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Resources for Fire Prevention Officials

Free resources to help fire prevention officials keep community residents safe from fire and other emergencies.


Sample press releases

Need a head start writing a fire prevention press release for your fire department? Use our sample press releases that address seasonal and other fire safety topics, such as:

  • Smoke alarms.
  • Heating fire safety.
  • Fire safety and holidays.

Explore press releases


Connect. Communicate. Collaborate.

Help bring awareness to — and learn about — problems and trends that threaten the lives of those we have sworn to protect from fire and life safety issues by joining the Fire Marshal Interchange.

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Planning fire safety interventions for older adults

The Fire-Safe Seniors Program helps you plan and implement fire safety interventions for the high-risk group of older adults. It can be used by organizations that serve seniors at the national, state or community level.

Learn about the program


Teaching young children about fire safety

The Sesame Street Fire Safety Program shows educators how to empower children ages 3 to 5 with essential fire safety information and skills that can make a big difference in case of an emergency.

Get the curriculum