Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service

Firefighter recruitment, fire safety for homes and safer home visit, businesses and landlords, our Service Plan, map of fire stations and live incident mapping.

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About Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service and live incident mapping

Live incident mapping, about Fire and Rescue, performance reports, emergency response standards and statement of assurance.

Map of fire stations in Suffolk

Find out about the fire stations in Suffolk and how to find your nearest fire station in Suffolk.

Suffolk Fire and Rescue FAQs

Answers to frequently asked questions about fire safety following the tragic events that took place at Grenfell Tower, London.

Fire safety for businesses, landlords, charities and schools

Information and advice on fire safety for businesses, landlords and other non-domestic premises including schools, community centres and shops.

Fire safety in the home

How to apply to book a safer home visit, what to do if there's a fire in your home, carers support and a list of fire safety leaflets.

Fire and rescue safety advice in the community

How to stay safe in winter or prepare for a flood and about fire hydrants.

Working and volunteering for fire and rescue

How to apply for a wholetime or on-call firefighter role with Suffolk Fire and Rescue or how to become a Community Fire Volunteer.

Small Unmanned Surveillance Aircraft

How Small Unmanned Surveillance Aircraft or drones provide support for all emergency services at a large variety of incidents in Suffolk.

Road safety initiatives

Take part on the Biker Down course, or book an #ItCanWait session, which both aim to reduce the number of collisions on Suffolk's roads through education.

Give feedback or make a complaint about Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service

How to make a compliment, comment or complaint about Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service to help us improve our service provided to you.

Youth development

How we're working with the young people of Suffolk to help them lead healthy, safe and fulfilling lives.