Risk Based Evidence Profile
The Risk Based Evidence Profile is produced each year to provide Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service with a comprehensive understanding of risks facing the service. It includes a wide range of information about incidents responded to by the service along with information about high risk groups for fires and road traffic collisions. It also includes information about the number of incidents attended by each community fire station.
This information helps us to identify areas and groups of greatest risk so that we can target our activities effectively. In a time of increasing budgetary pressure, this information is important in making sure we make the best use of our resources, provide value for money and deliver effective services.
Within Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service we carry out various community initiatives to address these risks. This information helps to inform our Service Plan as well as shaping how and where these initiatives are targeted.
For more information about what we are doing to address these risks you might also be interested to view the Community Safety Service Plan 2013-16.
'Knowing Our Communities’ gives an overview of the work that we undertake in relation to key considerations, such as age, disability, rural isolation and poverty, race and faith and sex and sexual orientation.