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Always call 999 to report a fire or incident.
Don't send an email to report an incident.
Contact us for non emergencies
Search our 357 stations across Scotland. Find out where your nearest station is, and how to get in touch.
For any nonspecific enquiries that don't fall into any of of our other guides or contact forms
Contact our communications team about incidents, campaigns or other related business.
How to give feedback and say thanks
Use this service to report a faulty or damaged fire hydrant
Guide to our complaints process, who can complain, and how to make a complaint.
A guide to freedom of information and environmental information requests. Details on your right of access to information, how to request, and what to include.
The guide explains what data protection is, what a subject access request is, and how to request them.
This guide explains how to request a Incident Reports (IRS), and how to request a precognition the Officer In Charge.
This guide explains what is the re-use of public sector information regulations, how to make an application, and the complaints and review process
Answers to common questions
To report a fire or emergency, dial the emergency services, call 999. Provide them with the necessary details, including the location and nature of the emergency.