The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday consistently affirmed the appointment of Deputy Chief Kristin Crowley to be the first woman to lead the LA Fire Department.

Crowley will replace Ralph Terrazas, who turned into the office’s first Latino boss in 2014 and advanced Crowley a few times.

Mayor Eric Garcetti nominated Crowley for the top spot in January.

Crowley, who at present holds the positions of acting regulatory activities boss appointee and fire marshal, said at the hour of her designation that keeping the office functionally prepared would be her main need.

Her appointment comes as the fire division manages issues going from the COVID-19 pandemic to claims that its female workers face bullying and harassment.

Harassing behavior will not be tolerated, Crowley said in January. She was a firefighter, paramedic, engineer and battalion chief in the steps of her career leading up her joining the department’s command staff.

Terrazas plans to resign March 26, finishing a 38-year vocation that incorporated the department responding to the Covid pandemic by running city destinations that have regulated great many COVID-19 tests and vaccinations.

The department has around 3,400 formally dressed faculty and 106 fire stations serving around 4 million individuals across 469 square miles (1,215 square kilometers).