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24th October, 2021 - 14.18: A fire crew from Bridport responded to an alarm activation in a domest...Read more

24th October, 2021 - 13.56: A fire crew from Corsham responded to a report of an alarm activation ...Read more

24th October, 2021 - 10.15: A fire crew from Ferndown responded to an alarm activation at a reside...Read more

23rd October, 2021 - 4:43pm: Chippenham - A crew from Chippenham are currently in attendance at a c...Read more

23rd October, 2021 - 2:10pm: Wareham - Two crews from Wareham and Poole are in attendance at a road...Read more

23rd October, 2021 - 11:59am: Poole - A crew from Poole have attended a bonfire at a domestic proper...Read more

23rd October, 2021 - 11:44: The Brittox, Devizes - A crew from Devizes have attended a retail prop...Read more

20th October, 2021 - 15:41: At 15:41 Crews from Salisbury and Wilton attended a 2 vehicle road tra...Read more

20th October, 2021 - 08:14: At 08:14 Crew from Swindon attended to 2 adults who were shut in a lif...Read more

HMICFRS

In July 2017, Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary extended its remit to include inspections of England’s fire and rescue service. Now Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services (HMICFRS), it assesses and makes graded judgments against each of the 45 fire and rescue services in England.

The inspection programme has been approved by the Home Secretary; it is designed to promote improvements across FRSs, and will include an assessment of:

The categories of graded judgment are:

Good is the ‘expected’ graded judgment and is based on policy, practice or performance that meets pre-defined grading criteria that are informed by any relevant national operational guidance or standards.  If the policy, practice or performance exceeds what is expected for good, then consideration will be given to a graded judgment of outstanding.  If there are shortcomings in the policy, practice or performance of the FRS, then consideration will be given to a graded judgment of requires improvement.  If there are serious critical failings of policy, practice or performance of the FRS, then consideration will be given to a graded judgment of inadequate.

Further information on the inspection process can be found at www.justiceinspectorates.gov.uk/hmicfrs/fire-and-rescue-services/fire-rescue-services-fire

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