|Indicator||Actual Q3 2013/14||Actual Q3 2012/13||% diff Year on Year|
|Number of primary fires||483||531||-9.04%|
|Number of primary fire fatalities||0||0||-|
|Number of primary fire non-fatal casualties||16||7||128.57%|
|Accidental dwelling fires||115||120||-4.17%|
|Number of accidental dwelling fire fatalities||0||0||-|
|Number of accidental dwelling fire non-fatal casualties||14||6||133.33%|
|Fires in non-domestic premises||64||83||-22.89%|
|Number of secondary fires||525||410||28.05|
|Number of Home Fire Safety Checks delivered||1585||3183||-50.20%|
|False Alarms auto detect||135||140||-3.57%|
|% of Home Fire Safety Checks delivered to vulnerable people||88.72%||85%||4.38|
|Malicious False Alarms:Attended||6||9||-33.33%|
The table above details performance for the third quarter of the year from October to the end of December 2013 and compares it against the performance in this period the previous year.
At Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service we are committed to continually improving our performance in many areas within the organisation. In order to provide this and a sustained high level of performance we have an analytical approach of providing relevant information to people such as senior managers, Station Command Teams and external organisations.
The core focus of the Service is to reduce such incidents as accidental dwelling fires and arson activity as monitored by our performance indicators which are set in line with internal and governmental targets. The performance against these targets is reported in various ways from daily bulletins to the Station Command Structure about what has been occurring across the county to the comprehensive annual Outturn Report Outturn Report 2012/13 (PDF, 1.23 MB)