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The Center for Public Safety Management has delivered its report on restructuring the City of Las Vegas Fire Dept. Suggestions include giving the city all ambulance work or handing it over to others. The report also calls for making rosters more flexible and questions the use of 24-hour shifts. So how will the Las Vegas Fire Dept change? And can it do so without changing its ability to guarantee public safety?
Mike Myers, City of Las Vegas Fire Chief
Dean Fletcher, President, Las Vegas Firefighters Local 1285


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