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99-15 Alarm Comparison by month & year
99-15 Statistics by Category

Abbreviations List:
AMA = Automatic Mutual Aid
CTPD = Clayton Township Police Dept
CE = Consumers Energy
DEQ = Department of Environmental Quality
FF = Firefighters that responded
FFD = Flushing Fire Dept
FTFD = Flint Township Fire Dept
GCRC = Genesee County Road Commission
GTFD = Gaines Township Fire Dept
IC = Incident Command
MDOT = Michigan Department of Transportation
MSP = Michigan State Police
MTFD = Mundy Township Fire Dept
MMTFD = Mt. Morris Township Fire Dept.
Ofr = Officers that responded
PDA = Property Damage Accident
PI = Personal Injury
POV = Personal Owned Vehicle
PPV = Positive Pressure Ventilation
RIT = Rapid Intervention Team
S = Station (1=Station 1, 2=Station 2, B=Both stations)
SCAFD = Swartz Creek Area Fire Dept
SCBA = Self Contained Breathing Apparatus
SC-DPS = Swartz Creek Dept of Public Services
SCPD = Swartz Creek Police Dept
TI = Thermal Imager
USAR = Urban Search and Rescue
VTFD = Venice Township Fire Dept
(C) = Command (R) = Report

Category Number Definitions:
1 = Structure fires or alarms dispatched as such with AMA received
2 = AMA given to Flushing
3 = AMA given to Gaines Township
4 = AMA given to Venice Township
5 = Mutual aid responses not involving AMA
6 = Vehicle fires & those out on arrival
7 = Vehicles fires deemed false (no fire)
8 = Misc. minor fires
9 = Grass and/or brush fires
10 = Open burns
11 = Smoke investigations
12 = Fire alarms (false, unfounded, burnt food)
13 = Vehicle extrications, entrapments
14 = Electrical problems, no fire
15 = Spillage of vehicle fluids
16 = Lines down and/or arcing (power or phone)
17 = Assist ambulance with lifting, public assists, etc.
18 = Misc non fires (CO, gas odor, etc.)
19 = Weather watches

The Last 10 Alarms List:

Run
#
Cat
#
Date Time Location Type/Description Officers

FF
#

Ofr
#
S
176 18 12/17 2204 S. Morrish Rd/Lennon Rd, Clayton Twp. Responded for a Natural Gas (NG) odor in area of Morrish and Lennon. E12 responded and investigation found basin/cistern bubbling and a strong odor of NG coming from it. Consumers Energy (CE) was notided and the area was isolated.incident was transferred to CE upo their arrival. Lieut. Walt Melen (C,R) 7 5 1
177 1 12/24 1650 5,000 block of Morrish Rd. Swartz Creek Dispatched for an oven fire. E12, C2 & C1 responded.  Investigation found a small fire burning in the bottom of the oven and tap water was used to extinguish the fire and the home was ventilated upon E12 arrival.  There was no damage to the structure or contents. Assist. Chief Steve Tabit (C,R) 7 6 B
178 11 12/25 1805 7,000 block of Miller Rd. Swatz Creek

responded for an oven fire.  E12, C2 & C1 responded. Investigation found a very small amount of smoke coming from the oven vent on the top of the stove.  There was no visible fire in or on the appliance.  E-12 investigated the situation finding no evidence of smoke or fire. 

Assist. Chief Steve Tabit (C,R) 5 7 1
179 13 12/26 1452 EB I-69/Sheridan Ave. Clayton Twp.

Dispatched to a rollover accident with entrapment. E11, E21, S16, and C2. Due to manpower constraints, time of day, and available resources, Venice Twp was requested for mutual aid. EB lanes of I-69 were shut down and traffic was diverted off the expressway at Sheridan Rd.  SCAFD  stoodby durng the traffic investigation and assisted with traffic control.  Once the investigation was complete, the expressway was reopened and all units cleared.

Assist. Chief Steve Tabit (C,R) 7 6 B
180 12 12/28 0028 12,000 block of W. Bristol Rd, Clayton Twp. Responded for a fire alarm activation (poss. Carbon Monoxide Alarm)  C-4,E12 and S16 responded. Investigation found no smoke seen. E-12's crew check the residents with the Gas Detector to check for Carbon Monoxide. Homeowners were refered to their alarm company. Batt. Chief Brendt Cole (C,R) 9 3 B
181 12 12/31 0721 8,000 block of Crapo St. Swartz Creek Dispatched for a Commerical Fire Alarm, C1, C4, E12, E11 and E21 responded. On scene intial investigation found the alarm sounding inside and no visible smoke from a complete 360 investigation the the exterior. Alarm Co was contacted for a key holder. Investigatin with the key holder found a faulter sensor in the Gym return duct. A complete search of the school also found no issues.Incident was refered to the alarm company. Chief Dave Plumb (C,R) 5 6 B
182 10 12/31 1817 3,000 block of S. Morrish Rd, Clayton Twp. Responded for a recreational fire. C2 and E12 responded tInvestigation found the fire unattended. Due to the windy weather conditions the homeowner extinguished the fire. Assist. Chief Steve Tabit (C,R) 7 7 1
1 12 1/1 1246 4,000 block of Morrish Rd, Swartz Creek

Dispatched for a Commercial Fire Alarm, C2 and E12 responded. C2 investigation found that a monthly flow test of the suppression system was being conduct. The technician put the alarm in test mode but due to a delay the alarm still activated. All units were canceled.

Assist. Chief Steve Tabit (C,R) 6 6 b
1 1/3 0908 8,000 Block of Crapo St. Swartz Creek

Responded for a Commercial structure fire at the district middle school. C2, C1, E12 and E21 along with AMA from Flushing & Gaines responded. Investigation found a small electrical fire which caused the school hallways to fill with smoke. SCAFD confirmed the fire was out and AMA was canceled. Due to the odor of smoke, school was canceled for the day.

Assist. Chief Steve Tabit(C)
Chief Dave Plumb (R)
8 4 B
3 16 1/7 0635 2,000 block of S. Sheridan, Clayton Twp. Dispatched for wires arcing. Investigation revealed that a pole to pole guide wire arced against the secondary wires that ran next to it due to the windy conditions. The guide wire fell to the ground along with other guide wires and communication lines. The utility pole in question was right on the corner so CE requested units remain on the scene for traffic control while he worked from his bucket truck to cut the wires.  Assist. Chief Steve Tabit (C,R) 4 3 2

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1999 through 2018 Alarm Comparison By Month & Year

Month

'99 '00 '01 '02 '03 '04 '05 '06 '07 '08 '09 '10 '11 '12 '13 '14 '15 '16 '17 Running Total for 2017 '18 Running Total for 2018 Difference
from
previous
year by
mth/yr
January 14 12 12 21 11 12 13 11 10 13 13 10 14 12 17 22 7 11 13 13 14 14 +1/+1
February 13 22 16 8 26 19 8 23 19 13 7 11 8 11 11 12 19 15 13 26 11 25 -2/-1
March 19 21 25 20 19 15 12 26 17 12 19 16 7 14 17 12 14 8 27 53 12 37 -15/-16
April 18 15 19 18 26 24 29 14 24 21 18 11 15 15 11 23 19 14 14 67 15 53 +1/-14
May 26 20 24 20 18 14 17 18 28 18 17 14 13 21 19 14 21 8 17 84 23 76 +6/-8
June 18 17 24 24 21 26 25 19 19 21 17 13 16 19 13 19 18 27 11 95 13 89  +2/-6
July 25 16 20 28 20 10 23 20 25 16 20 18 16 26 12 19 17 15 15 110 22 111 +7/+1
August 17 23 16 24 21 21 16 15 24 7 11 21 8 16 14 12 15 14 14 124 15 126 +1/+2
September 14 21 18 22 14 17 13 17 17 10 8 17 11 12 16 8 9 14 12 136 19 145 +7/+9
October 17 27 28 23 24 17 18 21 16 18 14 19 19 18 19 12 11 21 12 148 19 164 +7/+16
November 16 18 19 16 19 24 18 18 15 16 14 17 13 16 26 14 16 18 15 162 6 170 -9/+8
December 22 20 18 24 10 16 14 11 14 26 14 12 10 15 30 21 11 11 15 177 12 182 -3/+5
Total 219 232 239 248 230 215 206 213 228 191 172 179 150 194 205 188 177 176 177 177      

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1999 Through 2017 Statistics By Category

Category

'99 '00  '01 '02 '03 '04 '05 '06 '07 '08 '09 '10 '11 '12 '13 '14 '15 '16 '17
1. Structure (or dispatched as) Fires (in our fire district); Received Automatic Mutual Aid (AMA)

14

19 16 16 27 21 21 16 13 23 21 21 4 12 17 15 16 16 14
2. AMA's given to the Flushing Fire Dept (started 5/10/99) 20 25 24 29 23 28 19 35 33 29 26 21 18 18 33 13 21 16 21
3. AMA's given to Gaines Township Fire Dept (started 11/13/99) 0 8 4 6 13 7 11 9 12 9 11 13 10 12 9 10 6 5 3
4. AMA's given to Venice Township Fire Dept (started 03/11/02) N/A N/A N/A 1 1 1 0 2 2 1 0 2 1 1 0 2 2 1 2
5. Mutual Aid responses not involving AMA 20 29 20 34 22 17 21 11 18 14 21 23 22 18 14 21 16 7 10
6. Vehicle fires & those out on arrival 28 15 21 17 12 8 10 14 12 7 4 11 7 8 3 7 5 8 13
7. Vehicle fires (false; steam/unfounded) 2 12 12 5 7 21 9 4 6 4 2 5 2 8 5 5 3 9 5
8. Misc. minor fires 3 4 15 6 7 1 6 2 7 4 5 2 5 10 4 5 9 6 5
9. Grass and/or brush fires 22 8 12 17 15 9 17 14 17 17 14 11 4 11 9 13 9 12 9
10. Open burns (permit/authorized & unauthorized/unattended) 6 20 11 14 7 13 12 9 18 10 9 9 3 11 11 13 8 7 14
11. Smoke investigations/smoke scares 10 7 11 8 12 15 4 4 9 4 11 10 10 8 7 7 6 9 4
12. Fire alarms (false, unfounded or burnt food) 34 30 28 35 15 18 24 21 23 12 6 17 13 16 15 28 19 33 23
13. Vehicle extrications & entrapments 12 8 6 7 9 7 12 7 3 5 3 4 4 4 12 9 5 5 3
14. Electrical problems, no fire 2 1 3 1 4 4 2 1 1 2 1 0 2 3 0 3 4 0 0
15. Spillage of vehicle fluids 9 6 13 11 11 12 11 12 17 10 5 1 3 5 10 1 4 4 10
16. Lines down and/or arcing
(power and/or phone)
10 9 10 9 15 14 6 15 12 18 18 14 19 26 34 6 21 18 18
17. Assist ambulance with lifting, public assist & etc. 3 11 15 5 5 2 3 6 2 2 6 4 3 2 3 7 1 0 2
18. Misc. non fires (CO, gas odor, unfounded, etc. or situations that don't catalog above) 23 17 14 24 21 12 17 30 20 15 9 11 17 22 15 20 22 19 20
19. Weather watches 1 3 4 3 3 5 1 1 3 5 0 0 3 0 4 3 0 1 1
ALARMS TOTALS

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232

239 248 230 215 206 213 228 191 172 179 150 195 205 188 177 176 177

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