West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service
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The West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service is the statutory fire and rescue service for the administrative county of West Sussex, England. It is part of West Sussex County Council. As of March 2018[update], the county has 25 fire stations.
|Chief Fire Officer||Sabrina Cohen-Hatton|
|Facilities and equipment|
The service has 25 fire stations, which are operated according to the following crewing systems:
- Wholetime – full-time firefighters are at the station 24/7 and run on watches which change every 12 hours
- Retained – on-call retained firefighters are called to the station via pagers. Therefore, they are not always on station
- Day-manned – full-time firefighters are in the station during the day but not the night
The list below shows each station together with its number and crewing system.
|Station number||Station name||Duty system|
|44||Bognor Regis||Wholetime / Retained|
|61||Burgess Hill||Day-manned / Retained|
|42||Chichester||Wholetime / Retained|
|64||East Grinstead||Day-manned / Retained|
|62||Haywards Heath||Day-manned / Retained|
|59||Horley Training Centre)||N/A|
|53||Horsham||Wholetime / Retained|
|47||Littlehampton||Wholetime / Retained|
|57||Shoreham||Day-manned / Retained|
|51||Worthing||Wholetime / Retained|
Other West Sussex emergency servicesEdit
- "Fire station". West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service. Retrieved 3 May 2021.
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