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INCIDENT COUNT AND STATISTICS

The Department tracks various statistics and metrics related to alarm responses and this data is reported to The National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS).  The NFIRS has two objectives:  to help state and local governments develop fire reporting and analysis capability for their own use, and to obtain data that can be used more accurately to assess and subsequently combat the fire problem at a national level.  The data we report is used to track fire cause, origin, time, and various other data points used to educate our community regarding fire prevention through our Community Risk Reduction division.

August 2022

 - Total Incidents:  127 (93 in 2021)

 - Mutual Aid Given:  6

 - Mutual Aid Received:  1 

 - Overlapping Calls:  18 (14.2% of total monthly calls) (more than one incident at the same time) 

 - Completed Fire Inspections:  8 (not included in the incident count)

TOTAL INCIDENT COUNT BY YEAR

2022:  726 (as-of 08/31/22)

2021:  667 (as-of 08/31/21)

2021:  1,026

2020:  913

2019:  888 

2018:  821 

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Fires (Includes:  structure, vehicle, brush, grass, other actual fires)

August 2022: 5

July 2022: 1

June 2022: 5

May 2022: 7

April 2022: 2

March 2022: 1

February 2022:  2

January 2022:  3

2022 Year to Date: 21 (as-of 08/31/22)

2021 Total:  26

2020 Total:  33 

2019 Total:  31

2018 Total:  46  

Emergency Medical Services

August 2022: 80

July 2022: 60

June 2022: 60

May 2022: 53

April 2022: 45

March 2022: 51

February 2022:  59

January 2022:  69 

2022 Year to Date: 477 (as-of 08/31/22)

2021 Total:  635

2020 Total:  544

2019 Total:  517

2018 Total:  443

          

Motor Vehicle Accident/Rescue (Excludes general clean-up)

August 2022: 9

July 2022: 9

June 2022: 9

May 2022: 8

April 2022: 7

March 2022: 2

February 2022:  5

January 2022:  1 

2022 Year to Date: 50 (as-of 08/31/22)

2021 Total:  75

2020 Total:  65 

2019 Total:  66

2018 Total:  76

Hazardous Conditions (Includes:  gas leak, downed wire, carbon monoxide, etc.)

August 2022: 5

July 2022: 6

June 2022: 5

May 2022: 3

April 2022: 6

March 2022: 4

February 2022:  1

January 2022:  4 

2022 Year to Date: 34 (as-of 08/31/22)

2021 Total:  66

2020 Total:  57

2019 Total:  58

2018 Total:  61

Misc. Service Calls (Includes:  weather standby, mutual aid standby, false alarm, no incident found, canceled before arrival, etc.)

August 2022: 28

July 2022: 16

June 2022: 14

May 2022: 21

April 2022: 15

March 2022: 17

February 2022:  16

January 2022:  12 

2022 Year to Date: 139 (as-of 08/31/22)

2021 Total:  191

2020 Total:  214

2019 Total:  216

2018 Total:  195

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Our Mission

The Organizational Mission of the Kimball Township Fire Department is to protect the lives and property of the people of the district from fires, hazardous materials incidents, and natural disasters; to save lives by providing emergency medical services; and to prevent fires through prevention and education programs.

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