Police, Fire and Crime Commission Public Meeting - Tuesday 29th September at 7pm.
Essex County Fire and Rescue Service (ECFRS) has outlined new ways of continuing its home fire safety and safe and well visits during the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. ECFRS visits around 8500 homes a year to fit and check smoke alarms, give fire and home safety advice and give support to the county’s most vulnerable residents. The … Continue reading Fire service outlines new style home safety visits during pandemic
Firefighters from Essex County Fire and Rescue Service will be joining NHS staff on the frontline, to support them in their efforts against the coronavirus pandemic.
Essex County Fire and Rescue Service and Essex Police have launched an online education hub to enable them to continue delivering safety lessons to children while schools are closed.
Roger Hirst, the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex and Essex Police’s Chief Constable BJ Harrington respond to your questions.
ECFRS are currently asking anyone who lives, works or travels in Essex to read our draft integrated risk management plan (IRMP) and let us know if they have any further comments, questions or views, ahead of publishing a final version.
Additional investment agreed for a further 151 police officers - a growth of 519 officers in three years
A fire crew attended an incident involving loose roofing on a building near Club Woodham, at South Woodham Ferrers, on Monday.
Do you have a question for Roger Hirst, the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex or Essex Police’s Chief Constable BJ Harrington?
Essex County Fire and Rescue Service is currently recruiting on-call firefighters at South Woodham Ferrers Fire Station.