Policy paper

Fire and rescue national framework: 2016 progress report

Report by the Home Secretary on fire and rescue authorities’ compliance with the fire and rescue national framework for England.

Documents

Report by the Home Secretary on fire and rescue authorities’ progress with the fire and rescue national framework for England (web)

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Report by the Home Secretary on fire and rescue authorities’ progress with the fire and rescue national framework for England (print)

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Details

The Fire and Rescue Services Act 2004 requires the Home Secretary to report every 2 years on fire and rescue authorities’ compliance with the fire and rescue national framework for England.

The 2016 progress report outlines:

  • the extent to which fire and rescue authorities are complying with the framework
  • steps taken by the Home Secretary to make sure that fire and rescue authorities comply
Published 4 July 2016