Archive: Emergency Services
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A new report from the Institute of Alcohol Studies, Alcohol’s Impact on Emergency Services, reveals the full extent of the toll alcohol takes on emergency services in England.
Police, fire and ambulance services in England should share control rooms to improve their response to 999 calls, a Home Office minister has said.
In a new report launched today, the IET is calling for radical changes to the emergency ‘999’ call service to reflect the digital age, where more people are communicating by text or social media, rather than making a voice call.
This animation, from the Fire Brigades Union (FBU), calls for an end to cuts in funding for the fire and rescue service