Special Service Incidents attended by Fire and Rescue Service
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TitleSpecial Service Incidents by Fire and Rescue Authorities in Wales
Last updateJuly 2016
Next updateJuly 2017
Publishing organisationWelsh Government
Source 1Fire incident recording system, Home Office
Lowest level of geographical disaggregationFire and rescue authorities
Geographical coverageFire and rescue authorities
Languages coveredEnglish only
General descriptionTable shows numbers of Special Service Incidents (and the associated casualties) attended by Fire and Rescue Authorities in Wales. Data are shown by type of incident and Fire and Rescue Authority Area.
Source: Department for Communities and Local Government.
2009-10 data were extracted from IRS in May 2011.
2010-11 data were extracted from IRS in May 2012.
2011-12 data were extracted from IRS in May 2013.
2012-13 data were extracted from IRS in May 2014.
2013-14 were extracted in June 2015.
2014-15 and 2015-16 were extracted in July 2016.
2015-16 data are provisional and will be updated in July 2017.
Source: The Home Office
Data collection and calculationData were collected via the Incident Recording System (IRS).
Frequency of publicationAnnual
Data reference periodsFinancial years 2009-10 to 2015-16
Users, uses and contextThe data are used to inform policy decisions and to provide contextual information. The data is used by the Welsh Government to help monitor trends in incidents attended by FRAs over time and provides information on FRAs’ performance and activities to citizens and communities in Wales.
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Revisions informationRevisions are marked with an (r). The most recent year shown is currently provisional and may be revised when the table is next updated.
Statistical qualitySince 2009-10 data have been extracted from the Incident Recording System (IRS). This is a live system and consequently it is possible that data extracted at a different time may not match the figures in this table. For instance the data published in the Performance Indicator tables are extracted in July and so are unlikely to match exactly those presented here.
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