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Service launches new plan to protect and serve communities

Posted by Molly Meyer on 25 April 2022

We are proud to launch our new Community Risk Management Plan that sets out how we intend to protect and serve our communities over the next three years.

In the plan we present our ambition for the Service and set six strategic goals which we will help us to fulfil our purpose of creating safer communities.

The plan is based on our assessment of the risks of fire and other emergencies within the city and county. It has been developed with support and engagement from our communities, which has helped to develop and prioritise the commitments it contains.

Chief Fire Officer, Craig Parkin, explains what we are looking to achieve.

We will keep you informed on our progress to achieve our goals.

For more information about what we are looking to achieve in the first year of our plan, please visit: 2022-23 Annual Delivery Plan - Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service (notts-fire.gov.uk)