Service Plan

The Cornwall Fire, Rescue and Community Safety (CFRCS) Service is part of Cornwall Council and sits within the Resilient Cornwall Service of the Council. Resilient Cornwall also includes Community Safety, Resilience and Emergency Management and Localism.

We use the breadth of skills experience and resources across Resilient Cornwall to help make Cornwall safer, ensuring the health, safety and wellbeing of people, places and the environment, as well as responding to fires and other emergencies.

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We have developed the Resilient Cornwall Service Plan, which supports the Cornwall Council Business Plan and shows how we work collectively to deliver a number of plans that we work to across the service, These, and how they are linked is shown below.

 

The Resilient Cornwall Service Plan brings together the work of a variety of functional teams that cover a diverse range of activities from fire fighting, emergency planning, road safety, domestic violence, antisocial behaviour, alcohol and drug use. 

The links to our other plans are below:

In previous years, we have incorporated all activities for Resilient Cornwall, including the Integrated Risk Management Plan (IRMP) into our Resilient Cornwall Service Plan, but recognise that this makes for a very large and complex plan. This is why we have decided to keep these strategic documents separate, to make it clearer what each element of our service is working towards and make it clearer how this comes together under the Resilient Cornwall Service.

Each year we also create an end of year report to assess progress against our plans, to understand where we are now and where we want to be in the future. The report both celebrates and challenges our performance to date and informs our future. The End of Year Report for the Resilient Cornwall Service Plan 2018-19 will be published here in due course. This will be our assessment against the Resilient Cornwall Service Plan - 2018-19.