About the Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service | Oxfordshire County Council

About the Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service

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We provide emergency response and community safety information services for the citizens of Oxfordshire and those who visit or commute through the area. The Chief Fire Officer is Simon Furlong.

Our mission

  • To secure a safer community in Oxfordshire by reducing the incidence of fire through partnerships, education, advice and enforcement
  • To sustain a highly effective, efficient and economic fire and rescue service, with best value at its heart.

Charges for the service

No charge is made for attendance at fires and emergencies with genuine humanitarian risk, but charges are made for certain non-emergency, special services. These rates are subject to annual review. See our charges for this service 2017 (pdf format, 77 Kb).

Pages in this section

CRMP action plan

Details of the strategic direction for future fire and rescue provision in the county.

Customer service

How to send us feedback or make a complaint about the Fire and Rescue Service.

Fire stations

Find the location and postal address for your nearest fire station.

Wheatley fire station

Performance

National and local fire performance indicators.

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Public register

Register of information concerning the issue of prohibition, alteration and enforcement notices.

Water hydrants

How to report damaged, leaking or suspected illegal use of water hydrants.

365alive

Working everyday to save and improve the lives of people across Oxfordshire.

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Equality and inclusion

Equality and inclusion information from the fire service.

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