Our users must agree to the terms and conditions that are listed below, or risk permanent blocking of this page and our social media accounts.
All material published on this page is copywritten for the respective year that it was created. This includes all creative elements of this site, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.
If found to be in violation of copyright laws pertaining to original content creation, the subject found in violation of said laws, will be prosecuted in the county that they have accessed them.
Persons wanting to use our photography must submit a formal request to the page, or message us on Facebook with a specific reason why they are using our photography.
This does not include sharing our original posts, as we will still receive credit.
2. Media Requests
If a media organization requests to use our video or photography via Facebook, YouTube or other media page, they must make contact with our media relations director through the Facebook page.
If a fire department or other emergency agency requests content services including the following: Press Releases, Media Advisories, Photography, Videography, other creative services. Please have a department member from operational/line staff, or administrative members reach out to us.
3. Constitutional First Amendment
We as members of free press, free speech, have the right to film, take photography, write and create articles from incidents that we respond to.
If we are on a scene in a business complex that is open to public access, it is allowed for us to remain on that scene.
We will continue to take pictures of public property, from public property. This includes the following items: License Plates, Business Names, Street Signs, Fire Stations, Residential Streets.
Any persons or organization who infringe upon these constitutional rights will receive a written notification that these rights have been violated. The second time will result in legal written warning. A third instance will result immediate legal action.