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Fire chiefs pledge to 'learn and improve' after complaints and compliments set out

Fire chiefs pledge to 'learn and improve' after complaints and compliments set out

Tyne and Wear fire chiefs have revealed a report on compliments and complaints over the past year, with a pledge to continue to “learn and improve”. Deputy chief fire officer Peter Heath. At a recent meeting of Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Authority’s Governance Committee, an annual report was presented looking at...

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