SACRAMENTO – Congratulations to five California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) and Fire Marshal Emergency Services Association (FMESA) members who graduated from the 2022 Deputy State Fire Marshal Academy on December 9, 2022.
The eight-week academy includes intense training and time away from families. This was CALFIRE’s third Deputy State Fire Marshal Academy. The newest Deputy State Fire Marshals passed Statutes and Regulations, Fire Inspector 1A, 1B, 1C, and Fire Plans Examiner 1A, 1B, 1C courses. They also received training in hazardous materials, report writing, fire investigations, fire and incident responses.
The Deputy State Fire Marshals were reminded of their important job of protecting life and property in the state and that sometimes that job will take them away from their families for days or weeks at a time.
“Deputy State Fire Marshals have a tremendous amount of responsibility in keeping the people of California safe and we truly appreciate the life-saving work that they do,” said CSLEA President Alan Barcelona. “Public safety service at the State level can be grueling and can wear the best of the best down. We wish our newest members the best in their new careers, stand ready to assist them, and thank them for their service.”
Congratulations to CSLEA/FMESA Members
- Ryan Beihl
- Zen Fuller
- Ryan Hernandez
- Erik Madison
- Bryan Moreno