South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue
South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue is the statutory fire and rescue service for the area of South Yorkshire, England. The service covers the areas of Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotherham and Sheffield. In 2020, Alex Johnson was appointed its Chief Fire Officer.
|Chief Fire Officer||Alex Johnson|
|Facilities and equipment|
Currently the service operates 21 fire stations across the county, which are staffed on a wholetime basis, wholetime and day-crewed, wholetime and retained, or retained-only. with the remaining four staffed by on-call retained firefighters. The stations, crewing systems, and appliances, which are grouped into four districts, are listed in the table below:
|District||Station Name||Duty System||Appliances|
|Barnsley||Barnsley||Wholetime / Day-crewed||2 x Pumps|
|Barnsley||Cudworth||Wholetime / Retained||Pump & Small Incident Unit|
|Doncaster||Doncaster||Wholetime||2 x Pump & 1 x Aerial|
|Doncaster||Rossington||Retained||Pump & Small Incident Unit|
|Rotherham||Dearne||Wholetime / Retained||2 x Pump|
|Rotherham||Rotherham||Wholetime / Day-crewed||2 x Pump|
|Sheffield||Birley Moor||Wholetime / Retained||2 x Pump|
|Sheffield||Parkway||Wholetime||Pump & Aerial|
|Sheffield||Sheffield Central||Wholetime||2 x Pump|
- "Integrated Risk Management Plan 2021 to 2024". South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue. Retrieved 4 April 2021.
- Mills, Alex (15 November 2019). "Alex Johnson appointed South Yorkshire's Chief Fire Officer". South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue. Retrieved 12 March 2020.
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