Robert F. Hill

PA State Fire Academy Instructor
& PA Certified Fire Police Officer




I am authorized & qualified to teach the following PA Fire Police classes

  Basic Fire Police

  Beyond the Basics for Fire Police
aka Advanced}

  Emergency Response for Fire Police

  Legal Concepts for Fire Police

  Fire Police in Non-Emergency Operations

  Public Relations for Fire Police
aka Communications}

  Fire Police Review

  Fire Police Refresher (4 hour)

  Fire Police Myths & Misconceptions (4 hour)

  PA State Fire Police Certification (prep, 8 hour)

   Emergency Vehicle Driver Training (16 hour)
aka EVOC}

If you would like to schedule a class
send an e-mail to Schedule a class

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       photos by Rob Hill   
Emergency Vehicle Driver Training                              Highway Incident Scene Safety
                                                                                                      and Basic Fire Police Traffic Control


"Managing Emergency Incidents on the Roadway"
is now available to be scheduled. This class was created by the

Emergency Responder Safety Institute
which is part of the National Traffic Incident Management Coalition.
this class is not currently endorsed by the PA State Fire Academy).
Nonetheless, it's a free class and well worth taking.
For more information, email
Instructor Robert Hill

Managing Emergency Incidents on the Roadway
is a 6-8 hour indoor class that features 3-4 hours of powerpoint
slides and videos followed by 3-4 hours of hands-on tabletop
role-playing exercises. The class is intended for everyone who
responds to emergency incidents, including fire and EMS personnel,
fire police, police, DOT, towing companies and the media. It can be held
on one day (usually a Saturday or Sunday) or on two 3-4 hour weeknights

                                                                                                                                                photos by T. Kupiszewski

The goal of the class is to increase the safety of those responding to emergency incidents,
raise awareness of safety concerns while on-scene, reduce the amount of time needed
to clear emergencies and ensure that everyone goes home as quickly and safely as possible

This is accomplished through the development of interagency teamwork
(fire, EMS, police, DOT, towing companies and media)
and improved communications among all responding agencies

More information about this class, as well as many outstanding training
materials and sources of information can be found at the website of the
Emergency Responder Safety Institute.



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updated July 2012

updated December 2009