Alaska Statutes.
Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
Chapter 70. Fire Protection
Section 320. Policy.
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AS 18.70.320. Policy.

It is the policy of the state to protect its residents and their property from the ravages of fire. The state recognizes the need for the state to participate in providing an educational and training system that meets the needs of all communities and all fire services personnel. The legislature finds that fire is a constant threat and that homes, places of employment, modes of transportation, and our natural resources need a system of fire protection that is based on the most current, practical standards and educational principles.

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