Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service (NFRS) has now published its Community Risk Management Plan – which examines the risks the county may face and how the Service will use its resources to tackle them.
The Community Risk Management Plan (CRMP) lasts for the period between 2022 and 2025 and is one of three key documents which provide strategic direction for the Fire Service, alongside the Commissioner’s Police, Fire and Crime Plan and Fire25, which is the Chief Fire Officer’s vision for the Service until 2025.
The CRMP has three major projects that form a key focus over the next three years. These are:
The Green Agenda – ensuring that NFRS considers environmental risks such as flooding and wildfires, while also attempting to become greener itself through a more efficient estate and vehicles within its fleet
Digital and technological – updating our systems to drive change in how we share our information and become a truly evidence driven organisation through data
Emergency cover review – taking a detailed look at how we manage our resources to respond to calls and incidents
You can read the Community Risk Management Plan 2022-2025 here.