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Declarations of Interest
Questions from County Councillors
Any county councillor may, by giving notice to the Proper Officer by 9 am two working days before the meeting, ask a question on any matter in respect of the Cabinet Member’s delegated powers.
The number of questions which may be asked by any councillor at any one meeting is limited to two (or one question with notice and a supplementary question at the meeting) and the time for questions will be limited to 30 minutes in total. As with questions at Council, any questions which remain unanswered at the end of this item will receive a written response.
Questions submitted prior to the agenda being despatched are shown below and will be the subject of a response from the appropriate Cabinet Member or such other councillor or officer as is determined by the Cabinet Member, and shall not be the subject of further debate at this meeting. Questions received after the despatch of the agenda, but before the deadline, will be shown on the Schedule of Addenda circulated at the meeting, together with any written response which is available at that time.
Petitions and Public Address
This meeting will be held virtually in order to conform with current guidelines regarding social distancing. Normally requests to speak at this public meeting are required by 9 am on the day preceding the published date of the meeting. However, during the current situation and to facilitate these new arrangements we are asking that requests to speak are submitted by no later than 9am four working days before the meeting i.e. 9 am on Wednesday 14 April 2021. Requests to speak should be sent to email@example.com together with a written statement of your presentation to ensure that if the technology fails then your views can still be taken into account. A written copy of your statement can be provided no later than 9 am 2 working days before the meeting.
Where a meeting is held virtually and the addressee is unable to participate virtually their written submission will be accepted.
Written submissions should be no longer than 1 A4 sheet.
Oxfordshire Fire & Rescue Service's Community Risk Management Plan 2021/2022
Forward Plan Ref: 2020/128
Contact: Don Crook, Organisational Risk & Assurance Officer Tel: 07775 827259
Report by the Corporate Director Commercial Development, Assets and Investment
The Fire and Rescue Services Act 2004 requires the Secretary of State to prepare a Fire and Rescue National Framework to which Fire Authorities must have regard when discharging their functions. The 2018 Framework requires each Fire and Rescue Authority to produce a publicly available Integrated Risk Management Plan (IRMP). Within Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service (OFRS) we have called this our Community Risk Management Plan (CRMP) to make it more meaningful to the public. In April 2017 OFRS published the CRMP 5-year strategy for Oxfordshire, this will cover the period from 2017 to 2022.
Each year the fire authority creates an action plan which either proposes new projects and/or provides updates on ongoing projects to support the CRMP 5-year strategy. This report provides an update on the ongoing projects for 2021-22.
The Councillor with delegated responsibility for Oxfordshire County Council Fire & Rescue Service is RECOMMENDED to accept the continuation of the projects and adopt in the final version, the CRMP Action Plan 2021-22.