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14th September, 2019 - 9.08pm: Marlborough - One crew from Pewsey and one crew from the Ramsbury fire...Read more

14th September, 2019 - 7.44pm: Toothill - Crews from the Swindon and Westlea fire stations were mobil...Read more

14th September, 2019 - 15:36: Sturminster Newton in attendance assisting the Ambulance Service with ...Read more

14th September, 2019 - 14:53: Both crews from Stratton and a water carrier from Royal Wooton Bassett...Read more

14th September, 2019 - 09:02: Ferndown and Animal Rescue from Poole rescue a 9 year old horse near w...Read more

14th September, 2019 - 08:46: Crews from Gillingham, Mere, Shaftesbury and Blandford, along with 2 o...Read more

13th September, 2019 - 0947 am: Bournemouth - Called by Air Traffic Control to an emergency landing of...Read more

13th September, 2019 - 1029 am : Tidworth - One year old child locked in private car - released by Fire...Read more

13th September, 2019 - 1052 am: Bournemouth - Called to private car into wall - one casualty extricate...Read more

13th September, 2019 - 1130 am: Bowerhill, Melksham - called to alarms at the premises from an Alarm C...Read more

Whistleblowing procedure

Dorset and Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service is committed to the highest standards of openness and accountability.

In line with that commitment, we want members of staff and others that we deal with who have serious concerns about any aspect of our work to have the confidence to come forward and voice those concerns.

The whistleblowing (confidential reporting) procedure supports the anti-fraud and corruption and bribery procedure, and encourages members of staff to raise serious concerns within the Service, rather than overlook a problem or “blowing the whistle” externally.

The procedure aims to:

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