DHS uses firefighters to enter homes and give everyone ‘fire risk assessments’


DHS is using firefighters to spy on Americans in their own homes.

DHS is using the U.S. Census to ask Americans, questions about smoke detectors, so they can to give homes ‘fire risk assessments’. The above video (approx. 2:30) shows how the New Orleans fire department “took it up a notch” and “went door to door, boots on the ground” entering resident’s homes to install smoke detectors in people’s bedrooms, kitchens etc.  

According to the “City of Orleans, Analytics-Informed Smoke Alarm Outreach Program,” the New Orleans Fire Department (NOFD) has been going door-to-door giving homes free ‘fire risk assessments’ since 2015.

The NOFD is launching a door-to-door smoke alarm outreach campaign that leverages analytics to prioritize those neighborhoods that are least likely to have smoke alarms and most likely to experience fire fatalities. With this analysis, NOFD will conduct a targeted, risk-informed door-to-door smoke alarm outreach program.

Two companies sponsored by the Department of Housing and Urban Development called the American Housing Survey and Enigma io are behind this program. Interestingly, ‘Enigma io’ is run by American Express, the New York Times and New Enterprise Associates a global venture capital firm.

Imagine letting a DHS agent into your home without a warrant?

That’s exactly what’s happening, as firefighters nationwide enter people’s homes under the guise of fire safety. Clickhere, here & here to find out how firefighters work for DHS. Last year, I warned everyone that firefighters are being armed and trained for urban warfare. Click here, here & here to find out more.

Firefighters told to accept ‘risk assessments’ of people and homes as inevitable

Fire Departments use “Community Risk Assessments” (CCR) to spy on homeowners.

It is important that fire service leaders, their firefighters and other staff begin to shift their thinking towards reducing and mitigating risks, as this will ultimately be expected by their communities and elected officials. This will probably not be a simple or immediate change. As with any organizational culture—particularly within the fire service—there tends to be substantial resistance to what’s new, and a strong investment in the old ways of doing things.

In other words, every firefighter must change their way of thinking and begin assessing people and homes. (more on that below)

Feds use ‘scare tactics’ to force residents into divulging personal information

Questions about smoke alarms and fire safety, have been put on Census’s around the country. Below, is an excerpt taken from the Sand Canyon Fire Safety Council Census in California.

Q: Is it important for me to submit the Census Form?

A: YES! If you want to participate in our canyon’s emergency preparedness project and get emails or phone calls regarding emergency events.
(In other words, only good citizens will receive DHS emergency events)

Q: Why is this so important?

A: This document will enable us (if we are able) to communicate with you during an emergency event.
(In other words, DHS is using ‘scare tactics’ to convince the public into giving away personal information)

Q: Do I have to do this if I am not interested?

A: NO! But we ask that you tell us that you are not interested. Our goal is to contact every family in the Sand Canyon area and only if you reply with the form, or your “not interested” will we know everyone has been reached.
(In other words, refusal means, you’ll be given a negative assessment)

Fire departments use home inspections to spy on homeowners and tenants

In other words, fire departments use home inspections to spy on homeowners and tenants.

Fire departments generate risk assessment reports of citizens

Below, is a summary of fire department ‘risk assessments’ taken from page 5.

Depending on the type of records management systems your fire department has they should be able to generate printed (risk assessment) reports or export summary information in the form of a database or a spreadsheet a minimum of every 3-5 years (more, if in a very small, low-volume community).

If you doubt this is really happening, a Google search of “fire department risk assessments returned over 2 million hits!

Fire departments use housing, income, race and education to create “community risk profiles”

According to Step 1B: Developing a Community Profile

The risk assessment should also include obtaining information on the people who are impacted by, or a part of, the problem. Therefore, it will be necessary to acquire data to develop a community demographic profile. Risk is often influenced by economic and social issues. Therefore, the community risk‐reduction process must address socioeconomic issues. The demographic composition of a community typically includes the statistical data of its population. This should include:

Fire departments use “causal factors” to give people risk assessments

Step 1C: Identify Causal Factors & Populations at Greatest Risk

“Fire Risk Likelihood” chart is identical to Australia’s “Slip Risk Resistance” chart

Step 2A’s “Qualitative Measures of Risk Likelihood” found on page 14, is IDENTICAL to Australia’s “Slip Risk Resistance” chart.

image credit: Floorspliptest
Firefighters to assess people and homes with a letter grading system designed for slips and falls! With “A” being the worst and “E” being the best. (italics mine)
 Wake up America, people are being given risk assessments based on slippery floor charts!

Firefighters use NEMSIS to create a national database

Firefighters and EMS also use the National EMS Information System (NEMSIS) to spy on everyone. The NEMSIS project was developed to help states collect more standardized elements and eventually submit the data to a national EMS database.  According to CCR, NEMSIS currently collects more than 500 elements of personal data on people.

The International Association of Fire Chiefs boasts about giving homes ‘fire risk assessments’…

“Targeting specific residential areas based upon a local risk assessment and household risk factors and performing a door-to-door campaign to introduce occupants to the value of smoke alarms.”

‘Fire risk assessment’ names:

‘Fire risk assessments’ goes by many different names, like the “Smoke Alarm Outreach Program“, “Home Fire Campaign“,”Safer Homes, Fewer Burns“, “Senior Outreach and Education” and the”Fire Prevention Week. A Google search of  “Smoke Alarm Outreach Programs” returned 129,000 hits.

Fairfax County, VA calls it “Safety in our Community”

Firefighters use their status as a “trusted partner” to enter people’s homes

Eight bogus threat assessments being used right now:

Police are giving homes ‘social disorder’ ratings
Our homes are given color-coded threat assessments
DHS and the FBI are giving our homes threat assessments
Americans being given threat assessments while travelling inside the U.S.
Risk assessments used to sentence people to death people and jail
Probation officers give nearly 7 million Americans threat assessments     
American students being given threat assessments
Grade school kids are being given social and emotional mindset assessments

It doesn’t take a professor, to see that risk assessments are bogus. Soon EVERY home in America will be also be given a ‘fire risk assessment’.


4 thoughts on “DHS uses firefighters to enter homes and give everyone ‘fire risk assessments’

  1. Yeah well f:ck you and your ass sesment of my home
    It was built to your codes , your standards , and your detectors
    So kiss off and get the F off my lawn!

    That’s what they’ll get from me

    How do you like me now?

  2. They try coming into my house there’ll be some dead firefighters.
    This wouldn’t be a problem if we stopped building houses out of flammable materials….like wood.

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