You can make a freedom of information request in a number of ways. You can write, email or complete an online form. Find out about how to make a formal request and how we can help you.
The Service will provide reasonable advice and assistance to anyone making a request for information. Where information is requested which is not included on our Publication scheme then a written request by e-mail, post or our online form can be submitted. The Service will confirm in writing if the information requested is held by the Authority.
Your completed request will be acknowledged and processed within 20 working days and the information will be sent to you in the format and method in which you request it: subject to any exemptions or fee that may apply.
For advice and assistance please call the Freedom of Information Helpline on 01785 898658
Use the freedom of information online form to make your request.
E-mail your request to the Freedom of Information team – firstname.lastname@example.org
Post your information request to our HQ address:
Freedom of Information Team,
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service,
Alternatively you call into the Headquarters at Pirehill, Stone, ST15 0BS or call into your nearest fire station.
There are certain exemptions that may apply under the Freedom of Information Act, these may include:
This list is not exhaustive. The Service will confirm in writing whether the information is held and if an exemption applies, and the reasons as to why the information request is refused.
In most cases the information will be provided free of charge, however the Service reserves the right to charge for administering information requests that are not contained within the publication scheme, subject to the limits set by Government.