Fire Chief » Bryan E. Newberry
As the leader of the District, the Fire Chief directs the work and efforts of all employees of the District. The overall responsiblity for the strategic goals, vision and management of the District are the Fire Chief’s responsibility. Not only does the Fire Chief lead and manage the personnel but all facets of the District including Administration, Maintenance, Operations, Prevention, and Training. Through delegation the District reaches its full potential through executive leadership and a great staff. The Fire Chief coordinates the efforts of the management team to keep all policies, procedures, records, and programs in line with the overall goals, objectives, and mission of the District.
As a member of the management team, the primary duties of the Deputy Chief include directing the work and efforts of all employees of the District. Among the responsibilities are: building maintenance, vehicle and fleet management, equipment inventory, Battalion Chief supervision, firefighter training and development, officer development, recruitment and grants management.
Deputy Chief » Dennis Reynolds
Deputy Chief » Scott Moore
The Battalion Chiefs supervise the largest and most visible part of Battlefield Fire Protection District. It responds to emergency calls with personnel who are cross trained in firefighting and emergency medical services offering a basic life support (BLS) service. The District has automatic and mutual aid agreements with surrounding fire districts and municipalities. The Operations Division operates the District’s 4 fire stations. Under the Battalion Chiefs, Station Officers supervise daily operations. The duties are performed by Captains and firefighters, engaged mainly in fire/emergency response activities and community public safety-related duties. Full-time personnel work 24-hours on, 48-hours off shift schedule.
Battalion Chief » Rob Crawford
Battalion Chief » Tony Monnig
Battalion Chief » Shawn Crump
Chaplin » Stormy Davis
Building and Fleet Management
The building, facilities and fleet management are supported by staff in multiple ways. The day-to-day facilties are handled not only by on-duty firefighter staff but a fully capable and qualified support staff. Duties consist of generator maintenance, buildings and grounds, light duty preventative fleet maintenance, mechanical, and a whole host of other support operations.
Maintenance » Dan Burns
Light Duty Maintenance » Charlie Shaw
The administrative support services of the District are maintained by the Secretary. The Secretary acts as the central location for every type of administrative, support, and personnel coordination items needed to keep the District running internally.
Secretary » Samantha Forir