How we keep you safe
All Fire Services follow the Fire and rescue national framework for England.
Our purpose: Protecting the community and making Warwickshire a safer place to live.
To support the business priorities our service is governed by three functional areas. These all work closely together to ensure that we fulfil our duty.
Service delivery makes sure we provide suitable and sufficient response to the community, and that our firefighters have the best training, equipment and knowledge of their local risks.
Services support includes training and development, health and safety, operational planning, technical support and transport. All assist in the assurance that what we do is in line with national, regional and local policies.
Service improvement manages the change programmes within the service. This functional area, horizon scans to see what impact Government, regional or local changes may impact on the service and ensures that any projects and developments are resourced in line with our service priorities.
|Standard Rescue Pump||23 on the run, 26 in service|
|Light Rescue Pump||7 on the run, 10 in service|
|Aerial Rescue Pump||1|
|Environmental Protection Unit||1 in service|
|High Volume Pump||1|
|Logistics support vehicle||1|
|Road Traffic Collision Unit/td>||1|
|Water Rescue Unit||1|
|Large Animal Rescue||1|
|Small Fire Unit||2|
|Combined Breathing Apparatus and Command Support Vehicle||1 in service|
|Command Support Vehicle||1 in service|
|Command Response Vehicles||
|Mass Decontamination Unit||1|
We currently have:
- 381 firefighters
We currently have:
- 1 chief fire officer
- 2 assistant chief fire officers
- 3 area commanders
- 16 control room staff
- 30 support roles (uniformed) and officers
- anti-social behaviour intervention team (ASBIT) – ASBIT work at a very local level engaging face to face with young people known for setting small fires. To date, there has been a reduction of over 40% in arson-related incidents across Warwickshire.
- the bicycle intervention knowledge and education (BIKE) – teams and the small fires unit also visit high-risk areas in the county