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Community Programs Office
The Community Programs Office provides educational opportunities to the community to reduce the number and severity of fires and injuries. Each program focuses on a set of objectives that is relevant to the age group being taught from school age child to the senior citizen, to reduce known causes of fire, injury and fatalities.
If you have any questions, please call the Fire and Life Safety Division at 804-318-8342 or email Kenneth Mitchell.
Chesterfield File of Life
The Chesterfield File of Life program is a community-wide medical information program that provides residents a document to complete with their current medical information including prescriptions taken, medical history, allergies, etc. The document gives first responders access to pertinent medical information to immediately begin the best possible treatment, notify loved ones, and pass this vital data on to awaiting physicians at the emergency department. References: File of Life. (2019) folife.org.
Fire & Life Safety House
Read about the Fire and EMS Department's fully operational training/teaching simulator.
Fire Extinguisher Simulator
The fire extinguisher simulator is a great way to learn the proper handling and use of a fire extinguisher without the danger and mess.
The Community Programs Section provides educational opportunities to the community in an effort to reduce the number and severity of fires and injuries.
Smoke Alarm Program
Find information about Chesterfield County's Smoke Alarm Program.
Youth Fire Setter Prevention
Read about the Youth Fire Setter Prevention program used by the Fire and EMS Department.