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Statistical Bulletin: Crime and Justice Series: Fire Statistics Scotland, 2008-09 Final (2009-10 Provisional)

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Table 7: Outdoor fires by location 2008-09 - Fire and Rescue Service (1)(2)

Primary Outdoor Fires

Number

Secondary Outdoor Fires

Number

Year..............

Derelict buildings

Caravans

Railway rolling stock

Ships and boats

Outdoor storage

Outdoor machinery and equipment

Road vehicles

Derelict vehicles

Grassland, heathland etc.

Other

Primary Outdoor Fire Total

Derelict buildings

Grasslands

Intentional straw or stubble

Outdoor structure

Refuse, refuse containers

Derelict vehicle

Secondary Outdoor Fires Total

1999-00

13

183

1

16

249

342

6,078

-

149

209

7,239

1,581

5,742

165

816

19,882

1,228

29,414

2000-01

12

131

5

31

183

265

5,983

-

125

143

6,878

1,575

7,599

233

1,053

21,081

1,074

32,615

2001-02

14

126

5

64

292

337

5,651

-

156

267

6,911

1,690

7,974

101

854

23,587

1,253

35,459

2002-03 (3)

21

138

26

46

284

289

5,401

1

238

219

6,663

1,756

8,488

106

717

22,340

1,316

34,723

2003-04

11

115

3

31

211

344

4,921

-

229

247

6,112

1,868

13,489

130

788

24,837

1,069

42,181

2004-05

10

134

6

22

256

276

4,002

-

98

162

4,968

1,241

5,138

74

676

19,740

678

27,547

2005-06

11

124

6

38

214

296

3,868

-

116

133

4,806

1,184

6,936

403

1,048

21,444

539

31,554

2006-07

10

118

1

36

241

295

3,856

-

221

130

4,907

1,002

7,511

639

643

21,774

828

32,397

2007-08

3

85

2

35

239

279

3,064

-

155

168

4,030

942

4,940

1,499

703

22,010

291

30,385

2008-09

17

147

2

31

256

267

2,931

-

96

91

3,839

932

4,905

67

638

18,890

218

25,651

Notes:

(1) - including late call, heat and smoke damage only incidents

(2) - figures for primary outdoor fires are based on sample data weighted to Fire and Rescue Service level

(3) - does not include incidents that occurred during national industrial action in November 2002, January 2003 and February 2003