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Welcome to Echo Data Analytics’ 2022 NFIRS Incident Dashboard. This dashboard contains a summarized view of every department in the United States who submitted incident records to NFIRS during 2022.

While the level of detail submitted to the NFIRS database is limited, Echo Data Analytics’ main platform integrates with nearly any RMS system and can provide detailed insights into your Department’s operations. Please reach out to us today or Explore Our Fire Solutions to learn how we can help you Take Command of Your Data!

Please review the Instructions for each dashboard below prior to using – Happy data pulling!

What do the dashboards below show?

There are two dashboards below. The first summarizes incident counts, time to scene statistics, property loss data and a list of potential errors submitted to the NFIRS database. If an individual Department is selected from the drop down, this dashboard will also showcase that department’s rank at the county, state and National level.

The second dashboard is a simple table, filterable at both the County and State level and shows a summarized view of all records submitted to the NFIRS database during 2022. This table is also sortable by clicking on the column headers on the top row.

A note about “Potential Errors in Submitted 2022 NFIRS Data”

All Echo Data Analytics’ products are buillt both to understand and explore your data as well as to flag potential QA issues. Although the counts on the bottom chart of the Summary Dashboard may not be errors, they were flagged by Echo Analytics’ software as potentially incorrect. For example, it is unlikely that an incident had a 24 hour plus arrival time. Typically this is caused by a simple data entry error where the report writer accidentally enters the following day’s date rather than the date of the actual incident. (ie Dispatch time 1/1/2022 at 2200 hours, Arrival time 1/2/2022 at 2205 hours). Please contact us today to learn more about how Echo’s products can help catch and eliminate many common data entry errors.

Again, It is worth noting that these flagged incidents are not necessarily wrong, but were flagged using Echo’s software products.

How to Use 2022 Submitted NFIRS Data Summary Dashboard
  1. Note that there is a grey “Reset All Filters” button at the top of the dashboard on the left hand side. This can be used each time a user wants to revert back to a National, “All Incident” view.
  2. A user may choose an individual department, County or State using the light blue filters at the top of the dashboard. Totals at the National level are viewable by default.
  3. A selection within these filters will cause the tables and charts below to be filtered based on the user’s selection.
  4. For example, if a user clicks “Fire Department of New York”, only FDNY data will be displayed. If a user chooses a specific County or State, aggregated data will be displayed for all charts except the “Rankings” table in the top right hand corner which will display all “1”‘s.
  5. There is also a small box in the lower right hand corner that will allow you to view the dashboard in “Full Screen” mode which may be especially useful in mobile environments.
How to use the 2022 National Incident Table
  1. As with the above instructions, there is also a grey “Reset All Filters” box that can be used to revert the dashboard to it’s original settings.
  2. From this table, a user can either scroll down or horizontally to view data from Fire Departments across the United States.
  3. A user can also use the blue filters above the table to filter by either “State” or “County”.
  4. The table is interactive as well, allowing for sorting by each column header. (for example if a user clicks the “Count of Structure Fires” metric header, the list will then order by that metric.
  5. As with the above dashboard, there is also a small box in the lower right hand corner that will allow you to view the dashboard in “Full Screen” mode which may be especially useful in mobile environments.