMS Base Hospital Agreements will go before council in August. Chief Light will speak to the Streets Department regarding the delivery and payment of the masticator since it has been divided between Fiscal Years. New Business: 1. Annual Evaluations There are several employee evaluations overdue, primarily for operations. Chief Light would like to get caught up on them within the next 6 weeks; keeping as close to up-to-date with them as possible. The evaluations are how the employee receives feedback and eventually there will be a financial piece attached. 2. Radio Call Signs The call signs have been cleared with dispatch. Chief Willis stated that the Fuels Crew should be referred to as Crew 7. 3. Frequent Flyers There is a citizen that uses a wheel chair as a means of transportation and frequently calls for emergency services to be transported, expecting that their personal possessions will be transported as well. Chief Kriwer spoke to Legal and there is no liability on the City’s part for leaving a person’s personal possessions on scene. The safety of PFD’s personnel is first and foremost. The Captains are to use their best judgment. Engage Prevention staff if needed. The department will still provide the service if possible. Make the referrals for Adult Protective Services (APS) for people that need assistance and get law enforcement involved as well. Check the resources list. Chief Light will contact APS. 4. Kudos The department received a letter from a citizen indicating that there is still community interest in a new Hotshot crew. Open Forum Chief Light Chief Light received a letter indicating that the landowner of where the Iron Fire occurred is filing a lawsuit against Fann Contracting for $41,000.00 in reimbursement. The department will have a staff meeting every 2 weeks through Labor Day in September. Then one staff meeting a month will be held until December. The facilitator and recorder responsibilities will rotate keeping staff on agenda and task, and forcing lateral communication with fewer meetings. Chief Light has provided the Honor Guard direction on the attendance of the Colorado Springs, CO, September 17-21 and Emmitsburg, MD, October 9-12, memorial attendance. It is not fiscally responsible to send all the liaisons to the memorials. Informed decisions will need to be made, and there should be representation; however, false expectations cannot be set. There should be chief representation at each memorial. Marsha Collier All the reports are now complete for FY14. Marsha will send the incomplete reports list each Thursday to the Captains. Chief Kriwer Chief Kriwer has been working with Lori Burkeen in Legal to limit the exposures paperwork. There is currently a box to check in ADSi under the CAD Assigned Apparatus screen. Mike Fusco, former Fire Chief of the City of Peoria, has been contracted to work under Lori in the Risk Management Division. Kerry Ramella has written a draft Peer Support Manual for the Peer Support Program. Funding is currently through the 100 Club. Equipment tags and stickers will be ordered soon. The freeze plugs on the new engines were drilled oval instead of round. The issue is being corrected. Personnel interested in attending State Fire School should submit their interest now. There are 4-5 people already on the list. Chief Moser The McCormick St. building was broken into around 7:30-8PM on July 14th. Transients entered the upstairs door on the alley side. The Police Department was asked to patrol the area. The door lock will need to be replaced. Firefighter Carmen has taken over the heart monitor program and Engineer Seets has taken over pump testing. A reminder email will be sent out regarding care homes. Meetings will be set up on how care homes should be operating. The EMS QA, QI information that Engineer Fifield has been working on is about done. The scores will be private. Chief Willis The Wildland Division would like to go before Council to get approval to apply for another 50%, 50% State Fire Assistance Fuels grant for a total of $300,000. The application is due August 15th. Chief Willis asked Chief Kriwer to check the sand and sand bag quantities at stations 51 and 71. Chief Devendorf There have been several structure fires lately. When the crews shut power off, please shut off the electrical main and not the breakers. Thank you for the support. Tony Sciacca – Arizona Wildfire and Incident Management Academy The Academy would like to continue to pass the Gila River grant through the City. The Arizona State Division of Forestry is considering an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) to funnel money through to the Academy for Tony to be a State Training Officer. Chief Light will need to work with the City’s Legal Department and the State to work out the details of the IGA. Crossfit Prescott will host a fundraiser on August 30th with the funds raised going to the Academy for educational scholarships. They estimate that there will be approximately 500 people attending, raising between $20,000-25,000. Chief Essex Karen Cannizzaro will have knee surgery on Thursday, July 17th and will be out until the end of July. Marsha will assist Dave while Karen is out. The physicals are being scheduled and personnel are being paid to go to them. Follow- Up Items Meeting adjourned at 9:07AM.

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PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 4/18/17, Time 0815-0915 Location: Station 71 Chiefs Report: City Business New Business: 1) ITS/Communications Issues 2) Smoke Detector Installation 3) AAR Threshold 4) TRT Class 2017-2018 5) Kudos Open Forum Follow- Up Items 1) Remembrance Rescue Project 2) Firefighter Core Temperature’s During Fire Suppression Scientific Study – Dr. Donald Shaw, Franklin Pierce University 3) Program Management Identification 4) Leave Policy Discussion 5) Bid Process 6) Auxiliary Fire Corps. Facilitator: Chief Devendorf Recorder: Chief Lucas.

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PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 1/13/15, Time 0815-0940 Location: Station 71 Present: Dennis Light, Eric Kriwer, Ralph Lucas, Cory Moser, Dave Essex, Ted Ralston, Dan Morgan, Jaimie Sventek, Jeff Moffitt, Jeff Archer, Matt Fifield, Conrad Jackson, Adam Julien, Dan Bauman Absent: Darrell Willis, Don Devendorf Recorder: Bret Lucas Special Presentation: Paula Tomitz - YCT Wellness Program: Ms. Tomitz is the coordinator for the YTC Wellness Program (YTCWellness.com). She coordinates several wellness classes that are free to members. You can e-mail her to sign up for the classes and she encourages everyone to like the program page on Facebook. She further discussed a “Fitbit” wellness challenge that is kicking off at the end of March for individuals and teams. Ms. Tomitz further stated that members receive a reduced rate for the facilities at Yavapai College including the pool. She discussed Wellness and kicked out facts including that, 80% of workers in the United States have at least one chronic problem and 55% have two or more chronic problems. Ms. Tomitz further stated the cost of obesity to the United States is 147 billion dollars yearly. Ms. Tomitz stated that her mission statement is “to empower each employee to take control of their own health and wellness by making informed decisions every day.” Chief Light stated that he has seen a “cultural change” in the fire service since he started to be healthier. Chiefs Report: Encouraged everyone to take a look at the budget presentation outline. Approximately 71% of the general fund is going to PSPRS and the council will be taking steps to ease the burden from taxpayers. A study will be undertaken on facilities and improvements. Our current deployment locations are good for service demand. The McCormick building will cost approximately $800,000.00 to make the building habitable and bring it to current codes. Chief Light doesn’t see this happening this year, but does like the concept of consolidating resources making it a “one stop shop” for fire department services. Chief Light spoke before a state legislative committee about group homes. Identified that the less than successful people in the program become a burden for EMS and only 6 out of 100 successfully complete the program. We as an organization need to frequent these facilities to insure life safety. Also before the legislature is legislation that agencies with automatic aid agreements can obtain a C.O.N. through D.H.S. Ambulances should not be a burden to the general fund. New Business: 1. Reserve Apparatus Use and Policy Chief Moser stated Engine 72 is being plagued with other crews taking equipment off the rig when switching out to the reserve engine. The captains of Station 72 have come up with a policy that when crews are switching to Engine 72, they remove needed equipment from their truck and put it on the reserve truck when switching over. Finally when Engine 72 is returned, the truck should be cleaned. The policy will be released to operations soon. Chief Kriwer said the Policy Committee died in the past but needs to be revived. 2. Bike Team Maintenance It has been several years since training for the bike team has been done and bicycles are in need of servicing. Furthermore, the drug box storage is out of compliance with D.H.S. regulations. It was proposed that the bike team be disbanded and replaced by the use of the Ranger or quads for events. Chief Light said this needs to be vetted through operations before a decision is made. 2 3. Update Fire Department Web Pages The city is updating the web page for the department. Each Chief is assigned a different section of the website to update. Chief Devendorf is working with Kenny Scott on this project. 4. Off District Assignments and Availability Chief Light said no more than 10% of fire fighting force can be deployed at any time, except engine crew assignment. 5. Time & Attendance ExecuTime is coming and we will need to make it work. It is not a control measure but mandated by the health care law. TeleStaff will still be used to staffing. This is expected to go live July 1st. 6. Fire Investigation Utilization Chief Devendorf is reviewing the call out procedures. Chief Kriwer said an SOG is in place and can be revised. 7. Overtime Training time is not being utilized and can be for backfilling when personnel are in classes. This money needs to be taken from the right account. We are trying to pay for recertification classes from this day forward but as of July 1st, all recertification classes will be paid for as well as Tape and Chart. Because of recent accidents and injuries, P.T.O. will be curtailed unless already approved. This can be flexible depending on time needed off. 8. SAFER Grant Chief Moser stated we need to work for this. Having the truck companies staffed will enhance our ability to obtain this grant. We would have to get support from elected officials to help us move forward. Chief Light said that because this is a grant, the bottom 9 in the department will be exposed to layoffs if grant is eliminated. 9. Kudos Schmieder Family – Donation to Flagstaff Hotshot who is battling cancer St. Luke’s Episcopal Church – Community outreach delivering meals to the homebound on Christmas Day. Open Forum Chief Kriwer • February 27th is the disaster drill at the high school. Resources may be stretched during this time. • A PSPRS meeting is on Monday. The decision on Misner and Warneke needs to be signed. • ARFF is in a holding pattern, but the program is doing okay. • Peer support is going okay. Training will be held in April. Jaimie Sventek • Budget is on-going. Chief Essex • Bids for the exhaust system are in and being analyzed. Chief Lucas • A communication meeting will be held to change frequency plans to make it easier for everyone. Chief Moser • EMS week is coming, needs to confer with Jaimie. • Heart monitors are on the council agenda for next Tuesday. Engines are going to be used as hotspots for the monitors to work. We also might need to use a Verizon Wireless card as a backup. The new heart monitor systems might attract studies about how this system works. Follow-Up Items 3 Meeting adjourned at 9 :40AM.

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PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT 1700 Iron Springs Road Prescott, AZ 86305 (928) 777-1700 Dennis B. Light, Fire Chief TDD (928) 445-6811 FAX (928) 776-1890 Purpose and Policy Recommendation: On Tuesday September 8th, 2015 I was made aware of a citizens concern that had been directly relayed to me through the Office of the City Manager. This concern was related to the Prescott Fire Department allowing its members to have facial hair which interferes with the mask seal as identified within the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 29, 1910.134 (g)(1)(i)(A). This regulation and its various sub-parts govern the industry best practices in regards to respiratory protection. Early in my tenure I made a casual inquiry as to why we were allowing our members the ability to wear facial hair in such a way that appeared to be in conflict with the aforementioned standards. It seemed that the change to the personal appearance policy occurred sometime after the tragedy of the Granite Mountain Inter-agency Hotshot Crew (GMHIC) and was the consensus of fire administration at the time. The thoughts behind that determination was to provide a unified family/brotherhood approach in the aftermath of the Yarnell Hill tragedy which I fully understood as to need. After being informed on the matter and how the determination was made by those in this office at the time I decided to table this matter until such time that it became an issue of concern from inside or outside the department. That time has come as a result of a concerned retired firefighter expressing his desire to care about the safety and well-being of Prescott Fire Department Firefighters by bringing this matter to our attention. In review of the applicable CFR and subsequent review of NFPA Standard 1981 as well as best practices in other departments it is clear that facial hair cannot come between the seal and the face at any point. Our normal practice has been to annually fit test personnel although we are currently in arrears with our compliance on this particular need to ensure a sound fit. Therefore it is very clear that there is an impetus for change to existing policy. As such the following policy language within the policy manual will be stricken and/or removed: Section 702.1 Employees with the training and potential to wear a Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) in the course of their job duties will be allowed facial hair in the contemporary style of goatee or mustache. Any mustache or goatee must be neat and trimmed. Subsequent to the removal of the above paragraph the following will be inserted and enforced: Section 702.1 Facial hair such as moustaches and side-burns shall be worn and trimmed in such a way to ensure no part interferes with the facial skin to mask contact. Beards and other facial hair styles (goatees) are notpermissible. Employees with a medical condition such as pseudofolliculitis may seek medical clearance in the form of a doctor’s note for a temporary waiver which is not to exceed 90 days without renewal to this policy but may not have facial hair longer that ¼” permitted in the area of the mask seals. Application and Implementation of Policy This policy change is to be considered immediate upon distribution of this memorandum. A grace period of 48 hours upon return to work is granted to those employees who are away from email or otherwise out of the communications circles due to PTO, Educational Leave, Off-district, etc. This policy is applicable to those personnel who are en-rolled in the Public Safety Personal Retirement System and subject to wearing self-contained-breathing-apparatus (SCBA) as part of their duty assignments. Enforcement It is the expectation that employees in this classification abide by this policy change and that this policy is enforced at all levels within the supervisory structure. Failure to abide by this policy may result in pursuit of progressive discipline as outlined in city and department policy manuals if warranted.

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PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Minutes Date 09/13/16, Time 0818-0955 Location: Station 71 Present: Chief Light, Cory Moser, Dave Essex, Ralph Lucas, Don Devendorf, Dan Morgan, Scott Luedeman, Nate Keegan, Jaimie Sventek, Dan Bauman Recorder: Jaimie Sventek Chiefs Report: The City picnic is scheduled for September 24th from 1100 to 1400 at Granite Creek Park. Wristbands are available at the Administration office for those interested in attending. The new City Manager, Michael Lamar, will attend and his official start date will be October 10th. The City Council will be holding their Phase II planning meeting on September 22nd. They have set four goals: financial stability (solve PSPRS debt), economic development, government efficiency, and quality of life. The Council may attempt to place something on the May ballot concerning the PSPRS debt. New Business: 1. Auxiliary Fire Corps Eighteen people attended the open house last month. Ten people submitted resumes and will be interviewed today at 1PM by Chiefs Moser, Devendorf, and Mr. Nunez from HR. The interview panel will submit five recommendations to Chief Light. 2. ITS/Communications Issues Mr. Keegan stated that engine 974 needs a new radio. Station 71 will have WiFi installed first. There will be a corporate side and guest user’s access. Station 73’s radio issue has been fixed. Mr. Keegan is sending the cost to upgrade TeleStaff to Chief Light. The upgraded TeleStaff will be web based and easier to access remotely. Once Mr. Keegan receives the approval to move forward he will schedule the upgrade. Tri-Tech will be replacing the current CAD dispatching system. Approximately ten months after the CAD system installation is complete, IT will implement the records management system (RMS) side, which will most likely be the Alpine software. 3. AFG The AFG grant application opens soon. Chief Light is not sure if the extrication equipment will fit the criteria or not. If so, he would like to replace all of the units. Possible ideas are the portable air compressor at the Training Center and ventilation fans. Chief Light encourages all to look at the criteria and if something fits, take the idea to Karen so that the department may apply. 4. Remembrance Rescue Project There is a former Rescue 5 unit that has been rehabilitated from 9-11. The project is a non-profit charity organization with 100% volunteers that travel around the country taking the rescue unit to different departments to host. The unit shares the history with community and students in the area. The Rescue would need to be housed in doors and 3 to 5 drivers would be needed. The Rescue continues the spirit of the event and it could be used as a community fund raising tool. There is interest amongst Prescott Fire Personnel in hosting the unit. Chief Lucas will look into the Project and report back. 5. Lexipol – Updating Policy Manual Chief Light sent information to the senior staff and labor management to see if there was any level of interest in possibly using Lexipol’s subscription service for a policy manual. Chief Light is not sure if this is necessary and he is not sold on the idea. However, Chief Light believes that PFD’s policy manual does need polished and he will update if the Lexipol service is not chosen. Chief light has requested that the senior staff and labor management get back to him with their thoughts about the idea by email. 6. Badge Pinning / Promotional Ceremony Scheduled – October 14th, Station 71 @ 1330 There will be a planning meeting on Friday, September 16th to discuss the details. The media will be invited. Chief Light is working to get Prescott Fire’s name on the front page with good things and on a positive note. There is an upward wave and Chief Light would like to engage the media more at this time. The ceremony will be the same as in the past with the Chief’s philosophy the same. The event is expected to last no more than an hour. The mayor will not be in attendance. 7. Kudos Dave Essex, Karen Cannizzaro, Melissa Busy – Audit for grant Lois & Bob Hepner –71 C Shift, Donation Tracy & Nancy Doryland – Thank you & Donation Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters – Attendance at annual picnic Linda Dempsey – Thank you, Station 71 Kennedy Robert Bodine – Outstanding service 2015 Life Safety Achievement Award Open Forum Chief Moser • The iPad Air tablet has been choose for the ePCR equipment. For approximately 2 months there will be dual entry; paper and electronic. The paper PCR’s will be the primary form of documentation during the process. The computer entry will be strongly encourage among the crews, but not required during this time. The Imagine Trend software will be available on the station computers. There will be one trainer on each shift (Archer, Pluimer, Beyea). There will be a hard deadline date set for the conversion to ePCR. The training will be intensive. When the new CAD software (Tri-Tech) is in place, the data will eventually dump into the Image Trend software for the ePCR. • What is the sense at City Hall regarding the ARFF program? Chief Light stated none and that he has an RFP. It would cost approximately $400k for contractors to run the program. Chief Light stated that oversight of the ARFF program is to remain under the B Shift Battalion Chief. • Chief Moser will be on vacation from September 19-26. Chief Lucas • There was a close call at station 74. Watch when backing and protect people. A solution is in the works. Risk management is aware. • As far as wildland assignments are concerned, it has been a slow year as the department has turned down 10- 12 requests due to staffing issues. Chief Devendorf • The new ARFF Index A vehicle is in service. Chief Moser and Captain Peterson are working to see how much of the grant money was spent, as it must all be spent by October. Chief Light • Chief Light will be out of the office a bit this month. • Inquired if there was a need to continue the trade cap rule as the topic has been brought up by several crews during his rides. Chief light would prefer that the crews be self-managing. Does the number of trades need to be nailed down to a number? Feedback is requested. • Chief Light would like to rebuild the Professional Services Division after Chief Essex retires. Chief Light would like to move Chief Essex’ position to a Deputy Chief and open the recruitment to the outside. The Deputy would have response capability and would most likely be someone from with Arizona. A non-sworn employee could fill the Training position. Chief Light had lunch with Retired Chief McElwee and discussed some options. Ms. Sventek • Costco now accepts all Visa credit cards. Some employees have used their own membership cards to access the store and made their purchases with their City issued credit card. This is not a problem; however, when the City membership and credit cards are used, the City receives 2% cash back on the purchases, which equates to approximately $600-$700 back to the City. Please attempt to use a City membership and Costco credit card when possible. Costco membership and credit cards are available to check out at the Finance office. Chief Essex • UniSource Gas is conducting training at the training center at 1000 and 1400 Wednesday through Friday of this week. • The floor inside station 71 will be replaced beginning October 24th. It will require the stripping of the old floor and the new floor cannot be walked on for 48 hours after the epoxy is applied. Prescott Fire must cover or remove all items in the station. Chief Light suggested that Infinity RV be contacted to possibly use/rent an RV for the crew while the work is being conducted. • The air compressor on the utility can be fixed with a UL listed pop off value. It would cost approximately $3k to purchase an additional six SCBA cylinders. Captain Bauman • Inquired as to when the Firefighter job announcement would be posted, how long would it be open, and if the requirements would stay the same. Chief Essex said that the job announcement would be posted for a month and that the written test would take place sometime in November. The Firefighter I & II certification requirements remain. A candidate must obtain their EMT certification prior to appointment to the position. The 130/190 course can be taught in house. Chief Light said that there needs to be a logical sequence and standard testing time to testing to build capacity. The Firefighter job announcement will open in a couple of weeks. Chief Light expects the department to be at a point of stability in 18-24 months. • Is the department was going to continue to provide SWAT medics as there are some medics that are interested in the assignment. Captain Luedeman • Truck 72 passed the ladder testing/certification and is back in service. • He has received calls from Williamson Valley to use/borrow PFD’s ladder testing materials. Chief Light expressed some concern for the City’s exposure. Chief Light would like for the department to speak with Risk Management to see what is required before moving forward. Follow- Up Items Meeting adjourned at 9:55AM

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PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 04/19/18, Time 0815-0915 Location: Station 71 Chiefs Report: City Business New Business: 1) ITS/Communications Issues 2) PRCC Updates 3) Building Safety Updates 4) Citizen’s Fire Academy 5) GMIHC 5-Year Memorial Planning Needs 6) Haz Mat Meters on Engines 7) Garbage In/Garbage Out RMS Needs 8) Update on City of Prescott Academy 9) Kudos Open Forum Follow- Up Items 1) Community Paramedicine 2) Building Safety Inspectors/Permit Techs – Ride a longs 3) Turnout Helmet Safety. Facilitator: Chief Morgan Recorder: Chief Moser

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In honor of e Granite Mountain Hotshots lost on June 30th, 2013. e United Yavapai Fireghters Local 3066 is holding a Celebration of Rememberance. June 30th, 2015, commencing at 4:30 PM Arizona Pioneers Home Cemetery 1300 Iron Springs Rd. Prescott, Arizona We would enjoy your presence, however, we understand if you cannot attend.

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Dear GMIHC Friends and Family, Thank you in advance for your attendance and we look forward to seeing you. I want to infonn you that we have some rooms set aside at the Best Western Prescottonian Motel at 1317 E. Gurley St. Prescott, AZ at a discounted rate that will be held until June 15th• After that the rooms will go available to the general public. I also would like to infonn you that there will be a wreath laying ceremony perfonned at the Arizona Pioneers' Home Cemetery at 8:00 AM on June 30th perfonned by the Honor Guard if you would like to attend. Lastly, you are invited to attend a social gathering that will follow the Celebration of Remembrance that will be held at The Gurley Street Grill at 230 W. Gurley St. Prescott, AZ 86301. We wish you safe travels. Sincerely, Dan Bauman Prescott Chapter President IAPF Local3066

8-2-20 9:09 PM- do a little more before I sleep-

I know there are more folks out there craving to be that light of truth- I can help- I am praying for you to have such courage to do this Divine path set before you to do. I pray for your physical healings and challenges. As I close my eyes tonight I envision Jesus flowing into your body with every breathe, healing and restoring you from the inside out and let you know you are not alone. God's Plan, remember. I am saying let me do nice things for you. For me, my time has limitations because I am ill but also it is my time to learn, study, and gather information and now share it. Once it is shared we all can discover and go over it all. Sometimes we are in a spot where we think we cannot tell a soul the dark hours we face but in reality every time I think we face that, we just have to look up and pray. I have known folks who lived way into their hundreds and always they tell me it is church or God that gave them that longevity. If you are filled with sorrow and pain, I have been praying for you. If my pages of the blog make you feel an intensity you just don't like then change to another blog page. I am here for the ones struggling. The ones who love their life and job just tired of the Fire Industry leadership. I am too; tired of it. Someone tonight told me Mayhew's book should have 'children's book illustrations' and they said 'This is the [H]uman [F]actors expert?? [N]o wonder the SAIR is pure crap with no real findings. This guy is what is wrong in the system. His 'Learning From Yarnell" training exercise puff piece...could have been written by a 10 year old.' I am tired that Mayhew's new book series does not come with childrens book illustrations, maybe I can understand him better. He should have a disclaimer too. Really. I can say that because I have given the world more than he ever did on the Yarnell Hill Fire. I have investigated it more than he has "publicly" - and that is sad. Why a book? Why not help these loved ones piece together what they have and I have and finish your job. Who cares if the product is done and errors were made. Fix them by not making "made for profit" books and help us finish what you started. Fix your messes. I can help you and so many loved ones too. State it publicly that you have seen the evidence we speak about- or someone you worked with has...say it. Stop the book series bullshit. Integrity matters! and so do Lives- they matter!


0052_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie - FirstRecipient_troy.steinbrink@prescott-az.gov - Subject_Staff Meeting Agenda - 05-07-2018 - Planning Meeting Agenda 5-8-2018.pdf:


PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 05/08/18, Time 0815-0915 Location: Station 71 Chiefs Report: City Business New Business: 1) ITS/Communications Issues 2) PRCC Updates 3) Building Safety Updates 4) Partners Academy 5) GMIHC 5-Year Memorial Planning Needs 6) Haz Mat Meters on Engines 7) EMS Week 8) Update on City of Prescott Academy 9) Press Release Development – Regional Airport 10) Kudos Open Forum Follow- Up Items 1) Community Paramedicine 2) Building Safety Inspectors/Permit Techs – Ride a longs 3) Turnout Helmet Safety 4) Citizen’s Fire Academy 5) Garbage In/Garbage Out RMS Needs. Facilitator: Chief Moser Recorder: Chief Luedeman

good night- 9:47 PM

Slowly getting around. Terrible nightmares. I received a message from COP, here it is:

and my reply back:

this was in my email this morning so passing it along:



0056_Sender_Archer,Jeffrey - FirstRecipient_Murphy - Subject_Engine Boss Task Book - 01-15-2018 -qualification flowchart.pdf:

same exact content as earlier I posted for File Folder 0005_Sender_Archer,Jeffrey.

0057_Sender_Merilee Fowler -Yavapai County Overdose Fatality Review Board Meeting October 24 09-14-2018 - Unintentional Drug Overdoses -- FINAL DRAFT.PDF:

Unintentional Drug Poisonings Among Yavapai County Residents, 2011-2015 - it is 128 pages and seems it does not pertain to YHF so skip it but if you live in Prescott pull this record- very informative data.

0058_Sender_Light,Dennis - FirstRecipient_Goodman - Subject_Citizen's Academy Presentation - 05-23-2018 - Fire Ops 101 Dept Overview Prescott 2018 Final.pptx.pdf:



Breakfast Brunch time- Cucumbers more than likely... (8/3/20 10:52AM)

I had an egg on spelt bread- save the cucumber for lunch/dinner with a slice of avocado and tomato. (back at 11:50 AM - did the G5 machine too)

0059_Sender_Devendorf,Don - FirstRecipient_Cannizzaro - Subject_Planning Meeting Minutes 2_20_2018 - 02-23-2018 - Planning Meeting Minutes 2-20-2018.pdf:


PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 2/20/18, Time 0815-0915 Location: Station 71 Chiefs Report: City Business Budget being finalized this afternoon. Hopefully enough was submitted by us to justify our requests. Last heard- two positions we were seeking have not been approved but have been submitted On the horizon- Grant award acceptance for grant already spent. It got mixed up after it was combined with Rec Services for a project. A reminder, all grants received need to be approved by Council before being used. March 22 - we will brief the outcomes from the Franklin Pearce Study- heart rate monitoring of our firefighters. Chief plans to take the information to our elected officials for health care monitoring based on the stresses on firefighting. Successful in negotiating $1 annual lease for 5 years for the old Foot Locker location at the mall for the items currently stored at McCormick. The new site will be cleaned up by volunteers this weekend, Saturday the 24th at 0900. This it meant to be a permanent set up in preparation for the 5 year anniversary. Move in will take place soon after that, also with volunteer assistance. New mall owners want to continue this relationship. We will have the key at Admin. This will get us clear from McCormick so it can be repurposed. New Business: 1) ITS/Communications Issues- Jared Haxton Tritech is live Routing issues are being worked on. Cory has asked that bad routing be forwarded to him via email. Light- has sent email to Moser about some oddities that have come out. Things like EMS call getting changed to an explosion mid call. One call came out as three different things before the 4th time being correct. Have we fixed the alarm number push to Image Trend? Jared will look into it. One problem with cross staffing engine/truck. For some reason it is in-servicing and out of servicing the engine and the truck seemingly on its own. Being worked on. Slow load times on the maps on the MDC's. Jared will look into it. Lost signal problems like we had with ADSi seem to be worse now. The reconnect seems to be harder now. We need more maps for the mutual aid areas that we respond to. They were in MapForce but that no longer exists. Overall the changeover seems to have gone very smooth after the first 24 hours of chaos. Light- looking at it from a project team perspective, this seems to have been pretty seamless. There is a learning curve and a lot of moving pieces but overall pleased with the progress. Facilitator: Chief Lucas Recorder: Chief Devendorf Wish we didn't have the double data entry and the possibility of bad data or lost date until Alpine is up, but getting Alpine right is of utmost importance. Alpine should be about 4 weeks out. We need the list of new call types that BC’s have been added to. Cory to send out. Station alerting- coordinating with Facilities to get wiring and conduit in place so we can move forward. Facilities is backed up. LXR program for generating test questions. Moser got access but could not find any fire questions. We need to find out what edition IFSTA the questions came out of for the test bank so we can do the announcement of testing. Yavapai County has asked that we add two more frequencies so they can speak to us. Based on all the changes we make to our line-up, we will not be doing this. Lucas- we are going to have to do another frequency change based on the Feds changing their air to ground frequencies. They just do this based on geography and without our input. 2) PRCC Updates PRCC updates No one from the PRCC based on how busy they are. Chief Light- we need to be kind on the radio. They are working as hard as they can through this process so be kind and compassionate. 3) Building Safety Updates- Randy Pluimer Mike Ward has been brought on by Building Safety but still working for us and doing kitchens, as well as training the volunteers for inspections. 4 personnel going to Tucson the first week in April for Arson IV. Lucas- Procedures for investigators at structure fires? IC's need to remain focused on firefighting and having people come to the window of his car is disruptive. Can investigators wear something that identifies them to the crews and the public? We should have a conversation about how to integrate the new investigators into the fire scene operations. How soon should the investigators be on the scene? As soon as they can be while realizing that they may not be able to immediately coordinate with the IC. 4) Citizen’s Fire Academy-Light Citizens Fire Academy- Light Wants to do it again this year. We can only do this once a year. No defined date yet. Probably June/early July. Went over about 5 weeks. Will look to Native Air for support of refreshments. Same format as last year, just a different audience. Looking at Thursday evenings starting June 7. 5) Inspection Information for Responders-Light Wants to get building inspectors to ride along with crews. Wants to build a better relationship. Specific inspection information wants from the crews? One gap still seen is distance between inspectors and responders. Facilitator: Chief Lucas Recorder: Chief Devendorf 6) Southwest Incident Management Conference Update-Lucas Team conference was in Albuquerque. 2017 was the highest lost of homes in history. 2018 looks to be on the same track. Teams bill between $500k and $1 million a day. Looking to be fiscally responsible. Big push to get local decision makers in the conversations about how to fight fires around their jurisdictions. One challenge will be how to educate and answer questions posed by local government 40% of team members are not federal gov't employees Down 5 teams this coming year. Instead of "fire season", looking to move to a year round approach. Most prop tankers are gone, except for 7 C130's that the USFS purchased and are putting into service. Lots of questions coming up Why not direct? Where are the aircraft? Why are we letting it burn? Change in where we are deploying firefighters for safety reasons. 7) GMIHC 5-Year Memorial Planning Needs GMIHC 5-year Memorial Planning Needs Association had their first meeting recently We own this so we are going to stay engaged Scaled to community interest Something along the lines of the first year memorial Working around the deployment time Probably something in the area of where the partnership is looking to place the memorial. Cemetery will be separate from the downtown memorial again. Working with Joe Baynes to set something up. Light/McCarty/Devendorf will be involved. Year 6- something at the cemetery- maybe involving the public too. Believe we will have more family interest in the cemetery this year. Looking to Year 10 and then again Year 19. Will not be shutting down Iron Springs this year. 8) Building Safety Inspectors/Permit Techs – Ride a longs Already covered in Item 5. 9) Educational Requirements for APPER book and Promotion Educational Requirements for Apper Book and Promotion Educational requirements are way out of date Some classes aren't even available any more. Tactics, Apparatus and Hydraulics Goal for this last round of testing- FF, Engineer, Captain, will stay the same. After this round of testing, there will be new requirements The old APPER committee will not be brought back as it was- it will be mostly electronically based. We are coming up on a flat time for promotions Facilitator: Chief Lucas Recorder: Chief Devendorf We will have about 15 months after this testing to get people up to speed. We will set a bar and people will have to ascent to it. We are looking more stable now so this is the time to work on this program. Chief Light- Associates for Captains and Bachelors for Chief Officers will be the way it is- that is the way it is going to be. Professional positions have requirements in the world. Educational assistance money through the City is not being used for the most part. If interested- read the City policy. 10) Turnout Helmet Safety Turnout Helmet Safety-Moser/McCarty Topic on the floor for a while now Is our helmet the safest one for the personnel on the floor? Handout showing difference between current helmet and European style helmets. Did some research- general research is very hard to find. One department, Eager Minnesota has been working on this same problem. Some research being done on cancer with regard to neck not being protected by our current helmet. Only one supplier out of New Zealand that supplies these more protective helmets. Concerns- hook on the front of the helmet. Some taking it off and gluing faceplate. McCarty has been caught by wires at a scene, as have others. Has been shown to be a problem in confined space operations. The helmets we have no provide no side impact protection. During falls, the brim on the current helmets can cause neck injuries. Is this a looks/tradition thing or a safety issue. New generation helmets cost about $500. Current about $350. Light- recent podcast brought the side impact problem to light. We should look for a vendor that will allow us to evaluate the new style helmet without cost being factor. We should evaluate them based on safety. If we cannot get a vendor to give us some to evaluate, we may be able to purchase a couple to evaluate. Question about availability from US vendors. McCarty brought one such helmet to the meeting that is available locally. Built in light. Full face shield and also just eye protection. Can integrate TIC operations. Will work with our current SCBA's. Recently noticed during end of probation testing that it is common for our current helmets to be a problem with staying on. Light- what can we do about the current eagle on our helmets? We need to contact manufacturer about what we can and can't do with regard to helmet safety if we are going to do any modifications. Last thought was to look at going to colored helmets for Captains. Most at the meeting supported this plan. Chief Light directed to move forward with testing. 11) Kudos 4 notes of gratitude were read. They will be emailed out for viewing. Facilitator: Chief Lucas Recorder: Chief Devendorf Follow- Up Items 1) Community Paramedicine Moser- Community Paramedicine. Have been researching with CAFMA. Rode with Sedona and visiting Golder Ranch to see their program soon. Meeting with Rob Barth and then looking to read Council in sometime in April. For the floor, help with finding a way to keep frequent callers from accessing the 911 system when there may be other options. YRMC is very interested in this. Possibly some funding available if we find a way to save them money. This is a partnership we are looking at forming. It will not be something that is done by on-duty engine companies. There will be another position that will be responsible for the home visits. Increases reliability of engines if they are more available for emergency responses. NCAAC North Central Arizona Accountable Care. Open Forum Moser-Thank you to everyone for assisting with the end of probation testing. BC support. TO' s assisting. Will be changing the process to make it better based on what we have learned. Will go working towards an end of probation test for Engineers soon. Active Shooter- Wanted a TCCC course in February but will be moving it to May for the Train the Trainers. They will then push that training out to the floor. Active Shooter exercise will take place in June. Yavapai College has asked if we are interested in assisting them with a drill. Some of our equipment has come in and will be issued out once the training is completed. Luedeman- looking at appointing some people to take over programs. BC's to discuss. Complaints from dispatch and crews about 51 move-ups and the fact that they are out of town often. BC's need to talk. Idea that Hastings has been their move-up location. Does this work for us? If we are having problems, our BC's need to get in contact with their BC's to figure it out. Devendorf- Change of Fleet management from Devendorf to Lavers. Devendorf will oversee but Lavers will do the day to day work. Pluimer- Hasting being torn down and replaced with Circle K. New apartments going up on Gail Gardner. Touchmark looking to move in some time this summer. Very optimistic. Our crews will be oriented by the Touchmark people with ]walkthroughs] before they open. They are also looking to go to Phase II that will include more buildings and people up there. Building has been hitting contractors on blocking streets with their lumber packages. If you see a blocked street, contact Randy and he will follow up. Light- 360 surveys. About a 60% return rate. Allows good feedback for the person being evaluated. Luedeman was first. As we look forward, we are in a good place right now. Big turn around from when the Chief came here. Recent email about the Creeks project and how they spoke highly of us. Recently the Chief is hearing a lot of good stuff about our operations around town. Our point of contact is the "big red trucks". Thanks to everyone for doing such a great job. Lucas- AFG grant for radios has been submitted. Pack test email out. It will be administered by our Peer Fitness folks for continuity. Facilitator: Chief Lucas Recorder: Chief Devendorf He has noticed a renewed energy from our folks. Lots of people stepping up and offering to do more work. It's all good stuff. Meeting adjourned at 0955. Facilitator: Chief Lucas Recorder: Chief Devendorf.

what do they mean above- "We own this so we are going to stay engaged."

0060_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie - FirstRecipient_Fletcher - Subject_IAP GMIHC Memorial Events June 2014 - 06-26-2014 - 0060_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie - FirstRecipient_Fletcher - Subject_IAP GMIHC Memorial Events June 2014 - 06-26-2014:

0061_Sender_Light,Dennis - marsha.collier@prescott-az.gov Tuesday Presentation - 03-15-2016 - Fire Services Discussion on Models - Final Revision 311 2016.pptx.pdf:


Fire Services Discussion on Models - Final Revision is 32 pages and I will just name the topics since it has nothing to do with YHF / GMHS.


Fire Services Discussion on Models - Final Revision - March 15, 2016

- Fire Dept. Historical Perspective - 1960's - current. Fire Service Revolution. System Reliability within City of Prescott.

0062_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie troy.steinbrink@prescott-az.gov FW_ Staff Meeting Agenda - 11-09-2015 - Planning Meeting Agenda 11-10-2015 Revised.pdf:

PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 11/10/15, Time 0815-0915 Location: Station 71 Chiefs Report: City Business New Business: 1) Purge electronic files 2) EMS QA/QI 3) Budget Planning 4) Group Homes Discussion 5) Employee Recognition SOG 6) Kudos Open Forum Follow- Up Items.

0063_Sender_Archer,Jeffrey - FirstRecipient_Moore - Subject_Wildland Quals - 01-15-2018 - qualification flowchart.pdf (seen this exact one twice already)

0064_Sender_Archer,Jeffrey -jandrews@fs.fed.us FW_ CFRA and Amendment - 03-23-2015 - 1206 fire line medic policy.pdf - FIRELINE PARAMEDICINE.pdf - Inventory.xlsx.dat - Prescott FD 2014 - 2016.pdf:

1206.4 Fireline Paramedics The Prescott Fire Department has an agreement with the Prescott National Forest to provide ACLS capable personnel and equipment as an immediate need on wildland fires within PNF jurisdiction. The intent of the fireline medic program is to provide a resource available within the Prescott area. Fireline medics will not be dispatched outside of the Prescott area. Minimum Requirements 2 Redcarded personnel One of which must be a paramedic Both must meet tier 1 or 2 physical test requirements. Transportation Polaris Ranger 6x6, department pickup, wildland Polaris Ranger, or a rental vehicle may be used. EMS Equipment BLS & ALS packs stored on Battalion 1 apparatus Rubbermaid tote stored in upstairs closet at Station 71 Prescott Basin Mobilization Procedure 1. Forest Service IC will order medics through THEIR dispatch. 2. Forest Service Dispatch will contact PRCC to fill the order. 3. PRCC will consult their T-card System on the wall just as they would for an engine assignment. 4. If Prescott Fire Department is up on the rotation, PRCC will contact Battalion 1. 5. Battalion 1 will fill the order with on-duty personnel and page out for backfill. 6. If the incident goes longer than the end of your normal shift, the medic team must notify B-1 and he will coordinate relief for the team. Administration  Resource orders must meet the following criteria. o An “E” number for: 1 ALS KIT o Another “E” number for: 1 BLS KIT o An “O” number for the Paramedic o An “O” number for the other person  CTR's must be filled out for the personnel.  A Shift Ticket must be filled out for each “E” number. Patient Care Providing patient care in the wildland fire environment yields itself to a whole new set of challenges apart from the types of emergency calls we encounter on a daily basis. All patient care will follow PFD, YRMC, and State DHS guidelines and policies for EMS care providers. YRMC will be the base hospital and the source for online medical direction. All equipment restock will follow same protocol as normal daily operations. Eg… IV equipment & drugs will be restocked at YRMC, soft supplies & C-Spine will be restocked in house. All fireline medic equipment will be rehabbed and put back into service prior to personnel leaving the station. All paperwork must be submitted to the secretary responsible for wildland billing.

Backcountry, TRT, & Special Events • Packs will be stored on BC Rig. • Can be used for any type of emergency call or special event. Fireline Medics • This program is at the request of the PNF to provide rapid ACLS treatment for their personnel on scene of their fires. • ANYONE who is tier 1 or 2 on the floor could be utilized as we are all redcarded. • 2 people will respond (at least one will be a Medic). • One of the UTVs or a PFD pick-up may be used. Business • CTR's must be filled out for the personnel. • Shift Tickets must be filled out for the EMS equipment & the vehicle you take. • WE WILL NOT GET PAID IF RESOURCE ORDER DOES NOT MEET THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA: – 1 ALS KIT, 1 Operator, 1 Vehicle – 1 BLS KIT, 1 Operator, 1 Vehicle. Mobilization 1. Forest Service IC determines if incident is expected to take more than a few hours. If so, they will order medics through THEIR dispatch. 2. Forest Service Dispatch will contact PRCC to fill the order. 3. PRCC will consult their T-card System on the wall just as they would for an engine assignment. 4. If Prescott Fire Department is up on the rotation, PRCC will contact Battalion 1. 5. Battalion 1 will fill the order with on-duty personnel or fill based on the wildland signup list. 6. If the incident goes longer than the end of your normal shift, the medic team must notify B-1 and he will coordinate relief for the team. Equipment Restock • Our contract is a “wet contract”, meaning we are responsible for all disposable items. • All medications will follow same procedure for restock @YRMC. • All other EMS supplies will be restocked in house. • Upon return from fire, EMS Standby, or TRT call, inventory will be taken and equipment will be restocked. • Any equipment needs that cannot be met, forward to SARGE & ARCHER.The “Dutch Creek” Incident • Fatality Incident • Changed many medical standards for wildland incidents. • Dictated the addition of pages 108 & 109 in the new IRPG. • Click HERE for Dutch Creek Video.



Basics Of “Dirt Medicine” • Move with the crews throughout the shift. • Remember the resources you have at your disposal. Be SPECIFIC with your resource requests. – Order a ground ambulance immediately and consider launching a helicopter. – DPS Ranger Helicopter for Patients needing short haul or technical rescue capabilities. – Medical helicopters with night vision capabilities. Basics Of “Dirt Medicine” • Limited resources & tools, get creative. • Constantly play out “what if” scenarios in your head. Plan for the worst. • Keep in mind how you’re going to get the patient out if something happens. • The gear is heavy! Move slow, watch your footing, and stay hydrated. Our Equipment • 2 Packs – No PEDIATRIC GEAR – Limited Drugs – Enough Equipment to handle one critical patient (trauma, cardiac, respiratory, heat injury, seizure, diabetic). • Overstock Box – Clip Board with PCR’s and all necessary paperwork. – Extra equipment including excess drugs (dopamine, thiamine, oxytocin, etc…) • See inventory sheet for complete list of equipment. New Gear • ZOLL Defibrillator W/Lead II capability • If you want AED mode (for a code) plug in defib pads before turning on. • If you want Monitor mode (asses rhythm) plug 3 lead cable in before turning on. • Israeli Combat Dressing • C-A-T Tourniquet • Collapsible Traction Splint.








break - 8/3/20 4:20 PM

0066_Sender_Archer,Jeffrey - FW_ Yavapai County Overdose Fatality Review Board Meeting October 24 - Unintentional Drug Overdoses -- FINAL DRAFT.PDF (already saw this one earlier- repeat)

0067_Sender_Archer,Jeffrey - FirstRecipient_Cooley - Subject_Wildland Mentorship Stuff - 01-15-2018 - Wildland Quals.pdf (again the Quals- repeat)

0068_Sender_Sventek,Jaimiemarsha.collier@prescott-az.govStaff Meeting Agenda - 11-16-2016 - Planning Meeting Agenda 11-17-2016.pdf:

PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 11/17/16, Time 0815-0915 Location: Station 71 Chiefs Report: City Business New Business: 1) Auxiliary Fire Corps 2) ITS/Communications Issues 3) Firefighter Core Temperature’s During Fire Suppression Scientific Study – Dr. Donald Shaw, Franklin Pierce University 4) PFD Christmas Party Scheduled – December 4th , Station 71 @ 1600 5) Zelms’ Farewell – November 17th, Transfer Station @ 1100-1330 6) Kudos Open Forum Follow- Up Items 1) Remembrance Rescue Project 2) Lexipol – Updating Policy Manual. Facilitator: Jaimie Sventek Recorder: Chief Essex

0069_Sender_Light,Dennis troy.steinbrink@prescott-az.gov Bi-Weekly Update - 05-29-2015 - (photos only):

I want to NOTE- many wanted me to "live" show you the records which takes longer in my way of thinking - you are learning what? Probably nothing. That is truly how it has been for seven plus years for me. I go through tens of thousands of records as you see now - I call it FLUFF.


Then all of sudden I do find a golden piece to the puzzle. That is "how" it works when you do this. So really I have not been impressed in any of these lately and they have been a waste of my time and monies. Yet you just do not know until you look. But I did fulfill your wish and that was to do it "live" so you can see how long it takes my PC to upload and do this all- very slow. But here I am.


BE ME ..LISTENING TO HUNDREDS OF AUDIO... TO LISTEN TO THE MANY MANY MANY HOURS OF AUDIO DAY IN AND OUT OF FEED TO THEN SIX MONTH LATER "BAM" - FOUND A GOOD ONE. YOU NOW GET A GOOD LOOK INTO MY WORLD...NOT SO FUN, EH! RIGHT! NO MORE HANDING YOU THAT SIX MONTHS OF HARD WORK IN A "SPLIT MOMENT". NOW BECAUSE YOU ASKED YOU ARE ON THE JOURNEY WITH ME. NEXT TIME BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU ASK FOR-

0070_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie Reminder FW_ PFD Christmas Party - December 4th - 11-22-2016 - Prescott Fire Department Christmas Party 2016.pdf:

Prescott Fire Department Christmas Party Sunday, December 4th @ 4PM Fire Station 71 It’s a potluck party. Please bring a dish to share! Santa will be there to see the kids! Please bring a wrapped gift ($10 or less) for your children with their name on it, from Santa, for Santa to give to them. You may drop gifts off at station 71 in the Battalion Chief’s office any time prior to the party or bring with you the day of. Santa provides his services by donation only. Please bring some donations! Please RSVP to Jaimie Sventek at 928-777-1766 by 5PM on November 29th with the number of children attending.

0071_Sender_Lucas,Ralph _RE_ Training Request Chainsaw Refresher - 01-21-2019 - Archer TRF for Chainsaw Refresher.pdf: PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT TRAINING REQUEST FORM

0072_Sender_Lucas,Ralph - Radio Frequency Charts - 05-16-2018 - 2018 Radio Groups 1 and 2 and 3.docx.pdf: I will give snippet but not giving out radio frequencies-

0073_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie - Planning Meeting Minutes - 10-14-2016 - Planning Meeting Minutes 10-11-2016.pdf:

PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Minutes Date 10/11/16, Time 0820-0910 Location: Station 71 Present: Chief Light, Cory Moser, Dave Essex, Ralph Lucas, Don Devendorf, Dan Morgan, Nate Keegan, Jaimie Sventek Recorder: Cory Moser Chiefs Report: New City Manager Lamar was sworn in. Thanks to the Honor Guard for their participation. New Business: 1. Auxiliary Fire Corps Of 6 people scheduled for interviews, 5 have completed the Chief’s interview process. A 7th person is yet to be scheduled. The next step in the process is for orientation, tentatively scheduled for November 7th and 8th. Uniform sizes were obtained during the Chief’s interviews and will be forwarded to Pluimer for ordering. Ralph Lucas will be the program manager, overseeing the budget and other issues as they arise. Anticipate a 4-8 hour per week commitment per volunteer. Will need to schedule another meeting during the last week in October to finalize the process. The Geo Tracker will be their assigned vehicle. 2. ITS/Communications Issues Smoke Tree Station. Do we want to make CAD changes for response while the street repairs are being completed in front of Smoke Tree? Consensus among staff is that we do not want to change CAD for the duration of the repair work. Chief Light stated that if 74 is dispatched to a call, they are to respond to it immediately and address any coverage or dispatch issues after their dispatch. Station 71 WiFi. IT will be installing it this week. Station 71 Dispatching. During crew displacement, a conduit can be run out to the RV to allow for dispatching. MDT Monitors. Do not wipe clean with any liquid. Use a microfiber cloth for cleaning of the screens. E71 screen is to be replaced. 3. Badge Pinning / Promotional Ceremony Scheduled – October 14th, Station 71 @ 1330 All promotions have been made prior to the pinning, and will be recognized at the ceremony. Still may need to deconflict this event with Chief Emery’s memorial- more information when the memorial date is confirmed. In the meantime, continue as planned for the 14th. A local media release regarding the pinning will be sent. Morgan and Lucas to coordinate the preparation work for the event. 4. Kudos Multiple- see emails. Also, while discussing the Trump rally, Chief Light reminded the BCs that he is supportive of up-staffing engines for events, as necessary. Open Forum Following the internal investigation, PFD will look at internal processes in order to identify how to avoid any future incidents with ladder operations. Several ideas discussed, including footing procedures, number of personnel needed on roof, and retraining department-wide. Morgan to follow up with Luedeman to research improvements to ladders, including rubber feet. Recent Accident at PHS During construction at station 71, do not use the restroom in the RV. Use the restroom in the apparatus bay. Floor work begins on October 24th. All staff members to get physicals and blood work as well, including CRR and office personnel. Any expectations of SCBA use requires PT monitoring, including CRR. ePCR update- classes still on track for October 24, 26, 27. New tablets are in and in the BCs office. 4 trainers have volunteered for the 3 shifts. Follow- Up Items Meeting adjourned at 9:10AM.

0073_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie -Prescott Fire Christmas Party - December 7 - 11-06-2014 - Prescott Fire Department Christmas Party 2014.pdf: (Repeat seen earlier)


Good Night- Movie Night. Have a nice evening. (8/3/20 6:30 PM)

I began to watch some Noah's Ark Documentary but I got real ill as I was eating Boar's Head hummus...dropped to a fetus position. I really do not think it was the food and that I am just really ill. The nausea and vomiting sucks. I showered and put fresh layer of Save the Baby on. I kept also thinking to Harwood. I did not realize earlier this week I did pull a request but I also want to see what Bill Boyd has for an update to so I emailed him just now-

Here is a pitiful current selfie from just now- you can see the swelling went down in the bridge between my eyes and its draining spot (red spot in center of bridge) but the lids still semi swollen- I just wish the nausea / vomiting part would cease- sucks!

Back to the PRR and sharing them to you- it is 8-4-20 3:53 AM but been here since 2:38 AM- just feel so yuk so on here as a distraction since I am unable to sleep even with melatonin. Yesterday at 8:59 AM you could see the full moon so pretty and right now at 4:15 AM it is 99%.


By 8-4-20 6 AM I was full blown projectile vomiting for eleven minutes. This is rough. I am so tired of the numerous times of vomiting. My poor chest wall and throat. I have a lot of health areas of concern so I need to speak up and tell you areas about the Yarnell Hill Fire and its aftermath just in case my time is coming to an end- and when you feel this yuk, it feels like I do not even see that little light I usually see when feeling ugh. Called hope. I just do not see it. And I am the one that would even pretend to see the light until I did and I just am not seeing it. I am ill. I have been saying I am ill on and off over time but none feels this yuk since my MRSA phase.


If you are a snowflake or easily offended or sensitive to YHF information, please exit the page right now- that is my disclaimer so I can freely speak below.

Remember when Harwood did that podcast with Pfingston - over time I have requested in many possible ways and never yet have that record sitting with me even though ever since the podcast came out I asked as direct and indirect for Harwood's G-time record for June 30, 2013 and July 1, 2013 (or was he assigned off that day too like McCarty ???) (tied to a Historical Significant Fire- Permanent Record- should be there or a transfer of it or a destruction form- something versus nada-nothing) to fact check and verify.


Why did I do that- pull those specific records? It never felt quite right to me. Here we had the Family time at the Prescott Library to go over the SAIT SAIR so besides being a GMHS Alumni - why was he that tall guy in the corner in that library meant for just Family? I mean besides working Station 74 in Prescott as a FF yet on the podcast he only says he is GMHS Alumni or FF but fails to say a Prescott FF in Episodes one and two when formally introducing himself to us the World . Was he delegated to be there at the library? Personally? Professionally? Both? We know that Station 74 in the Media had McCarty coming home early for a vacation but do you know as well I also requested his G-time records and not yet seen it. I heard Willis and Steinbrink's good friend full moment of sharing and due to that sharing- Station 71 thru 75 have been a focus of mine to gather their documented whereabouts on June 30, 2013 to July 1st, 2013 and I begin to release the PRRs you will see a very weird pattern if you watch on those Stations. Especially now you are seeing all the fluff here but if there is a gem that happens, I will know it.


Anyways, think about this World. Doug Harwood. Why would the City of Prescott who has this "Prescott Way" allow or enable this podcast when they are all about protecting their interests and Harwood is a PFD Station 74 FF? Why would they let it happen? Especially if you pull PRRS and see the emails where they do their best to make sure people did not speak in regards to YHF that was tied to them. ???


Think back to Pfingston talking about the "tension" in that library. Who were the people who early on made it to Media as people who showed intense emotions. Marcia McKee; they did her wrong. A woman who comes from another State to learn her son died in a fire and be in this foreign environment and no matter "how" she reacted- I always felt she was not shown the proper way. I never met her nor spoke to her so this is not a biased feel. Yet if they could paper trail (cause concern) towards her maybe she would avoid coming to Prescott or feel not welcomed there.


Then there was Pfingston and Marsh defending Juliann at the court house steps to that reporter, remember- was it Tom Steele that spoke his question (August 7, 2013) That intense moment.

(16:40/18:38 marker of the video). Which both ladies were unaware but at that moment some locally knew some "behind the scenes" dirt about what was happening with Juliann and her personal life. I will not share it here because she is a mother. I respect that but it was very unkind stuff happening. I think it has created walls so badly since for many and I pray all the time on that area the walls end and people are together again.


I really do not know who was in Juliann's ear so early on but by Feb 2014 it was led back to me this lady Juliann did not like the Yarnell hikers who she never met or spoke with and by the time Ered Matthew did The Fence play which had many layers about the Yarnell Hikers and we had no clue- just so you know- at that time we had been interviewed by so many that we had no idea the play would involve us so heavily- yet Ered did note in all Wildland Fire Fatalities there was never Eye-witnesses like us so we were like okay- I guess...it was awkward. Allie Kate Elliot played me well. (July 2014) ( https://www.facebook.com/station7fence/?tn-str=k*F&__fns&hash=Ac0QzQot5XhtH6vC) This was a photo of the lady playing me in the play:

https://www.facebook.com/station7fence/photos/a.433889786753122/433889863419781/?type=3&theater


(http://www.playbillder.com/show/vip/Basin_Lake_Theatre_Project/2014/The_Fence_9394/page/5)

(http://www.playbillder.com/show/vip/Basin_Lake_Theatre_Project/2014/The_Fence_9394/page/5)

(https://www.facebook.com/station7fence/photos/a.433889786753122/433889926753108/?type=1&theater)

( http://www.changeinthewind.org/the-song.html )


and Juliann was there and her friend (Kelsey Diefendorf ) was in the cast which was also told to me that Kelsey who never met me did not like me and I felt it as a guest that night- I had already all that data I knew already so I "got" the odd mannerisms and as the Cast said go introduce myself to her and her friend / nanny and I was like what for - they had no clue what was being fed to me about Julianne so I just went over shared my moment I saw GMHS and cordially left because remember I heard very negative feedback so why would I want to keep it going. I am not fake. I felt their dislikes towards me. The only person that I knew publicly that knew her was Holly Henderson Snider Neill so then after what Moses said December 2013 I just ruled it that it possibly was Neill but who knows.


When the podcast came out I called Pfingston and left voicemail and emailed but they never replied. I felt it was a good time to bridge because she states she wants to know but then I wonder does she when she never replies?


Let us take a moment of silence and listen to songs tied to YHF- GMHS

songs about Yarnell Hill Fire / GMHS:

(RiP -Lou Roggio - https://dlfuneral.com/tribute/details/1244/Louis-Roggio/obituary.html - Lou, too many died of pancreatic cancer in our Community after YHF...I will always stay the course to get the truths out and thank you Denise for having Faith and staying strong- )









these songs reminds me of the GMHS and many I lost in my Community after the YHF:

PLEASE ANY OF YOU THAT WERE THERE THE LAST 18 MINUTES ON YHF JUNE 30, 2013- WATCH THIS OVER AND OVER UNTIL YOU "SPEAK UP":



First off I am okay to see and sit with anyone- ANYONE. Even if you do not like me. I always said that and I always showed that. Hiked anyone who had asked.


Back to what I was saying...so you see how Tom Steele (journalist) asked questions and how quick Pfingston and Marsh jumped in then the lawyer...


Watch the Harwood journey on Social Media or your Google Alerts or GTS (Google that Shit). Which includes Jessica Harwood who has been Eric Marsh Foundation "all time favorite human being" and Doug Harwood's wife.


Why do I have a focus to them on Google Alerts? Because Doug Harwood's G-time records have not been produced and I have someone out in the world placing Prescott Firefighters on the YHF that neither Investigation reports ever spoke about nor the Media who Pete the Miner told me Media was present in that specific area.


I am suspicious that there is no documented record that the City of Prescott failed to stop Harwood from doing the podcast. Seems like a conflict of interest or something to participate in such. I have looked and I have asked for those records.


Than I get that he is a GMHS Alumni until you meet some of these Alumnis and hear their stories then the puzzle gets stranger because even they found it odd what Doug was doing-


Then it got even more strange when here you had Doug from day one in Pfingston's path showing the path of fusees and lab reports with Sinclair and Neill and Willis. Why focus there? Versus the phone records and GPS Units that those GPS units laid hidden for HOW LONG????


The GPS UNITS---remember---by none other who logged it in but Harwood's Fire Station 74- right???? I find it odd. Like a diversion. Why not look at those Google History Locations of those on June 30, 2013- all involved in the last 18 minutes not just the GMHS.


Then you have Marsh who wants us all to remember the GMHS only in kind manners and do not think to research it out...anyone who is anyone who has been in the Deployment Zone or up on the Ridge know there is omissions and lies in the aftermath of the YHF and the Investigation Reports.


Why is it the Harwoods are like glue to the most publicized "Public Figures" in the aftermath of the YHF? I don't know but they are. Sure I think they genuinely care yet I want to know where was Station 74 staff on June 30, 2013? Were you the ones out where Wasson spoke about? I would like to know finally. Could be just a local support thing but from an outsider looking in- and the whole GPS thing- gotta wonder...


You have a mother who wants all the answers but will not sit down with me to bridge some areas and yet sits warmly with Harwood talking fusees and lab reports and not real time key points and then you have a widow who wants to remember it all the way she needs to - but I get Neill sending texts to me that Marsh is at peace with me then I saw what I saw at the Academy- ??? Not nice at all. Then the Social Media ugliness. Then to see Doug who is "digging" is graciously given the freedom to dig for answers and his wife is besties with Marsh but I am ???? - I just do not get it. ??? Why...


Fair Use Rules could apply but I am not gonna plaster the pic here on my blog- called avoidability but if you go here to April 2019 - https://www.facebook.com/ericmarshfoundationforwildlandfirefighters/posts/2231137953646042?comment_id=2231140650312439&reply_comment_id=2231164590310045&comment_tracking=%7B%22tn%22%3A%22R%22%7D&__fns&hash=Ac24xw6tbwbWXFrK or here are snippets that can lead you to the photos:






I never publicly much talked about the above because I saw this tight knit local support the Harwoods had but I am not a believer in the 'we want to help'--- remember --- it was your own Fire Station Harwood that logged and stored those GPS Units but never been much talked about until my blog---so yeah...I am willing to sit down and talk with either one of you because my gut says you were not on the fire but since then you had to have learned about the GPS units that were inventoried by our own Department...Show me the records you were not on the YHF in any fashion so the World can see it too. I think because I feel so ill I just did not want that information to go with me...if I never make it out of this bullshit symptoms- it sucks. I want to see where the Prescott Fire Department Stations were all at on June 30, 2013 and explain why on the GPS Units never being handled properly? We can still pull the data today so why won't you? Why does it take me to publicly share it for us to even note the GPS Units topic...why Mayhew?



World, look at the kind of support locally shown - pretty powerful, eh:

Oh Carl, how I miss our meet and greets at Waffle & More...RiP Clayton:

And to another family I feel was mistreated after the YHF was David Turbyfill - RiP Travis -


0074_Sender_Moser,Cory - Subject_Tritech CAD Mobile Rollout and Training - 01-29-2018 -Tritech Rollout Teleconfrence Links.docx.pdf:

Tritech Rollout Teleconfrence Dates/Times/Links February 1, 2018: 0900 https://zoom.us/j/962681285 February 1, 2018: 1300 https://zoom.us/j/344188571 February 6, 2018: 0900 https://zoom.us/j/402748743 February 6, 2018: 1300 https://zoom.us/j/299377912 February 7, 2018: 0900 https://zoom.us/j/163425293 February 7, 2018: 1300 https://zoom.us/j/609557852

0075_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie -Subject_Staff Meeting Agenda - 02-16-2018 - Planning Meeting Agenda 2-20-2018.pdf:

PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 2/20/18, Time 0815-0915 Location: Station 71 Chiefs Report: City Business New Business: 1) ITS/Communications Issues 2) PRCC Updates 3) Building Safety Updates 4) Citizen’s Fire Academy 5) Inspection Information for Responders 6) Southwest Incident Management Conference Update 7) GMIHC 5-Year Memorial Planning Needs 8) Building Safety Inspectors/Permit Techs – Ride a longs 9) Educational Requirements for APPER book and Promotion 10) Turnout Helmet Safety 11) Kudos Open Forum Follow- Up Items 1) Community Paramedicine. Facilitator: Chief Lucas Recorder: Chief Devendorf.

0076_Sender_Kriwer,Eric - FirstRecipient_Kriwer - Subject_RE_ A-Shift News and Notes - 06-20-2014 - News and Notes A-Shift 2014 Tour June 26-July 2.docx.pdf:


0077_Sender_Light,Dennis - FirstRecipient_Lucas - Subject_FW_ Basin Ops Plan - 12-31-2018 -

2018 Prescott Basin Ops Plan_.docx.pdf: It is 24 pages "Incident Management in the Prescott Basin" - not going to put it on here- it is the Goodwin Fire stuff.

0078_Sender_Ben Roche - FirstRecipient_Aaron Hulburd - Subject_Prescott Basin Meeting - 03-21-2019 - image001.jpg:

No email thread just an image:

0079_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie - Retirement BBQ - Mecca - April 28th - 04-10-2017 - Dave Mecca Retirement April 2017.pdf:

After years of hard work and dedication, it’s time to take a permanent vacation! Please join us in celebrating the retirement of Dave Mecca! Friday, April 28th, 2017 12:00pm Prescott Fire Station 71 Hamburgers and Hot Dogs to enjoy!

0082_Sender_Archer,Jeffrey - FirstRecipient_Reese - Subject_FW_ Wildland Quals - 01-15-2018 - Wildland Quals.pdf: (repeat from earlier)

0083_Sender_Light,Dennis Subject_FW_ Citizen's Academy March 14-May 2 - 01-10-2019 - Citizens Academy Agenda 04112019.docx.pdf -Schedule.docx.pdf:

PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT Citizen’s Academy Agenda April 11, 2019 1730-1745 Dinner and Socializing All 1745-1805hrs Department Overview/What’s Important Chief Light 1805-1830hrs Department History Eng. Jackson 1830-1840 Convenience break 1840-1910hrs EMS Cardiac Demonstration DC Moser 1910-2000 Break Out Sessions/Five Stations (5-6 person groups) FD Staff (Engine Co., Truck Co., TRT, HM, Wildland) *All times are approximations

Spring Citizen’s Academy Schedule 5:30-8:00pm Class Title Location Date Class #1 Council Welcome, Introductions & Overview, City Manager Centennial Center 3/14 Class #2 Finance & Budget/Legal/Clerk Centennial Center 3/21 Class #3 Recreation Services & Library Library Founder’s Suite 3/28 Class #4 Police Department Police Department Training Room 4/4 Class #5 Fire Department Station 71 4/11 Class #6 Public Works & Water Resources Centennial Center 4/18 Class #7 Airport Terminal/Centennial Center 4/25 Class #8 Community Development / Communications, Economic Development & Tourism Centennial Center 5/2 Ceremony Graduation City Council Chambers (3pm) 5/14.

0083_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie - Subject_Planning Meeting Minutes - 05-25-2017 - Planning Meeting Minutes 5-9-2017.pdf:

PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 5/09/17, Time 0815-0915 Location: Station 71 Attending: Chief Light, Chief Lucas, Chief Moser, A/BC Morgan, Chief Luedeman, Chief Devendorf, Jaimie Sventek Recorder: Scott Luedeman Chiefs Report: City Business There is not much new to report. We are working on the transition plan for Fire Prevention section in the Community Risk Reduction Division to be moved to the building department within the city. Chief Devendorf met with CRR personnel last week to discuss needs. New Business: 1) ITS/Communications Issues This item was not discussed due to no presence of IT personnel. 2) Citizen’s Fire Academy Chief Light is going through the Citizens Police Academy and would like to implement a Citizens Fire Academy before the middle of July. Dates chosen for the academy are June 22, 29 and July 6, 13. Each session will be a 2 hours with an agenda to be developed soon. We are looking at a maximum of 14 students, with the hopes of getting a broad spectrum of City of Prescott Citizens. 3) Ed Leave Policy The ed-leave policy (430.2 note 4) currently states that for periods less than 24 hours the BC will grant leave, and periods of 24 hours the Training Chief will grant leave. This will be changed to all ed-leave will be vetted through your Battalion chief. 4) Fire Administrative Phone Coverage With the move of Elisabeth to the building department, phone calls will go to Admin, with Marsha and Karen answering the main phone line from their work stations if the call isn’t picked up after 3-4 rings. The phones should not go to voicemail for any more than a couple of hours during normal business hours. Jaimie will work with Teresa and the Auxiliary Fire Corps for office coverage if she’s gone for the day. However, in the event that coverage cannot be obtained, Chief Light expects that Marsha or Karen will make a presence at the Administration office. 5) EMS Proclamation reading today @ 1500 @ City Council Chambers E72 will be at the City Council meeting today as well as Chiefs Light, Devendorf, and Moser 6) Salute to Hero’s Event - May 13th @ 0800 PV Event Center In years past, we have failed to attend this event. This is an important event to get us into the community and interact. Engine 75 will be at the event and will be last out for calls. 7) Carry the Load National Relay Walk– Memorial Event – May 15th @ station 71 Anyone that wants to participate in the Prescott leg of the walk should be at station 71 by 0745. The walk will leave from station 71 at 0800 and go to Lowes on Highway 69. 8) YCCA Home and Garden Show – May 19-21 @ PV Event Center Prescott Fire Department will have a booth at the Home and Garden Show. We are asking Volunteers to sit at the booth each day. Acting Chief Morgan has the 20th covered. If you are willing to spend some time out there, please contact Chief Devendorf for scheduling. 9) Badge Pinning / Promotional Ceremony – May 26th, Station 71 @ 1330 All are encouraged to attend this event. This is an important tradition of our department and we would love your support. This is open to employees and families. Mayor Oberg, City Manager Lamar, Councilwoman Orr, and Councilwoman Wilcox will be attending. PHS ROTC will be posting the colors and Prescott resident Kiona Bell will be singing the National Anthem. 10) Kudos See emails from Jaimie Sventek Follow- Up Items 1) Firefighter Core Temperature’s During Fire Suppression Scientific Study – Dr. Donald Shaw, Franklin Pierce University This is going good. A and B shifts are complete and C shift will be participating in the near future. Open Forum Acting Chief MorganThe Alarcon Street construction has given some minor tactical challenges. There is now a median down the center. If you are in the area, please look at it and do some pre-planning. Acting Chief Morgan is following up on the completion of heart saver tones for all calls. Chief LuedemanOur annual FAA inspection is coming up May 17-19 There will be a large-scale airport drill in August. Planning is starting this week. Chief DevendorfIf we have a bird start a fire from arching with power lines, Chief would like us to notify him before a press release goes out. APS has national guidelines to follow when this occurs and they would like a heads-up prior to the article hitting the paper. We currently have only 2 fire inspectors for our department. If the origin is simple and known, we are asking the engine company officers to make the determination and not call an investigator. If you need an investigator though, please call us. Jaimie SventekChief Morgan is taking over wellness and wanted to make sure he knew about money in next year’s budget for maintaining PT equipment. Anyone managing a budget for their program is encouraged to meet with Jaimie to go through budget training. Please schedule this through Jaimie. Chief LightFor the persons checking out the Haz-Mat gear and monitors at station 75, please make certain we are completing and documenting the checks. This is an OSHA requirement. Chief LucasThe emergency generator will be replaced at 71 in the near future Support 74 is OOS. At this time, it is unknown when it will be completed. If we need a TRT vehicle, we will need to special request CAFMA’s. Chief MoserFacilities will be placing an electrical connection on the north end of the ramp at station 75 so LLA can plug in their ambulances. The bay that used to house the ambulance will now be ours to store equipment. Discussion is underway to determine its use. The Special Olympics walk went good; hopefully next year we can have more of a presence. The engineer academy will be in August and dates will be out soon. This month was busy for training. Thank you all for remaining flexible. MCS testing will be starting in June. Each shift will have 2 days a month scheduled and it will be up to the BC’s to schedule their engines. We are looking at the requirements currently in the engineers APPER books. One question is what will be allowed for a hydraulics class. One thing discussed was coming up with an in-house hydraulics class. More discussion will take place. *** 974 is still in phoenix. There is a delay in the pump rebuild with Rosenbauer. There is no completion date as of yet.

0084_Sender_Kriwer,Eric -Subject_FW_ Leadership Series - 04-30-2015 - Leadership I 2015Flyer.pdf - Leadership II 2015 Flyer.pdf - Leadership III Flyer 2015.pdf:


Here is Arizona State Forestry's reply in regards to Yarnell - AFUE:


0084_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie - Subject_Staff Meeting Agenda - 06-13-2018 - Planning Meeting Agenda 6-14-2018.pdf:

PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 06/14/18, Time 0815-0915 Location: Station 71 Chiefs Report: City Business New Business: 1) ITS/Communications Issues 2) PRCC Updates 3) Development Updates 4) Partners Academy 5) GMIHC 5-Year Memorial Planning Needs 6) Active 911 and Text Alerts 7) Trench and Dive Rescue Procedures 8) Bee Calls 9) Update on City of Prescott Academy 10) Kudos Open Forum Follow- Up Items 1) Community Paramedicine 2) Building Safety Inspectors/Permit Techs – Ride a longs 3) Turnout Helmet Safety 4) Citizen’s Fire Academy 5) Garbage In/Garbage Out RMS Needs. Facilitator: Chief Luedeman Recorder: Chief Morgan

0085_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie - Subject_Staff Meeting Agenda - 01-13-2016 - Planning Meeting Agenda 1-14-2016.pdf:

PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 1/14/16, Time 0815-0915 Location: Station 71 Chiefs Report: City Business New Business: 1) Station Brown Outs 2) Citizens in Care Homes calling 911 3) Active Shooter Protocol 4) Kudos * Items 2-4 may be tabled for a future meeting if the conversation/discussion about station brown outs continues beyond 45 minutes. Open Forum Follow- Up Items.

0086_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie - Subject_FW_ Staff Meeting Agenda - 03-20-2017 - Planning Meeting Agenda 3-21-2017.pdf - Proposed Leave Policy Changes March 2017.pdf:

PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 3/21/17, Time 0815-0915 Location: Station 71 Chiefs Report: City Business New Business: 1) ITS/Communications Issues 2) Fleet a. Foam 731 b. Patrol Locations - Summer 3) Leave Policy Discussion 4) Ed Leave 5) Bid Process 6) Probationary Books 7) Van Safety Training 8) Incomplete Reports – ADSi 9) Smoke Detector Installation 10) Program Management Identification 11) Badge Pinning / Promotional Ceremony Scheduled – May 26th, Station 71 @ 1330 12) Kudos Open Forum Follow- Up Items 1) Remembrance Rescue Project 2) Lexipol – Updating Policy Manual 3) Firefighter Core Temperature’s During Fire Suppression Scientific Study – Dr. Donald Shaw, Franklin Pierce University 4) Auxiliary Fire Corps. Facilitator: Chief Devendorf Recorder: Chief Lucas.


Proposed Policy Changes: Current: 604.4 Known overtime vacancies will be filled no more than 10 calendar days in advance. The only exception would be for special assignments and Holidays. Battalion Chiefs should send out an e-mail of notification, prior to events and Holidays, to give ample time for employees to sign up. 612.1 Unreserved leave periods of less than 12 hours duration may be requested within 72 hours of the requested leave period. (Note: Less than 12 hours unreserved leave cannot be requested prior to 72 hours). 612.1 Cancellations of unreserved leave can be made by contacting the Battalion Chief anytime prior to the scheduled date of leave. The on-duty Battalion Chief may or may not approve the cancellation at his discretion. Proposed: 604.4 Known overtime vacancies will be filled no more than 14 calendar days in advance. The only exception would be for special assignments and Holidays. Battalion Chiefs should send out an e-mail of notification, prior to events and Holidays, to give ample time for employees to sign up. 612.1 Unreserved leave periods of less than 12 hours duration may be requested within 14 calendar days of the requested leave period. (Note: Less than 12 hours unreserved leave cannot be requested prior to 14 calendar days). 612.1 Cancellations of unreserved leave can be made by contacting the Battalion Chief 14 calendar days prior to the scheduled date of leave. The on-duty Battalion Chief may or may not approve the cancellation at his discretion.

0086_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie - Subject_Staff Meeting Agenda - 12-04-2017 - Planning Meeting Agenda 12-5-17.pdf:

PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 12/5/17, Time 0815-0915 Location: Station 71 Chiefs Report: City Business New Business: 1) ITS/Communications Issues 2) Department Photo Possiblity 3) RED Friday’s Consideration – Support US Military 4) Apparatus Cell Phone Needs 5) Kudos Follow- Up Items 1) Leave Policy 2) Storage within the department 3) Structure for light duty personnel and who they report to Open Forum.

0088_Kriwer,Eric GMIHS Tribute Hike Narrative & Draft Tribute Hike Guide - 05-23-2014 - Anniversary Trail Program.docx.pdf:


0089_DLegge-CAFMA-FirstRecipient_Archer,Jeffrey-RE_ Prescott Basin Drill - 04-02-2019 - image005.jpg: (missing email thread just shows this image):


0089_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie -Subject_Staff Meeting Agenda - 06-23-2014 - Planning Meeting Agenda 6-24-2014.pdf:

PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 6/24/14, Time 0815-0915 Location: Station 71 Chiefs Report: City Business New Business: 1) Review IAP 1-Yr. GMIHC Memorial events 2) Kudos 3) Gold Badge Meeting today 0915-0930 Open Forum Follow- Up Items.

0090_Sender_Light,Dennis -FW_ UCYC _The Springs_ Structure Protection Plan - 05-07-2018 - The Springs STRUCTURE PROTECTION PLAN.pdf:

STRUCTURE PROTECTION PLAN UPDATED: 5/2018 United Christian Youth Camp “The Springs” Prescott Fire Department jeffrey.archer@prescott-az.gov Camp Description Location UCYC “The Springs” is located approximately 5 miles up Copper Basin Rd from White Spar Rd in Prescott Arizona. 2600 S Cold Springs Rd Prescott, AZ 86305 N 34 30.2506 W 112 32.5607 Fuel Type The Springs is primarily dominated by a Ponderosa Pine fuel type with interspersed Manzanita and Oak brush. There is some Gamble and Emory Oak. Fuels Mitigation The Springs has contracted through a grant, to have all dead and down as well as some live standing Ponderosa removed. This project is scheduled to take place during the Spring/Summer of 2018. Upon completion of this project, the camp will be much more defendable and safer for firefighters. This plan has been written based on the assumption of this project being complete. The Forest Service has also preformed prescribed burning and thinning projects on the federal land adjacent to the camp. Construction Type At the time this plan was created, UCYC has been in the process of converting the buildings to having more firewise construction materials. The ultimate goal is to have all buildings have firewise roof material and siding. As of March 2018, many of the buildings still have wood shake siding, and structure protection tactics should be adjusted accordingly if this siding is replaced.


It is 10 pages but that is what it is about (above)

0090_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie -Subject_Staff Meeting Agenda - 10-10-2016 -Planning Meeting Agenda 10-11-2016.pdf:


PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 10/11/16, Time 0815-0915 Location: Station 71 Chiefs Report: City Business New Business: 1) Auxiliary Fire Corps 2) ITS/Communications Issues 3) Badge Pinning / Promotional Ceremony Scheduled -- October 14th , Station 71 @ 1330 4) Kudos Open Forum Follow- Up Items. Facilitator: Chief Devendorf Recorder: Chief Moser.

0091_Sender_Light,Dennis Chief's Annual Facility and Apparatus' Inspection Findings - 12-14-2016 - Chief's Facilities & Apparatus Inspections December2016.docx.pdf:

Fire Station 7 Inspection Findings On Friday, December 9, 2016 an inspection took place of the facility at Fire Station 7. Chief Light in the presence of Fuels Reduction Technicians Isiah Keeme and Matt Neal conducted the inspection. The following are the items requiring attention: 1. Light switch cover in front office is missing and needs replaced 2. Exit signage needed in exit access door leading into the workshop area. Paper signage is okay. 3. Weight room lights need to be replaced with higher energy efficiency lighting and restraining of the tubes is necessary 4. Refrigerator needs to be cleaned and products with questionable “use by dates” disposed of. 5. Storage area of buggies needs to be cleaned up. The ceiling insulation needs to be removed and replaced. 6. Check the need to maintain the two welders, drill press, and other associated tools. Look towards need elsewhere in department or city; otherwise consider surplus actions. 7. Clear cut areas adjacent to buildings in order to effect needed weed abatement The station was rated satisfactory in regards to this year’s inspection.

0092_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie - Subject_Planning Meeting Minutes - 06-23-2015 - Planning Meeting Minutes 5-12-2015.pdf - Planning Meeting Minutes 6-9-15.pdf:

PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Minutes Date 05/12/15, Time 0815-0940 Location: Station 71 Present: Chief Light, Cory Moser, Dave Essex, Ralph Lucas, Eric Kriwer, Tony Sciacca, Don Devendorf, Jaimie Sventek, Dave Peterson, Matt Fifield, Dan Bauman, Chad Dougan, Lance Mills, James Baker, Allen Snyder, Anthony Benitez, Christie Anderson, Rebekah Haywood Recorder: Jaimie Sventek Chiefs Report: None New Business: 1. Peer Support Program Dave Peterson and Eric Kriwer provided and overview of the Peer Support program. Prescott Fire is one of eight departments in the state to be a part of Firestrong Peer Support program. The Firestrong website is a resource for several items including financial planning and family support. Currently the program is a volunteer run program. The vision is to expand the program to become regional. 2. Acceptance of Gifts and Gratuities The fuels management and others have received monetary gifts and physical gifts from the community members. Please review the City and department policy on gift acceptance. There has been nothing inappropriate to date as to what has been done with those gifts received, but we need to remain cautious as such acceptance often is in direct conflict to our policy. Be cautious, sensitive, and aware when using Prescott Fire name to endorse any sort of products or services, as words can become law and it can become problematic for future purchase arrangements. 3. Pack Test Clarification The department has received a letter from the state clarifying the requirements. The Pack Test is the only nationally accepted test for off-district resources. The department will still provide mutual aid. Mr. Sciacca’s recommendation is that if an employee plans to go on off-district assignments, then they need to participate in the Pack Test. The Chief has the administrative privilege to determine who will need to take the test. 4. EMS Week Overview Beyea, Heartisan, and Taucher will be in attendance at the Council meeting today at 3PM to accept the Proclamation for EMS Week. There have been radio and television public service announcements created. A BBQ will be held on May 20th for the area agencies. An open house will be held at station 71 on May 23rd and May 24th from 1000-1500 each day. 5. Travel Provide advanced notice if traveling. There have been a lot of last minute requested. If travel requests are not submitted in a timely manner, the employee will not go. 6. Supervisor Training Kennedy and Moffitt will be attending the supervisor training in June. 7. Kudos Fuels Management Crew – chipping Nate Seets – Structure Fire Tri-City Prep – Every 15 Minutes Campaign Open Forum Mr. Sciacca stated that Engine Bosses will need to complete performance evaluations after each assignment. No more hours. The red cards will be signed off by Mr. Sciacca for Prescott Fire employees. Chief Lucas can initiate task books up to the Operations Section Chief. Chief Essex stated that he’s been working to resolve the bee issue at station 71. A beekeeper will be tending to the situation in the near future. Chief Moser received a text message with a photo of the new hazardous response vehicle being fabricated. The top half of the cab is black, with a black stripe, and an American flag on the grill. The design is unique since the apparatus will be shared between entities. Chief Moser stated that Life Line Ambulance is still having issues going code 3 on private calls without dispatching Prescott Fire units. If employees continue to encounter these issues, please email Chief Moser with the details and he will follow-up. Chief Kriwer stated that the FAA is conducting inspections at station 73 this week. Follow- Up Items Meeting adjourned at 9:40AM.


“Economy is the method by which we prepare today to afford the improvements of tomorrow” – Calvin Coolidge PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 6-9-2015, Time 0815-0930 Location: Station 71 In Attendance: Chief Light, Chief Essex, Chief Kriwer, Bret Lucas, Jaimie Sventek, Chief Lucas, Chief Moser, various engine companies, C-Shift. Chiefs Report: City Business. Chief Light reported that we pretty much got what we asked for on this upcoming fiscal year budget. However we did get a little less. We may have to adjust our budget midyear in the event that the upcoming ballot measure does not pass. Chief Light also stated that relationships and the tempo downtown at City Hall are very good. Chief Light has been going to many groups to express information about the upcoming ballot measure. Those agencies include PAWUIC, Kiwanis’s, and others. New Business: - Cancer Preventative Measures Executive Summary: There was a recent presentation about cancer prevention given from a Peoria Fire member. Chief Essex and Chief Light were in attendance and said it was a pretty compelling presentation and brings forward many considerations that we as an organization need to embrace. In the future we will be utilizing Target Safety to track fires that folks have been on and we currently use ADSI as well. The discussion also brought forth a number of facts and practices that we as firefighters can utilize to minimize our risk. It was stated that as your body temperature rises five degrees, your pores open up 400% allowing the byproducts of a fire to enter into your body. A change in culture and processes is needed. Here are some other factors to be aware of: -Cross contamination. Bringing your dirty turnouts and equipment into the station. -Not cleaning your turnouts after every structure fire and then putting them in the engine with you. -The importance of taking a shower after every fire and putting a fresh uniform on. -Keeping your full SCBA on during overhaul of a fire. -Keeping your flash hood on at all times, washing it or replacing it after a fire. Much absorption takes place in the area of the neck. - Exhaust Fans In Stations: Chief Essex stated that the exhaust fans that are being installed in each station will begin soon. In addition to new exhaust fans being installed in each of the bays, they will be scrubbing the old exhaust stains and such off of the walls and repainting the bays. This will require help from the crews in that we will have to remove some of the belongings so that they can do so. - Annual Physicals Chief Essex reported that annual physicals are budgeted for. - Bid Policy Has been in place now for 7 or 8 months and working well. Engineer McElwee reported that it seems to work and they have had very minor issues with implementation. Chief Light commented on considering company officers going to a new shift to get a fresh new perspective from their previous shift. Chief Moser commented that at times it can hinder the ability for the Battalion Chiefs to make decisions based on organizational need. The consensus was to bring back some ideas that might work to address some of these issues in hopes of a win/win outcome. - Fire Alarm Intrusion The Prescott Fire Department received a bill for too many burglar alarm responses at our 215 McCormick property. If using this facility, please make sure you know the code to get in and how to utilize the alarm system. - Target Solutions Personnel, their company officer, and the Battalion Chiefs are to be accountable for completing Target Solutions on a monthly basis. Chief Light requested that all personnel get caught up. Chief Light also requested to receive a monthly report from the program manager from here on out. - Use of PFD Gyms Due to the nature of how we acquired much of the equipment in the gyms through the grant process and to allow maximum access to members, consensus was drawn that outside of fire department members, their families, the USFS, police department officers, and PRCC employees, no others shall utilize the gym equipment. Those current city employees that may be using the facility may continue to do so but that number will not be expanded upon. - SOG’s Any member interested in taking on our Standard Operating Guidelines is welcome. With accreditation coming forward, this will be important. We would also like to look at blending our SOG’s with our partner agencies of CYFD and CVFD. - Ballot Measure Fact sheets have been given to all engine companies and stations. We are encouraged to share those fact sheets, but to be sensible about it. It is important that we get the message out by July 27th. We are allowed to talk about what is on the fact sheets only. Division/Battalion Reports: -Bret Lucas presented on behalf of Prevention. He stated that the new McDonald’s on HWY 69 at Frontier Village has been receiving prank calls, one of which had an employee pull the Ansul system and another prank call from someone claiming to be a member of the Prescott Fire Department. These incidents are under investigation. The Prevention division will also be doing occupancy checks on some of the bars downtown soon. -Chief Kriwer reported that Engineer Randy Stazenski will be retiring at the end of the month. He also stated that Firestrong is going well and to please visit the website. He wanted to thank all of those that went to the ARFF training in San Bernardino. There are also still openings for the Arizona State Fire School, so if you are interested, please submit the appropriate paperwork to your supervisor. -Ms. Jaimie Sventek reported that end of year results and outcomes will be coming due and she will send out an e-mail in these regards. -Chief Moser reported that the new heart monitors are very accurate and if the readout states a specific heart problem, it is most likely the case. This is very important information to be utilize and send to YRMC as well. -Chief Essex reported that Ms. Karen Cannizarro submitted a grant for new air packs for the Prescott Fire Department and we were awarded the grant for $450,000 dollars. Great job Karen. Meeting Adjourned at 09:30.

0093_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie - Subject_Staff Meeting Agenda - 05-09-2016 - Planning Meeting Agenda 5-10-2016.pdf:

PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 5/10/16, Time 0815-0915 Location: Station 71 Chiefs Report: City Business New Business: 1) June 30th Anniversary – Event(s) 2) Budget 3) Badge Pinning / Promotional Ceremony - May 12th 4) Kudos Open Forum Follow- Up Items

0094_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie - Subject_Staff Meeting Agenda - 01-17-2018 - Planning Meeting Agenda 1-18-2018.pdf:

PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 1/18/17, Time 0815-0915 Location: Station 71 Chiefs Report: City Business New Business: 1) Big Brothers Big Sisters Presentation 2) ITS/Communications Issues 3) 2-3 Year Fire Chief Vision 4) GMIHC 5-Year Memorial Planning Needs 5) AFG and Other Grant Opportunities Priorities 6) Community Paramedicine 7) Kudos Open Forum Follow- Up Items 1) 2)

0095_Sender_Archer,Jeffrey - Subject_Fireline Medics - 01-04-2015 -1206 fire line medic policy.docx.pdf - FIRELINE PARAMEDICINE.ppt - Inventory.xlsx.dat - PFD Wildland Equipment Contract.pdf: (repeat)

0098_Sender_McElwee,Travis - FirstRecipient_Moser - Subject_Multiple bids open - 02-04-2017

02-04-2017 PFD Station Assignments copy copy.xlsx.dat

0099_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie - Subject_Staff Meeting Agenda - 01-09-2017 - Planning Meeting Agenda 1-10-2017.pdf:

PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 1/10/17, Time 0815-0915 Location: Station 71 Chiefs Report: City Business New Business: 1) ITS/Communications Issues 2) Seamless Docs (PDF documents to Web-based forms) 3) Kudos Open Forum Follow- Up Items 1) Remembrance Rescue Project 2) Lexipol – Updating Policy Manual 3) Firefighter Core Temperature’s During Fire Suppression Scientific Study – Dr. Donald Shaw, Franklin Pierce University 4) Auxiliary Fire Corps

0100_Sender_Patrick Mason - fire shelter order - 08-10-2018


finally I am sleepy- good night - 3:33 PM 8/4/20- I tried to stay up but I am heavy-lidded faded out. Have a good night. Be safe.


19 hours, 38 minutes and 38 seconds...81.85% of a 24 hour day, I slept on the couch. Never once awaking to start the day but I did drink aloe / celery /cucumber slosh then use bathroom then drink then back to sleep heavily in that almost 20 hours drank a gallon and a half so 'hydrated' but I am in 'sleep potion' mode.


I checked and answered some City of Prescott PRRs which are two weeks to being completed on many. I had to share where I reside currently and we all know from the blog I went from doing the Payson College Instructor to then more Instructor Classes then the COVID 19 Phase with Dude Fire Interviews and minimal public outings except the Embassy for my Bday July 1st and the normal Houston restaurant for dinner ( it is like visiting ol' friends when I get to go there ) and visited with Beale Monday

( NIMO Operations Section Chief ) at the Embassy lounge on my birthday all grunge and feeling ugh and drank a Ginger Ale.

I have not left the property since my Birthday here trying to get well but it has really been tough. I was planning to go out of state not too far away and that may be cancelled. I really want to be well for a few weeks after before I see anyone or go anywhere. And well, I am in pain. Sleep helps to not be awake with pain. I am forcing myself up right now as my hubby sent this to me saying like this:

Yes, like that.


It is 8-5-20 1:45 PM and I am going to have some trader joe tuna in water - 2 pinches with nothing but diced cucumbers to see if it stays down. (Happy 1st Bdays this week and today to some) Let me pause and get my Vitamin C with rose hips and Zinc and such going then be back here.


just went back to sleep at 1:45 PM and just got up at 3:33 PM and now eat the tuna with cucumber, celery, slice of tomato and avocado that someone else told me he was doing but he went out and never came back. Oh well. I can make it. Maybe they forgot. ???

0100_Sender_Patrick Mason - fire shelter order - 08-10-2018 - WILDLAND Products Flyer 2010.pdf: 2010 Fire Line Gear Flyer

Weckworth Manufacturing, Inc. 800-533-8368 Call TODAY!

0100_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie -Subject_Staff Meeting Agenda July 29 - 07-28-2014 - Planning Meeting Agenda 7-29-2014.pdf:

PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Date 7/29/14, Time 0815-0915 Location: Station 71 Chiefs Report: City Business New Business: 1) Reserve Type I Engine Storage Options 2) Flag Donations – Fire Stations and Engines 3) Memorial Attendance – Colorado Springs, CO & Emmitsburg, MD 4) ARFF Meeting 5) Kudos Open Forum Follow- Up Items

0101_Sender_Archer,Jeffrey - FirstRecipient_Beyea - Subject_Wildland Quals - 01-15-2018 - qualification flowchart.pdf: (already on here)

0101_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie - Subject_Staff Meeting Minutes - 10-20-2014 - Planning Meeting Minutes 10-14-2014.pdf:

PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT

PLANNING MEETING Date 10/14/14, Time 0815-0900

Location: Station 71

Present: Dennis Light, Dave Essex, Don Devendorf, Eric Kriwer, Ted Ralston, Dan Morgan, Dan Bauman, Matt

Dorner, Travis Epperson, Jaimie Sventek.

Recorder: Ted Ralston

Chiefs Report: Chief Light met with the area chiefs regarding ADSi/Records Management and PRCC.

The Department needs to have good representation from B shift on the benefits focus group.

Special Presentation: City Manager McConnell discussed the FY15 budget and the general fund challenges. It is

anticipated that there will be a combined $300,000 loss to the general fund. The City Manager wants to get back to

careers, not just jobs, with a 10-year vision on positions. The City Manager stressed that the pension issues are not

our fault.

The employee turnover rate is at 16% over the last year.

The City Manager stated that sales tax is the only way to increase the revenue for the general fund. An educational

push is needed to get public support for a tax initiative.

Human Resources Director Mary Jacobsen spoke about the Time/Attendance system. Due to the Affordable Care Act

(ACA), there needs to be a system that will account for employees’ hours, hour by hour. The ACA will affect part-time

employees. The system will possibly be up and running next year.

Educational assistance is anticipated in next year’s budget.

New Business:

1. Ebola Precautions

The item is tabled until the next staff meeting.

2. Fireline/Back Country Packs

The item is tabled until the next staff meeting.

3. Kudos

The item is tabled until the next staff meeting.

Open Forum

None

Follow- Up Items

None at the time

Meeting adjourned at 9:00AM

0102_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie - Subject_Planning Meeting Minutes - 11-13-2015 - Planning Meeting Minutes 11-10-2015.pdf:

PRESCOTT FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANNING MEETING Minutes Date 11/10/15, Time 0815-0915 Location: Station 71 In Attendance: Chief Light, Cory Moser, Don Devendorf, Ralph Lucas, Scott Leudeman, Jaimie Sventek, Dave Essex, Dan Bauman, Tim Herrington, Conrad Jackson, Adam Julien Chiefs Report: Report from IT is that our ‘R’ drive on the computer is running out of space and they have requested that we try and remove files that we can. All personnel should move personal files on the R drive to their personal Q drive. When using the ‘Q’ drive you must log on to computer as yourself. It is the only way to access that drive and is also better protected. New Business: EMS QA/QI – EMS reports are being looked at for trends, notes need to be legible and medics should always document ALS calls. Medications need to be documented fully; who gave them, what dose, time, route, evaluation after giving meds (what affect did the meds have on the patient), AND reassessment of patient condition. Budget Planning – City council decision of freezing 3 FF positions is likely. Council’s intent is to look at compensation study in January. We should start looking at Capital needs for the next fiscal year. Group Homes – City council priority to continue to document accurately contacts connected to group homes. Employee Recognition – Captain Bauman submitted written policy to be placed into policy manual after it has been reviewed by Staff. Open Forum Base Hospital doubling costs of drug boxes. EMS agencies are also being charged for drugs dispensed to patients in the field. ARFF Engineer requirements were brought up and are to be reviewed by staff. Sta. 73 staffing of ARFF certified Engineers only and FF also an acting Engineer were some of the items brought up. Fire Station rehab moving forward with COP Facilities division. New flooring, Kitchen cabinets at Sta. 71 are in the immediate plans. Sta. 71 Truck co. bay concrete to be replaced (with floor drain), beginning soon, December 7th start date for the concrete project. During that time, T71 will be moved to Sta. 75 while Haz Mat rig will be housed at Sta. 58. New Haz Mat rig is on schedule to be delivered in April. Fire Dept. physicals budget request will go before City Council November 24th. If approved, tentative start date for physicals will be sometime in January. Follow- Up Items

0103_Sender_Light,Dennis - Subject_Fuels Reduction Presentation to Mayor and Council - 03-26-2015 - Community Wildfire Fuels Reduction - March 26 2015 -FINAL.pptx.pdf:

Fuels Reduction in the Wildland-Urban Interface to Enhance Firewise Community Safety Fiscal Year 2016 Budget Workshop #2 March 26, 2015

37 pages pdf - pull your own PRR to read it.

0103_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie-Subject_GMIHC Ceremony of Remembrance Invitation June 30th 05-30-2018 - GMIHC Ceremony of Remembrance Invitation 2018.pdf:

In honor of e Granite Mountain Hotshots, the United Yavapai Fireghters Local 3066 is holding a Ceremony of Remembrance. Commencing at 9:00am Saturday, June 30th, 2018 Arizona Pioneers’ Home Cemetery 1300 Iron Springs Road Prescott, Arizona 86301 We hope you can attend. Please park at Walmart parking lot on Gail Gardner – Free shuttle available starting at 8AM.

0104_Sender_McElwee,Travis - FirstRecipient_Archer - Subject_All Current Bids Closed - 11-30-2015 - Copy of 11-30-2015 PFD Station Assignments.pdf:

Please "pay attention" to above image - has names right- but the 2013 one they not only redacted it all except Troy's name and I asked for it unredacted, appealed it, closed then started a new PRR to have it closed so if some of you who has 2013 list- please share it to me, it matters. This is one area that will be outlined wit the Arizona State Ombudsman, Garone. See:

0105_Sender_Archer,Jeffrey -Subject_RE_ Peter Piper Pizza Summer kids Days - 05-05-2014 - Peter Piper.docx.pdf:

Special Event Notification Peter Piper Kids Day EVENT REQUEST DETAILS PFD PERSONNEL One Engine – Pub Ed SHIFT C DATE 6/10/2014 TIME 1000-1100 LOCATION Peter Piper Pizza – Frontier Village

0105_Sender_Light,Dennis FW_ 2018 Prescott Basin Operations Plan-Agency Approval Request - 12-20-2018 - 2018 Basin Ops Front Page.pdf - 2018 Prescott Basin Ops Plan_.docx.pdf - Basin Ops Record of Changes.docx.pdf:

24 pages it is- pull your own PRR- here is first page:

0106_Sender_Moser,Cory - Subject_Engineer Testing - 09-20-2017 - Engineer Test Announcement Oct 2017.pdf:

ANNOUNCEMENT OF PROMOTIONAL OPPORTUNITY FIRE ENGINEER - IN HOUSE Pay Range: 71 Pay Range: $18.04 - $25.25 per hour plus benefits FLSA Status: Non exempt – eligible for overtime (56 Hour Work Week) Qualifications, Training & Experience: Successful completion of probation as full-time Prescott Firefighter and 1.5 years of service, Must have completed both the Acting Engineer section and Promotional section of the Prescott Fire Department Engineer Position Task Book by the promotional application due date. Special Requirements: Must fulfill the requirements for the position of Firefighter. All Prescott Fire Department Engineers will maintain the qualifications of ARFF Engineer. This will include the assigned 40-hour Prescott Fire Department ARFF Training Modules or equivalent and associated live fire training as required by local, state, and federal law. All Engineers will be required to maintain ARFF qualifications and be ready to work as the ARFF Engineer as needed. Essential Duties: Assigned to Engine or Ladder Companies. Responsible for the safe and efficient operation of assigned apparatus. Shall be skilled in the application of the principals of hydraulics for the provision of adequate water supplies at appropriate pressures at the fire scene and shall maintain proficiency in the operation of all fire department apparatus. Responsible for maintaining the operating condition of all assigned apparatus and equipment as assigned. Work requires the exercise of initiative and independent judgment in the operation and care of equipment and in the performance of firefighting and rescue activities. Tasks: Follow Administrative and Operating Procedures. Effectively operate apparatus at an emergency scene. Inspect assigned apparatus and equipment for proper operation. Assist in the cleaning of the station, grounds and equipment. Keep own assigned apparatus clean and maintained in good operating order. Make minor repairs to equipment on apparatus as needed. Help in any specific projects in and around the station. Keep records and logs as required; record in logbook appropriate information as described by Fire Department procedures. Under emergency response conditions, demonstrate the legal and safe driving, positioning and operation of assigned fire apparatus. Interact with the public in a positive manner that exemplifies the Fire Department’s mission. Perform the duties of a Firefighter. Provide Fire Engineer training to other personnel. Knowledge, Skills, and Other Characteristics: Comprehensive knowledge of: fire service hydraulics and pump theory, size of mains, hydrant locations and available fire flows; all state laws pertaining to the operation of emergency vehicles; the geography of the City and Fire District streets, hydrants and other alternative water supplies; equipment carried on apparatus in the department. Skill in: making minor repairs and adjustments to equipment; identifying the common causes of routine vehicle and engine failure and to demonstrate preventive measures for such failures; operating all apparatus in a safe and efficient manner; reading and interpreting documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals; writing routine reports and correspondence; speaking effectively before groups of customers or employees of organizations; calculating figures and amounts such as proportions, area, circumference and volume; applying concepts of basic algebra and geometry; applying common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral or diagram form; dealing with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations. Physical ability: sufficient to meet the qualifications of N.F.P.A. 1002. Selection Process: Practical Test: October 23 & 24, 2017 Practical test may include a Driving Test, Vehicle Check Exercise, and a Pumping evolution exercise. Candidates who successfully complete the practical and driving test will be invited to an oral board. Oral Board Examination: October 26, 2017 Candidates who successfully complete the testing process will be placed on a promotional eligibility list. Chief’s Final Interview: October 30, 2017 Candidates deemed promotable upon completion of Oral Boards will be invited to this phase. The Promotional list will be good for at least 1 year. If at any time the list is dissolved prior to the 1 year period; we will conduct promotional testing. Deadline: Resumes must be received by 5:00 PM October 13, 2017 To apply, please visit the Job Postings link under the HR and Benefits section on the Employee Portal. Email: hr@prescott-az.gov Posted: September 20, 2017 For additional information contact Division Chief Cory Moser at 928-777

0107_Sender_Ben Roche - FirstRecipient_Aaron Hulburd - Subject_2_4_19 Meeting - 01-30-2019 - 1_9_19 Meeting_Minutes.docx.pdf - 12_6_18_Meeting_Minutes.docx.pdf - image001.jpg -:

Prescott Basin Minutes 1.9.2019 1300 PRCC Prescott Basin Ops Group Prescott Basin Ops Plan Discussion Reviewed current plan submitted by tiffany. A few clerical errors being corrected. Discussion about Response Model and past problems of Type 6 Engines being called Patrols. Also discussion about the Group 3 Channel 8 process. A third process needs to be developed for areas of response that Channel 8 may not work. Conclusions Patrols are a local reference and should be communicated to other agencies as a Type 6 Engine. Incoming detailers should be briefed that our Patrols are T6 Engines. Action Items Person Deadline County Plan Wording Radio Map Overlay Jeff Archer Dave Legge TBD View Point Fire Review Discussion Review of View Point Fire. Communications on “Basin Group” went very well. Conclusions Identified some training issues with Point Protection. Will be trained on during quarterly training. Action Items Person Deadline None Prescott Basin Minutes Basin Geographical Definition Discussion Need to Identify a rough boundary of what the Basin is and where the Basin Group Frequencies work. Have a plan of other frequencies and or groups that will be used in areas outside of the determined Basin. Conclusions Jeff Archer will work on county plan wording Dave Legge will work on map overlay of coverage Action Items Person Deadline See Conclusions Communications Update Discussion Discussion of Prescott Basin Group Frequencies. Conclusions State fire would like to use their TAC 2 instead of their TAC 1. Awaiting any other frequency changes to determine if reprograming is necessary. Action Items Person Deadline None Prescott Basin Minutes 2019 Drill Discussion Possible dates. 1st Pick April 4&5 2nd Pick April 11&12 3rd Pick March 28&29 Conclusions Trainee Positions- Cooperators have priority Will provide lunches Drill will consist of: Briefing Dispatching of Fire Live Drill Mock MIR Action Items Person Deadline None Prescott Basin Minutes Prescott Basin Dispatch Group Review of Agency’s Participation Discussion General discussion on which agencies will be part of the rotation for off district assignments through AIDC. Conclusions Agencies participating: Mayer Prescott CAFMA Groom Creek Action Items Person Deadline Submit number of each resource for rotations. All 3/1/19 Issues between AZ Dispatch & PRCC Discussion Discussion of ordering process from AIDC to PRCC. Conclusions ADFFM has a 30-minute limit to have an order filled. BC’s need to give an immediate reply for requests, ultimately whatever is listed with PRCC as available for off district assignments should be a true number. AIDC is requesting that we have a reportable number daily. Action Items Person Deadline Create new Google Sheet for Draw Down Levels Prescott Basin Minutes Next Meeting 2/4/19 1300hrs PRCC / Attendees Name: Agency: Ben Roché Central AZ Fire Jake Guadiana AZ DFFM Tiffany Chiaravallaoti YC Emergency Management Jonah Van Tuyl Central AZ Fire Tony Frazier Central AZ Fire Roger Nusbaum Walker Fire Dave Legge Central AZ Fire Hugh Valley YC Emergency Management Tom Haney MFD Jeff Archer PFD Matt Alexander AZ DFFM Walter Rosas AZ DFFM Billie Denike PRCC Carrie Zanbierno PRCC

Prescott Basin Minutes 12.6.2018 1300 Prescott Fire Center Prescott Basin Ops Group PNF Update on Positions Discussion • Jeff Andrews- R3 Detail • Aaron Hulburd- Depute Fire Staff • Alanna English- FMO Prescott Also updated contact list for entire group. Action Items Person Deadline None 2018 Drill Review & 2019 Planning Discussion General consensus was drill went well and would like to repeat a similar drill for 2019 Conclusions • County has budgeted money for lunches, needs a head count 30 days prior • Date for the drill? Possibly earlier in the year before seasonal employees are hired • Pairing FS with VFD • All dispatches involved • Incident within incident- 9 Line demonstration • Alternates for positions • LEO direct involvement Action Items Person Deadline None Prescott Basin Minutes Agenda Topic Discussion Conclusions Action Items Person Deadline Prescott Basin Minutes Prescott Basin Dispatch Group Review of 2018 Season Discussion Needed general discussion of how the season and rotation procedure went with the covered agencies. No members present from PRCC to discuss with. Will bring to next meeting. Items to Discuss: • Review of 2018 • Needs • Issues and areas of improvement • Identify Members and Departments Involved Conclusions None Action Items Person Deadline Table for next meeting Attendees Name: Agency: Ben Roché Central AZ Fire Jake Guadiana AZ DFFM Josh Nuttall PNF Mike Wallace PNF Tiffany Chiaravallaoti YC Emergency Management Jonah Van Tuyl Central AZ Fire Tony Frazier Central AZ Fire Roger Nusbaum Walker Fire Dave Legge Central AZ Fire Hugh Valley YC Emergency Management Aaron Hulburd PNF Tom Haney MFD Jeff Archer PFD

And again the redundant image:

0110_Sender_Light,Dennis -FW_ 2018 Prescott Basin Operations Plan-Agency Approval Request - 12-11-2018 - 2018 Basin Ops Front Page.pdf - 2018 Prescott Basin Ops Plan_.docx.pdf - Basin Ops Record of Changes.docx.pdf (repeat- shown earlier)

00110_Sender_Sventek,Jaimie Subject_Planning Meeting Minutes - 09-17-2014 - Staff Meeting Minutes 9-16-14.docx.dat:


0112_Sender_Microsoft Outlook Subject_Undeliverable_ Active911 Shift Changes - 02-24-2020 - Active911 Shift Changes.pdf - Attach 1:



8:26 PM 8-5-20 I am going to eat some cucumbers and watch some raw footage of a shark attack so come back on later - pause - publish


6-22-13 1:29pm Chris MacKenzie IMG_0869 

Source: Yavapai County Records/SAIT Report/Documents.

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