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The Chester County Fire Police Association exists to: promote the general improvement of the fire police service of to the Chester County fire companies and communities they serve, gather and share information beneficial to all fire police, promote the welfare of the fire police through legislative enactments, and promote interest in improving the fire police service of the fire companies and to create a feeling of good will and fellowship among our members. Organized November 18, 1949.  Chartered January 19, 1965.

 

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2013 Awards Picnic MVA on route 3 Ron Miller
Who Are Fire Police

Fire Police are dedicated volunteers who respond to emergencies providing traffic and scene control protecting other responders and the public at fires, auto accidents, and other emergencies. Initial Fire Police training is about 40 hours and includes traffic incident scene management, crowd control, HazMat awareness, and several NIMS(National Incident Management System) classes. The Fire Police are vital to the effective operation of Firefighters, EMTs, and the police department at an incident.

Presentation on Act 122 - Non-Emergency Special Event Services For Volunteer Fire Police Officers
Presentation on Act 122 - Non-Emergency Special Event Services For Volunteer Fire Police Officers

We have received many questions surrounding Fire Police Special Events. We invited Bob Hall and Scott Piersol to present. Great discussion and learning oppurtunity!
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PA's New 'Move Over' Law Goes Into Effect 4/27/2021
PA's New 'Move Over' Law Goes Into Effect 4/27/2021

The new law increases fines and other punitive measures for motorists who don't drive safely around emergency responders and road crews.... read more

Move Over, Slow Down
Move Over, Slow Down

Pennsylvania’s Move Over Law requires drivers to slow down and move into a lane not next to an emergency response area when an emergency vehicle has its lights flas... read more

Upcoming Events
Sunday March 5 14:00 (Chester County Public Safety Training Campus)
- CCFPA Meeting

Sunday May 7 14:00 (Chester County Public Safety Training Campus)
- Meeting - Picnic
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