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Mansfield Fire Station

Location

Rosemary Street, Mansfield, NG19 6AB

About

Based on Rosemary Street, Mansfield Fire Station is part of the Service's North Group and serves the communities in and around the Mansfield District.

The station is staffed by four Wholetime Duty System (WDS) Watches. The WDS Watches crew one standard fire engine and provides fire cover twenty-four hours a day, every day throughout the year. They also crew one of the Service's Aerial Ladder Platforms which can be deployed anywhere across the county when required. The station is also home to a Command Support Vehicle which can be called to support Incident Commanders at large incidents. The crew also support National Resilience and provide Enhanced Logistical Support at major incidents that occur across the breadth of the country

The station is also a hub base for several departments as well as being home to the operational crews. The Service's Community Safety, Fire Protection, and Enforcement are all based at Mansfield, as well as the North Admin Team. The Incident Command Training Team will be based at Mansfield following re-development at the station during Spring 2022

Within Mansfield Fire Station is also the Mansfield Fire Museum (Opens in a new window), which contains a range of historic items.

Incidents in the station area
Incident Type 2018/19 2019/20 2020/21 Total
Dwelling fires 37 50 40 127
Other building fires 15 14 7 36
Road vehicle fires 38 19 17 74
Outdoor fires 36 13 16 65
Road traffic collisions 35 30 31 96
False alarms 241 255 242 738
Other non-fire 153 151 169 473
Total Incidents 952 799 753 2,504

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