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27th October, 2020 - 06:11: At 06:11 this morning, Fire Control received a call to a smoke alarm s...Read more

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26th October, 2020 - 17:46: At 17:46 this evening, Fire Control received a call to a fire in a fla...Read more

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Combating arson

Combating arson in your unoccupied premises

In these challenging times, some fire and rescue services have reported a spike in deliberate fires. With firefighters working hard to ensure the safety of the community, and doing their upmost to protect the most vulnerable, it is important for building owners or building managers of unoccupied premises to do what they can to prevent their premises becoming a target for vandals and arsonists.

The following precautions may help prevent your premises from becoming a soft target:

Arson hurts everybody, needlessly risking the lives of firefighters, costing millions of pounds of damage to property and ruining the environment – so it is important that you take responsibility for your building even when unoccupied, and think of ways in which someone could start a fire inside or outside of your property. Act on any issues you find immediately and reduce the risk.

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