MPA, 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
Peter Struble was a member of the Wallingford Fire Department in CT for 35 years. He spent the last 13 years as the department’s fire chief. Upon retiring from the fire department he joined the faculty at the University of New Haven Fire Science Department. While teaching at the University of New Haven he has developed a course in Strategic Planning for the Fire Service at the graduate level and introduced the first emergency medical services courses. His current work responsibilities for the University of New Haven are coordination and management of an undergraduate college level paramedicine program. He has an expertise in Emergency Medical Services at the Paramedic transport level and organizational leadership. He is experienced in a both unionized and volunteer labor environments with the ability to create collaborative relationships.
Chief Struble holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the State University of New York in Fire Service Management, a Master’s Degree from the University of New Haven in Public Administration and is a recognized national speaker in fire and emergency medical services. His credentials include designation as a Chief Fire Officer and Chief Medical Officer from the Center for Public Safety Excellence.
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
FIRE 6632 (Strategic Planning for Public Safety Leaders) – required for students who opt to take the EMGT 6690 Emergency Management Research Project Course