2019 Call Response Data
By Department Chief Mike Cameron
March 1, 2020

In 2019 Cypress Pointe Fire/Rescue responded to a wide variety of call types to assist citizens with many different emergencies. Below is a brief synopsis of our call data from 2019.

Cypress Pointe Fire/Rescue's district includes parts of two counties and two municipalities. The district is made up by 85 square miles and is covered from three stations by 72 personnel.
At the end of each year the department evaluates all aspects of the department’s response and public education efforts, below are some of the 2019 statistics:

Total Call Volume 1,086 Calls for Service.

Call Volume Area:
Town of Cameron 34 Calls
Harnett County 41 Calls
Moore County 727 Calls
Town of Vass 161 Calls
Out of District 123 Calls

Percentage of Call Volume by Contract Area
Town of Cameron 3.13%
Town of Vass 14.82%
Harnett County 3.77%
Moore County 66.96%
Out of District 11.32%

Call Volume by Call Type
Fires 127
Overpressure/Explosion 0
Medical/Rescue 592
Hazardous Conditions 24
Service Calls 77
Good Intent Calls 167
False Alarm/False Call 77
Severe Weather 22

Calls by Station
Station 1 – Vass 517 Calls
Station 2 – Cameron 295 Calls
Station 3 - Woodlake 173 Calls
Station 4 – Youngs Rd 101 Calls – (Data Collection Only – Planned Station)

Average Response Time: 7.28 (district calls only)

Average Responders Per Call
7 Firefighter/EMT’s per call

Overlapping Incidents (multiple calls at the same time)
224 times we had multiple calls at the same time.

Total Training Hours
11,815.53 Hours

Public Education
324 Adults
1,089 Children

Smoke Detector Installation
19 Installed