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Lakes Region Mutual Fire Aid Emergency Communications Center
2016 Year End Statistics
Fourth Quarter 2016 Statistics
Number of incidents = 5,916
Radio transmissions = 62,216
Emergency phones = 7,642
Admin phones = 4,885
This breaks down on a daily basis to 64 incidents per day and 11 radio transmissions for each incident, or 676 per day on average. Along with the emergency incidents we answered / made 53 calls on the administrative lines and 83 calls on the emergency phones per day.
YEAR TOTALS END TOTALS 2016
Number of incidents = 25,039
Radio transmissions = 270,746
Emergency phones = 30,289
Admin phones = 20,577
This breaks down on a daily basis to 69 incidents per day and 11 radio transmissions for each incident, or 742 per day on average. Along with the emergency incidents we answered / made 56 calls on the administrative lines and 83 calls on the emergency phones per day.
Overall the communication center has seen a 6% increase in incident volume from the previous year 2015. Staffing has remained the same as previous years and the center continues to increase in incident volume. Great job by all dispatchers, full-time and per-diem.
The communications center staff completed many other behind the scenes requests for service. These items are typically done during regular dispatcher shift rotations.
1,518 – Fire alarm boxes taken in and out of service for repair.
Radios, pagers programed
Accountability ID’s created
Several specific department reports from the CAD system
CAD response table and mapping changes
SCBA FIT Testing
New hire dispatcher training, full-time and per-diem
Dispatcher continuing education programs
Thank you to Dispatcher Chris Reynolds for producing this record.
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4th Quarter 2016 Issue Now Available
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Summer Storms Keeps LRMFA Communications Center Busy
Yesterday July 23rd the LRMFA system experienced a quick but rather strong storm that passed through late in the afternoon. At 1715 hours the LRMFA communications center started to receive calls about wires and trees that were down. As the storm intensified, so did the call volume at the communications center. During the time period between 1715 hours and 1800 hours the communications center processed and dispatched a total of 122 incidents as this was the time period at the height of the storm. The communications center processed a total of 165 incidents during a 2 hour 45 min period that was the duration of the storm. During the storm there were only a couple of significant incidents. 1 electrical fire, 2 water rescues, and the others were wires, and trees down, and some of which were on houses and vehicles. The LRMFA communications center is also backup for the Capital Area communications center and we received several back up calls for them. After the storm was over there was some residual notifications of trees and wires that were down that continued into the next day. There was one report of a tornado that had been seen and touched down in the Alexandria area, but that has not been confirmed as of yet.
Total incidents during the storm – 165
Total emergency phone calls during the storm – 178
Total administrative phone calls during the storm – 94
Total radio transmissions during the storm – 499
The storm activity was handled by the off coming day shift, incoming night shift, and one other dispatcher for a total of 5 dispatchers.
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