Community Safety in the broadest sense is about reducing risks within communities. The risks to communities could be from, but are not limited to, crime, anti-social behaviour, vandalism, fire, terrorism etc.
There is currently one pathway at Intermediate Level within this framework for Community Fire Safety. The term Community Fire Safety covers all community safety activities that are the responsibility of Fire and Rescue Services. This could include, but is not limited to, road safety, home safety, fire prevention activities and any other Community Fire Safety activities.
Apprentices will work as a Community Safety Adviser/Advocate usually within a Fire and Rescue Service. People working in these roles engage with communities through various local and national initiatives.