What We Do

As a labor organization representing the interest of our members, we seek to improve the safety and wellbeing of our firefighters through legislative , political and social means.

Who We Are

We are a local affiliate of the International Association of Fire Fighters proudly serving the men and women firefighters and EMS responders protecting Suffolk.

Who We Represent

Over 200 of the hard working men and women who have chosen to serve and protect the citizens of Suffolk, VA. These truly are Suffolk’s bravest and we protect those who protect you.

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Firefighters want support in the battle against work-related cancer

SUFFOLK, Va. — According to the Center for Disease Control, firefighters see an increased risk of getting cancer because of the carcinogens they’re around at a fire. 
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3 adults displaced in attic fire at Suffolk house

SUFFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — An attic fire at a Suffolk house has displaced three people. Suffolk Fire and Rescue officials said in a tweet firefighters responded to a house in the 300 block of Carolina Road, finding heavy smoke in the attic area of the home. Dispatchers said there was a call about the fire received just…
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‘That’s my house’: Suffolk dispatcher answers 911 call about fire that took her home, 3 dogs

SUFFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — “I’ve been a dispatcher on and off for about 20 years,” said Barbara Hughes. Hughes, a Suffolk resident, says it’s a job she lives for.  “You never know what to expect.” Hughes found that out early Thursday morning while at work at the Emergency Communications Center. A fire call came in just before…
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