I was wondering if your department possesses detailed incident and mobilisation data from 2009/2010 to present such as that of the London Fire and Rescue Services Department (sample datasets attached for reference) that I may acquire for my research project.
For example, incident data including:
- Incident number
- Date of call
- Hour of call
- Incident group
- Special service type
- Property type
- Incident station ground
- Deployed from station
And mobilisation data including:
- Incident number
- Date and time mobilised
- Date and time mobile
- Date and time arrived
- Attendance time seconds
- Date and time left
- Deployed from station (name)
I am investigating flood impacts on emergency service provision to vulnerable populations under climate change. This includes how the emergency service provision varies throughout a flood event (for example, extended response times due to road inundation and evacuation traffic), hence my query about data availability. The study as a whole will be based on global-scale emergency service accessibility; however, a key chapter will be a regional assessment of emergency services in England so I am contacting all Fire and Rescue Service departments in the country regarding incident and mobilisation datasets.
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