The Incident Activity Mapping Portal has been made available by Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service (DFRS) to inform local communities about incidents that DFRS have attended within their local area.
Visit the portal
The mapping portal displays information geographically and incidents that DFRS attended are displayed as coloured circles. Each circle marks the approximate location of where an incident has occurred. To ensure the privacy of individuals, incidents are mapped to a point on, or near, the street where it happened, rather than the actual location itself.
Whilst developing the Incident Activity Mapping Portal, DFRS has worked in partnership with Derbyshire Police and uses the same Neighbourhood Areas developed by Police.uk to provide a common theme.
Incidents are updated every three months. For example, the quarter 1st January to 31st March will be available on or after the 15th April. The period from the 1st to the 15th allows for incidents to be completed and checked by DFRS staff prior to publication.
The Incident Activity Mapping Portal can be accessed by clicking the link below or by entering www.incidentmapdfrs.co.uk directly into a web browser.
If you have any comments or questions about the Incident Activity Mapping Portal, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
How to use the portal
This is a playlist of 5 videos showing different ways of using the portal. Click the playlist button to see them all.
IAMP Neighbourhood Names
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The incident data displayed on this mapping system is from Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service and is for the Derbyshire area only.
Please be aware that any searches made relating to areas outside of Derbyshire will return a zero result.
Frequently asked questions
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Does the data include all Derbyshire Fire Service incidents
All incidents are returned for the area, date period and incident type selected. However, the data only includes incidents that have been completed and checked in the Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service Incident Recording System and therefore could ignore incidents that have yet to be checked and validated.
I am searching using my postcode, but no incidents are showing
Incidents will only be displayed if there were incidents in the date period selected. Additionally, whilst there might be incidents, the incident type filter could be on a category where there has been no incidents
I live close to the Derbyshire border and when I put in my postcode no incidents are displayed
All postcodes whose area is in Derbyshire are searchable on however; postcodes that are close to the Derbyshire border may not return any results if the postcode area is predominantly outside of Derbyshire
I put my town in the search, but I cannot see any incidents
For a town to be a valid search criteria, the town name has to appear in the name of the 95 neighbourhood `names` that have been used to create the areas. If an area outline is showing but there are no incidents displayed then there has been no incidents during the date period selected.