Read our performance reports, service plan, Integrated Risk Management Plan and common questions about incidents we attend.
How to contact us with non-emergency issues.
Our responsibility for delivering a fire and rescue service to the people and communities of Suffolk.
The Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service Plan 2019-22 summarises progress made during the past year and sets out priorities for forthcoming years.
Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services, peer review, strategic assessment of risk and HM Government statistics.
Annual Statement by the Chief Fire Officer and the Cabinet Member for Suffolk County Council on Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service.
About Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service's budget and how the budget is spent.
About the Integrated Risk Management Plan (IRMP) and the consultation on it.
We respond to a wide variety of emergencies, including serious flooding and dealing with the aftermath of terrorism. Some of our services may incur a charge.
Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services inspected us in 2019.
Before you submit an freedom of information request (FOI), please see if you can find the answer to common requests here.
How Small Unmanned Surveillance Aircraft or drones provide support for all emergency services at a large variety of incidents in Suffolk.