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Fire Minister visits Fire and Police HQ

28 September 2017

The Policing and Fire Minister Nick Hurd MP visited Lincolnshire today to meet police officers, fire staff and local councillors.

Visiting the shared Fire and Police HQ at Nettleham, Mr Hurd received a brief update on progress with the blue light collaboration project and the role of Lincolnshire’s retained duty system firefighters.

Cllr Nick Worth, Executive Member for Fire and Rescue at Lincolnshire County Council, said: “I was delighted to welcome the Minister to Lincolnshire to see the work our fire officers and firefighters have been doing in the county.

“The Service does an incredible job in keeping us all safe, so I’ve been taking the opportunity to highlight to the Minister what great work is happening in Lincolnshire and what an effective job our committed fire service staff do day in, day out.”

Chief Fire Officer, Nick Borrill, said: “I’m very proud of the work our staff undertake to ensure we can continue to meet the needs of the communities of Lincolnshire, and how we are working closer with our colleagues in the Police force and EMAS to co-locate, share best practice and work together more efficiently.”

Mr Hurd was interested in the county’s established collaborative schemes, including the co-responder service and the Joint Ambulance Conveyance Project.

Mr Hurd also spent time with Lincolnshire Police’s Chief Constable Bill Skelly, Police and Crime Commissioner Marc Jones.


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Last updated: 29 September 2017

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