Obtaining Fire Incident Reports
A fire incident report is generated by the Fire Department each time a piece of fire apparatus is dispatched to assist with a fire, hazardous materials incident, rescue or other dangerous situation. Fire incident reports are public records, available upon request to anyone.
To request a copy of a fire incident report, print the fire incident report form (PDF) and carefully follow the printed instructions, including the instructions for returning it by mail.
For questions, please contact our fire reporter at firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a $35 fee to perform a record search and provide a copy of a fire/incident report. The fee must accompany the request.
Please do not email EMS or Patient Care requests. Follow the detailed instructions below to obtain those records.
Obtaining EMS, Patient Care Reports
A patient care report is generated whenever Singerly Fire Company assists a sick or injured person. These reports contain confidential medical information and are not part of the public record. Copies of patient care records are available to our patients, their representatives and others as specified by Maryland Public Health – General, Title 4. Statistics And Records, Subtitle 3. “Confidentiality Of Medical Records.”
The Fire Department’s policies and procedures for the release of patient care reports comply with restrictions specified under state law. Singerly Fire Company strives to make the process of obtaining copies of records as easy as possible for those seeking them. However, to allow for processing time, walk-in requests are generally not accepted.
There is a $50 fee to perform a record search and provide a copy of a patient care report. The fee must accompany the request.
Please select from the following list to obtain a patient care report.
- I am an attorney representing:
- I am the patient
- I am the parent of a patient who is a minor child
- I am a court-appointed guardian or custodian of the patient
- I am a personal representative of a deceased patient
- I am authorized to consent to health care for the patient
If none of these options meets your needs, email the Assistant Chief for EMS or call 410-398-2078, Ext. 248. If calling, please be sure to leave a detailed message of the nature of your request.
For billing questions, call the customer service department of our billing contractor, R1, a national management company, at 888-326-4309.
Attorneys may request EMS bills while obtaining a patient care report following the above procedures.