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Fire prevention & protection statistics, England, April 2019 to March 2020
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Fire prevention & protection statistics, England, April 2019 to March 2020

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ISBN
9781839721281
Author
Home Office
Published by
Dandy Booksellers Ltd
Publication Date
4 November 2020
Edition
2020
Publisher's Ref
Statistical Bulletin 24/20
Format
Paperback
Extent
20 pages
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)

This release contains statistics from administrative sources about prevention and protection activities carried out by fire and rescue services (FRSs) in England.

Fire and rescue services (FRSs) undertake prevention activities which provide information and advice and aim to encourage fire safety behaviours, educate people on the steps to be taken to prevent the occurrence of a fire and increase the survivability when involved in a fire. This section focuses on Home Fire Safety Checks (HFSCs, also known as Home Fire Risk Checks) and smoke alarm ownership.

Key results
  • In 2019/20, FRSs and their partners completed 581,917 HFSCs. This was three per cent fewer than the previous year (597,656 in 2018/19) and four per cent fewer than five years previously (609,261 in 2014/15).
  • In 2019/20, FRSs and their partners completed 321,437 HFSCs targeted at people aged 65 and over. This was eight per cent fewer than the previous year (349,792 in 2018/19) but 32 per cent greater than five years previously (243,136 in 2014/15).
  • In 2019/20, FRSs and their partners completed 168,485 HFSCs targeted at disabled people. This was two per cent fewer than the previous year (172,087 in 2018/19) but 46 per cent greater than five years previously (115,347 in 2014/15).
  • The latest available data show that in 2018/19, 91 per cent of households owned a working smoke alarm, a one percentage point increase since 2017/18, a three percentage points increase since 2013/14 (88 per cent in 2013/14) and an increase of 15 percentage points since 2001 (the earliest date for which these data are available).
 



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