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27th May, 2017 - 0007am: Salisbury crew extinguished a small fire in the open near the bus shel...Read more

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26th May, 2017 - 4.17pm: Melksham- A crew from Melksham attended a small fire in the open on Qu...Read more

26th May, 2017 - 12.25pm: Swindon- A crew from Swindon attended a small grass fire on St Paul's ...Read more

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Your views are very important to us and, from time to time, we will be running consultations on what we plan to do.

This consultation page lets you view consultations that are planned, current or completed, and to participate when current.

For further information on any consultation, or to give feedback, please email [email protected]

Click on the links below to view the consultation details and contacts:

FIRE REFORM TRANSPARENCY SURVEY

In May 2016, the Home Secretary set out her vision for the fire and rescue service in England. One element is to bring greater transparency to the fire and rescue sector by publishing more service information to the public online, just as the Home Office has done with policing.

By making information more accessible, members of the public can compare fire and rescue services in England on issues like performance, value for money and diversity, monitor trends over time, and hold elected leaders to account.

The Home Office is currently considering how they can deliver this commitment and they are keen to get your help to develop the proposals.

To assist the thinking of the Home Office, please find below a link to an online survey which closes on 8 July 2016.

The survey serves two purposes: first, to understand what fire and rescue service material is currently viewed online, for what purpose and where this information is commonly obtained from; and second, what further information could be published and how we could make it more accessible.

http://www.homeofficesurveys.homeoffice.gov.uk/s/onlinefrspublic_scmiu_kc/

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