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Publication  —  Annual reports  — 

This is Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Fire & Rescue Services’ report to the Secretary of State under section 28B of the Fire and Rescue Services Act 2004. It contains his assessment of the sector in England, based on the inspections we carried out between June 2018 and August 2019.

News article  — 

In his first annual assessment of fire and rescue services in England, Her Majesty’s Chief inspector of Fire and Rescue Services Sir Thomas Winsor acknowledges the strong commitment from firefighters to protect the communities they serve. The sector’s greatest strength is in how it responds to emergencies, with demonstration of a number of life-saving initiatives and a strong health and safety culture. However, the fire and rescue sector needs significant reform in several areas.

Publication  —  Data, Fire & rescue services, FRS methodology  — 

In 2019, HMICFRS commissioned BMG Research to undertake a study of the public’s perceptions of local fire and rescue services across England. The study covers the public’s views and experiences of local fire and rescue services’ activities.

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HMICFRS has launched a consultation which welcomes views on our proposed fire and rescue services inspection programme and framework for the coming year. The consultation is open until Friday 29 November 2019.

Publication  —  Consultations  — 

This consultation is now closed. This plan provided details of HMICFRS’s proposed fire and rescue services inspection programme for 2020/21, and asked for your views on whether the right areas of fire and rescue services’ activity are covered.

News article  — 

Most fire and rescue services are good at responding to emergencies, but there is too much variation in how well the public are protected, how quickly emergencies are responded to and how well services look after their staff, according to a new report.

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Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services has today published the second tranche of the first independent inspection into fire and rescue services for 12 years. There are 16 reports in this release. 14 reports were published in December 2018, and the final tranche of 15 reports will be published later this year.

Publication  —  Effectiveness, Efficiency, Fire & rescue services, People  — 

This the first time that HMICFRS has inspected fire and rescue services across England. This report sets out a summary of our findings from inspecting 16 fire and rescue services in tranche 2.

Publication  —  Effectiveness, Efficiency, Fire & rescue services, People  — 

This inspection assesses how effectively and efficiently Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service prevents, protects the public against and responds to fires and other emergencies. We also assess how well it looks after the people who work for the service.

Publication  —  Effectiveness, Efficiency, Fire & rescue services, People  — 

Summary This is the first time that HMICFRS has inspected fire and rescue services across England. Our focus is on the service they provide to the public, and the way they use the resources available. We have inspected 14 services in the first tranche of inspections. Each inspection assesses how effective and efficient the service