Joe Torres has been in the fire service since 2000 starting in the United States Air Force, has been deployed twice to Afghanistan and has been to several countries around the globe. Joe has worked in the Los Angeles Area as a Firefighter for the last 15 years. He is currently an Inspector/Fire Investigator, Engineer, Urban Search and Rescue member, High Rise subject matter expert as well as an Urban Interface subject matter expert. Joe holds numerous certifications ranging from instructor to wildland operations. Besides being a full time Firefighter and business owner, Joe is also a father of three. He spends his free time playing with his children, surfing and camping.
President of Northern Division
Bobby Payne has been in the fire service for 20 years. He is an Active Duty Air Force Firefighter/Medic. Bobby has served all over the world in maybe different capacities from Assistant Chief, Training Chief and Fire Prevention. He has a degree in Fire Science and holds various certifications ranging from being a National Incident Commander, High Angle Rescue Tech, Wild land Specialist and Paramedic. He currently is an instructor and teaches students from all over the world. Bobby is married with two kids and enjoys playing the drums, kayaking, fitness, and camping with the family. His values are Family, Growth and Challenge.
Casey and his family were among the homeowners that were directly affected by the deadly Woolsey Fire that burned in Malibu, CA during November 2018. Casey is currently pursuing his Masters in Business Administration at the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business and received his B.S. in Business Administration from the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California. He previously worked as an Investment Banking Associate at Duff & Phelps. Casey is a Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Registered Representative, holding the Series 79, 63 and 62 licenses. In his spare time, Casey enjoys paddle boarding, volleyball and traveling.
Vice President of Operations
Born and raised in Ventura County, Brady was brought on by Joe Torres in April 2019. Brady has received a B.S in Business Administration with a focus on Project Management and offers a variety of different skill sets to All Risk Shield. Brady has worn a lot of hats working for All Risk Shield, from starting as a FireControl ™ Technician, to working as VP of Client Relations, to now his current role of overseeing operations. Brady & Joe met through responding to 911 calls in Santa Monica together (Joe as a Firefighter for the City of Santa Monica and Brady as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) working for a private ambulance company). Brady continues to develop new operating strategies to ensure the optimum outcome for service.
Vice President of Sales
Herb has a 14-year career in Fire Service. During his career he held many positions from Instructing, working as a Communications Training Officer, to Dispatching for Captain and Battalion Chief Exams at Santa Monica Fire Department. Herb has an Associate Degree from Moorpark College and a Bachelor of Arts in International Business from California State University, Northridge. In his spare time, Herb enjoys the outdoors, participating in sporting activities, traveling and spending quality family time with his beautiful wife Lisa and three children.
Retired Fire Chief /Spokesperson
Jose entered the Fire Service serving this country as an active duty military Firefighter in the United States Air Force (U.S.A. F.) in November of 1980. He remained as an active duty Air Force Firefighter for approximately 10 years before separating from active duty in May of 1990. Jose held the rank of Technical Sergeant (E-6) and served as the Division Chief for Training at Vandenberg Air Force Base, CA prior to his separation from active duty. During his tenure in the USAF he was selected to serve in a special “Black-world” Firefighting unit in the Tonopah Test Range in Nevada supporting various top-secret projects.
Lead FireControl™ Technician
With 30+ years as a Construction Superintendent. Tony has done everything from building bridges, sewer rehabilitation to structural steel. He is married with five children and 7 grandchildren. Tony knows the stresses of living in the “Fire Zone.” He was evacuated from the Thomas Fire and had no idea if him and his family would have a home to come home to. Fortunately, the fire spared his home, but burnt within ten to twenty feet of it. Tony and his youngest son spent days putting out oak trees and spot fires. Tony's experience has provided him with knowledge of what it is like to live through a fire nightmare.