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Accreditation Manager Scott Ridings

The Monument Fire District is actively pursuing agency accreditation through the Commission of Fire Accreditation International (CFAI).

Accreditation achieves the following:

  • Provides greater community alignment.

  • Encourages quality improvement.

  • Facilitates input from and builds positive relationships with labor.

  • Identifies areas of strengths and weaknesses.

  • Allows for the establishment of a plan for improvement.

  • Provides data-supported decision-making.

  • Communicates management and leadership philosophies.

  • Ensures your agency has a defined mission and related objectives.

  • Encourages the development of organizational procedural documents.

Accreditation is the process of continual improvement.


The district has completed a five-year strategic plan and is working to complete the community risk assessment (CRA) and standards of cover (SOC). These three documents are at the foundation of agency accreditation.


In 2024, the district hopes to host its site visit from the peer assessment team and go before the commission for accreditation in 2025. 

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