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Latest Incidents

19th August, 2019 - 9:26am: 2 pumps from Christchurch and an officer were sent to a property on Gr...Read more

18th August, 2019 - 08.41pm: One fire crew from Maiden Newton have attended reports of a van on fir...Read more

18th August, 2019 - 05.55pm: One fire crew from Dorchester have attended a 'smell of burning' at a ...Read more

18th August, 2019 - 4:51 PM : A crew have attended a car fire that was out upon arrival, the caller ...Read more

18th August, 2019 - 1:35 PM : A crew from Salisbury attended a property with a water leak that was c...Read more

18th August, 2019 - 12:46 PM : A crew from Corsham have extinguished a fire involving a BBQ and gas c...Read more

18th August, 2019 - 10:37 AM : A crew from Swindon attended a road traffic collision involving 1 car ...Read more

18th August, 2019 - 09:44: A crew from Westlea has released a dog that was trapped in a fence usi...Read more

18th August, 2019 - 04:38am: DW Fire Control received a call from Ambulance requesting our attendan...Read more

18th August, 2019 - 1.52am: Ashley Heath - Crews from Verwood and Ringwood attended a single vehic...Read more

Arson prevention

A significant number of the fires attended by the Fire and Rescue Service every year are started deliberately.

Most are small, such as bin, rubbish or grass fires, but even these can escalate quickly and become life-threatening. On more than one occasion, someone setting fire to a bin has led to an entire building being destroyed after the blaze spread.

We work with partners, including the Police and the local authorities, to tackle arson in areas where a particular problem has been identified.

Top tips

To reduce the risk of your property being affected by arson, you should:

How you can help

If you know of someone who sets fires deliberately, you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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