Since April 2015, we have published a selection of responses to requests made to us under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 as we recognise the benefits of openness and engaging with the local community and are committed to upholding the spirit of the Freedom of Information Act (FOI).
Below you will find a selection of responses to requests made to us under the Freedom of Information Act from 2019 onwards. We publish these as we recognise the benefits of openness and engaging with the local community and we are committed to upholding the spirit of the Freedom of Information Act (FOI).
Other useful sources of published information include:
- National Fire Statistics (will open gov.uk website)
- National Fire and Rescue Incident Statistics (will open gov.uk website)
- National Fire Incident Response Times Statistics (will open gov.uk website)
- National Fire and Rescue Workforce and Pension Statistics including diversity and attacks on firefighters information (will open gov.uk website)
- PFCC Fire Performance dashboard (will open North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner website)
In the interests of national security, we do not publish or provide call signs or water hydrant locations.
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