In this episode of Fire Law Roundup for November 14, 2022, Brad and Curt discuss the impact of the Massachusetts Human Resource Division to cancel all upcoming fire promotional examinations; a wildland firefighter who drove a US Forest Service engine company to what he thought was a rendezvous with an underage girl and ended up being caught as part of a sexual predator sting; a ruling in favor of the Miami-Dade Fire Rescue and three firefighter paramedics accused of negligence and deliberate indifference; a decision by the US Supreme Court denying the appeal of a transgendered fire chief; and a new YCMTSU lawsuit filed in the Kansas City triple fatal apparatus accident case.
YCMTSU Kansas City Fatal Accident Case Takes New Turn
Massachusetts Cancels Promotional Exams for Fire Departments
California Sexual Predator Sting Nets Firefighter Driving Engine
11th Circuit Upholds Ruling in Favor of Miami Dade Fire Rescue and Three Firefighters
Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Appeal of Transgendered Fire Chief