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Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service

Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service focuses on preventing accidents and injuries through education and safety intervention, as well as responding to emergencies whenever needed.

Staff respond to a variety of emergency incidents, such as fires, floods and road traffic collisions, and carry out regular home safety checks, as well as other duties.

Other roles include fire control operators who receive and manage 999 calls, fire protection officers responsible for fire safety legislation, community safety and education experts, and a team of support staff.

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HMICFRS region and HMI

  • His Majesty’s Inspector of Fire & Rescue Services (HMI): Roy Wilsher is HMI for Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service
  • HMICFRS region: The service is in HMICFRS’s Eastern fire region

HMICFRS’s role in inspecting this service

For over 160 years, His Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary has independently assessed and reported on the efficiency and effectiveness of police forces and policing, in the public interest.

In summer 2017, HMIC (now HMICFRS) took on inspections of England’s fire & rescue services, assessing and reporting on their efficiency, effectiveness and leadership.

Key facts – 2020/2021

Service Area

834 square miles

Population

1.17m people
up4% local 5 yr change

Workforce

75% wholetime firefighters
25% on-call firefighters
0.47 per 1000 population local
0.56 national level
down11% local 5 yr change
down5% national 5 yr change

Assets

24 stations
29 fire engines

Incidents

2.5 fire incidents per 1000 population local
2.7 national
2.0 non-fire incidents per 1000 population local
2.7 national
3.2 fire false alarms per 1000 population local
3.8 national

Cost

£22.72 firefighter cost per person per year
£25.22 firefighter cost per person per year (national)

Chief Fire Officer

Craig Parkin

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