2019 Run Statistics

2019 Incidents 

MONTH
EMS
FIRE
HAZMAT
RESCUE
SERVICE
TOTAL
JANUARY
582
268
21
3
58
932
FEBRUARY
573
212
17
2
42
846
MARCH
654
260
24
1
58
997
APRIL
610
293
20
7
58
988
MAY
673
309
16
9
56
1063
JUNE
720
288
15
4
63
1090
JULY
663
317
16
8
78
1082
AUGUST
684
315
18
2
69
1088
SEPTEMBER
653
266
13
7
58
997
OCTOBER
694
290
13
3
77
1077
NOVEMBER
609
234
22
4
61
930
DECEMBER
678
297
19
8
79
1081
TOTALS
7793

3349
214
58
757
12171

Percentage of Calls

INCIDENT TYPE
PERCENTAGE
EMS
64.03%
FIRE
27.52%
HAZMAT
1.76%
RESCUE
0.48%
SERVICE
6.22%

2019 Incident Responses

  A. Fires in Structures Number of Fires Number of Civilian Fire Casualties - Deaths Number of Civilian Fire Casualties - Injuries Estimated Property
1 Private Dwellings (1 or 2 family), including mobile homes
31
0
0
$514,460
2 Apartments (3 or more families)  
17
0
0
$8,720
3 Hotels and Motels 
1
0
0
$0
4 All other residential (dormitories, boarding houses, tents, etc.)
5
0
0
$21,500
5 TOTAL RESIDENTIAL FIRES (lines 1 thru 4)
54
0
0
$544,680
6 Public Assembly (church, restaurant, clubs, etc)
4
0
0
$275
7 Schools and Colleges 
2
0
0
$0
8 HealthCare and Penal Institutions (hospitals, nursing homes, prisons, etc)
0
0
0
$0
9 Stores and Offices  
3
0
0
$2,000,500
10 Industry, Utility, Defense Labs, Manufacturing
1
0
0
$0
11 Storage in Structures (barns, vehicle storage garages, general storage, etc.)
1
0
0
$6,000
12 Other Structures (vacant bldgs, bldgs under construction, outbuildings, bridges, etc.)
7
0
0
$1,000
13 TOTALS FOR STRUCTURE FIRES (lines 5 thru 12)
72
0
0
$2,552,455
14a Fires in Highway Vehicles (autos, trucks, buses, etc.)
10
0
0
$38,700
14b Fires in Other Vehicles (Planes, trains, ships, construction or farm vehicles, etc.)
5
0
0
$114,000
15 Fires outside of Structures with Value involved, but Not Vehicles (outside storage, crops, timber, etc.)
5
0
0
$10,200
16 Fires in Brush, Grass, Wildland (excluding crops and timber) with no value involved
20
0
0
-
17 Fires in Rubbish, Including Dumpsters (outside of structures), with no value involved 
21
0
0
-
18 All other fires   
8
0
1
$210
19 TOTALS FOR FIRES (lines 13 thru 18)
141
0
1
$2,715,565
20 Rescue, Emergency Medical Responses (ambulance, EMS, rescue)
5195
-
-
-
21 False Alarm Responses (malicious or unintentional false calls, system malfunctions, bomb scares)
581
-
-
-
22 Mutual Aid or Assistance Responses
4491
-
-
-
23a Hazardous Materials Responses (spills, leaks, etc.)
151
-
-
-
23b Other Hazardous Responses (arcing wires, bomb removal, power line down, etc.)
72
-
-
-
24 All other responses (smoke scares, lock-outs, animal rescues, etc.)
1525
-
-
-
25
TOTAL FOR ALL INCIDENTS (lines 19 thru 24)
12156
-
-
-
26 Mutual Aide Given
4491
-
-
-
27 Mutual Aide Received
1575
-
-
-

2019 Breakdown of False Alarm Responses

Type of False Alarm
Number of Incidents
Malicious, Mischievous False Call
46
System Malfunction
214
Unintentional (tripping on interior device accidentally, etc.)
180
Other False Alarms (Bomb scares, etc.)
141
TOTAL should equal item 21 above
581

2019 Fire and Explosive Service Responses

Type of Investigation
Number of Incidents
Fire and Other Investigations
66
Explosive Services Responses
165
K-9's used at Incidents
67

2019 Incidents by City Units

Calls by Station
(Multiple Station Units on the same incident)
20346
Annapolis Neck Station
3651
Eastport Station
4440
Forest Drive Station
6314
Taylor Avenue Station
5941

2019 Calls by Units

Forest Drive Station
6314
E351
2747
E352
209
MU35
2528
EMS35
53
BC35
765
U35
12
Eastport Station
4440
E361
1655
E362
141
MU36
1712
MU36B
169
MU37
15
MU38
3
TK36
588
FB36
84
U36
31
ATV36
7
UTV36
35
Taylor Avenue Station
5941
E381
1713
MU39
2138
RS38
697
TK39
1378
U37
15
Annapolis Neck Station
3651
MU48
1879
EMS36
1772
Special Teams
20
BT37
20
Headquarters
233
CHIEF35
2
DEP35
3
LOG35
3
OPS35
167
TD35
44
TD36
14
Investigation
594
FM761
66
FM762
212
FM763
138
FM764
138
ESU35
40
Tactical Medics
37
TM35
21
TM36
16