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Press release from the Town of Smithtown:

June 2, 2021

On Tuesday morning, the Town of Smithtown Department of Public Safety welcomed four new officers and recognized the efforts of six department members for outstanding measures within the community. On June 1st, 2021, Supervisor Ed Wehrheim administered the oath of office for the four new members during the swearing-in ceremony which was held on the steps of Smithtown Town Hall at 11am. The ceremony was led by Chief Tom Lohmann. In addition to the swearing in of Park Ranger Christopher Gonzalez, Fire Marshal Anthony Verni, Fire Marshal Kyle McCarthy, and Investigator Brett Bailey, Chief Lohmann presented six current members of the department with awards for their exceptionalism. Deputy Director Catherine Caillat and Chief Fire Marshal Nick Kefalos were presented with Exceptional Service awards. Sergeant Scott Roberts, Bay Constable Daniel Shannon, and Bay Constable David Rosenberg were awarded for Meritorious Service, for the rescue of six fishermen. Bay Constable Michael Grayson was presented with the first ever Peace Officer of the Year Award.    "I want to thank each and every one of you for your service, as you answer the call and undertake the noble path of watching over this great community. I have the utmost faith and confidence in your level of professionalism, your integrity and commitment to serve the people of Smithtown. I believe that you will make this community a better and safer place, and I believe that you will make us all proud. Congratulations, be safe out there and God bless!" - Supervisor Ed Wehrheim   "To our newest hires... congratulations on completing the academy. You did so in different circumstances than most of your peers. I'm not sure how you did DT and PT while social distancing and wearing masks, but you made it work. You're coming into law enforcement during a difficult time, but you're lucky to be a part of an agency and a township that supports and loves its law enforcement. I wish you all long, successful, and most importantly safe careers." - Chief Tom Lohmann   Bay Constable Grayson joined Councilwoman Lisa Inzerillo, and Councilman Tom Lohmann in presenting the Akerberg Family with a check for $5,744, which was raised during a T-shirt fundraiser to honor Bay Constable Thomas Akerberg. Grayson presented the Akerberg family with a replica of the plaque which is fixed to Bay Constable Thomas Akerberg's memorial stone, next to a tree, which is planted just outside of the entrance to the Department of Public Safety.    About the Awards: Deputy Director Catherine Caillat  received the Exceptional Service Award for her work spearheading the Zombie Grant Program, which is administered through the New York State Attorney General's office. Municipalities are tasked with cataloging and inspecting vacant and foreclosed properties throughout the township. Caillat oversees this program in addition to her daily responsibilities.    Chief Fire Marshal Nicholas Kefalos  was awarded for his work managing multiple FEMA Disaster Recovery projects. Chief Kefalos has had to manage two major FEMA disasters since his promotion; the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and Tropical Storm Isaias, which caused significant damages through the Smithtown Township.   The Meritorious Service Award for a waterway incident rescue was presented to Sergeant Scott Roberts, Bay Constable Daniel Shannon, and Bay Constable David Rosenberg for their fast and brave actions which saved six fishermen off the coast of Cranes Neck in Smithtown Bay. On Tuesday, April 20, 2021, Sergeant Roberts, Bay Constable Shannon and Bay Constable Rosenberg all were recalled to the marina from their homes, boarded their patrol vessel and recovered the six individuals, in 30 knot winds and heavy sea conditions.    Bay Constable Michael Grayson  was presented with Smithtown's first ever Peace Officer of the Year award for his leading example, embodying the qualities of a great peace officer and personifying a positive representative of the department. Over the last year, Grayson, a former New York City Detective, organized and managed a T-shirt fundraiser for Bay Constable Thomas Akerberg's family, in which he raised $5,744. He has taken on a lead role in forming a Department of Public Safety Ceremonial Unit. Bay Constable Grayson was also the recipient of a Departmental Recognition Award for his role in the rescue of two kayakers in distress last July. In addition, Bay Constable Grayson has devoted numerous extra hours throughout the civil unrest and the COVID-19 Pandemic.  Peace Officer of the Year will be awarded annually on or around National Peace Officer Memorial Day, to a member of Public Safety who has consistently performed his or her duties with overall excellence throughout the calendar year. 

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Welcome To The Nesconset Fire Department 

Budget Hearing 7pm Tuesday October 19th at 7PM at Headquarters

Nesconset Fire District Budget 2022

 

 

 

 

Your child should have received the below coloring page at their school. 

Please be sure to submit it to the school by October 14th, 2021  

 

Tips for Fire Safety for Kids:

Prevent Your Child from Starting Fires

The U.S. Fire Administration estimates that 300 people are killed and $280 million in property is destroyed each year as the result of children playing with fire.

  • Keep matches, lighters and other ignitable substances in a secured location out of your child’s reach. Only use lighters with child-resistant features.
  • Invest in flameless candles. These candles contain a light bulb rather than an open flame, and take the danger out of your child knocking over a candle.

Help Your Child Survive a Fire

  • Install smoke alarms on every level of your home, inside bedrooms and outside sleeping areas.
  • Once a month check whether each alarm in the home is working properly by pushing the test button. 
  • Replace batteries in smoke alarms at least once a year. Immediately install a new battery if an alarm chirps, warning the battery is low.
  • Teach your children what smoke alarms sound like and what to do when they hear one.
  • Ensure that all household members know two ways to escape from every room of your home, and where to meet up outside..
  • Practice your fire escape plan at least twice a year and at different times of the day. Practice waking up to smoke alarms, low crawling and meeting outside. Make sure everyone knows how to call 9-1-1.
  • Emphasize “get out, stay out.” Only professional firefighters should enter a building that is on fire—even if other family members, pets or prized possessions are inside.
  • Use quick-release devices on barred windows and doors. Security bars without release devices can trap you in a deadly fire. If you have security bars on your windows, be sure one window in each sleeping room has a release device.
  • Consider getting escape ladders for sleeping areas on the second or third floor. Learn how to use them, and store them near the windows. 
  • Teach household members to STOP, DROP and ROLL if their clothes should catch on fire.

 

Making learning fun for yourself and your children!

For more information from the National Fire Protection Assosciation and the American Red Cross, check out:

Fire Prevention Week (FPW) (nfpa.org)

Fire Safety for Kids | American Red Cross

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Nesconset FD Responds to Persons Stranded in Vehicles Due to Flooding Conditions.

Ex-Chief Michael Wichtendahl, September 02

At 00:26 on Thursday September 2, 2021 the Nesconset Fire Department was activated to respond to a report of persons stranded in vehicles in floodwater at the intersection of Old Nichols Road and Margaret Drive. First arriving units located two disabled vehicles that were stalled in floodwater and persons inside. Firefighters from Engine 4-4-2 and Brush Truck 4-4-4 assisted the persons from their ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No CaptionSevere Storm keeps Nesconset FD busy in the early morning

Ex-Chief Michael Wichtendahl, August 28

A severe line of thunderstorms caused havoc early this morning starting around 3:30am. The neighborhood was affected by flooding, downed power lines and power outages.

At 3:41am the Nesconset Fire Department was activated to respond to a commercial fire alarm on Middle Country Road. Over the next two hours the department responded to 10 additional emergencies:

4 Automatic Fire Alarms
1 Carbon ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No CaptionMutual Aid to St. James FD for Residential Structure Fire

Ex-Chief Michael Wichtendahl, July 21

For the second time in two days the Nesconset Fire Department provided mutual aid assistance to our neighboring departments. At 09:44 the Nesconset Fire Department was activated to respond to a report of a Structure Fire on NYS Route 25a as part of an Automatic Mutual Aid Response with the St. James Fire Department. Engine 4-4-1 responded and operated under the command of Chief AJ Anderson and cleared ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Governor Kathy Hochul today acknowledged and honored the 24 firefighters whose names have been added to the New York State Fallen Firefighters Memorial during an event at the Empire State Plaza to honor the memory and heroism of the brave New Yorkers who lost their lives while performing their duties in fire service.

This year's Fallen Firefighter Memorial Ceremony is honoring a total of 45 individuals, including 21 firefighters whose names were engraved on the wall in 2020, when there was no official ceremony due to COVID-19. With this year's addition, the Fallen Firefighters Memorial now honors 2,620 of New York's firefighters who lost their lives in the line of duty.

Governor Hochul issued two proclamations to honor the state's career and volunteer firefighters, marking Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2021, as Firefighter Appreciation Day and the week of Oct. 3 to 9, 2021, as Fire Prevention Week. Governor Hochul also directed that the state's landmarks be illuminated red this evening to honor the sacrifice of the firefighters whose names were added to the memorial and to recognize the service of all firefighters across the state.

Landmarks to be lit include:

One World Trade Center
Tappan Zee Bridge
Kosciuszko Bridge
The H. Carl McCall SUNY Building
State Education Building
Alfred E. Smith State Office Building
State Fairgrounds - Main Gate & Expo Center
Niagara Falls
The "Franklin D. Roosevelt" Mid-Hudson Bridge
Grand Central Terminal - Pershing Square Viaduct
Albany International Airport Gateway
The Lake Placid Olympic Jumping Complex
MTA LIRR - East End Gateway at Penn Station

The Fallen Firefighters Memorial, dedicated in 1998, honors the memory and valor of New York's fallen firefighters at the memorial each year. The memorial also pays tribute to more than 100,000 New York State active career and volunteer firefighters who put their lives on the line every day in the name of public safety.

During Fire Prevention Week, the New York State Office of Fire Prevention and Control, within the State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services, partners with local fire departments, fire service organizations, school districts, civic groups, and the National Fire Protection Association to provide information and programs to the public about the importance of fire safety awareness.

In 2019, fire departments across the state responded to approximately 1,621,000 incidents, or an average of 4,441 incidents per day, 185 incidents per hour and three incidents every minute.

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Smithtown Fire Department Station 1
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Smithtown, New York, 11787
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The Smithtown Fire Department Station 1, located in Smithtown, NY, provides fire protection and emergency response services to the Smithtown community. The Fire Department's mission is to prevent the loss of life and property. In addition to responding to fires, the Smithtown Fire Department Station 1 also responds to medical emergencies, motor vehicle accidents, rescue calls, and incidents involving hazardous materials.

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SMITHTOWN, NY — Smithtown firefighters battled a house fire that started on Sandalwood Drive around 5 a.m. Monday, according to Rick Torre, public information officer of the Smithtown Fire Department.

Firefighters found a blaze extending from the attached garage to the first and second floors, the department wrote on Facebook. Crews were led by Chief of Department Patrick Diecidue. All residents of the home evacuated safely.

Firefighters controlled the exterior fire before crews began working on the interior, as the flames had spread to the second floor and attic.

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No firefighters or residents were injured, according to the department. The fire was extinguished by 7:48 a.m. The cause of the fire is being investigated by the Smithtown Fire Marshal's office and Suffolk County Police.

The Smithtown Fire Department received help from the Nesconset, Hauppauge, St. James and Commack departments, while Nissequogue Fire Department, Kings Park Fire Department and Commack Ambulance provided standby support to Smithtown.

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Diecidue was joined by 1st Assistant Chief Timothy Duckham and 3rd Assistant Chief Andrew Kelly in leading the firefighters.

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Fire Prevention Division

Town of Smithtown Fire Marshall SealFire Prevention Laws

Fire Marshals are New York State peace officers charged with the enforcement of national, state and local fire prevention laws. Law enforcement training is provided through the Nassau and/or Suffolk County police and sheriff's academies. The Fire Marshals are certified arson investigators by the state and national fire academies and also registered by the state as fire code enforcement officials. Fire Marshals maintain other required certifications in disciplines such as hazardous materials response and handling, safety officer, incident command and emergency management.

Fire Marshals conduct code compliance and safety inspections of commercial and municipal sites. Reports are provided to administrators and owners which list items in need of corrective action. Determinations are made if businesses are required to obtain any operating permits issued by the division.

Investigations

Fire Marshals respond to fire scenes to perform the investigation necessary to determine the nature of the origin and cause. While performing investigations, Fire Marshals work with the police arson squad, department of health and social service officials and other various agencies. They also respond to life safety incidents involving town properties and personnel for documentation, mitigation and corrective action. Because the town is host to one of the largest industrial parks in the country, there is concern also for hazardous material incidents. Daily, Fire Marshals gather information relative to the handling and use of such materials.

Through fire safety education programs to a variety of audiences, we have found another vital tool for the prevention of fire, and to train people how to handle emergency situations. Audiences include health care workers, children, senior citizens, civic groups and persons who are physically challenged. Training sessions are also provided to town employees in a variety of topics, including but not limited to; fire prevention, CPR, workplace hazard recognition, etc.

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