Crisis Intervention Team

Police
Polk County Area Crisis Intervention Team Mission Statement: “We are dedicated to serving individuals who are mentally ill, developmentally disabled or experiencing trauma by dispatching trained officers who partner with community agencies to resolve the situation in a manner that supports the well-being of all.” Here is a closer look at Crisis Intervention  
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Fire Stations

Fire Department
The City Fire Department provides complete firefighting capabilities, vehicle extrication and rescue capabilities, medical response with 9 NREMT’s and 10 emergency medical responders, and haz-mat response to the Operations level. We have 19 of our 24 firefighters trained to that level. Station 1 is our main station and is located at 312 S. Springfield Avenue. Station 1 houses two engines, one 100’ platform and one brush truck/medical response unit. All three pumping units have 1500 gpm pumps. We have both a small combination unit and a full heavy duty extrication set for rescue calls, as well as air bags. Both engines are extended cab units with intercom systems, equipped with Thermal Imaging Cameras, Knox Box systems and all ISO mandated equipment. Both have foam capability and have onboard generators  …
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Apparatus

Fire Department
Engine 11 Engine 11 is a 2014 Ferrara MVP built engine on an custom Chassis. It contains a 750 gallon tank with a 1750 gpm pump. It is used as a first out apparatus for fire alarms. Ladder 12 Ladder 12 is our 2015 Ferrara MVP 77' aerial . It has a 2000 gallon pump. This truck contains a 300 gallon booster tank and an adjustable waterway. Engine 22 Engine 12 is a 1985 3-D fire apparatus on a Duplex chassis with a 1500 gpm pump that contains a 500 gallon tank. This engine was purchased used in 2009. This engine is equipped as a rescue engine, containing all our rescue tools and airbags. Engine 13 Engine 13 is a 1999 Precision engine.It has a  1000 gallon tank and a 1500 gpm pump. This apparatus is…
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Links

Fire Department
Helpful links if you have general interest other aspects of the fire service or other helpful policy links.   Please follow this link to find out more about the Missouri Fire Sprinkler Coalition Summit! http://www.firesprinklerinitiative.org/state-coalitions/missouri.aspx Also check out the National Home Fire Sprinkler Coalition for additional resources! http://www.homefiresprinkler.org/ At this link you will be able to learn about kitchen safety and other safety issues: https://www.homeadvisor.com/r/preventing-kitchen-fires/
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Renting Parks and Pavilions

Parks & Recreation
PARK & PAVILION SCHEDULES SUMMER HOURS:      APRIL 1-SEPT 30 **GATES OPEN & 7:30AM** PARK CLOSES @ 8:30 10-3                                                                             3-8 PAV #1             $20                                                      PAV #1             $25 PAV #2             $15                                                      PAV #2             $20 PAV #3             $15                                                      PAV #3             $20 PAV #4             $15                                                      PAV #4             $20   WINTER HOURS:        OCT 1-MAR 31 **GATES OPEN @ 6AM** PARK CLOSES @ 5:30PM 10-3 ONLY PAV #1             $20 PAV #2             $15 PAV #3             $15 PAV #4             $15
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KNOX Box Program

Fire Department
The City of Bolivar and the Bolivar Fire Department along with local businesses participate in the KNOX Box program. This program ensures quick access to a business in case of emergency all the while ensuring the business complete security. For information on how to participate in this program, contact Chief James Ludden at firechief@bolivar.mo.us.
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BCFD Honor Guard

Fire Department
Bolivar Fire Department is proud to have a 4 man honor guard to represent our department and the community. This unit is lead by Chief James Ludden. This group marches in local parades, represents BCFD at the state wide firefighter memorial service, and other events throughout the year. For information regarding this group, contact Chief James Ludden at firechief@bolvar.mo.us.  
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Utility Forms

Documents / Forms Center, Utilities
Below are documents in .pdf format: 2020 Water Sewer Rates2019 Water Sewer Rates   Water Sewer Account Agreement- BusinessWater Sewer Account Agreement- IndividualWater Sewer Account Agreement- Landlord   ACH Authorization for Direct PaymentsWater Sewer Confidentiality FormWater Sewer Cosigner Agreement in Lieu of deposit Download
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Links:

Emergency Management
Missouri Department of Homeland Security National Weather Service Polk County Health Center Missouri State Highway Patrol SEMA (State Emergency Management Agency) FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) US Dept of Homeland Security
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Training Policies and Procedures:

Fire Department
Requirements to be a volunteer are: o   18 yrs of age o   Pass background check and drug/alcohol screening o   Score a 4.0 or greater on the physical capacity test o   Possess a valid operator’s license and have automobile insurance o   Be able to perform the normal functions expected of a firefighter o   Possess a high school diploma or a GED Requirements for a full-time position o   MO Firefighter I & II certification o   AT LEAST emergency medical responder certification o   Pass the physical firefighter screening test with a minimum score o   All the requirements listed for volunteers above ALL members must pass NIMS 700, 800, 100, 200.  Captains must add NIMS 300, and White Hats (Chief Officers) add NIMS 400. ALL members must pass a CEVO defensive driving class or you will not…
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