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Shared Facilities

In March 2015, the Hayle Emergency Services Community Station opened and was the first in Cornwall to co-locate fire and rescue, police and ambulance to improve partnership working and integration between these services. This new station was also where the first ever Tri-Service Officer role was piloted. 

After the success of the Tri-Service Station at Hayle, in January 2016, Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service and South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SWASFT) worked together on a project which would provide joint benefits including; shared building costs, better partnership working, better use of shared resources and a more efficient emergency response for the community in Truro.

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In September 2016, the new shared facilities was launched at Truro Community Fire Station and now allows SWASFT to provide an emergency response from the station.

This is part of a wider programme of work between blue light organisations to deliver collaborative projects throughout Cornwall.

Shared facilities mean even stronger partnership working between Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service and other emergency services in Cornwall.

Further information on other projects will be added here shortly.