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Derbyshire And Nottinghamshire Fire And Rescue Services To Celebrate International Control Room Week

From 21-27 October 2019, both Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Services will celebrate the work of its control room staff as part of International Control...


Business Safety Week 2019

The campaign runs from 9th - 15th September aims to provide those who are with responsibility for businesses and public buildings with information and advice to reduce...


Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service Celebrate Long Service And Good Conduct Of Employees

On Thursday 5 September 2019, Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service held its annual awards ceremony at the Proact Stadium, Chesterfield, honouring 24 individuals who have...


Retiring Chief Fire Officer Terry McDermott Hands Over To New Chief Fire Officer, Gavin Tomlinson

Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service is today saying goodbye to retiring Chief Fire Officer/Chief Executive Terry McDermott. Terry joined the fire and rescue service in...


Barn Fire - No Mans Lane

  Firefighters are currently dealing with a barn fire on No Mans Lane in Sandiacre.  Firefighters from Ascot Drive, Ilkeston, Long Eaton, Nottingham Road, Castle...


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Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service in the News

Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service is an organisation that is constantly in the news, whether it is about the latest incident that firefighters have attended or for its work in the local community. Keeping the media, public and partners up to date with the latest news about incidents and community safety initiatives is vital.

The Service works closely with the media on highlighting and promoting the work it carries out. This is done through the regular issue of press releases, the organisation of photo calls and working with the media on features and interviews. Information about incidents for the media is provided through a Voicebank service.

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