Dear Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service,
Under a freedom of Information request, could you provide me with the
following information covering the period 2013 to 2018 (inclusive): -
1) Total number of attacks on Fire Crews, broken down per year?
2) Total number of attacks on Fire Crews involving Fireworks, broken down per year?
3) Total number of attacks on Fire Crews involving other means (paint, rocks, bottles, dogs etc), broken down per year?
4) Total number of attacks on Fire Crews by fireworks requiring Police intervention, broken down per year.
5) Total number of attacks on Fire Crews involving other means (paint, rocks, bottles, dogs etc) requiring Police intervention, broken down per year?
I am happy to receive the information as an excel or csv file and do my own analysis.
INFORMATION REQUEST – ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
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