Bradd K Clark

Fire Department

Bradd Clark began his job as Fire Chief for the Ocala Fire Department in Ocala, Florida, on February 1, 2012. Prior to his position in Ocala, Bradd was the Fire Chief for the Owasso Fire Department in Oklahoma. He was also employed as an adjunct professor for Oklahoma State University in the School of Fire Protection and Safety Engineering Technology (where he received his bachelor's degree) and in the Fire and Emergency Management Program (where he was the first graduate of the program). Bradd has also completed the Executive Fire Officer Program at the National Fire Academy and is the first Chief Fire Officer designee in the State of Oklahoma from the Commission on Chief Fire Officer Designation. Bradd is formerly the Fire Chief of the City of Sand Springs, Oklahoma, and Fire Marshal for the City of Stillwater, Oklahoma. He began his fire service career in Poquoson, Virginia, in 1984. Bradd has participated as chair/delegate on many IFSTA committees including: Fire Detection and Suppression, Aerial Apparatus Driver/Operator Handbook, Essentials, and Safety Officer. Bradd currently serves as the Chair of the IFSTA Executive Board.


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