Reports and Studies
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Clayton Fire Department 2011 Annual Report - Published Date November, 2012
This document serves as an overview of goals, objectives and accomplishments for the fire department for fiscal year 2011.
Standards of Cover - Published Date Mach, 2010
The following report serves as the Clayton Fire Department “Integrated Rick Management Plan: Standards of Cover” document. The Center for Fire Accreditation International (CFAI) defines the process, known as “deployment analysis,” as written procedures which determine the distribution and concentration of fixed and mobile resources of an organization. The purpose of completing such a document is to assist our agency in ensuring a safe and effective response force for fire suppression, emergency medical services, and specialty response situations in addition to homeland security issues.
Customer Centered Strategic Plan - Published Date 2009
This document is a compilation of ideas generated from the Clayton Fire Department Strategic Planning process. The strategic planning group consisted of City administration, a Clayton Police Department representative, and Clayton Fire Department administrative staff, officers and labor representatives. All parties came together with the common goal to establish a document that will guide us for the next three to five years. We are focused on providing the best service possible to our community, while ensuring that the range and depth of services provided are what citizens and visitors expect from the Clayton Fire Department.
Feasibility Analysis Report - Published Date March, 2011
This report provides an overview of concept of consolidation of command and support staff between Clayton and Maplewood, Missouri fire departments.
Regional Fire Services Study - Published Date November, 2009
This report details a Regional Fire and Emergency Services Master Plan for the cities of Clayton, Maplewood, Olivette, Richmond Heights and University City, Missouri.
Command Staff Cooperative Efforts Feasibility Study - Published Spring/Summer 2014
The cities of Brentwood, Clayton, Glendale, Maplewood, and Rock Hill cooperatively engaged Emergency Services Consulting International (ESCI) to provide a review of each city’s fire department staffing practices and evaluate the potential for future cooperative efforts among the departments’ administrative components.