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1. Is the Fire Department considered volunteer or full-time?
2. Are the Firefighters trained in First Aid?
3. What level of Emergency Medical Service (EMS) is provided?
4. How are the stations manned?
5. Does the Liberty Township Fire Department have the resources to handle all emergencies that may occur in our area?
6. What other services are offered besides fire suppression and Emergency Medical Services (EMS)?
7. What is Liberty Township's current Insurance Services Office (ISO) rating?
8. When should I call 911 and when is it okay to call the Fire Station direct?
9. How do I schedule a child safety seat inspection or obtain help with my installation?
10. We are looking to adopt a child and have been told that we need a fire inspection. Does the Liberty Township Fire Department do such inspections and is there a cost?
11. When do the outdoor weather warning sirens go off?
12. What are percentages for fire and EMS responses?
13. How does the ISO rating helps insurance rates?
14. What is the average response time?
15. How are EMS runs billed?
16. What is the status of the future fire station for the northeastern quadrant of the Township?
17. What other services are offered besides fire suppression and emergency medical services?
18. Why does the fire truck respond on a lot of the runs?
19. What is protocol for the medics on an emergency medical response?
20. How are stations manned?
21. What level of emergency medical service (EMS) is provided?
22. Does the Liberty Township Fire Department have the resources to handle all emergencies that may occur in our area?
23. Are the Firefighters trained in First Aid?
24. How many ambulances does Liberty Township operate?
25. Is the Fire Department considered volunteer or full-time?
26. When do the outdoor weather warning sirens go off?
27. What is all of the talk about "consolidation?"