Division Commander: Lieutenant Rutherford
Administration Division consists of critical support functions
essential to the volunteer aspects of the agency operating on a
day-to-day basis. The division is commanded by a Lieutenant and consists
of the following services:
development of standard operating procedures and protocols occurs
within the division in order to guide the work and response activities
of staff members.
Training and Safety
curricula and records maintenance are administered by the Sergeant of
Training and Safety. The Sergeant ensures consistency in agency-based
training, oversees the training aspects of the Probation and Field
Training Program Policies, secures appropriate instructors for courses,
champions professional development, and seeks training opportunities
outside of the agency that will benefit staff members. The Sergeant also
serves as the agency's safety officer by ensuring that protocols and
policies are adhered to and that overall diligence is applied with an
eye toward safety by all staff executing their official
Fleet and Facilities
to the services the agency provides are the assets with which it
provides them. The Sergeant of Fleet and Facilities manages the hands-on
maintenance and repair of agency assets in order to provide for
reliable and safe functionality during training and real-world events.
The Sergeant is assisted by a Corporal and other members of the Field
Operations Division in executing these responsibilities.
Administration Division manages equipment associated with each staff
member's need to execute his or her official duties. The timely
acquisition, distribution, inventorying, tracking, and collection of
equipment occurs within the responsibilities of the Quartermaster.
Public Service Event Coordination
County EMA participates in numerous public service events on an annual
basis. The Administration Division coordinates securing the appropriate
staffing for such events.
The Lieutenant of Administration manages staff member personnel files, processes applications for membership, and conducts background and reference checks.
Publications and Online Content Management
The Administration Division is responsible for creating publications for the Agency that include the annual report, informational brochures, announcements, videos, and public information releases. The Division also manages website and social media content.