Peter Struble, M.P.A.
M.P.A., University of New Haven, 2007
B.S., Fire Service Management, State University of New York, 1995
A.S., Fire Science and Administration, Waterbury State Technical College, 1990
Chief Struble has been with the Wallingford Fire Department for over 27 years. He has spent the last 13 as the department?s chief. He has been part of the faculty at the University of New Haven for the past 6 years. He has an interest and expertise in Fire Department Based Emergency Medical Services at the Paramedic level. His fire department currently operates both first responder and transport units within a fire department based paramedic system. He is currently the advisor to the Fire Science Club and has assisted the EMS club over the last two years. He works closely with Yale New Haven Hospital to jointly bring Emergency medical services classes to the University of New Haven. Chief Struble is one of less than 100 Fire Officers nationwide to be accredited as both a Chief Fire Officer and a Chief Medical Officer.
Recently Published Books and Articles
International Association of Fire Chiefs, "Enhancing Fire-Based EMS - Transitioning to the Next Level" contributing author, due for release August 2013
Fire Chief Magazine, "Move Toward College-Based Programs for EMS," July 2012
- FS 307 Municipal Fire Administration
- FS 500 Special Topics: Foundations of Emergency Medical Systems
- FS 500 Special Topics: Emergency Medical Services Operations
- FS 502 Emergency Medical Technician
- EMG 602 Principles and Practices of Hazard Mitigation
- FS 631 Organization and Management Public Fire Protection
- FS 632 Strategic Planning for the Fire Service