Official opening of shared police and fire station in Suffolk

The new shared Fire and Police Station in Saxmundham, Suffolk, is now fully operational. Suffolk County Councillor Matthew Hicks and Tim Passmore, Police and Crime Commissioner, formally opened the £540,000 redeveloped shared base on 14 August. As part of...

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Smooth sailing for ANS and the Maritime and Coastguard Agency

The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) has renewed its managed service contract with ANS...

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Senior firefighter awarded for changing the way London Fire Brigade thinks about fire

One of the country’s most senior woman firefighters has won two prestigious international academic...

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Dawlish firefighters receive first of new co-responder vehicles

Dawlish Fire Station in Devon has received the first in a fleet of new...

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Official opening of Felixstowe police and fire station

Felixstowe’s new shared fire and police station is now fully operational. As part of...

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Firefighters and police to join forces for missing persons searches

A pioneering partnership between firefighters and police has recently been launched in Hampshire, which...

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HMIC becomes single inspectorate for policing and fire and rescue services

The Home Office has agreed that Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) undergoes a...

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