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Nixa Fire Protection District
Fire Fighter / Driver Operator
Years of public service:
14 (10 Volunteer, 4 Paid)
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Back to the basics. Personel Safety.
Professional Qualifications:
FF 1&2, EMT-B, Fire Officer 1, Instructor 1, Aerial/Pumping Apparatus Operator, Trench Rescue Tech and Reserve Deputy Sheriff.
I have been with the Nixa Fire Protection District since August 1994. Starting as a Cadet / Rookie Fire Fighter. Hired full time in June of 2005 as a General Services Tech then promoted through the Prevention Bureau as an Inspector. Began shift work October 2006 as Driver Operator. Currently aspiring to be a Company Officer. I am a POST certified Deputy Sheriff for the Christian County Sheriffs Department and have experience in Corrections, Dispatching, Patrol and Narcotic Investigations. I have lived and served in Christian County throughout my career.
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At 11:05am on March 6, 2008, Bobby Halton said…
Thanks Scott
I hope you enjoy the site! I will see you back at the fire college next year! Are you coming to FDIC?

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