Fire Rescue Chief
Public Safety Emergency Manager
1769 E. Moody Blvd. Bldg #3
Bunnell, Florida 32110
Non Emergency 24 Hour
Sheriff's 911 Center
Len Ensalaco joined the Flagler County Fire Rescue Department in 2006 to develop and build out the Fire & EMS Training Division. Division Chief Ensalaco came to us with over 16 years of teaching experience for Private Industry, National Safety Council, and with Dade and Broward Fire Academies serving as an adjunct instructor.
Prior to his employment with Flagler County, he spent over 22 years with the City of Ft. Lauderdale Fire Rescue Department where he promoted up through the ranks, serving as Fire Training Lieutenant, Hazardous Materials Team Coordinator, and Field Training Officer, from September 1983 – April 2006.
Len holds a Bachelors and Associates Degree in Fire Science Technology, and is licensed as a Live Fire Instructor.
Chief Ensalaco is charged with planning the training required of each Flagler County Firefighter/Paramedic. Annually he coordinates inter-agency training with surrounding area agency responders.
His responsibilities consist of developing, designing, planning, coordinating, delivering, and managing the documentation of training for Fire/EMS and Special Rescue Teams. This includes planning, organizing, and development completion of newly State Certified Flagler County Fire Academy, being one of only 39 certified training centers in Florida. Chief Ensalaco automatically responds to special high hazard or large scale emergencies and serves as the Incident Commander or Safety Officer to help manage scene operations.
Chief Ensalaco has a Bachelor’s Degree and Associates Degree in professional & fire science technology plus numerous Florida licenses and certifications such as; certified Fire Instructor III, Fire Officer I & II, Live Fire Instructor, Fire Safety Inspector, State certified Paramedic, and numerous NIMS/FEMA All Hazards Chief level positions. He is currently working on completing the new State Safety Officer and Arson Investigator I programs in order to better serve the community.
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