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Jay Ruoff
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  • Littleton, CO
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Lives in:
Highlands Ranch, CO
Littleton Fire Rescue
Bureau Chief
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Officer Development
Engineer Development
Professional Qualifications:
Officer Certification
Topics you provide training for:
Areas of expertise:
Incident Command
35 years in service
Served in all ranks(FF, PM, Lt, Cpt, BC, Division Chief, Bureau Chief
Instructed at FDIC, FIDIC West
Delivered Lessons Learned fro the Columbine Tragedy at FDIC

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At 2:23am on February 28, 2009, Drew Smith said…

Hope all is well. 20 years ago we had you our to the Glenview Naval Air Station to do a two-day trench shoring class (the old way-with 4x4s). Well, they closed the base in 1992 and we have been converting 20 of the 1200 acres into a public safety academy. If you are curiuous our site is There are also some good birdseye photos on Thanks for the class 20 years ago-it had a huge affect our our fledging tech rescue team which has grown to 95 career members from 17 departments and operates a dedicated heavy rescue and 16-ft trailer for rope, con-space, trench and structural collapse.

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