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Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department. FY 2008 – FY 2010 Strategic Plan. Table of Contents Fire and Rescue Department’s Vision and Mission ……………………………………………... 2 Fire and Rescue Department’s Core Values …………………………………………………….3

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Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department

FY 2008 – FY 2010

Strategic Plan


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Table of Contents

Fire and Rescue Department’s Vision and Mission ……………………………………………... 2

Fire and Rescue Department’s Core Values …………………………………………………….3

Fire and Rescue Department’s Strategic Objectives ……………………………………………4

FY 2008 – FY 2010 Strategic Objectives with Strategic Initiatives:

  • Strategic Objective # 1 - Service Delivery.…………………………………………........…5

  • Strategic Objective # 2 – Influence Public Policy………....………………………………...6

  • Strategic Objective # 3 - Education and Training…………………………………………..7

  • Strategic Objective # 4 - Health and Safety………………………………………………8

  • Strategic Objective # 5 - Diversify Workforce ….……………………………………….. 9

  • Strategic Objective # 6 - Organizational Effectiveness……………………………… 10-11

    Participants in development of Strategic Plan………………………………………..………. 12


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Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department

The Fire and Rescue Department’s strategic plan consists of the department’s vision and mission statements, core values and strategic objectives. These elements provide a consistent framework for all planning decisions, actions, and long-range initiatives. An effective vision statement defines what the organization is striving to become. The mission statement describes the role of the organization. The core values are the beliefs and principles that explain how employees will act and make decisions. The strategic objectives are action-oriented statements that describe how the organization will achieve its mission.

Vision

Dedicated to being the best community-focused fire and rescue department ensuring a safe and secure environment for all.

Mission

Provide the highest quality services to protect the lives, property, and environment of our community.


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Fire and Rescue Department’s Core Values

Professional Excellence

We believe the pursuit of excellence and demonstrating high professional standards are critical to our work. To ensure the best

possible service for our community, the Fire and Rescue Department supports continuous training and encourages professional

development.

Health and Safety

We believe our health and safety are essential to fulfilling the Fire and Rescue Department’s mission. We are committed to providing

the best health and safety programs for our members’ well-being and operational readiness.

Diversity

We know Fairfax County is a diverse community, and we commit to meeting its ever-changing needs. We are dedicated to reflecting

and respecting that diversity throughout our organization. We will respect the diversity of our community by providing compassionate

and quality service to all.

Teamwork and Shared Leadership

We know well-functioning teams of people are more effective than individuals working separately; our lives depend on it. We believe

individuals have the capacity to lead, and our organization values leadership at all levels. Teamwork and shared leadership are

integral to our organization, and we will seek out and value the opinions of our members.

Effective Communication

We believe communication is essential to the cohesiveness and performance of our organization. We are committed to providing

effective and responsive means of communication throughout the organization and the community.

Integrity

We understand the trust placed in us by the public and our colleagues is integral to the performance of our duties. We are committed

to honest and ethical behavior, and we will hold ourselves accountable to these values.

Community Service and Involvement

We believe we have a duty to be involved in the communities where we work. Our responsibility is to protect life, property, and the

environment. We are committed to fulfilling our responsibility and to deepening our involvement in the community we serve. No request

or inquiry will go unanswered.

Innovation

We recognize and understand that the constancy of change in our community and industry impacts our business daily. We are

committed to seeking out and implementing innovative and progressive thinking to address change effectively to benefit those we serve.


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Fire and Rescue Department’s Strategic Objectives

  • Develop and deliver the highest quality medical, fire suppression, technical rescue,

    hazardous materials, water rescue, life safety education, fire prevention and

    investigation services.

  • Maintain a leadership role in local, state, and national public safety initiatives.

  • Ensure workforce readiness and leadership development by providing innovative

    education and training programs.

  • Ensure workforce health and safety by developing and maintaining effective

    programs and policies.

  • Reflect the community we serve by recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce.

  • Increase organizational effectiveness by developing and maintaining capacity of

    facilities, apparatus, equipment and technology; and improving internal processes.


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Strategic Objective # 1 – Service Delivery

Develop and deliver the highest quality medical, fire suppression, technical rescue, hazardous materials, water rescue, life safety education, fire prevention and investigation services.

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Strategic Objective # 2 – Influence Public Policy

Maintain a leadership role in local, state, and national public safety initiatives.

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Strategic Objective # 3 – Education and Training

Ensure workforce readiness and leadership development by providing innovative

education and training programs.

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Strategic Objective # 4 – Health and Safety

Ensure workforce health and safety by developing and maintaining effective programs and policies.

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* Combined with Strategic Initiative 1.4


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Strategic Objective # 5 – Diversify Workforce

Reflect the community we serve by recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce.

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Strategic Objective # 6 – Organizational Effectiveness

Increase organizational effectiveness by developing and maintaining capacity of facilities, apparatus, equipment and technology; and improving internal processes.

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Strategic Objective # 6 – Organizational Effectiveness

Increase organizational effectiveness by developing and maintaining capacity of facilities, apparatus, equipment and technology; and improving internal processes.

Strategic Initiative Lead/Project Manager (PM) Timing


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Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department

The following individuals participated in the development of the FY 2008 – FY 2010 Strategic Plan through their participation in the department’s annual planning retreat on June 1, 2007.

Beth Adams Mike Deli Kevin Kincaid Cathy Schultz-Rinehart

Bill Atwell Duane Dodwell Kim Klaren Dan Shaw

Dereck Baker Garrett Dyer Tony Kostecka Andrew Snead

Anthony Barrero Stan Earl Reggie Lassiter Kathleen Stanley

Edie Beitzel Felecia EdwardsGeorge LoayzaLaurie Stone

William "Buck" Best Colin FlaniganDaryl LouderCheri Stroup

Don Brasfield Tim Fleming Mike McElroyChristopher Tilles

Ed Brinkley Ramiro Galvez Francis Mensah Rodney Vaughan

John Burke William Garrett Richard Merrell Kristine Wallace

Carlton Burkhammer Ben Gibson Bob MizerLee Warner

Earl Burroughs Jared Goff Mike Mohler Chester Waters

Glenn Bydume Sarah Goldman Keith Morrison Jerome Williams

Sandra CapleDanny Gray John Niemiec Mike Wood

Raul Castillo Barry Harlowe Kim Panzer Christine Woodard

Teri Caswell David Hessler Alan Pearson Elton Wright

John CaussinCamilla Hollenbeck Dana Powers Tim Young

MaryAnn Combs Gregory Hunter Rick Roatch Richard Yuras

Shirley Crawley Diana Imlay David Rohr Bobby Zoldos

Yvonne Dabney Reginald Johnson Chuck Ryan

Marc Davidson Thomas Johnson Chris Schaff

Individuals in Italics are members of the Planning Leadership Team.


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