Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service, firefighter recruitment, fire stations, home and community fire safety, fire safety for businesses and emergency planning.
Our aim is to make Suffolk a safe place to live. Find out more about the aims, plans and structure of the Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service.
List of fire stations managed by Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service in North, South or West Suffolk; and map showing where your nearest fire station is in Suffolk.
Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service recruitment and volunteering information.
Information and advice on fire safety for businesses and non-domestic premises including schools, community centres and shops.
Private sector landlords must install smoke and carbon monoxide alarms from 1 October 2015. Read more about the Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm Regulations.
Information on our emergency response standards, performance reports and budgeting.
The Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service Plan 2015-18 summarises progress made during the past year and sets out the priorities for the forthcoming three years.
How our performance as Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service is assessed, and how people may be charged for the use of our services in certain cases.
This public consultation outlines a series of proposals, and invites your feedback which will help to shape your Fire and Rescue Service in Suffolk.
Information outlining the role of local authorities in planning for and reacting to emergencies.
Information and advice on staying safe, including flooding, winter and outdoor safety.
Information on the many ways we are working with the young people of Suffolk to help them lead healthy, safe and fulfilling lives