If I have had an emergency, how do I obtain a copy of the incident report?

For incident reports not related to medical emergencies, such as a house or vehicle fire or a service call, you may obtain a copy of the incident report by using the City's Public Records Request portal. Once you complete the online form, the report will be ready in approximately seven City business days.

For medical incidents, reports may be obtained at Fire Department Headquarters, 9500 Pines Boulevard, Building B, Pembroke Pines, Florida 33026, on the second floor, during regular City Business Hours. Calling ahead to 954-499-9600 will aid in the process. Due to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and other patient privacy laws, medical reports can only be released to the person involved in the incident, who must appear in person and provide proper identification. If the involved person cannot appear in person, the report can only be released to a party who holds a legal power of attorney on the patient’s behalf.

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1. Are there current job opportunities with the Pembroke Pines Fire Department?
2. What are the Fire Department’s business hours and how do I contact someone?
3. What is the Public Protection Classification (ISO Rating) in Pembroke Pines?
4. My insurance company is looking for the ISO rating, the distance from the nearest fire hydrant, and how close I am to the nearest fire station. Where can I find this information?
5. How are my property taxes calculated for fire protection?
6. Why does a fire truck show up for a medical emergency?
7. Does it cost anything when I call 911 for an emergency?
8. If I lock my keys inside my vehicle, will the Fire Department unlock it for me?
9. If I have had an emergency, how do I obtain a copy of the incident report?
10. Where can I get my blood pressure checked?
11. Where is the closest fire station?
12. Does the Fire Department teach safety classes or CPR?
13. How can I dispose of my used syringes?