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Jeremy Rebok
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  • Chambersburg, PA
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Lives in:
Chambersburg PA
Department:
Picatinny Arsenal Fire and Emergency Services
Title/rank:
Assistant Fire Chief / Operations
Years of public service:
24
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
We are currently facing funding issues for professional development and standard training requirements.
Professional Qualifications:
-Associates of Arts and Science Degree in Building Construction Technology
-CPSE Designated Fire Officer
-CPSE Designated Chief Fire Officer
-MIFireE
-Fire Officer IV
-Fire Service Instructor II
Topics you provide training for:
Engine Company Operations
Leadership Initiatives for Success
Water Supply
NIMS
NFPA 1021 Curriculum
Areas of expertise:
Apparatus Specifications / Authoring Bids
PPE Specifications
Leadership Initiatives
NIMS
Incident Command
Engine Company Operations
Organizational Structure
Bio:
Jeremy is a past volunteer chief officer, serving 11 years as a Deputy and Assistant Chief. Jeremy currently serves as Assistant Fire Chief of Operations at Picatinny Arsenal Fire and Emergency Services, NJ. Jeremy holds an Associate of Arts Degree in Building Construction Technology from the Pennsylvania College of Technology. Jeremy is a part time Fire Instructor / Consultant for Trident Training Specialists, and a Certified Speaker and Instructor for John Maxwell's Leadership program. Chief Rebok is a designated CFO, FO, and a Member of Institute of Fire Engineers, serving as a member on the education committee.

Jeremy Rebok's Blog

The Power of the Fire Service

A few weeks ago, I had the humbling experience to be part of a new theory developed by a local volunteer fire company. Colonial Park Volunteer Fire Company, PA., is an all volunteer organization being led by disciplined, energetic, and talented young firemen who want to make a difference for tomorrow. This inspirational group of Company Officers and Firemen decided to develop a mini FDIC in their own backyard; offering and delivering some of the best classes and instruction over a 3 day…

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Posted on November 7, 2016 at 6:37pm

The Precise and Accurate Debate...There is no Blanket Approach

Yes, I am going to go down this road after not writing in quite some time. I am utterly disgusted with articles and bantering I have read on social media these past few weeks. I have also been made aware of childish acts to gain attention that certain "so-called" leaders in the fire service (as they call themselves) viscously react in a manner against the very own words they wrote about themselves in their published books. 

Precision is being on point based on facts, and what brought…

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Posted on May 19, 2016 at 6:41am

There is "NO" Replacement

As I ventured to NYC last week to assist a fellow Chief Officer, I happened to message Lt. Doug Mitchell to see if he was on duty; figuring I would pay a visit since it's been a while since we talked. His relpy to me was simple...and it read "I am taking a class today, always a student." I cannot tell you how refreshing it was to see that message, and really got me to thinking about a comment that was made to me a while back after returning from a training seminar. I happened to take a 3 day…

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Posted on December 13, 2015 at 1:54pm

Remind Yourself What You Stand For...

Collaborative efforts for organizational efficiency and effectiveness are a must in today's society. Business practices that once worked for an organization may not necessarily work today. For many years, we have been transitioning our organizations over to computers, GIS mapping software, new and innovative 911 alerting systems, and now web-based reporting programs that are being developed by firemen...for firemen.…

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Posted on August 17, 2015 at 9:45am

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