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23rd August, 2017 - 11.46pm: Swindon- Crews from Swindon and Stratton attended alarms on Brookdene,...Read more

23rd August, 2017 - 11.40pm: Poole- Two crews from Poole attended a fire on Rockley road, Poole. Th...Read more

23rd August, 2017 - 11.50am: Hello from Fire Control, Blue Watch on duty today looking after everyb...Read more

23rd August, 2017 - 00.54am: Crew from Chippenham extinguished a shed fire on an allotment using on...Read more

22nd August, 2017 - 9.20pm: Crew from Blandford extinguished a fire involving a small quantity of ...Read more

22nd August, 2017 - 9.11pm: Crew from Maiden Newton mobilised to a fire in the open which on atten...Read more

22nd August, 2017 - 8.14pm: Crew from Marlborough attended a chimney fire in a domestic property o...Read more

22nd August, 2017 - 1.04pm: Brinkworth- A crew from Royal Wootton Bassett were mobilsed to alarms ...Read more

22nd August, 2017 - 10:37am: Bournemouth crews attended a property in Holdenhurst Road. The fire wa...Read more

22nd August, 2017 - 9.00am: Sherborne- Two crews from Sherborne attended a small domestic fire on ...Read more

Knowing our communities

At a county and local level, we produce detailed community profiles about the people and places of Dorset and Wiltshire, which include statistical data on areas such as gender, age, people living alone and disability.

We analyse national and local data to find out which groups in our communities are most vulnerable and at risk in terms of fire and road traffic collisions. We add to this local information about risks and monitor the number of accidental dwelling fires. When our data highlights risks or issues in an area, we involve staff, relevant partners and community groups and work together to identify potential solutions.

We get to know our communities through initiatives such as:

As well as looking at communities on a geographical basis, we research the needs of different groups, including those with protected characteristics. We have a number of partnerships with other local authorities, agencies and community groups. Working with partners helps us to engage with communities and meet their diverse needs.

Getting to know our service users

We use incident data, debriefs and surveys to identify who uses our services, and which groups of people are most or least likely to use them in the future, and to get feedback about how satisfied they are with the service they receive. All of this information is published as part of the Community Safety Plan.

Getting to know our staff and volunteers

In addition to monitoring the composition of our workforce, we seek and listen to the views of our staff and volunteers through regular staff meetings, a change forum, volunteer ‘Face2face days’, focus groups and surveys.

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