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Chief of Fire Prevention and Inspection

Chief Alan R. Cominsky has served as Miami-Dade Fire Rescue's (MDFR) Deputy Fire Marshal since March 2013. He has been a member of Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Department for over 17 years. Just prior to his appointment as Deputy Fire Marshal, Chief Cominsky served as the Division Chief of South Operations. He has steadily risen through the ranks of the organization and has held every civil service rank including Fire Fighter, Fire Lieutenant, Fire Captain, and Battalion Chief.

Now as Deputy Fire Marshal, Chief Cominsky oversees MDFR's Fire Prevention Division, which is comprised of eight bureaus that deliver life safety and fire prevention services, including Fire Engineering, New Construction, Existing Construction, Code Compliance, Permit Administration, Fire Investigation, Aviation Life Safety and Special Events staffing and coordination.

Chief Cominsky has an associate's degree in science and an associate's degree in arts from Miami-Dade Community College, a bachelor's degree in Public Administration from Barry University, and a master's degree in Public Administration from Barry University.

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Chief Alan R. Cominsky

Chief Alan R. Cominsky



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