1312 hours...911 dispatchers notified the firefighters of an injury accident on Ky Rt. 2030 just past the three-way stop of Ky Rt. 1426 in the curve. Firefighters arrived on scene and contacted both ...
0758 hours...911 dispatchers notified the firefighters of a non-injury accident blocking school traffic on the Harold bridge on Ky Rt. 680. Firefighters responded and the roadway was cleared shortly ...
1333 hours...911 dispatchers notified the Betsy Layne firefighters of an injury accident on U.S. Highway 23 near the entrance to our fire station. Firefighters assisted with traffic control and there...
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Brian White 424
Years of Service
Public Information Officer (P.I.O.)
Firefighters 400-level certified
KSP Post 9 Terminal Agency Coordinator TAC
FF Certified 400-hr AHA CPR/AED Certified
Brian joined the Betsy Layne Fire Dept. on March 5th, 1990, and was the department fire dispatcher for several years thereafter greatly assisting him in obtaining his current employment.
The offices in which he has held/still holds with our department include Secretary 1991 to 1992 1998 to 2015 2016 to present, Vice President 1993 to 1994, Quarter Master 1994 to 2007 2010 to 2012 2017 to present, Water Resource Officer 1996 to 2004 2006 to 2007, Public Relations Officer 2014 to 2015, and Public Information Officer 2015 to present.
He was awarded the 1993 Betsy Layne Firefighter of the Year award, the same year that he also obtained his Level I firefighter certification. He later obtained Level II certification in 2006.
Brian and his wife, Michelle, reside at Harold and attend the Vogel-Day United Methodist Church.
A firm believer that a great leader should "lead by example" and always try to remain proactive, Brian has been a Kentucky State Police telecommunicator since March 1st, 1994, at which time he was assigned to Post 9 in Pikeville where he has since obtained levels of Telecommunicator II and Communications Training Officer. The winner of both the 2006 and 2013 KSP Civilian Award for Communications Support in the East Branch, Brian has previously served as the acting radio room shift supervisor and also as the post-level Civilian Orientation training representative. He currently serves as the Kentucky State Police T.A.C. for Post 9 Pikeville.