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In Kansas, a person stating they are a parent may leave their baby that is 45 days old or younger in the hands of staff at a fire station, city or county health department, or medical care facility (K.S.A. 38-2282). In Leawood, the fire stations are a Safe Haven for Newborns. For more information on the program, dial 2-1-1 or ...

www.leawood.org/fire/meetstaff.aspx

Meet the Fire Chief. Deputy Chief of Operations. Wayne Harder. (913) 266-0602. Email Deputy Chief of Operations Meet the Ops Deputy Chief. Deputy Chief of Administration. Colin Fitzgerald. (913) 266-0606. Email Deputy Chief of Administration · Meet the Admin Deputy Chief. Shift Commanders. 12701 Mission Road.

www.leawood.org/fire/firemarshal.aspx

Gene Hunter began his career with the Leawood Fire Department and rose through the ranks to Fire Marshal in the early 1990's. Chief Hunter earned a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Kansas and an Associate's of Fire Prevention from Johnson County Community College. Chief Hunter has been a member and ...

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In addition, automatic and mutual aid agreements with surrounding jurisdictions allows the Leawood Fire Department to receive immediate support from other agencies in Johnson County and the surrounding Kansas City metropolitan area during a major event or when all Leawood units are engaged. The Fire Department ...

www.leawood.org/fire/facilities.aspx

The City of Leawood has three fire stations, which are identified with a numbering system used throughout Johnson County. The first number (3) indicates a Leawood fire station and the second number indicates the station. Station 31 - 9609 Lee Blvd. Fire Station #1. Fire Station #31 was constructed in 1949 and is located ...

www.leawood.org/fire/emergencymedicalops.aspx

The Leawood Fire Department has been responding to emergency medical calls in the City of Leawood since the fire department was organized in 1949. Fire Chief Brook Beatty had ... Today, every Leawood firefighter and officer is required to be certified by the State of Kansas as an Emergency Medical Technician. Anyone ...

www.leawood.org/fire/hazardousmaterialsops.aspx

In Leawood, we are fortunate to have several Hazardous Materials Teams in surrounding jurisdictions throughout the Kansas City metropolitan area, that can respond to a hazardous materials incident if necessary. The Overland Park Fire Department has the closest team and is also one of twelve regional Hazardous ...

www.leawood.org/fire/firepreventionspecialist.aspx

Leawood, Kansas 66224 (913) 266-0608 frankh@leawood.org. Fire Inspector Frank Herrick's picture. After retiring from the Clayton, Missouri Fire Department, Captain Frank Herrick joined the Leawood Fire Department in February 2008. Captain Herrick served 22 years as a Firefighter-Paramedic in Clayton, before being ...

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The Leawood Fire Department is committed to providing a safe and effective response to calls for service in the City of Leawood and surrounding areas. Service is ... Kansas is one of numerous states that have enacted a Move Over law to protect construction workers and emergency personnel operating on a roadway. mva.