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16th February, 2020 - 1:32pm: Swindon crew were mobilised to flooding of several properties. Good pr...Read more

16th February, 2020 - 12:12pm: We were called to assist a private property that were making their own...Read more

16th February, 2020 - 09:43am: A member of public made an emergency call as they had witnessed two sm...Read more

13th February, 2020 - 10.55am: 1) Driver and vehicle stuck in flood water Matchams Lane, Hurn - advic...Read more

14th February, 2020 - 7:02 PM : An Officer and the aerial platform from Swindon attended a dangerous s...Read more

14th February, 2020 - 7:26 PM : Crews have extinguished a kitchen fire involving a microwave oven usin...Read more

14th February, 2020 - 0924: One tipper lorry containing soil was on its side. BT cable involved an...Read more

14th February, 2020 - 2.31am: Two Crews and aerial appliance from Swindon and a further appliance fr...Read more

13th February, 2020 - 9.53pm: We were called to a report of a fire where there was no confirmation t...Read more

13th February, 2020 - 9.36pm: A crew from Poole were mobilised to the railway station car park in Po...Read more

Service plans and policies

It is a legal requirement for all fire and rescue services to produce and implement an Integrated Risk Management Plan – we call this our Community Safety Plan.

This plan is the foundation for our activity and focus over the next three years. By using risk modelling and analysis, the Service can set its priorities and manage the key risks facing the communities of Bournemouth, Christchurch & Poole, Dorset, Swindon and Wiltshire.

All fire and rescue authorities must have regard for the Fire and Rescue Service National Framework in carrying out their functions. This requires us to:

The Plan is supported by the document ‘Our approach to Integrated Risk Management Planning (IRMP)‘.

See also: Strategic Assessment of Risk 2019/20

Annual Report

The Annual Report 2018-19 was adopted by the Fire and Rescue Authority on 30 September 2019, and it gives a flavour of what has happened in the last year. Our Community Safety Plan sets out our future direction.

The Service’s high level policies

Statement of Assurance

The Service is required to produce an annual Statement of Assurance:

The final Statements from the constituent FRSs can be viewed below:

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