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2017 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan 19 40
Feb 14 23
Mar 28 32
Apr 33 19
May 32 48
Jun 44 36
Jul 0 0
Aug 0 0
Sep 0 0
Oct 0 0
Nov 0 0
Dec 0 0
Total 170 198

2016 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan 22 31
Feb 26 33
Mar 13 32
Apr 21 42
May 23 47
Jun 27 40
Jul 39 56
Aug 38 44
Sep 33 43
Oct 31 44
Nov 38 42
Dec 24 32
Total 335 486

Past Incidents
Year Total
2016 809
2015 770
2014 727
2013 758
2012 645
2011 691

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Welcome to the Town of Little Compton Fire Department. The purpose of this web site is to provide you with general information about our department; provide you with specific information about current issue affecting you and your family; update you about our latest incidents and events; and, give you an opportunity to contact us with any questions or comments you may have.

Our site is not only designed to offer you interesting and educational information, but also to reflect the tremendous pride and spirit within our department. We maintain a great respect for our history, and a strong sense of duty towards excellent performance in the present, and we look forward to meeting the challenges of the future. The Little Compton Fire Department is committed to delivering the highest quality of service to the Town of Little Compton in the most effective, efficient, safest, and professional way possible. The fire department provides services in fire suppression, rescue, fire prevention, fire inspection, emergency medical services, ocean rescues and disaster mitigation to list a few.

Our greatest resource, by far, are the 8 dedicated firefighters that currently make up this great department. The firefighters are committed to protecting the Town of Little Compton 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The department has one station which houses 5 different pieces of up-to-date, well maintained fire apparatus.

Whether you are a seeking specific information or just browsing, whether you are a concerned citizen of our community, or simply a curious fire buff; we trust you will find this web site helpful and informative. We welcome your questions or comments.


Best regards,

Richard G. Petrin

Chief of Department

Res-Q-Jack Training

LCFD, July 19

This Morning our crews trained on a newly acquired piece of equipment. The department purchased Res-Q-Jacks, with funds from a donation from Briggs Beach. These Res-Q-Jacks are utilized to stabilize cars, trucks or any large piece of equipment, including farm tractors, to allow crews to safely work and perform an extrication. Charlie, a sales representative from Res-Q-Jack, came down to demonstrate ... (Full Story & Photos)

Church Fair

LCFD, July 08

Today LCFD participated in the 37th Annual Church Fair and Road Race. Along with providing a Detail Ambulance and Crew for the Road Race, We also set up a tent of our own to increase our community relations and visibility. We provided Free Blood Pressure checks, answered EMS and Fire related questions for the general public, and provided EMD related CPR demonstrations to the public. The feedback we ... (Full Story & Photos)

Motor Vehicle Crash - Car v. Pole

LCFD, June 29

LCFD Responded to the area of 58 Willow Ave for Motor Vehicle Crash, Car v. Pole. The driver of the vehicle, fortunately, walked away with no injuries. National Grid responded and replaced the affected pole, power the area was not affected. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Tanker Shuttle Training

LCFD, June 28

This Morning, LCFD was out training with Tiverton and Westport FDs. Tanker ops is a significant part of fire suppression for us and our neighboring departments. It takes a few runs to get things running smooth. This is something we can never train enough on.... (Full Story & Photos)

Mutual Aid to Tiverton - Nonquit Pond Water Rescue

LCFD, June 23

This afternoon, LCFD assisted Tiverton Fire Department for a water rescue on Nonquit Pond off of Pond Bridge Rd. A 911 call was received but no location was given. 911 was able to locate the calling party via GPS. LCFD responded with Car 2, Marine 2 and Rescue 1. Our crew was able to bring 2 parties back to shore and tow their canoe back as well. One party was transported to the hospital for evaluation. ... (Full Story & Photos)



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