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Of the 15,000 .gov emails revealed from the Ashley Madison hack, at least one is from the Houston Fire Department. ...
Fire chief: "The Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department will not tolerate committing or inciting violence against law enforcement officers." ...
The petition was launched on the heels of N.Y.’s minimum wage increase to $15 per hour for fast food workers, which is more than what many public safety workers are paid. ...
A paramedic's powerful Facebook post slammed complaints against fast food workers earning the same $15 per hour as him after New York raised minimum wage. ...
In response to a comment about a video showing firefighters being stabbed, he posted: "Sadly, I will delay treatment for more of them as well." ...
Reputation-management expert will explore strategies on how to address and prevent bad firefighter behavior from entering your firehouse ...
Firefighter: "All I can ask is just please forgive me. I was wrong for my actions and it will not happen again." ...
Heritage, hate or both, it doesn't belong on display when operating as a member of the fire department. ...
A photo shows the man posing for a cell phone picture in front of a multi-vehicle crash where responders freed a woman with a leg injury ...
Fire departments should find the balance between vigilance and intrusion when considering a candidate's social media history. ...
Joseph Cassano, 26, insisted he has seen the error of his "very ignorant and very immature" ways ...
He read on Facebook about a person donating a large sum of money to the victims, so he said 'This person ought to be praised for his good deed' ...
A report found the fire service had a toxic workplace culture that was hostile toward women, which led to the resignation of a long-serving fire chief ...
Volunteer firefighter Kurtis Cook wrote that Charleston church shooter, Dylann Roof, "needs to be praised for the good deed he has done" ...
The department is the first in the Indianapolis area to use the Periscope app to give live video updates from a scene. ...
At the center of a the controversy are a Facebook post she made that the administration deemed racist and her claim that fire stations were unsafe. ...
Maintaining civility isn't about adhering to political correctness; it is vital to running an effective fire department. ...
Fire investigator Crystal Eschert was fired for violating the department's social media policy after posting about Ferguson on her Facebook account ...
The absence of a unified command center early on, being misled by social media and communication with crews provided valuable insight on better handling future protests ...
Use these tips as the framework for a social media and digital imagery policy ...