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Plans and reports

As of 15th November 2018, the North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Authority’s governance of the North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service passed to the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner. Copies of plans and reports are available on the OPFCC website here

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This section includes our present and previous plans and reports, including annual Corporate Reports and Integrated Risk Management Plans. The majority of the documents on this page are low resolution PDFs, if you would like a higher resolution copy, please contact 01609 780150 or email CAO.ServiceInformation@northyorksfire.gov.uk 

View our HMICFRS  Inspection Action Plan 2020 on the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner website which focuses on the areas for Improvement giving our analysis, throughts and reflection on each area and what we are doing about the issues rasied. 

View our Annual Report 2018/19  on the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner website

View our Annual Report 2017/18
Sets out the measures by which North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service checks how it is performing

View our Annual Report 2016/17
Which sets out the measures by which North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service checks how it is performing.   

View our Community Safety Plan (IRMP) 2016/17-2020/21

This Community Safety Plan sets out how we will continue to protect the people and communities of North Yorkshire and the City of York and how we intend to develop so that we can continue to provide an excellent professional service, whilst delivering value for money

View our Corporate Plan 2016/17-2020/21
In our previous Corporate Plan 2013/14 – 2015/16 we said that in order to deliver a fire and rescue service to meet the community’s needs, with the necessary focus and agility of a modern emergency service, a flexible approach to planning is required. That statement is just as valid as we look towards the next few years, save that a longer term perspective is even more important when considering issues of sustainability and resilience. To this end, this Corporate Plan and our other key planning document, the Community Safety Plan, both cover a five year timeframe, to steer North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service up to 2020/21.

View our Annual Report 2015/16
Which sets out the measures by which North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service checks how it is performing.  

View our Annual Report 2014/15
Which sets out the measures by which North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service checks how it is performing. 

View our Annual Report 2013/14
This is a new Annual Report for year 2013/14. It sets out the measures by which North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service checks how it is performing.

View our Corporate Plan 2013/14- 2015/16 (updated July 2015)
This Corporate Plan, spanning a three year period from 2013/14 to 2015/6, is part of a suite of corporate documents that collectively underpin our approach and provide an outline of  how, in the medium term, North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service delivers the protection from fire and other emergencies across our communities in the City of York and North Yorkshire. The plan sets out how decisions are made and financed, and what is planned for the three-year period covered by the Plan.

View our Integrated Risk Management Plan 2013/14- 2015/16
Our Integrated Risk Management Plan sets out how we propose to maintain our previous success and protect the people and communities of North Yorkshire and the City of York whilst finding ways to develop our service so that we can meet the demands of the future with a flexible and innovative fire and rescue service.  

View our Operational Assessment and Fire Peer Challenge Report 2013

Between the 2nd and 5th July 2013 North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service undertook an Operational Assessment and Peer Challenge conducted by an external Fire & Rescue peer challenge team.

View our Fire Peer Challenge Report
This report captures the outcomes and presents the key findings from the Local Government Association’s (LGA’s) Fire Peer Challenge at North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service in July 2013 

View Reports by external inspectors

This includes reports by external inspectors include those relating to Comprehensive Performance Assessment and Fire & Rescue Performance Assessment. These reports by external inspectors can be found here.

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