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is properly equipped with a balanced fire
protection plan – your first line of defense
against fire to save lives and protect property
The U.S. Fire Administration’s (USFA) Office of Fire Prevention and Arson Control has prepared this short guide in evaluating local public fire education programs to offer the fire service tools to evaluate public fire education programs. USFA also has prepared individual evaluation guidelines for use with specific USFAcampaigns, such as Check Your Hot Spots!, Curious Kids SetFires, This is Fire and Let’s Retire Fire.PDF Downloads
The "Fire Education and the News" program is being conducted under a grant from FEMA to the Illinois Fire Inspector's Association. Participating fire departments receive on-site technical assistance from a professional media consultant, as well as ongoing telephone and written consultation until the production is complete. Fees for consulting personnel are absorbed through the Illinois Fire Inspector's grant.