LFB calls on Government to reverse ‘20 years of neglect’ on fire safety

Since the Grenfell Tower fire in 2017, London Fire Brigade has been leading the call for ministers to step up and implement key changes to building regulations to prevent future disasters. This includes reviewing fire safety in residential buildings...

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Met Police trials fleet of hydrogen-powered vehicles

The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) has launched an ambitious programme to achieve zero emissions...

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Drone alliance sets new standard for police drones with Centrik

The Alliance Drone Team, one of the UK’s largest police unmanned aviation systems (UAS)...

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Humberside FRS takes delivery of the UK’s first Scania L-series fire appliance

Humberside Fire and Rescue Service has become the first UK fire and rescue authority...

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Ambulance service trials body worn cameras to protect staff

South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SWASFT) has agreed to trial body worn...

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Home Office announces £10m for Taser uplift

The Home Office is giving police forces £10m in additional funding to significantly increase...

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LEADER GROUP acquires WASP emergency safety monitoring device

Matt Keogh, a former Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue firefighter and member of the...

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