Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue is committed to engaging with the public in order to find out what is important to the residents of Lincolnshire.
Our mission is to make Lincolnshire a safer place to live, work and visit and by engaging with the public of Lincolnshire, we aim to make Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue one that truly reflects the needs of the communities we serve. We will do this by providing information about the Service to the public and offering people the opportunity to participate in decision making and priority setting, primarily through consultation exercises.
Consultation enables the service to:
- Have a more informed approach.
- Make better decisions.
- Meet the needs of the community.
- Satisfy more stringent Government consultation requirements.
- Raise public awareness of the Service’s increased responsibilities.
In particular, the Service will be seeking feedback about issues such as:
- Its performance standards.
- Major changes in the services it provides.
- Its vision for the Service in the year 2020.
- Its priorities for the coming years.
- Its plans to address equality and diversity issues.
Forthcoming consultation planned for 2012-13 will include our 2012-13 IRMP plans and proposed new station builds at Sleaford and Grantham.
If you would like to participate in consultation exercises you can either:
Telephone Mary Maggs on 01522 582274 or email email@example.com