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Profile Information

Type of Organization
Law Enforcement
Job Function
Training Officer, 911 Operator/Dispatcher
Years in Fire/EMS:
35
Primary Fire/EMS Department:
Boston Police
Years With Department/Agency
8
Dept. Web Site:
http://www.cityofboston.gov/police
Web Site:
http://www.incidentpage.net
Other Past or Current Departments and Organizations
International Highway Radio Patrol
Massachusetts Safety Service
Massachusetts Safety Patrol
Boston Police Department
Childrens Hospital Security Police
Public Safety Telecommunicator, City of Cambridge MA
Commanding Officer, Cambridge Auxiliary Fire Dept.
State-registered EMT-Ambulance [30 years]
Certified APCO Instructor, Basic Telecommunicator [4th Edition]
Certified APCO Communication Training Officer
Academy Instructor, Basic and Applied Logistics
Instructor, American Red Cross CPR and Advanced First Aid
Supervisor, American Red Cross First Aid Stations
Onscene Responder, American Red Cross Disaster Services
My Training:
BPD Emergency Deployment Team
BPD Unified Command Center
NICS 100/400/700
Shotspotter Instructor
Haz-Mat Responder
School Bus Rescue
NCIC/NLETS certified
CISD Stress Management
Massachusetts EMT-A
Red Cross Disaster Response Team
About Me:
Now serving as Assistant Administrator in Charge [Recruiting] for IPN, the largest and most comprehensive emergency notification service on the planet. Prior to this buffed for FireRadio Boston, Metro Radio, Boston Citywide, NH Statewide, RI and CT Notification, NY/NJ Notification, and their allied systems. Former Lieutenant, International Highway Radio Patrol. Founded the Massachusetts Safety Service in 1980. Extensive background in radio broadcasting and computer systems [MIT '73]. Also studied Criminal Justice at Suffolk University and Community Service Management at UMass-Boston.

Commendations and Awards: US Presidential Life-Saving Order of Merit, American Red Cross Medal for Extraordinary Personal Action, United States Delegate to the first World Disaster Conference in 1980, 1984 US Olympic Team [EMS], City of Cambridge City Council Commendation [2], Boston Police Commendation [12], Lead Dispatcher, Boston Police Delegation to the 2004 Democratic National Convention
Day Job:
High Exalted Grand Poobah of The Sedlis Group, a multi-interest conglomerate
Relationship Status:
In a Relationship
Facebook or Other Online Profile:
http://facebook.com
Why I Joined Fire/EMS
It chose me. If you ask, most of us will answer the same. We do what we do because we want to, because we feel we need to, and because we are proud of what we do. We make a difference in our communities. We dont do it for riches or glory or fame.
Why I Love Fire/EMS
Making the difference that keeps people safe.
Top Issues Facing Responders:
Keeping up with rapidly changing technologies. Maintaining funding in the face of shrinking budgets and reduced number of fires. Attracting the best candidates. Aligning pay and benefits to a level that will allow personnel to stay on the job, especially in EMS. Making Dispatch the fourth profession, establishing national standards for training and performance for 911, call-taking and dispatch personnel.

Join IPN Now and get 100 points FREE to start you off!

Good day!

I am the main man for IPN, the Incident Page Network, and I invite you to join IPN and be part of the largest, most comprehensive emergency notification service on the planet. IPN sends real-time alerts of ongoing incidents in your area, to your cell phone, PDA, laptop or any text-able device. Police, Fire, EMS, Weather, Traffic.... important news and information you need to make important decisions and be in-the-know as incidents occur, around the country and around the world.

Calls are entered under strict guidelines. You do not receive multiple updates with no useful information. You do not receive joke pages, spam pages, goof pages, or pages that do not inform. Over 21 federal agencies use our service and subscribe not only for the information we provide, but to watch over us and make sure we do it right. For example: if a call comes in for a building fire and the first company goes on-scene with smoke showing, you do NOT get paged. It could be a barbecue, or outside brush, or a furnace problem. But if companies are laying in and going to work and the boss confirms he has a job, that is good enough and we page it. Then you get updates with size-up, multiple alarms, special calls, mutual aid... the important critical information you need to do your job more effectively.

The service is completely customizable. You go online and using pull-down menus, specify what types of calls you want or don't want, from particular areas you want or don't want, even alarm levels! You can alter, change or delete as you wish, when you wish, without charge. IPN is also completely transportable: lets say you go on vacation and want to take the service with you. Simply go online and specify where in the country you are visiting, then use the pull-down menus to set what type of alerts you want. Then when you are back home, simply go online again to reset the service back to your home area. Neat!

We are not a cell phone company. We don't hold to you any contract and we don't demand silly payments every time you want to change something. We have 24/7 tech support, on line and over the phone. Our toll-free hotline is always manned with specially-trained dispatchers ready to page out calls instantly. With over 3000 dispatchers and over 100,000 public safety professionals subscribed to our system, nobody does it better than IPN.

This service normally costs $3,814.263.17 per month. [Got your attention now, didn't I?] But because the boss is holding my cocker spaniel hostage and demanding results or else, we have a special offer for you.

Become a dispatcher for IPN. You will provide important coverage in your area by feeding ongoing incidents into the system. You receive the service for free. You also qualify for our premium points system, which rewards you each time you send in a call. Points accumulate and can be traded in for gift certificates, pre-paid Visa cards, even a new scanner!

Learn more and apply by using this link: http://www.incidentpage.net/disp-app.cgi
In the section "how did you hear about IPN", use my name STEVE. We will start you off with 100 points just for signing up!

Thank you for your time, and we look forward to hearing back from you!
Steve

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Happy New Year!

Posted on January 1, 2008 at 12:53am 0 Comments

Hippy Nude Year to all - happy and healthy.

Signal 10-15 x 2, box 4-281, 1727 Centre St, Tai-Ho Restaurant

Posted on August 30, 2007 at 9:59am 1 Comment

Well it was a very long night in Operations. Even cops who dont like firefighters had the dignity to put aside their petty feelings and realize that but for the Grace of God we go. But listening to the job on the radio and following along on CAD, one could not help but feel sick to the stomach. As I commented, we heard the ladder companies on the roof and knew they were in trouble. Things went south in a matter of minutes.

Then to watch it on local media and realize that these silly…

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Greetings humanoids!

Posted on August 26, 2007 at 10:09pm 0 Comments

Blog city here I am. I have survived another edition of the Boston Carribean Festival, perhaps the biggest street party in Boston. For one day the city blocks off Blue Hill Avenue and Franklin Park and allows people to get crazy. And boy do they ever! Even in 100+ degree heat, thousands showed up to march in the parades [two of them!] and just have fun. Costumes were plentiful; some of the paraders were carrying 30 pounds of decorations on their backs.

Yes we had a few problems with…

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At 8:58am on November 6, 2008, firebuffgal said…
Hey, baby! It's been a while since seeing you. Let's chat sometime.
At 11:10am on July 13, 2008, Mary T. McElroy said…
LMAO that wasn't gov't speak sweetie, its MFRI eze!!!
At 12:43pm on July 11, 2008, Steve said…
well goodness i hope you said, hey this is not the boogie man, this is the good guy! er...girl!
but now we need a photo of you without your FF gear. No, that didnt sound right. Ummm...
lets have a nice photo of you fully clothed!
At 11:41am on July 11, 2008, Erika Asst Fire Chief said…
Hey Steve, I did have 2 pairs on me in the pants pockets, but I was in a class with 2cd graders playing firefighter and some started to look started to look scared so I left them off so I still looked like a human LOL. I did not need a classroom of crying kids LOL.
At 1:46pm on June 25, 2008, Leslie Pederson said…
Hey Steve! You live in my favorite city in the world, and I live on the most northwest area of our country that you can get. I love your city!
At 10:11pm on May 27, 2008, AVI LAP said…
Hi,
As part of the Law enforcement community you are more then welcome to join Police Facebook - Worldwide Social Network for active
and retired law enforcement officers, volunteers & supporters.
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Avi Lap
At 1:33pm on March 1, 2008, Steve said…
Well here I am still waiting to get approved to go back on duty. I have been out since my auto accident on Nov 24 2007. Always wear your seat belt, people! Every trip, every time! Even with air bags deployed, I would have been dead if not for two straps and a buckle. No matter how good a driver you are, how skilled, how highly rated, there is some nitwit out there gunning for you. In my case the other driver blew a red light at moderate speed and the result was a T-bone. I suffered a fractured clavicle, concussion, sprained wrist and dislocated finger. Lucky for me there was a cop and ambulance waiting at the light. But the word 'rest' is a four letter word. The doctors prescribed that in order for the body and mind to heal. But daytime TV sucks and after a while the walls start to close in. Tests, more tests, MRI, CT, EEG, EKG... at least they didnt find the cuckoo in my head! But the dept physician has to certify me before I can resume terrorizing the city. So i wait.
At 9:06pm on February 15, 2008, Da Chief - Jim O'Neill said…
I'm beyond help Brother. BUT, I DON'T HAVE TO SHOVEL SNOW ANYMORE... Actually, I ould come back for a job in the "Turret", or hatever the hell you guys call it now. Does Timmy Hayes still ork EMS Ops or did they fire his ass?
At 8:22pm on February 15, 2008, Da Chief - Jim O'Neill said…
I guess you go back aways Brother. The first wagon I ever worked in was a Travel-All, with a 4 speed in it :). Say hello to my Brother Mark if you run into him. (Boston Fire Emergency)
 
 
 

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