North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service is committed to working in partnership to deliver a fully integrated protection, prevention, and intervention service that reduces the risk to the community from fire and other emergencies. We work in partnership with a range of organisations to address local issues.
Our key partnerships are:
95 Alive York and North Yorkshire Road Safety Partnership
The website of 95 Alive, the York and North Yorkshire Road Safety Partnership,specifically aimed at people living, working or visiting North Yorkshire.
North Yorkshire Police
Through this link you will find out more information about the workings of North Yorkshire Police
Yorkshire Ambulance Service
Through this link you will find out more information about the Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust.
North Yorkshire Local Resilience Forum
The Forum organises the coordinated response to major incidents and consists of representatives from the Emergency Services, Local Authorities, Health, Environment Agency and other professional and voluntary agencies. It has proved to be proactive and effective in developing and maintaining major incident plans and procedures.
North Yorkshire Community Safety Partnership
The purpose of the CSP is to bring together the responsible authorities, supported by other relevant organisations, to fulfil their statutory responsibilities to work together. The CSP is supported by district based Local Delivery Teams (Details of the Local Delivery Teams are available here)
Safer York Partnership
The role of the Partnership is to help and encourage partner agencies and every organisation and individual in the community of York to work together to reduce crime and the fear of crime.
Data North Yorkshire
Data North Yorkshire is maintained by a partnership of local authorities, CCGs, organisations, towns and parish council to become more open with their data.
Please note North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service is not responsible for the content of external websites.