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​​​2021 AAFD Organ​izational Structure

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Fire Chief
Mike Kennedy 
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Lead, manage and direct activities and personnel of the fire department.

Operates the fire department in cost effective, efficient and sustainable manner.

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Assistant Chief
Marc Tyler
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Manage the fire prevention bureau functions and activities including code enforcement and fire investigations.

Responsible for cultivating and maintaining public fire education and community relations.

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Assistant Chief
Andrew Box
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Oversee the day-to-day emergency response of the department.

Responsible for coordinating with City IT for computer hardware and software needs.

500_0592.jpgFire Marshal
Michael Reddmann
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Plans, directs and coordinates the daily operations of the Fire Prevention Bureau including inspections, fire investigations and public information programs.  Work involves responsibility for the enforcement of all laws and ordinances. Conducts plan review.

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Logistics Officer

Allen Bruck
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Supervise the servicing, repairing and maintenance of specialized fire vehicles and related mechanical equipment.  Performs skilled heavy equipment mechanical work related to the maintenance and repair of specialized fire equipment.

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Brian Schotthoefer
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Coordinate, develop, schedule, monitor, supervise and document all training activities for the Fire Department. Supervision is exercised over all personnel up to and including Assistant Chiefs during training.

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Battalion Chief, Shift 1
Chris Buscemi
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Senior level management position in charge of suppression. Directs and supervises all activities of fire companies in a battalion on an assigned shift. The Battalion Chief exercises considerable discretion subject to departmental regulations and general administrative review.

500_0520.jpgBattalion Chief, Shift 2
Mark Luick
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Senior level management position in charge of suppression. Directs and supervises all activities of fire companies in a battalion on an assigned shift. The Battalion Chief exercises considerable discretion subject to departmental regulations and general administrative review.

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Battalion Chief, Shift 3
Derek Wiseley
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Senior level management position in charge of suppression. Directs and supervises all activities of fire companies in a battalion on an assigned shift. The Battalion Chief exercises considerable discretion subject to departmental regulations and general administrative review.

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Non-emergency dispatch

734.994.2911

General Information

734.794.6961​

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