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Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service

Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service
Operational area
Country  England
County  Staffordshire
Agency overview
Established 1974 (1974)
Chief Fire Officer Peter Dartford
Facilities and equipment
Stations 31
Website
Official website

Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service is the statutory fire and rescue service responsible for fire protection, prevention, intervention and emergency rescue in the county of Staffordshire and unitary area of Stoke-on-Trent.

The brigade functions under the control of the Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Authority a joint-authority made up of councillors from several areas of the county.

Organisation

The service is run under the command of the Chief Fire Officer and an executive board, and provides emergency response from 33 strategically located fire stations, divided into three delivery groups:

  • Northern
  • Eastern
  • Western

Fire Stations/Appliances

Station Callsign Station Name Duty System Appliances
T11 Leek Day Crewed/Retained 1x RPL, 1x WrT, 1x L4T
T12 Longnor Retained 1x RRP
T14 Ipstones Retained 1x RRP
T15 Cheadle Retained 1x RPL, 1x WrC
T21 Newcastle Wholetime/Retained/Cross Crewed* 1x RPL, 1x WrT, 1x TRV, 1x WRU*, 1x WFU*, 1x IRU*
T22 Kidsgrove Retained 1x RPL
T31 Hanley Wholetime/Retained/Cross Crewed* 1x RPL, 1x WrT, 1x TRV, 1x PM* for 1x EDLU, 1x WSU, 1x MDD
T32 Burslem Retained/Cross Crewed* 1x WrT,
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