Our Vision, Service Priorities and Values
Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service (DFRS) reviews its 'Vision, Service Priorities and Values' every three years as part of the Strategic Planning Process. This review incorporates feedback from internal and external consultations of the proposals, with a report submitted to the Governance and Performance Working Group and the Fire & Rescue Authority for their decision.
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Making Derbyshire a safer place to live, work and visit
Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service (DFRS) provides a wide range of services, often in partnership with others, to the people who live, work and visit the county and aims to achieve excellence in all it does.
The Service is available to respond to calls across Derbyshire every minute of every day and works hard to reduce the risks of fires, road traffic accidents and other incidents across the county through its activities.
The Service employs over 1,000 personnel and has a total of 31 fire stations based in strategic areas to cover the local area.
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