Assistant Chief Roy Short, Jr.
Assistant Chief Roy Short, Jr. started with the fire service in 1992 as a volunteer firefighter with BMOP Volunteer Fire Department, Inc. While with BMOP, A/C Short served as a volunteer firefighter, full-time Firefighter/EMT, Lieutenant, Captain and Vice President of the Corporation. A/C Short remained active as a volunteer Firefighter/Medic with the department until April, 2002 when BMOP became part of Central Joint Fire-EMS District.
Assistant Chief Short also became a member of Batavia Township Fire and Rescue as a part-time employee in 1996. In 1999 he was promoted to full-time status and remained a full-time employee of the department until April, 2002 when Batavia Fire and Rescue became part of Central Joint Fire-EMS District.
A/C Short has been with the District since its inception on April 1, 2002. A/C Short began his career with the District as a Captain and was promoted to Assistant Chief in 2003. A/C Short serves as the Chairperson of the Clermont County Fire Chiefs’ Alliance EMS Committee, is a member of the Clermont County Fire Code Committee, a member of the Clermont County Fire Investigation Team, is an Ohio Continuing Education Instructor in EMS, and a graduate of Lead Clermont 2006.
A/C Short’s duties include but are not limited to supervising Station 11 staff (12 Firefighter/Medics), fire inspections, scheduling, building plan reviews, and fire investigations.
Assistant Chief Short may be reached by telephone at 513-732-3876 or by email at email@example.com
Division Chief Joe Stoffolano
Division Chief Stoffolano came to Central Joint Fire-EMS District from Delhi Township Fire Department, Hamilton County. D/C Stoffolano first started in Public Safety as a Volunteer EMT while in college in Washington, DC and in Calvert County, Maryland.
D/C Stoffolano has been an instructor with various local EMS agencies including with the former Paramedic Program at the University of Cincinnati and now Cincinnati State. He currently is a member of the Southwest Ohio Prehospital Care Operations Committee, actively serving on the EMS Protocol Subcommittee. He has an Associate’s Degree from the University of Cincinnati and a Bachelor’s Degree from Mount St. Joseph University. He has also attended various leadership programs including the Managing Officer Program at the National Fire Academy in Emmitsburg, MD.
D/C Stoffolano’s duties include coordinating all Fire and EMS Training as well as Fleet Management.
Division Chief Stoffolano may be reached by telephone at 513-732-3876 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Fiscal Officer Anne Lock
Fiscal Officer Anne Lock may be reached by telephone at 513-732-3876 or by email at email@example.com