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Bill Van Helden

Mitigation Planner

Charlotte County Sheriff's Office

HQ Phone:  (941) 639-2101

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Charlotte County Sheriff's Office

7474 Utilities Road

Punta Gorda, Florida,33982

United States

Company Description

It is our vision that Charlotte County remain one of the safest and most enjoyable places to live and visit in the State of Florida and in the nation and for the Charlotte County Sheriff's Office to be a leader in public safety. We achieve this through innovat...more

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Employment History

Producer, Musical Iconoclast

New York City


Fire Chief

The City of Cape Coral


EMT and Paramedic Instructor

Edison College


Division Chief In the Administration and Operations Divisions

Fire Department


Meteorologist

National Weather Service


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Van Helden new Charlotte County fire chief - CaptivaSanibel.com | Island Reporter, Captiva Current, Sanibel-Captiva Islander

islandreporter.com [cached]

Charlotte County Administrator Ray Sandrock has named Bill Van Helden as the new fire/EMS chief and public safety director.
Van Helden, who has served as a deputy chief since February 2014, succeeds Marianne Taylor, who retired after a 29-year career with the department. Van Helden joined Charlotte County as a mitigation planner in the Office of Emergency Management in February 2013 after serving as chief of the Cape Coral Fire Rescue and Emergency Services Department since September 2002. Prior to that, he worked as the department's division chief of administration and operations and deputy director of Lee County Division of Public Safety. Van Helden earned associates degrees in fire science and emergency medical technology from the former Edison Community College and a bachelor's degree in professional studies from Barry University. He is a certified firefighter and emergency paramedic and has received advanced training at the National Fire Academy, Emergency Management Institute, the Florida Division of Emergency Management. "Chief Van Helden has an exemplary record of service and experience in both firefighting and emergency management in multiple agencies across Southwest Florida," Sandrock said. Van Helden praised his predecessor at a transfer of command ceremony last week as a dedicated public servant who infused the Public Safety Department with a spirit of service.


www.sanibel-captiva-islander.com

Former Cape Fire Chief Bill Van Helden retired from the department in February, taking a job as a mitigation planner with Charlotte County.
His salary at his departure was about $123,802. Van Helden had served the city for more than 16 years.


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www.davidgregharth.com [cached]

People are most concerned about a threat immediately after a disaster, said Cape Coral Fire Chief Bill Van Helden.
"Right after the attacks people were very aware and very concerned and were saying, What should we do?' " Van Helden said. Van Helden and other emergency officials are creating plans and training workers to deal with biological or chemical weapons. Van Helden, the Cape fire chief, tells people to have an emergency plan in case of terrorism supplies, phone numbers, an evacuation plan. He also tells them not to panic. "We face as great a threat every hurricane season as any attacks with weapons of mass destruction," he tells people.


In the News at Cape Harbour

www.capeharbour.com [cached]

Cape Coral Fire Chief Bill Van Helden spoke at the "A Day of Remembrance" ceremony, as well as the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8463 "9/11 Remembrance" event.
Held at noon at the post, the VFW ceremony also included guest speakers, as well as a 21-gun salute and wreath presentations. Van Helden commented at both services on the atmosphere in America following Sept. 11th. "There was a lot of mistrust that came to our country," he said, adding that the public found trust though in its public safety and emergency workers, pilots and flight crews, and military personnel. "There will always be a group of people you can trust," he said referring to uniformed personnel.


truegraceofgod.org

Paul Dickson and his staff at the Department of Community Development in Cape Coral (especially Tammy Whitaker and Michelle Miller) as well as Fire Chief Bill Van Helden and his staff, have been amazingly helpful.


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