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Ethical landmines abound in the fire service — from political favors to bribery. As a result, chief officers need to hone their ethical skills in order to better serve their community, which in many cases already has distrust for political figures and government agencies. Presenter Michael Burton, fire chief of Tamarac (Fla.) Fire Rescue Department, shares with FIRE CHIEF Senior Editor Mary Rose Roberts how to recognize and then approach ethical dilemmas with poise and morality. Burton also provides details on the biggest ethical issues facing chiefs and how each individual decision to do the right thing will shape the future of the fire service.
Ethical Landmines: Recognizing, Understanding and Avoiding the Trap
Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2013
10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.