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Daryl Levine

Public Affairs Specialist
DC Fire and EMS Department

Daryl R. Levine currently serves as a Public Affairs Specialist for the DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department. In this role, he works diligently with internal and external stakeholders to establish and maintain long-term positive relationships with the media and community. Daryl previously served as a Special Assistant with the Executive Office of the Mayor of the District of Columbia where he advanced Mayoral appearances, coordinated bi-weekly mayoral press briefings, and served as a liaison with the Mayor's Special Events Task Group. Daryl has lived in the District of Columbia for the last 16 years and is active in many community and non-profit organizations where he lends his time to helping to make DC a better place to live, work, and play for everyone.

Daryl Levine’s Session(s):

12:00 p.m.–12:45 p.m. Pacific Time —

"Stop the Bleed" - How DC Fire and EMS Launched Into A New Era of Communications Using Social & Video

The DC Fire and EMS Department’s Media & Community Relations Division made a calculated effort to establish itself as a public safety communications leader in the Washington DC region and within the fire service within a measured time period. Key hires over the past five years and a strategy emphasizing timely and consistent messaging with a recent focus on increased quality video production took the Department into a new era of communications.

A veteran fire buff, a seasoned government servant, and two former journalists make up the team that is pushing to ensure the comeback is the new standard of how best to tell the Department’s story and how to cement positive relationships with the community and the media.

Participants will learn how one of the nation's busiest fire and EMS department currently utilizes social media and video to provide the public with real-time information on critical incidents, special events, as well as for internal and external messaging. The team also shares what they did after protestors stormed the Capitol on January 6, 2021, as an example of the incorporation of video messaging used to capture the actions of the men and women who serve the District of Columbia 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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