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APSAC - Assessors

The Airborne Public Safety Accreditation Commission prides itself in selecting highly qualified and experienced individuals to become unit on-site assessors.  Assessors are required to be experienced in public safety aviation while being committed to the principles and advancement of the public safety aviation industry.  Assessors shall demonstrate the following characteristics/attributes during the entire assessment:

  1. High level of professionalism
  2. Confidentiality
  3. Objectivity
  4. High level of positive interpersonal communication skills
  5. Open, warm and friendly manner
  6. Initiative
  7. Accountability
  8. Honesty and Integrity

Qualified individuals are encouraged to apply to become an assessor.  Click here to view the qualification requirements for the position of assessor and click here to obtain and submit an on-line application.

Assessors

Bill Probets, Lead Assessor - East Bay Regional Parks District

Scott Beck, Fire Assessor - Kern Co (CA) Fire Department

Bill Fitzgerald, Assessor - Orange Co (CA) Sheriff's Department

Brian Martin, Assessor - Maryland State Police

William Payne, Fire Assessor - CAL FIRE

Steve Robertson, Assessor - Glendale (CA) Police Department

Safety Seminars
August 27 - 29, 2019
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Las Vegas, NV
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September 3 - 5, 2019
Ottawa, ON Canada
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APSA Rescue Summit

January 27, 2020
Anaheim, CA
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