CRR Short

EMS Success Collaborating with Assisted Living Facilities

This course shares the success of a program that has successfully reduced non emergent calls at resident assisted living facilities.


Online Course

Starting Date

Open Enrollment


35 Minutes



Practical approach

We understand the critical role the fire service professionals play in protecting their community. Our training is designed to provide skills in a practical approach.

Impact your community

Training and strategies shared on our focus to education, equip and engage the nationals fire service. Together, let’s protect our communities with confidence. The knowledge earned allows our students to immediately make an impact in their community.

For your career

Stay ahead of the curve and elevate your professional development with CRR Academy. Join our instructors today, leaders in the field with years of experience as subject matter experts, and unlock a deeper understanding of the CRR process.

Course Lessons

Kim Stouse

Kim Stouse is the Community Risk Reduction Specialist for the Pocatello Fire Department/Bannock County Ambulance District where she is assigned to the Fire Prevention Bureau. She is responsible for the departments of CRR, Education, Outreach, Emergency Preparedness, Youth Firesetting, PIO and assisting with Fire Inspections. She joined the fire service in 2015. Prior to that she was a 911 Dispatcher and Juvenile Probation Officer. She has a Master’s degree in Homeland Security from American Military University, a Bachelors in Sociology from Idaho State University and is a nationally certified EMT. She is a very social person who loves being active in her community. Kim is part of the Vision 20/20 advisory council group of Champion and Emerging Leaders. She is the NFPA Education Representative for the State of Idaho, works with various community partners, and sits on several boards that work to address the needs within the community. She also is a member of the Idaho Region 3 All Hazards Incident Management Team. Kim is passionate about CRR and has been working diligently to move her agency towards adoption of the Community Risk Reduction model. When Kim is not at work, she loves to hang out with her amazing husband and 2 incredible and active sons and fur babies (dogs and cats). She loves to travel whenever she gets the opportunity to do so.