Last updated:
10 July 2017

About West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service

Find out about West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service and how we are performing.

West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service serves more than 800,000 residents.

Our main duties are: 

  • fire-fighting
  • protecting people and property from fire
  • promoting fire safety
  • rescuing people from road traffic collisions.

In an emergency always phone 999. For all other enquiries contact us.

To find out:

  • how we are currently performing view our latest performance data 
  • how we have performed in the last year in the areas of protection, prevention and emergency response read our annual report and statement of assurance
  • how we work closely with partners to reduce the number of people being killed or seriously injured on roads in West Sussex view our Road Safety Framework
  • about risk profiles in West Sussex and how we support communities through a combination of prevention, protection, and emergency response read our Community Risk Management Plan.

Our Critical Fire Risk Map also shows our target attendance times for each area of West Sussex.


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