The Emergency Operations Division responds to a variety of emergency and non-emergency calls for services. Emergency responses include fire suppression, emergency medical incidents, hazardous materials threats, and various technical rescue incidents. Non-emergency services include fire code enforcement, fire inspections of buildings and facilities, and fire investigative services in support of the Fire Prevention Services Division. The division, which also provides community outreach and education, is comprised of 87 (not including six Federal grant-funded firefighters) sworn personnel working from four fire stations strategically located across the City. Personnel staff four fire engines, two fire trucks, and three ambulances 24 hours per day, 365 days a year.