William "Bill" Ullrich
William "Bill" Ullrich is a Lieutenant with the Baltimore County Fire Department and is a National Registry and Maryland Paramedic. He has 35+ years of emergency services experience as a volunteer and career provider, instructor, and a leader. His responsibilities have included fire suppression, EMS, training academy instructor, hazardous materials, Emergency Medical Dispatch, and special operations program development. He is credited for the development of numerous programs including rapid intervention (RIT) program for the police bomb squad and medical support for SWAT team. He is involved in the development of an active assailant program based on unified command between law enforcement and fire/EMS services. He also is a member of the Committee for Tactical Emergency Casualty Care and the Maryland Active Assailant Workgroup. Bill has dedicated his career to ensuring that the point of service provider has the knowledge and tools to effectively complete their mission.