Center for Public Safety Excellence Recognizes City of Manassas Battalion Chief
Battalion Chief Todd Lupton has received certification as a Chief Emergency Medical Services Officer from the Center for Public Safety Excellence. Currently, there are less than 100 fire officials in the U.S. who have earned this designation.
With more than 17 years of experience in Fire and Rescue, Battalion Chief Todd Lupton is a nationally registered paramedic. Lupton’s community involvement, public speaking, and field and professional contributions are a great benefit to the City of Manassas.
The Chief EMS Officer (CEMSO) Designation Program recognizes emergency medical services leaders of fire, private, hospital and third-service providers who have demonstrated excellence throughout their careers. The designation verifies past accomplishments and represents a launching point for continued achievement.
The program specifies minimum academic achievements and practical experience required for eligibility, and assesses contributions to the emergency services field through professional articles, public speaking, teaching, and research as well as professional memberships and community and civic involvement.