Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service

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Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service
Coverage
Area Gloucestershire
Size 2,653 km2 (1,024 sq mi)
Population 650,400
Operations
HQ Quedgeley
Staff circa. 600
Stations 22
Co-responder YES
Chief Fire Officer Stewart Edgar QFSM MBA PgDip Chartered FCIPD CMgr FCMI FIoD FIFireE
Deputy Chief Fire Officer Andrew Hermiston MBA PgDip Chartered MCIPD
Fire authority Gloucestershire County Council FRA
Website Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service

The Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service is the statutory emergency fire and rescue service for the county of Gloucestershire, England. The service is run by Gloucestershire County Council.

The Chief Fire Officer is Stewart Edgar QFSM.

Their headquarters are located at the TriService Emergency Centre in Quedgeley, near Gloucester. Also operating from there is Gloucestershire Constabulary and South West Ambulance Service Trust.

Stations as of January 2013[edit]

Full-Time[edit]

Station 5 Gloucester South, Rescue Pump(Wholetime), Landrover, Rescue Boat, National Response Boat.

Station 7 Stroud, Rescue Pump(Wholetime), Fire Engine (Retained), Damage Control Unit (Retained), Restricted Access Pump, Environmental Protection Unit

Station 11 Gloucester North, Rescue Pump(Wholetime), Aerial Appliance(Wholetime/Retained), Special Incident Support Unit(Wholetime), Fire Engine(Retained)

Station 12 Cheltenham East, Rescue Pump(Wholetime), Bronto Aerial Appliance(Wholetime), Fire Engine (Retained), Water and Foam Carrier (Retained), Command & Control Unit(ELS compliant).

Station 13 Cheltenham West, Rescue Pump(Wholetime), Incident Response Unit

Day Crew/Retained[edit]

21 Cirencester, Rescue Pump, Fire Engine (Retained), Indecent Response Unit (Retained), High Volume Pump (Retained).

Retained[edit]

1 Lydney, Fire Engine, Fire Engine, Cliff Rescue, Co-responder.

2 Coleford, Rescue Pump, Fire Engine, Cliff Rescue, Co-responder.

3 Cinderford, Fire Engine, Fire Engine.

4 Newent, Fire Engine, Co-responder.

6 Painswick, Fire Engine.

8 Nailsworth, Fire Engine, Restricted Access Fire Engine.

9 Wotton-under-Edge, Fire Engine, Co-responder.

10 Dursley, Fire Engine, Fire Engine, Co-responder.

14 Tewkesbury, (Gloucestershire Water Rescue Centre), Rescue Pump, Fire Engine, Landrover with Rescue Boat.

15 Winchcombe, Fire Engine.

16 Chipping Camden, Fire Engine, Breathing Apparatus Unit, Co-responder.

17 Moreton-in-Marsh, Fire Engine, Welfare Unit

18 Stow-on-the-Wold, Rescue Pump, Restricted Access Fire Engine.

19 Northleach, Fire Engine.

20 Fairford, Fire Engine.

22 Tetbury, Fire Engine, Co-responder, Incident Support Unit.

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