Have information on a deliberate fire? Tell FireStoppers what you know. Even small outdoor fires can be dangerous, because they place additional stress on our limited resources – dealing with a nuisance fire affects our ability to respond to more serious incidents like house fires or road traffic accidents. If you have information regarding an incident of deliberate fire, you can tell us what you know, 100% anonymously. We are interested in what you know, not your identity.
We have 15 fire station operational areas across County Durham and Darlington.
Fire Safety at Work
County Durham and Darlington Fire and Rescue Service’s Business Fire Safety Team are working in partnership the local Authorities to ensure that businesses in the Service area are Covid secure. Whilst carrying out Fire Safety Audits the team will be ensuring compliance with Covid-19 secure measures to help protect employees, the Community and our own staff whilst carrying out these inspections.
Fire Safety at Home
Prevention Activity We encourage all households to have a safe and wellbeing discussion/visit with our service; your safety is our priority.
RT @DurhamPolice: Your 2⃣ times as likely to die in a road collision if you're not wearing a seatbelt.
🚘 Drivers, make sure you and your…
Oct 14th 2021
Good luck to Course 168 who are climbing Scafell Pike today in full fire kit whilst carrying a casualty in memory o… https://t.co/nf2CCx1MN8
Oct 14th 2021