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Barnstable Firefighters L-3276

Barnstable Firefighters L-3276 Barnstable Professional Firefighters Local 3276. This local consists of 17 members Donations are accepted throughout the year.

President: Nicholas Black
Vice President: Ryan Jones
Secretary: John Fleming
Treasurer: Keith Stranger
Member at Large: Brian Tyson

The Barnstable Professional Firefighters Local 3276 is the unionized members of the Barnstable Fire Department. It is made up of the 17 suppression staff members of the department and is heavily involved in the community in fundraising, donations of money, time and

President: Nicholas Black
Vice President: Ryan Jones
Secretary: John Fleming
Treasurer: Keith Stranger
Member at Large: Brian Tyson

The Barnstable Professional Firefighters Local 3276 is the unionized members of the Barnstable Fire Department. It is made up of the 17 suppression staff members of the department and is heavily involved in the community in fundraising, donations of money, time and

Operating as usual

Our condolences to the Jenkins family as we honor Chief John Jenkins
09/28/2022

Our condolences to the Jenkins family as we honor Chief John Jenkins

Chief Jenkins Has Passed: The West Barnstable Fire Department regrets to announce the passing of Fire Chief John P. Jenkins – Retired. John served as West Barnstable’s Fire Chief for 32 years from 1973 to 2005. He was first elected fire chief at the age of 27. John loved West Barnstable and the West Barnstable Fire Department. John was born to be a firefighter and fire chief, having ridden his bicycle to fires as a teenager, joining the WBFD in 1962. His chicken coop on Parker Road served as the WBFD’s Fire Station No. 2 for about two decades, until he oversaw the building of our current fire station in 1988. In the 1970s and 1980s, Chief Jenkins was well known for his calling of the BINGO numbers at the weekly WB Firefighter’s Bingo Fundraiser at the BWB Elementary School. Additionally, he served as the Town of Barnstable Forest Fire Warden, was a salesman for Pierce Fire Apparatus, and was famous for his Hot Dog Truck, “John’s Dogs”, – he made great clam chowder and hot dogs. The passing of John is a great loss to the entire West Barnstable Community.

Photos from Barnstable Fire Department's post
09/27/2022

Photos from Barnstable Fire Department's post

Photos from Massachusetts Department of Fire Services's post
09/24/2022

Photos from Massachusetts Department of Fire Services's post

Engine 202 with group 1 investigating a  small contained fuel spill after the heavy rains.
09/22/2022

Engine 202 with group 1 investigating a small contained fuel spill after the heavy rains.

09/15/2022

Effective today The Barnstable Fire Department would like to congratulate Firefighter/EMT Edward Poirier on his retirement from the fire service. Firefighter Poirier served the Barnstable Fire Department for 22 years as a loyal and dedicated member. The Barnstable Fire Department would like to congratulate FF/EMT Poirier on his well-earned retirement.

09/14/2022

The Barnstable Fire Department is excited to announce some upcoming changes to its command staff. Fire Chief Francis Pulsifer has announced his retirement effective November 17th, 2022. With Chief Pulsifer’s retirement, The Barnstable Fire District Prudential Committee, at its September meeting, have voted to promote Deputy Fire Chief Chris Beal as the next Fire Chief and Captain Kevin Brailey as the next Deputy Fire Chief. The department would like to wish Chief Pulsifer congratulations on his well-earned retirement and congratulate Deputy Beal and Captain Brailey on their promotions.

09/11/2022
Ladder 206 worked this fire today!
09/01/2022

Ladder 206 worked this fire today!

Photos from Massachusetts Department of Fire Services's post
08/28/2022

Photos from Massachusetts Department of Fire Services's post

Photos from Professional Fire Fighters of Massachusetts (PFFM)'s post
08/24/2022

Photos from Professional Fire Fighters of Massachusetts (PFFM)'s post

Photos from Barnstable Fire Department's post
08/22/2022

Photos from Barnstable Fire Department's post

Busy start to the day in Barnstable.
08/13/2022

Busy start to the day in Barnstable.

Photos from Town of Barnstable's post
08/05/2022

Photos from Town of Barnstable's post

07/26/2022
07/15/2022
07/06/2022

The Barnstable Fire Department is seeking qualified applicants for the full-time position of Firefighter-EMT or Firefighter-Paramedic. Please see the attached employment posting for an opportunity to work for a great fire department.

Happy 4th of July from BFD local 3276!!
07/05/2022

Happy 4th of July from BFD local 3276!!

07/04/2022
07/04/2022
06/26/2022
06/19/2022
*** WATCH *** Police and firefighters team up to free badly...
06/19/2022
*** WATCH *** Police and firefighters team up to free badly...

*** WATCH *** Police and firefighters team up to free badly...

BARNSTABLE – As you will see in the following HN video, police and firefighters worked together to free a badly injured driver from a rollover crash shortly after 1:00 a.m. this morning. The single vehicle crash took down a utility pole and power lines on Phinney's Lane, in the vicinity of...

06/19/2022
Photos from Barnstable Fire Department's post
06/13/2022

Photos from Barnstable Fire Department's post

Photos from Barnstable Fire Department's post
06/06/2022

Photos from Barnstable Fire Department's post

05/29/2022
05/24/2022

Sending prayers to Uvalde!!

Training was interrupted for Barnstable Fire District’s new Ladder 206 to respond to its first structure fire call. L-20...
05/20/2022

Training was interrupted for Barnstable Fire District’s new Ladder 206 to respond to its first structure fire call. L-206 went mutual aid to the fire scene in Dennis today.

05/17/2022

Free blood pressure checks at Sturgis Library! A paramedic will be on available June 13th 1030-1130 for anyone that would like to have theirs checked. Get free information about how you can prepare for a medical emergency!

Today group 4 trained on hose deployment. Happy Spring!
05/14/2022

Today group 4 trained on hose deployment. Happy Spring!

05/08/2022
05/04/2022

May 4 is , when we show appreciation for our firefighters, recognize the bravery they demonstrate each day, and honor the memory of those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
Cotuit Fire Department
COMM Fire, Rescue & Emergency Services
Hyannis Firefighters
West Barnstable Fire Department
Barnstable Fire Department

To learn more about the history of the day, visit www.firefightersday.org.

Congrats LT. Green!
04/29/2022

Congrats LT. Green!

Sad day in New York….RIP
04/24/2022

Sad day in New York….RIP

Please keep the members of the FDNY in your thoughts. This afternoon 31year old FF. T. Klein of Ladder 170 lost his life battling a fire.

04/19/2022
03/25/2022

ENDORSEMENT ALERT:
I am excited to share with you that our campaign for Barnstable County Sheriff has been endorsed by the Barnstable Firefighters (IAFF Local 3276). I’ve built a long history and a lot of friendships with their outstanding, dedicated members and their endorsement means very much. I am very grateful for their friendship and for their confidence in my ability to serve as your next Barnstable County Sheriff.

Our campaign has previously been endorsed by:

Barnstable Police Patrol Officers Union
Brewster Police Union
Brewster Police Superior Officers Union
Bourne Patrolmen’s Association
Falmouth Police Lieutenants Union (NEPBA Local 165)
Mashpee Police Sergeants Union
Massachusetts State Police-Commissioned Officers Association
United Federation of Police

Massachusetts Correction Officers Federated Union (MCOFU)

Professional Firefighters of Massachusetts (PFFM)
Centerville-Osterville-Marstons Mills (COMM) Professional Firefighter (IAFF Local 2346)
Dennis Professional Firefighters (IAFF Local 2583)
Sandwich Professional Firefighters (IAFF Local 2196)
Yarmouth Professional Firefighters (IAFF Local 2122)

Anastasia Welsh-Perrino, Barnstable County Register of Probate
Mary LeClair, former Barnstable County Commissioner and Treasurer

More to come. Thank you all so very much.

Congratulations!  Barnstable Village born and raised!
03/17/2022

Congratulations! Barnstable Village born and raised!

BARNSTABLE COP RECEIVES ATTORNEY GENERAL’S AWARD FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE IN POLICING

Officers from Barnstable and Walpole Police Departments recognized for their work in community policing

BOSTON – [DOJ MEDIA STATEMENT] - Two Massachusetts Police Officers were among the 18 law enforcement officers from across the Nation recognized today by Attorney General Merrick Garland at the Fifth Annual Attorney General’s Award for Distinguished Service in Community Policing.

Attorney General Garland announced the award recipients today in Atlanta. Officer Danielle St. Peter of the Barnstable Police Department and School Resource Officer Tom Hart of the Walpole Police Department were selected and honored for their exceptional work in Innovations in Community Policing.

“Officers St. Peter and Hart are exemplary representatives of our law enforcement community, and their selflessness and commitment to serving their communities is what earned them today’s honor,” said United States Attorney Rachael S. Rollins. “I had the privilege of speaking with both of their Police Chiefs today to personally offer my congratulations. Chief Sonnabend and Chief Kelleher are each incredibly proud of their Officers, as they should be. The dedication to public safety displayed by these two Officers is representative of the many men and women across the Commonwealth who honorably protect and serve our communities everyday as police officers. On behalf of all their federal law enforcement partners in the District of Massachusetts, I want to publicly thank Officer St. Peter and Officer Hart for their service and congratulate them on this tremendous honor.”

“The work of law enforcement has always been difficult—but perhaps no more so than in the recent past, as officers have faced a host of significant challenges. The officers and deputies receiving this year’s awards demonstrate how so many go above and beyond, even in the midst of trying circumstances,” said Attorney General Garland. “Every day, thousands of people who work in law enforcement forge and maintain strong community ties that are essential for ensuring public safety. The recipients of this award represent quintessential examples of such critical efforts. It is an honor to recognize them.”

The Attorney General’s Award recognizes individual state, local, Tribal and territorial police officers, deputies and troopers for exceptional efforts in community policing. The awarded officers and deputies have demonstrated active engagement with the community in one of three areas: innovations in community policing, criminal investigations, or field operations. This year, the Department received 185 nominations from 145 agencies, recognizing a total of 347 individual officers, deputies, and troopers. There were 39 states represented in the nomination pool, covering state, local, campus, sheriff and other agency types.

The work being honored this year reflects numerous examples of law enforcement officers working closely with the community to build trust, solve problems, reduce crime, and improve public safety.

The Department of Justice works closely with national law enforcement stakeholder groups during the award review period, taking advantage of their expertise and experience to determine the recipients in a competitive nomination process. The Department also works closely with its components, utilizing the breadth of knowledge within the Department to ensure a successful program that honors the exceptional service of our nation’s law enforcement officers and deputies.

Complete information on the Fifth Annual Attorney General’s Award for Distinguished Service in Community Policing can be found at https://www.justice.gov/ag/policing-award.

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All 4 groups have begun to train on our new Ladder 206.  We are very fortunate to have this replace our 30 year old Ladd...
03/14/2022

All 4 groups have begun to train on our new Ladder 206. We are very fortunate to have this replace our 30 year old Ladder 206.

03/13/2022
02/11/2022

Charity hockey game for Mayah White! Saturday April 9, 2022 at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center. Get your tickets by scanning the QR code below!

Stay strong, Mayah!

Good Job Braggs Lane and Hyannis-Barnstable Road! If you are out clearing snow and have a fire hydrant on your property,...
01/30/2022

Good Job Braggs Lane and Hyannis-Barnstable Road! If you are out clearing snow and have a fire hydrant on your property, please help us by clearing away snow in the event the hydrants are needed

01/29/2022
Rest In Peace!
01/24/2022

Rest In Peace!

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Our condolences to the Jenkins family as we honor Chief John Jenkins
Engine 202 with group 1 investigating a small contained fuel spill after the heavy rains.
Ladder 206 worked this fire today!
Busy start to the day in Barnstable.
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