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Keeping safe

There has been an increase in the number of incidents the service attends. In 2017/18 it dealt with more than 6000 emergency calls which is a 20% rise on the previous year or 1052 more emergency calls. While there has been a rise in the number of fires and automatic fire alarm calls the most significant increase has been in the number of special service calls (including rescues, medical incidents, assisting other agencies, flooding and road traffic collisions).

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Cornwall Fire, Rescue and Community Safety (CFRCS) Service is responsible for a wide range of services that help make Cornwall safer. Our wide remit is delivered through a range of Prevention, Protection and Response services, which are explained in our Service Plan. 

CFRCS Service aim to reduce the number of preventable fires, fire and road related deaths and injuries in and outside the home in line with national targets, by promoting a greater awareness and improving attitudes towards community safety.

View the Community Risk and Reduction Strategy 2019-22

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Find out about our role in community safety which includes a range of information about crime prevention, domestic violence, hoarding, Cornwall Community Resilience Network, the public risk register and much more. 

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