Thread: FDID number

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    My dept went on mutual aid call with another dept. The other dept doesn't know its FDID number. How can I find it? Any help would be appreciated.

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    I thought it would be listed in the Fire Dept census with the U.S. Fire Administration, but its not. Go figure. I imagine if you contact them or perhaps your County or State Fire Marshall's Office, they could tell you.
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    What is the name of the department you are looking for. I might be able to help you out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flochief
    My dept went on mutual aid call with another dept. The other dept doesn't know its FDID number. How can I find it? Any help would be appreciated.
    The sad thing is that if they don't know their own FDID number then they are NOT submitting to NFIRS. It may be time for them to jump on the band wagon and start submitting.

    I know that in the state of Texas, if we apply for a grant from the Texas Commission on Fire Protection, we must agree to submit to NFIRS. Besides it gives the country an overall view of what we, as firefighters, are doing to protect our communities.
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    You might want to check around a little more with that department. Maybe the person or persons you were talking to don't know the FDID number. I know that if you walked in my station right now and offered a $100 bill for the first guy who could give you our FDID number, more than likely nobody could.

    If they do submit NFIRS reports, ask the guy who submits the reports. He'll know.
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