California Professional Firefighters

Feb 22 2017

Dozens of fire and law enforcement agencies come together in Sacramento for joint training exercise to prepare for the unthinkable. The groundbreaking Unified Response to Violent Incidents training was created by the Cal-JAC, the labor-management apprenticeship training program co-sponsored by CPF.

Feb 8 2017

 United Firefighters of Los Angeles City, Local 112 and the Los Angeles Fire Department is saddened to announce the passing of Fire Captain David Moorman.

Jan 29 2017

Corona Firefighters Local 3757 is saddened to announce the passing of one of their own in the line of duty. Corona Fire Captain Randy Brunet was diagnosed with job related cancer just two years after his retirement. He succumbed to this disease on January 28. He was 57 years old.

Jan 24 2017

With a surge in suicides among firefighters, the reality of post-traumatic stress in the fire service has become the health and safety issue of the 21st Century. Fire service labor -- CPF and IAFF -- is working with management to address the mental toll of the profession and keep our firefighters healthy.

Jan 23 2017

 Tracy Firefighters Local 3355 is saddened to announce the passing of Fire Captain Dan Havicus, who died on January 19th after a short illness.

Jan 18 2017

Montebello Firefighters, Local 3821 and the Montebello Fire Department are saddened to announce the loss of Fire Captain Richard “Richie” Shaft, who passed away from job-related cancer.

Jan 8 2017

Firefighter Backed Bills Become Law - The dawning of 2017 brings several new laws impacting California's firefighters, including ways to recognize their fallen and protects their rights after on-the-job injuries.

Dec 8 2016

For the past five years, members of the San Ramon Valley Firefighters, Local 3546 have held their "Rock to Remember" benefit concert supporting the California Fire Foundation's Daniel A. Terry Scholarship program.

Nov 15 2016

Honoring Our Fallen -- On October 15, 2016, the names of 29 fallen heroes were added to the California Firefighters Memorial in a moving ceremony in Sacramento's Capitol Park.

Nov 8 2016

In a political world full of twists and turns, one thing remains constant: California voters trust their firefighters and will stand up for them on the issues that matter to their safety. 

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