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The following are programs that the fire department is currently involved in:

Smoke Detector Program Fire Safety Program's Hydrant Flowing & Maintenance
Firefighter Clown Program Safe Place Program Equipment Repair
Fire Prevention Program Fire Station Tour Program Public Education
Emergency Medical Services Halloween Safety Program Training Programs
Haz-Mat Team Confined Space Rescue Trench Rescue Team
Arson Investigations High Angle Rescue Team Extrication Team
Voluntary Business Inspections Voluntary Home Inspections Halloween Safety Program
Fire Prevention Inspections


Install Smoke Detectors
Check Smoke Detector Batteries
Check Smoke Detectors Monthly
Crawl Low Under Smoke
If your clothes catch on fire Stop, Drop, and Roll!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Be Prepared for Emergencies
Plan escape routes in advance
Keep matches away from children
If you smoke use ashtrays
Replace electrical cords that are cracked or frayed.
Store gasoline outside your home.
Keep flammable liquids in original containers.
Have your furnace checked every year by a professional.
Don't Drink & Drive


Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death among children ages 2 to 14, due in large part to the nonuse or improper use of child seats and seat belts. Working with parents and our partners, our goal is to ensure every child is properly secured and safe every trip, every time. The Shawnee Fire Department's Child Safety Seat Program teaches parents and caregivers how to properly install child safety seats into their vehicle. Certified car seat technicians will inspect, and install car seats.

 Did you know ...

  • the number one killer of children in Oklahoma is motor vehicle crashes?
  • one simple item could help save countless children is a properly installed child safety seat?
  • 4 out of every 5 child car seats are installed incorrectly?
  • one third of children are riding in the wrong restraints for their age and size?   
  • children 5-8 years old should be riding in belt-positioning booster seats?