Page 8 - MF&RS Liverpool Community Safety Plan
P. 8

The Team

In the Liverpool District we have Our community fire stations are These specialist vehicles include 

10 stations and 29 specialist staffed by 300 firefighters and 48 a High Volume Pump, Urban 

appliances spread across our Watch Managers.
Search and Rescue modules 

stations in Kirkdale, Liverpool City and incident response units 

Centre, Kensington, Toxteth, Belle
We have a number of specialist which significantly enhance our 

appliances based within operational response and have 

Old Swan, Croxteth and the River Liverpool District.
been to numerous national 

Mersey Community Fire & Rescue incidents.

Station. Our emergency response These assets can attend incidents 

standards are amongst the very within Merseyside, regionally and 

best in the country. This is have the capability to attend 

achieved through dynamic incidents both nationally and 

mobilising via our Joint
internationally, if required.
“MF&RS is a key partner for us as a 

Control Centre.
Community Safety team within the 

city council. We work together on 
These appliances are staffed by 

personnel with expertise and everything from hate crime to 

equipment to deal with a number student safety.

of different incidents including – 

collapsed buildings, chemical Without this approach we would 

spills, mass decontamination, not collectively achieve the 

searching large areas, road successful outcomes that we do.”

traffic collisions, rescues from 

height, rescues from water, Councillor Emily Spurrell, Chair of 

flooding and chemical Citysafe, Liverpool’s statutory 

detection, amongst others.
Community Safety Partnership and 

Mayoral Lead on Community Safety.


   6   7   8   9   10