Chain of Command

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Dante Rivera
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Chain of Command

Post by Dante Rivera » Sat May 20, 2017 5:18 pm

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CITY OF LOS SANTOS • EAST VINEWOOD BLVD, DOWNTOWN LOS SANTOS • LOS SANTOS, SAN ANDREAS

Chain of Command
The Chain of Command is put in place solely to smoothen the information on who you should contact, should you be in need of something, or wish to report something.

If there's an issue with the unit you're part of, report to your unit leader, if that doesn't work, speak with the divisional leader.
Should there be an issue with breach of policy or wrongdoing of a FireFighter and a superior isn't available, you should report to Internal Affairs, through their contact form. However, you should always follow the Chain of Command before you refer yourself to Internal Affairs.


How it exactly works:

Taking an example that your current rank is an FF/EMT, you experience a situation on a call with one of the Probationaries, you don't like how the Probationary handled, so you report this to the Incident Commander which is mostly a Lieutenant. In case you can't find a Lieutenant, you can reach out to a Captain, or anyone higher in case those two listed ranks are unavailable.

The Chain Of Command is listed below.

Academy Students
Recruitment & Training Command

Probationary FF/EMT
Lieutenant

FF/EMT (All Paygrades)
Lieutenant

FF/Paramedic (All Paygrades)
Captain

Lieutenant
Captain

Captain
Battalion Chief

Battalion Chief
Deputy Chief

Deputy Chief
Fire Chief

Fire Chief
CPQL Internal Affairs
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